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THE WAYXESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Radio Forum Students
Discuss Intelligence
Of Men Against Women
Otto Fears Torture For Cardinal
"Arc rm-n more inte'list-nt th.m
vutiieti"" Thi- (ih v'.cn h;i- mer
1,(1, unr-Ut-l-fd to llle -l.tliliin
of r'ione The MtudfiiU on the
vt-ekl radio forum, uwr Hl'C
niM-usM-d tlu- question. Mi- 'ni:i
Jjik-.on i fiic-iilt p"'iMI1 The
-indents ;trt.'iiiiieiit u.te .i- tul-
ALLEN II KT
Men through tin- .me- ii.ne in--,i.i1
and .-till "i-i-l Hi.it ili- .':''
-iiijitt-i Hun uoineii Hut to il.itr
1.0 i.i i lias t-M-i -iKti---tu'i n
td 1,1- eonteiition There .in ni.un
pruul to tlu- tuiiti'ai' hor-r
r ,n M-n-r.litir him--' i.'i:
civt d to di-pruM- t !u -tat i ii.t-i.!
i.'..-.t uoiiieii art- the t-akt i' -t'
ii; Jnl 1947. Tin- Ki-.h!, i - I1-'-;
printed an art It It l!i fm-f :
a tl de( IMe ..li-ut ! to tlil
CjUertioii was tthi-n. I: -tated that
a itiriit experiment at Jnhi;
Hcpkin: l'uversit show e! tht
'. on, tn could "do more mental
v.c;j-k than men in a k!Hen tune
;.rni du it more accurate !t
l..cie proot is needed in-' turn te
r;,t subject of intuition. Tin- i
J.reierbial in womer. but i: - a
i n e tinie vim dear ot" a mar. hav-
l.lc II IlllU-n lUtUI Ji! -ee.'i', tl
?t t -r things I hat a mar lai.t -e.
i: it - right under hi- i .-e I
i io A ou'e ot'el. heali; mi;;:, n
-j' that If thc ran the ,aal
l.'itli- Uduld he 111) Ual i HJ ; : 1
-i'aii;l aeree that men have
i i.'i.bled their jol) ot :o en-mc'!' .
)i u still don't !r!i.'e nie ju-t
:'- h. "in- all th. .irumnrh
i nd "et- th-- !a-t . o. ;! I he ma'i
i t In- u oman.
, , , i . ! r. . e t . .i 'he i hi Idreii
l!ie tail I- that a woman one
hui.i': i .1 ears .mc was considered
h a 1 .tan ui.-t a inert- Inina rrea
ii:, le cook, clean the house.
. e ; e ler t he children, work,
and 'e also thouitht she not be
allowed to uet a:i education. Then
the women not smart to all the:
::nn- vie wanted voice in the j
o crnnifH! having a riiht to vote,
hold elliee and main others.
I I. e vtoiv ot Philosophy ' h ;
Will D.iaiit tells the real mean-'
ot .: man He sa s a man is
i ole.i in: ahilitv. "Hot Temper."
.mle;. ei. del i e of character, and.
el Illicit;.
"Tile cliaractt r ol will." sa s
Sih":ii!:..im'i i- irheiited from
no lathe: and the intellect from
; Mi'iKi
1-Aen todav -he is in Congress !
'A e i..im- .lumni scieiitisis. and
Miner l,ik!i:i; an active part in
the voice of the people, the same
.,- ., man I
mmmmmmmmMmmmmtM n-'rtilir lit 'nif-ff If iH f f Tiifi'Mi til ' IT . m
n.win mit ii ki i.
1 1. m v vi av nt t h i nk 1 1 1 w oiih n
i.t'.er exceed men in Itiiir la-k-tvei.
in their dome-tie aim. te-
This. 1 think, iv mamlv rlne to
'heir ph -ical tr.-nt!h and alnlii'
io adapt theme!i-- tn all kind- ol
tasks.
No matter how lijhl a ioh mav lie
nun can handle il w.ih meat vkrh
but a woman placed on a heavv
job due to her phv-ieal makeim
liiuld never hop. ;,, a i ( mi . i . ! -1.
the ta-k
There lias mver lie. n a vvonia"
PKvident. then ha, lie.m iir.
lew minor poll' a a! po-H ion- In ,)
Ia women.
