Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 28, 1962 · Page 16
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 16

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, June 28, 1962
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Sixteen Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune JOSEPHINE LOWMAN Extreme Underweight Has It's Health Penalties, Too Extreme thinness is a handicap to a woman. It imposes sharp angles rather than soft, feminine curves on her figure. It can give her hollow cheeks and rob her face of bloom. Those of us who must fight the bulge may envy our underweight friends and fail ; to understand that they are jusl as anxious to gain pounds as we • are to lose them. Statistics show that we have a much better chance for a vital long life if we are below, rather than above, the average weight -for our height. However, severe . underweight can have its health penalties, too. The nerves are not • so well insulated and the stomach and other internal organs may drop without sufficient supporting fat. For Health This can lead to fatigue, strains, lack of appetite, constipation and 'other unpleasant conditions. So if a woman is very thin, she should try to gain a few pounds because of her health as well as for curves. I know of a woman who had been trying to gain for years without any success. She was very thin and very nervous. It was finally discovered that her stomach had dropped to such an extent that it crowded everything else. Her doctor prescribed a support, a special corset made to order for her. Within six months she had gained a number of pounds. Years later she is in perfect health and is the correct .Weight. • Even if you do not have such • an extreme condition, you may want to add a curve or two here or there. You can do this by building up underlying muscles. •Rise on Toe • Here is a goodd exercise for leg 1 .contour. Stand with your left side 'toward a chair and place your left hand on the top of the chair for balance. Kise high on the left toe as you swing your right leg for-ward with a stiff knee. Lower left "heel to the floor and return right leg to starting position. Continue. Rise as high as you can on your toe. When you are tired, turn your right side toward a chair, place your right hand on top of the .chair, rise high on your right toe as you swing your left leg forward. Lower heel, return leg and continue. This builds the calf muscles. H a • If you would like to have my leaflet, "Why Not Take Steps Toward Lovely Legs," send a stamped, self-addressed envelope with your request for leaflet No. 13 to Josephine Lowman in care of this newspaper. To build curves if the calves of your legs are too skinny, stand erect and raise high on foes, working up (o 40 times twice a day. PLEASED WITH FILMS WASHINGTON (UPI) — President and Mrs. Kennedy are resorted to be pleased with two 'J.S. government-sponsored films of the First Lady's visit to India and Pakistan. Under a law affect- ng the U.S. Information Agency, which made the films, the moves will not be shown in this country. ANN LANDERS Report of Investigation May Change This Opinion Read the Want Ads! Dear Ann Landers: In your reply to the mother who caught her teenage son receiving smut mail, you overlooked an important fact. Naturally, when. Mom caught the boy dead-to-rights he played innocent. If his mother had known the score she would not have allowed him to get away with it. Apparently you don't know the score either. Smut dealers doi not send catalogues folders or order blanks unless requested to do so. When offers for pornographic pictures or literature come to the house you can be sure somebody sent away for it. In this case it may even have been the husband. So please Ann Landers, to use your own.phrase—"Wake up and smell the coffee." — HORSE SENSE Dear Horse: Sorry, you are mistaken. Smut dealers can and do, through devious methods, get their grubby hands on all sorts of mailing, lists. For example: A recent investigation by postal authorities revealed that smut peddlers obtained the names and addresses of stamp collectors, coin collectors and flower-lovers. So—I'm passing the coffee back to you. . » *. * Dear Ann Landers: Hecently you advised a young mother to ;ake that child psychology book and give her four-year-old a good swat right across the back porch. [ was shocked. Are you suggesting that child ISIS THEATRE Winamac, Ind. THURS., THRU TUES. "FOUOW