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Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, July 1, 1957
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Twenty Loguuport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Ann Landers Fondness for Children Okay; Woman Need Not Marry One •Dear Ann: I'm going to give you •11 the-straight facts so you can help me with this problem. I'm 30 years old and have been married twice. My first husband was an older man from a foreign country. My mother rushed me into marriage at 17 because she thought he was rich. I married him because I thought he was nice. We were both wrong. 1 divorced him four years later. My second husband was an alcoholic. He couldn't hold a job and I had to support him. One night he fell into an excavation pit and was killed. This saved me the expense of divorcing him. I also got a good settlement from the city. I bought a diner and have a real good little business. A swell- looking'kid came to work for me last December. I'm crazy about him and he says he's in love with me. The trouble is, he's only 18 years old although he looks much older. He won't have to go into the Army because he has a steel plate in his head. Could this marriage possibly work?—CLEMENTINE This 18-year-old kid has a steel plate in his head, which is more than you've got in yours. Not only do you have a dozen years on the boy but those two marriages are equivalent to about 20 years of experience. It's admirable to be fond of children, Clem- «ntine—but don't marry one. A young man of 18 should be looking lor a girl about 16. Leave this kid alone before you hear from his mother. « « • Dear Ann: My son passed away at the age of 36. He was never ill and it was a terrible shock. His young .widow and two children are living with us so she can finish her education and teach. • My daughter-in-law acts very jtrange at times. When I talk about my son I can't help but cry —you know a mother's love. She never sheds a tear. She becomes upset and leaves the room. . I told her if she ever wanted to remarry I would take the children to make things easier for her. She became furious and said she'd never marry again. This makes me suspect she didn't have a very good relationship with my boy. I'm getting so I don't know how to act in my own house anymore. How can I make her understand that my feelings are normal and she shouldn't get angry with me? My son would be heartbroken if he could see how she's acting. Please help me.—A SAD MOTHER Your daughter-in-law should not be living with you. You two don't understand each other and prob- ably never will. You .feel it's "strange" because the young widow refuses to 1 sit around and cry with you while you review memories of her husband. By the same token she probably thinks it's "strange" that you persist,in" talking about something so painful to her. Not all peopje are constructed the same, emotionally. It may give YOU comfort and relief to talk about your son. You may even enjoy shedding tears and reliving the days when he was with you. But your daughter-in-law prefers, to keep her sacred memories to herself. She doesn't wish to share Economists Declare Steel Price Hike No inflationary Threat WASHINGTON (UP) — Administration economists do not see a serious . inflationary threat in the steel price hike though they wish it had not occurred, it was learned authoritatively today. Their chief worry over the »6-a- ton increase put into effect today by U. S. Steel Corp. and other producers is whether it will, by them. Perhaps the wounds are too j suggesting a general price rise, fresh. Don't be critical of this young widow. Try to understand.her fe.el- ings. And help her find a place of her own. * » * Dear Ann: I'm a girl. 16 and I finally got a- boy friend to go steady with me. His younger sister is a good friend of mine and tells me that his old flame keeps calling him up on the telephone. She says he talks very nice to her. I don't understand this because he tells me she's a creep and dunjb as they come. There is an unwritten law that girls should leave other people's steadies alone. Should I pnone her and tell her to keep her grubby hands off MY property?