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PAGE FOUR THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1MB. Editorials... ALL SHOULD GIVE OUR FAIR SHARE The , success of Cass County's United Fund campaign should not rest only on the shoulders of the scores of TJF workers, but is mainly the responsibility of every citizen of this aiea. Tre workeis are g-vmg twice—once v of theirr time, and further of their rrionej Support of the •worthwhile United Fund agencies is one of the responsibilities of good citizenship It indicates your acceptance of one of the obligations whicn are incumbent upon the people who live in a good, healthy community. Few, if any, would care to dispense entirely with such agencies as the Scouts, the Y's the Teen Canteen, Red Cross, or other, social agencies which help contribute to the general good of the community Theirs is a function which can be replaced by no" other existing organization. Yet to function, they must, be supported adequately. / •While • countless hundreds, of .adults benefit from the work or direct activities of these agencies, it is the youth of the entire community which derives the greatest amount of good from such organizations, and it is upon them that the real lasting impact is made for tne overall betterment of:the'community. When you are asked to give, examine your position fairly, accept your responsibility, and give what is considered a fair share It is an investment in the' future; \ X V WOMAN OF THE YEAR HONOR The selection of Miss Agda Rafter, as "Woman of The Year" through the program sponsored by the local Business and Professional Women's Club is one which shtfuld meet with full approval of the entire Logansport community. Miss Rafter has given many years of unselfish service in a wide variety of civic positions. Her record of service, to the community is.^an outstanding one, and she-.is held in the.highest-es- teem . by both her thousands of students and by the public.at large. •-• • The B and PW club: deserves credit for initiating: this award, and as long as the selection in ' future years is as worthy as it has been in this,-, its first-year, the tribute should continue to be a very fine one. ' = .'.;" - . GEORGE E. SOKOLSKY THE CAMPAIGN-Vl Khrushchev has captured the fiont^ages o£ newspapers and is holding tit'attention of the public on television' Thus, the candidates for President in I960 are handicapped by this unusual interference The longer Khrushchev stays here, the more difficult it becomes for the candidates who cannot postpone the election to suit Khrushchev s com emence The lion curtain interferes with their publicity What was hoped for in this elec twn was-that the Iteo cajnpaign would bung forth a full debate on both domestic and foreign policies No such debate "has taken place since the Hoover Roosevelt campaign of 1932 Vice President Nixon's proposal that the debate be softened or postponed while the United Nations is in session has little merit On the otnei hand, criticism foi criticism's sake, without details, without urecise data is utterly useless What is needed Js a full;dress discussion of fall problems particularly those relating lo foreign affairs without slogans cliches, or oratorical language but with an emphasis on facts and-with detailed data Less than that is not worth while KHRUSHCHEV'S.; ANTICS are not more important for Americans than the campaign foi the Presidency Who reallj cares that he walked down to the: gate of the. old Pratt,estate; where' he spends week-ends,- to tease the newspapermen that he has a wonderful story for them namelj, that he is going to dinner' His clowning is not very amusing and would be regarded as unsavory boorishness were he not the head-of,a state. But the presidential election is always a significant event and requires full coverage When such news is re'egated to an inside page to make room for Lumumba and Nkrumah. it seems to me that news values are out of balance Perhaps it would be smart to take KhrushcheV out of:the news during The Light That'Failed WALTER WINCKELL ON BROADWAY Celebs About Town- Prime Mm- singers since Tennessee Emie, jster Macmillan ani Lord and will earn about ISOGs with ha Lady Home, slipping away from pj.,^ && "North To Alaska." their heavy Scotland Yard escort A ffiw he was ^ and strolling through Central , ,, , '„ . , Park ZsaZsa Gabor and P' ck f • Stephen Torrent who Franchot Tone getUng drenched «** » , 75 «?