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April 16, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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w«dn««« r , April Debunks Psychoanalysis As Treatment For "The Vapors"; Suggests Gardening Br DOROTHV ROE (AP Women's Editor) Aunt Hcttie used to call it 'the [g vapors" when periodically she decided life was loo much and retreated to her couch with a supply of cologne, chocolates and French novels. Today A u n t Hetlie would hi? diagnosed as suffering from "psychosomatic" ills, and mighl lurn to psychoanalysis to cure her vague aches and pains. I Andrew Sailer, well known New · York practicing psychologist. Sailer, whose book, "The Case i Agajncl Psychoanalysis," is published this week, has stirred up previous flurries in Freudian circles with numerous scientific articles and a former book, "Condi- ! tioned Reflex Therapy." | first husband, Dr. Peter Lindslrom May Be Billlousness j J" » 'etlor confessing ^hcr love for Saltcr feels strongly, about the current vogue for rushing to a , psychoanalyst. Even if you do feel And even if Hettie were a nor- | down in the dumps, he says, it , mal, healthy woman when she may not be because you hated j a . n a f f i d a v i t as Lindstrom began a first visited her analyst, she | your mother; it may be the result | ''£,"'. ( ° keep their daughter, Jen- would be pretty certain to have j of a slight touch nf hilliousncss. People who have too much time a : on their hands are the ones most likely to turn to psychoanalysis in search of perfect happiness, says Sailer. Discussing "psychosomatic" ills, Sailer admits (hat many physical ailments stem from mental upsets. A few such manifestations include ulcers, shineles, high blood pressure and migrnine. But he doesn't believe the cure-. for these ' i l l s is lying on an analyst's cour-h Uvo or Ihree limes The old-fashioned counlry doc- Bing Crosby. Family Theater. THEN I WANT VOU TO GO RI5HT OVER AND APOLOGUE TO MR. WOODLEY HECK.' WHATS 7 MOT WRONG WrTW MV /UNIQUE STYLE? ITfe REAL EXPRESSIVE AND I NOT IT DOeSNT WRINKLE MVCOAT 6Q DOT VIEW. WE FIGURE IP 1OU OFFER HIM A JOB, HIS AGENT WILL SHOW UP. WE WANT THAT TELEVISION, SO 1OU CAN VES, TONSILS. SOUR VOCE IS REACr/ BUT SOUP GESTURES APE cmje? etc SNGEJK thriving neurosis by couple of years of treatments, say a week for several years. "Practical Psychiatry" his "bedside manner," probably was just as skilled at psychotherapy as some of our high-priced experts of today, says THINK HARD - NOW ! WOW *DO VOU SPELL-WE WORD "SHOE"? Chew Wrigley't Spetrmint Gum. Helps relieve monotony, boredom. Mikes time pais pleasantly. You f«l better -do better. OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams LOOK AT THE WEIGH! WELL.TH' RIDE TIRED SOU SO YC CAW JUMP IM BEPAN I'VE LOST TOPAYOK: THAT J/GOIM' JACK AMP I'M GOIMG TO SO RlfiHT TD SLEEP FIGHT TO KEEP IT OFF NOTBETEMPTEP UNSADDLE FOR ME DON'T PARE PASS TH «*MAl*l | OH...VK, A WIN ewYuWPINS- TWHWtt WAIT A MINUTE! WF F*H ifESTOtrMY, \TtWtt KIM! I WMTS THII CIUTCH TMIICO MM GOING TOWARD THf Uwl.JAaiVXJTM OWN' HUM ALMOST TOTH' Loll WELU...UMPIN6, -"^ f WOW, OKAX HERE'S CK;NO\V DWELLINGS boise,rranai HAVE BEEN OCCUPIED COPIED THE ENTIRE BIBLE IN LOW HAND/ Y'ME AM TO SAY \YUP.' HE'S SOT A SOMEONE WILL PRICE ON HIS RW GOOD HARD/HEAD IN EVERY CASH FOR THI9 /MINERS'CAMP LUMPA CLAV? I IN CALIFORNY/ . WHO., WHA.TCHA HE'S WORTH 1 KNOW. WOOF, WOOf ABOUT TEN \WOOf!rHISeuv'S THOUSAND \ANUGGETON GOLD TO WHO-) TH' HOOF: EVER BRINGS 'IM IN/ ' «,( \ . I PRIVATE LIFE OF BUCK XtfiW/AC 7HROU6i TUCWWT TO fJVfS rHE /JM/VOV WCHUl AHCa AMD DAISY M*£ -IN N. y., A cvsr,.usv/s//£D CAR TOQfJIST HAS A VISITOR SHE'S OWING VS-SORE.BOSS." ME CRAZY.? I Y-VOtM \VDBD EOUN-MAMW \ IS UW.'