The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 21, 1950 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BT.ynravn.LE <ARK.> COURIER NEWS The Mature WEDNESDAY, JUNE tt, 19W (Htre'i the third of 10 artlcln by the executive director of The Children's YIHacr. famed training: community tor undisciplined and unadjusted boys, which give a new perspective on relationship« between the normal child and his normal parent.) By HAROLD V. STRONG Wrttlen for NKA Service The desire of parents to see their children excel is a natrual one But when it fs linked to a drive to make up (or our own failures through the success of our children, it can destroy their chances for self-fulfillment. A handsome boy who had been expelled from Isvo schools for habitual lying played right field on our baseball team. The* day his father paid an unexpected visit to see him play, he lost the game. I knew why when we met him coming off the field and his father ssked: "Why did you wrlle me you were pitching this game, instead of playing right field?" Far years this boy had lived in dally dread or disappointing his father's ambitions to have him outshine others. The father v/ns in his 40's. and had never recovered from the loss of a prosperous business. The life goals he had accepted as a young man In the booming 20's were as valid to him as they had ever been. Marriage, fatherhood and business reverses had left him where they found him. When I said to him, "We ran play only one game at a time and we can't all pitch It," his quick answer was: "When I was 29, 1 was making $8000 » year." The only standards we can safely demand of our youngsters are moral ones. If we place these above all other values of achievement, they will accept them. And if our village boy's father had understood this, our young rlpM fielder would never have felt the.need to hide the fact ho was not the pitcher. Our Village lad learned to lell the truth when we finally' convinced him that we thought thai a good right fielder was a more successful human being than » poor pitcher. Today he's supporting his father with a thriving garage business. The attitude our children take toward academic or social success and failure — not the success or failure itself—should be our prime concern. Tomorrow: We're overrating youth and underrating maturity. Movie Players Study for Degree LOS ANGELKS, June 21. (JP) — Movie players are studying for college degrees while they work before the cameras under a new film d us try-board of education plan. Two Paramount, starlets . Jean Ruth, 22. and AHene Stanley, 21 registered yesterday at Los Angeles City College for summer courses which will give them university credits. Vnnessa Brown, 22, of the same studio, was graduated last year from UCI..A but it took her five years of study while working In 23 films, without assistance of the new plan. Miss Terry Moore. 21, and Jerome Courtland, 23, and Dairy] Hickman, 19, all from Columbia studio, and Roddy McDowell. 21. of 20lh Century-Fox, al.so have registered at LACC. Shirley Temple, Ann Biyln, Jimmy Best and Anthony Curtis of Universal-Inter nation studio, plan to register later, "" Binq Back; Talks On New Picture HOLLYWOOD, June 21. (/P) — BIng Crosby, back from Europe, has a date with his movie studio today to discuss his next picture. He probably will also do some more radio recordings, tiien plans to vacation at his ranch at Elko, Nev. Returning by train yesterday after hts golfing and travelling In 'Europe, the crooner eluded the press and' public by detraining at a suburban station. Presumably he had a reunion with his wite, Dixie, and four sons. Both Crosby and his wife have denied reports of marital trouble. The United Slates has about two billion acres of land of which about half is in farms. Battle Orders Come From Bible RANGOON, Burma, June 21. (IP, —Rebellious Karen tribesmen got their battle order from the Bible today. Karen lender Saw San Kay, whose largely Christian forces arc nmong the strongest opponents of the Burmese government's Buddhist troops, broadcast this instruction in the Irrawaddy River delta: "Please read Deuteronomy, chapter seven." In that old testament chapter Moses told the Israelites to "smite" their enemies and "utterly destroy (hem," to "make no covenant with them, nor show mercy unto them. WILSON NEWS By Mrs. B. F. Boy leg NOTICE Notice ts hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Commissioner or Revenues of the Stale of Arkansas lor permit to sell and dispense