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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 12

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, June 1, 1962
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ISvelve Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune True Life Adventures FISH TRAP ^ t&ft.^.. TJHE l-AGUNA SAUAOA1 BBH1NT7 THE VAST COL.a?APO RlVEK DEWA.. .is SOMETIMES Of ET7 A BACKWASH. SWAKM IN PROM THE ' VVHEN THETEMFOKAK/ T5TOES UFJ TWEWS IS A SWEAT T=EAST T=K3H-i-OVEK6. , ANN LANDERS Miser's Wife Better Draw Line-Arid! Not in Bathtub Dear Ann Landers: What can I do about a husband like this? We aren't destitute, in fact we're in a fairly good financial bracket. Every few months Harold goes off on an economy luck. Last month he fined every member of the family a nickel whenever they walked out of a room and left a light burning. This month he said our water bill was $2.50 higher than it was last month, and he is going to put an end to our wastefulness. He called the family together (girl 16, boy 14, girl 11) and announced he had purchased a black crayon. He is going to draw a heavy circle inside the bathtub. No one in the family will be permitted to run the water over the crayon mark. The kids looked at him as if he were nuts, which I'm beginning to think he is. What will I tell my friends when they see that black mark around the bathtub? - MARRIED TO A LUNATIC Dear Married:. Your husband is a nickel-nursing neurotic. At some point a woman must say, "Enough of this nonsense, Scrooge." Wipe the mark off the bathtub and tell him this time YOU are drawing the line. » » » Dear Ann Landers: I'm 17 years old and I will admit right now that I don't understand women. I like a girl who is in my home room at school. We've been dating for two years. She wants me to go steady with her but she doesn't want to go steady with me. In case you don't dig this I'll put it in other words: She refuses to turn" down a date if a fellow asks her, but she thinks I should not take any other girl out. When I asked her to explain her reasoningashe said it was fair because the boy must ask the girl for a date. A girl can't help it if a boy asks her out — but since the boy does the asking, he CAN help it and she doesn't want me to ask anyone out but her. Is this logical? When she says it, it sounds good.—RUSTY Dear Rusty: Your girl is playing both ends against the, middle. Her logic is not logic at all.'It's a convenient twisting of words .to suit her own selfish design for living. If you buy this line of chatter, you're semi-conscious, Bud. n< # * Dear Ann Landers: Your defense of nurses was weak and foolish. You told Mrs. Mayo who complained about the hospital nurse giving her husband too much personal attention that the nurse was probably trying to be friendly, "Like it says in the manual." My husband's nurse had a manual all her own. She hung a POSITIVELY NO VISITORS sign on his door, and made it clear that this meant ^e—said it was doctor's orders. When he left the hospital, he continued to see this nurse. I found out about it and 1 naturally I lost my temper. We happened to be in the yard at the time and I hit him with a croquet mallet. He hired a fast-talking lawyer and is suing me for divorce. So, Ann, if you had told Mrs. Mayo to keep her eyes open, instead of to shut them, your advice might have saved her from the trouble I am now going through. - BATTLE SCARRED Dear Scarred: The "other woman," be she a nurse, a secretary or a bubble dancer, is the symptom of a problem that started before she came along. The person whose physical resistance is low is susceptible to all sorts of germs and viruses. A.n unhealthy marriage is also vulnerable. A word to the wise is sufficient. * * * Confidential to HOT-HEADED: Yes, I realize a- man must "let off steam," but a woman needs teeth, In my opinion she did the right thing. Get on your knees, Boy. and lake the pledge. JOSEPHINE LOWMAN Here's Exercise to Slim Back Hipline If you're carrying some excess bagga ge on the back bipline, do this exercise. Q. "I am a small-boned girl of 15 and in need of help desperately. My thighs measure 39 inches, As you can see, I need an affective, quick- exercise since summer is here. My large thighs embarrass me, and as a result I feel self-conscious. PLEASE print an exercise in the paper"." Must Mean Hips A. I aih sure you must mean hips because if your thighs were 39 inches each you would have trouble , carrying them about. Don't be desperate or embarrassed, just get busy. You did not mention