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Ten Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Ann Landers Grecian Nose May Be Okay For Mom But Not Daughter Dear Ann: I'm the mother of a 26-year-oJd daughter who is about to do a very foolish thing. I'm appealing to you in hopes that you'll print this letter and talk her out of it. This girl is a college graduate and holds down a responsible position in a public relations firm. She's always had many girl friends but was too shy around the boys to be popular. Six months ago she came home —•walking on air. She'd met a man through business and was terribly excited over him. He stayed in town an extra two days to take her out a few more times. It really looked like Love In Bloom. She casually mentioned the other day that she .was going to have her nose altered. I almost fainted. Her explanation was, "Bob remarked that my nose keeps me from being beautiful and I'm going to do something about it. I've saved the money and I'm all set." Mrs. Landers, there's nothing wrong with my daughter's nose. It's exactly like mine—a classic Grecian type, and very distinctive. Please help me.—M.K.T. Keep your classic Grecian-type nose out of this 26-year-old girl's decisions. She's old enough to know what she wants to do and you should not try to persuade her against it. The fact that YOU may think her nose is distinctive doesn't mean a thing. It's how your daughter feels about it that counts. Even that has the line, "They're YOUR kids. YOU take care of 'em. I',ve got what I want." I've met dozens ot women who have raised families alone because the male took a powder. But darned few men have been left with the brood. So please tell "Burned and Shy" that some women, including myself have been stuck with not ONE but TWO families in just this way. I've been looking for 20 years for a guy who wants to build a decent life out of the wreckage. Where is he hiding? And how about' getting us together?—GRASS WIDOW Threat of Immediate C&NW Strike Denied CHICAGO (UP.)—Railroad labor leaders said today there is no immediate threat of a strike against the Chicago North Western despite a strike vote now underway. Spokesmen for the operating rail brotherhoods said the vote is be-j ing taken "to get ttie sentiment" I of the members. The vote was occasioned by a dispute over the North Western's Lowmon Fight for Domination Bad For Parents and Children Dear G. W.: I don't know where |pi an to lease its principal subsid- he's hiding, and if I did, I couldn't iary, the Chicago, St. Paul, Min- lell you. This isn't "that" kind of a column. Thanks for writing-and keep your eyes peeled. Dear Ann: A certain woman who has teenage • children has been chasing my husband. She must have a short in the upper story. Our four children keep asking who's the lady who telephones and asks for Daddy. My husband always goes to the phone and says, "You have a wrong number." I give him just enough money | for bus-fare. His shirts never have a trace of lipstick. He brings his handkerchiefs home every night and there's nothing on them either. Do you think 1 have anything to Worry about?—M.R.S. No. But you WILL have if you don't get those bloodhounds -off neapolis & Omaha Railway, in an economy move. The dispute has been turned over to the National Mediation Board. The unions fear that seniority rights would be affected by the leading arrangement. Unions involved are the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen & Enginemen, Order of Railway Conductors and Brotherhood •of Railroad Trainmen. though th7 opera ^n may not do the ?