SUNDAY, AMtll 14, IMS •KESS-HIRALD A-5
ANN A Woman's Work Should
LANDERS Always Be Done at Home
I'm sure by now that you, my friend, or over to the friend's
faithful readers, know how I feel house for dinner. By the time
about working wives, and how "father gets home," it may be
Don't Hire Her Again sorry I am that so many of you
choose to work outside the home.
too late for either.
Perhaps she asked to do
Dear Ann Lenders: I have been told I am The rise in Juvenile delin- something she should not be
critical, hard-headed, unsympathetic and a perfeo- quency is always the fault of a permitted to do, anyway.
tionist, If you agree I will apologize in the front mother, if she works, and I fore- But you can bet that when
window of Macy-s department store next Saturday see a bad future for so many of "father gets home" he will
at Ugh noon. you mothers. probably let daughter dear
I saw fit to criticize the sitter because she'd: As a sad example, there was do it anyway because ifs
(1) Dug huge chunks out of a ham which I the hostess at a restaurant in easier than the usual argu-
had planned to serve to my bridge club. ment daughter will put up.
(2) Ate nearly one-third of a coconut custard Too many American mothers
pie which had not been cut into. COUNT MARCO think that once the baby gets out
(3) Left a permanent ring on top of the TV which I dined last week. I over- of the bib and toilet training
when the aet down a wet glues. heard her talking to her daugh- stage your Job is over. Don't you
(4) Burned a small hole in aa upholstered ter on the phone. She was sharp, believe it. A. youngster starting
chair. (Cigaret, of course.) A BBIGHTEB CASTER ... Preynrug to play Castor Bunny for the children con-
fined at Little Cemnany of Mary Hospital aro (from left) Kmy Dodacek, Dolores unfeeling and selfish. Her end of into the teens needs mother's
(5) Talked on the phone for one hour and 20 Pretoriai, and Lrarle Hnfhef. The girls and other members of the West High the conversation went like this: guidance, advice and help even
minutes and made it impossible for me to Girb Athletic Association decorated and1 delivered, the eggs ito the youngsters III .<f!Well, I'm tired too. I'm more. These are their confused
reach the house. conjunction with their community service project.____ *.-_________, ''.''<_ tdta.busy to talk to you now. years.
Comment, please. SCARSDALE AJ& your father whenever During these years you partic-
Dear Scars: If yen ht>« this girl to sit
/or you again you have holes in your head,
Master Teachers Guide he gets home. You know
you're not supposed to
bother m* here at work,*
ularly belong with your children
and should be home when they
return from school With no dis-
Woman. she snapped viciously and tracting outside job, you have
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Dear Ann Lenders: Zelda and I have been Pilot Training Program slammed the phone in an-
more time and patience to ob-
serve them, to study their moods
married for three yean. She is a lively girl and I casually glanced at my watch. and head off any problems be»
always had a lot more energy than I have. By DOUG HUFF junct faculty member of Cal-, ow to teach effectively but
Praaa-Haraid oun wntar jtate and participates in the bey also have an opportunity It was a bit past 6 in the evening. fere they occur.
About six months ago my brother Dick started With a pilot group of six program helping to evaluate for a retrospective study of Naturally you would like to know I always say, "Every juve-
to take Zelda to the movies, bowling and a few students, CalStato, Dotnin- the graduate student. master teachers," Dr. Martin my reaction. She's a sorry excuse nile delinquent has a de»
other places because I was too tired, Last week ruex Hills has launched what They also take part in the son said, for a mother, that's what she is. Unquent mother," And when
Dick, who is a salesman, asked Zelda if she wanted may become one of the most student seminars as "re- "A master teacher is cruet There is her poor daughter at 1 say it, of course-it has to
to go on the road with him for a few days. She ontstanding one year gradu- sources." The seminar meets ly important and probably home. At her age, her problems, be so.
asked me if it was OJC. and I said yes, so she went. ate teacher training programs once a week during the se- le most Important single in-
in the state college system, mester on Monday at noon, dividual in the preparation of no matter how small or unim- Now, all you mothers, partic-
They got back yesterday and Zelda said she had a Under the guidance of Dr. Dr. Martinson also takes part teachers," she commented. portant they may appear to a ularly you mothers with teen-
groovy time. She wants to go again soon, Roth Martinson, professor of in the student evaluation While the Cal-State pro- parent, are big ones to her. I agers, give two weeks notice im-
A guy it work told me I must be crazy to education and psychology, through visitation to the class- gram started out small this really don't know what question mediately and go home where
allow this. I think he has a dirty mind. I talked it the six students have been room. 'ear, it is planned to enlarge she asked. Perhaps she wanted you belong and are wanted and
over with my mother and she said it was perfectly placed hi area elementary t next fall and the Cal-State to go to a movie with a girl
and secondary schools with THE STUDENTS in the teacher education program needed. NOW!