«"* htau and W8 - S in a downpour outside Trader Va ental ° s s j a " dTm ls ™ w * Vic's on ttth . . Kirk Douglas' m f keu ? ^P er L a ! LarrVc<M t %i profile stealing the show at the salon ™ " th ' St ° rk C!ub Eden Roc .. The Lee Tracvs waiter Bill Nahr was a tenor in in the Stork Club^next t'aUe 1o *^°° n ^ Randolph Churchill and Dale NBC-fr «P?« , N The Londoner was busy denounc- Carl J Pelleck . f nd ing some "miserable little worm'" Gross, Bklvn schoolmarm, blend 8 ' ° Ludle BaU, looking like a G,rl (m rehearsal togs), dashing from the "Wildcat" stage door to lad >' leadl "g ' heers for w * ur Evans * * e Cotillion most eves is Lucille (WEA] nearby luncheonette Meade - pluU y soaallte Adolphe Menjou at the ' Irma La Douce" pienuere featunng waxed Cait of Characters: Sammy Da- mustache spats and gold headed yjs, Jr's mother (Baby Sanchez), cane Shirley MacLaine look- who won 2nd Place in a Harlem. ing like a juvenile at 'Gypsy" in contest as 'Most, Popular Barred cloth coat straw hat and flats maid". . Stap-tease star Candy . Joan Crawford chasing the Barr, now doing 15 years in a lamy-day blues at the "La Texas clink (for narcotics), -who Plume" matinee Her raincoat has been assigned to the men's Js lined with genuine sable . tailor shop She also sings m the The ex Mrs Jack Dempsey (Han- choir . Duke Ellington, who has nah Williams his first wife) re- no t played a New York jazz spot porting that she plans suing over f or a i on g time. Because he will certain lines in his Me saga no t take a cut from his S6,000 - weekly wage . Hungarian beauty Sallies In Our Alley: They were 'Livia 'Sylva, who says she was discussing the late Oscar Ham- Liberace's "steady" in Pans She merstem's great talent and qlass wears diamond studded earrings "He was a great guv," one said with his image on them . Im"all his hits never changed him", presano Luben Vichey, who babj- . . ' Yes ' sighed another, "quite sits with his lion cub. at his 5th a feat on Broadway, where so Avenue apartment . Betty Ann many people let only one success Grove, thrush, startling Monsig- go to their head" A wag at nore diners with her 14-karat em- Andre's said he found out why broidered 'evening 1 -shoes. Castro left -in a huff. "He got jealous of CyrusEaton " TaMes For ^ Errg , Flynn , s ANGELO ' PATRI Good English Usage Vital DREW PEARSON two hours later sit.xlown' ; to confer with him, or who will demand handsome' son Sean and actress New York ?^>.>elet- Leonora Marsha Rivers cooing at the Inthe resignation of Secretary Gen- £orbett, actress, diea recently in ner . Circle . Vic Damone's fickle eral Dai Hammarskjold one day, Europe . ^ The papers said that neart belongs to D<Jg Hammar— — - *• — ' — -—- - -• Cl.o.1 *•'«*/> AA«n*j****i-t3**j«*** unk, uuj, nil j. ---a- -- a w , - and the next day give him an en |*e bequeathed her nwny gems to sk]o]d ' s deb niece Gunmla these 3 " thtsiastic bear hue her lover L " New York a eves . Lady Jeanne Campbell of WLSiastic Dear nue worth, U S Ambassador to the WLSiastic bear hut; ^^ vauQevll i e headhner, now United Nabons, turned up at a 1^«_ ^ ^"'j^, ?J^,f; broke, shook his head reading it 'I tapped out," }ie she reception given by delegate Mary ican Senators who may denounce _ Lora, the flour heiress, to tell oth- each other on the Senate floor, „..,, „ Somehow it has nappened that er Americans that Nikita Khru- then sit down over bean soup to the month of October or to put our school children, even some of shchev had toed to give him a gether in the Senate restaurant him in the sports section of a the high school graduates, have genial bear hug a few minutes But American diplomats arent newspaper so that there^ is suffi- riot acquired good-.command-of, before'at-a Russian reception.' •. prepared for it. cient coverage of/the -presidential the English, language. Too often:' Khrushchev.'