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Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, May 31, 1962
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Twenty Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune ANN LANDERS Age Won't Determine Time When Boy May Leave Home Dear Ann Landers: How old does a boy have to be before he can move out of his parents' home?. Please answer this in the paper. I am sure there are many boys who would like to know the answer to this question. — SICK .OF THE FAMILY •.P. S.: Please don't give me a long-winded lecture on how we should stay at home as long as possible because we are better off at home than we think. Thank you. - Dear Thank You:. The age .when a boy reach- .65 his majority varies according .to the state. Any ;p'ublic library has •this information. '/1 am not going to give you a long-winded lecture, but I'd like to remind you that age is more than just a number, Bub. For example, some fellows at 16 could and should have moved out of their parents' home six months ago. Others, at 20, ought to stay home and grow up before they take on the outside world. And this may come as a surprise to you, but I'm not unequivocally opposed to young fellows leaving home. In special cases where there is brutality, or excessive domination, it may be best to shove off. If, however, the big beef is "I don't get enough freedom," it may be wise to take another look and invite an unbiased fourth party to decide just how much freedom is "enough." * * * Dear Ann Landers: I am a 15- year-old girl who has been reading your column for two years. This problem may sound ridiculous to you but it worries me and I need help. There are limes when I cry for no reason at all. I know it's natural to cry during a sad movie, or when someone hurts your feelings, but I break into tears over nothing. I worry a lot about things that most people don't even care about,, such as the world coming to an end or the starving kids in other countries, or animals and birds being cold at night. What can I do about this?-M.J. Dear M. J.: Most people worry more than other people think they do. You just KNOW more about your own worries than anyone else's. It's natural for a 15-year-old to be somewhat moody and cry now and then, but you seem more weepy than you ought to be. It may be just a phase you're going through, but within a year if the weeping is still triggered by small things, please see a doctor. * * * • Dear Ann Landers: I'll be honest and get right to the point. I'm 4B, not bad looking and married to a woman who is about as lively as a dead mackerel. ; A career girl lives in the next apartment. She is obviously frus- trated and lonesome. We've had a few friendly chats and she confided, that she was once in love but her life has'been sterile and dull since the man moved away and married someone else. I see pressures building up in this girl and from what little I've read about such things, she's a normal young woman who needs a natural outlet. You may not believe this, Ann, but my prime concern is to help this girl avoid a nervous breakdown. It is merely coincidental that I'm lonesome and frustrated, loo. Although this may not be strictly according to the rules, the arrangement makes sense to me. Please cut out the kid stuff and give me some adult advice. We are not teenagers.—ED Dear Ed: Now you're what I call a real humanitarian! It's mighty noble of you to step forward and' offer to save this normal young woman from a nervous breakdown by providing her with a ''natural outlet." A backdoor affair with a married man old enough to be her Father is not my idea of a solution to any young girl's problem. If you're so interested in hu- EXPECTS LONE SESSION WASHINGTON (UPI).- Senate 'Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield said today he expects Congress will have to come back after the November elections to finish its work. He said in a radio interview that the, target date for adjournment is SJrapt. 15, "but I do not think that we will be able to finish our work by that time." manity why not see what you can do about that "dead mackerel" you're married to? Are your parents too strict? You' can benefit from the experiences of thousands of teenagers if you write for ANN LANDERS' booklet, "How To Live With Your Parents," 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. JOSEPHINE LOWMAN Incorrect Posture Leads to Sway-Back Chuckles in The News B y United Press International MARCHERS ARE "COWED" HOPE VALLEY, R. I. (UPI) — An impromptu rodeo delayed the Memorial. Day parade. Marchers had to wait until state police roped a cow and a To achieve good posture you must stand correctly. 