Dill PA-2-4SOO for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD.. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 8, 1955 THIRTY-THREE OUT OUR WAY •v R. J. William OUR SOARDING HOUSE with MAJOR HOOPLI FMAT LAZV BUM/ i WO (MORE THAN TIP TM'TUB UP TO PCAIM rr^NDHE'S, ON rr FOR A MAP' WELL, 1 WI&H 1 COULD USE MY HEAP LIKE HIM WITHOUT AT IT.' HE JIS FK36ERED, HERE'S 6OOO , /Jews/ THeM AM AVJFUL MY FALLIM6 FOR ACROBAT-— i REALIZED TOOLAT& THAT f?OSSe /HORRl£SeV WAS IMS /MAM POR'Ate/— 60T AS PROUD AS A DERBV YOUR 61CL- I-SH EXPECT YOU AT HOOPLE- MANOR AMD CHAMCEF6RA WITHOUT HAVIN'TDSIT POWN AN 1 THEM H6 DISAPPEARED ~L Ti40L>eHTTHS. Mary Haworth's Mail Editor's Notej Divorced father at;tempt» to contact son; Overture is . -turned down; I« this final? DEAR MARY H A W 0 R T H Twenty years ago my former wif had to choose between her mothe and me. (The mother was liviri, with us instead of with her goo- husband.) Unhesitantly my wif divorced me, and her mother di vorced my father-in-law. Periodically since then I hav tried to negotiate an exchange o civilities for our son's sake; bu the grandmother always blocke •things with a scene. I could see i would be more peaceful for all I stayed away, but conscience al ways forced me to try again. When there was any cooperation or respect for my rights to see my son, I sent support money. Bu such contacts were few, scattered and unsatisfactory. The two women have never re married and have lived meagerly as recluses. I remained single for seven years, after the divorce. Mj second wife would love to know my son arid could be friendly with his mother. : , •• Should He Drop Hope Of Unity? Recently I called, at their home (they have no phone) and the women were out. But a neighbor tolc me that John, now 21, was recently married. and is in the Army — stationed 500 miles away. I hac long felt that Army life might correct his woman-dominated perspective; and the fact that he married despite their possessiveness also encouraged my hope of his thinking for himself. Wanting to see him, I sent special delivery letter (I don't believe in surprise visits) expressing affection,'Wishing happiness to him and his bride, and saying I would like to visit at their convenience. The letter was returned marked; "Acceptance refused." Must I try to forget about a real relationship with him? Although his mother had never acknowledged my entreaties, or Christmas cards, or news-bearin; notes, or letters to the boy, I had hoped he might be different enough from her — or at least curious enough — to see me. I admire your counsel to others and would appreciate your comment on this. -B. C. Mother-1n-Law Is Destructive DEAR B. C.: As I get the pic- hire, your mother-in-law is the typical dragon Mom, who wages ruthless war tin the "interloper" who tries by marriage (as she sees it) to "come between" her and her • prized offspring—her only child, or her favorite child, or her most dependent child, ar the case may be. Her morbidly distrustful social bias, the peculiarity of her personality, is clearly outpictured in the recluse life she has led, with