««• Sherlock The best way to - - ' 'create a philandering problem where there is none, is by showing signs of suspicion and making •noises like a jealous wife. miracles for her profile it could give her a much needed shot in the personality. If your daughter thinks this operation will help her win by a nose you should not object. Dear Ann: I'm a writer by profession, and charge lOc a word every time I put a finger on a typewriter key. But that letter signed "Burned and Shy" burned me to the point where I'm willing to type a few lines absolutely free. If the author ot that mixed-up prose will check with the Metropolitan Council of Social Agencies, he'll discover that he's the rare exception, and not the rule. Men aro in the vast majority when it comes to walking out on a marriage. Invariably it's Ihe male voice it Suits All Occasions 4-H Club Discusses Community Judging Plans were laid for the community judging of 4-H club projects when the Sun Maidens 4-H club met recently at the Noble township school The meeting was opened by president Mary Jane Wade. Sally Myers and Marjorie Sanders led »he pledges to the American and 4-H flags. Nellie Ross offered a health and safety report, and Mary Jane Wade reported on the 4-H club round-up. Grace Jackson gave a demonstration on the creation of a cherry pie. Cheryl Reid led group sing- Ing. Club members were asked to have their projects at the Noble township .school by 1 o'clock on July 8, so that judging may begin promptly. WITH TMf NEW PATT-0-RAMA Give your wardrobe a lift with this good looking dress that takes all occasions in stride right around the calendar. Novelty buttons arc • nice trim. No. 8103 with PATT-O-IUMA included is in sizes 10, 12, 14, l(i, 18, 20. Size 12, 32 bust, 3% yards of 35- inch,. For this pattern, send 35c In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Suo Ilurnotl Pharos Tribune 372 W. Quincy Street. Chicago 6, 111. Include 25 cents more with your pattern order for the 'Spring & Summer '57 issue ol our pattern book Basic FASHION. It contains dozens of smart new styles for all ages; gift pattern printed Inside the book. INDIANA BEACH FRIDAY, JULY 5th Plus "The Five Stars" Recorders of "Atom Bomb Baby" FIREWORKS JULY 4 Johnny Rinaldo Orchestra CONFIDENTIALLY: IN TROUBLE: There is no law that says he has to marry your daughter—regardless of the circumstances. Support the baby yes, but marriage is a matter of free choice in this country. (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. Evansville Man Dies; Weighed 500 Pounds EVANSVILLE (UP) — Robert Stofleth, 32, who ate live or six meals a day to sustain a body weighing more than 500 pounds, died Monday from diabetes and other ailments. Stofleth, a taxicab dispatcher, often tried to lose weight and once dropped below 500 pounds, but dieting affected his health and seemed to produce no favorable results, relatives said. The good-natured Stofleth was known to his friends by the nickname "Tank." Set Wheat, Fertilizer Demonstration Meeting K. E. Beeson, Purdue extension agronomist, will discuss' wheat varieties during the wheat variety and fertilizer demonstration meet- .ing on Thursday, July 11. . Gus Thias, county agent, said the meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m. on the Paul Williams and Junior Barker farm in Miami township. Wednesday Evening, July 3, 199T. Recover Body of Man Who Drowned Trying To Save Life of Girl INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — The body ot Eugene Brame, 27, Indianapolis, who drowned in a futile attempt to save a teen-age girl from flood waters of the White River last Sunday, was recovered from the river here late Tuesday. Everett Clair, 15, Indianapolis, was fishing with several companions on the west edge of the city when he spotted tlic body in the water near a dam. He and a companion waded in and pushed i£ to shore where it was later identified by Brame's father. Brame . drowned when he at- Library Receives July Film Quota Logansport Librarian Miss Mary Holmes has announced the library's receipt of the July 16 mm film package from the Indiana Library film circuit. The films are available for showings in clubs, church groups and the like. Information on the use of the films, as well as advice on films to be available at a later 'date, can be had from the librarian. This month's films include the following titles: "The. Cowboy." "Holiday Island." "Mount Vernon In Virginia," "Peiping Family," "Retire To Life." "Seaside Holiday," "They Need To Know," "A tempted to rescue Brenda Durri- chance To Play .. and "The Atom