--'had opened his it the recent Soviet reception,; campaign-'on the front pages their spoken language is sloppy; -arms'about to embrace the'rotund ' HarnmarskjoM got a big bear "hug • where such, news belongs. syllable /slurred, - pronunciation ;.\v s dsworth. Then noting" the am- from" PQirashchev, together with THE CANDIDATES seem-to be ' onlv approximated,,slang phrases bassador's 6-foo '4-inch frame, he the'jovial greeting: "I once took warming up but they are slow used instead ot clearly ".expressed j, a i cxc laimed: "there is Amer- you for a row in Moscow. I've got about it.. Maybe they are 'with- ideas in sentences. ,-;> ,-•';'. ,' ; , j ca for you!" and shook hands in- calluses all ^ver my .hands from holding their best material for . I am not asking.for, the use^ of stead. _ , — —..'• • such' a time when they are not classical English.in,ordinary/cbn- , Wadsworth,. : a bit embarrassed, competing with the general as- versation. We: all. accept "informal confided to fellow American del'e- hed " ... - hennt)dow( "" a Memos of a Midnighter. Drew Carnival" composer Don Elliott covering a cocktail par- does the Village "Vanguard the Hotel side to sigh over Chri i: -"India's Krishna laments.-. .Former Ni there with. an.Ameri- great Tom Forestal, jr. tipped i" I ... She was Elaine pals at Walsh's Steak House- that . . . Ricky .'Nelson's tetfr he will marry Linda McCormick wth Edith Loder (A Pan- a week before- Yule... .Faye Em- Am hostess), are getting Pan-Am- erson and Ed Hand a cozy couple _. orous . ... Rod Taylor has shown a t Goldie's.;. .Songster Janie Har- House winners ^ , France Nuyen how to-, forget per and-ditto Tony Foster .make time is rapidly passing Brando ... Don't invite comics it public nightly at Fundador. . . > -c H' ONE MORE DAY TO REGISTER Despite greater registration efforts than ever before by both major parties and union-representatives, some prospective voters are not-yet registered. They will have their last opportunity to do so Monday if they desire to vote in the November^ .general election. Every; citizen has "a duty -to vote, but no. one will be permitted to enter a polling place on.elec- tion day' unless he is on the list of registered voters. It is revery citizen's' first duty, therefore, to make certain that he is properly registered. If there is some doubt in your mind whether you are registered, contact the county-clerk's office at once to make sure. Regardless of-how badly you may want to vote on election day, you will not be allowed to exercise that privilege if you have carelessly failed to register during the registration peri od. .... .N.ww r »».. ^ -^ ., ~ guggestcQ U} ot-itie x/epcti UJUCUL at all It is, on both sides, an 'and all like that', and 'on and "Of course you should," replied adv]SerSi to counteract Khru- « 0nce Upon - a Mattress " and effort to assert powers of leader- on.' phrases used to save the ef- Sen. Wayne Morse of Oregon, also shc h e> ' s very effective wooing of ph 0 t 0 pger Horst Ebersber* ... ship without displaying leadership, fort of chosen words in proper a delegate. "We shouldn t miss an theoieutral nations. • Chas Chaplin will be Eomam The Orchid Garden: Argentina's The tactics are not easy to under- sequence to express what the oDportumty to play the same land , { American ambassadors ("Roots of Heaven") Garv's best sexy. siren Nelida Lobato, who • stand speaker »eans As the campaign proceeds, John What we teaohers want is an e - Every An Kennedy insisU that his goals are fort on he pupils part to speak gets an im os s . of diplomac • Khrushchev plays. rf Washin ^ on urgmg man fc he ^ Jean out-towels Bardot (at Chateau- g ' delegate who ion to a neutral or { , made clear what h,s goal, are «?- "Jdl us iha m a sentence" .ract Khrushchev's very effec-, Let us ask some questions: Somehow this mstrucbon does not tive social-lion diplomacy." 