Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 11, 1955 · Page 8
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 8

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, November 11, 1955
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.EIGHT EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Takei OUR WARDING HOUSI with MAJOR HOOPLI 'WE'D 8e DeuSHTeO IP ® r E f ' DOES OffBK trie? 0ALMY ATMOSPHERE £>? A ru. AIOV6 'J° 1 you 5PUM TH& y,i A YARN ME ON) A Youth For Christ Group To Meet Here Tomorrow I The Tri-State Youth for Christ , ! Rally tomorrow at 8 p. m. at the £.Salvation Army Citadel on North £v Mechanic Street-will have Rev. E./'Howard E. Tucker, pastor of Calt-:vary Presbyterian Church, Wil- Srkirisburg, Pa., as speaker. j- A musical program will be pre- sented, according to Dwight I Evans, Hyndman, director. The U.S. population of trumpeter swans is down to 590 birds—495 adult birds and! 95 cygnets. The word "dice" is plural, singular is "die." : '_ _ Ann Page KECHUP lona PEACHES (Halves) 2 . N «i % 55c Jane Parker CARAMEL PECAN ROLLS 33c pkg. Jane Parker Minced Meat PIES Tasty Longhorn CHEESE Haworth 9 s Counsel By Mail Editor's Note: As tantrums and depression get worse, matron recognizes need of outside help. DEAR MARY HAWORTH:' I am 24 anc" so is Mark — my husband. We have been married nearly five years and iiave two children — one age 3, the other, 2. From the time the first baby was born (a cripple) until now, I h<jve had violent temper tantrums that last anywhere from 30 minutes to'two weeks. And I recall spells of depression, even then, when all I could think of was committing suicide. During, the tempers," .1 hate iveryone, scream at Mark and ihe children and have absolutely no patience with anyone or anything; feel that even God is against me. The time between these spells is ;etting shorter — and. often I hink of killing myself, but I just lon"t have the nerve. . . Things had been going smooth! or 'a. few days, until yesterda . and after I calmed down •ealized I can't wait any longe 'or help. I've often thought of g< ng to a marriage counsellor < Tamily Service, such as you fre quently recommend. But with )aby sitters, and no relatives clos by, I just can't get away. ... Maybe, if I went to church' would help, but I haven't any di cent clothes — which . wouldn stop a good Christian, I knov Mark would buy me new clothe f he could; he's not stingy; bu we are still paying on househo! machinery. . . H. as Thoughts Of Infidelity Another problem on my trouble mind is that -I am mentally u faithful to my marriage. • I fin myself craving male attention and .thinking I wouldn't get ma ried .if I had it to do over, would just go out and have good time. . .1 feel I am hopeless case, but maybe wi your help something can be don Do you know of any book books that might help, me? any suggestions to help me sta faithful? 1 think if we ever get 01 bill's paid up, so that we can jo different groups (like, the" Gfang etc.) and start going out,', thinj will be . better. But meantime need help in changing my attituc towards life.—A. N. FUNERAL FLOWERS y $C AA Funeral ur WlUU Baikil : SSpPP'S ! ••;' V; '^TL6wERS :; ^ :v: ' ; ' 19 N. liberty Si. Ph. PA-2-4330 Wasn't Ready For Marriage DEAR A. N.: You married'with an enormous handicap, namely, the handicap of being emotionally infantile — as dependent, short sighted, and unschooled in self- control as any babe-in-arms. You say: "My parents were easy on us all (nine children; six now married). Because they'd had such strict pafents, they had promised each other to trust us to do what they taught us was right — a trust I betrayed many times, ashamed to admit." The effect? upon your life, to date, of your parents' lenient policy, suggests that they fell down on their job as parents. Apparently tiiey were as lax, in a well meaning way, as their parents were severe. Due to their overly-strict up-! wringing, which kept them childish, ;hey didn't know how to take hold! of the reins, constructively, in! managing their brood of nine. Rather, still in revolt against the memories of their past ; they fondly let you all run wild — after telling you -,vhaf, ; ideally, one should do. As a result, you've -grown up a bundle of impulses, good and bad, all mixed in with a stew of guilt feelings. The guilt sense is fed by various factors — chief of which is your unconscious hell- fearing concern about the great gap between your secret concept of your "sinfulness," versus your parents' ideal standards. You also feel guilty at having cheated their trust. More recently you feel "punished" by life — rightly so, you think — for being such a no-good, etc. Under Cloud Of Ignorance /I haven't the space to recapitulate the inside story of your suffering, as I sense it. But briefly I'll say that you are a victim of ignorance, concerning the nature of human natur.6, and concerning the deficiencies in your rearing. You aren't accustomed to the practice of temperate self-control — a practise made possible only by sympathetic self-understanding. Your customary expressiveness in family 1'fe is not steady consideration of the goo-, of the whole, but, rather, a childish display of arrogance, in exploding whatever you .happen to think or feel. You are a victim of longtime bad habit in this respect: and neglect to practise self-control finally leaves one without brakes". You are coasting into this danger \— but you can still turn about, and become mature, if you make the effort. Now for advice: You must have firsthand specialist help, to guide you in reorganizing your habits along wholesome lines. Books can't adequately meet the present emer- ;ency. Stop making excuses about no suitable clothes, no baby sitters, etc. — and get to the nearest Family Service branch office, without delay. Mark will rush you liere, I am sure, if- you impress upon him the gravity of your need.