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Youths, Parents Are Found
Heavily IA Favor Of One
Yea r’s Military Tra in ing
Three Out Ot Fvery Four Among 15 To 18
Cast Vote In Approval Of Program
For Peacetime Drilling
Director, American Institute of Public Opinion
PRINCETON, N. J„ December 18—Both the young men who would
J effected under peacetime military training and their parents are
jjyerwhelmingly in favor of a year of military training for the nation’s
VOUtll’ JJ-rtleNoA/l l«il -—_
'I'se findings are msciosea in
surveys just completed in
young men between 15 and
»hlt" • nf age and parents with
18 f between 12 and 18 years of
s0 (and not having served in the
!Ld forces! were asked:
the future, do you think ev
. abie-bodied young man should
reauired to take military or
Jnl training for one year?”
This question is the same one
v|Ch has been put to cross-sec
nf voters and veterans of
forld War II in all parts of the
United States.
w . _n __.if__ J .
The replies ui >uumo »iuwaWuucu,
Yes -76%
. 22
NO - ;. ,
No opinion - *
Although parents of young men
between 12 and 18 years of age of
'er greater opposition to a mill
jarv training program than dp
dtbers in the survey, they are
nonetheless in favor of the pro
mm by a substantial majority.
Ibis is shown in the table below:
No - i36
No opinion--4
Nation-Wide Opinion
MEANWHILE, across the nation
voters continue to favor a peace
time military training program by
a vote of 70 per cent.
In spite of discussion in Congress
and throughout the nation, senti
ment on the issue among all vot
ers has not varied more than five
percentage points sinpe last May,
when sentiment stood 70 per cent
in favor of a peacetime military
program. The trend on the issue
is recent months:
Yes No No op.
May _ _-70% 24% 6%
July __69 24 7
SePt.. 29 6
Oct--70 24 6
-.-.-75 21 4
TODAY ...70 25 5
• • *
A SPECIAL poll by the Institute
among veterans recently published
found that men who had served in
the armed forces in World War II
were more highly in favor of a
year’s military training *for youth
than any other group polled by the
World War H
Yes ....80%
No .18
No opinion__2
Lt. Donald Bishop Home
At New Bern On Leave
NEW BERN, Dec. 18. — Firs* Lt.
Donald E. Bishop of New Bern is
now on terminal leave here, fol
lowing service as public relatiQns
officer for the famous 30th Divi
sion. A graduate of the University
of North Carolina, where he ma
jored in journalism, he was for
some time stationed at Fort Bragg
as a noncommissioned army offi
cer there. Early in 1943 he was
sent to the officers’ candidate
school at Fort Bragg, where he
received his commission as second
lieutenant. After January 1 he will
take a position on the Winston
Salem Journal at Winston-Salem.
Next fall he hopes to enroll at
Columbia university in New York
City to study for a Master’s de
gree in journalism.
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8:00—To be announced
i:15—Elmer Davis
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to corrections by networks made
too late to incorporate
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Sparrow and The Hawk, Serial — CBS
Tennessee Jed, Drama Skit—ABC-east
Hop Harrigan in Repeat — other ABC
Tom Mix, a Serial Series — MBS-basic
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Quincy Howe and News Period — CBS
Walter Kiernan and News — ABC-east
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Howe’s Answers, Repeat — MBS-west
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Repeat Superman Serial — MBS-west
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Jack Armstrong in Repeat — ABC-west
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Charlie Chan Adventures — ABC-basic
Tennessee Jed. m Repeat_ ABC-west
Tom Mix, Serial Repeat — MBS-west
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News Commentary & Overseas — ABC
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Ellery Queen a Detective—CBS-basic
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Lone Ranger’s Drama of West — ABC
I Frank Singiser Newscast—MBS-basic
1 7:45—Kaltenborn Comment — NBC-west
Wreck Crews Clearing Debr is Of Seaboard Train Crash
Spectators stand in the cold and watch a derrick (left) cleaning up the wreckage of two Seaboard Railway passenger-trains which
collided near Kollock, S. C., Dec. 17, killing at least seven persons a nd injuring more than 60. One railway official said he counted seven
dead and had been told authoritatively that one other person had be en killed. The southbound New York-to-Florida “Silver Meteor”
crashed into the northbound “Sun Queen’’ pulling into a siding. (AP Photo).
