Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 18, 1955 · Page 5
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Dial PA-2-4500 for a WANT AD Taker 'Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1955 FIVE Flood Control Work Slows Down '"Work on the embankment for the .Cumberland-Ridgeley flood protection program has been almost halted by. weather conditions. The levee work .will probably be resumed in the spring. . Rex E. Dexter, resident engineer for the Corps -of 'Engineers; said the E. J. Albrecht Company has not been able; to. place any earth fill since last week's snow. ;The earth; he added/is top wet to be used, and Uttle progress is expected until the weather breaks, since fill cannot be placed on Some of the work on the 600-foot -Ridgeley flood -wall, he; said,, could be done during the: winter. -...The sub-grade ; for the concrete flood wall is ready, he explained, and the foundation may be poured next week if weather permits.. The contractor is also expected • to complete some of the.under- ground work, such 'as Conduits and 'manholes, during th'e winter months. ' •""::"'•"•" Christian Science • Lecture Here Sunday . , John p. .Pickett. of Chicago wilj deliver a lecture at the.Fort Cumberland Hotel'ballroom on Sunday at 3:15 p. m. under the auspices of; the. First Church -'.of Christ ' Scientist. . ' : - •'•'.• " His subject will be "Christian Science, Certain and Complete Healing : for All." ' Mary Haworth's Mail Traffic Signals To Be Expedited Editor's 'Note: Girl, t, recipient of beautiful doll,. It hurt when mother lends It to j another. DEAR MARY HAWORTH: Some sveekp ago I gave a beautiful "doll to.rhy niece, who is 8 years old. Sally.-treasures the doll and wants to keep it in perfect condition. But while she is at school or out playing,; her mother (my sister-in-law) allows a neighbor child. 3, to handle the*doll, take-off the shoes and stockings, etc. Sally resents this, but the mother insists "there is nothing' wrong in letting the other child"play with the doll; and says;:-in fact, that Sally is being'selfish and reluctant to share her toys. I'disagree with her and side with Sally. We would appreciate • your merit. :': .'•"•' " • clarifying com- Mother Misses ' training Cue DEAR H. C.: Sally's mother is making a mistake,-in trying (as she thinks) to give Sally an example of generosity, by, this method. From the child's viewpoint she is"proving nothing, except that "Might makes right"—and tha 1 there is no justice, apparently. All children should.be taught re spect for property rightSr-ra lesson that has to be mastered,' in build ing the framework of .good chara cter. And the lesson is best assimi late'd, from the'start, if a child las properties of his own, cherish ed by him, and respected as such by his guardians and playmates. This is the common' sense beginning, in promoting respect for ownership rights. Naturally a child should be rained to share too, within reason, as nobody lives to himself alone in the human scene. But it sn't teaching Sally altruism, or the joys of sharing, to go over her lead, or behind her back, against icr wishes, to lend her best doll to a 3-year-old. It simply amounts to paternal disloyalty. . Be Persuasive Not Coercive Sally's mother ought .to appeal to Sally's feelings, ahd>y to-ari- duce her to.savor the soul satisfactions of being unselfish.t Or she might tactfully'.negotiate sin exchange of-favors, with- the other household .T- so that Sally would rate some special treat, in return for sharing .her doll. ••••;.:• However, if Sally remains immovably . defensive 'in wanting the doll all to herself, that specific sentiment should be respected; and other opportunities found for seeding the practise of charity in her.f-M. H. /...jV ;\ Who Can Teach Traffic signals for the new Cumberland-Ridgeley Bridge will be installed soon, according to Police and Fire Commissioner William V. Keegan. • He said cable forthe project has arrived and that the Potomac Edison Company will expedite installation of the signal system. Conduits through which the cable will be' pulled were installed when the approach was built, so that the only work remaining is to string ;he cable and install and coordin- SICK ROOM NEEDS in stock • Child's and Adult Bed Pans Including • Wheel Chairs • Back Rests •' • Bed Trays I* Crurehe* I• Canes • Invalid Walkers • Invalid Cushions LICHTENSTEINS Medical Arts Pharmacy ••"'.' ;'.' Samuel Wertheimer 33 NORTH LIBERTY STREET . : - "Cumberland's Oldest .Pharmacy" . Dial PA 4-3730 • Anytime! • We Deliver ate the traffic lights on poles set in place during the approach work. The tripper device which will operate the signal for cars leaving the bridge bridge was being constructed,'Thr, busy approach, will be controlled- by three signal lights. -,,<•/ ' r m SETOSE SOU You Are Cordially Invited To Attend A. FREE LECTURE ON CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SUBJECT: Christian Science; Certain-and Complete Healing Available For AII. . ' • •• -.•;'•..." .".;/•_ LECTURER: John D. Picketr, C. S. Chicago, Illinois, Member of the Board of Lectureship of The Mother Church, The- First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Mass. : '.' PLACE: • Fort'Cumberland Hotel Ballroom, Cumberland, Maryland.,'; • TIME: Sunday, November 20,- 1955, at 3:15-P. M.,'Auspices of First :•. Church of Christ, Scientist, Cumberland, Maryland. . . FREE CUSTOMER PARKING FREE CUSTOMER PARKING -.'.•;••• . on our lot : S. George at Harrison ; — Special Purchase Sale CONTINUES THROUGH THIS WEEK! WATCHES Reg. $45.00 '22 5 » ALL NEW 1956 MODELS America'* First and Still America's Finest Watch Name! •- ALL 17, 19 AND 21-JEWEL WATCHES • ALL WATCHES FULLY GUARANTEED FOB ONE YEAR • DOZENS OF STYLES FROM WHICH TO CHOOSE Reg. $55.00 41 Baltimore St. PA 2-7050 Sense Of Humor? DEAR MARY.: HAWORTH: We are a happy farm couple,, both of a rather,'serious .nature. .'We feel that-a sense of humor would help us to enjoy both our family and our work more. (Mom teaches as a sideline.) But the problem is — how to develope a sense of humor? Can you recommend some' books that might help?We 'especially feel the need of help in handling and humoring boys of 12 and, 13. Every book you 'pick up .says: "Keep your sense of- humor." But what book tells.us how to get one?—1LJ. '". This Is Humor In A Nutshell DEAR H. J.:.I don't know of any book that teaches a sense of iiumor as such, although some of Mark Twain's novels embody the essence of it. The faculty consists in seeing persons, events and situations objectively, with detachment, through happy.lenses.....,; In dealing with boys 12 and 13, it would also include occupying their shoes (imaginatively), and passing judgment on yourself from their angle, while you do your adult best for them. ' This ought to give you many a chuckle, down in your soul, and keep you sympathetically young in heart.-M.H. .. . Mary Hnworth counsels through her column, not by mail or personal Interview. 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