weight so I judge that you are not overweight.. If you are, you will have to watch your diet, too. The following is a splendid exercise i for slimming the back hipline. ; If alcohol is robbing you or someone you love' of health and dignity, send for ANN LANDERS' booklet, "Help For The Alcoholic," 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 1902, Field Enterprises, Inc. I/AST TIMES TODAY "TAlRZAN" at 8 p. m. "COLOSSUS" at lOip. m. DIFFERENT dinner for spring appetites consist* of creole zucchini, baked ham and chiffon pie filling dessert. In skillet, cook onion, green GAYNOR MADDOX Newspaper Enterprise Assn. Spring appetites crave something different. How does this dinner sound to you: Baked ham studded with cloves, zucchini 1 cooked in canned condensed tomato soup, rye rolls or bread, and chiffon pie filling mix topped with chunks of canned pineapple. CREOLE ZUCCHINI ( (4 to 6 servings) !4 cup sliced onion V4 cup chopped green pepper 1 clove garlic, minced V\ cup butter % teaspoon leaf oregario, crushed 1 pound zucchini, thinly sliced 1 can (Ktt ounces) condensed tomato soup Parmesan cheese Gospel Meetings Begin orrMonday A series of Gospel meetings ex- lending through June 12 will begin Monday evening at the Church of Christ. 200 East Columbia St. The speaker will be Charles D. Crosier, of Centralia, 111., and formerly minister of the Church of Christ of Kokomo. He will use large charts and a flatinelgraph to illustrate his lessons. .The meetings will begin .at 7:30 p.m. each evening except Sunday. Sunday services are at 10:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. The public is invited. The American Indian population of the United States in I860 was 523,591, according to the Bureau of the Census. RX ANnot AM MAM TOMORROW ONLY-3 KITS HERE COME THE FIGHTING FURIES OF THE PACIFKI PRESLEY RODGERSAND HAMMEflSTEIN'S BWU" BUM; MT BOONE BOBBY DARIN PAMELA TIFFIN BONUS LAFF SHOW THE ORIGINAL THREE STOOGES STARTS SUNDAY THIS ONiEATrSip.m. OTTO PREMNGER PRESENTS 'Shown at 7 & 9:30 p. m. iPlus Cartoon & Travelogue pepper, and garlic in bul.ter until vegetables are lender. Add oregano and zucchini; cook a few minutes. Stir in, soup. Cover; cook over low heat 25 minutes or until zucchini is tender, stirring now and then. Sprinkle with Parmesan .cheese. CHILLED .TOMATO BOWL (Makes 2 to 3 servings 1 can (10{4 ounces) condensed tomato soup 1 soup can water. 1/3 'cup thinly sliced radishes 2 tablespoons finely chopped chives or top onions Dash garlic powder Few drops Worcestershire sauce Combine soup and water; stir in remaining ingredients. Place in refrigerator for at least 4 hours. Serve in chilled bowls. Lie on the floor on your bach with your legs straight and your arms resting on the floor, extending straight out at your sides. Raise the right leg up with 'a stiff knee as far as you can. Cross the right leg over the left and touch the floor with, your right foot.: Raise' right leg upward, and lower to the floor. There are four counts, up-aeross- up-down. Alternate..right and left. Let your hips roll arid bring each leg down smartly to the floor. Q. "I am 19 years old, 5 feet, 6 inches tall and weigh 137 pounds. My doctor says I am not overweight, but I think he is wrong. What is your opinion? A. Your doctor is right. You should weigh just about what you do. Q. "Is there any way to get rid of the .little stretch marks which were caused by pregnancy?" Will Fade A. These will fade with time. Sometimes they practically disappear. It is easier to avoid them. You really can't do anything to get rid of them. If a woman does not become fat during pregnancy and lubricates the skin over her abdomen and thighs, she probably will not have stretch marks. , '" Q. "I am IB years old, small boned, 5 feet, Wt inches tall and weigh 121 pounds. My girlfriend says I'm fatl My Mom says I should go on a diet, I am all for it because I am tired having people call me chubby. My bust measures 36 inches, waist 25 and hips 35. How much should I lose, and where?" A. Your measurements are lovely. If you have 'a small frame, you should not weigh much over 100 pounds. I wonder if you have measured your height and weight correctly?.