.'AFTER V THf. --t ( D f W T H C PUBLIC.', P-PUBLIC \ MV STUPID GIRL MMAHMD 7 FRIEND ISA roSDICK IT, rl/rAH!.' NOW THAT HE'f DOSS.'. r ) I MAPWIED-SHE WANTS ME TD MARW HVtfi BOSS.7 HOV THOUGHTFUL OP VOU TO IKJ AT n. A.M..'/ *O JCH.MOU R/CVT WHV DO MX) GET FEARLESS rOSD MARRIED? FOSDICK.'.'- IM TIME TO APPEAR IN TOMORROW'S 'ALL.VOUOVKN THESTWP. ALL iVt EVER DOME WAS ORIGINATE, IT. AMD DRAW IT ALL MV L-L1FE// in MR ooct ind took ih«t tign literally. I'm juri livioi for ibc day ht CMM tack)" Ingrfd Bergman's Letter To Undsfrom, Telling Of Rossellini, Filed In Court Los Angeles-(fl;-"H wts not my intention to fall in lo- e and go to Italy forever. After all our plans and dreams, you know t h a t is true But how can I help it or change it?" So '.vrolc Ingrid Bergman to her noberl Rossellini, the Italian movie director. The letter, dated April 3, 1949, was Tiled in court yesterday with ny Ann, 13, from visiting the actress in Italy this summer. "I kno'.v how this letter falls like a bomb on our house . . . Our lulure, our past, so filled with sacrifice and help on your part"" Miss Bergman wrote. "And now you stand alone in the ruins and I am unable to help you." Miss Bergman had a c h i l d by Rossellini after she went lo Italy lo make a film for him. Three months later he announced they had been married by proxy in Mexico, after she had obtained a mail order divorce. Dr. Lindstrom received a divorce here November 2, 1950, with the custody of J,cnny Ann. ' The actress had ,-sked for Jenny Ann's visit sometime after July 15, the date she is expecting i second child by Rossellini. Sti' perioi- Judge Mildred Lillie con- linued the case until June 2 and said she intends to queslion Jenny Ann about her feelings on th« proposed visit. Dr. Heerwagen And Companion Help In Tornado Area In a letter rt-cently received by Mr. and Mrs. Paul Heerwagert from their son, Paul, Jr.,- in Little Hock, he tells of accompanying Drew Agar lo the Arkansas tornado area, the two being the first doctors to arrive for emergency duty with the Red Cross in'Searcy. Reporting-to the Red Cross after Is first appeal for medical aid, ·leenvagen and Agar were sent to Augusta, traveling through Searcy and Judsonia, The letter reads, 'telephone lines and poles Were down, buildings flattened and a )ig trailer truck hlowri over." After reaching Bald Knob they earned that the storm' had not truck Augusta and that most of | the injured had been taken to Sailer, explaining: "The counlry riocior managed j Searc y hospitals, lo reassure his patients if he had Back ln Searcy they found that not only the hospitals but a successful bedside manner. This | gave them confidence, which had definite physical resullK. It stimulated their adrenal and pituitary dsi and all of a sudden they belter. That's practical psychiatry." For women who use psychoanalysis as a never-ending tonic for conversation, he has this advice: "Take up gardening, golf or child-raising. It will do you more good, and k^cp you too busy to about yourself." On The Radio York-W'J-On Ihe air lo- Halls of Ivy; 7:30, Gildersleeve; 8, Groucho Marx; 8:30, Big Story; 0, Silent Men; 10:30, Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, report from India. CBS--7, Big Town; 7:30, Dr. the Armory and