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Twelve Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Josephine Lowmon It Pays to Give Serious Thought to Vacation Plans F-l OOF Spans U.S. in 3 Hours, 38 Minutes AIK FORCE BASE, N.J. (UP)— An. Air. Force Super- Sabrejet fighter set an unofficial ranscontiner.tal record Sunday A'heu it swept across the country n 3 hours and 38 minutes. The red, white and blue F100F, 'iloted by 32-year-old Maj. Robinson Eisner, averaged 662 miles per hour on the 2,405 mile trip. The old record, also termed "unofficial" by an Air Force spokesman, was set by Col. Robert. Scott "n March 1955 when his FB4F jet streaked from California to Now Jersey in 3 hours and 44 minutes. Tuesday, Risner will pilot his At this time of year travel maps and folders appear like magic. At this time of year we all get an itching foot. Clothes go into moth balls and travel pamphlets and maps appear like magic. type trip is hard on the children and the parents. A flexible itinerary is a great aid to happy travel. If you have Any vacation worth the name' everything mapped out like a means a change, if not in scene at! train schedule and keep to it, least a chance in activity and in- 'or else," the whole adventure terest and routine. We all need this and yet man yvacations are disappointing, exhausting and frustrating to the individual. It pays to give real thought to your plans for this one little spot of so-called leisure. H you are a very rugged soul and you long for new scenery, then a trip away from home will probably rest you. But one mistake is to try to cover too much territory in too short a time. Even though you are going far away from your hearthstone,- you probably will enjoy it more if you settle in one place for the majority of the time and then branch out from there. Nightmare This is especially true if you take very young children along. I have known many instances when the anticipated trip turned out to be a nightmare because the offspring were too young to stand constant travel, irregular food and loss of rest and exercise and sleep. Therefore they were sick most of the time. At best this will seem like work. Perhaps you 'ind a perfect place and wish'you could remain there longer, bu push on because you planned to arrive at a certain place the nex night. There are folks who fee this compulsion to meet a deadline even when on vacation. I am no one! We once started out for New rlampshire and landed in Canada With all of the hotels and motoi courts available you are not likely to have trouble with reservations unless you arrive very late in the afternoon. •; Give thought to the early fall vacation rather than the summer one. Of course this is not always possible but when it is you will ind the weather more pleasant, the.'.' scenery lovely and the rates much more reasonable. Terry Turtle Ann Landers Dentist Can Quit Pinching Girl and Solve Own Problem Dear Ann Landers: I'm a dentist who has followed your column avidly. I hope you will give this letter special consideration because it means a great deal to me. sense of responsibility . . . and this is her mother's fault. Resorting to the yardstick serves only to increase her hostility. What seemed to YOU to be nothing more Monday Evening, May 20, 1957. Doubt Ike Will Help Pick 1960 Candidate A young dental assistant whojthan a ""P across the legs" prob- wrote to you recently, complained Because her "unmarried boss" fol- ably made a much deeper impression on the receiving end. With lowed her into the darkroom on some outside help you may be able numerous occasions and spoiled' the' ° Set con rol of the station ai- Also he made passes, i ter. the girl returns. x-rays. have reason, to believe this letter was written by my assistant. Super Sabrejet along the trans- i. Several of my friends and col- Atlantic route taken by Charles .leagues are having a great time at A. Lindbergh 30 years ago. When I my expense. I can scarcely go any- Ftisner's FiOOF lands at Paris it where but what this embarrassing will be the first plane of its kind in Europe. STILL RESCUING ORAN, Algeria (UP) — French army fireman M. Sanchez took a week-end vacation from his job of rescuing persons from burning buildings. On the first day of his vacation at the boach he rescued a French soldier caught in an offshore undertow. Then Sunday he rescued a man and his two daughters who swam out too far from shore. Defeat The Heat If you would like my leaflet "Tricks in Camping" send a stanp- ed, self - addressed envelope with your request for leaflet No. 69 to Josephine Lowman in care of this newspaper. Tomorrow: "Family Camping Trip Nice But no Rest Cure for Mom." (Released by The Register and Tribune Syndicate, 1057) Five-acre Corn Plot Contest Deadline Set Deadline for enrollment in the junior and senior five-acre corn contest in Cass county has been set for June 1. Gus Thias, county agent, said this morning that membership in the senior contest also entitles the contestant to participate in the five-acre soybean yield check. Any senior with at leasl five acres in a square or rectangular plot is eligible to enroll in the project. A membership fee of $2 must be paid to the Indiana Corn Growers association, Thias siiid. Junior conlc.sUints must be at least 12 years old and pay a $1 membership fee. etter is brought to my attention. Since you saw fit to print that etter under the guise of "solving •IER problem" I wonder if you'll )e good enough to solve the prob- em you've created for me? Thank you.