—G1NA. What do you mean YOUR property? You bought him in a store? You don't own this fellow — and the quickest way to lose him is to act as if you do. These calls would hand you a laugh if you were sure of yourself. If this telephone idiot wants to waste her dimes why let it bother you? Sit back,—and play it cool. * * * CONFIDENTIALLY: LILY-MARLEN-E: The was has been over for a long time. Why don't you forget about the past and start thinking about the future, since that's where you'll be spending most of your time? (Ann Landers will be happy to help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of this newspaper and enclose a stamped self- addressed envelope.) Copyright 1957, Field Enterprises, Inc. Cotton Charmer! SIZE.S S.-3-4 Here's a simple-to-sew frock with matching bolero and colorful butterfly embroidery that is sure to win the heart of the little miss. Perfect to wear on those hot afternoons or cool evenings ahead. Pattern No. 2567 contains tissue —sizes 2, 3, 4 incl; hot-iron transfer; sewing and embroidery directions; color chart. discourage consumer buying generally. In other words, if the public thinks prices everywhere are going up it may cut down on purchases of many things. The economists do not .think the steel rise will have this effect, nor do .they believe it will have a "particularly s e r i o u s" -consequence in pushing a whole range of other prices upward. , • This viewpoint was .obtained by the United Press from reliable sources as Treasury Secretary Seorge M. Humphrey went before the Senate Finance Committee for possible public questioning about ;he steel hike. •Sen. Albert M. Gore (D-Tenn.) has said he will question Humphrey on the steel price rise. Prior to the announced increase Humphrey told the committee last' week only that he hoped the industry would consider the long- range effects of a rise. The secretary has been .reported slated for the chairmanship of National Steel Corp, when he leaves the government this summer. Hospital Notes MEMORIAL Born: To Mr, and Mrs. Harry Moon, Star City, a son. • .' Admitted: Mrs. Hazel Clark, Flora; William Truex, 1610 Treen street; Mrs. Barbara Oliver, route 1; Mrs. Olive Hipes, Royal Center; Tom Manuels, 429 South Third street; Master Frederick Rohweder, route 4. Dismissed: Mrs. Dorothy Bagwell, 2101 George* street; Everett Beall, 67 Pollard street; Mrs. Hurt Gallahor and daughter, 505 Tacoma avenue; Mrs. Phyllis Hineman, 17 East Colfax street; Miss Joyce ,awson, 516 Eleventh street; Mrs. Ruth Recher, 815 East Broadway; Miss Kathy Coffing, route 4; _Mrs. Catherine Copeland, 1425 College street; Miss Linda and Miss Sandra Hammontree, High strpel road; Hayes, 1221 Erie avenue; John Simons, 622 Shultz street; iharles Tidrick, 414 Fourth street; Master James LaTourctte, route 4; VIrs. Lester .Woolen and son, 421 Cliff Drive. ST. JOSEPH'S Born: To Mr. and Mrs. Gary Stuart, route 6, a daughter. Admitted: Mrs. Madge Hipsher, 1117' Helm street; Floyd Coble, Burnettsville; Miss Charon Willis, 2216 Jefferson street; Vincent Hill, Sandusky, Ohio; Master Gary Hoover, Winamac; Master Michael Camp, 427 Cole street; Mrs. Beulah McFarland, 731 North street. Dismissed: Master Steven Coleman, Royal Center; Mrs. Leona Dunderman; 1400'/4 East Broadway; Miss Rebecca Davis, Walton; Mrs. Donald Beckman and son, route 3; Mrs. James Young and daughter, 810 North Pearl street; Orville Brown, route 3; Mrs, Goldie Maughmer, Walton; Robert Rcl- Juvenile Delinquency Blamed on Coddling MUSKEGON, Mich. — William !"