^ • Tomorrow: "You Know How To Stand, Now, What About Walking?" (Released by The Begister and Tribune Syndicate, 1962) COCK'S TOUR By JEANNE I,ESEM KAMUELA, Hawaii (UPI) Beef sells for 10 cents a pound on the largest American ranch still under single ownership, but only Parker Ranch' employes may buy it. But this fact does^jiot produce a strictly meat and potatoes diet for the' 232 employes and their families on the 262,000-acre Hereford ranch, says Lois Stewart, editor of 'the ranch newspaper, Paka Paniolo — Parker Ranch Cowboy. "Potatoes and gravy are a treat here," said Mrs. Stewart during a visit I made to the historic area on-the island of Hawaii. Because the staff includes people of Hawaiian, Chinese, Japanese, Portuguese and Filipino descent, meals reflect all their tastes. In Kamuela, the main village on a state highway across the 126-year-old ranch,' 'hosts and hostesses set tables as) cosmopolitan as those in New York or San Francisco — and often more exotic. The small town atmosphere comes through in one respect — scarcely anyone will trade favorite recipes. "You see the same people all the time," said one hostess. "If you give away'your best recipes, State Hits Snag In Irvin'sTrial SULLIVAN, Ind. (UPI) - The state ran into difficulties Thursday in its attempt to win a second conviction of Leslie Irvin, 38, Evansville, for the holdup murder of Wesley Kerr, Evansville service station attendant. In 1955, Irvin was sentenced to death for the fatal shooting of Kerr, one of six persons he once admitted : killing .during a six- month crime spree in Indiana and Kentucky in 1954. The U.S. Supreme Court reversed the conviction a year ago\ In order to secure a first-degree murder conviction, the state must prove that Kerr was killed during a holdup. Vanderburgh County Prosecutor O. H. Roberts ran into trouble Thursday in his effort lo prove that a robbery had taken place, Thurman Barnett, owner of the service station, testified that the cash register receipt had been destroyed and that the station's permanent financial records were not available. He testified that he found a fund shortage after the killing but defense attorney Marion Ice objected to the testimony and was upheld by Judge Joe Lowdermilk. you. no longer can serve them at parlies." Here are three that we persuaded the originators to share. Barbecued short ribs is 'a favorite supper dish at Puuopelo, home of Richard Palmer Smart, sixth »eneration descendant of Ihe Parker Ranch founder, John Palmer Parker of Boston. The red- ae comes from Mrs. Satsue Hamada, the Hawaiian-born Japanese cook whose husband, Harry, s Smart's chauffeur. Cut 5 pounds of beef short ribs into 2-inch pieces. Dust lightly with salt, pepper and flour. Place in roaster. Cover with 3 large white onions, sliced. Top with sauce made with 2 tablespoons each ; of white vinegar and Worcestershire sauce, 1 tablespoon of salt, 1 teaspoon each of cluli powder and crushed red pepper, cup each of ketchup and water and Vt teapsoon of ajinomoto (monosodium glutamate). Cover and bake 3 hours until very tender, in a preheated 300-degree oven. Remove cover during last minutes to brown meat. Serves 8. Rum sauce is a favorite dessert topping for ice cream at the The forest industries in the United States employ 1,375,000 full-time employes and have »• annual payrool of more than $5.b billion. LOT OWNERS: THIS LOVELY HOME CAN BE YOURS! FREE PLANNING SERVICE NO (MONEY OOWlN .* * NO CLOSING FEE COMPLETE With exception of wiring, heating, drywall & plumbing. 24x40 3 BEDROOMS *4895 • On ;0wners foundation 20 YEARS TO PAY * * Simple Interest Rates • . * * Deal 'Completed At Tims of Purchase. 2 BEDROOM COTTAGE $ 2995 • On Own«n Foundation WEST HOMES INC. PHONE 4-4494 Complete with exception of wiring, heating, drywall and plumbing. 840 'E. SUMMER AVE. INDIANAPOLIS, 'IND. Please send further information. 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Puree 1 cup of apricot jam in ar electric blender of put it "through a sieve. Stir in 1 cup mixed glanced fruits anil a generous Yi cu|! of white rum. Serve hot or cole. Serves 8. Shrimp-egg lenpura is a specialty of Mrs. Tsugi Kaneo, Kamuela, a designer of pheasant feather leis and hats. The inch- wide leis. are whrn as hat bands by such famous customers as Bing Crosby and Bob Hope, nnd may run as hijrh as $150 for a plain model made entirely of iridescent blue leathers. Mrs. Kaneo's recipe: hard-cook 8 eggs. While eggs cook, clean and de-vein 2 pound; of raw shrimp. Grind finely. Malie paste of shrimp with Vi cup of water; 3 teaspoons of 'cornslarch, 1 teaspoon of salt and a pinch of ajinomnlo. Peel eggs and pack % of the paste around each egg with hands. Deep fry in 375-degree vegetable oi) until pinkish gold. This takes just a few seconds, and overcooking will toughen the shrimp. Cut into 4 crosswise slices or quarter and serve hot as he's d'oeuvres. 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