son, 17, Indianapolis, who was-Q oes To Sea" The demonstration plot is lo-jswept into the swollen waters as, -T, ,. . ' ,., , cated approximately one-mile east!she waded in the river Her body' The first lwo fllm ' s are m color< has not been recovered. of the Wabash railroad overpass. Varieties to be observed include Knox, Vermillion, Dual, Experimental 399, Seneca, and Vigo. Per- • • , f _. ... tilizer demonstrations include plots; Identity Flu VirUS with 150 pounds .of 4-16-16, '300 pounds of 4-16-16, 300 pounds of 4-16-16 plus nitrogen applied in December and 300" pounds of 4-16'16 plus nitrogen applied in April. .Harrison FB Change Continue Attempts to Meeting to Friday Struggle lor domination makes a state ot constant turmoil In the home. What a life! Far too many homes are in a state of constant'turmoil because of the struggle for domin. ation which is going on between the husband and wife. What could age one more rapidly? The hus- '"jband dominates in some homes jand the wife in others while, for.. . . , ~j ~. rj L• i '' unfl l- 0 'y. there are some happy Hand-Made tor Baby! 'domiciles where it is a 50-50 proposition. This wish to dominate has al- CROCHET PLUS EMBROIDERY ways confused me. I feel as though 11 ought to be in there fighting but I can't find anything to fight about. Guess I just don't have any rights. Anyway I would rather be happy than win. Children Afflicted This constant .struggle from the altar to the grave is actually a serious matter, not only (or Ihc | husband and wife but for the chil- 'dren In the homo. Based on statistics, young men and women who hitve grown up in happy homes are tho very best matrimonial bets, while those who have matured in an atmosphere of antagonism and strife are the worst. Naturally there arc exceptions to this. However, we cnn see how this would be true us a rule. Young folks win) ({row up in the tradition of give uncl take, of though'.fulness and adjustment to the wishes and Hospital Notes MEMORIAL Born: To Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Moss, 717% West Market street, a daughter; to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shanks, route 1, a daughter. • Admitted; Kenneth TJrnbarficr, Galvcston; Edward Dinglcdinei route 3. Dismissed: Mrs. Olive Hlpcs, Royal Center; Mr.s. Beatrice Isaacs, 4:il llcim street; Mrs. Harry Moon and son, Star City; Master Frederick ttohwcder, route 4; Mrs. Betty SaltwcII, Idaville. ST. JOSEPH'S , Admitted: Harry Hosier, route 1, Walton; Mrs. Flora demons, Star City; Mrs. Mary Lovel/md, 100 Seventeenth street; Harry Fowler, IU1B North street; Muster Pal Sa- vinl, 1125 Woodlawn avenue. Dismissed: Mrs, Inez Poe, Mon- liccllo; Mrs. Patricia Newell, route 1, Lucerne; Mrs. Dudley Walters and son, 13fl West Ottawa street. Read the Classified Ads 2568 Pretty daisy motifs In oasy-lo-di embroidery add a delicate touch li this lovely crocheted bib uni Ijontec set for baby! (A wonderfu gift for that coming baby-shower. Pattern No. 2C>(!8 contains croche and embroidery directions; mutori al requirements; stllch illustra lions, Send 25c In COINS, your name address and tho PATTERN NUM. BEft to ANNE CABOT, Pharofc Tribune, 372 W. Qulncy Street, Chi cngu 6, Illinois. It's ready! The 1957 Needlework ALBUM—fifty-six colorful page showing many pretty designs; phi directions for malting II croche items and a quilt. Only 25c a copy PLEADS GUILTY SOUTH I3I1IND (UP)—Joseph A Dorsch, 4(i, South Bend, Monday pleaded guilty in St. Joseph Su pcrior Court to a reckless hornl cido charge in connection with th traffic death of Cloy A. Anderson 53, u school teacher, lust Fab. 22 Judge E. Spencer Wflllon orderct a prc-senteiicc investigation am freucl Drosch under $5,DM bond. Something NEW at the NEW Roth Park Hotel SMORGASBORD July the 4th ... serving 11 a. m. until 11 p. m You won't be able to find a more scrumptious meal even at Grandma's this 4th than you will find at Roth Park Hole). Several meat dishes, vegetables, salads, desserts, etc., all you can eT^fc eat for only ^Ddb Immediate service, no walling . . .