2 How can the United States carry over Parents do not seem improve its techniques for achiev- to understand the value of cor- mg peace' « rf - ^ s P eech , and un ^ ss ^ f. V ca nthe United States *« ounger general will Weird New Real fart «,that Premier Hiru- has wo ^ ar . n ™, "?" d plomacy^ the United J- ht-Tc de hlerallv b f dfint Mfl of - y BQ , « ^ ^ {o Wa5hi ton w nQW ^ M | acfc home-unmvited He was a loyal supporter ^ ^ ^^ on AnnaMane A l ber - ^dnd) 'dancing in a bikini Kennedy insisU that his goals are on e pupis par o spea ges an im ion o a neura or t , jnfluencej be lnvl ted g^tfand DesHu producer Claud- Enzl Stuarfa's album "Tnbute different from those of Richard dearly to say what they mean. Afncan, or Russian reception J Qr inner ^ && Wute f ? to Mano Lanza". . .Hans Holzer's Nixon, but neither candidate has Over and over teachers have to should attend in order, to conn- H v $ Aml3assador Karl ° ]rf ft D T nd when hi s score from "All's Fair," especial" " ' - ^c.^ ly "Two Hearts". . .Dressed to at'iis Toronto «» Nmes^ a clever revue at \ n ^ Om Upstairs at tte Downstairs. . . c ^ s ' The' Wednesday ICights at the * We told Vee? PaUadlum where ' * I ' „„. Mamaca] . be- moment means African, and Asian proving our relations American countries a P" (submitted by newspapers) in ad- ican-owhed property' The property belongs to thousands of American individuals; families and institutions. ~ 4' How can we maintain the universal Questions And Answers Q—Has Congress approved ihe constitutional •amendment:.permitting residents of the District of Columbia to vote in national elections? , A—Yes, but before.the resolution becomes part -of the law of the land three-quarters of the ^legislatures'of the 50 States,-or 38, must ratify it within a period .reserves? of seven years. , - Q-Did'the terni carpet-bagger originate in the reconstruction after the-Civil War? A—No. 'This term of derision was used long before the Civil War. It was applied in the West to denote promoters of wildcat banks whose.earthly.possessions were contained in their carpet bags . ,, . poses' -, -i. ° £ , theAn>enci "J-ed speech for entertainment pur' dollar 'and strengthen 1 ^ our gold Digest, Whose usage in un ms UCSK an ujsduuiuvdi-,01 - i—' , • -LJ«-I t ' Winston Churchill's, Prime "-Minister Macmillan, and fluwcmg the cold-war battle lor Manhat£an Murals: The shop resentafaves appeared at the Len- Lippmann"s, Robert ' ': ; ' '" " -~—- ihe uncommitted countries, all of w;th ^ KgR . .. We don , t mmd m ^^tute-and from that date Frost's' or that of' a cigarette speech and writing If they take P 1603 amenable to an invitation reading these books, but we on, there have always been stu- Jrom the President of the United ^ you , d * do jfc ^ hom£ ,, _ _ _ dentj ^ ^^^ , fcom ^.^^ The Hammer & Sickle on the and-Ethiopia, 'with.jepresentati.ves ' k of'the SS. Balhka,,. from-as onany African areas as company using an incorrect gra- the trouble,^ use good English, -? om matical form for advertising pur; to uphold"it"m their talk and in stales poses' Or a Comedian's'unletter- their choice'of, readme' material. "None . unletter- their'choice'of., reading material, "None, however have been in- ' ..... ..-. J, a^taste' vited, and White "House aloofness p a , nte j ,„ appropnate color. Yel- • year-to-year-' opportunities pre- of good" language usage in, the has now become painful. , ]ow ... The provokme cheese in sented themselves ._„"." Africa is STANDARD f 1" Cmldren learn, and this includes children Reading good literature Meanwhile, Khrushchev never the window of DeLucia's on Mul- admittedly,-a treasure^Tiouse of «r th Amo an nnl P A n'prdf the Youth who are beyond childish is one very good^way lo'do this. misses an opportunity to wine berry Street, price-tagged at $2,- minerals r and of- other strategic 01 tne American peopie aepenas th]ngs> by 1?lltzhm They lnu t a te Teaching- Engu'sh giammar to and dine African-Asian leaders at 500 Weighs 1000 Ibs . . Yester- materials without which no Euro- upon me vame ot uie Amenc what they see and hear dally . ^ youn g er cm ],j ren does not help his country estate'on Long-Island year's movies at the 42nd' Street peari power*-c*buld> make war aonar HOW do we