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Aru al Gaelic Pantomime Dublin --(NC)-- A fair-haired that the Abbey had some time ago Montana lass, who came to this country five months ago to be mar- ried, painted the sets for the Abbey Company's Irish Pantomime, whose performances started the day after Christmas. She is Mrs. Carroll O'Connor, who, as Nancy Fields, met her hus- band in Montana State Univer- sity in the United States, both hav- ing a common interest in drama and fine arts. Now a resident of Dublin, the 22-year-old Mrs. O'- Connor painted the pantomime's settings under the direction of the designer, Vere Dudgeon. The famous Abbey Company op- acquired some property adjoining the site of the old building in the hope that a new National Theater would be built. Abbey director Ernest Blythe said that many matters have yet to be settled before the Ab- bey Company can go to the Government with definite plans for a new Abbey Theater. He favors a small theater and does not consider the great size of The Queens theater suitable for purposes of the Abbey Company, which is to present plays dealing with various aspects of Irish life in an intimate atmosphere. ened the Gaelic Pantomime at The Queens, a variety theater the AD-J Industry CounciJ Unit bey Players took over for two D,,-,,.6. I~A,.,,l^..m~n*e years after the old Abbey Theater ~Vvls= ~v~'vV'"~""'~ was destroyed by fire last summer. In Social Action Field Even people unfamiliar with Gaelic find enjoyment and fresh- New York--(NC)--Thirty-one lectures were given on the industry ness not found elsewhere in the council system in 1951, the educa- Abbey Company's colorful en-Lion committee of the Industry tertainment. It is expected to draw even larger audiences because The Council Association, Inc., reported Queen theater can accommodate at the association's first annual about twice as many persons as the meeting in the Hotel Statler here. old Abbey Theater. i The Rev. William J. Kelley, O.- The Dail Eirann recently votedM'I'' a former chairman of the 4,300 pounds ($12,040) to carry on! New York State Labor Relations until the Abbey Company can Board, also reported for the cam- build a new theater, possibly onI mittee the formation of social act- the old site. Finance Minister Sean ion programs among 175 students MacEntee at that time disclosed in Oblate Scholastifates at Wash- _ ington, D. C., Natlck, Mass., and i San Antonio, Tex. He noted for- Wahl Solid Small Clipper Lareest ecl]ine electric hair clipper in the world. A r~J bulr $9.75 WAHL I WAHL HAHD-E [ ~* - bri =ilent Dryer Vi a- tar J Price $9.75 Com- I A home that once platoI uses it cannot unit I get along with- with [ out It. 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Third St. Sterling / know how to do it. We may buy them a little gadget every time we go to the store. We may get the idea that a child should never have to do anything he doesn't want to do, or that he never should be punished. We may mistake indul- gence for affection. In a recent study it was found that indulgence (spoiling)slows up both the child's emotional and physical development. The spoiled child is ill at ease among people. He never is really happy. He may be afraid to take risks in play with other children. He won't step out and get healthful exercise in play. He gains no confidence in himself. The over-indulged child may be- come a poor eater. He may sleep poorly. All of us have seen thin, nervous children with fearful (as well as tearful) tempers. The study also included a rating on some children from homes where warm affection was shown wisely. These children were willing to plunge into play with the other children. They could think of interesting things to do in their play. They were, on the whole, happier and healthier than the spoiled children. Warm and wise affection is not rigid and unyielding. It may allow for some indulgence. The generous parent can overlook a good many small things which children do. He also believes a surprise present once in awhile does no harm. It gives more pleasure than the too frequent gifts to the spoiled child. The wise parent also understands the child's need for practice in free- dom of expression. He also under- stands his need for guidance in using his freedom. He also knows that he needs the security which warm and wise affection can give him. He knows, too, that spoiling the child spoils his fun and his security. Artlcl l " St. Louis--(NC)--The current is- sue of The Linacre Quarterly re- prints an article written for the N.C.W.C. News Service last August by Archbishop Karl J. 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