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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, May 28, 1962
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Eight Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune ANN LANDERS Reply To 'Feet oh Ground' Puts Readers'Up In Air' Dear Readers: A young woman who signed herself "Feet On The Ground" wrote to ask if airline pilots cheat on their wives more 'than plumbers, or /bus drivers. She said she was in love with a pilot and wanted to marry him but she'd heard so many stories about pilots running around with airline stewardesses and other women that she was having serious second thoughts. I toid her that cheating husbands can be found in every walk .of life 'and while some occupations offer more opportunities than others, a man's faith-., fulness has little to do with the way he makes his .living. My reply produced an avalanche of beautiful bouquets 'and ' bitter invective — 'mostly from'stew- ardesses', wives of pilots and ex- wives of pilots. The following will give you an idea of what my week has been like. * * * From Chicago: Please tell "Feet' On The Ground" to marry a man whose feet are ALSO on the ground. I married a pilot. His monkeyshines were so bizarre and beyond belief I would not attempt to relate them. The nature of my pilot - husband's work provided him with the most impenetrable alibis in the world. He'd telephone me from "New York" to say there were mechanical difficulties and the crew would probably have to lay over. I'd call New York a few hours later to check, and I'd learn the plane had left — on schedule. That lying Soandso had telephoned me from O'Hare Airport in Chicago which is ten min- 'utes from our house. You seem to feel, Ann Landers, •that pilots don't cheat any more than plumbers. Well, maybe you're right, but when a plumber has "mechanical difficulties" he still has to. go home 'at night to 'sleep. - NO PARACHUTE * * * • From Baltimore: You are so "right. I married a pilot. He's my ihird husband (younger than . I -am, too) and the best of the lot. 'Husband Number One was a physician who drank himself to death. He had affairs with nurses, patients and even, the wives of his colleagues. Husband Number Two was in the hotel business. I could always "get him at the hotel," he told me. The only trouble was I never knew in which room. My present husband flies for one of the major airlines. He's as straight as an arrow and I've never been so relaxed and sure of a man as I am of him. "Tell "Feet" to marry her flyer. Everything will be AOK. — THIRD TIME CHARMED * * # From New Orleans: "Feet On The Ground" must have rocks in FLOWERING GARDEN AT IPBRU Now the annual garden display of our "Tuckdawa" flowers— ono milo out of Paru— Road 19. Perennials now In bloom— Paon- les for next two weeks. Enjoy them with us. R. H. JONES hor'head. If she's worried about her pilot husband playing games with the stewardesses, let me put her mind at ease. My husband has been a captain for 12 years. Flying is a tension- building, nerve - shredding business, When a plumber makes a mistake you can call in another plumber. When 'a pilot makes a mistake they call in the coroner. A pilot who has been sweating out weather and instrument landings .has had a full day by the time he sets down his craft. He's not about to go out and. .make whoopee with the stewardess. * * * From Gardner Grove, California: I'm an airline hostess who is boiling mad over the letter which appeared in your column recently. Most of us are in our early 20's. The pilots are in their 40's — old enough to be our fathers. What.would we want.with those old Dodos? The woman who wrote that letter must be nuts.