-come as you are . . . anytime of day and enjoy a really wonderful meal at the always-cool Roth Park Hotel. Bring Ihe kiddies too, they can fill up on delicious turkey, or ham, or ribs, or about anything for only $1.25. Remember . . . Smorgasbord, Thursday, July 4th, Roth Park Hotel, prepared to a King's taste. Dancing under the' stars to the music of Jack Sharkey and his radio and TV entertainers for the 4th . . . Delicious food, dancing, swimming, boating ... all available for a most enjoyable •4th celebration. ROTH PARK HOTEL P. S. always ... the coldest beer in Indiana Lake Freeman . . . Monticello, Indiana Bridge and Highway Contracrs to Be Let INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — The I'ncliana Slate Highway Depnn- ment today solicited bids for construction of sevcrnl bridges and highway stretches, including bridguri In .Hammond and East Chicago. One bridge is over Uie Grand Calumet Jtiver on CulumaL Ave. in Hammond, route ol! U.S. 41. Anolhcr is over the Indiana Hnr- bm Cnnnl's west fork in East Chicago, route of U.S. 12. Bids for these and several highway projects will be opened .luly 21). needs of others are, o( necessity, better adjusted than they otherwise would have been. They are freer of. complexes and destructive attitudes and prejudices toward their husbands and wives than less fortunate young people. "Fight for Rights" Many mothers make the mistake of Impressing their daughters with the idea that they must not be imposed upon, that they must "fight for their rights." They do this either by the spoken word or with their own attitude toward marriage, We handicap our children unless we teach them that in marriage each partner must make adjustments and compromises for their mutual happiness; thai: each must work for the'success of their marriage; that love is the magic touchstone. In light of this viewpoint "rights" seem to disappear. If you would like to have my leaflet "Keeping Romance Aliye," sand a stamped, self-addressed en. velope with your request for leal- Jet No. (i.'J to i/oscplilne Lawman in care of this newspaper, Tomorrow: "Some Contuse:! with Advlco for Gaining Graceful Gait." (Released by The Register and Trlbunu Syndicate, 1!I57) Nome Paul Hammaker Ward General Manager CHICAGO (UP) — Montgomery Ward & Co. today announced appointment of now general manager Paul Hummulter as hciul of Its merchandising and operating ac- llvltes. Hnmmaker also heads the newly combined mall order and retail division. At tho same time the firm announced the appointment of Robert Court Notes Mrs. Jeannee Zeider, 709 West Broadway, .asks custody of their daughter and ?3,000 alimony in a suit for divorce from Glen Zeider in the Cass circuit court, iharging cruelty. The ^couple was married May 31, 1947, and,separated June 14, this year, according lo the complaint filed through the law firm of O'Neill and O'Neill. Ben Pennington,. doing-business is Ben Pennington's garage, is the plaintiff in a suit against Honer T. Beall in circuit court to .'oreclose a mechanic's lien on a 1956 coupe and for $200 judgement. The suit was filed through the law firm of O'Neill and O'Neill. Mrs. Helen Furnish was granted a divorce from Kenneth Furnish )y Judge Clifford Wild in circuit court Tuesday on her cross complaint. She was given custody of Jicir child and $10 per week for GRINNELL, Iowa (UP)—Medical experts today continued tests in an effort to identify a flu virus which forced the cancellation of an international religious conference and left 75 teen - agers hospitalized. The flu epidemic struck last weekend during the conference of the Westminster Fellowship National Assembly, the youth arm of the Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A Some 200 youngsters were stricken. The conference closed Monday, one day early, as a result of Uie epidemic, feared by some lo be Asiatic f!u which has been reported along the coastal areas of the U.S. Except for 75 youngsters who remained hospitalized, Ihe l.uoo delegates began returning to thci-r homes Monday. Officials said those still under treatment were not in serious condition. Name Local Dealer