Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 18, 1955 · Page 13
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 13

Cumberland, Maryland
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Tuesday, October 18, 1955
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Dial PA-2-4600 for » WANT AD (1 Ttker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD- TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1?55_ THIRTEEN New Opeiti • NEW , YORK -(INS)- The. Met . Topolitan Opera. Assoclatici has approved.plans for Ihe construction of a new.opera house in New York Cily. . . j : . • Tie hoard of directors of the opera" association agreed yesler- dt.y to inform Parks Commission,4| flohert Moses that it would co- ipraleAwill] him in sponsoring a 'new house in the' 1 Lincoln Squire of the city, " • • The new site is on the west side of Manhattan between 62nd "ant 64th Streets.-'•"• A board member said (lie association hsd raised about two thirds of the money purchase land at.the new,site, to demolish the existing buildings and relocate the tenants. it was understood the price of the land was about $1,000,000. The present opera house was built in 1883 apd has been''con- sidered, .obsolete for years. The board also announced, that H had agreed "in.principle" to a European ibur for the Metropolitan Opera in Ilie fall of 1957. Pokan is Hie Indian name foi the marten; a brown bushy-tailed fur bearer- that lives in trees northern forests. American citizens have given ever $2.600,000,000 for new. rclig ious structures in the past -five years, reports the American Assn of Fund-Raising Counsel, Inc. tJatwrth's Counsel By Mail ive Kdltor'i Note: . Corrciinontlent won". , tiers how tg keep mind alwt niter • 40tlr birthday.' ' ; : " . DKAIi MA11Y IlAWORtH: I am| vriting-abdut a problem that may' concern'others of your readers in my age-group.- The question—how can .a-person of 40 keep his (or ier)/mlnd alert and keen? Is there any'publication outlining exercises n memory and concentration,-that tave proved markedly effective? For the past year, approximate..', 1 have grown painfully aware of a slowing-down - of my mental ,„ processes—even though 1 am in the id business world'and have plenty of jpportunity. (and need) to keep active. 1 abide by the rules of good health. I don't drink or smoke, and I supplement a good diet witli vitamins. After a.complete physical checkup, with blood tests, etc., my doc: Lor says 1 am in excellent condition; so my complaint can't have an organic basis.. Also 1 have no personal unhappiness from which I might be trying to "escape", into a mental fog. My life has. been extraordinarily free of "unhappy situations." It is common, knowledge that older persons think and learn more slowly;, but 'older" age? .°f Should mental deterioration strike with such a vengeance when there are • no other sighs of change or aging? I was planning to return to tin university for some postgraduate work; |but have almost lost the self-confidence it takes to compel; witli the. keen minds' of. the'younger students'."'.'In fact my.fuzzy brain s undermining my self-confidence n many, respects .-'. : ..-' Your column-represents an omui- ng cross-cut of humanity and we are"continuously impressed by your >enetrating /but . sympathetic, insight. •'., We often wonder if your 'patients" have the strength ol character to abide by your.advice. Jut alas, the lasf chapter of the story is never djvulged.—R J5. DEAR R.;S.: Assuming your diagnostician finds no organic dis- irder to account for your mental dullness this past year, then the cause, very likely, is emotional or neurotic. ... Your age, 40, would not of itself bring a. sudden dip in the ability to concentrate, learn and think. However, an. undertow of unconscious fears of social failure, loneliness,- old age, death, etc., and a complex of unfaced frustrations, that were newly agitated by your reaching 40 — which'may-be a turning-point age to you — could be clouding your faculties nowadays. Your tentative idea of returning to college for postgraduate study suggests time on your hands, and nothing resolved thus far, as regards your life work. '-.. It- also suggests a backward- turning grope, towards what you may feel were "the best years of your life" — namely, the college ige years of looking ahead, blindly optimistic that the future would mrely turn out for the best. . SPOERLS GARAGE SALES 205 N. Mechanic St. Cumberland, Md, SERVICE 28 N, George St. l Just happen to have a picture ofboti, of 'em in my pocket... ...and in another pocket I have a BANKBOOK for each! Start your loved ones on the road to thrift — and the rewards that it brings. Open a savings account with us for each member of the family, and make eyery- payday deposits. • ' ' > NEXT PAYDAY IS A GOOD i TIME TO BEGIN ! £rom which I infer that your esent situation, at home and in usincss, is pretty stale,. routine id unsatisfactory, as emotional re. • • Probably you live alone, very If-engrossed, careful about your calth, etc. — which, combined ith perfunctory wage-earning, ves you little to live for, in terms vital involvement .with human! Such involvement consists of de- otional interchange with spouse, lildren and loved friends; and oi een adventurous interest in pro- ssional or other, work for which ne is specially suited. ' You say your life has been ex- aordinarily free of unhappy situ:ions; that you .have no persona: :ihappiness from which you mighl e trying to escape into a mental Perhaps this means you are a Qlitary person, without close ties, terefore without relationship trials — and losing tone as a personality very lack of humanizing ex criences, so to speak. Another point:. You impute your altering a. slow ng-down process. But 1 think lat's getting the cart before thi orse — and that your deeply shak n self-confidence is really a frui f fear-of-aging. You are nervously weighing ourself against the upcoming com etition of younger people, because ou've begun to.feel you haven' ot what it. takes to succeed sig nificantly, before you die; as al eady you feel "past the prime" idging by the calendar and you ecord so far. My advice is to get acquainlec -ith .your unconscious emotional ontenl,. via psychiatric inquiry, tiink the trouble matter is locate licre.-M. H. ...... 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Wcanwiiile, traffic, to and from [he Kelly Springfield plant and the river plant of th» Potomac Edison Company as well as residences in .hat area, .is being rerouted over A flood project official said (hat Patterson Avenue. me 200 feet of the'double side the roadvay has had the con- etc poured on top of the seven- ot fill which raised the street to e level of the Baltimore and Ohio ailroad tracks. Another section of 100 feet had e concrete poured yesterday on e side. Albreeht officials hope to ave the entire street completed the end of this week. Approximately a. week will be quired to let the concrete sc efore the boulevard can be again jene'd to traffic. Still to be finished, also, is the urbing and sidewalks on both des o.' the street. Drainage pipin; as finished when the'fill was put The street probably will be open- d to one-way traffic during the tter part of the operation. . . 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