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Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - May 11, 1968, Xenia, Ohio Ine Xenia daily Gazette Mir 11, it Helen help is paddle advised for impossible 13 year old by Helen Bottel dear Helen everywhere. Crumpled up paper the same. Dirty clothes i m sitting in my 13-year-oldlshoved under toe daughter s room. I want to Des Cribe it to you. Her shoes Are on the dres ser her school clothes hang Over the door her slip is on chewed gum stuck on the bed posts. The bed unmade dust everywhere. Perhaps All kids this age Are the floor. Magazines Are thrown slobs so i try to be patient. But when i ask her to clean up she passes Back. She even took up smoke a and tells me to clean up the ashes she drops. Helen child psychology books say she is too old for a spank ing. Reasoning does t help. Am i terrible to consider reaching for the pad dle dear reaching Don t just reach use Bat paddle 11. Dear Helen in your column recently the boys and girls of Xenia thank you the voters for your support of. The 12 Mill operating Levy Xenia schools ,6 Mill . Levy .3 Mill Happy time school Levy this adds up to a better education for Xenia s citizens of tomorrow a. draws a profile of her Mother who has a very tragic drinking problem. You indicated that an alcoholic can t be helped until she admits she it and suggested tha the girl get her Mother to a doctor the next time she is sick from a hangover so that hopefully he will make her face facts and accept treatment. May i refer you to our National Council on alcoholism 2 East 103rd Street new York n. Y., 10029, or to the local affiliate who will Supply information and Hope to a. I feel your response May have been unnecessarily pessimistic. Formerly it was thought that the alcoholic had to hit Bot Tom on his own. We now know that help can be Given through constructive coercion and creating a while it is True that the most effective treatment for the disease of alcoholism is realized when the patient is accept ant it is also True that positive res can often be achieved when initial treatment cannot be classed As voluntary. I also feel that a referral to Al anon or Al teen would be 11 helpful. The National address Ponse of these groups is . Box 182, Madison Square station new York n. Y., 10010. Information concerning local meet Ings May be had by calling alcoholics Anonymous listed in the Telephone Book. Doro thy gr1ffen, director of Public information Chicago Council. On alcoholism. Dear can tree anything be two done Ages Xenia schools citizens committee mrs. Wayne Cozard chairman paid pol. And. On the air first United methodist Church tune pm dial every sunday at 11 . Daily at . To 103. Whom pm Xenia if it s your Home k j s remo make your Home More enjoyable and liable with a citizens 1st National Home improvement loan you can enjoy those inside or outside improvements now and pay for them Over a period of months. Payments arranged to suit your income. Thes citizens main office and Auto Bank Greene St. West Branch Cor 2nd and Orange sis., Xenia branched in Bellbrook and Spring Valley Stop in or Call your nearest citizens 1st National office Early next week. They re the people who like to say be a deposits insured to by . National Bank and 37, from an Over posses Sive Mother the boys Are my cousins but i have not seen hem for 10 years. They never eave the Bouse. One is super to have a physical ail ment which keeps him from working and the other a Ner Vous condition. Though Bolh were Well educated the Mother works for them ashes Cooks cleans shops or them takes their domes to he cleaners. She Doss every Hing. But digest their food for hem. The boys father walked put on the family when they were Ery Young. The Mother Felt deep resentment at the other woman. She brought her sons up to think marriage was a rap and All women Are evil. Any attempt to change this situation was met with a tirade and so the family gradually left these strange people alone. But i m wondering what will happen to her boys when they Are freed by her death is there any Hope that she May change her views . Dear p i doubt that anyone can change your aunt s views at this late Date and i question whether the boys could take for it s quite apparent they Aren t capable of functioning of their own. Per haps their Mother is More protective than possessive Why Don t you family Mem Ben make a visit and find out the True situation seems to me your interest is about 1 years overdue. H. This Colum i is dedicated t family living so if you re hav ing kid trouble or just p 1 a i trouble let Helen help you she also will Welcome your own amusing experiences. Addres Helen Bottel in care of Xeni daily Gazette. Patient list Greene memorial Adai