strengtnen me y,^ - im ^i a [ & actions and speech much That should, in my opm- or at the Soviet mission on Park theatres breathing their last gasps against Russia. Tn this connection. American dollar . merican dollar that bring applause and they ion, be held over for the advanced Avenue A steady stream of neu- . ^. "Smiling Jack's" newsstand the United States draws upon Af- '6 Because of the high cost ot ]earn by prac t lce . C i a4ses ; n the j^gj, gchooL But tral .digmtanes goes in and out j n f ron t O f the AT&T BIdg (IBS ncan sources for 28 strategic raw labor in tne United states, Amen- p arents j, ave a ] ar g e ' snare O f dally , prac t, ce , n talking, listen- o£ these two places for lunch, tea, B'way), the only one in town with materials, -and, without .them, can goods nave become out priced responsibility in this learning and ing, reading are helpful. or dinner Khrushchev also turns in world markets, even in Amen- pract]ce of j; n gij S i, usage m By their speech shall you know up at every diplomatic recep- can markets How do we improve - them " Remember bon where he is the center of at- phone 1 CARNIVAL our distnbutive posihon without ab , e lfl , save part Qf ks earnmgs> lowering wages j thus establishing a competence could ndt. produce- adequate ,\var -materials over'ai-extendeS per" Broadwav Chop-Chop: M a r i a' GamberellT, a leading baUerma in The foregoing is, the stuff! of No career diplomat, skilled at 'the 30s, is learning the "method"' C urrent"headlines It. was publish' Angelo Patri offers readers . C : ^ets_on> variety of subjects cocktall parfaes , works harder at at Le_e Strasberg's acting schoo! ed m IBM. At that tone, unfortun- didate has discussed these vital tion G, New York 19, N.Y. me to invite neutral heads of (Released by ,The Bell Syndicate) JO'/O 8. Every economic system pro- q ues t]<jns. vides some form of incentive. The , > incentive in the capitalist •system " comes from the individual* being * 1 THE SUNDAY PHAROS-TEIBUNE and LOGANSPOET PRESS Published eacn Suntlay oy th« 'Pharos-Tribuus and Press, 617 E. Bposdway. Losanaijort, Indians. Entered- as second -class'.'mall U. the Postofllce at LosinsDort, Indiana, under til• act ol.March.*,. 1879. Th» Pharos-Trlbun«-est. 1S14 'The Press-est.('1921 The Sunday Pharoi - Tribune ind Loeansport press. lOc per =opy Sunday MOc per week by jsrrier. The pharos^Tribune, eve- nihgs ana The Loeansport Pre>», ' mornings and Sunday, 40o p«r week • by 'carrier. Th» Pharos- Tijibune, and Loransport PT«M 70o per weelc by* carrier. In Lo- ^ansport." 35c per week outside 3t Logansport. By mall on rural routes In Cass. jCureV, Fulton,' Pulaskl,^ Miami -and White counties,-each-paper" $10,00"year; outside Indiana. tlS.OO ner year. AJl .njalUiubserlptlons payable,in idTance No mall •ubscriptlon sold ttrherevtr carrier »rrlce I* tzialntalned. inland . ^«w»9ap«r R»re»«nta. , ' ttYM. HUBERT f . ' ' f I I "H»'» not »o smart, i« he, Pop? Even you>noW more than to cross the living room in'tha dark!" 'Star sour infonnatioii. V.thc namie IM tf state to dine at the White House, heie are sorae-of'the fr;ends the President has inviled to both official and w unofficial White House, dinners? Ellis Slater, oft a whiskey firm, a bridge-playing partner who dines at the White House frequently and was also included m the state dinner given for the Queen of -England;, George Allen, the White House "Jester", Bob Woodruff, chairman' of a soft drink firm, Elizabeth Arden, who has,,extended the hospitality„of hec Arizona beauty ranchrto Mrs. Eisenhower'and who, according to her designed, has made gowns for Mrs Nixon af below cost Also • at White House dinners ,have been Mrs. Floyd Odium (Jacqueline Cochran^ manufacturer of a beauty product, Col. Gordon. Moore, Mamie's brotfier-in- law • and;,a-onetime business associate of Generalissimo Trujillp; Walter Hoving, s pI,Bomvil .Teller; Sigurd Larmon, head of the Madison/Ave. ad firm; and George ^Videner, , famed Philadelphia horse owner. LAFF-A-DAY \ : think not—ie can't even count FORWARD yet"

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