INTERNATIONAL: Too Correct Adolf

"It is matter for regret that Herr Hitler is a man of such chilly personal correctitude!" the House of Commons was told in an impassioned speech last week by warm, beef-eating, virile Commander Oliver Stillingfleet Locker-Lampson, M. P., Conservative. "If he would smoke, eat and drink, Hitler might be more human and less dangerous. He might, like other dictators, be more anxious to take another person's concubine rather than their country! Instead, he is a great big bully in Europe."

This novel argument the Commander used in presenting to the House a bill to confer Palestine citizenship upon "oppressed European...

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