The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 7, 1952 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 7, 1952
Page 2
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PAOK TWO HAL lOYLE'S COLUMN Is Life Too Much for You? Better Figure Out How To Keep Your Marbles LE (AKX.) COURIER NEW! NEW YORK HV-Is life too much for you? Has care got you dou Since this is National Mcntnl Health Week, now Is us good » time u any to figure what to <lo •bout keeping all your marbles. Statisticians estimate tliat one of every 12 children born In America today will spend some part of his life In a mental Institution. This is a frightening fact. Going to a psychiatrist isn't the ftolutlon. There are only about 6,000 psychiatrists in the country. Even if patients kepi their couches warm around the clock, there are too' few of these professional mind probers to listen to nil the people who want to tell their troubles. ELECTRONIC FINGER-Developed by General Eteetric, lh< tiny ion chamber above has been successfully used by pilots to detect radiation over atomic- blast litet. In addition, th« "flnger" warm pilots o( dangerously radioactive areai. Also, gelling lo their enr Is a bit expensive for the average purse. What is the answer? Well, let's look at the situation, and consider (he possible remedies. There are two ways to go through life—enjoying yourself lo dcalh, or worrying yourself lo death. Most people arc firmly convinced they will never die of pleasure iiml us ft mutter of fact tlie very idea frightens (hem. So they slowjy worry themselves crazy, m fret themselves gradually into a grave, borne down by tlie ivoJ«lit of accumulated, disappointments nnd frustrated ambitions. The bin fallacy of the human race is thnt it Is spendthrift ol IUs happiness, but hoards worry privately like a miser. This is nil wrong. You should, of course, share your happiness; but, equally, you should share our worries. A happiness crows with sharing; n worry diminishes. We've had share-lhc-work pro;rams and share-the-vreallh pro:rams. What we need now is a good, nation-wide, share-your-u-or- ries program. People plagued by similar emotional, pby.skvil or financial woes could band together on the .snme principle as the mcm- ?ers of Alcoholics Anonymous, a signally successful organisation. Some folks might he reluctant to shave their private worries with neighbors or friends. In that case they could team up with stranaers who knew nothing about them personally but suffered Iho some problems. The, advantage of those share- i'Oiir-worrics clubs is thai they would put each worry in its proper perspective. Tlie Ililng about your own worry Is that It always looks ger lo you than it docs to everybody else. Tell your worry to another person and. somehow, it doesn't loom ciulte so large even to you. And the ono you told It lo? Ho can take your worry nnd a other worries like H from a other people anrt go right on enjoying his meals as The did before. f. "IKE" LIKES "TAFT"—"Ike" goobcr-naturinl campaign with «nrl "Taft" shake trunks before the Coles Brothers Circus. "Ike,' 'Ydnvontion" in Chicago. .J embarking on the summer's 90, and "Taft," 78, are in Read Courier News Classified Ads Scotland Cattle Beef Example fo By AI.V1N STKINHOI'K FORT WILLIAM. Scotland ',!',— Htro In the dour Miijhlamls of Scotland, of all plaCM. is a cattle- ranch whirh would took pretty Kooii in Arklxona. The rnncn. annul 10.000 acres of mountain, ({Ion, burn, heather ami peat. Is n venture—now five years old—ot Joseph William iiobbsi who Icaniod bis ranching more than 40 years ago near Calgary in Canada. Hobbs tins lived in Vancouver, where ho built a skyscraper, and In Sault Ste. Marie, where as a boy lie sold newspapers. Now he lives in Castle Invcrlochv near here, a wealthy man determined to leach the Highlands that one way out of their shabby economic stat Is to lurn a lot of wild and cniigy country Into cattle ranches. "Britain ncods tieef more than n»y counlry on enrth," says Ilobbs. "Why bo so dependent on tbe Argentine when here In tbe wide open spaces of Ihe Highlands there Is Just the rlRht kind o[ setting for the right kind of dogic?" In 1045 Hobbs bought the busy Ben Nevis Distillery "and the castle which has become his home. With cowboy tradition In his veins, he Ranch Provides r Hungry Nation couldn't sec the Highlands go to waste, and In 1047 he bought S.OOO acres. The holding. :il! In one piece, has been doubled .since. Only odd bits of the highland country nre fit for agriculture. The rest of It, much of it standing on end, is a tangle of brae-ken (a touyh nm( useless fern/, heather, pe:il nml rugged grasses. Hobbs turned down the old Higli- 1 " n d cow', long-named, sliagKy- coated nnd