If you are in the historic district of Charleston, South Carolina, a little after seven o'clock in the morning, you will see a 75-year-old man with a plastic grocery bag. If you follow him for his two-mile walk you will see him picking up the trash the people have littered the streets with the night before. You will find it hard to believe that the volunteer litter gatherer is one of the most widely read columnists in America, James J. Kilpatrick. His column is in scores of newspapers. He is considered an authority on the English language. He is financially secure. But he does not think it beneath him to clean up the streets of his beloved city. How often people of lesser stature will not bend down to do the work that needs to be done.