THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
Students Stage Second
Radio Forum On U. S. Aid
To China Or Germany
SPY PROBERS EXAMINE MICROFILM
1 .second of a series of open
ioiuiii.- was conducted by the Tally
Ho Club of the hiyh school, out
Vlti'C. last Wednesday -.light.
Of ihe six students parlit-ipatiivj.
;wo argued that Germany should
be given first consideration in the
iid program of America, while four
f?'d first consideration should b.1
g.en to China
The third of a series will be
gien .it eight o'clock Wednesd.i-.
ever WUCC. Miss Alma Jackson
i faculty advisor, and Frank
Kruiui di-cusses ihe suhjects with
Germany is a divided country to
day Willi the Kussians setting up
u so-called puppet government, and
1 unn.i; the people out of the cits
hail and the people setting up a
tcnimiem of their own. there i
uiw ays iiiisunderslandiny. Here is
the pictuie: Germany is a ooun
II ;. oi one people, two Germanys.
Ei-.a no leader.
You know it has been said that
3 doi illicit bite its master, but
ar;ei wards .become his best friend
Such is the case with Germany.
Germany has wealth in lesources.
couiiiiei i e. and agriiultuiv. We
must help t belli to establish lliein-s-its
inid become an independent
ounli y .
it v.e do this, in Ihe eei;t all
ot her -i I sbould come. Ine would
HO eluiitjt t i fc! 1 1 1 w it h Us.
"'Help your enemies'' s;,ii! tin
greatest teacher Ihe world h,,s o rr
kiiovn Sendiiii! aid to Germany
ppeais to be exactly that Hut i;
l- more than just an act of brother
hood Todav we are faced with the
problem nf prexentint; ihe spread
ot communism, a Broil thre.ii to
our "American way of life ami
JJeainoi .icy ."
The Germans are anNniellmeni
race: they have high morals and
mam well trained cilien- and. as
a leceni elec-tion in Herlin has
, shown, they are opposed to cum
- n.unlsm. With our aid. thru econ
omy can he stabilized and a new
fi ami more democratic iZc i el nmert
set up sooner
.j. "Should we help I hem now. with
then strategic position in Kurope
in danger If communism gets a
: stioiighold there the future of the
enlire w. stei n hemisphere will be
in yicairi i'c-ril of an invasion!
liiiled Stales should aid
China n'sle.ul ot Kurope because
ii ih:s .j.,.,. she is in the most
.niH-.il s it nai mil. She lacks money
a I'd supplies wi,h which to drive
mi "e Conmiiinisis: practically
all iiuliis-.' it s and homes have been
des'.ii.yi'l Many people have been
killed, and 'iiai; more have died
i! diseases in China's many years
! inil war and war with Japan,
(lie cillur countries of southeast
si.i an- vieak and diided and
v.ou'c! be e as iclims of the Com
munists if tiny eot conlrol of Chi
na. It Anu-i ica does not give aid to
China she will be endangering her
posp.ioti in the- South Pacific as
well as here at home.
Although the Kurcipean people
.no lunula certain hafdships. they
hae some industries and can raise
some of their own food. At least
l hey can use the ir energy for peace
lime purpose's while the Chinese
must use theirs lor war and de
struction of their own country.
With our soldiers in Germany we
can not only help Ihe people of
Mes.eru Kurope to prevent the
spiead of Communism, but we
ii hi 11 take eare of any open con
fin 1 as well. Therefore . China
needs otii aid at this time more
than Kurope clois.
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CHIEF INVESTIGATOR of the House Un-American Activities Committee
Robert Stripling (left) and Rep. Richard M. Nixon, committee member,
examine some microfilmed documents discovered on the Maryland farm
of ex-Communist Whittaker Chambers. Nixon returned to Washington
In a dramatic flight from a ship in the Caribbean, (International)
Local Student Participates
In Mock Trial At Carolina
JAMES McJl NKI
Communism and its followers
are the ure -at est threats to our wav
!.iiss;, has -in e -ceded in cngulf
i'8. alte r alio', her. the free
lounlrii-s oi die w oriel- destroying
ior ihreail of personal freedom
l!n s,. people have ever had.
I' i - oiu duty . as the one anti
i a inir.unistie ci in lit ry remaining, to
icsist th,.e iiiissian jidvanccs. The
l;-i.'l and -M cau-st yoal of the Soviet
I n ion is our I nited Stales.
.-!i:e 1!12. when revolutionists
in China mcrlhrew their emperor,
ihe Chinese people have been in a
out mual tin moil.
A complete reorganization of
China's ..M rntiient may be neces
ai. bul it would bo much easier
o reform t'-.e present one- than one
backed b- liussia.
