Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 4, 1952 · Page 16
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'••: SIXTEEN EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD* MONDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1952 Phone 4600 for a WANT AU Taker The MATURE PARENT .—- - _- u -.,_.--,.T|-,- - -TTT--L-1- — _"*-•---. - ' ' ' Working Mothers Should Hang On To Femininity menfolk is our title to identical zeal, to substitute for a father, Della'l/"' -..-I.--. ("\f f At hoc nnlv ciir-rppriprl in ripfraudinz VrUUV-JUd V/11C1 has only succeeded in defrauding her children of a mother. Yes. I certainly wish that the rights with them. Since we aren't men, this is confusing. It has driven us to take pride in f em inists wno got" us the vote had anything but, the distinctive femi-| made more o£ a point O f telling us nine trait of tenderness and has in- i to improve the differences between volved us, among other, more seri-j men and us instead of trying to ous disagreements with men, in un-j erase them. ending arguments about things likei j w ^h they'd said. "Look, my our rights to smoke cigarettes on the i dears, the real battle is not for a [15 Scholarships Goucher College has made avail- exceptional students, well adjusted socially and emotionally, can profit by being allowed to accelerate at this stage of their education. They will enter college without completing '-Eight years ago, when Delia B. left I Ted B., she took a job and Ted disappeared. Resourceful and en-1 How close do I come?" "Pretty close," said her friend. "Don't look like that," said youn "'Delia. "It doesn't throw me; (Uprising, Delia soon parlayed her I used to it. I've been an orphan a Outstanding high school girls who will be between the ages of 15 and 16',-j as of September 29 this year and who will have completed at least ten years of schooling at the end of the current year'are eligible. The two-year scholarships, valued t $3,000, are made possible at the i we give a whoop about them, but j hold on to it, cherish it and improve j Towson college by a $108,000 grant By MURIEL LAWRENCE i mummies have to be daddies, too.(street and drink Martinis with our j vote _' you k now . The real one is foot on a brass rail. It's made ourj earning respe ct for womanliness men suspicious of us, defensive andj equal to respe ct for manliness. As I angry as they try to deny us privi-< vou can - t ever w j n it unless you rrn'' eges *' llat ' We demanci ' ri ° t Because j yourselves respect your womanliness, set March the senior year of high sch001 as a deadline for applications. because we just want to be sure T , . , , nf „.. : IJ^LtlU^C WC JU3U VVd.11^ IU UC suit tlldLij Job into a from office with her long Ume. I've had no good of ray . . . . . fofVior onH cinr-o mv mr»!-hpr start.-: J ^ name on the door and was s«rny mother start- enough money to buy her children ed thill!dn S sne had lo ^ave like; .. _ . . .. . , •» T'afhen- T'v» VinH nn mriinpr fMrnPi' i ." (from tlie Ford Foundation's Fund | for the Advancement of Education. Next to the electrical industry, i The project, Sn which Goucher is the best clothes, schools, toothbraces I and matinee tickets. In young Delia's last year at boarding school, she was given the star role in Its big dramatic production. Half an hour before curtain ja father I've had no mother, either ! Delia B.'s resourcefulness and en-| [he automotive industry is 'fie larg- time, a telegram was delivered to She's been too interested for years i terpnse are fine human traits, in proving that she's a better man! whether they are in men or women. than my father to have any time! 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No one refused the milk or confessed after drinking it — as should have happened, But that night one of the suspects felt deathly ill and called for t'.ie leopard-skin chief. He removed the "spell," the man recovered and con- fessed. The Record says guilt was later established legally. There are 450 species of ants In Brazil. Einstein considers time as the fourth dimension. Helps You Overcome FALSE TEETH Looseness: and Worry No longer be annoyed or leel W-at-easQ because oi loose wobbly false teeth. FAS- TESTH. an Improved alkaline (non-ac d) powcXr sprinkled on your plates holds them \rnier so they feel more coratortable. Soothing and cooling to gums made sor» by excessive acid mouth. Avoid embarrassment caused by loose- plates. Get FASTEETH today at any drug store.—Adv. for Bill or me „, . ,. , . ; u f ,„,„ Though young Delia's ins ght Into her mother overslladow Idoesn, know USV^S' She'll ^minine auality_of tenderness. "You open it," young Delia told j does resent her mother's repudiation the friend who was sharing her i of feminine tenderness, dressing room. "I know what it j responsibility, as do many children says. It says that my mother can't (in our confused, divorce-ridden era. this unbalance that makes her and entfi ^ feminine s> instead of assets> to herself and • get here because a big business conference has come up. It says for me to remember that this kind of thing is bound to happend when CUTICURA In a sentence from his book "Love Against Hate." Dr. Karl Menninger.l the noted psychiatrist, sums up the! problem of women like Delia B in I this way: "Feeling oppressed and' frustrated by males, woman identifies herself with the aggressor and depreciates her own femininity. A woman's repudiation of her femininity is self-destructiveness and to the extent that she accomplishes it, she frustrates herself . . ." 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