Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 27, 1957 · Page 21
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 21

Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, May 27, 1957
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Honday Evening, May 27, 1937, Luxury Liner Waitress Is Lucrative Position HONOLULU, T. H.—Beth Denton, s 35-year-old waitress with a spirit of adventure, is helping to pioneer a new career for heri jex. The blonde Miss Denton. who comes from Portland. Ore., is one of 29 waitresses se'ected from more than 1,000 applicants for jobs on the new luxury liner, the Mariposa—first steamer in the Pacific Ocean to use female help. "I applied becau.se I wanted to tee the class of service on a ship at sea, I wanted lo position, because T ha of adventure—and I Major League Leader? CHECK GRASS, LEGUME VARIETIES IN COUNTY \ ..• ,, „...,. ... .... .,-.* like the money." says Miss Denton. All boiled down, however, most of the girls are on this trip for! Williams, Bfwt. two reasons: adventure and | Mantle, N.Y. By UNITED PRESS National League Player & Club G. AB R. H. Pet. 33 138 23 50 .362 32 128 16 45 .352 34 112 23 39 .348 34 130 26 45 .346 34 148 32 51 .345 Robinson, Cinci. 34 148 29 51 .345 Musial, St.L. Groat, Pitts. improve my| Bailey, Cinci. ave a spirit]Mays, N.Y. Aaron, Milw. money. $700 A Month Bertoia. Del. Fox. Chi. American League 32 112 23 33 10ft 2(> 31 105 11 32 122 23 32 10K 20 46 .411 39 .361 37 .352 42 .344 35 .330 Waitresses aboard luxury liners I Wcrtz, Clove, possibly are the highest income! 1Iomc Runs group among women in United 1 National League - Aaron, States, outside such professional 1 Braves 11; Moon, Cards 10; Mu- group-s as doctors and lawyers. i*'al. Cards 8; Mat-hews, Braves.8. They receive a base pay of $359! 'Seven tied with 7 apiece), for working eight hours per day, 1 American League - Williams, seven days a week while the ship Red Sox 10; S.evers, Senators 9; Is at sea. It is reasonable to as- sumc that each one will make an X.ernial, Athletics ii; Mantle, Yanks 9. (Seven tied with 5 additional $200 per month from| a P lcce >tips. Add this lo free board and Rllns BaUcd In , .,. National League — 1' u r 111 o, Dodgers 33; Aaron, Braves 31; Musial, Cards 28; Robinson, 7?ed- room and it bringi the trdal near the $700 per month mark The best part about this, .said Denton. is the fact that tht-rc is practically no place to spend money aboard a ship. Some of the nil-Is will he allowed to net off ship on this cruise for a short time at such ports of call as Honolulu. Tahfti and Sydney. But they will have only a few hours shore leave each day. So most of them expect to finish the nix-week trip with the bluest rhare of their earnings inlact. According lo I'aul Werner, the Mariposa maitre d'hote! and veteran of many trips at sea, the Jiirls -were chosen from applicants in T'hoeniif, Lai Ve;:a-s. Portland, Seattle and San Francisco. "To meet our standards, they had to pass physical tests, have had previous Experience in a A hotel or night eluli," said Wer- legs 26. 'Five tied with 24 apiece). American League — Sievers, Senators 31; Doby, White Sox 24; Minoso, White Sox 23; Jensen, Red Sox 22; ernial, Athletics 22; Mantle, Yanks 22, Pitching Trucks, Athletics 5-0; Acker, Rodlcgs 5-1; Sanforfi, Phils 5-1; Wilson. White Sox 5-1; Jackson, Cards 5-1. All of ihosc who signed up now haw plans to work the job for at l<-as( one full year—although they can (|iiH at the end of any x\x- W!ftkn trip. Sport Parade Ming. U.S. I'al. Off..) By OSCAft FKALEV Hulled I'risiHi .Sports Writer Nl'iW YORK MJP) — American League President Will Ilarridtfc *iwiil retire when his contract expires in I) e c [• m I) e r, informed sources disclosed l.oday, and will Crass Creek and Walton Clubs Win Softball Openers 'IVamK from Walton and Cirnxs Creek wen; victorious in opening Sunday evening at Kivrr.iido park. Creek look tlm oponiT by be succeeded by (!<;neral Manager Joe Cnmin of the HosUm Red Sox. A quorum of American League owners already Jia.s decided on the affable Cronin, it was said, and his ,'io.st will be taken over by A.ist. (Icncnil Manager Stanley ((lucky) Harris. "Tlii.i will be denied all over the place but wait until December and KIIC wind, h u p |> e n .1," the .-ipokii.Hniari asserlrd. Supporting the revelation Is the the Red Sox were perennial also- rans against the Yankees. But, as Cronin said, "I can take it." Former Local Girl Honored by Club In California Misha Lu Anderson, daughter of Charles L. Anderson, local attorney, has been chosen "Youth of the Month" award winner for May by the Glendale, Calif., Exchange club for her outstanding work in Junior Red Cross activities. 