Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 5, 1952 · Page 7
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Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY, 5, 1952 SEVEN Moore Files For Congress ANNAPOLIS — (IP} — George M. Moore, 33. (402 Deerfield Street). Sliver Spring, yesterday became the third Republican candidate to file lor the party's nomination lor Congress from Maryland's Sixth Congressional District, Moore, who last month announced j his resignation as chief counsel for i the Post Office and Civil Service i is a talented Chicago police officer. Committee in the House of Repre- "Dr. Crane, maybe you read the sentatlves, said he decided to enter | report about the two window the race "because my heart is heavy i smashers on the Northshore area," with anxiety over the future of our' he began. "Weil, we finally arrested the culprits. They were high school lads. "About midnight, they conceived The Worry CHnic By Or. George W. Crane == Editor's. N'o'<: R<*«d abo'Jt th« two vandals be.'fjv who arna.'hed 52,500 worth nl Tvfndowx. Do yfiii suppose th*y had an/ aense of money values? Would you s'vf.SK that, th^y had operated ;i nr u'.spapi'r fiuf;? Were they ri-i?ul'ir Suiriay .'Thooi attendants? Or mtMutrs o! tiie Boy Scouts? •Nu.'! saifii expensive country." As an advisor to members of Congress and congressional committees for the past ten years, Moore declared that he has "watched the mobile with brickbats. Then they executive branch drive our government into bankruptcy, coddle and protect Communists on and off the federal payroll and conceal the truth from the American people." The Republican Party, Moore said, must select leaders who "are dedicated to the preservation of individual liberty and consecrated to the task of rebuilding our government on the basis of morality, honesty and integrity. "I believe x x x I can give the people of the Sixth Congressional District the kind of representation they demand." Moore joins D. John Markey of Walkersville and Prank R. Long of Kensington in the party primary fight. Two Democrats have also filed for the seat—W. Prescott Allen of Bethesda and Mrt. Stella Werner of Chevy Chase. Others In both parties have indicated their intentions to file. neatly furnished with modern conveniences. These homes weren't good or the sons would not have been allowed to grow up with such a casual attitude j toward the value of money. ! You would not find newspaper CASE C-362: Albert V.. aged 37. carr i e r boys who would go forth on such a wasteful lark, just for "kicks." For newspaper boys, and all other youth who have actually toiled and sweat for their spending money, don't destroy property in this wanton fashion. You aren't likely to find any members of the Boy Scouts or Girl Scouts or Camp Fire Girls who will show such vandalism, either. And regular attendants at Sunday school certainly would not be the type of young person to break windows. Yesterday I told ypu of the folly in giving children an "allowance." The "allowance" plan is really a form of "dole." It causes children to expect something for nothing. the idea of loading their old auto- crui 4 sed through r.he weatlhy residential district and tossed the bricks at costly picture windows, as well as several plate gla.ss store windows in the .shopping area . "They were caught because one victim recognized their car as they went back over the area to see the darnge and consternation they had caused. "Their parents are fairly well off, so they are now paying the bill for the broken windows. It runs over $2,500 dollars. "The boys said they just did it for 'kicks'. How do you account for such vandalism on the part of young folks from good homes?" Homes aren't good just because they have well kept lawns and are But they should obtain it in the proper way, which, is by shedding sweat and gaining blisters or aching muscles. You-can set tasks to fit the limited strength and mental age. even of a kindergarten youngster. And be fair in your pay scale. Don't destroy the morale of the kids in the block by drunkenly offering your child or your baby sitter an excessive price for a given task. Many wealthy parents also err in this manner by overpaying their they want. But let them earn their money. Then, if they are later elected toj public office, we'll see them using more horse sense with our state and federal expenditures. We can't expect efficiency in government when millions -of homes are using the "dole" method of giving youngsters free allowances. • (Copyright by the Hopkins Syndicate Inc.i Dog Mourned YORKTON, Sask. — W) — Bert Lexier closed his billiard hall here for two days in respect to "Snooky," price scale. Don't exceed it but don't underpay your children, either. See that plenty of tasks are available so they can work as much as children. Instead, stick to your local nis ^ Boston bulldog that died at the venerable age of 14. The dahlia is named for the Swedish botanist Dahl. Inmates To Eat Cafeteria-Style ANAMOSA, Iowa—W) — Prisoners at the Iowa Reformatory here are going to have warmer food at mealtime if a plan under experiment works out satisfactorily. They will be fed cafeteria-style. Prisoners now file into the long dining room to sit at tables while other inmates bring their food in trays and buckets. Robert C. Lappen, chairman of the board administering state institutions, said he thought the food would be quicker and warmer it served on the cafeteria plan. Bread will be on the tables and coffee will be served at meals. P. T. Barnum sponsored Jenny Lind in her American debut. they don't earn don't even value the the And since money, they money very highly. "Easy come; easy go"; is still true of millions of children who are taught to expect something for nothing by this weekly training in getting something for nothing. We psychologists admit that children should have money to spend. 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