her daughter and grandson under her wing, the past 2C years. She is an infantile character, with an incapacity for marriage, and with a panicky parasitical need to make absolutely sure (if possible) that iier love-objects won't (and can't) leave her. And to this end. she strives to make them feel helplessly dependent upon her militant "protectiveness"—and fettered also by gi'ilty consciousness that she expects them to stand by her "gratefully." in return for "ail she has done for them." Son Struggles For Self-Esteem Such a woman could hardly miss producing a daughter who would compulsively choose Mom, in case a decision was forced by the hus- 'band. And two such women, "mothering" a boy without a reuJ man's influence to the fore, would of course fill him with hostile de- carded dad. justify their themselves? Alarming Situation SHELBYVILLE, Ky. </PI — Two would-be burglars obligingly — but accidentally — called the police ivhen they entered a lumber firm n the wee hours. One of them knocked a telephone off the hook. The operator relayed vord to officers that something strange was going on. So the poke rushed out and nabbed the pair. To further estrange the boy from his father is his borrowed contemp for that allegedly worthless man which colors his feelings abou himself. .^Unconsciously (if not conscious iy) he is apt to feel no-account too —because he is basically lacking in the sure self-respect of persons happily identified with decent bar monious parentage. Thus he in clines involuntarily to stay as far as possible from the "bad father' figure— while trying to assemble some self-esteem. This is the emotional chain re action back of your son's rejecting attitude. It was unrealistic to expect that he would be manfully "different" from his mother, when re'ared in conditions that conspirec to make him grandma's puppet. As you are an Army regular, my advice is .to talk things over with the be Army chaplain, can engineer a and perhaps man-to-man meeting with your son—so-thaj^the soy may learn to know you as~you really are.— M. H. . Mary Haworth counsels through her column, not by mail or personal interview. Write to her in care of The Evening Times. (King Features Syndicate) Smart Classic Television Highlights THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, J935 These television listings are compiled from programs furnished by ifations. The Times is not responsible for late changes. STATION" KDKA (Pittiburch. Channel !) . TODAY 5:00 Video Adventures 5:30 Roy Rogers 6:00 News 6:05 Buzz And Bill 6:30 News 6:45 Pitt Parade 7:00 Mr. District Attorney 7:30 Time Out 7:45 Ranch Gals 8:00 Bishop Sheen 8:30 Guy Lombardo 9:00 Dragnet 9:30 Thursday Theatre 10:00 Playhouse Of Stars 10:30 Truth, Consequence 11:00 World Tonight 11:15 Stories Of Century 11:45 Patti Page 12:00 Thursday Show A. M. 12:30 Sports Final 12:40 Swing Shift TOMORROW 7:00 Garroway 9:00 Wayne Griffin .0:00 Garry Moore .0:30 Woman's Angle 10:45 Garry Moore 11:30 Strike It Rich 12:00 News 12:15 Cartoons 12:30 Search Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1:00 Bill Brant l:3tTKay's