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THE OHIO COUNTY TIMES, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, AUGUST 28, 1975 4 JACK ANDERSON'S Washington Merry-Go-Round With Joe Spear WASHINGTON -- Sources close to George Wallace have told us it is a virtual certainty that the Alabama Governor will make a run for the presidency as a third- party candidate. He is geared up and raring to go, these insiders claim. Only a severe physical setback would keep him out of the 1976 Presidential sweepstakes. Wallace will make an appearance at the Democratic convention, say our sources, and attempt to win the nomination. He might even accept the number-two spot. But he fully realizes his chances of winning are remote. Therefore he will take full advantage of the Democratic spotlight, posing throughout the convention as the hero of the "common man" opposed by the "party bosses." Then he will announce he is forming a third- party ticket. Political experts who have been watching the Wallace effort closely say he will run a strong race. Wallace himself is said to be showing confidence. Regular party leaders have been courting him assiduously, and this, he believes, has given him a new respectability. He also feels he will win a large sympathy vote because of his brush with death at the hands of a would-be assassin. He sees himself as another Franklin i:i:!:i: " :i:i:i:i Paul Harvey Ne :::= :::::::: d' ' :'.::':'. .:.':;;: 00i00i!iii WS :::: :.':.'..': iiiiiiil ...,,... iiiii::::i One Lost Sheep At A Time iiiii:::::: ....%., !?i:i: :.:.:..' ::::::: ::!iiii:: :::::::: ./.... .:.:.:. Whether it's fact or legend, no story explains the In Chicago the Salvation Army serves some :::::.: iiiiiii Salvation Army better than the following: human need every II seconds around the clock. ::::::: ::iiiii:: The daughter of the Army's founder, Evangeline This larger "dormitory" will further accelerate iiiiiii i !ii!iii Booth, was on her knees scrubbing the floor in a that. iiiiii! :i:!:!: London mission for derelicts and drunks, when a i::iiiii i:i:i:i: visitor said, "I wouldn't do that for a million A pragmatist is constantly confounded by the :::2: Mii dollars." way the Salvation Army squeezes so much more iii!iii -.-.-. And she is said to have said, "Neither would I." good out of a dollar than any bureaucracy can. ::ii::::i! !!!!::!! Most of us, because we cannot rescue all the There is a dimension to the dedication of the Army iii!ii! ":':':" which defies analysis. .:.:-:. ::i::i::i!: world's hungry, homeless and hapless, look the .:.:.:. .... ii::i::ii other way. In this awful backyara of Chicago the other ::::::: The Salvation Army finds and tends the lost sheep evening, I asked such questions as "But won't they iii!i! :::::::: --one at a time. wreck the place?" and "Won't they run away !iiiiii iiiii!ii i "Inner city" is the name now for what we used to again?" iiiii::i iiiiiii call "slum." Meanwhile, the bright eyes under the bonnets iiiiii! In Chicago there is more than one. We learn to were remembering the many uplifted souls and :!:i:i:! detour around them, try to ignor them. anticipating their next victory, iiiiiiii iiii! In one, the Salvation Army is building an ex- Maybe that's it: Where government tries mass !iii::::! panded facility for runaway girls. The other night, rehabilitation and fails so conspicuously, the Army ii!ii!ii with a Salvation Army captain and his wife, Angel feeds the hearts and bellies of the multitude - in- :i:i:i:i and I visited this facility, dividually. :::::::: I am always awed by the pleasant, calm And so, unarmed, God's Army walks in peace :.:.:.:. ii!i!iii demeanor of Salvation Army officers and troops, where policemen fear to go alone and where most of :::::::: but never more so than that night when I saw that us refuse to go at all. :!:i:!:i uniform inspire dignity in the ghetto. And with such joy! ::!iiiii Seven carloads of police were subduing a gang C.S. Lewis once said, "How little people know iiii!!i fight on the street outside. Inside, these gentle who think that holiness is dull. When one meets the ...o.... :::::::: iiiiiii ::::::1: ,.o.... .,...o.. ..