Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 21, 1962 · Page 11
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 11

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, June 21, 1962
Page 11
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fhursday Evening June 21,1962. togansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Eleven: Scientific Study of Just People NEW YORK (UP!) - The person who merely accumulates possessions is a type unto himself, said Dr. Richard H. Phillips, whose scientific field is people. He is not a saver. Thrift has nothing -to do with it. He is not a hoarder. Hoarders ward off fears with possessions. Nor is he 8 collector. Collections holster the minds of collectors. The accumulator, said Phillips, is basically an indecisive person. He won't commit himself to a clear, realistic understanding of himself — 'and this accounts for his special attitude toward pos sessions. Accumulators are common among people; hence the scientific interest in Phillips' efforts to say what makes them tick. He was adding a new term to the scientific vocabulary, by the way. Theretofore science has not distinguished accumulators from collectors. Collectors Are Different Accumulators may confuse you by calling themselves collectors but they're entirely different. "The collector is disturbed by empty spaces which ought to be filled," Phillips said "the accumulator is plagued by full spaces which ought to be emptied." Collectors take great pride in their collections which have been carefully chosen and classified, with each item somehow related to all the others. An accumulator's accumulation is a hodge podge which has been "acquired and retained with a real avoidance of any kind of definitive thinking:" And his "relationship to his objects is not one of pride and pleasure but rather one of displeasure and mild shame. He rarely exhibits his objects. Instead he attempts to hide them in the attic, cellar, closet or garage." Meanwhile, he is excusing himself to himself by trying to believe that "one day these things may come in handy." Displeased With Accumulation The accumulator is displeased with his accumulation because il is a nuisance, Phillips went on His sense of shame comes from the suspicion that he is being foolish or that other people will think the accumulating of useless objects is "peculiar." "There is in the possessions which any individual acquires and retains an element of self- definition," Phillips said in re porting his work to the American Medical Association. "In classifying an object as 'appropriate-tome' or 'inappropriate-to-me' he commits himself. Each time a person throws something away or actively acquires something new Jie is operating in terms of his self-concept." Shaky Self-Concept And that's the trouble with accumulators — they have a shaky self-concept at best, and so they can't make up their minds to throw away possessions which are no longer useful or refrain from taking on new possessions for which they have iio use. He recalled that when Mahatma Ghandi died his posses sions amounted only (o a watch, spectacles, sandals, two books, a pitcher, three figurines, a knife, two bowls and two spoons. "And Ghandi was certainly one of the most simply, clearly and completely self-defined men in the history of mankind," said Phillips who is a member of the faculty of the State University of New York at Syracuse. • INDIANA ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE COMMISSION »11 STATE OFFICE BUILDING INDIANAPOLIS I.IIOAT, NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice is hereby given that the Ijocal Alcoholic Beverage Board or Cass County, Indiana, will, at 10 a.m. on the 16 day of July 1962, at the North Court Room Court House, in the City ot Lo- Bransport, Indiana in sale! County, begin Investigation o£ the applications of the following named persons, requesting- the IHSUB to the applicants, at the locations hereinafter set out, o£. the Alcoholic Beverage Permits of the classes hereinafter designatet and will, a,t said time and place receive information concerning the fitness of aald applicants und the propriety of Issuing the permits applied for to such applicants at the premises named Fred P. Kra.ni (Drug Store) Tjiquor, & "Wine Dealers, 328 330 E. Market-St., Logansport Indiana. , Central Drug Co., Inc., by 'George Klmbrough, Pros., 114-13th St. Ijogansport, Indiana (Drug Store-) Liquor .Dealers, 401 'E Broadway St., Log-ansport, In rllana. SAID INVESTIGATION WITJ BK OPEN TO THE PUBLIC,, AND PUBLIC PARTICIPATION IS RE QUESTED. INDIANA. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE COMMISSION By W. F. CONDON Executive Secr&tary JOE A. HARRIS Chairman REQUESTS TAX CUT WASHINGTON (UP-I) -AFL- CIO President George Meany has urged President Kennedy to as! Congress for an immediate tax cut, which would be concentrated in the low income .bracket. Meany said a reduction in in come taxes was "vitally essentia to avoid slowing the rate of econ omic growth." His proposal cami in the form of a memorandum to Kennedy that was made public on Wednesday. Read the Want Ads! GUARANTEE F QUALITY FRESH BOSTON BUTTS U.S. GOV'T. INSPECTED, TOP QUALITY—4 TO 14-LB. AVG. Pork Roast 39' Fancy Turkeys, 39 "SUPER-RIGHT" COME SEE YOU'LL SAVE AT A&P! Ground Beef CUT AND WRAPPED FREE WHOLE LB. ENJOY COFFEE MILL FLAVOR! MESH-GROUND FLAVOR YOU CANT GET IN A CAN TRY IT HOT OR ICED! 1-LB. BAG 3-LB. BAG Kith emJ JuH-loA'ttt , RED CIRCLE 1-LB. CQ-, 3-LB. | 74 BAG JJ*» BAG *•' * VfBoroui and W/ntjr BOKAR £ BG -63c sji*3 Stewing Beef BONELESS ... LB. 59c Chuck RoaSt ARMCUT. . ........ LB. 43C Spare Ribs LB. 49c •SCClHVer SELECT SLICED ......... LB. JwC W m^ m WMULfc *%4% c Beet Forequarters LB 39' 39< FROZEN FILLETS . . LB. CAP'N. JOHN'S—HEAT & SERVE Fish Sticks 10-OZ. 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