all right because Dick is a blood relative. Do you carefully selected "master program are carefully screen- wUl have three full time
agree? QUESTIONS RAISED teachers" to serve as active ed by a Cal State faculty ^m- members,
participants in a classroom, mittee which sets policy. On Presently some of the Salesmen to Receive Ford Awards
Dear QJt.: Sure. Dick it a blood rtlatfoe. Dr. Martinson selected the the committee an Dr. Solo- wunes in the program are Seventeen Ford dealership celve awards at the annual thur Marcotte, Alfonso Rasv
But AC'S YOUR blood reiatfcf, not Zelda's, master teachers, whom she mon Marmor, assistant profes-t«««ht by general faculty salesmen from the Harbor Ford banquet con, John Blaynew, Paul
dummy. Put an end to 'this chumntness or you defines as teachers who have sor of chemistry; Dr. Stephen members who are specialists area wffl be honored for out- L. S. Grey, Los Angeles dis- Brown, Eugene Gimenex,
demonstrated outstand-Brown, assistant professor of n their academic field and trict sales manager, said the Harry Reams, George SheB,
might wind up being your own brother-m-Iaw. ing competence and reliabB-psychology, David Hudson, co- h»ve knowledge in public wffl receive Top Phillip Calboun, Ray Terry
If Dick tuonts a ftmalt companion on his trips Ity in their classroom and con- ordinator of audio visual serv- school education, Sales Awards, and Donald Feller, all of Kbtt
suggest that he find a nice single girt and duct meaningful activities to ices and lecturer in geology tanquet Tuesday at the Cen- and 300-500 Club membership and Smolar Ltd., WUmingtoa;
and education; Mrs. Frances INSTEAD of setting up a tury Plata Hotel. awards. and Manget Griffith, Charles!
marry h«r. help their students leara.
* o Stelner, assistant professor o: separate department of educa- They are among more than Receiving 300-500 Club mem- Kelly, Sam Vaccard, Calvin
nii«*»i vine «.«t « *» hJnmi*c; Dr- Qninton Mm,v»i 500 Southern California Ford bership awards are Joseph Clark, and Clifford Layman,
Dear Aim Lenders: What would you do if yon _£.«» », Stodola, to involve the entire \*£Zi
DUUNG THE past year shel assistant profeaMr of paychol tion, the college «.« sought retail salesmen who will re- Mukahy, Jack Teaford, Ar-sfl of Vet's Ford Sales Co.
'«i.H«d . »« h.«vi»~ **.*. has school
were 18 years old and your mother kept harping «* diractor <* ~ui»el.to avoid making it competi
on bow important H is to be a good girt and cfaooee *?****«** •*'• "1 tive for fonda with other divl
your friends carefully and have high standards and
make the boys respect you and then you find out
tap Beach, and
Union High School Martinson. slons.
As a participant hi the col the ^ft^ .tudtota take wffl be involved in the pro-;
Press-Herald Sunday Crossword
that SHE wasn't such a good girl when she was 18. lege program, each of the academic courses, half of gram. Th« districts presently1 (Answer on Page B-3)
Her standards couldn't have been very high master teachers serves as ad- them in general subjects. Due- involved were selected partly ACROSS
and she wasn't very careful about her choice of Ing the spring quarter more for convenience of the stu- illty DOWN
friends because she had a baby out of wedlock. 1—Cxnauct
time is devoted to classroom dents involved S7—Paront a—FTlntar'* maatura S7—Bpal
Would you obey her or would you laugh at situations with the master Students participating in S—Agalnat •1—Malayan
teacher and leas time to the pilot program are Pam W1—Hickory nut 4-C«nfaaa M—PooSSva
he/f-^BUFFALO TEEN m Starch 04—aitoa
course work. Striplen, one of the first four 106 «aouo«
However, If Dr. Martinson graduates of CSCDH; Barbara 1»—enzymo
. Deer Buffalo Teen: Tne choice is yours, and the master teacher as- Wood and Virginia Finnagen, I 111—Indudlno avaryttilng
but you know what sometime* happens to
people who laugh when there is nothing funny. Schedule signed to the student feel the both of whom previously at-l
student is progressing wen tended CSCDH but received! ^JSjapS
Someone usually drops a butterfly net over Membere of the forenrics enough, the amount of ttme their degrees elsewhere; Lu-l ^J5U?SJ, 180—cannit
them. team at i «f| «3—Branch of teaming
Did it occur to you that your mother loees travel to Bakenafleld Thurs- be increased "We don't have Russell Sage College in New i Paroalv MO—aharp IS—Nulllftod 116—FlauMar
you enough so that she doesn't want you to go day to compete with Junior a fixed time for this," she York; Faye Hollins, a Pepper- —imarjactlan 1M Practical
colleges throughout Califor- noted, dine College grad; and Gayle —pawn: prof.