Kitchen 2:00 Robert Q. Lewis 2:15 Valiant Lady 2:30 Meet Neighbors 3:00 Big Payoff 3:30 Playhouse 330 4:00 Brighter Day 4:15 Secret Storm <:30 On Your Account 11:30 Tonlabt TOMORROW 7:00 Garroway 9:00 Little Rascals 9:30 Romper Room 10:00 Ding Dong School 10:30 Search Beauty ' 11:00 Home 12:00 Tennessee Ernie 32:30 Feather Your Nest 1:00 Feature Playhouse 2:00 Afternoon 3:00 Matinee Theatre 4:00 Date With Life 4:15 First Love 4:30 Mr. Sweeney 4:45 Modern Romances 8:00 Bishop Sheen 8:30 Stop The Music 3:00 Star Tonight 9:30 Down You Go 10:00 Confidential File 30:30 Man Behind Badge 11:00 News. Weather -IKIS'Sports 11:25 Top Plays Of '55 11:55 Heart Of City TOMORROW ' 1:30 Cartoon Concert 2:00 Ladies Theatre 3:30 Quiz Club 4:00 Studio 7 4:30 Clown Corner STATION WSVA rrlionburg, Channel TODAY 5:00 Pinky Lee 5:30 Howdy Doody 6:00 Western Trails 6:45 News, Sports 6:55 Market. Weather 7:00 The Pendulum 7:30 Bob Cummings 8:00 Groucho Marx 8:30 The Millionaire 9:00 Dragnet 9:30 4-Star Playhoust 0:00 Video Theatre 1:00 The Playhouse 2:00 News, Sports STATION' WTTG (Washington, Channel 5) (Cumberland Cable i) TODAY 5:00 Lamb Session 6:00 Hoppity Skippity 6:30 Cindy Lou's Ranch 7:05 Matthew Warren 7:10 Weather Girl 7:15 Yesterday Newsreel 7:30 Ann Sheridan 8:00 Million Dollar Movie 9:30 Theatre Time 11:00 News 11:10 Featurama TOMORROW 9:05 Morning Hymn 9:10 Serial Theatre 9:30 Looney Tunes 10:00 Academy Theatre 12:00 Looney Tunes 12:30 Serial Theatre 12:45 It's Time To Eat 1:00 Two In A Row 2:00 Ladies Be Seated 3:30 Flame Theatre 4:00 Brighter Day 4:15 Secret Storm 4:30 On Your Account Heres a wonderful dress to wear or almost every daytime occasion! :s classic lines are always smart, 11-ways flattering to your figure: ie graceful yokes on bodice and kirt. your favorite detail. Sew in winter-cotton, soft wool—s-o-o retly! Pattern 4733: Misses' Sizes 12. 4. 16, 18, 20: 40. Size 16 takes s yards 39-inch fabric. This pattern easy to use. simple o sew. is tested for fit. Has com- lete illustrated instructions. Send Thirty-five cents in coins or this pattern—add 5 cents for ach pattern for Ist-class mailing, end to ANNE ADAMS, care of 'he Evening Times, Pattern Dept., 1:45 Film Theatre 2:15 Love Of Life 2:30 Search Tomorrow 2:45 Guiding Light 1:00 Film Playhouse 1:30 Love Story 2:00 Playhouse 3 3:00 Matinee Theatre 4:00 Brighter Day " Srcrrj Sorni n V-.., Account STATION WRC (Washington, Channel 4) (Cumberland Cable 4) TODAY 5:00 Pinky Lee 5:30 Howdy Doody 6:00 Footiight Theatre 6:45 Weather News 6:55 Sports 7:00 Wild Bill Hickok 7:30 Dinah Shore 7:45 News Caravan 8:00 Groucho Marx 8:30 Peoples Choice 9:00 .Dragnet 9:30 Thursday Theatre 10:00 Video Theatre 11:00 News 11:15 Weather. Sports 11:25 Les Paul, Mary Ford 3) STATION* WJAC (Johnstown. Channel 8) TODAY 5:00 Wild Bill Hickok 5:30 Howdy Doody 6:00 Sports 6:15 World News 6:45 Lucky Calender 7:00 Star And Story 7:30 Dinah Shore 7:45 News Caravan H:00 Groucho Marx 8:30 Peoples Choice 9:00 Dragnet 3:30 Theatre Time 10:00 Video Theatre 11:00 Diamond Theatre 12:35 News TOMORROW 7:00 Garroway 9:00 Fun To-Reduce 9:30 Garry Moore 10:00 Ding'Dong School 10:30 Search For Beauty 11:0!) Home 12:00 Tcnnuw-- '-".