Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 25, 1970 · Page 4
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 4

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Wednesday, November 25, 1970
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fl«M M«MM, If, Man Victim of the Things He's Created By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (AP) -Jumping 60 conclusions: Neither too much wine nor the pains and pangs of old age bring out the worst in a man's personality as much as having to drive in crowded traffic when he's in a hurry to get somewhere. Yet man persists in making his inventions Ms gods —the automobile, the airplane, plastics, the computer—and in the end they may destroy him by making 'him too neurotic to endure. Already he is at the mercy of things he created to make his life more leisurely and comfortable. The dulltst conversation pot- sible this time of year is that between two suburbanites discussing the troubles they have getting to and from work in bad weather—and the new ways they plan to attack crabgrass next spring. One of the mysteries of life is why so many secretaries fall in love with their boss when they know so much more about him than his wife does. Experience It like a secondhand ear. You may regard it as valuable but you can never sell it at a profH to any on* els*. If you took th« words "stupid" and 'cool" out of the average teen-ager's vocabulary, he'd be half tongue4ied. A man who makes hi§ first million is never happy until he makes his second just to prove to -himself itfhat the first one wasn't all luck. A philosopher It • man who ithe longer he lives, feels the less he knows for sure—and therefore is wiling to learn from younger people who ar« more confident of (iheir wisdom. One of the troubles wHh telling your troubles is that half the people you tell them to don't give a hoot, and the other half are glad you finally got your comeuppance. Things could be worse. If men wore antlers like moose, it would be even more of a nuisance riding to work by bus or subway. A successful bachelor is a guy who can give three girls lingerie for Christmas and still stay free. There is plenty to be grateful for this Thanksgiving Day. For example, in a noisy world half the pianos in America bought by parents to instill music in their children relapse into silence within six months and become simply pieces of living room furniture. The only sounds they make are When they're dusted. Children Can Phone Santa CLARINDA — Before he packs up his sleigh this year, Santa will be listening personally to hints from youngsters about what they'd like to find under their Christmas tree. Just by dialing 542-2113 (area code 712), • youngster will hear Santa answer the telephone from his North Pole home. In case he's busy, Mrs. Santa may take the call. "Santa's Ansering Service," a project of the patients at the Clarinda Mental Health Institute, will be in operation from 10 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Dec. 15 to 23. Patients selected by doctors and staff of the hospital will be on the phone lines. The Clarinda Lions Club will provide back-up services and the patients will at all times be supervised by hospital employees. The telephones for "Santa" have been donated to the project by the Clarinda office of General Telephone. Teachers or club leaders who wish to have a group of youngsters call Santa all at one time are asked to contact Lyle Ridnour of the Activity Therapies Department at the institute to arrange a time. "Santa's Ansoring Service" is a volunteer project of the patients of the hospital, and it has no funds for accepting collect long distance call*. 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