1'olltlcs i- but ,,i;r ;-,..i: ,1,1)
which a woman imild no' hold
down with an niea-iirc o mic-
evv fiive i-i r iin n cook -. mil -n
i i.niv. and ot her- which w omi, r,
n.iild perform but rloev not p(rleit
at anv time.
OK ACE BENTON
Without a dmiht '. in nr. niin-i
w omen ai e I he :r,oi . mil I'ilii i:i n
the vex. It would take ail ot mil
thutv minute to exprt-s m pmnt
ot a Woman'v ititelligence. bill a
our time is limited I shall onlv
iiieiition a few . Some ol tin -e are:
A woman's abilitv to clean house.
BOB IIAKRY
S .-ue creation men have been
hi -troi tier sex. not onlv in bodv .
i-.d a'.-o in mind. Kve started
ih:n- roMinu in the garden of
I den when she picked and tasted
the forbidden fruit Curiosity
unklcd her and curiosity gets more
w mm :, into trouble today than
anvihim; el-e
I.. .-I v, :,i there were 49H.OOO
ni".'i wo. nen than men. but in
-''i'i tdi- plurality, nicn still
I' o'. ennui i t . hiisiiiesv and the
m.'i it : it v .t ot her i ontrihut ive
l;:;" - in lite A woman's inten
tion I-' -aid to he vtionger than
' :i - but man reasoning power
i- lar greaU-r developed. Thus,
tin on,. elT-el- the other.
It. m. -I ln;h -choolv. the ma
oiriiv nt hieioi student- are girls:
t h,- n a-oii bein- piohahlv because
:oi- are more concerned with their
" oi !. A hov dev elops hal
don t rare ' attitude and the re--t'll
I- an average student, but
when the bov oev to college and
know- that he ha- to work, his
lunge- and he becomes
pre-i rv inu.
.,i urate tabulation of (he
ol evorv mail and woman
1 t iled State- would he the
e ibi. way the quc-tmn
I'i - t'h d . and I hen there
':h he -onie doubt.
Archduke Otto of Austria, claimant to thai counti
throne, visits Charlotte, and predicts a fate wor-e tha
Josef Cardinal Mindszenty. He believes the Catholic
trial for treason at Budapest. Hungary, will not be
i
will be sentenced to slow death in a labor
is on a lecture tour. AP Wirephotoi.
camp.
Th.
v "s I'elunct
ii death lor
Pi elate, on
banted but
i t .'id ukc
factories, and many other
'M'lld.
All
W -
'. ouh!
JOYCE. CARTER
(H loiu-e women are smarter
I haii mi n The only t hing is, men
;;ci mote publicity lor their so
: lh ,1 "wonderful deed-" than
'Vomei! do
Ev i Vina knows tint without the
v -'iinn on the home-front, wars
won:;! probably end in total dis-;i-t
r. In f.nl, women did almost
alino-t all ot man's work while he
v.,- gone to war. They drove
tractor-, made ammunition, work-
FARMERS!
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Mountain Supply Co
Dealers In Ford Tractors and Farm Machinery
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Phone 461 Main Street
ed in
things.
There are just as many famous
actresses as actors, authoresses as
authors, and now. there are even
famous women doctors.
Some of our Presidents have ad
milled that they would have given
up their jobs if it had not been
for (heir understanding wives
Dolly Madison and Martha Wash
ington aie examples. And in
China. Madame Chiang Kai-Shek
is recognized as an influential
(inure.
Think of Madame Curie's dis
covery of radium. Without her
discovery, where would medical
re-earch be today?
And no man has ever surpassed.
Helen Keller's feat. Deal' and
blind, she has become educated
and has even gone so far as to
write her autobiography.
Where would men be without
women'' In my opinion, they would
he absolutely lost without the intu
ition of women.
WOODEN EGGS LIFTED
FOHT WOKTH. Tex. l tJi -
Farm Questions
and Answers
(Compiled by Extension Service
at State College!
Question: Is lime harmful to po
tatoes'.' Answer: Agronomy specialists
'at State College sa that the pre
1 nee of lime in the -oil favors the
! disease organism which caiee- po
; tato scab. In general the heavier
! the liming, the more scab will t!e-
clop.
Question: It it a good practice
use sawdust as a mulch.'
Answer: The main disn.lv ai:l
ate in using sawdust is that it
tends to tie up the nilioi'tn in the
soil. Sawdust does not caue any
rctual loss of this plant food ele
ment nor does it cau-e the -oil to
become acid or alkaline. It men I .
requires extra nitrogen dui.i.ii t!n
lime in which it is "nitting '.
