Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 6, 1952 · Page 10
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 10

Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, February 6, 1952
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TEN EVENING TIMES. CUMBERLAND, MD., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1952 Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker The MATURE PARENT •Teens Need A Chance To Judge Own Needs questing it. Wriggling into It for a try fit, Joan says comfortably. "It will go with my old brown skirt as well as my bluc-and-yellow plaid. And I don't have to be afraid By MURIEL LAWRENCE Rushing to school. Joan says, "If you s(te a cheap little slip-on sweater downtown today, I wish you'd pick it up for me. mother." Wandtrf ill For IM SKIN RASH Zerao— » Doctor's lavwibla yet highly mediated aatiseptic — promptly relieves Itch of surface akin irritations. Alsto aids healing! ...... ••' > In g siz Her mother does not ask Joan why she wants such a sweater. Joan is 14 years old. Her mother respects her child's ability to judge her own' needs and therefore does not demand her reasons for requesting the sweater. She knows that Joan, to become responsible, has to be permitted to take trial flights in responsibility just as pilots to be licensed, require a certain mimimum of flying hours. Joan gets her sweater and her mother gets Joan's reasons for re- „ of.knocking around the house In|has requested. all, but by the need to annihilate him as an Independent person. For his submission, we are willing to bribe .him with more expensive j toys, clothes, privileges than he Guard Camp Set At AP Hill it, either." But at Nancy's house down the street, things are done differently. When Nancy asks for a pair of Just ask yourself why you love and trust someone you know > so much. Do you ^love and trust him because he has given you things? wnen rsancy asss jor a P»U u* - - , - . inexpensive loafers, she gets ox- Of course you don't. Those we love forts that coTt $12.95. If she re- and trust the most are the people quests a windbreaker like Joan's, who give us a sense of our own she gets a' mouton jacket. If she human value and power. 1 ... . Titcf an cr\mi flK TV} I asks for a dime notebook, she ends up with a snap-ring, leather binder. It's always like that at Nancy's Just as soon as possible, we should begin to encourage children to exulaiii their reasons for want- it's always HKe tnat ac nancy a ; *•--- - .. ! house. Money is no object-so long «>g what they ask for. Then like ^ _ . Tnan'o rrmrrinr nrp fltln niir VQUnE:- as Nancy lets her mother make up [her mind for her on her wants and needs. If I acn never willing to permit you to judge your own needs and wants, but insist on substituting my Get extra capacity with a G-E Washer! ACTIVATOR* WASHING ACTION- WASHES EVERY PIECE INDIVIDUALLY! uiuucv ideas about them in place of yours, tnera _ I do not show respect or confidence in you. By implying that my ideas about your wants and needs are uperior to yours, I am implying iat I am a wiser, more efficient, etter person than _you are. At he cost of your self-confidence, I xalt mine. I fit quite snugly into Joan's mother, we and our youngsters will know each other so well that mutual trust disposes of the need to check and examine their every wish. Their wishes represent them and should come to be included in our trust and respect for he dictionary definition of a dominating" person. So long as children are too in- judge their own wants and needs for themselves, we have to do it for them. If, like fancy's mother, we continue to do t past the time when they should e doing it for themselves, we dis- ourage the kind of responsibility Joan has shown in adjusting a weater to fit three different needs. She has given special thought to the purpose served by a special •cind of sweater. We do not show ove for her by buying her an expensive navy blue cardigan instead of the cheap yellow slip-on. We show domination and dictatorship. Like fancy's mother, we are not motivated by love for our child at Model AW 452 General Electric 10-Ib capacity means bigger loads— fewer loads—less trouble and less work for you. •INSTINCTIVE" WRINGER • ADJUSTABLE TIMER ONE-YEAR WRITTEN WARRANTY - •- «. I**T. orr. Headquarters for Television CUMBERLAND ELECTRIC CO. Corner Virginia Ave. and Second St. Phone 619 Service On All Refrigerators, Ranges and Washers Youth Uses Cap Pistol In His Holdup Attempt PITTSBURGH — (IP) — A judge iere sentenced an 8-year-old boy to •ie reformatory for an Indefinite ,ernr after the youth told him he sed a cap pistol in a holdup so he ould obtain money to get married. In handing down the sentence, udge John J. Kennedy gave this dvice: "The reformatory will do ou more-good than a wife." The 29th Division will return to the scene of its Wprld War II training June 28 to July 12 for the annual encampment for National Guard companies of Maryland and Virginia. Units from the area are Headquarters, First Battalion; ana Headquarters Company commanded by 1st Lt. John D. Hensell; Company C, commanded by 1st Lt. John R. Jackie; and Company D. Frostburg, commanded by Capt. Gerald Reeves. j The area companies' summer raining, at AP Hill will also be the irst under field conditions. Officials aid usually the unit's training is leld with one week living in the jarracks and one week of bivouac ype encampment. Since World War II, area companies have had summer training it Camp Ritchie,, Md. for two years; at Indlantown Gap Military Re- servations, Pa., one year, and at Camp Pickett. Va. two years. Girl Missed Train, Also Hiroshima Blast Blind Carpenter Now Building Home Alone , NEW HAVEN, Conn. — (/P) — Miss jFumiye Miho, Honolulu-born Jap-! anese who was studying in Japan! when World War II broke out, prob- j ably wouldn't be alive and a student | at the Yale Divinity School today if \ she hadn't missed a train sevens years ago. The train was one on which she commuted 15 miles daily to Hiroshima, and the day she missed it was August 6, 1945. The atom bombi 'fell that day. OAKVILLE, Conn.— (/!>) —Carmen Ezzo, who has been building a house here single-handed for the past two years during his spare time from a factory job, has one advantage over other carpenters. Ezzo can and | frequently does, work long after > dark. The absence of light makes no difference to him. He has been blind since 1946. Election To Be Aired Labor's part in the Sixth Congressional District election will be discussed tomorrow at 8 p. m. in Trades Council Hall by the Western Maryland Labor Unity Conference. PERWSSIN Acts AT ONCE to Relieve swcou&tr CAUSED BY COLDS PAUL'S FLOWER SHOP PHONE 291 When in need of Flowers — Remember Paul's — and our For QUICK RELIEF of SORE THROAT DUE TO COLDS When pain strikes use dependable lime-tested TONSILINE VITAMINS ! ! ! 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