beer at retail on the premises described as 108 E. Nfain, Blytherille, Mississippi Cminiy. The undersigned states that he is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he ha.s never been convicted o[ a felony or oilier crime Involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by the undersigned has heen revoked within five years last past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws ol this state, or any other state, relative to the sale of alcoholic liquois. Application Is for permit to be issued for operation beginning on the 1 dny of July'1950, and to expire on he 30 day of June, 1051. Minnie J. Thrallklll Subscribed and sworn to before me this 20 day of June 1950. Mrs. Marshall Blackard Notary Public My Commission expires: :i;9'53. 6-21-50 Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Brandon Jr., have returned home' after a two weeks motor trip through Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Oleon* McDaniel have returned to their home ill Chl- I cago after visiting in the home o! I Mr. McDaniel's brother' .Arnold McDaniel and family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Armstrong returned home Saturday after spending a week in Key West, Fin. Mr. and Mrs. Prank McDonald are In Chicago this week. Mr. and Mrs. Bob saylor and children of Jackson, Miss., were the weekend guests of Mrs. Saylor's aunt Mrs. John p^noch and family. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Traylor and daughters Misses Mary and Martha were in Hattisburg, Miss, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles flyals of Lake Providence, La. .spent the week end with his parents Mrs. J. E. Ryals and family. Mrs. J. M. Adams and daughter Jeane of Knoxvllle, Tcnn., and Mrs. L. p. Johnson of Cameron. Okla., are guests in the home of their sister Mrs. L. T. Stotts and Mr. Stotti. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Howingum are visiting Mr. Howington's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Howington in St. Louis. They plan to be gone a week. SK3 Eugene LaRue son of Mrs Lillian LaRue has returned to San Diego, Calif., after spending 51 [lays with his family. Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Boyles of Marked Tree were the gtlesls of his brother Bufbrd Boyles and family Monday night. For Expert Laundry and Dry Cleaning—Call 4474 •ETTER LAUNDRY NU-WA '^felt /ffW *T~~ }*'*!..- fflifa >v 1 \.-t\?/%*?M &/ There are few stronger urges in the human breast than that which grows out of the desire to stand well among our fellow beings. And around this great basic emotion lies much of the appeal of 3 Cadillac car. Alight from your Cadillac anywhere you will, in the presence of people, and certain splendid deductions are immediately made about you. h could not be otherwise-for the wonderful people who own th,s car have made it so. In every community in America, a preponderant proportion of the leading citizens have long since turned to Cadillac. _ Out of this close association, the car ha.s partaken of the character of its owners until it has now become their symbol. It is recognized throughout the world as the all but automatic companion to outstanding personal success. The genesis of all this, of course, is quality. For almost fifty years, Cadillac cars have been built to the highest standards it is practical to enforce in the production of a. motor car. And people of achievement and discernment have sought them out as water seeks its level. Today, Cadillac stands uniquely alone in the things it reflects upon its owner. It all but writes his bbgraphyl Have you thought of a Cadillac car for yourself? If so, why not come in and talk it over? II't think you'd b( surprise,! and delighted at how easy and practical it hat now become to j n i,, the wonderful people who own and dricc this wonderful car. SULLIVAN-NELSON CHEVROLET CO. 301 W«»t Walnut Phon. 578 MONEY DOWN! Newer ,1.)'} CUBIC FEET OF SAFE COLD CLEAR TO THE FLOOR THAT'S A COMBINATION YOU JUST CAN'T BEAT! Yes, now you can huy this terrific Cool- eralor Electric Refrigerator for only $189.95 and NO MONEY DOWN I And that's only one of the many models of Coolerator refrigerators that you can choose from.. .as well as electric ranges and home freezers. Don't put it off any longer—start enjoying your new appliances now...with NO MONEY DOWN! NO MONEY DOWN ON COOLERATOR REFRIGERATORS - RANGES - FREEZERS 306-310 E. Main FURNITURE CO. Phone 2660

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