1C you're standing incorrectly, chances are you have a sway-back. You can exercise your muscles in a very valuable way by simply sitting, standing and walking correctly. Good posture is, in itself, an exercise. Then, too, there are some mild exercises you can take while at work, or going about your daily duties. I have giyen many of them in this column. Today let's consider how you hold yourself. That is the foundation on which ,to build. You must pin your hopes for correct posture and resulting good looks and grace on ' a slraight spine. If your head is stuck forward and your hips are pushed back, your spine will not be straight and your entire body will be out of line. You also will probably have a sway back and lax abdominal muscles, or a protruding abdomen. Back in Wall If you feel that you have been holding yourself incorrectly, the bllowing passive exercise will be most beneficial and should be a )art of every day. This exercise will help you get :he "feeling" of right carriage. TENDER sweet com is delicious served ton the cob with melted butter and salt or baked in a tasty casserole. ground black pepper. Allow two ears per person. FRESH CORN CASSEROLE (Yield: 6 servings) 2 cups fresh corn, cut off the cob. 1 tablespoon flour 1 tablespoon sugar 1 tablespoon butter or bacon fat 3 eggs, beaten VA teaspoons salt % teaspoon ground black pepper I cup milk Vi cup heavy cream Combine all ingredients. Turn GAYNOR MADDOX Newspaper Enterprise Assn. Fresh torn is one of nature's greatest gifts to hungry men. When buying, look for fresh green husks and kernels that are bright, plump and milky. Once purchased it should be rushed home, put in a film bag and refrigerated until just before cooking it. FRESH CORN ON THE COB Remove husks from ears of fresh corn and brush off silks. Drop in a kettle of boiling water to cover, adding 1 teaspoon salt and 1 teaspoon fresh lemon juice to each quart of water. Cover and cook 5 to 8 minutes or until milk is set and corn is tender. The cooking time depends upon the maturity of the corn. Remove from water and serve with butter or margarine and salt arc! into a buttered 6-cup casserole. Place in pan of hot water. Bake in a preheated slow oven (325 degrees F.) for l'/4 hours or until knife inserted in center comes nut cl"iin. Milk To Grow On! "Little ones" can't drink too much, good rich milk . .. for their health! N.o finer way to assure strong bones, good teeth, plenty of go, go, GDI nutritious! healthful! delicious! Children need 3 glasses of MILK loch Bay You should think of this many times a day. 'Stand with your back toward the wall and your feet about five or six inches from the wall. Your back and the back of your head should touch the wall. Flex your knees slightly. Now press against the wall trying to touch each vertebra to the wall. Hold for a few moments. Relax. Try again. Continue. After doing this a few times, straighten your knees and' step away from the wall trying to hold the spine in the same position. If you can't do this or lose the feeling of it, press your spine against the wall and try again. You won't succeed at first, but your muscles will soon respond to your efforts. Pull Hips Under If you found that there was quite a space between the small of your back and the wall, you are sway backed. Try to pull your hips under. This tips the pelvis up and back. Do the following exercise daily, beginning with 10 times and working up to. 35 times daily. ' • Lie on the floor on your back. •$: MONTGOMERY WARD r \ < * "<• rf ""• «•*•'•{ j *•> TRUCKLOAD : j „ n &V < , ;j 4 .> j *' fc-J. s „», , PAINT iLADDER SALE save 5.6O per case- self-cleaning white 3 ^^^^ Equals or excels higher- 2F ^F priced national-brand house paint! Finest linseed oil base; high titanium di- per 9 al. for 4 gali. oxide a*"** fo . r more hiding power. Resists mildew. 3.39 ilngla g«l.....4.44 3.98, 4" bristle brush 3.44 aluminum ext. ladders ~ HP 32.M 1*' 20', reg. 28.95.. 25.94 24',reg. 35.95..32.94 28', reg. 42.95..39.94 • Aircraft aluminum alloy • 3" rails for rigidity • Rubber safety shoes ' Stronger and safer than ever! Exclusive rung joints will not loosen or twist. Interlocking U- channels for, free sliding. Rope, pulley incl. 412 BROADWAY PHONE 4193 Bend your left knee up close to your abdomen and pull it back as far as possible loward your abdomen. Return left leg and Thursday Evening, May 31, 1962. bull that had broker loose. LOSE TRAFFIC DISPLAY ST. LOUIS, Mo. (UPI) The Missouri highway patrol and the Chamber of Commerce are won- arms to (he Floor. This lime bend [he right knee up and pull it back loward your abdomen. Continue doing this slowly, alternating left and right. As you do this press (he small of your back to the floor. If you would like to have my "Combination Exercises," which kill more than one figure fnult with one motion, send a stamped, self-addressed envelope with your request for leaflet No. 5 to Jose, phine Lowman in care of this newspaper. Tomorrow: "Splendid Exercise for Slimming Back Hipline." (Released by The Register and Tribune Syndicate, 1962) STATE PLUS: "MR. M,AGOO"Ooitoon & "WONOeRiFUL IS'RiAiBL" NOW PLAYING! -."• ROBBERS and HRMNIERSTEIN'S STAR; FAIR '• HAT SOONt BOBBY OAHl'J • PAVELA TIFFIN • ANiu-MiRGRfi TOM F.WEU'"ALICE FAYE Shows at 7:30 and 9:30 COMPARE OUR DIAMOND VALUES! REMEMBER-MONJEY SAVE* IS MONEY EARNED FERNBAUGH'S "Famous For Quality Diamonds" dering how to relriev* th«ir traffic display. An army helicopter was to drop an auto onto a rock ledge in * quarry to show (he effect on it of a B mile an hour crash, but the chain broke and the car plogged into a bog. TAPS OUT TELEVISION ROCHDALE, England (UPI) Television sets in the neighborhood of the Dog and Partridge Pub are back io normal now (hat they discovered (hat the trouble was caused by beer. Engineers found lhat television interference was caused every lime the barkeeper drew a beer from one of the pub's seven laps so they "neutrali/.cd" the spigot. RETURNS TO RUSSIA MOSCOW (UPI) - Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin returned to Moscow Wednesday from a nine- day visit to Japan, according to the Soviet news agency. Tass. A thought for the day: Tha Irish playwright, Sheridan, said: "There is not a passion so strongly rooted in the human heart as envy." 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