._ Bannan, warden of the Southern Michigan prison at Jackson, claims juvenile delinquency is the result of "mollycoddling" by parents. Bannan. said lack of religious training and parental discipline were'two reasons why his institution was crowded. "Treat them (juveniles) like the adults they pretend to be," Bannan said. "We're too mollycoddling with these children of ours." Flattery for Women WITH THE NEW PATT-0-RAMA You'll like, the feeling of well grooming this handsome frock Insures. A special design in women's sixes, with flattery in every line. No, 8450 with PATT-0-RAMA included is in sizes 32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46. Size 34 bust, 4% yards of 3fl-inch; % yard contrast. For this pattern, send 35c in COINS, your name, address, size fel, Camden; Mrs. Daisy Brown-[ desired, and the PATTERN NUM- ing, route 5; Mrs. Roger Rhodes and daughter, Walton; Mrs. Paul Rush and daughter, Walton. COOL COWS & CALORIES EL CENTRO, Calif. (UP)—The University of California's Irrvperia Send 25c in COINS, your name, Valley field station disclosed to- addrcss and the PATTERN MUM-1 day how It keeps its cows con- BER to ANNE CABOT, Pharos' tended in the summer heat. The Tribune, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chi-' cows are cooled with 42-inch eloc- caso 6, Illinois. I trie fans that whip up a tour mile It's ready! The 1957'Needlework]an hour breeze. Field station spe- ALBUM—fifty-six colorful pages: cialist Nicholas R. Jttner .said the showing many pretty designs; plus cool cows gained 32 per cent more directions for making 3 crochet weight daily over their unfamnec items and a quilt. Only 25c a copy! | sisters. Sight-Seeing and Cruising at its Best 1 Hour-$7.50 2 Hours $4 4 Hours-$6 8 Hours $10. -Moonlight Cruises on Lake Shafer- Outboard Beats With or Without Motors BER 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 lor all ages; gift pattern printed inside the book. Show Slortl At Duik Oat.. Op.n Half Hour farllo TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY DOUBLE FEATURE .. "CAIYPSO JOE" (First Run) Htrb J«ff«r(M - AnflFt Dickiniofi alto "HOT ROD RUMBLE" (Flril Run) l*I0h $newd*n • Richard Hortufllon ' THURSDAY - FRIDAY "PJBitC PIGEON NO. 1" , (color—firit run) K.d Ik.llcit . Vivian Mem* Josephine Lawman Freedom From Being Needed Is Like Mirage on Desert So long as you love even one person and one person loves you, you Monday Evening, July 1, cannot be free. Freedom is a strange and deceptive word. It woos us with its subtle charm in the midst of the lecticness and strains of daily living. Freedom to do what we wish? Freedom to find our own ndividual bit of happiness? Per- laps you. have spent years and years taking care of others, submerging your own ambitions and nterests and needs in 'order to fulfill your obligations. Surely, you think, the time has come when you have earned some freedom, some time and opportunity for self-expression, for cultivating deep satisfactions which lave been put aside because of ihose who depend on you. Freedom is a mirage on the desert. If you reach the place it seemed to be you will find i-t dry, because being free means that you leaflet "How to Overcome Loneliness and Self-consciousness" send a stamped, self-addressed envelope •with your request for leaflet No. 59 to Josephine Lowman in care of this newspaper.. Tomorrow: "Bulging Back Hipline Can Spoil Silhouette." (Released by The Register and Tribune Syndicate, 1957) S. D. Farm Purchased For McGuire Sister WINNER, S. D.—The. husband of one of the singing McGuire sisl-ers 'has purchased a 160-aere farm in the prairie country around this town of 3,252. John H. Teeter, New York, purchased the property for a reported $15,000 for his wife, Christine McGuire. gallons or loyalties or responsi- the loneliest people re no longer needed or loved byj The property was part of the es- thers. It would be a death, a dus-|tate of the late Mrs. Candace ty taste in the mouth. Those who j Houser. She willed that the money are completely free of any obli- be divided equally among the Methodist Church here, the Crippled Children's Hospital in Hot Spring, S, D., and the Damon Bunyon Memorial Fund for Cancer Research. Teeter is executive director of the Damon Runyon organization. Mexico Watches Border For Re-Entry of Reds MEXICO CITY (UP) — Mexico has posted B special walxjh on the Guatemalan border to forestall any attempt by Communist refugees to r center that country, It was- announced today, Reports circulating