%%., iiiiiii !:!:i:i: Roosevelt, who won elections in a wheelchair. The Democratic Party chiefs, on the other hand, think Wallace's poor health will work against him. Roosevelt, our sources point out, had to deal only with radio. Wallace, they feel, will be unable to hide his helplessness from the television cameras. President Ford, meanwhile, is more worried about Wallace than any of his other opponents. White House sources say the President fears the Alabama Governor would attract thousands of blue-collar workers who would otherwise vote for the Ford ticket. Testing Detente: The crisis in Portugal could well become the first real test of detente between Russia and the United States. Portugal is virtually in a state of civil war. The military junta, in cahoots with the Portuguese Com- munist party, would like to establish a Communist state. The Portuguese people, on the other hand, are largely Catholic and conservative. In elections last April, only 125 per cent of the voters supported the Communists. In recent weeks, the supporters of democracy have burned Communist offices. All of this leaves Moscow in a quandary. The Por- tuguese Communist organization is the most pro-Soviet party in western Europe. The Kremlin, therefore, would like to see the Portuguese comrades take over Lisbon. However, the Soviets are pursuing a policy of relaxation with the West. They just signed a document in Helsinki which promised peaceful cooperation with the United States, Canada and western Europe. What, then, will the Soviets do in Portugal? American intelligence analysts believe the Kremlin has worked out a two-track policy. For the record, they are keeping hands off in Portugal. Stories leaked out of the Kremlin suggest the Russians have told the Por- tuguese Communists to cool their revolutionary ardor. But behind the scenes, the KGB and Cuban Com- munists are quietly working in Lisbon to help their Portuguese colleagues. Helping Hand: The Federal ElectionJ created in the wake of Watergate to campaign laws, has given the green light congressmen to amass large slush practices are formally forbidden. The commission recently sent proposed regulations that would open to secret little accounts some legislators for travel, newsletters, and the like. At the same time, the commission the lawmakers not to make any until the regulations become effective. To some congressmen, that is an open it while they can. P/'isoner Swap? : cuban Premier Fidel expressed an interest in the four Puerto who shot up the House of The Puerto Rican assailants are still United States. Castro's concern for the conversations with Sen. George McGovern,  traveled to Cuba. On behalf of the State Department, Castro to release eight American now in Cuban jails. According to our these men are CIA agents and veterans invasion. In response to McGovern's inquiries, swap his prisoners for the four Puerto The State Department has given no sign it is , such a deal. A Fidel Funny: The McGovern and the Cuban premier c, ense of humor. When McGovern asked the eight Americans, Castro "You want all of "Yes," replied a puzzled McGovern. "Well," the Bearded One responded, them to you, what will I have leR when comes?" Tom Anderson's To listen to our politicians one would think that government has the answer to all of our problems. We have come from a do-it-yourself nation to Let-Big- Brother-do-it nation. Just ask and it shall be given, which reminds me of the fiery fundamentalist preacher who was holding forth on the damnation to be visited on sinners on Judgement Day. "There will be great weeping, wailing, and gnashing of teeth!" "But preacher," interjected a sweet little old lady, "what if we don't have any teeth?" i::iii::ii Salvationists, unalarmed by the sirens and the real thing it is irresistible. If even 10 per cent of the ii!!!iii shouts prepared with enthusiasm for their in- world's population had it, would not the whole world ':':':': creased opportunity to be:o[ help .....  be ,converted -- and happy -- before the year's end?" iliiiii * * ........ "teeth will be provided!"he roared. .... Big Brother is providing. Though many people fail to iiiiiii comprehend it Big Brother has provided our inflation, -..,... :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: which is bound to get much worse. Without admitting who and what caused it, some politicians now concede Taylor that inflation is Public Enemy Number One. Henry J Since inflation is too much money chasing too few goods, and since government alone has the authorization t to print money, doesn't that mean that government is Public Enemy Number one? Last year the pols and bureauleeches told us the in- flation rate was 5 per cent or 6 per cent and now it has on national and international affairs been revealed that the actual inflation rate is 14.4 per cent. And the "real" Gross National Product plunged 9.1 per cent in the same period. The government gives us In Switzerland it takes 12 years for a foreigner to to Padua, as Chaucer records. Leonardo da Vinci reveled two sets of figures. The "real" means adjusted for in- become a citizen (the, are limited to 8,000 a year) and in Switzerland's blue lakes - mirrors of the Alps -- and flation. The government keeps 2 sets of books just like were you and I ther$ today, we would hear a great early in the Renaissance Hans Holbein made his mark in any ordinary embezzler. As the wise old farmer said: symphony of echoing bells and see bonfires lit on the tall Basel. Voltaire lived in Fernay, Rousseau on the Lake of "It's not what you git, it's what you git gits." Hitler gave peaks, flickering like fireflies. Bien and Balzac's romantic shades fall on the quay .