The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 14, 1955 · Page 7
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BLITHEVIU/E (ARK.)' WRJRIBR KBWS PAGE 9BVBN Humanity on Threskold Of a New Kind of Health By ALTON L. BLAKESLEE Associated Press Science Reporter KANSAS CITY (AP) — A new kind of health is coming when every human being can achieve his greatest energy, enjoyment, creativity and spontaneity in "the great adventure of living," a scientist predicted today. This will be "creative health," he said in a talk prepared for the American Public Health Association's 83rd annual meeting. It will come as people win three new freedoms — freedom from drudgery, from killer diseases, and from ignorance — declared Dr. Fillmore H. Sanford, executive secretary of the American Psychological Association, Washington, D. c. By winning those freedoms, "we will gain the knowledge and the energy necessary to explore the limits of man's creativity and vitality, to find means whereby every man cannot only avoid disease and debilitation, but can rise to his own best level of energy and vigor, of spontaneity, of creativity, of enjoyment," he said. Fourth Phase Creative health will be a fourth phase of health, he said. First was "passive acceptance" when, for centuries, humans grimly trying to survive expected, health and early death. Second was the phase of cure, with man learning to patch himself up after being victimized by some force of nature. Third is the phase or prevention, coming' "as we learn more about the causes of debilitation and as there are more people around — professional and otherwise—who Student Wearing Teachers' Earrings NEW YORK (.ft—Mrs. Julie Hale, a Bronx school teacher, looked startled when 14-year-old Lydia Morales appeared in her classroom KEISER NEWS Rex Gould of Paragould visited Billie Zook over the weekend and Elaine Schnautz of New York and Arkansas State College visited Peggy Zook last weekend. Edward Watson, Sr,, Mrs. W. L. Anchline, Mrs. V. E. Harlen and Miss Tremalee Watson visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Watson and baby at Corinth, Miss., last weekend. Mrs. James Bowles entered Methodist Hospital in Memphis last Sunday where she will undergo surgery. Mrs. Bergie Clark is visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Veasman this week. wearing handsome diamond earrings. Mrs. Kale's home had been robbed last month of $800 in jewelry including a $300 pair of earrings. On closer inspection Lydia's earrings turned out to belong to the teacher. In Bronx magistrate's court, Lydia's mother, Mrs. Bertha Morales, was held in £2,000 on a charge of criminally receiving stolen property. Mrs. Morales said she bought the earrings for $20 from a man she did not know, and gave them to the girl to wear to school. The Keiser Parent-Teacher Association met Tuesday night in the high school auditorium. A program was presented by Mrs. J. T. Polk with the glee club presenting special music. "Is It Well with the Child in the School" was the talk given by the Rev. Deeton, pastor of the Baptist Church, Hostesses in the social hour were Mrs. Bob Crews, Mrs. Ruth Wooten, Mrs. E. M. Halsey and Mrs. Rex P. Davis. Mrs. Hayes McArthur of Lepanto visited friends here Tuesday. Mrs. Agbert Clark was honored with a miscellaneous shower Monday night att he home of Miss Peggy Brown. j Mrs. C. L. Nichols was in Mem- • Three tropical woods Immune to ravages of shipworms have been found. Their resistance .may be due to wood resins that poison the worms. Although wood may be chemically treated to prevent such attacks, the process is expensive. phis Monday where she underwent a check-up at Methodist Hospital. Billy Joe Bohannon of Osceola can take an active hand in developing human well-being." "Though we are not yet entirely passed through the phase of passive acceptance, and only really beginning to move from cure into prevention, there seem to be around a number of signs that the phase of creative health will soon be upon us." Dr. Sanford said it's his opinion that "health will become somewhat less a matter of urgency and more a matter of thoughtful organized planning;. It will become less a matter of life and death and more a matter of really living. . ." "We will be less concerned with maintaining sufficient health to stay out of bed, to keep up pro ductivity, to pass as normal, and more concerned with maintainini such a level of vitality that each human individual can have the best 01 all possible chances of pur suing, at his own unique and hr dividual peak of effectiveness, the great adventure of living." FREE BOOK—Gives Many Piles Facts Piles, Fistula, and other rectal disorders frequen tly ca use such common associated ailments as col- disorders, headaches, constipation, nervousness or stomach, liver and -bladder conditions, explained in new 40-page FREE BOOK. We also send reference list, including many satisfied patients here in town or nearby. Write today, Thornton spent" the weekend with his aunt'Minor Hospital, Suite 1172, 911 E. Mrs. Bill Nichols, and family. 'Limvood, Kansas City 9, Mo. Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Finds Healing Subttance That Does Both— Relieves Pain—Shrinks Hemorrhoids ffw. T*rk. N. Y. (S P «I.l) -For the first time science has found a new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids and to relieve pain—without surgery. In case after case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Most amazinp of all —results were t §» thorough that luffereri made "Piles astonishing statements like have ceased to be a problem!" The secret is a new healing substance (Bio-Dyne*) — discovery of • world-famous research institute. This substance is now available in suppository or ointment form under the name Preparation H.* At yo« druggist. Honey back guarantee. •Ew. D. 8. F*. OK. The Colossal In these days of wide inflation Which has spread our nation The thoughtless man may almost turn to drink! Where's the bargain hunter's clover? Is the day of values over? Just open up the faucet in your sink! Out will come your RUNNING WATER Maybe colder, maybe hotter; All you want, and under pressure too! At a bargain you are gazing For the price is most amazing If you take the time to think the matter though. For a penny, soak or shower For a quarter of an hour; It will wash away your smells and aches and ills. For a beer you pay a quarter. Even though you hadn't orter. A hundred drinks of water cost three mills! When it conies to sanitation, RUNNING WATER'S made our nation Hale and Hearty for the little that we've spent. And when you've got to go It is comforting to know That seven flushes cost you but a cent! Do you think that dirt is cheaper, Whether topsoil or the deeper? Just buy a ton and shudder at the blow. Don't get hot beneath the collar; Water's EIGHT TONS for a dollar! Here's your GLOSSAL BARGAIN — H20 Blytheville Water Co. "Water Is Your Cheapest Commodity" U.S. CofC Head to the Rescue TOKYO If)— You go ibroad and the first thing you know you are responsible for your country. When A. Boyd Campbell, Jackson, Mls«., president of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce via here last May for an International Chamber of Commerce meeting, he met Miss Seiko Sakamoto, who had a beef. The pretty 19-year-old student at Sacred Heart College told him she had received a pair of shoes from the United States, each of a different size. Thieves Use Victim's Truck SEEKONK, Mass. (If) — Thieves used their victim's own truck and hyrdaullc lifting equipment in stealing a 1,000-pound safe containing $9,000 from Bove Motors garage yesterday. Police said the thieves used a crane and two hydraulic jacks from the garage to lift the heavy safe onto a truck, also stolen from the garage. Campbell took them back with him and exchanged them In New York City. The new shoes have arrived. "And they fit, too," said Miss Sakamoto happily. Set Back Four Days BOSTON lit) — A television dealer went to a Texas Tower to install a TV set. The tower is a huge radar station In the process of completion 110 miles off Cape Cod. Darrei! Roberts expected to complete installation in two days but foul weather made it impossible for a tug to take him off for six days. Advance Police Work EAST MOLINE, 111. W) — When a pick-up order was broadcast for a driver accused of taking H. A. Inglish's car and $20, police found the man in jail on a charge of careless driving. Freight Train Crew Rescues Woman from Spot CATLETTSBURG,' Ky. UP)~ Mrs. ROcky Ward, 59, credited the crew of a freight train yesterday with saving her from possible long hours of torture. She ran in front of her car when it started to roll forward at her home near here Saturday and was pinned against, a flagpole. She was wedged between the car and pole for nearly an hour until the train came along and its crew rescued her. Her right leg was almost severed below the knee. Particular Intruders DALLAS, Tex. W) — Burglars who sneaked into the James Marsh home will be well dressed, well fed and on time. They stole 17 pieces of clothing, about S100 worth of cooking utensils and an alarm clock. Couldn't Vote But Paid Bet BUFFALO, N. Y. (/Pj—Stanley A. Buczkowski paid off an election bet by carrying Edward F. Cummings, 185 pounds, a mile and a half in a wheelbarrow. Bticzkoivski supported the losing candidate for sheriff. "The worst thing atioul it," said Buczkowski, ''is I couldn't even vote 200 Tablets 79C-100 Tablets 49C because I'm not old enough." K< H 18. The flying squirrel Is no homemaker. It will cheerfully approprl- at a home that has been tapped out of a tree by a hardworking woodpecker. People 60 to 80 Apply for Old Line Legal Reserve Life Insurance Kansas City. Mo.—If you are under 80. you can still apply for a $1,000 life insurance policy to help take care of final expenses without burdening your family. You handle the entire transaction by mail with OLD AMEEICAN of KANSAS CITY. No obligation. No one will call on you! Write today for free information. Simply mail postcard or letter (giving age) to Old American Ins. Co., 3 W. 9th, Dept. L1I03B. Kansa« City, Mo. THANK YOU Wish To Express My Sincerest Thanks And Deepest Gratitude to the People Of Blytheville, Who Voted For Me And Supported Me In My Successful Campaign For Mayor TOLER BUCHANAN

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