here recently said refugees who fled when Col. Carlos 'Castillo Armas overthrew ,pro-Communiist President Jacobo Artoenz in 1954 have been workfog 'up plans for I a Red counterrevahi- bilities are on earth. So long as you love even one pers-on , or one person loves you, so long as your life has any effect, those about you, you cannot be free. Should you find yourself without even one person, you discover that j»ou are living in a vacuum, Isolated and frightenlngly alone. It might be well, to held this thought when we feel that our obligations are tremendously heavy, that we are being called on for more than is just, that we have been cheated or betrayed. Every shining blessing has its price. There are so many very lonely people on this earth who would eagerly change places with us and our problems. Let us thank God every night that we are no', freel If you. would like to have my Library Reading Program Continues High in Popularity Rain or shine, the pupils of Logansport City Schools, their parents and teachers continue-to read in the Summer Reading program, conducted annually by the Logansport Public Library, Since the program began, 399 boys and girls have reported on their first group of ten books. 79 parents and teachers have completed 3 books of nonfiction. 35 boys have reported on 20 books giving them- a gold star and 57 girls have earned a gold star. 15 parents and teachers have read 6 non-fiction giving them a gold star. Longfellow school is in first place with 136 points. Daniel Webster is second 'with 86 points. The schools and their points are as follows: Longfellow—136; Dan- iel'Webster—96; Jefferson—64; St. Vincent—46; Washington—43; 'St. Jpseph—42; Franklin—40; Tipton— 39; St. Bridget—22; Columbia—21; McKinley—15; Senior High — 10; Riley—8; Lincoln — 3. The following readers have completed their lists this week; Columbia — *Ann Caugliell, 'David Caughell, Shirley Harman, Melissa Kay NicoJl, Prudence Nicoll, Diana Pursch, Shirley Pursch, Tommy Pursch, Judy Wolf, Mrs. Leroy Moore, Mr. Elmer Wood. Daniel Webster — Susann Bowman, "James Bulmer, "Jill Ann Carilhers, Lynn Fernbaugh, Roger Hargrove, Patricia Huff, 'William Kranz, Nancy Ann Laird, Linda Lottman, Chuck McClain, Joe Me- Clain, James Marshall, Janet Martin, Judy Martin, 'Stephen Martin, •Marsha Lee Mason, *Nita Gail Mason, Steve 'Miller, 'Stephen Newnum, Steven L. Parker, Curtis Patton, Linda • Pursch, John Charles Rhoades, Deborah Simmons, Sandra Simmons, Susan Suddelh, Jane Annette Young, James Zimmerman, *Mrs. Dick Bailey,' Mr. C. D. Ballard, Mrs, Barbara Crispen, Mrs. Mary Johnston, Mr. Herbert Lowes, Mrs. Emerson Martin, *,Miss Mary Nola Roose, Mrs. C. D. Ballard. Franklin—'Karen Ashby, "Diane Binder, Carolyn Gray, Dennis Haskew, Judy Martin, Ruth Murray, Linda Osborn, 'Nancy Smith, "•Thomas Smith, Sharon L.-Strong, ""Linda Titus, Edward Lee Zimpleman, Mr. Paul Gaumer, Mr. Edward Lowry, Mrs. Edward Lowry, "Mrs. Roberta Zimmerman, •Freddie Zimmerman. Jefferson — Richard Bechdol, Darletta Jo Jones, Sherry Suzanne Jones, Eddie Keplinger, Janis Kitchel, Cheryl Jayne Ross, Jay Sibley, Roberta Sibley, Becky Spangler, Betty Speitel, Kay Lynn Speitel, 'Donna May Thomas, "•John Robert Dean, Mr. Richard Spall, Mrs. Marjory Upton, Mrs. Jack Warner. Longfellow—'Gary Joseph Baker, ""Robert Frank Baker, 'Larry Boutwell, "Terry Boutwell, "Alice Marie Chcesman, "Joel Claudius, Mickey Cox, Connie Sue DeLawter, Jimmy Flory, Henry Gee, 'Charles Gerni, 'Mary Gorni, 'Christina Harvey, Jay Hirschauer, Susan Hoover, "'Laura Johnson, Bruce Moore, David Moore, P«Uy Morton, David Putty, Devin Bruce Patty, 'Barbara Reap, Betsy Reap', Linda Diane Sailors, 'Diana Sue Sayger, "Deborah Schmidt, Miko Schmidt, 'David Sherman, Donald Simpson, Frank Smith, Susie Stanley, *0ma Tilley, 'James Titus, Linda Wegert, Debra Wild, Victor Wild, 'Joyce Wilsey, 'Jonice Wilson, Joyce Ann Wilson, 'Ronda Wissinger, Betsy Ann Wolfe,'"Mrs. Edith Doty. McKinley — "Patti Jo Moon, Gail Noakes, Kathy Savini, Miss Sue Green, Mrs. Walter Noakes, Mrs. Mattie Wells. Riley—Robert W. Brown, Barbara