'Miss.Anderson, a senior at Hoov- Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Twenty-one er high school, whore she had a perfect merit record for three years, served the Junior Red Cross with the Hoover council, headed the leadership training center in 1955, was junior representative to the city-wide council, and is now president of that organization. A talented pianist, who expects to attend UCLA, Miss Anderson is active in girls sports at Hoover and belongs to the Scholarship society, Junior Statesmen, Future Teachers and .Girls Service club. She represented her school in both the "I Speak for Democracy" and Memorial day speech contests, taking second place in both events. Her outside activities include Oakmont Juniors. Philharmonic Teens, Young Life, Job's Daughters and Y-Tcens, the latter of which she is vice-president. WATER CRITIC AUGUSTA. Me.—Asked by a legislator for his opinion of the pollution problem in the Penobscot River, a Banker resident described the water as follows: "It's too thick to drink and too thin to plow." Chris Held, work unit conservationist of the Cnss Soil Conservation district, Is shown checking the height of Empire Blrdsfoot In the grass nnd legume variety plot on tlic Dwlght Smith farm at Mctea. The plantings were rnnile on April 20, I'JSli, to compare different varieties under similar conditions. Each plot was lumd needed and the need was covered with garden rake. Each plot is 8x.'l3 feet or 1/lGOth of an acre. Another variety plot on the Smith farm—emphasizing the Importance of soli conservation In the observance of Soli Stewardship week—compares five varieties of Ulrdsfoot Trefoil. Tills plot, loculeil on the east side, of highway 25 just south of the route IB Intersection, was planted on April 15, 195S, with Italian, Grander, French, Iowa and Empire varieties. Detailed information on the operations lire listed on signs at the plot sites. (PliarnH-Trlbune Photo-Engraving.) was a passenger representative delayed fair play. of Uie following yenr of 1934 the handling the American League account for the railroad wiicn Ban Johnson, first president, of the league, hired him as a secretary in 19J1. E. S. Barnard succeeded Johnson and, on his denlh in 1M3I., llarridfie was elected to lh< ; presidency, which he has held without interruption. For Cronin and Harris It will he a case o,f turn about being lonH- delayed fair play. Won A.lj. Pennant Cronin had been up twice with Pittsburgh bill, it was Harris who made n regular out of Cronin ul Washington in I!).'I2. When Harris slopped down, the 2li-year-old Cronin was named ID succeed him at the Senator helm—and Hie freshman pilot won the American League pennant. Although Cnmin married owner Clark Griffiths' niece at the end late "Fox" sold Cronin to Boston for $250,000. Cronin led the Fenway millionaires for 13 years and yet it wasn't until his 12li!i season, in 1IM6, that he finally won a pennant. He became general manager of the lied Sox following the death ot Eddie Collins in 19<m, His long dry years til Boston had him on the spot' often, particularly during the years when I fad. that the 72-year-old Murrldgc. (irouiduni of the league for !MI not IXSKII robust and yeiin;, ban n 4 to I count over tin- UAW en try. while Walton conquered the previously has conl.wnplal.cd re- YMOA dull. 4 l.o I in the ni«hl.cnp. lireinenl. Cronin, decried lo base- n five-ill- bail's Hall of is Loon Wallace leimiflc nin;; no-hitler for Walton, but lo.'il. his ffhutoul in the fourth on two banes (m halls and ii wild pitch. Harry Newell rejiislirrod a one- hitler for Cntck in turning hack IMW. A hit by .lue Tilu.'i and JIM outfield error provided the los- «r's only tally. SurnnriarieH: HAW (110 Ofl—1 1 0 CrniiH (,'rwk zoi \ x —4 ;>, •/, Walrion and Smith; Nirwdl mid Clark. YMCA Wnllnn (HHl 10— I fl H .101 0«— 4 n 0 January, 50. I.eiiKilo'H Kcilirtll llenil Oonin, i'f di-rli'cl ;is cxpeciird, would be; HID league's fourth pr«s- idiinl. Anil Ihe i|iiirl. Sail Knuii-isco IrWiman. an able iidiiiiiiiNlraliir, would nuplily I In 1 1:111111; type of cxcfrutivi' leadership as l.he iiparc and silent llnrridKc. The OIH^ major different'!! lie- l.wei'n them Is I hiil HarrMxc nev- <-r [ilayiril a name <»f. ball In Ills life and Cronin was a no-year man in the major leaKws. Kxf<;pt for a brief period with Waliash Itiillroiid, llarrldf.fi Cimlello and Cook; Wallaco nnilllia-'i <i|KMil lil.'i life In the front of- luKbiw. ' flee of Uic Arni-ritrHii l.wigiu:. He 14, LEAPS FROM 11TH FLOOR YOU 5SE tlm lunl coupla of (incoiidn of llfo fur OlK'i CJiuniunnvn, H, •M Dim plittiKun from Ilio Jll.li floor li«l(r» of Uotnl Wulluli ul 70Ui •tniot iifid C'nlKiriliiM ftvwmo III Now Yoi'lt. Hmuli'mlfl of njwatntoni wcro Krtl.luiroO hnlow, ninny nlmuUnj{ npfxtrilit tin nlt'i pucod thn Bh* wn« UuiiiwiiUont al'lor u nuoldluc. (ItttarnulloniilJ d-e-1-i-c-i-o-u-s rich, juicy flavor! EMGE'S m Most Popular Wieners in Logansport Try n tiiKto-tomplinR KMGfi wion«r, like tlioNt bcitij/, o|>uii-llin>io rooslud nl>ovc. JtiNl one bilu hriiiiJH forth llio deep, ricli iriuiily gooclnc.in willi llio liiiR- lln« l«n« of liickory-sinokod 'I'lio secret of KMCK'* exlrn- -lalislyiriK flavor is tliiil nil KMOK wionors arc miidc from pure, frv»h bouf and pork, with special »oaKoiiiiiK.s addud to pikck Ilium fidl of juicy imrho- cue "/.Ip" niul downri|(ht duli- Il pays to initial on EMCK vi<<nur)i..,your family the be.it! Atl IWOi mim? prwliMU i*r» U. 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