Question: Which tvpe ef niill-
' burr, hammer or ruilii - i- bei
! suited to grinding grain !m dairv
; cattle?
Answer: Agricultural eiiaineers
J think that hammer null- have a
slight advantage. Power needed to
grind a bushel of feed is -mall for
the hammer type mill. Thin too.
the hammer mill ha- the decided
Huge Sum Willed
To Baptist Orphanage
By Associated Pressi
The Baptist Orphanage at Thom-i-ville
i- principal beneficiary of
.he will of Hubert M. Idol, retired
K J Kevnolds Tobacco Company
i iiiplov e. .
Ilie will tiled for probate listed
5fi-t3.93if.73 in personal and $15,
00(1 real property.
Ii nrovides that at 'least $50,000
!. ii-od hv the orphanage trustees
o build an infirmary in honor of
Idol- sister, Lelia M. Idol, and
!iai other portions of the funds
o into a new church to be named
iii honor of Idol's mother. Mrs.
Sarah M. Idol.
i, haulage thai no damage is done
:i the feed to the mill is shut oil'.
Mo-t Inn t mills are built in such
i w iv that I he burr- are seriously j
I, .. .1 ill I.- 1,-Ml 1
.1 .1 111. 11 II Wlieil Ilie nun i.-) i,v 1"-
i iii, nine Willi no e.raiii pas.-ing
iliioii.Mi. Few roller mills are now
ill ire.
Question: Can sodium fluoride
In led to hugs to control parasites?
An-wer: The answer to that one
i , ve- Swine specialists at State
College -ay they know of no more
.llective material lor combating
niii;:-ile- They recommend that
i ho material be thoroughly and
carefully mixed with dry feed and
led in the proportion of one per
cent ol the dry feed that hogs will
i at ii' one day.
TOBIN AT LABOR BILL J
ws-j' -iW iMIMWWStwmrar'-'v
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FIRST WITNESS AT PUBLIC HEARINGS In Washington!
tha Tuff-HarftAV tahnr net SpitiI , , t r , T
ui ..j . v, i i.aoorw.
...nu c in.n.. i, ... .
is siiown wiiu oco. tuiwiK Aiioiucia iij-i iai,) i.
Labor committee now nniaing nearings. on ttit
measure, resembling the old Wagner Act,
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Say, "1 Saw It In The Mow
Th
TOMMY Cl'HTIS
has been a question handed
lown tn us through the age- When
eciding which is the smaller sex.
1 ou must consider thai man us
'lally has the greatest reasoning
ibilily, while women are usually
iuided by intuition and emotions
For instance in debales, remark
made by women are laughed olf by
SCOH'S SCRAP BOOK
hen house thief who raided the
CI. S. Thompson barmaid jirobably
got a surprise after In- i.-it when
he found the livf eg- lie took
were wooden.
EXPERT WITH ONE ARM
I'OKT UOiiTII. Ttx. IT'. - A
one-armed pickpocket w !- charged
with theft here in I di-;iipear-iiiice
ut a im.h '- lulllohl with S21I0 .
in il.
men. where ,- the remarks made
h men are taken personally by
the woman and an argument aris
es. Hut when considering scho
lastic abilitv women make the
best students. Why'. Hecau-e they
are more iittcrc sled and will study,
while the men u-ual'v have more
outside activ nie- to 'Hi their minds
oil their ,-ludie-.
It i- inde. d dul n uli to definite
ly -ay which i- the -mailer sex.
Men and women cannot he com
pare! I with en Ii other, because
I hey inn paralli I .,:.-! - uppU n'.cnl
each ether.
CARD Ol THANKS
Vc would likt to i hank our
Iriioill- for lliele ei io .j. 1 r.l' Hurt-
ness and lor the bcuitilul floral
nll't'i ings (iui i'u tbe recent illness '
and death of our wis and mother.
W. K. Fraier ;:nd Family.
By R. J. SCOTT;
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Women s Dresses
Half sizes . . . Whole sizes to 52
1 tfroup of Women's Dresses
... 38 to 44 .. .
REDUCED TO
$1.00
1 Croup . . . Retf. to
Prints and Spuns . . . sizes to 52
REDUCED TO
$1.98
1 (iroup . . . Cottons and Ray
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Reff. to $12.98
REDUCED TO-
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Reduced
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