Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 26, 1955 · Page 5
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 5

Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, October 26, 1955
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Oiml PA-2-4600 for • WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26. 1955 FIVE Stand Commended t Haworth V Counsel By Matt 'l -..•-.' , ' ' • . '. ' '-• , . .^^ • ' : ' '':.,•••• ' Edlior'i Not*: Woman rc>tnls hut* band'i weekcid vlaiU with hii form* tr ipouiti 1> ihe. wrong? ' •. DEAR MARY HAWORTH: Dick is 44 and 1 am 38. We have been married three years and have a child, age 2. The last ..several months have been full of. bickering aiid fault-finding, for which Dick blames me, but actually he is the most critical person 1 know. .:' He finds fault with my driving, with some of the ways 1 discipline our son,- sees specks of dust on the furniture, etc. I am-an experienced driver and love to drive, and 1 like housework and lake pride in the results. In fact I do the best I can in everything— seems my husband expects perfection (and regards himself as a-model). .{He says he is just trying to help me; but. I feel that a bit of praise now and then would be more ^V constructive. If 1 defend mysel (though I keep quiet mostly), he say« I blow my top for no reason. On. several such occasions, he has refused to.speak for days after wards—saying it is the only way to avoid trouble. Once he even walked out and stayed all night: Is that a fair way to act? How Gain Insight And Ease Strain? lave good morals. He doesn't drink, 'smoke, run around or use bad language. So maybe I . am making much ' ado about nothing. But'il is very trying on my nerves, which are frayed; Is there anything I might do to ease the strain? Or something 1 might read, to gain helpful understanding?— B.M. Recently he charged me with trying to get him to dp everything my way. not considering his feeling*. This is absolutely not true, as he knows. I merely suggest, any wife has a right to do. There is one .thing I strongly object to—he spends an occasional weekend with his former wife and teenage daughter in another city. Ho certainly isn't considering my feelings in that; and he argues the of visits are perfectly logical. He flat- denies any intimacy, and I bc- him; but..what do other people think? To me it just isn't ethical. . However, in general he does UNIVERSAL GAS DRYER Gives You Sunshine : Fresh-Drying Every Wash day ;.. regardless of the weather outside $199-95 Fret Cuitomcr Parking NEW STORE HOURS Ju«t Abov« Our Mon. thru Friday 9 A.M. Virginia Ave. Sroro to 8 P. M.—Sot, to 6 P. M. Squander! Hi* Integrity DEAR B. M.: In running back as and forth between two camps, Dick has lost a sense of companionable unity with you, and is through critical eyes, in a spirit of nd moody dissatisfaction with the new marriage he has made. In figuratively rejecting you (which is the inner significance of flat- his fault-finding), he is unconsciously .(or sympolically) acting oul a wish to be rid of the duty relationship/ He • just happens to make you the scapegoat for his emotional instability. And 1 imagine these moods are strongest with him, on the heels ot his return from visits to his former wife. Not that, he loves her more than lie iove you. Rather, these visits envelop him in the negative currents of his past'failure in the relationship—so that heavy guilt feelings are reactivated. And possibly the lady fans this backward-looking bias, either with a view to remarrying him, or just lo "make aim sorry'.'- or to take the joy out of your life, maybe. Guilt Feelingi Spark Quarrels Cumberland Electric Co. Virginia Are. 'at Second 11 South Liberty St. Phone PA 2-6191 Phone PA 2-6862 In any case, he comes home feeling blue, with'an uneasy conscience towards both households, and "combusts" into nagging hostility, due to deep inner conflict 'and tension. As J get the picture, Dick in- tiates most of the trouble between yon. His behavior is shabby, unkind and unfair. How ease the strain? The most you can do is: See that your own performance is right. Keep your perspective straight, and keep your self-respect in good repair. You will need first hand expert help, to develop saving understanding and keep a healthy mind in the circumstances In the community through which you write there are (1) a psychiatric center and (2)-a Family 4 Children's Service Association — which should be staffed lo guide you in working things out.—M.H; - Mary Hiworth counieli through h*r column/ not by mail or per§ontl Interview. Write her In c»re ot The Evening Tim". CopyriKht. 195S. Ta» Waihintton Po* Distributed by Kins Featurei Syndiciti iWealhcr Patrol Seven ships operated by. thi United States, Canada and Japan endlessly tiny circles in the north Pacific .to report weather conditions every three hours Scarcity of islands in the area makes the ships necessary weather stations. Secret Files Of W.Y. Police Kept From TV By CHARLES MERCER • NEW YORK (*>—A situation has arisen which Involves the govern nent of New York City.and a com mercial television interest, Mayor Robert Wagner has directed the heads of city departments and agencies to make their files, equipment and manpower avail able to New York TV productions, nc. Theodore 11. Granik, head of he firm, wants to dramatize the operations of a big'city/govern- ment. Wagner's motive appears understandable; every mayor likes to publicize his city—and here was a chance in one big package. Rejected 25 Requests When Police ; Commissioner Stephen P. Kennedy received the or- ler