- a his people bread mixed with sawdust which tasted projected rock, to be exact - at Neuchatel. delicious. That way they could die with full bellies. The Swiss are celebrating their Independence Day. Geneva's beautiful 16th centuryCity Hall is in the Old In the German inflation of the early 20's, the inflation Do we realize that there is even a touch of Switzerland City. Go to its "Alabama Room." The Confederacy's rate reached 322 per cent per month. The Mark was in our Washington Monument with the Swiss message "Alabama," built and armed in England, sank 67 Yankee devalued 750 times in 1 year and workers were paid twice "To the memory of Washington?" ships before sunk. After the war the U.S. government each day so their wives could rush to the grocery with a When the great spire was being erected, the Swiss sued England. In the "Alabama Room" we won a $151/ basket full of money, to beat the next price increase. Confederation sent a beautifully polished granite block million award. A plowshare beaten from the swords of Haircuts went from 3 Marks to 3 trillion Marks in 2 six feet long and four feet wide to be imbedded in it. It's American officers killed in our Civil War hangs there, years, and the stock market lost S3 per cent of its actual there. Switzerland also prepared a sandstone fragment In 1864, native-bern Jean Henri Dunant, anguished by value in the same period. inscribed: "This block of stone is from the original the 1859 Solferino battlefield horrors, also used what is In Bolivia in 1956, prices went up to 233 times their chapel built by William Tell in 1338, Lake Lucerne." now the "Alabama Room." He called an international normal level in just 1 year. But the Historical Society of Switzerland exploded as if conference there. This produced Geneva Convention for In Hungary in 1945 -- 1946, the rate of inflation reached Straight T 19,600 per cent per month and a loaf of one third Pengo to 1 trillion Pengos in There is nothing new or flation. "Those who will not learn from history arci repeat it." Dr. Hans Sennholz, Professor of Chairman of the Economics Department College, pointed out that in Ford's office, the money supply rose 6.1 per cent annual rate. Dr. Sennholz says that we will have 3 flation: 1. SINGLE DIGIT INFLATION from 2. DOUBLE DIGIT INFLATION from 1979 and he predicts that the percent to 80 per cent of their life's second stage. 3. TRIPLE DIGIT (yes, over 100 per INFLATION beginning approximately the complete destruction of our currenCY. Dr. Harry Schultz, a world predicts that all nations will revalue of 1975 and the Dollar will lose 50 per value in the next 18 months. "International Moneyline" predicts will fall to 25 per cent of its present of 75 per cent in 2 years). A $10,000.00 tificate of deposit bought today would $2,500.00 in purchasing power by 1977. So what can we do? 1. We must drastically reduce the size government -- federal state, and local. 2. We must get on a pay-as-we-go systematic retirement of our 3. We must stop the Federal Reserve money presses and relentlessly w of the money already issued. 4. Wemust again tie our money to gold, silCg' precious metals, 5. We must dismantle our Welfare work, and once-again out-produce the the mountains were split and the Swiss refused to send that block -- on the grounds that William Tell never existed. The nation's history is never tampered with in that lovely land. Its spirit of independence remains manifest today. Switzerland maintains the largest ready army in all Western Europe - 620,000 fully trained men, backed by 490 jets. You are also in nature's earliest known birdiand. Evolved from reptilian stock about 150 million years ago, the Archaeoptery, the earliest known bird, is plainly shown in Bavarian Jurassic lithographic limestone. The Alps are relatively new; much younger, for example than the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. And, like all mountains, they are always changing - old ones wearing down, flat lands rising to form new mountains. It's nature's use of pressure, water and ice as cutting tools to keep our earth in balance -- obediently, as if tapped by a wand. Important? Should our globe wobble off its axis at all, a 50-foot tidal wave from the oceans would engulf every