The War Whoop (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 37, No. 11, Ed. 1, Wednesday, December 9, 1959 Page: 2 of 6
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A ))( imjii rout''- iiao.ss some
'irtoit now and then Hi il
in I i I'M li iv h id the 'url.i-
' to 1 nit up boloio We dls-
covi'iid not too long ago
hill- )lo'vni; ttuuuKii ii Oti-
iijnii lc-im Hint "oi.srn"
mi in iron IiKUlitlveii(.'s.s
vi it. ( a little inoiu dlnulni?
'i ui d th. it "i isenhauer"
mi in- nn Ironworker or
I'i.irkMiiitli Like "Under thr
pu.idin chestnut tree the
ill.W smith lie .st.uuls "
Anvh'iw let'.- hope our globc-
tjottliw president smiths
lime uood will hole unci there.
This one Is straight out of
n H F Goodrich ad But mny-
D( vou missed It When rub-
bVr wns discovered In the col-
onies the Briti.sh had little
ire for it It got all gooeyfied
when applied to cloth ns a
water piooler or In any use
lint one thing It was .sueress-
ftilly used for was ernslng
lwncll mniks As the action of
i-rasing Involve- rubbing the
blob ol rubber was called "u
nibber" Fancy that.
Consider the lowly thimble
Manifold years ago it was
merely a sheath of leather
over the thumb But .some
UnulNunnn had a clumsy wife
who kept poking herself In
pile of the gfiaid He being
.i tin smith by trade made
her a bell-shaped gii-whU to
leplace the leather glz-whl.
The other biddies' In her sew-
ing; chele set up such an ad-
miring ruckus that tho hus-
band was henceforth on easy
.street soiling "thumb bells."
That must have made him a
research is working
to prevent the
tragedy of crippling
i "W i
J) TJkwUu3 I
To Behavior Patterns
About this time of year ev-
erybody seems to get senti-
mental over a day that's con-
sideredby those who start-
ed the objcivance to be
When MJiuelhlng Is holy
that means that the thing
has a special meaning in
one's life If it doesn't have
a special meaning then 11
Isn't holy That's sorta draw-
ing a thin line but lines need
to be drawn somewhere on
nearly everything we do
If .something Is holy and
means something special to
ynui this means that you have
done some thinking about it
How many of us give serious
thought to Christmas reli-
gion or life?
"But I thought about
Christmas last year; It's
meaning that l.s." Unless
you're willing to think about
It again tills year then
Clu!) To Sell
Wall Wahtaysee will sell
TB bargles and Christmas
seals in the reception room of
Cooke Liberal Aits Building
December 10 and 11.
Chiistmas seals will sell
for lc apiece and the bangles
for whatever donation is
Wall Wahtaysee members
will start selling after chapel
Thursday mornlnj. A co-ed
will be on duty Thursday
afternoon Friday morning
and Friday afternoon until
Dr W B. McDaniel vice-
president of the college is
chairman of TB Bangle and
Christmas seal sale for Mc-
Murry Abilene Christian Col-Unlverslty.
Youth Festival Success
How successful was the Vienna Youth Festi-
val July 26-August 4? Communist claim unlimit-
ed success while the Independent Service for In-
formation on the Vienna Youth Festival.of Mass-
achusetts tries to prove' shameful failure.
The Independent Service has recently sent
out a paper "Festival Repercussions" in which
quotations are taken from communist publica-
tions and Western publications;
Some of these are the "L'Unita" daily organ
of the Italian Communist Party; "Der Tagesspie-
gel" an independent Berlin daily; "Pravda" lead-
ing Soviet paper; New York "Times"; "The
Washington Post"; "World Youth" magazine of
the Festival sponsor and Communist' front organ-
ization tho World Federation of Democratic
Youth; and "The Vienna Daily1 News."
"It was particularly the conclousl'y demonstrated In dif-
ference or the( . . . Viennese which has dealt a heavy blow
to the- plans of the Festival organisers. All programs had to
ba performed In front or shamefully- sparse "audiences . . .