he politely but firmly declined o make secret police files available to anyone. He says he has urned down 25 such requests. Kennedy's stand is courageous and altogether admirable. He appears to be just about the firsl custodian of any files of persona! cases who has not made them available to the monstrous appetite & of television. We've had TV pro- " ;rams based on the files of various police departments, the Secret Service, the Treasury Department, he FBI and (to save space! ."so orlh. At the 'present' time there re almost a score of these pro- jrarns on the air. What is the cause of this slack- ess thirst of television to drink to he lees these reservoirs of human xperience? It's a two-fold cause. First, they provide authentic ma- erial which can be used with only light changes of fact; an easy a inh in <hnft Scrnnrilv the WE GUARANTEE ...NOWHERE CAN YOU FIND GREATER VALUES IN SPINET PIANOS THAN AT Ml LIEN SON'S Authorized Dealers for The famous BALDWIN ACROSONIC and KIM8ALL SPINETS also several values in USED SPINETS at savings up to $200.00! i »v « •?;<is Open Every Monday 'til 9 P. ML It's Easy To Park at Millenson's—You arc park your car on either of.the two free .parking lots across the street from our store. They are maintained especially for the 'accommodation of our customers. . ,'' ''?>' 5 (^^^ s^^^a^^ Heart Association Board Begins Fund Drive Planning The AUegany-Garrett Heart Association executive board met last night In Its offices in the 'Law Building to. map out tentative plans for the annual fund campaign next February. ' . . Ernest B. Treat reported to the executive board that the services of the association have increased steadily and that demands made upon • the association, and the 1" services rendered throughout the past year, have increased steadily. Mrs. Betty Kirk, executive secretary,-reported on the number of cases now being cared for, the number of patients receiving medi cation under the penicillin' program for the prevention of occurrences of rheumatic fever, number of hospital beds, .wheel chairs and other sick room equipment on loan, and the general progress of activities. , ' . The problem . of carrying hos pilal beds and other equipment from, the association's free-lending closet from .the street to the second- floor storage room was discussed. The board recommended that an 'P; ch. great majority lend .themselvcs-to leap production"costs. Basic Principle Inroived Well, what's wrong with'TV pro- Aram's based on the r . files of this and the cases of that? Some,mildly entertaining programs occasionally are ground out from.these sources, true. But a basic principle is involved. The files of any government- city, state or nation—belong to the people who elected that government. The"duly appointed custodian of such files holds them iii trust to the taxpayers—who, incidentally, accept his judgment that they cannot see them. Why; then, should one source receive access to those files for the purpose of commercial effort be made to find an office and storage space on a street level loor, if possible. On the question ot the fund campaign, Treat designated John B. Gearc, finance committee chairman, to begin preparing a budget for the next fiscal year, taking into consideration the additional costs of operation due to Ihe stcppcd-up >rogram. The association president also appointed F. Allan Weatherholt to handle campaign publicity. Treat said he would announce the appointment 'of the general chairman of the fund campaign ihorily. ' ' Others present at the meeting were Mrs. Rachael I.. Imes, Thomas F. Conlon-,treasurer, and Dr. W. A. VanOrmer, chairman of the association's Medical Advisory Board. Treat called another special meeting for Thursday at the Heart office to further campaign 'and program planning. ' You Can Always Save at Public Service MRS. FILBERT'S Golden Quarters OLEO 2 ft. 49c PUBLIC PRIDE In 4 Quarters OLEO 2 39c FANCY CATSUP 2'tlL'39c Zemo Great for Dry Skin Itch! emo — a doctor's toothing snti- •eptic—promptly relieves itch of iurface skin rashes, eczema, psori- »sis'. Zemo stops scratching and so »ids f»ster healing.' Buy Extra Strength Zemo for itubborn aau. exploitation? South Cumberland Residents ... It's more convenient to pay your telephone and electric bills here. . Cumberland Savings Bank M.mb.r f.D.I.C. SWAN TOILET SOAP 6-25c RINSO WHITE 2 — 47c COFFEE lb. Boa 83C PAN LIVER PUDDING b 33c HOME-MADE SCRAPPLE J3c OOD MARKETS 26 N GEORGE STREET AND CRESAPTOWN J A COSTLY UMBRELLA Undsr Government regulation written for another day and age, railroads are often required to maintain rates above those they could profitably^off er the public. This umbrella of protection shields owners of big trucks and barges from exposure to healthy competition. It deprives the public of the service of a carrier which could do the job better at lower cost The report of President Eisenhower's Cabinet Committee on transportation policy recom- . mends discarding this costly umbrella. Adoption of the Cabinet Committee's proposals, would result in sensible, up-to-date regulation. The Committee estimates that present regulatory dislocations are costing the public* billions of dollars per year. . ' ' Ti« public li roa. FREE/ See Ihe actual Cabinet Report-not what others say about it. Published by the U.S. Government Print- lag Office, For a FREE copy, address Eastern Railroads, .Room 711, 143 Liberty St., New York 6, N. Y. The Railroads Serving Cumberland MEMBERS OF IHE EASTERN'RAILROADS, 143 LIBERTY STREET, NEW YORK 6, N;.Y.

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