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lb fliti VilawiKB id ehfr
rtift iibtnrc ol lab
cts cniai. inriutftnc lri
Pkkal Ac.rpl aa iabll
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ma if taa 4aa't Ird vari
ruaalr aiarN IM ta
W-rk n. eilai I
Cr. OMIN MI laail'
(alta'a Dm ftara II, tt.
"- future peace of the world is
seriously threatened by
irunist aitgression in both
a itid Germany. It's rather
alt lo .. ihar.ee ariiuments for
-1 r I . - ot t b is tpiestion in such
a- to lessen ihe importance
e nil'ei li is something like
asked il you el rather have a
do 'J hue you on the left leg
i- nth; les.
do ficni continuing ("he ac-
Divorce Judge Says
: CHICAGO U.P.i Drinking five
quarts of beer a day and one pint
of whiskey a month doesn't mke
i a man a drunkard, according to a
Cook County judge.
Judge Cornelius J. Harrington
so ruled in denying a divorce to
, Mrs. Borghild Hags.rom. 57. Mrs.
Hagstrom had charged her hus
band with habitual drunkenness
Mrs. Hagstrom called tic wit
nesses to testify thai her husband
was frequently drunk, usually on
holidays. Harold Hagstrom didn't
deny taking an occasional nip. but
said he had a limited quantity and
no one contradicted him.
complishments of the Herlin Air
Lift as long as necessary, it seems
that aid to China should he given
primary consideration. It is there
that the actual shooting war is tak
The Chinese attitude is that ot
a friendly non-aggressive nation
with people who desire only free
dom and peace. Can the same he
said for Germany ?
The real problem in retard to
China, however, seems to bo not t
whether aid is needed bul whether
they will or can make ell'i iio o um
of aid. It is very iihn
they have not done so in the
I Justice S .1. Eavin of the North
i Carolina Supreme court handed
clown a decision in a moot court
case, tried by students of the Uni
versity ot North Cirolina Law
School, lo Ihe effect that calling
a n an a Communist is libelous per
Jack Chambers, University soph
omore Irom AsheviMe. who had
been charged with writing a letter
naming William Hannah. junior
from Wavnosville. as among otheri
things, a Communist, was found
tuilly of libe l and ordered to pay
Hannah SI fillf) compensatory dam
ages by a jury of undergraduates
Staged by Phi Alpha Delta legal
fraternity before an audience ot
nearly 2(KI in Manning Hall, the
l rial was run as nearly like an ac
tual tiial as possible. Neither at
torneys, witnesses. nor general
public knew that the facts of the
ca' had bee-n pre-arranged, until
after I lie trial, when J. W. Alex
ander of lluniersv ille, justice of
the group, announced that each
eeenl leading to charges had been
Lawyers for Hannah were Hesse
C. Signion of .Newton, and Nor
wood K. Ilcihinson. Jr.. of Wash
ington. C. Lawyers for Cham
hei s were Gilmer A. Jones. Jr.. ot
l iankiiu: and Kclwin M. Uraswell
id hooky Mount.
Geologist Spols Error
Of 100.000.000 Years
China is the place to ronei 'itra'i
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our offorts and send aid.
the fate of China could
determine the fate ol
Russia would like not I.
than to see Ihe United
nore China's itil for hi
realize that China is la!
and unless we ;-ue inn .
not be long helot e the
ists take ove r
We Americans are oppowd
Communism We want lo prise;
the liberties and freedoms lha! ,
ours We wart to keep Conm i
ism oui of our country Ye! 1;
ran we do that whi n we rilu-e
see ine i nrcai to us oi the ri-
storm of Communism in China.
are watching the Russian in G r
many with an eagle eye. but have
w-ei forgotten China'.' Is it tnod
policy lo lock the front door and
leave the back one- open?
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In Movieland Area
HOLLYWOOD (UPi Christ
mas is coming in Hollywood, where
everything's tinsel all year around,
and the movieites are scurrying to
buy gold-plated, four gear doll car
riages for their husband's children
by his ex-wife, who's now married
to her first husband.
Evervbodv's. related in Holly
wood, and it's all so confusing it's
surprising Santa doesn't slide down
the wrong chimneys
The Christmas season started
with a bang when millionaire At
water Kent placed his order. Last
year the town's numbe r one party -giver
gave everybody on bis guest
list 12-pound, two-feet-by-tlii-ee-feet
boxes of candy. This year, we
hear, he has ordered 75 gaily dec
orated baskets of eats and drinks,
total cost $3 000.
One of the west s top stores. 1.
Magnin Co.. put in its bid foi
movie colony Christmas shoppers
Magnins announced gaily in a mo
vie trade paper that "our time is
your time." and offered' to open
its doors, before or after regular
hours, for anybody who called up
and asked them to.
