Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 28, 1955 · Page 9
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 9

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, October 28, 1955
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PA-2-4WW f«r • WAMT All "T BVENING I'lMKS,, .CUMBERLAND. MO.. FRIDAY, OCTOBER. 28, 1»55 NINE- WISHING Rtllsterta u, S. Patent 5 4 ti 3 T 2"; 8 .4 f6 ' 3 758- N A 'I G G A P B T L R E R. •T O 2~ ~5T S 4 "6 5—3—7 g ' 4""< R A AS A W R . N C O Y 4 — 3 U U S S T' L K I . Q I U "T 2' 5 4 6~38 ' 5' ".4""'? 8~ R ; T ' A T O . 3. C... L E A E 8 4 63 78 2. 5 4 8 7 3 4 C V P F N' O R' E tODEC "3 2 5 T^l 6.' 38 2 7 '"' 4" 8 4 A A 8 .' T •' C ' l.R _' T . D ' T . ' L O W U °4 f 3 6 8 "7 ". 2 -•••-« . 8 3 6' fr g no R '. A .. i. • R .-; E : Y< '. L E y Y L H ERE is a pleasant little game that will give you a message every day. It is z numerical puzzle designed to spell out your fortune. Count the letters in : ydur first name; It the number ol letters is 6 or more, subtract 4. If the nur.:ber is less than 6, add 3. The result is your key. number. Start at the upper left-hand corner of the.rec- tangle and ftieck every one of your key numbers, left to right. Then read th> message the letters under the checked figures give you. 'C«p>rl|h! 111!, by Williim ]. Miller. Diiiritoitcil by Kinf Fnlum. Inc. W'll Assign men i: America Parents Blamed For Not Taking PartlnGames Of Youngsters (««0. U. J. Fat. OttJ : By PHYLLIS IATTELLE : YORK-UNS) - Parents: Unless your child is seriously working toward 'a career, in organized crime, either as government ihan or gunman, it' might be wise to study his playtime habits. Chances: are his activities are a little on the'homicidal side. "Jt's all good fun at this stage mediocre adult at his game) which || takes a vibrant imagination. "The main point is you'll be|| taking part in the child's life,"[p smiles Mrs. Shoemaker. "You may even, become a bigger factor than Jack Webb!" And it's true, parents. _ = _ When Gandbusters and the ring their lives," says Mrs. Rowenajt llc y' re a ' ler . become more real to Shoemaker, referring to TV. mo- JU"'° r than his-mother and pop-; vies and parlor sports dealing in beware! murder and milder forms of vice. ' "But much as I try not to be Fra ™, c , u Of. Famous stuffy about it. I don t think it si s smart for a youngster to dwell on Illinois Discovered this kind of thing. "A little slaughter goes a long way, don't you (hink?" i 1 - , ,, , « We certainly thought so. and pro . remains of the once proud steam-1 cceded to ask Mrs. shoemakerif. m 'nois, famed as the first ship! what should be done about the sil-i l ° P ass throu S h lhe Soo.Locks lool uation. Since she is assistant-dircc-i- vca [ s ago : - , . , , I lor of the Plav Schools Association,! Thc 9 ?,' foot '° ng plc « °' wood '| an oreanization lo establish leisurc|?PP a !' cnll - v "• " oss , beatn -,«'! s ir E <^LE HARBOR, Mich. «V-A|| rotti "S chunk ° f w °° d ' is a » lhat facilities and play schools through- .out the country, she should know. "It's the fault of parents, I'm afraid, because they don't take as active a part in the playing of games with their children as they found near the tip of upper Mich-|| igan's northernmost point, the, Kewcenaw Peninsula. The Illinois, w h i c h passed through the locks in 1B55, went down in 1864 after striking a reefj] outside Eagle Harbor. -ADVERTISEMENT- Sells Peace Of Mind "I like to pay bills for people," used to." Mr. and Mrs. Parent often look down their horrified noses at their little ones' while they (the little ones) are, watching crime shows, or playing manslaughter-type par- lar games. Then frequently—without investigating cither show orj Rame — they simply say. "now' you'll stop doing (or play) that." "Vou know the kind of reaction •iat brings." says Mrs. Sho_emaker. the kids go next door to ( \vatch and play. And. like anything'else ou arc deprived of, crime bc- nmes almost instantly a most absorbing and attractive prospect." A more practical approacli to lhe problem than saying "no," i!atly and .without understanding, is to offer the youngslers other diversions—in which you, loo. as a parent, take part. First, the expert suggests, you might sit in on, ,,. . . ., , , „. lhe gorier games or TV sessions! 53 * 5 this friendly Aetna Hnance • manager. "And I'm glad to invite (oiks to sea me for $50 to $1500 to-I know something that's better ! conso | ida te their debts with one! Then introduce vou healthier] , .. r pastime ' I payment at one place every month || The "danger age" for youngsters is between four and eight, when Ihcy're obsessed with curiosity. During this period the important thing, Mrs. Shoemaker believes, is lo make them curious about the right things. Give-them a fling at old games like geography puzzles, and "Who Am 1?" and new games like "The World Around Us Lotto." Prepare' their interest in the next stage ("tcamplay starts at 10") through packaged golf, baseball, football games. Improve their vocabularies with anagrams and word games. James Brunot, "father of scrabble." insists a bright child can whip a and .then say—as if you were bored; rather than disapproving—that you "Usually it means less to payJ each month, too," he added. "Peo-j| pie who use this plan tell me it gives them peace of mind because it rids them of money worries." Fast, courteous, one-visit seiv- ice is the rule at Aetna. No charge (or counseling. Persons in nearby towns invited. See or call Aetna Finance Co. 48 N. Centre Street, Phone PA <-5SOO. (Loans over $300 made under Md. Industrial Finance Act.) 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