schools "were packed, looking like a bailie scene." Continuing the description, Heerwagen writes, "Injured were in the halls, reception rooms and offices, most of them seriously wounded." Both men worked during tbr night preparing patients for an ambulance trip to Little Rock, stopping hemorrhages, splinting fractures and giving blood' tor shock. Rogers High Honor Students Are Named Rogers-(Special)-Miss Jan Moore Parks will be valedictorian and Miss Jo Ann Fort salutatorlan for the 1952 class of Rogers High School, George M. Fentem, chairman of the Scholastic Commission, announced today. Miss Parks, daughter of Mr. and 8, Red Skelton; 8:30,1 Mrs. John Parks of Columbia, Mo., , ., has made her home with her ABC--7, Mystery Theater; 7:30. grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Top Guy; 8, Mr. President; 9:15, Moore during her school .years. Dream Harbor. She has taken the four-year high MBS--7, Musical Comedy; 8:05 high school course in three years by attending summer school at Fayetteville last summer. Miss Fort is the daughter of Mr. «nd Mrs. Harvey Fort of Rogers.. The two honor students.,wiil receive their diplomas commencement night, May 16. Friday Is Clean-Up Day At Farmingion Mayor J. B. White of Farmington has proclaimed Friday "cleanup day." Residents are asked to have trash placed in containers and placed along me sides of the street so that workers can pick it up easily. Wax candles probably wer« firs; made by the Phoeniciani about the second Century A. D. WEDNESDAY EVKN1N9 6:00 Dinner Music 6:15 -Starlight llm* 6:30 News 6:45 Ozark Sports Review 7:00 Wayns King Show 7:15 Gabriel Heatter--M 7:30 Rythmic Rendezvous 7:45 Lombardo 1 on the Air 8:00 Bill Henry 8:05 James Farley 8:30 BASEBALL St. Louis Cardinals Vs. Pittsburgh Pirates 11:00 Platter Party 11:30 Sign Off THURSDAY MORNING 5:30 Rift N'Shint 5:50 R.F.D. 1450 6:00 Rise N' Shine 8:30 Markets and Weather 6:35 Rise N' Shine 7:00 Koffee Kup Kaperi 7:30 Otasco News 7:45 Koffee Kup Kapcrs 8:00 Robert Hurleigh--M 8:15 Morning Devotion 8:30 TIMES Morning Edition 8:45 Holsum Gospel Hymns 9:00 Morning Melodies 9:25 News--M 9:30 Take a N j m b r - 10:00 Food for Thought 10:15 Linda's First Love 10:30 Queen for a Day 11:00 Rhythm Ranch Hands 11:15 Bauckage Commentary 11:25 Carl Smith 11:30 Chrrch of Christ 11:45 Musical Roundup 11:55 Markets THURSDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 Hymns of All Churches 12:15 News at Noon ' 12:30 Chuck Wagon Jamboree 12:45 Ririera of the Purple Sage 1:00 Dixieland Matinee 1:25 BASEBALL Game of the Day 4:00 Tune Pick'n Time 4:30 Tune Pick'n Tim« 5:00 Sgt. Preston of tht Yukon 5:30 Sky Kln£ 5:5.") Cecil Brown tt GALLON Vmilli ke Creim 6k Irw. Utfctr Here's A Fashion First ^ By Sue Burnett This yoked style for the matron is so new and lovely--certain to be your favorite afternoon fashion all during the warm weather. Dainty eyelet is effective for yoke and sleeves. Pattern No. 84.13 Is · sew-rite S erforatcd pattern in sizes 32, 34, 6, 38, 40, 42, 44, 4fi. Size 34, 3U yards of 39-Inch; 1 yard contrast. For these patterns, send 30c for EACH, in COINS, your name, ad. dress, sizes dMlrcd, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Northwest Arkansas Times, 11 SO Avc. Americas, New York 38, N. Yi Basic FASHION for '52 Is filled with tdeat to mnke jrour clothe] burtiet go further -- time-snvini ·nd economical designs that an e««y to ««w. Oltt pattern prlntet lo»ld«, IS ctnti.

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