—L. C.: DDS Dear Doctor: This problem you can solve yourself. Just quii pinch- ng the girl. You're welcome. * * * Dear Ann: Get out the wet noodle. In a recent column you used :he quotation "It is not good for man to be alone" and attributed it :o St. Paul. This quote is not from the teachings of St. Paul, but ap- 1 - . ., _. ... pears in the narrative of the BookjKed CrOSS Financial Df Genesis. St. Paul had different views on :he subject. In the Book Of Corinthians 7:38. you will find he had This is late in the game for a mother to try to establish lines of communication, but it's not entirely hopeless. Good luck. * * * CONFIDENTIALLY:, GENE and GEEG: Sorry, boys, don't send me any photographs. I have all I can do to turn out seven columns a week. I can't run a date bureau, too. If you're all that gorgeous you shouldn't need my help. * + * DENA: Your mother is right. Marriage presents enough problems without adding the one you mention. Success under the circumstances is a 1,000 to 1 shot— against. Five Killed In Collision SCRANTON, Iowa (UP) - A two-car collision at an intersection near here killed five persons Sunday night, four of them students at Omaha, Neb., schools. Two other persons were injured critically in the crash. Authorities said a car containing five students Bulled onto the highway in front of a car driven by Clarence Davis, 53, Jefferson, Iowa. Davis' wife, Alice, 48, was killed and Davis was injured. Victims in the .other car were identified .as Michael LaMendola, 24, Amsterdam, N.Y., Sally Hoeven, Storm Lafce, Iowa; Cora Boes, Ogden, Iowa, and JoAnn McCarthy, Fort Dodge, Iowa. Injured was Mary Ridder, North Platte, Neb. LaMendola was a senior medical student at CreigMon University and the girls were third-year student nurses at St. Joseph's Hospital in Omaha. The accident occurred at the intersection of old and now U.S. 30 seven miles west of Scranton. The students' car was struck broadside and hurled into a ditch. By LYLE C. WILSON United Press Staff Correspondent WASHINGTON (UP) - Smart and genial James C. Hagerty says right out loud in public that President Eisenhower will have something to say about the 1960 nomination of a Republican presidential candidate. But even though Hagerty is Eisenhower's press secretary, and a sure for a 1960 endorsement of someone — probably Nixon — will build up on Eisenhower to an almost insufferable burden. However, if the President thought it would be unseemly to suggest that the 1956 convention give him a running mate of his own choosing, how much less seemly would It be for him lo attempt to tell the 1960 convention whom to name Inc. ihis to say of marriage: " So that ;ie who marries his betrothed does well. And he who refrains from marriage, does better."—JAMES "'.. P. Dear James C. P.: Many thanks for the correction. There has been Copyright 1957, Field Enterprises, pjye Escape Injury jWhen Seaplane Hits House; Pilot Killed Situation "Precarious" WASHINGTON (UP) The American Red Cross is in a "precarious financial position" because of funds it spent aiding disaster victims the past two years, National Chairman E. Roland Harriman said today. Red Cross dissater funds are ."completely gone" and total re... avalanche of letters from pco- sources are sadly depleted, ' Harple who spotted this error. I'm de- riman told the opening session of " -- ----•-•- ----• the organization's 32nd national 8495 10-20 WITH THE NEW PATT-0-RAMA A handsome square collar highlights a youthful basque frock that can be made with or without sleeves. Omit the collar, if you prefer. No. 8405 with PATT-0-RAMA included is in sixes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 12, 32 bust, with collar, 5% yards o( 35-incl). For this pattern, send 35c in COINS, your name, address, si/c desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Pharos-Tribune, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, 111. Include 25 cents more with your pattern order for the Spring. & Summer '57 issue of our pattern book Basic FASHION. It contains dozens of smart new styles for all ages; gift pattern printed inside the book. lighted that so many Landers readers are also students of The Great- convention, ost Book Of All. This time I fear the wet noodle will not suffice. I deserve the bullwhip. — EED FACED ANN * # * Dear Ann: I'm the mother of a 14-year-old girl. She's become so stubborn, lazy and disagreeable I don't know what lo do. As a small child she was shunlcd from pillar to post because of my unsuccessful marriage. I had to work so I was a part-time always tired mother. I remarried when she was 5, but my husband who is kind and gentle leaves her discipline up to me. This girl is I must force and nag her to brush her teeth. She uses her clothes as scatter- rugs. I've tried patience but it doesn't work. Now r find myself short- tempered and shouting like a fishwife. The final blow came when 1 asked her to sew (i inches of hem in her skirt. She said, "Lot it hang." I got a yardstick and rapped her across the legs. Her grandparents want her tn spend the summer with them. Do persons escaped injury—and possible death — by minutes Sunday night when a seaplane crashed in- .0 a house, crumbling a ceiling in the living room where they had ust been watching television. The pilot, Kenneth Baallou, 39, of Verplanck, N.Y., died in a hospi- .al four hours later. Only a few minutes before the •ented single-engine craft crashed nto the house, Mr. and Mrs. Moris Walder and three visitors had Harrimar. said the Red Cross is being forced to cut down on its budget to the. point