continent. The lake dwellers of Lucerne, secure in their cliffs, were there in 5,000 B.C. - about the time Egypt's pyramids were being built and the Hanging Gardens were being landscaped in Babylon. And even before the year 1000 the monks of St. Gall started creating works of art. Europe's Dark Ages, lasting 700 years between the 5th and 12th centuries, found civilization preserved largely through monastery parchments. The University of Basel's vaults hold probably the world's greatt collection. They also hold the priceless papers of Erasmus of Rotterdam who lived in Basel's medieval labyrinth of twisting, narrow streets. Chaucer relied for his ]fie on the hospice established by Saint Bernard of Menthon when traveling across the Alpt the treatment of war prisoners and established the In- ternational Red Cross. Its motto is "I am with the wounded" and its emblem is Switzerland's flag in reverse. Then in 1919 Col. Edward M. House, representing President Woodrow Wilson, conferred in the "Alabama Room" with two British delegates for the founding of the League of Nations. A powerful assembly of high mountains and in- dependent-minded people is inextricably knotted in Switzerland; an inspiring harmony of good judgment, humaneness, valor and individual self-reliance. In- dependence Day pays its own honor to the nation and the Swiss. Published every Thursday by Mrs. Andy Anderson doing business as o00,o 00o0000.TIME S Your Picture Newspaper Entered as second class matter at the Post Office in Hartford, Kentucky, 42347. Mrs. Andy Anderson, Publisher Dave McBride, Editor SUBSCRIPTION RATES Ohio County .............................................. $3.00 Adjoining Counties ............... . ........ -...i( ....... :$3.00 Elsewhere in Kentucky ......................... . .... $4.00 Elsewhere in United States ....................... $5.00 Servicemen (anywhere) ........................... ...$2.00 Question Box It will scarcely be news to anyone that denim and blue jeans have been the big deal among consumers of high school and college age for years. But it may be news to a good many people that denim has become a high-fashion item to the extent that this year big-city stores are ad- vertising fall suits for both men and women, beautifully tailored, of good old indigo blue denim. On top of that, a new wave of the future has struck our smart young people who, without much fanfare, have turned totally around in their attitudes as to what kind of denims and pants, etc., they really want these days. If you are still thinking that teen-agers and college youths prefer ragged, torn, wrinkled and faded blue jeans, let me clue you in on an excellent study recently made by Gilbert Youth Research. The interviewers talked with 2,354 young people bet- ween the ages of 14 and 25. There were 1,123 females and 1,231 males in this cross-section of a probability sample. Some were high school students, some college students, and 538 of them were drop-outs, or had finished their education, etc. They were living in the Northeast part of the United States, and the North Central, the South, and the West. Both white and nonwhite representatives were involved. So it is fair to say the study showed a reasonably accurate picture of the whole country. The results may surprise you. When asked which they preferred, stiff and board-like denim cotton jeans, or jeans after they have been softened by several washings, 93.8 said they preferred them soft -- after washings. Then, they were asked, if you could get new jeans that felt soft as they do after several washings, would you be interested in being able to buy these? Yes, said 81.9 per cent, and only 11.8 per cent said they 6.2 per cent preferred the stiff fabriC. A similar question was put to them puckered jeans, and whether they left them wrinkled. Asnwers were between those who ironed and those But asked if they would be would stay "ironed" without said "yes." Then came the question become a "fact" of retailing that jeans to shrink, and to go on But when asked if they would like it buy 100 per cent cotton jeans that fit, the way they would like and never "yes," 8.1 said they liked the they have no shrinkage and are performance. The conclusions one would draw that times have certainly changed. checking myself, I have found trend among young people to feel that dirty is old-hat, and that those who are want their clothes, especiall] The question, then, is - can the retailing industries meet this In the February, 1975 issue of published by the National columnist E, B. Weiss said, "Note are being upgraded in styling and fashions now subject ,to change remarkable when one recalls that 'de rigeur' for at least five years."