The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 27, 1950 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 27, 1950
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PAGE T\VO BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COT TRIER NEWS TUESDAY, JUNE J7,I9W I The Mature Parent: pll^chiSnL Living (Here's the eighth of 10 articles by the executive director of The Children's Village, famed 1 (raining community for undisciplined and unadjusted boys, which give x new perspective on relationships between the normal child and his normal parent.) By HAROLD F. STRONG Written for NBA Service The prime function of parental love Is to prepare children to understand and deal with the realities of the world they live in. One biff reality of that world Is that suffering is a consequence of wrongdoing. If we love our youngsters, we will help them learn this fact as soon as possible. The more we love, the more careful we will be that our children pay the small penalty for the small misdeed. That is how we will teach them to avoid the big penalties for the big misdeeds. We do our young people a grave Injustice when from a misguided sense of affection we try to box them away from hurt and disappointment in an unreal world of perpetual happiness and joy. Suffering for wrong-doing Is as essential to our children's growth as gaining for right-doing. We will not Impair our child's "emotional security" when we sec to It that he loses by doing what he should not do. Perhaps no generation has been so Intent on achieving one form or another of "security" as our own. While It Is wise to provide as well as we can against the hazards t-i life, our desire for "security" should not be allowed to develop Into morbid and unwholesome dread of suffering or deprivation. In desiring "emotional security" for our youngsters, we should be sure that It Is not protection against life Itself that we desire for them. Otherwise, we may make (.he serious mistake of trying to insulate them against the very experiences that will prove to them their own resources for overcoming their problems, Your child's emotional security Is In direct ratio to (he number of times he is able to do the right thing. There Is nothing mysterious about it. Your contribution to his security Is your confidence In his ability to do It. Tomorrow: A parent" fs (lie buck to his child. National Symphony Plans to Use Cannon in 'Overture of 78/2' By Bill Koss WASHINGTON, June 21 —W— The United States military assistance program today broadened Its scope. The Army loaned four cannon to the National Symphony Orchestra. Howard Mitchell, who directs the symphony, asked for the artillery. There was no Indication that he plans to wage war on music critics. Instead, the youthful maestro said he intends to use the field pieces to inject "realism" into his conducting of a musical composition — Tschaikowsky's "Overture, 1812." The National Symphony will perform the famed "1812" on July 5 as a special tribute to the Washington sesquicentcnnlal observing the 150th birthday of the capitol city. Mitchell said he'll use the cannon as "part of the percussion section" of his orchestra for the performance. He pointed out that Tschai- kowsky's orginal score .calls for a volley of cannon as a grand finale to the composition. • Not To Be Ouldone So not to be outdone by the Russians of a hundred years ago— who loaned Tschaikowsky his artillery'—the Army agreed to go tlong with Mitchell. Four cannon and the necessary cannoneers form nearby Ft. Myer were assigned to tho "Operation Symphony." The military has held several strategy conferences, Mitchell reported, and it looks ns though the project will work out. But Mitchell also admitted that i few tactical problems still must be solved. For instance: Where can they set up the guns to keep the blast from blowing the audience out of their seats? And can they be sure that the cannon will be fired at the right time? ^elitchell at first wanted the • tilifs|y set up on %\ barge behincl^il orchestra—wl ich will perform on floating stage 'at the Watergate Stadium on the Potomac River. But the Army said no to tills. Concussion from tile cannon fire might sink not only the barge but the entire orchestra as well, artillery experts said. And the conductor—remembering Tschnikowsky's Bad experience — confessed to a mild case of jitters whether the cannon would fire on cue. 4» When the Rus-slnn composer con- ucted the premier of his symphony i Moscow, the artillery broke up ic concert and almost caused a anlc. The guns, It seems, just kept ring. . .and firing. . ,and firing ntil long after the musEc stopped. 'ease Porridge Hot; •cose Porridge Cold; Waldorf Employes Stew NEW YORK, June 7. (/!>)—Pease lorridge hot was almost pease por- Irige cold last night after a kitchen irisis at the big Waldorf-Astoria rotcl held up dinner preparations or an hour. There was plenty of simmering ind sizzling, but it was up to the .hlrd floor ballroom instead of in -he pots and pans. About SCO kitchen employes were here holding a grievance meeting DII summer lay-offs. Both the hotel and AFIj union officials urged the workers to man :helr posts^withoub much result until one hotel executive agreed to sit down and talk over grievances on the spot. Then the soup was warmed up again and dinner was served—just a bit late. A lead pencil contains no lead, but rather a mixture of graphite and clay. •"-•"i--;^ 1 •• "-^ja^^g-^" -^-..TT-.,- i- - ^J^^^^^^^-it^ f \ » EUROPEAN CHIEF — Lieut- Gen, Manton Sprngue Eddy has been named by President Truman to be commanding general of United Slates Army forces in Europe. The U.S. Pish and Wildlife Service says there is .some evidetiC' roscfish migrate considerable distances, Sears Keeps Up With Atomic Age CHICAGO, June 27. f/P) — Thit •enerable institution, the Scars, Roebuck catalog, has Jumped right into the atomic age. I Tn the new frill find winter book, now in the malls, the company offers for the first time a gelgcr counter, which it describes as "the finest instrument of its type for uranium prospecting." The price Is $40.50. Wear It In your belt. . . . carry it like a lunch pail. . . . It's the atomic age 'super sniffer,'" Sears says. It adds, the counter "nose. 1 ; out radioactive ore deposits wherever radiation reaches surface or ground." Arctic Forces U. S. Radio Out OTTAWA, June 27. W'(—Poor radio conditions in the Arctic are forcing the Untied Stales and Canada lo abandon their $50.000,000 chain of "I/oran" (long range) radio navigation stations In the far north. Defense Minister Brooke Claxton told the house of commons yesterday that results did not justify "tremendous" peacetime expense of the system, set. up after world war two. Claxloll indicated the system. al- ready successful in .southern areas for navigation of ships and aircraft, still might be used in the Arctic in the event of war. 28 Die in Crash Of Skymastcr PERTH, Australia, June 27. Twenty-eight persons Including two Infants died last night In the crash of an Australian National Airways Skymaster 50 mites from Perth. It was \vcst Australia's worst air disaster. The sole survivor, Edgfir W, Forward, 67-year-old Australian engineer—was found dazed and badly burned an hour after the crash. The wreckngc of the plane still blazed three hours after It plunged into dense bush country. The largest unfenc*d herds of Buffalo are in the Houserock Valley, north of the Grand Canyon, in Arizona. Reds Stage Small Rtot in Cuba SANTIAGO, Cuba, June 27. 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