Carson, Sharon Petrocchi, "Barbara"Ann.Spen- cer. St. Bridget—Walter Closson, Susan Dwyer, "Gerry Kienly, "Judy Kienly, Jane Underwood, Mr. John Gray, Sr.? Miss Frances Hull, Miss Patty Rose, Mrs. Helen Underwood. St. Joseph — Michael Alberts, "John Antonelli, "Stanley Anlonel- li, Cheryl Hall, Alma Hoover, Laura Hoover, Thomas Kissinger, "•Marianne Loner, "Tim Oldham, Marie Spitznogle, Mary Ann Unger, 'Theresa Wilson, James Zuar- andillo, Mrs, Paul Bauer, Mrs. Harry Foerch, Mr. James Frushour, Mrs. Marjorie 'Hall, 'Mrs. Tom Hoover, Mrs. Joe Loner. St. Vincent — Gloria Beii, Mary Pat Brandt, Carolyn Buttice, Minister Believed Drowned Recovers Memory in Frisco PASCO, Wash. (UP)—-A clergyman who lost his memory while boating in Idaho two months ago said today-regaining it was fikt "coming out of n tunnel." The Rev. Andrew Daughters, 37, rector of Hie Episcopal Church here, was reunited with his wife and four sons Sunday night after "coming to" at a Sunday service in San Francisco's Grace Cathedral. His family had believed him drowned in a sudden squall. Daughters was unable to give any account of the weeks "lost out of my life." But he recalled the day he went boating on Lake Coeur D'Alene, Idaho, on April 26. "I set out to paddle my boat across an arm of the lake after a **Larry Buttice, Virginia Lynn Hi- conference at the church camp," zer, "Edward McCord, 'Kathleen he said. "A squall came up and McCord, Anita Madonna, 'Martha Medland, Sandra Mee, Edith Moore, Michael Moore, Susan Moore, Dominic Pancini, Getaldine Pancini, John Francis Perrone, Judith Perry, Gloria Jean Sears, Mary Surface, Rosella Surface, Tony Surface, Dennis Tam, Mrs. John Madonna. •Senior High — 'Mary Bruner, 'Elinore TJrompp, Mary Ann Hendrickson, Beth Hight, Pat Lowe, Tipton — Pamela Lynn Barnard, Jimmy Callaway, 'Susan AHmyer, Jo Ellen Fettig, Karen Finnell, it was rough, but the boat did not overturn. I remember docking th» boat. "The last thing I remember is stepping up on the dock. Then the next thing 1 remember is looking up outside the church in San Francisco. I remember th* service only vaguely " Dynamite Explosion Kills Marshall Man PLYMOUTH (UP)—Henry Samuelson, 67, a' Marshall County Barbara Filz, Lynn Hizer, Patty f armc r, was killtd and a neighbor McPherson, Tommie McPhcrson, ; was in j ured seriously Saturday in Edwin Pownall, Harold Eugenei a dynamite explosion.' Somers, Carolyn Surface, Judy: T1)e accidenl occurred while Surface, Mrs. Mary Groninger,, Samuelson and William Walkins Mrs. Gwyndoline Pancini, Kiss' were b i astin g tree stumps lo dear Gladys Strong. Washington — Tommy Hardt, Phyllis Hardy, Janet Johnson, Theresa Jones,' Jill KrisUne Lamb, Marcia Laymen, Mary Laymon, 'Joyce Shackelford, Steven Spangler, 'Bonnie Timberman, Timmy Lee Wagner, 'Mrs. Helen Jones, Mrs. Charles Lu Dow, Mr. Cecil Laymon, Mrs. Cecil Laymon. •Gold Star. "'Blue Star. OUTSTANDING CITIZEN BLOOMINGTON (UP) - Miss Linda Marshall, Fort Wayne, Sunday was selected as the outsland- |ing citizen of Hoosier Girls' Stale] at In-diana University. She received an award at inaugural and honors day ceremonies, closing event of a week-long training program on slate and local government attended by high school junior girls from throughout the state. The program was sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary. land on Samuelson's farm seven miles west of here. Samuelson was setting a cliarga when it weal off. Walkins wax taken to a Soulh Bend hospital with serious eye and leg injuries. Walkins- was digging stumps several feel away from the charge being set by Samuelson when Ilia explosion occurred. Despite his injuries, Walkins ran about half a mile to Samuelson's home for aid before collapsing. Read the Classified Ads Today—'n«furn la Paradlu" , "Tin Wanted Mm'' and ROXY STARTS TUKOAY Dpen 1 p.m. Added Fun At Night "The Indian Fighter" with KIRK DOUGIAI tion. Mexico has alerted border troops against possible' Communist attempts to infill-ate Guatemala. Opin 7:00 p, m, Show Start! 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