— COMMON SENSE ... * * « From Cleveland: I was a hostess who married the pilot. He had to divorce his wife to marry me. That was 10 years ago. Now I sit home with three children, Wondering and worrying if it could happen again — to HIM I mean. — STORMY' WEATHER From Minneapolis: Please tell "Feet On The Ground" to marry the co-pilot. Then she would have nothing to worry about. The women all go .for the captains. — CAPTAIN'S WIFE « » » Does almost everyone have a good time but you? If so, send for ANN LANDERS' booklet, "How To Be Well-Liked," enclosing with your request 20c in coin and a long; self-addressed, stamped envelope. Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of this newspaper enclosing a stamped, self-addressed, envelope. Copyright 1962, Field Enterprises, Inc. HANGUP DEBUT CHICAGO (UPI) — Joe Louis gave fair warning to other heavyweights on July 4, 1934, in his first professional fight when he knocked out Jack ' Kracken at Chicago—in the first round. JOSEPHINE LOWMAN Neglect of Eyes Harmful To Good Looks and Health Even though you're all dressed' up in your best, have checked T every .detail qF grooming and ; have applied your make-up with jj the subtlety of an artist, check U once more! ' ( What.are.;your eyes s a.y 1 n g about you? What .expression are"* you wearing? You may be '{ull of life and have the disposition of a Saint, but you won't .have! that vital look which says,. "I like you," 6i- that alluring look I which says, "I love you," if your! eyes are tired and strained. Facial expression and the-light in the r eyes can • be much more potent beautifiers than the most classic features. Yet many wo- „ f men neglect their., eyes, thus pen- K/ alizing both their good looks and j g their health. Certainly there is nothing attractive about frowning V'ii and squinting, and these ARE tiring to the body and the spirit. They also. are aging. Nervous System Strained According to the Better Vision Institute, "When one 'cannot see well, it may place a strain 'not only on the eyes but on the entire nervous system. The constant effort to bring.'objects into focus may produce .vague feelings of irritability and tension, a rundown, "end of the day" look- even premature lines such as crow's feet and peroi'anent frown." "In general, the first professional eye examination should come at kindergarten age. From then on, every year up to the age of 20.' After that, every two years, and after the age of 40 a once- a-year professional eye examination is recommended." Damages Personality There is np doubt in my mind that eyestrain causes much fatigue. Many women are • loathe to begin wearing glasses. This is a "short-sighted" view because eysstrain not only leads to facial aging but damages the personality. And the woman who needs glasses but doesn't wear them, moves- about awkwardly and snubs her best friends, when she passes them on the street. ASSOCIATE BSC DEGREES Phone A-1354 Fort Wayne, Ind. Summer Uernt Au.ne 11 ) With ll.B.M. * Business Administration & Finance * Secretarial Science * Professional Accounting To do without glasses when you need them, is a mistake. Eye glasses are so attractive and downright glamorous today that they have become flattering accessories; besides, who wants to miss so much? 4 * * If you would like the.free leaflet, "Looking Straight, and j Pretty," (Glasses) send a- stamped, self-addressed envelope with your request for leaflet No. 55 to Josephine Lowman in care of -this newspaper. Tomorrow: "Richard Adler's Optimistic Outlook is Good for Us All." (Released by.The Register and Tribune Syndicate, 1962) Air Conditioned STATE Shown at 7:49 « 9:15 ELVIS PRESLEY FOLLOW THAT DREAM & True Life Adventures LESSON UVING WHAT YOU CAN 170, SAVS MOTHER. TIGER ...AS SHE T7KIVES THS BUT=FA1-0 HEKt? J UUNIOK'S HIWKQ TPI.ACE _ 106Z Warid 'Burr «JUSUOR HOW6VEK, HB'l-U UEAKM >Si TIME. 5-23 Monday Evening, May 28, 11)61 Food For Americans BANANA QUICK