where programs arc being effected. He toldv the 5,000 delegates the Red Cross is in financial straits "primarily because we have spared no eMort to do the job that the American people demand of the Red Cross." Famed Portrait Artist Succumbs . LOS ANGELES (UP) — Famed portrait painter Penrhyn Stan- bws, «0, creator of the "S'.an- was burned to death Sunday in a fire at his studio. Firemen said lihe artist apparently fell asleep while smoking a cigarette in an overstuffed chair. '15 INCHES Terry Turtle is a pajama bag that will delight the youngsters. You'll enjoy making him as much as the children will like using him as a hiding place for their pajamas. Pattern No. r.790 contains pattern pieces; sewing and finishing directions. Send 25c in COINS, your name, address and the PATTERN NUMBER to ANNE CABOT, Pharos- Tribune, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago (i, Illinois. It's ready! The 1957 Needlework ALBUM — fifty-six colorful pages showing many pretty designs; plus directions for making 3 crochet items and a quilt. Only 25c a copy! Tennessee School Graduates Negro CLINTON, Tenn. (UP)—A Negro boy with 117 white classmates Friday night became the first member of his race to oc graduated by a state-supported integrated high school this deep in the South. Far from the sidelines, segregationist John Kasper commented in Knoxvillc, Tenn., that he hoped the boy also would have the added distinction of being the last. Bobby Cain, 17, was Ihc 35th of the students in cap and gown to receive his diploma from Asst. Principal Mrs. Juania Moser in the gymnasium ceremony before an imsegrogalcd audience of BOO. of the policy - making-^ his successor group which directs the executive . department, there is reason for Continue Digging !he 0 prS!Cponu™ For Trapped Miner tentions. | LYKENS, Pa. (UP)—A group of President Eisenhower surely. miners "determined to find David could and doubtless should have Snyder one way or another" con- something to say about the 1960 i tinued digging today in a gangway nomination of a Republican pres-!°f a mine where he was trapped idential candidate. His spoken i by a cave-in Friday morning, word, alone, probably would gainj Older miners and state mine in- the rtominaltonfor any reasonably spector Robert Scheindcr of Ash- satisfactory man. There is cause, I land, Pa., hold lut iittle hops however, to question whether the President will ray the word. Look At 1956 Eisenhower was indescribably coy a year ago during the weeks and months when Vice President Richard M. Nixon was dangling on a string. The President said many kind things about his younger friend, but could not bring himself to say briefly and frankly that he desired again to have Nixon on the ticket. In the process of avoiding that issue, the President let it be known that he felt il unseemly of him lo attempt to direct last year's Republican National Convention in (he nomination of a vice presidential candidate. It is roa- for the 35-year-old father of three children. State Police Sgt. Joseph L. Tochyba at the Lykens substation said the concensus of opinion is U-.at Snyder will be dead when he is found. PEEKSKILL N.Y. (UP)-Five s °nable to compare that feeling >rsons escaoed iniurv-and DOS- as expressed by the President eft the living room to go into the ciichen for dinner. The plane believed to have developed engine trouble, smashed against an upstairs bedroom window, collapsing the ceiling and caving in a section of the roof and the front of the house. It then with what Hagerty said Ihe other, night oh Martha Rounlroe'sj "Press Conference (ABC)". It! went like this: Question: Do you think President Eisenhower is going to try to select or try lo name or back very strongly his particular successor in the Republican Parly Hagerty: I should think he would have something to say about it, sureiy. Sees StronR Rolu Question: You think Ihe President will laku n very strong role in tlie selection of ihe person who \A going lo be the Republican standard bearer Hagerly: Yes, I would Ihir.k so. The "Eisenhower record with rC- .,, „ ,, spect lo Nixon last year simijlv dropped to the lawn, with Ballou d(|M no( Hagcrly'.s coin- b » still m the cockpit. The plane, in which Ballou had taken off from a nearby seaplane base, did not explode or burn. WELCOME! • | ROCKY HILL, Conn.—Insurance adjuster Ned Clauser went to the homo o( four-year-old Savvas Min- tatos to check before approving payment of an insurance claim which resulted when a dog bit the you think it would help if I let her;boy. The boy's dog nipped Clauser go? Please give me sonic advice, as he came up the front walk. I am a wreck.—A.D.M. Lot her go. You two need a vacation from each other. In her absence, consult with an expert on adolescent behavior. The Family Service Association can help you. This girl got off to a bad start as a result of the pillar-to-post treatment. Her resentment is deep and bitter. When a girl 14 balks at sewing 6 inches of hem it indicates she has not developed a A FIRM WILL NEW YORK <UP)--The Mutual Life Insurance Co. of Nosv York today reported a policyholdcr had named what the company considered a unique beneficiary in his will. The policyholdor wrote thai he wag so pleased with the company's .service that his beneficiary would be the Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New York. OPEN 1 P. M. MIUKMi fllKHI! mm NOW Regular Prices PLUS CARTOON WORLD'S GKATEST NOVEL NOW ON THE SCREEN! "SUPERB !"-N.r.n..*/.r ,& "BRILLIANT!"-**. 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