A lot of the stars were doing
their shopping while they waited
for a lunch table at the Hollywood
Brown Derby. Dorothy Lamour
spent two days at the Derby gift
shop and reported she cleaned up
What They Buy
The clerks said Irene Dunne
bought a couple of willowware tea
pots and copper trays. Joan Ben
nett got a half dozen sets of steak
knives. Jean riersholt selected
boxes of sweet Dutch chocolates.
Betty Hutton, who played an en
gagement at the London Palladium
this summer, ordered several duz
en jugs of California orange blos
som honey for friends she marie
in England. It's a real luxury er
there, she said.
Garry Moore is sending fiends
from his radio show a "Bar Lad
die." That's a single unit including
a corkscrew, bottle opener, jigger,
muddler and ice-breaker. Mrs,
Moore bought a solid silver hain
holder for him.
Tourists who drop by the Vine
Street shop for souvenirs usually
buy the Brown Derby jumbo coiree
cup. The man-sized mugs hold two
A lot of other tourists are wan
dering farther down Ihe street lo
New Senator At Capitol
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Sen-elect J-Melville Brighton (iD-N. C.I check- o.i i . .. ; .
ate manual with Jack Spain, administrative a.-shiam lo s n , (, ., ,," t,ffl.L
Iloey (D-N.C.l, during-a recent visit to Washington. J) c 1 v.,i, . " itk!"8"
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State College Hints
To Farm Homemakers
By Ruth Current
Slate Home Demonstration Agent
Possibly n o t enough home
makers are aware of their prestige
in affairs financial. These statistics
should bolster us: women control
70 to 80 per cent of the nation's
wealth; they own 50 per cent of
the stock in large corporations, 57
per cent of savings bank deposits
and make 42 per cent of all income
tax returns; they do 85 per cent of
Ihe buying for the home and fam
ily, and directly influence the oth
er 15 per cent. With that much
money passing through their fin
gers in one way or another, it's up
to Ihe homemakers to accumulate
as much financial wisdom as they
can for this big responsibility they
' t irk-
actor John Beat's hobby market,
where the movie stars are earning
their Christmas money by selling
the knickJtnacks they whip up in
their spare tune.
The prices are high for most
gift-givers. A sweater knitted by
Joan Crawford's famous fingers,
for instance, will cost you $125.
.yuui ii uu, j ins nappcn a,,, I
quelltly when ironiiu. curiam
lowsely woven niah rial ,,,,,(
due' to the fact that lla-n ,
enough material to ah u,b i
starch. A very fine
cleaner or some fine
bed lightly over Ihe -hoe v. ill .
move all of the Mare -It. It uu daw
trouble with starc h stukni:' on iH
iron from regular cotton gaimenu
il may be clue to Ihe larl that t! ,
water was nol boiling lapiillx i .
fore pouring it mln ', .;,,,,
This is very important as t; ,..
not thoroughly cooked before ru
ing into the fabric will cook uiun
it comes in contact with in, heat
of the iron and then peel nil ih,
clothes and cling lo l he hoi si,,,,
Sprinkling Mai died cloilii -. i,i
ironing is very important it mu
want the finished garment In limi,
right. Heavily Marched doth,
should be inui h dainpci than li hi
ly .starched or unslai ched i lullir
II i, important lo sprinkle the
starched pieces ;it Ir.ei I in d
hours ahead of ironine
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lmm d Some phoU
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meteors hef-an in Ih.i
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I.' if ii ..'.:-c h in South Amer
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II' ! i .' n I'd- ol Ihe cdde.sl
I-eo'. 'i 'o -o' 1- ; .,, ti,,. I'aleoie.
! he- ,.. he aid. are Ihe first fish
fori' - ever lei he found in the re-t.i.'I';--
ol thai vc ty cat ly era.
The -e link formal ions had
In . n i.ppo i 'I lo he about 200,000.
'('() lo 2Vi.l!t0.t. years old. bul as
i ti" oil ol thi s ti.-irk spines and
.e soc i,-ii I ti,...j'. they are now
i'h,ii". to be :i.",0.ll00.000 lo 400.
fi'iOWl sears old.'' Dr. Caster said.
The American people eat half a
billion meals dailv.
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"You did it"
nheyrt drifting them too young! Cm you imarine?
,On -their time off, they prefer baseball
Who makes the Soutf land row and prosper?
Is it the banker? The farmer? The industrialist?
The factory. worker? The schoolteacher? The
miner? The housewife?
Is it the Southern Railway System . . . with its
dependable transportation servics . . . its good,
steady jobs for 45,000 men and women . . . It tax
payments in every community . . . it purchase of
materials and suppl.es throughout
Yes! And No! f theffl.-every'
It's each one of them . . . and all o
body! For it takes many minds, worl!into.
tnany hands . . . planmng toge
future that all of us want, ner
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