MunclMd 1M—Paur oontly S3— Landi 181 CompMi point
through the hell she experienced when she nia. The annual Junior ooOege Uyeno, a Long Beach State —information 1ST—«lly
31—«art Ha -Mu«lo aa wrltta»
was your age? It may well be that HER mother state diamptonjtupa wffl be "NOT ONLY do they learn grad. 130—Lawar
didn't tell her anything and she had to pay an hosted this year by Bakers- MS Taatn dn* 187— hMlptant
enormous price for her ignorance. If you d*s-
regard your mother's advice on the grownde
Competing last week in the
Individual Brents Tourna-
Deadline Tomorrow for S—Owing
1 4 Mmmunton Plata 15O i Menrtar
that she is a poor example you are making a t! •*• - 1ftt—Franeh aumnwr
big mistake. She may be the BEST example
ment at UCLA, Barbara Mat
son received the second place
trophy IB women's persuasive
Veteran's Exemptions isa eutuM
140—Far axamala! abtn.
Veterans who plan to ffle hi person at any assessor's 50— Meaala law
Tim Pte reoBhvd an excel for their property tax exemp- ffice, bringing with him a UV-Facility SS—gorn ^^
— man'a ni 1SS eaaaa
lent certificate In both ex tion must do so by tomorrow, copy of his honorable dis- Fartlval
ft—Turning muaela IJS—glaaua
aeous and impromptu Assessor Philip E. Wataon charge and, if he owns real isa—nird (7—Wtmtarw
and John Reynolds »atd today. roperty, his deed or other 16 Salary ivar tola
waa awarded an excellent cer- Claims may be filed in per- roof of ownership. 8EBS*. 144—*Unl nama
tificate la the expository son at any of the assessor's To be eligible for the ex 174—thflpw*
«0) tttt. Frtdabare-HaB SyMtoata epaaUaf category regional offices or in Boom emptton which allows a 17V-aUM council
225 of the Hall of Administra- 1,000 reduction in asses
tkm up to 5 p.m. tomorrow ralue the veteran must
If veterans mail their re- either have been a resident
turns, they must bear an f California ss of Nov. 3,
April 15 postmark or the 964, or have entered the
claim cannot he accepted. ervice from California. His
A veteran who is filing roperty ownership is llmiteC
for the first time must appear o less than $5.000 if single
r 110,000 if married. All
laims must be signed.
Will Hear Will Meet
Assessor In Torrance
PhUp I. Watson. Los An Peace Officers Shrine Club
gelee County aasiesor, will be will hold its annual Fellow
the featured speaker at Moo- ihip Night tomorrow at the
day's meeting of the Young Fump'n Jack Restaurant, 290
Home Builders Council at the Pacific Coast Hwy.
dodger Young Auditorium in President Robert O, Young,
Los Angelas, chief complaint deputy of th
The Young Home Builders Los Angeles city attorney'
Council is the educational office, said that a social hour
arm of the Building Industry at 6:30 p.m. will precede the
Association. dinner and show.
Watson's speech, entitled Co-chairmen for the eve-
THANKS . . . Assemblyman L. E. (Lurry) Towns*** (center) take, time *«t "To Assess or Not to Assess ning are Wayne King and
frean ta» Lawndab feuth Parade to says thank* to Fred Schalts (right), district That b the Question," wil Roy Tracey.
raawvtoet far MeOeauiU's, fat the firm's fswd nabbf efferts e* behalf el the deal with the growing com Peace Officers Shrine Cm
Torranca Area Y**ta Bands, Inc. McD«aala"i will daaate all ptvflti from the ptexitles his office is facing is one of 66 similar dubs af
tnre* Torrance location* aext Trwtiay to ta* Yonth Band » h«l» finance the io the property taxation fle* fUIated with Los Angeles
band's tri» to Cal «§ t*. At left la Max Pridmero, pra^da-t ef ta» lent* Tomorrow evening's meet Malaikah Temple of th
Band beard. ing will begin at 7 p.m., Shrine.