The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on March 28, 1947 · Page 3
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Letter Box Another Answer To Interested Citizen. Interested Citizen: Your letter to the Editor, relative to children forging notes, cutting classes and nlaying truant shows such keen insight and comprehension of the basic issues involved that I feel urged to write you. (This is gentle sarcasm, dear reader). If the parents of said children have failed after twelve or more years of parenthood to instill in their offspring, either by teaching or example, a sense of fair play, responsibility, a p p r e c i a ti o n of worthwhile opportunity--and just plain honesty and truthfulness, can't you appreciate the problems a teacher or principal faces? Teachers come into classroom contact with, us^iaily.nearly two- For That Cold Rudy'i , -COLD CAPSULES Rudy's Rexa " Pharmacy 16 N. Jonathan St. hundred pupils per day, for one period. During that time .they are supposed to instruct, not play Sher lock Holmes. While we grant that instructors are generally more intelligent than the run-of-the-mill citizen, due to required training, we don't believe that they are gifted with clairvoyant powers that enable thorn to detect, instincively, those forged notes--especially if they have no way of being familiar with the handwriting of the alleged writer. If the parents with less than one- tenth as many children to handle, haven't been'able to effect worthwhile results why expect miracles? 'To simplify everything and hasten the glad day,- why don't you interested 'citizen, go out to the school and shed your sweetness and light there in the form of CONSTRUCTIVE CRITICISM? Taxpayer-Parent I * S T A R L A N D * 1 1 ROLLER RINK 1 § Security Road § I 1 Block from Pangborn Blvd. I Skating Sessions | 8-10:30, P.M. I MONDAYS and THURSDAYS § RESERVED I FOR PRIVATE PARTIES 1 Sunday Matinee 2-4 P.M. | JL, Special Rates to Partiet jyl · NOW S H O W I N G » CONTINUOUS 1 To 11 P. M. ff ~t/a/7qerot/£ man meets 0 REPUBLIC P I C T U R E A Three Days' Cough is Your Danger Signal Creomulsion relieves promptly because it goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel gwm laden phlegm, and aid naturt k »oothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding you must like the way it quickly allays the cough or you. are to have your money back. CREOMULSION for Coughs, Chest Colds, fironchftii CONTINUOUS 11A.M. to 11 P.M. - XH EATR LAST TIMES TODAY "·"ftA* · ££ "S o*** 65 _jn^£^ Added THREE STOOGES SATURDAY ONLY G ARNER BROS. I LONIAL STARTS TODAY CONT. SHOWS 1 To 11 P.M. 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Off The Record New Releases Vanguard:--This new recording company's first releases include A ten-inch disc containing two lovely, seldom-heard songs, Mahler's "Wer Hat Dies Liedlein Erdacht?" and Franz' "Zwei Welke Rosen" Well sung by Mary Paull, to the piano accompaniment of Kenneth Hieber, the surfaces are quiet and the recording quality is excellent. Victor:--Arthur Rubinstein and Frederick Chopin are a superlative combination. The former's new Victor recording of the latier's minor piano concerto is accompanied by William Steinberg, who directs the NBC Symphony Orchestra in a four-disc album. Also included is Rubinstein's solo performance of the famous Chopin "Berceuse". When snakes begin to shed their skin, the covering of the eye separates from the lower tissue, giving the eyes a milky appearance and promoting the superstition that snakes are blind during the dog days. Seat Covers , $14.50 up REICHARD'S GARAGE 24 W. 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