Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 29, 1955 · Page 9
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 9

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Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES. CUMBERLAND. MD. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29. 1955 NINE: Section Foreman Rescues Hunter A Western Maryland Railway worker was able to bring ( a lost hunter to safety last night after the nimrod came upon a branch 1 telephone line near Harper, W. Ya.; Joseph Wise, of Oak Hill, be-' came lost in the woodlands of Randolph County about 6 p. m. yesterday when he stumbled across the Greenbrier. Cheat and Elk branch railroad line. Finding a telephone box he called 'the Western Maryland dispatcher's office in Cumberland and cfold offi-1 /•"lals he was lost and asked for '•jielp. ' ; . i A section foreman from Elkins,i zero weather, along 27 miles west of Harper, was sent;line. WHWCHA MEAN to the area arid located Wise, suf- 10 To Receive Career Service Awards Friday administrative officer for the chiefjdeen; and Roger W. Jones < ot staff. I Chevy Chase, assistant director. Other Marylanders selected forj Bureau of the Budget, in charge o; Uhe award included Herbert E.llegislative reference, i Angel, director of records manage-1 The civil service league initiated ments. General Services Adminis-jthe awards to bring recognition to ! tration. Bethesda: L e s t e r Jay outstanding persons in government WASHINGTON L?v-Ten persons, including four Marylanders, will be presented with career service awards here Friday by the Nation a) Civil Service League. , .Miss Edna M. Adkins. a native ot Delmar. Md.. will be the only woman honored. Employed by the'Conkling, supervisory chemican en- Mr Force since 1923. she is now'gineer, Edgewood Arsenal. Aber- join the service. work and to encourage others to in the near the branch Hatrorth's Counsel By 1\ No surgery needed! Reduce swelling of painful piles at home An amazing new. stainless compound has been developed to treat piles' torture at home. 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After all these years together, my husband began a flirtation with a younger woman, two years ago. When 1 discouraged it, he told me that he intended doing as ne pleased. He said he would go when pleased, and return when he Luxurious Comfort CHRISTMAS GIVING! As it happens, I am employed and earn my own livelihood; and have mv own car which I bought have a problem—that they and/or the partner have lost their way. Thus of course they make, no real for myself, and which I keep up. effort t brave, painful, ^humble and George never offers me money for'" ' ' anything, but neither do I ask for any. So I can't say he refuses to give. What do .you think of a situa-. tion of this kind, between a married couple our age? We are both . Christians and attend church regularly; and I. have been able to endure the ordeal only by praying, and praying again. I shall be grateful for your \ comment. — R.Y. pleased; and I was not to interfere with his life in any way. Can't See Factf I was just trying to save our home and our reputation — which s good in the community. Also, it breaks, my heart to see him dress .n his best and walk out without a word of 'explanation to^rne; and I am not to ask any questions. Where To Go, If She Leaves What am I to do? The only solution, as I see it, is to leave him. But the problem is, wjiere could 1 go, after all these years? We have fairlv comfortable home. Or Just Won't Say? DEAR R.Y.: Nine-tenths of the story, concerning what's wron; with your marriage," hasn't been told, it seems to me. Are you deliberately withholding? Or is it that you just don't see the facts in review—and the history of their unfoldment? This appears to be a case of a honest) to diagnose and solve the difficulty. And the consequence is tragic in middle age or after—since neurotic maladjustments neglected for years tend to become catastrophically costly to happiness in later life. Something of the sort has overtaken you and George. Ajid the only profit to be 'realized by you at this time is a growth of understanding, concerning what happened. One wonders why you've worked for a livelihood, never asking George for money, etc.,—unless to aim at self-sufficiency, or to indicate to him that you' aren't a leaner. "' . Which prompts the thought tha' maybe you outwitted him into mar riage, so to speak—corralling him simply because;you wanted hin intensely at the time, .althoughi Put your feet on EASY Street! AMAZING NEW SOLE! MICRO LITE er CAT'S PAW a miracle of LIGHTER THAN UATMR' \ LIGHTER THAN RUBBER! ADVERTISEMENT Good Man to Know at This Season couple whose lives have been going j knowing his heart wasn't in it. apart, for years and years: andj I have two suggestions.for you: ED BURNS finally the husband's behavior has taken la turn that makes the tragedy" unrriistakeably clear. Possibly George is trying to compel you to face the. reality of a bankrupt re- .lationship, 'so that you will stop (pretending (as you perhaps pretended for years) that "all is well'" —or, at any rate, adequate. ' An element of hypocrisy is im- ppcit in your argument that you were "just trying to save our home and reputation—which is good in I the community"—when you spoke {out against his recent dalliance (with a younger woman. Maybe he ! feels he is done with pretending, [and. wants to live sincerely, even iin a wrong cause, before he dies. George seems as remote from you as if he dwelt in another world, and this kind of estrangement doesn't develop all of a sudden. Nor is it induced by magnetic i forces operating outside the field 1. Read "God's Reach" (Macalaster Park) by Glenn Clark, to get the- pitch of regenerative love and total forgiveness of every...injury. 2. Unlock your heart to a psychological consultant^ to break up the habit of . stony self-containment. 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