BREAD (Makes 1 loaf) 1/3 cup shortening 2/3 cup sugar 2 eggs, slightly beaten 1% cups sifted all-purpose flour 2% teaspoons double acting baking powder , Vi teaspoon salt 1 cup mashed ripe bananas- Preheat oven to 350 degrees (moderate). Beat shortening until creamy and glossy, or 2 minutes at medium speed on electric mixer. Gradually add sugar, beating until light and fluffy after each addition. Add eggs and beat 'until thick and pale lemon in color. Sift dry ingredients; add alternately with ,bananas; blend thoroughly after each addition. Grease bottom only of a loaf pan (approximately 4'/4x8>/4x3 inches). Turn batter into pan. Bake 60 to 70 minutes or until cake tester inserted in. center comes out clean and dry. Let bread partially cool in pan (20 to 30 minutes) before turning onto rack. We asked the chef of the Half Moon Bay Hotel- in Montego Bay, British West Indies to give us his delicious secret. You'll be giad we did, BANANA BREAD HALF-MOON (Yield: 2 loaves (814x4% inches) % cup (6 ounces) butter 1!4' cups sugar 4 eggs 3'/i cups flour, tiffed 4 teaspoons baking powdir 1 tcaspoon.baking soda 2 cups mashed ripe bananas (5 to 6 bananas) Greani and bu'llcr and sugar. Beat in the eggs. Sift dry ingredients together and add alternately wild mashed banana, blending well. Dust two loaf pans with flour and turn half of batter into each. Bake in moderate oven (.150 degrees) for one hour or until inserted cake tesler can be removed clean and dry. i JOHN & TED ?<JRftY Vrt ftROKt YOUR ANTIQUE VASt, MV.S JO HEM M« \t WAS INSUUtO AT — Frank T. Morris Agency, Inc. INSURANCE REAL ESTATE BE SURE-INSURE 125 4th St. Ph. 3063 FDA ASSURES MOTHERS , WASHINGTON'.(UPI)'- The iFood and Drug Adminstration assured mothers Sunday that, they have no'cause to worry about radioactive contamination in food because of nuclear tests. Read the Want Ads! SKYLINE Op.n 7:00 . Dial 4802 ORSON WELLESi- AND . A ! NE»E« KFOW^ SEEK CK*K» SCREEN) VASTMM COLOIt tM>TOTM.SCOfC ^ —AllSO— OPENS MEMORIAL DAY SHOWS STARTING 1 p. m. NDIAIVIA EACH SHAFER LAKE • MONTICEUO Indlano'i Largest Privately owned Summer Resort Summer Opening WED., MAY 30 Preview Opening Tues. Eve., May 29 DANCING NITELY IN i LOUNGE AND BALLROOM to "name" orchestras FAMOUS' BOARDWALK AMUSEMENTS, RIDES, SHOPS BEACH CLUB NEW KIDDYLAND Vacation—Beach Haute Hotel, Motel, cottages; for Infer.' write.Dept. A, Indiana Beaeh Inc., Monticello, Ind. i AKTIQUE WTO SHOW Sit. ! Sun., June 2, 3 Stan Kenton Orch. Sat., June 8 FAIR TIME AGAIN! KESLING DRUGS U.S. 24at Wheatlana 1 Ave. Ph. 5524 Open All Day Memorial Day 8:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. PKERSON SUNOOTS SERVICE 316 W. Market Open Ail Day Memorial Day SPORTLAND Your Year Around Toy Store All children attending 'the show Memorial Day will receive a free toy certificate. STARTS WAVING MEMORIAL DAY Shows Starling 1 p.m. STATE J5 t&dujibjpj ™J>AT BOBBY PAMELA ANN- TOM BOONE DARIN TIFFIN MARGRET WELL W AUCE FAYE CHARLES BRACKET! JOSE FERRER RICHARH BREEN LOGANSPORT SAVINGS and LOAN State Theatre Building JIM KITCHELL AGENCY 520 North St. Ph. 2531 BRUNO'S PIZZA U.S. 24 Closed Memorial Day STARTS PLAYING MEMORIAL DAY Matinee 1 p.m. STATE How to plan for a Paid-Up Vacation in 1963 Dream all year of the fun you'H have by joining First Federal's VACATION CLUB! Start now to put any sum you wish, each week, in the First Federal Vacation Club, and next year you can have the greatest, grandest, most ga-lorious vacation of your whole life! Join the First Federal Vacation Club of your choice and save each week for 50 weeks. You Save f .50 1.00 2.00 5.00 10.00 Ymi Gel $ 25.00 50.00 100.00 250.00 500.00 314 Fourth St. at the Time and Temperature sign ASSETS OVER 18'/2 MILLION DOLLARS WHERE you save DOES make a difference

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