Inside of Sports, Bill Brandt — MBS
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Jack Carson’s Comedy Variety — CBS
Lum and Abner Comedy Skit — ABC
Music Runt for Half an Hour — MBS
8:15—Elmer Davis in Comment — ABC
8:30—Hildegarde With Her Show — NBC
Jean Hersholt and Dr. Christian — CBS
The Fishing and Hunting Club — ABC
Bert Lahr Doing Comedy Show — MBS
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Frank Sinatra & Variety Show — CBS
To Be Announced (30 Mins.) — ABC
Gabriel Heatter and Comment — MBS
9:15—Real Liffe Stories, Drama — MBS
9:30—District Attorney’s Drama — NBC
Ann Sothern and Masie Sketch — CBS
Pages of Melody From Buffalo — ABC
Spotlight Band, Guest Orches. — MBS
9:55—Five Minutes News Show — ABC
10:00—Kay Kyser Music & Quit — NBC
Great Moments in Music Cone. — CBS
Counter Spy 8c David Harding — ABC
Ralph Slater, Hypnotist Stunts — MBS
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Dance Music Orchestra Show — ABC
Dancing Music for Half Hour — MBS
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NEW BERN, Dec. 18. — Craven
county has over-subscribed its
overall quota in the Victory Loan
campaign by 59 per cent, but i
still lagging on the E bond quota.
Campaign Chairman John G.
Dunn, Jr., Is hopeful that special
attention on the sale of E bonds
before Christmas will push the
county over the top of its E bond
NEW BERN, Dec. IS. — A new
Home Demonstration Club for
Craven county has been organized
Sere at Trent court. This is the
first time that onne of these clubs
ias been formed in New Bern, the
remaining clubs all being in other
parts of the county.
NEW BERN, Dec. 18. — John G.
Ormsby, local merchant and presi
dent of the Chamber of Commerce,
has been elected master of Doric
lodge, A. F. Sc A. M., succeeding
Robert L. Pugh. H. W. Gillikin
was made senior warden; M. Po
liakoff, junior warden; J. C. Davis,
secretary; and H. I. Hagood,
Friendship Key To World
Peace, Bishop Wright Says
“An understanding of one’s fel
low man; friendship tnd personal
relationship for which there are no
boundaries, are more powerful than
all the atomic power in the world
when it becomes to a case of per
petuating peace on earth,’’ the Rt.
Rev. Thomas H. Wright, Bishop of
the eastern diocese of North Caro
lina. said yesterday tt a meeting of
the Wilmington Rotary Club at the
Friendly Caieteria.
Bishop Wright, who was raised
in Wilmington, delivered the Christ
mas address to the dub stressing
the fact that the world was not at
peace although treaties had been
signed with Germany, J:.pan and
their allies in a culmination of
recent hostilities.
“Permanent peace on earth
can come only through the in
ner conscience of man,’’ he said,
“and not through the fear of atomic
He cited the example of a Ger
man monk who in 1354 discovered
gunpowder and who, through his
discovery, felt he had found the
one power tnat wouia stop wars De
tween nations and groups. His new
found answer to perpetual peace
was soon found to be but another
weapon for the continuance of
wars, the Bishop stated.
The same is true today, Bishop
Wright continued. The real answer
to peace lies in two livisions, he
continued, first being “understand
ing of one’s fellow man” and the
second "friendship” which is di
vided into institutions and person
al relationship.
Institutions, the speaker declared
are sub-divided into national gov
ernments or boundaries; political
organizations and economic unions.
These, he said, are material and
can only go so far as they are per
mitted by boundaries, either politi
cal or social.
In the case of “personal relation
ship,” he continued, “there are no
boundaries with the exception of
the thoughts of man.’’ This is the
one weapon with which we can
fight for a continuance of the
peace we are supposed to have won.
It is through groups such as the
Rotary Club and other organizations
that the feeling of international
friendship can be started and
through them the idea can filter
across any material boundary, he
Mrs. Mildred Farrer sang two
numbers “Jesu Bambino” and “O
Holy Night” which was followed by
group singing. The Christmas pro
gram was arranged by Ed H. Mun
son who introduced Bishop Wright.
The group recognized the Rev.
Mortimer Glover who yesterday
celebrated twenty-five years of
service in the ministry. ■<
Visitors were Joseph Mann, Ro
tarian from Whiteville, the Rev. R.
W. Wheeler, Winter Park, John
Swart, Holland, Thomas Ful
ler, on terminal leave and serving
as assistant traffic manager for
the Atlantic Coast Line railroad.