—M. H. Mary Haworth counsels through her column, not by mail or personal interview. Write to her in care of The Eveninsr Tim*». Copyright, 1955, The. Washington . Post Distributed by King Features Syndicate Ruptured If Ym Cut MM* Dca't Delay A>«th«c B»jr— lor now it can be ecn trotted with Fnvdora and. Comfort in •very normal d$y tad night ftcfiTity. •xmtttT Mrmnrr l'<? CU1 BALTIMORE AND S RATE CENTRE STS. Your llorosrope Look in the section in which your birth day comes and find what your outlook is, according to the stars. For Saturday. November 1'.'. 1855 MARCH 21 to APRIL 20 (Aries)—Don't waste any precious moments quibbling over small errors or understandable niis- haps. This is YOUR day to be big In the fine way you can. APRIL 21 to MAY 20 (Taurus)—You can give a better account of your talents on a day like this one than on many others.. Start with a strong will to achieve, backed by tact and the desire for truth. Hold to high principles. MAY 21 to JUNE 21 (Gemini)—Avoid delays that cause later rushing and nervous tension. Also guard against taking on too much in the first place. Give your talents a chance by maintaining an even pace. JUNE 22 to JULY 23 (Cancer)—You may have to adhere strictly to routine duties today. There may be some hidden contention, some conflicts, but both can be overcome. JULY 24 to AUGUST 22 (Leo)—Don't let things confuse you and, if a situation seems difficult, talk matters over with Joved ones, friends. There's • always a way, and tomorrow's another day. AUGUST 23 to SEPTEMBER 23 (Virgo)—You can .accomplish more than you think today. But inner calm is an important MUST. When a surprise or sudden change takes place, YOU take over in the sensible way. SEPTEMBER 24 to OCTOBER 23 (Libra)—Keep your head about you (as Libra ably can) should obstacles come your way. They should bring out your better side> the smarter you. OCTOBER 24 to NOVEMBER 22 (Scorpio)—"Waste not, want not" should be applied to energies as well .as to assets. One seldom realizes the great gift of health until it is lost. Do everything at a reasonable pace. NOVEMBER 23 to DECEMBER 23 (Sagittarius) — Confectioners, painters, poets, accessory makers and handlers, teachers, chemists, scientists, doctors; nurses, religious are most highly favored. But all can succeed in part today. DECEMBER 23 to JANUARY 21 (Capricorn)—Don't worry about assets or health but do the things that will keep them In shape. And if you slip, pick up again with renewed vigor—never pessi mism . JANUARY. 22 to FEBRUARY 20 (Aquarius)—Most activities should progress; stars indicate an upward trend for well-managed endeavors. Research, study needed — plus sensible procedure. Act with dispatch. FEBRUARY 21 to MARCH 20 (Pisces) —Not much of a day for new, untried propositions. Interest yourself in others and you will gain unexpected benefits. YOU BORN TODAY have • Many talents, a versatile, agile mind, and usual ly the physical strength to carry through your numerous interests and activities. But you can be at fault in trying to accomplish too much in too short a time. After you make up your mind, review thoughtfully to ascertain if you are making decisions based on ALL the facts. Your intuition and judgment about humans and their needs is keen, but don't be too abrupt in pointing out errors. Copyright, 1955, King Features Syndicate, Inc. Local Navy Recruiter* Enlist Four Area Men The local Navy recruiting offic« has enlisted four area men. Donald Gene Harvey, Bloomington, and Donald Gene Jigh, 83 Erin Street, Piedmont, W. Va., had previous service in the National Guard at Keyser, W. Va:; James William Shanholtzer, 202 Baltimore Avenue here, and Paul Erwin Fitzgerald, 109 Front Street, Westernport, had no prior service. The men are being assigned to Bainbridge for basic training. \ Officer Visits Here Lt. ComdrrL. T. Howard, officer in charge of the Baltimore recruiting district ef the Navy, visited the/Cumberland office yesterday. Borrow Sensibly If you ne«d cafh for Fall tx- p«ni» our ttrvic* if prompt, fritndly and privot* Loans up to $300 Hate — Furniture — ond Auto Loans INDUSTRIAL LOAN SOCIETY, INC. No. 30' Liberty Trust Bldg. PHONE PA 4-3100 FOOTER'S Super Special Dry Cleaned arid Smartly Finished FOOTER & Co CLEANERS Thii Specidl Price tffcetivi at all our «tor«i in Cumb«rland, laValt Frottburg, Keyier and Pitdmont fpr a limited time only. Fait, dry cleaning itrvict en requeit ... No Extra Chargtl DRESS SHIRTS LAUNDERED ..... ..... 4 A Hand Fini»h«d and Individually Ctllophan* Wrapped. . 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