almost as sure-footed as a cat. The Highland cow manages to live coinfortaDjy In the 110- inch average yearly rainfall but doesn't have energy to spare to make impressive steaks. In Ihe west of Ireland Hobbs found the Connemara cattle, shorthaired and accustomed to even colder weather than Is usual in Scotland. He bred Conncirmm cows with Aberdeen Angus and shorthorn bulls, and produced the yoimi; stock which now roams his range. Short-haired, the animals dry tinlckly after ruin mid devote their energies to making steak. The ranch is run on Wild Wesl principles, but there are differences. Cowboy-ln-chief Charles J. S. Pnlmcr. who retains bis Scottish e in Demand Itis 10 Years Old Take a new Cadillac home with you— use it with commoft prudence and give it re.isortable care— —and ten years from today, there should l,c mnnv many people anxious to drive it and call it their own! The soundness of this prediction is attested on used car lots throughout America. F.very day huvers are tak,ng possession of Cadillacs built before the war —and are doing so with pride and anticipation. There .ire many and vital reasons for this enduring value of a Cadillac car. ,}, 1'"^ ° f C ° Ur f C| , is q" alit >'- Cadillacs are built to DmdurV ' V an " ' S P " Ct ' Cal t0 cnforce '" the production of a motor car. The watchword and the goal of those who design and bu,ld for Cad.llac ,r! one and the s.imc- fiow good and how enduring c an this car te made? ' . Small wonder that the car keeps its voi.tK and U, performance- far, /ar beyond {he norm"! S pa n . span THE GOLDEX AXXil'ERSARY And then there is its sound and enduring beamy Cadillac styling is a ,/<•«/»/>„;<•»/--with continuous improvement and refinement. Older Cadillacs of course, are not to be mistaken for the current ones- .mit, regardless of age, they nre still CaJi!l,ics—\n<\ arc distinguished and dignified in their own rights. And then, of course, there is the wonderful Cadillac name—which never loses its significance, no matter how old the car which bears it. for year and ni;e lor age, a Cadillac is always aside and apart from other cars. It is not unusual for a Cadillac to pass throuch four or live or even six different families-each one owning it with pride and driving it with pleasure. Think of this when yon buy yonr next car If von get a Cadillac-there can be no dom.r others will he eager to own it when it has served you the normal span. \\riy not come in—and see and drive this wonderful car? We'd be happy to welcome you any time! SULLIVAN-NELSON CHEVROLET CO J01 W*«f Walnut Phone 4578 Catholic Hour Preacher To Give Baccalaureate At State University FAYETTEVIU.E. Art.. nv t _ A preacher fcr radio's Catholic hour ivIIJ deliver the baccalaureate sermon at the University o[ Arkansas June 6. He is the Very Rev. James J. Mc- I.nrncy, professor a! fundamental theology nt the Dominican House of Philosophy. St. Joseph's Priory, Somerset. Ohio. Dr. John Tyler Culclwcll, new president of Die University, previously was .selected as commencement speaker. title of factor (master of nn estnle) !s a cowboy In a ki!2 He can't remember wearing anything else. There- ,ire other differences from America too. Cattle are not roped, for example, because Parliament thinks the practice Is cruel. And for Ihe samp, reason, no livestock Is branded. How nre they itlenti- fiort? Simple, the rnncher has them tattooed. ftepare Now tor Summer Priving with'66 Service! It's, time now to have your car checked at all the points listed above. Drive in today tor complete "66 Service". Your Phillips 66 Dealer has the knowledge and fine quality products needed to pn: your car in trim for summer He'll use reliable Phillips <°>6 Gear Oils and Greases. And he'll fill your car's crank-case n-ith ncu\ improved Phillips/ft? Heavy Oury Premium Motor Oil, the oil lhat tur flaxes recommendations of U.S. car makers for all cars, Get "66 Service" at the station where you see the famous orange and black Phillips 66 Shield, 9 Hear Rex Allen avd tht Sam «/ the Piixeeneter CB.S. S(e)o*r loctlpafurjor (itnt anct ilxiion. Get New, Improved Offers Cool Smartness At A Thrifty Price! Attention! Juniors! Mist*s! Women! DRESSES Values to 8.98! 5 98 FABRICS: Only rhii Summer's finest tissue sheers, Nylon sheers, batistes, voiles, chombroys ond embossed cottons! Plus many other novelty sheers! Smartest detailed styling! GAY COLORS! And styles specially created for any ag« group and in every size! Shown at right only one of the hundreds of delightfully different dresses! (Sketched: Junior- Size Embossed Cotton, 5.98) ALSO SEE GRABER'S EXCITING ARRAY OF SUMMER DRESSES, VALUES TO 10.98 . . . SIZES TO *"TOg FIT ANYONE! 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