Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 15, 1952 · Page 12
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TWELVE EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1952 Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker ili(try Hutvorth*s Mail Editor's Note: Widow wishes her child to live the American way, rejected by her parents, who came here from Poland. to men, etc. Pour months ago lie died, and I am anxious to make a new life for myself and small daugh- DEAB MARY HA WORTH: When ter . T wouW have to get a Job , and my parents came to this country | x want ^ put i itt le Julie in a. nur- from Poland more than 30 years, ago sery school, where she will mix with they immediately settled in a Polish all nationalities, particularly Ameri- community, kept their Old World i cans . customs and never tried to adapt toi r ' want my chi i d to escape the American ways. I was sent to ai miserab i e existence I have had; and Polish school, had only Polish com-j yet ^^ my pare nts a.nd my in- panlons and might just as well havejj aws axs begging me to let them take been in Europe. At an early age I married a man care o* Julie, How can I explain my reasons for refusing them? I am so with the same background and with unhappy; please advise me. the Old Country ideas my parents | E. S. had —- about women being inferior c , nl .- . . - Sound Planning Fuels Confidence Safer Cough Relief When new drugs or old fail to stop j your cough or chest cold don't delay.' Creomulsion contains only safe, helpful, proven ingredients and no narcotics to disturb nature's process. It goes right to the seat of the trouble to aid nature soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial membranes. : turnine down their offers of help, | Guaranteed to please you or druggist rare opportunity to put off rusty fetters and try the American way. provided you act boldly while change is in the air. But you mentally argue the risks with your elders, because you cannot see the outcome clearly. You know full well that no family encouragement will attend your attempts to move with the times; whereas much bludgeoning blame will fall on your head if bad luck should hinder your efforts to progress. There is an old saying "Be sure you are right; then go ahead." You are morally entitled to try to row your own canoe without family steering at this stage. But it's certain that a small child needs consistent responsible care, to safeguard health of mind and body. And if you have to be a breadwinner, you also have a duty to ensure a sucurity regime for Julie in your workaday absence; and my advice is to come to grips with DEAR E. S.: It seems to me that practical plans, before trying to you are fighting yourself, or rather say fighting fear, in mentally rehearsing imaginary debates with parents and in-laws, as to who should keep Julie. You wouldn't feel a need to "explain reasons" forj sell a revolutionary step to your parents. Put Child Care On Solid Basis refunds money. 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Not 11 you haven't experienced the relief of tension, "flashes" and irritability It so often brings at such times! Before another day has passed, try Lydia Pinkham's . . . the Vegetable Compound, or new. improved Tablets with added Iron . . . and discover how much easier your "change of .life" may be! Younger women and girls — suffering from functional pains and distress of menstruation—find Plnkham'6 wonderful too! It contain* no •pain-deadening drugs! Lydia Pinkham's action through sympathetic nervous system — relieves distress ot the" heatwaves" I Advertisement In A ' cjty there ^ var . *-»"j MU.IO <"v, »<n ious social agencies, church-run or sustained by public funds, that cater to the needs of widows with children. The function of these agencies is to study the problem of individuals like yourself, and help you evolve the best possible plan in the circumstances, — the program that will enable you to do most for yourself and the child on a long- term basis. The Family Service Agency, with branches all over the country, does a good conscientious job along this line. "AS one who has been over the road in the matter of rearing children while earning their keep, it is my thought that a nursery school might be only a partial, hence an Inadequate or unsatisfactory answer to Julie's needs of daycare, if you become a job-holder. Enrollment in a convent or other church school that takes boarding students, and would release them to the mother for weekends (if desired), might be a more solid ar- rangement. It would cut down nervous hurry-skurry, morning and night, and allow mother and child margin for suitable recreation in their limited leisure time—which in itself is an aid to health. Canvass the various possibilities of child-care with a skilled social worker, and when you have found a job, it will be time enough to decide for or against the grandparents' offer. If you turn them down then, you'll have defensible arguments for doing so. You may tell them about the self-reliant course of action you have in mind. M. H. Mary Haworth counsels through her column, not by mail or personal Interview. Write her In care of The Evening Times. (Copyright by the Washington Post) (Distributed by King Features Syndicate Inc). Political Action Group Organized A political action committee has been formed by Local 26, United Rubber Workers, with Ralph C. Eeard as chairman. Pfiul H. Hitter was named vice chairman and F. W. Warnicfc, secretary of the committee. Members are Harry Castle, B. O. Shaffer, Albert J. Jenkins, W. E. Plummer, Leo Barkman and "James P. Parrell. Beard said the committee will be expanded as election activities get underway. '. , The committee met Tuesday at the union hall. Raleigh, N. C., is named after Sir Walter Raleigh. Ruptured If T*v _ lay Another Baylor DOW it can b» conrrol)»d •With Freedom and Comfort in «v»ry norm»l d%y *nd night activity. Rand's CUT RATE BALTIMORE AND CENTRE STS. 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