-nic I."-r.^ Feather .ir Nest 12:45 Farm Review 1:00 Search Tomorrow 1:15 Love Of Life 1:30 Feature Theatre 2:30 House Party 2:45 Movie Quick Quiz 3:00 Matinee 4:00 Date With Life 4:15 Matinee Melodies 4:30 Mr. Sweeney 4:45 Modern Romances STATION', WIVML (Washington, Channel T) (Cumberland Cable 3> TODAY 5:00 Mickey Mouse Club 6:00 Town And Country 6:30 News. Weather 6:45 Jim Gibbons 7:15 John Daly News 7:30 Lone Ranger STATION WTOP (Washington, Channel 9) (Cumberland Cable 2) TODAY 5:00 My Little Margie 5:30 Foreign Incident 6:00 Ranse Rider 6:30 Spotlight 6:45 News 7:00 Cisco Kid 7:30 Preston Of Yukon 8:00 Bob Cummings 8:30 Climax 9:30 4-Star Playhous« 10:00 Johnny Carson 10:30 Wanted 11:00 The 11 Report 11:30 Orient Express. 12:00 The Late Show TOMORROW 6:55 Morning Meditations . 7:00 Morning Show 8:00 Captain Kangaroo 9:00 Mark Evans 9:30 Mark Evans 10:00 Garry Moore 30:30 Arthur Godfrey iU. 30 — 5 !" 1 ^! 1 .Rich 12:00 Valiant Lady 12:15 Love Of Lile 32:30 Search Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1 :00 Jack Pnar 1:30 Love Story 2:00 Robert Q. Lewis 2:30 House Party 3:00 BiK Payoff 3:30 Bob Crosby 4:00 Pick Temple Ranch STATION WFBG (Altoona, Channel 10) TODAY 5:00 Mickey Mouse Club G:00 News Review 6:15 James Mason 6:30 Annie Oakley 7:00 Sports 7:15 John Daly News 7:30 Lone Ranger 8:00 Bishop Sheen 8:30 Climax 9:30 You Asked For It 10:00 Studio 57 10:30 Wanted 11:00 News 11:15 Playhouse 10 11:30 China Smith 12:00 The Late Show 7:00 Morning Show 8:00 Captain Kangaroo 9:00 Western Theatre 10:00 Serial Theatre 10:30 Search Beauty 11:00 Flynn's Inn 31:3(1 Strike It Rich 12:00 Tennessee Ernie 12:15 Love Of Life 12:30 News 12:45 Guiding Light 1:00 Jack Paar Show 1:30 Love Story 2:00 Movie Matinee 3:00 Big Payoff 3:30 Store Girl 4:00 Brighter Day 4:15 Secret Storm 4:30 On Your Account WISHING WELL Registered U. S. Patent Office. ' 3 S 6 L. 5 S 3 S 7 E 5 D '" 4 O 5 S H 0 •4 A 2 I 5 O 8 N 2 S 8 A 2 A 3 R 6 U O T 6 I 5 R 2 A 5 C 8 T 4 L 6 E ff W 8 V 6 G •1 A 4 r 7 E 2 N i L 3 S 4 A 3 R 6 N b S 8 E 4 V i T 7 T.T tj D 2 H 8 U 4 P 8 L 2 T 3 IT 8 R 5 S 2 G 7 A b W 6 E 5 U •i S •1 L b L ;> o 2 0 O T 8 F 4 M O I 7 H 8 ' I 6 F 5 K 2 C 5 E b R 3 E 2 P :s i 4 R 6 O -3 P 5 I 8 N b L 5 0 8 E 5 C 6 E 2 S 5 G 4 A 8 0 7 H H ERE is a pleasant little game that will give you a message every day. It is a numerical puzzle designed to spell out your fortune. Count the letters in your first name. If the number of letters is 6 or more, subtract 4. Jf the number is less than 6, add 3. The result is your key number. Start at the upper left-hand corner of the rectangle and check every one of your key numbers, left to right. Then read the message the letters under the checked figures give you. 0, by William J. Miller. Distributed by Klnr F««tures. Inc. tZ"O imenls towards his 'dis- . How else could they r twisted behavior to > 243 West 17th St.. New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. No matter how much o man criticizes his wife, he never questions her choice of o husband. j $ 1 1 i'!! The bes some o Wr« t time for o c fher time. lj.!.:W!