Lumm Friday mrs., Bert Crank 1025 s. Central ave., Fairborn medi Cal. Mrs. Robert carries 706 Huff Man aye., Fairborn medical. Mrs Ruth Lewis 631 w. Sec Ond St., medical. Mrs. Kennie Perkins Xenia route 1, surgical. Mrs. Donald Perrine 35 n. L Limestone St., Jamestown surgical. Leeman Cline Jamestown Routel medical. Oliver Frost .19 w. Xenia St., Jamestown medical. John Shoemaker 5% Eavey St., surgical. Births daughter to or. And mrs. John Butler 223 Jefferson St., Friday. Son to or. And mrs. Charles Ryin 8822 Dayton Spring i eld Fairburn Friday. Son it or and mrs. Verge 414 n. Stafford St., yellow Springs Friday. To or. And mrs. If flies a Nienaber 110 March Motif Friday. Sim to mrs. Donald Padgitt 2921 Valley View dr., Fairborn Friday. Gregory Barr 5-year-old son of or. And mrs. Robert l. Barr 1010 Bellbrook ave., surgical. Darrell Palmer 3-year-old son of or. And mrs. Robert e. Palmer 144 High St., medical. Mrs. Ebert Ard Beck 6434 Chipping son dr., Dayton Luigi Cal. Mrs. Keith Bowman 481 Franklin ave., medical. Mrs. Herschel Broyles 449 country club dr., surgical. Mrs. Leslie Clark 474 e. Main St., medical. Mrs. George Montgomery 109 Lindway dr., fair Bora medical. Mrs. Jay Reed South Solon route 1, surgical Don Anderson 722 e. Third St., medical. Elmer Colvin 211 Cincinnati ave., surgical. Elmer Haines 151 South St., Wilmington Kenneth Webb 1342 june dr., surgical. Fayette memorial Washington c. H. Dismissal Jasper Brown Jamestown surgical. Gazette land the Date Book note in Cor Respondence with author of this please address As follows Helen Bottel in care of the Gazette Xenia 0 h 16. This speeds the forwarding of your letter and it a i la not be opened in the Gazette news room. Banquet set Bellbrook the. Brook Church of Christ will hav us first Mother daughter ban Quet tonight at 6 o clock at the borne of or. And mrs. Bowman 3108 Leonora tearing. Gazette motor routes cover the county arro Brook Baptist Mission sponsored by Dayton ave. Baptist Church 600 Buckskin Trail Xenia Coilton Nichols pastor the Public invited school service saturday Mother daughter banquet at Hawker United Church of Christ Beavercreek 30 . Wesley workers class at Union methodist Church 6 30 . Loyal workers class Bowersville methodist Church with or. And mrs. David Davis Chillicothe . Monday sons and St., Bowersville daughters Jamestown Church class at of Christ. Berean class at Trinity methodist Church 12 noon. Extension homemakers luncheon at Givs . Mother daughter , Kim it methodist Church . Beavercreek Lions club at rest Haven restaurant . Xenia Lodge 49, at masonic . Gleaners class of fir s t methodist Church at Fellowship House . Cedar Cliff Pat at school . Rose society at do l bldg., 8 . Greene county histor ical society at snediker museum 8 . Xenia Grange and Pomona Grange at roof Hall 8 tuesday Ruth Circle of Bethel lutheran Church Bellbrook with mrs. Richard Spottz 4045 eco Worth dr., . A pcs at Jamestown meth Odist Church 12 noon. A pcs Bowersville methodist Church Jamestown with mrs. Opal Oliver 29 e. Washing o n tuesday literary club with mrs John Raney 350 Al Len St., yellow Springs 2 . Aldora chapter Oes at masonic Temple . Cedar Cliff Dar with mrs. John a. Davis James town Cedarville rd., , Myca Bridge club at a . Eagles auxiliary at bag. Les Hall meeting 8 . Evening mrs. Club with mrs. Donovan Steiner 8 Davis St., Jamestown 8 evening Star Council d of a at Fairborn roof Hall 8 . Shirts and skirts Cal with mrs. John Bennett 4119 Ridgetop Bellbrook 8 . Pleasant Grange at Bower s v i 11 e Grange Hall 3 . Wednesday Christian Circle of Sugarcreek United Church of Christ 9 . Spitz and Spatz Cal with mrs. James Guinn 174 Copper ln., ladies Aid at pleasant View Church of Christ 12 noon. Friendship club with mrs. De Mason 380 n. West St., . Friendly gardeners at yellow Springs. Library. Thursday at Spring Valley meth Odist Church 12 noon. Jamestown h 0 m Emak ers club with mrs. Opal Oli ver 29 e. Washington St., . A pcs at old town methodist Church . Kensington club at Cedarville up Church 2 . Greene county shrine St., 2 . I club at colonial inn 6 . Let us help you with your Why not it s the smart modern Way to lighten the Burden of House cleaning. Our Superior Manitone cleaning methods get out All the dirt. Colors and patterns sparkle. Fabrics will look right feel right drape right the results will thrill you and the moderate Cost is Well Worth the Drudgery it saves you. Call 372-4488 for pickup and Quick delivery. 6c 0. Decorator fold on request o 1 take Down clean and inc re hang by appointment Only special til end of May 15% off above prices Don Blevin s gleaning formerly Happy Day Fairground Road across from the Fairgrounds

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