The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 23, 1949 · Page 16
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 16

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 23, 1949
Page 16
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PAGE SIXTEEN BLYTHEVl'LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 19,19 THf NATION TODAY— International Hews Puts Chill On Peoples in All Nations as They Plan Yuletide Observance Jj - Hy James Murlonr WASHINGTON, Dec. 23. (fl'>—H slioppcrs, hurrying home in the 'past 2-1 hours to get ready for the peace of Christmas, looked at the newspaper headlines they must have felt a chill of uneasiness. • ?*or, side by side with t^lo.s of B jolly yuictidc, were stories that told of a reality which Is here now and will be here foj- a long time after this Chrisinms and its merry bells ure forgotten. These stories, gathered from thefr — comers of the earth, explain p;tcli' In Its own way, and coldly, simply broadcast. They were, .stumped with the letter "F," .symbol of the EnsL by being factual reports of evirnt.s, German "freedom movement." . . . how the world this Christmas is NKW YORK — Secretary of De- divided into t\vo nri'ipd camps. rc . Ilsl! j l>n moti warned against Any one of tho.^c stories, if told j "jjeniinv-pmchins 1 ' of out- alone, might seem a gloomy item. | j ai-S jj f , ^3 t nc nation's watch- Bunched together, the sloris*s make ,a picture of a world whero any Santa Clans has to be looked at 'against a dark cloud. -, Here are some of the stories strung together: WASHINGTON — Military scientists are considering Hie possibility ol planting robot rlectroute "saboteurs" in an enemy city to stepr guided missiles to a target . . . i man said "in an aye WASHINGTON --- The United States hfis re«ched ".sul^tnntially complete agreement" with its Wcs- < tern European allies on the exact weapons each of them will receive under the $1.000,000,000 American arms aid program . . . PARIS -— French communists. were' busy yesterday v/ith a cam- ] paign to sabotage American arms j aid to Prance and the Notlh At-| lantic pact. Thousands of leaflets j urged French troops to refuse guns, [ planes and tanks and other arms ! which begin arriving .s o o n EI t j French ports, Said the leaflets: i "Wall Street war mongers ate plan- j ning another v. - a.r which they will j fight with American tanks • and French bodies." . . . CrflNA — Red China's armies, near^nj? the end of H year in which they have all but blovrn the nationalists off the mainland, yesterday ^talked their enemy for knockout blows in the West and South . . MOSCOW — At the celebration of Joseph MnHn's 70th birthday, Mao/rze-Tung, leader of the Chinese Communists, hailed Stalin ns £"teacher and friend of the [jeoplc $*of the entire world." And V. M. Molotov, former foroifjti minis tor nnd' a powerful member of I he j Politburo, lashed out at Premier j Marshal Tito and lii.s aides in ', . Yugoslavia as a "gang of hired j murderers and spies in the service of "foreign imperialists- 1 ' 1 lie said Titf>£> days are numbered, and be said^ "ruling eirc-ie.s of tin: United States and Great Britain arc fev- erislilv preparing for a new war, 1 ' . . YUGOSLAVIA — Yugoslavia a yeaif ago displayed pictures of Sta- lin!'a.s big as any. but, yesterday that country, an outcast from the ! comlnforin, accused Russian leaders of '^counter-revolutionary" propa- GJbttlANY — In Eastern Berlin, he tit by the Russians. anLi-.So\ r iet leaflets calling Stalin the "greatest slaveowner of mankind" were word must be "military security, economy Kciroud." He suid tlie U. -S. must liave an ujr-to- date fighting force in bMiiR, rapidly c-nl;ii}?iMhIf: m wiulinic, capable, in concert wjlh our naturrt! a LI IPS, of defeating a potential enemy." He didn't mention Riussla . • . WASHINGTON — Also without mentioning Kus-sin, rrc.siitent Tru- peace Child Psychology Entirely a Product Of the Mental-Minded 20th Century David Taylor Msrke inct, (hey say, «err roirrrrncil "'III j'r<ss Kilucalton Writrr Hie physiinl ivclMirini nf Oic i-hilil. By Child guidance, measured In years, is a comparatively new *rlciu-e. Its bcfcinninRs cannot be Iniccd back farther lhan 50 years, and HS i>- science II I.s certainly