\ AMP GUMPS& O' F!?AUKIE'£> PINK lOOK.ISH'T THAT KOYCE? CRIftMWY! WHA.T CAM WE PO WOW, L&FTV? TfXKE £K WE WHEN I GETOUrO'THEPLAME. IF THW £ NEJXK MUSH GET THAT PLANE OFF WY LAK/D OR I'LL SHOOT 1 &TILETTO HAS B&EN CAUGHT! . PISPOSIM6 Of KOVCE WILL GET ji 1 YOU MOTH1NG MOVSLEXCEPT" ' CHAIR! ALL ON ACCOUNT YORE OWN BROTHER BETRAVED C-COULDNT ^vO CRY AFTER TH NOTHIN MOST PREVENT IT/.' VO' SO AM DID.'.' CUSS MAH DOUBLE- CROSS'N' HIDE.'.' WHUT'S HE ANKSHUSS MERELY YARSOF IS ME -i 1 CARRYIN» AOON? MAH BABY BOY'S GONNJA . BE MAR RIED" AM'M SKEF.RED SOMETHiN'LL HAPPEN T' PREVENT IT.? OH, NO .'THAT WOULP NEV PO ' LUKE 15 A REAL FKOUP HOA1BRE. HE'P BE INSULTEP. TEX, IF LUO<y LUKE IS SO HARP UP, WHY PONT WE JUST ASK MR. MILES TO LENP HIM SOME MONEY T HE'LL TRY TO PAY US FOR WHAT LITTLE HELP AMV8OPV IrJ HERE,/ Ttt«r& SAW A 6UV RUNNINS SEE OR HEAR "\\VHENJ H6 POWM THE STREET ANYTHING UNUSUA.) CAViE iFkSUBEP HE WAS &UY HELD UP THE SHOP NEXT DOOR. JUST A FEW MINUTES /V3O. CAM VOU SEAT THAT? 6IVE ME SOVAE SMALL CHAMSft I 6OTTA CALL A DETECTIVE FRIEMD. HEVAWee HE COULD SOLVE THE HOLDUf? HUH? -i WHAT'5 ALL THE CQVIMOJJON OUT THEREV IN. VVHY CON'T you ASK MJNUTES AGO- Copr, 1955 by MEA S«rv'«, ln«- T. M. Ktj. U. S. Pat SORE COOU? BE & WXK M ROUltO' SUE_DOKA J \OBX...l WOPE BOOTS VMBRE'S ttUE? wr. 1JS5 bj NEA Stntc*. Inc. T. M. RM. UL S. P«t OK. IT'S A SAFE BET THAT THE NEEDLE BEND AGEA IS WMEUE CLEVE LOST MIS LOGS, TOO — IVE A HUNCH ABOUT THE MISSINS LOGS, ff PUD. ..LET'S GET TO MVATA AMP SEE WHAT RAD BSSWSTEF? TMIMKS OF IT— ONE COULD HAVE TAKEN DON'T GET THEC>e WAS NO LOG NEEDLE: YST MAMV LOGS (SONS / I'LL TELL ME?. BARNES YOU WISH TO I'LL TELL HIM, AWSELP, CUTIE. 'YOU JUST SIT HERE AND LOOK BEAUTIFUL,-. MERE, HERE! WAT'S THE IDEA OF-BURSTING IN HERE LIKE THIS? THIS SAYS THE LAWYER HANDLING GREAT-UNCLE HUSH'S ESTATE HAS OFFICES HERE. I HOPE HE'S IJEADY FOR AN IMPORTANT CALLEK... BRAWN ADAIR, PAL, AND I DON'T WANT ANY TROUBLE. NVHERE'S Tl DOU6H? /AW, SEE, MOWER — ANYWAY, i HATE- , LIVING BY THE CLOCK:/ Do 1 HAVE'TO WATCH T1MB ASAIN? IT CRIMPS MY FUN/ UV|NQ BY THE ICE BOX POESMT BOTHEE YOU MUCH DOES IT? "TRY AMD SET MOMS BY ELEVEM TONI6MT, JUNE/ n-e by NEA Strvtee. 1M. T. M. R»g. U. S. Pat Off. WHAT ARE VOU DO/WG-, MyRTLE.? YESSIR/ IT CAME OUT PRETTy G-OOD, EXdEPT-POR ONE THING/ I DIDNT &ET you ft TIE THE IMDRAWINfr YOUR PICTURE POP.' RI&HT COLOR.' I DON'T THINK YOU'VE HAD IT SO BAP, ALLEY:. WE'VE GOT ALONG PRETTY WELL FOR CVER TWENTV WELL, WHAT'S WRONG WITH BEING TOJGH? , BUT MY GOSH, LOOK AT ME..rM TOUGHER'N AW, SHUCKS, I'M TIREP OF BEJN' A ROUGH NECK. PER CATSAKE... WANTABEA SENTLEMAM THERE WHAT I MEAN To EVEBYBOCVS AMAZEMENT, EACH HOOLIfiAN TAKE? A PARTMEE AND FINISHES OUT THE DAOJCeJ.. THEY LEAVE THE FLOOR. KIGHT OM THE BEAT.... I'M sofazy...TN6eE BE AN/ MORE/..THE BOYS TOOfc THE &Ki& EIGHT ON OUT OF THE BACK POOK / WHEEE DID CHIN6 FIND THOSE CMORII4 BOVS? BRIN6 EM ON A6AIN.' TMEV AlW't HURTIN' NO- THE HOOLIGANS AKE BKEAKIMC ,V".> UP THE SHOW.'
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