Major Troy Johnson Wilmington
was introduced to the group. The
Major served in Italy and £.fter
returning to the United States ask
ed for a second tour of duty and
was sent into the European theatre.
He completed 198 missions during
his tenure of service.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 18— (IP) -
The Senate Small Business com
mitee will discuss th men’s cloth
ing shortage with Government and
Clothing Industry officials tomor
row and Thursday. Chairman Mur
ray (D-Mont) estimated that be
tween 20,000,000 and 28,000,000 suits
of clothes • will be produced next
year, against a demand for 40,
000,000 to 48,000,000.
PARIS, Dec. 18.—(JP’)—Norman
Armour, accompanied by his wife,
left Paris last night by plane for
Washington to report on his re
cently completed mission as Unit
ed States ambassador to Spain
His retirement from foreign ser
vice after 33 years was announced
last month.
CHERRY POINT, Dec. 18. — Lt.
Col. John F. Dobbin and Lt. Col.
George W. Nevils have been trans
ferred to duty here at the Marine
air station from previous assign
men'*; -'n Cal'fornia.
The Brigade Senior fraternity
at its semi-monthly meeting Tues
day evening elected Newton J. Kel
ly, president. The election took
place at the Armory at Second and
Church streets.
Other officers also elected last
night were:
Lewis W. Harrison, first vice
president; Sam H. Houston, second
vice-pres dent; Jennings H. Lit
gen, secretary, and Lewis W. Har
rison, treasurer.
m an impressive candlelight
ceremony, Ralph A. Wolf, Walter
E. Eagle, Woodrow Sandlin and
Marion Duncan were inducted into
membership of the fraternity by
the initiation committee.
Another feature of last night’s
meeting was the opening of the
‘‘kitty,’’ a miscellaneous collection
taken throughout the year, which
yielded $80.39. The money will be
used for a Christmas offering for
unfortunate Wilmington boys, it
was said.
Outgoing officers of the frater
nity are:
T. C. Davis, president, Frank
McCall, first vice-president, How-j
ard Littleton, second ,vice-presi
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NUERNBERG, Dec. 18. —OJ.fi)—
The Nazi leadership corps was ac
cused in court today of trying to
replace the Bible with Mein
Kampf, the cross with the swas
tika, and the appeal of Christian
ity with savage racial pride in
Col. Robert G. Storey of Dallas,
Tex., assistant U. S. prosecutor,
stung Hermann Goering into wild
ly signaled protests as he sketch
ed the Nazi aim to wipe out
Christainity. Goering pounded the
rim of the dock with a pencil, rip
ped off his earphones and glared
at the war crimes tribunal.
Storey took up today where he
left off yesterday, amidst a docu
mented, damning indictment ol
the Nazi leadership corps. He ask
ed that the court hold the entire
corps, comprising hundreds of
thousands of Nazis, guilty of w«
Storey read documents showing
that Martin Bormann, deputy fueh
rer, and the Nazi party chancellery
ordered Alfred Rosenberg to mu»
zle a general who wrote on the
spiritual needs of soldiers.
The Nazis directed the party
press leader to cut off the supply
of newsprint for 3,000 religiou*
publications. Rosenberg was asked
to abolish 18 theological faculties,
and a suggestion was advanced
that theological positions in Ger*
man high schools be vacated in
favor of racial, biological and like
“Hie authoritative aims and ac*
tions of the leadership corps in*
volved efforts to replace the Bible
with Mein Kampf, the cross with
the crooked swastika, and substi.
tute for the universal appeal of
Christianity the call of the blood
of the German racial group,’*
Storey charged.
Observing that “among Hie sol
diers of the United Nation* the
proposition that there were no
atheists in foxholes received wide
and reverent attention,” Storey ad
ded that the Nazi leadership corpa
in contrasts sought to screen the
German armed forces from any
influence of Christianity.
Storey traced correspondence be
tween Bormann and Rosenberg in
1940 and 1941 on the confiscation
of church properties, particularly
convents and monasteries. Bor
mann, jn his predominant party
role, furnished the link connecting
the party leadership with the
crimes charged to the Reich.
It was Bormann’* party chancel
lery which insisted that religioun
orders whose properties were seiz
ed but not formally confiscated
should not be paid rent.
dent, R. M,' Padrick, Jr., secre
tary, and Lewis Harrison, treas
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