no more than 3D years old. Grandparents still can recall how they merely followed mother's way in the bringing "P children. Junior know he was jmrl of « family. Hut he d:d not expect, nor did he receive, any particular attention. For an expln nation of the development of child guidance, we wont to Trachers College, Columbia University. Hern. Drs. Percival M. Symonds. Emma ID. Shceh', Charlotte Del Solar and Gertrude DrisroU, specialists In child guidance and development, supplied son e or the aiuwers. The firs! theories of child guld- No attempt ivas nwtie to trrat i as nn Individual, but rather as Impersonally as a vegetable- radiologist.'; were n ore concerned with advising parents as to techniques In EetUilR a child In do something than in determining '"> w " !e chlld felt about U. At Nile as IMS jiarrnis were taught U was silly to show iliililrl-n loo much affcrliun. T.'ie child was to l>e considered Intellectually mature. He uas to be treated as a adult. Pediatricians treated | mu.sL he jnntf-cled, we must resort. to onr own strcnKth to hold ng- yre.ssiDn at buy." He .said "until the captive peoples of the world emerge fro m darkness, they cannot see the hand we hold out in friendship. While they arc made to respond to our handclasp wilh a mailed fisi, svc have no choice but to stand ready in .self-defense." child a.s a mechanical item with j f| develops certain skills when lie is ready for them. He is not to be forced. Once a^ain. too, grandparents' way 01 refusing to accept as gospel what is read in various -sources, Is back. We are tempering book knowledge with common sense, fitting actions to specific situations. Today, the mosl Important duly of mother Is to show her child every token of IOVL- and al feel Ion. We know, now, personality development in children depends oil the warmth of love and intimate contacts afforded by parents. \Vhal can we prrdU'f for child j guitUnte in the next fifty years'.' I Our experts say the field is developing to the point where a set ot principle,'; is evolving. These will help .school teachers fuse ideas and ntcgrale procedures toward an ef- ' families, Also, young mothers will lind more sources capable of assisting her. Finally, parents will pay more attention to the little things in a child's life, all of which will tend to influence a child's personality. Read courier News Want Arts the parent idly to schedules he would set, instead of irentlnK the child actord- iiiR to liis needs. The result was, these experts say, of conflict between parents' intuitive feelings on ehLid care and actions prescribed by specialists. Also, this led to lots of problem children. The oM cliche, "Von can lead a to water, but you can't make him drink," has a direct bearing on how, 1 children are being brought up today Junior, as an immature heing 'ectivc s ram based on the Indi- vicinal child. People will do more of their own thinktnp, breaking away from systems and bringing judgment to bear on immediate sit- ua'ions! Tf this happens, they say, people might really grow into ina- lurty. Fathers will participate more in cliiJd rearing. A.s grciuor numbers of people live (o ripe old aijos, we will have the impact of se\ei;il generations on the child. This should lead to better relationships hot 1 * ten children and SAVE MONEY GUARANTEED SHOE REPAIR H-fl QOHLIT RS HO€ SHO M«'l N ST, Astigmatism is H detect in the Metal has replaced glass to eye which causes blurs In parts of large extent In the construction "•- ••'•'—• I many television receiving tubes tlia vision. m This is the season of good will to be shared by nev/ friends and old. It i> in this spirit that we extend our sincerest wishes for a very merry Christmas to all. JOE ATKINS MACHINE SHOP Once again M v ChntOrncn . . . May K bring you peace, good health "M happi- tbe R. C. FARR & SON Distributor — Phillips Petroleum Co. The Yuletide season with its multitude of joys and manifestations of good cheer, is with us again. Once more it offers us the opportunity to set aside the routine of every-day business and in real sincerity wish all 'our friends the blessings of A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Razorback Drive-In \ *-

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