Whenever thd 13000 Festival participants appear" In an offi-
cial capacity tfiey receive the cold shoulder from Uie Vien-
nese." (5 August Issue of "Der Tacjesiplcgel")
"Hired nrnm.ivniWHcf nf-nn.rti.niu .....- u-.-i i .
........ w. iuv-iiuuii ICUUI'J imu UVL'Il us
. sertlng that the Vienna' stadium would be empty. Well the
1 stands of the stadium designed for 00.000 people could not
accomodate all thoso who wanted to attend the openln" cere-
mony" (5 August Issue of tho "Pravda")
Christmas Is dead as far as
vou are concerned.
"Well I'll think about It la-
ter when I have time." Christ-
mas is dead for you also For
somehow as humans we never
get around to those things
that we don't want to do; v
only manage to get those
things done that SEM Im-
portant. Importance of College
Jim Douglass freshman
fiom Savannah Ga lemark-
ed Sund.iv. "College Isn't
worthwhile unless you take
time out to think about your
leasons for going to church or
even being associated with le-
Ugloua people "
These days .sociologists and
religious thinkers are classi-
fying communism as a reli-
gion. Religion is defined as that
social pattern to which n per-
son attaches his supreme val-
ues with an emotional bind-
ing Certainly communists con-
sider the communistic form
of government as that which
lves greatest meaning to
their lives and becomes so in-
volved as to sav to the woild.
"This Is the thing that will
Another social behavior is
that is coming to be consider-
ed a reliclon Is science.
Certainly some scientists
attach themselves to research
hi such a manner that ho be-
lieves that medical discover-
ies or psychological Insights
will .save the world.
In closing this one thlnnr be
'aid: lust because we believe
certnln thlnis to be of good
report doesn't mean that we.
ndlvldually emotionally re-
"iond In such a way to makf
Miat the dominant thing in
our lives pay
Wide Wide WorM
THERE IS NO SANTA GLAUS
Fidel Castro has finally gone too far. This
time he has really done it. It wasn't so much w hen
he ordered the execution of InO Cubans. We could
all make jokes about that. But this is no laughing
I matter not at all. Simply because tho man spends
most of his day making speeches tryinu to keep
1 the people so stirred up they won't be able to see
! that he is doing nothing to get them more food
i and better living conditions is no reason to say he
I is power mad. After all we sav he could be worse.
But when Fidel Castro decided to tell the
j people of Cuba that there is no Santa Claus he
capped the climax. This is the straw that will
I break the Camel's back. For centuries children
have gone to bed dreaming about the visit of that
jolly old fellow and his bottomless bag of toys for
children of all ages and all colors. Yes even little
Cuban boys and girls hang up their stockings (if
they have any) and awake the next morning to
find it though not as full as their northern neigh-
bors still plenty full to keep them happy. Al-
though the toys of their wishes seldom are deliv-
ered"" still the wishing is good. But all this is to bo
no more. Fidel has stated that Santa Claus is an
invention of the Capitalist mone -grubbers of
Wall-Street and that all good Cubans will cele-
brate Christmas on December the 6th like the old
days. As someone else said let's put Mass back in
Many of you have expressed an interest in
the problem of Red China. It has been our feeling
that the average person isn't too well informed on
this newest power in the world. This feeling :s
shared by the editors of Atlantic Monthly Maga-
zine and they have devoted about half of this
month's issue to Red China. The article is chief-
ly interested in the last ten years' progress. It
covers art politics religion (or the lack of it)
and various other phases
read about in the daily news releases irom that
part of the world. Most of those who write are
those who know and the article is well' worth
whatever time you feel you can spend.
And finally Nikita Khrushchev used to say
our children would live under Communism. Now
he says our grandchildren will. So some progress
has been made. At least a whole generation has
been saved. Mike Pelfrey
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which one does not often
the school year. September
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