[Dr. Chambers Commentaries]
Tuesday, October 06, 1936
This episode is from the WNYC archives. It may contain language which is no longer politically or socially appropriate.
Two segments narrated by "Dr. Chambers." From Oregon State System of Education; KOAC
Scrambled Homes for Breakfast: On the occasion of a new school year. Sue is a Junior, John is in Junior High, and Bill is starting the 4th grade. After summer trips, it's difficult to get back in to the fall schedule. When everyone leaves the house in the morning, the house is a wreck for mother to deal with.
Concludes with a step-by-step break down of what each person did incorrectly to cause a "wrecked" day: there had been a lack of preparation for the day and that parents must communicate better with their children; neither parent had worked with their children to establish good habits.
Why I Don't Like Certain Individuals: Isn't it strange how many different types of people we dislike? [A list of people we don't like.] In conclusion, the two main types of people we dislike are those who injure our self-regard and those who force us to violate the principle of least energy.
From card catalog: Oregon State System of Education; Speaker: Chambers, O. R.
Audio courtesy of the NYC Municipal Archives WNYC Collection
WNYC archives id: 69171
Municipal archives id: LT382