THAT DREAM" (color'l Elvli Pr.sl.y COMING JULY 4th "THE FAR COUNTRY" WHAT FOUR MEN DID TO A Gtm. ...AND WHAT THE TOWN DID TO THEM! KIRK DOUGLAS .TOWN WITHOUT POTT e***, EG. MARSHALL CHRISTINE KAUFMANN 'Shown or 7:4B ond 9;45 p.m Plus—Wonders of Philatblphi and Color Cartoon Now Open The most exciting, glamorous dining and dancing showplace on the seven seas. The Pirate's Roost Jlit Roth Park... On Lake Freeman psychology is clap-trap and that the way to discipline children is to hit them with books? If so I am truly disappointed. ,.Frequently in your column you suggest .that parents 'seek professional help for their children. This is, of course, the enlightened ap- pro'ach. How does it happen that you are now reversing yourself and .advocating violence and brutality? Please explain. I am confused and disappointed.—FORMER ADMIRER . ' Dear Former Admirer: If you read this column regularly there should be no doubt about where I stand on brutality and violence. No child should ever be slapped in the face, struck on the head, Or across the back, arms or legs —and I have repeated my view times without number. I agree that psychology can be wonderfully helpful as a guide for raising children but there is no substitute for common sense and a mother's instinct. Youngsters understand a quick potch on the rear better than they understand Freud — and there is no contradiction in the position- 'I'm, expressing. * * * Dear Ann Landers: I'm 21 and in love with a girl who is IB. I quit college last year because my Dad died and I had to go to work to support my mother and two sisters. I have no money for entertainment, fancy clothes, flowers or gifts. My girl, used to be satisfied with a movie once a week, walks in the park, bus rides arid hot dogs, but lately she's been cold and indifferent. Her mother is a snobbish, social-climbing woman who didn't like me to begin with. I'm sure she's been doing everything un- der the 'sun -to turn my girl against me. I'm a hard worker and in a few years I will be .a lot better off financially. My girl' says she loves me but I'm afraid I'm losing her. What can I do?—PANIC BUTTON Dear Panic Button: If this is love your girl caught a mighty light case of it. And don't blame her mother. Mom could talk herself blue in the face and it wouldn't matter if the girl's feelings for you were genuine. It sounds as if you two are out olf tune. A love song can't be a solo. It must be a duet. ' •. * * * .Confidential to EPILEPTIC SISTER: The American Epilepsy Federation at 73 Tremont Street, Boston, Massachusetts, works on a national level. They do an excellent job and will help you. To learn the difference between a marriage that "settles down" and one that "gets dull" send for ANN LANDERS' booklet, "What To Expect From Marriage," enclosing with your request 20 cents 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. 1962 < Field Enterprises, Inc. TAKING TESTS WASHINGTON .(UPI)-Twenty persons from Kansas City and St. Louis are faking 1 'part in a study to measure radioactive iodine 131 activity in Uie thyroid gland, the Public Health Service said Wednesday. It said the tests, which take only about half an hour, involve As the result of 'short but intensive treatment, more than 90 per cent of the mental patients admitted to Larue D. Carter Memorial Hospital have been able to return to their home communities and live happy, usefu} productive lives. Good Books South America A To Z, by Robert S. Kane: With its rols in today's news increasing daily, the southern half of this hemisphere las taken a position high on the ist of exciting -and important places to visit. This is a. continent of beauty, adventure and discontent. In his first "A to Z" Kane analyzed the nations of Africa. Now he takes us on a our of South America. But in addition to facts and figures the author has added a subjective dimension of historical, political and cultural backgrounds which lave .shaped these nations. SURE DEATH to ROACHES-ANTS that cross it! cross Qukk, Sure, E»y Wiy To Gtt Rid Of ROACHES-ANTS Without Dangerous Sprays Botch or Ant problim? End it the quick, sure, easy way. . . with d-CON" ROACH-PRUFE or d-CON ANT-PRUFE! d-CON ROACH-PRUFE apd ANT-PRitre Come with a special applicator brush. You simply brush on a'd-CON DEADLINE next to baseboards and other places in your kilchen where roaches and ants crawl. And that's all! 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