To Head Auto Group William Hope, of Ihe Hope-Lux em Ford agency here, was elected chairman of the district. Ford dealer's council at a meeting of the group held Tuesday at Ihc Honey- the child's support. She was repre-i w * u Me ™''!nl in Wabash. sentcd by Miller, Babcock and Tol-i , H °P e W1 " represent dislricl Ford bert, and he was represented by| dealcrs ml lhc stale levc1 ' O'Neill and O'Neill. Harrison Township Farm Bureau will meet Friday at 1 p.m. instead of the original meeting dale, July 4. Mrs. Ellis Sharer will show pictures and give a talk on a European trip. There 1 will be an ice cream social. Pet and hobby club mcmber.s will meet with their leaders. Members are urged to bring pie or cake, a cup for coffee, and table Hunt Atomic-Age Thief ROME. (UP)—Police looked for Rome's first atomic-age thief today. French Atomic Energy Committee official sreporicd Ihat a metal disc containing a small amount of uranium was stolen fro mlheir si and at Italy's nuclear and electronics exhibition here. FiKlit Fire With WnlcrinrloiM TAIPEI, Formosa, (UP) Civic officials praised Taipei firemen today for quick-thinking. Hampered by a wal-c-r shortage at n warehouse fire, Ihe resouco- ful fire fighters thri-w hundreds of nearby watermelons into She flames lo bring the fire inwrcr control. The II. S. Air Force uses nearly four million gallons of fuel per day. William F, Bishop was grunted 1 . divorce from Mary Rallierlne' m ?" ! ° r w " rm!road RAILROAD DAMAGES INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—Spokes- companies ; J uivijik-u Hum JYI.«J / jxctt-uuLini; • i n* i i Bishop by Judge Wild on a cruelty ;sa '[l Monday rem , t ]lcavy rains | charirc. Custodv of the l.hrp,> nhil-i"" d fl "" cls )n '"'liunn caused more charge. Custody of the three cliil-; droii was awarded alternately to parents for six months each year, with the plaintiff to have custody first from July 1, 1957, to Ian. I, 195H. He was represented >y the law firm of 1-latina anil 'inall. Mrs, Mary Wininger was granted n divorce from Charles F. Win- nger in circuit court by Judge Wild. She was represented by Hanin ar.d Small, than $1,000,000 in damage lo Iheir catalog, ,„, ,, . t , . i i The nB w catalog given fentur he nlgnway projects include 4 u . entmcnt to bulld , n(? materln | mile.s of nn Adams County road between Ind. Jin and Snlem 2.2 .i . . . „ ' i 1.1 it; jiji/.'Jui; it^iiK) JIDI.VU tin; UIUM miles of an Adams County road - cafr .i, nk watches and d , rafn liclwccn Ind. nil an <JSalc,m,22 • mile.s of a St. Joseph County road i south of South Bend, and an lnlor-| change of U.S. .'10, U.S. 24 and I Ind. S2-I oast of Fort Wayne. properties. Tiie Pennsylvania Rail- •oacl reported $1.000,000 damage to Its property in the Hoosic'r lOGANSPORT'S COMPLET£ Now 2 Foaturoj 35cTil6 Show Sforti At Duik Ool.. Optn Hall Hour Earlln- AWNING CENTER • Canvas • Fiber Glati • Aluminum FREE ESTIMATES THE GRAY-MILL CO. 1302 E. Bdwy. Phone 2218 Open 1 p. m FUN AT NIGHT THURSDAY . FRIDAY "PU»UC PIGEON NO. 1" (color— flr»l run) »«d Sk.Non . Vivian Blutn. "The Indian Fighter" Starring SATURDAY "ODONGO" (Color) MacDttnald Cnr.y . Rhonda Fleming W. Guollch to the now position of director of public relations and sold It would begin distribution of its 1,121) - page fall and winter ADULTS 70c CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE Coma Early Let the Kiddies Enjoy the Playground Including many new lines. Amon the 11)0,000 Items listed arc ' Red Chlni TOKYO (UP)— Communist Chin Is becoming one of the mos modern nations In Uie world WED. JULY About 50 million American work- Radio Peiping bonsled lotlay. ers got paid vacations. The broadcast said construction has started on two ultra-moden One car is stolon In the United crematoriums equipped with clec Slates every two minutes. Lric cremating machines. FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY! TONIGHT-Added Fun and "Joe Butterfly" GALA HOLIDAY SHOW! Thur., Fri., Sat. OPEN 1 P. M. - 2 FEATURES -COOL - COOL SPECIAL JULY 4th PROGRAM FIREWORKS To Be Shawn At 10:15 p.m. A GUY,,. A GAL ...AND A DOG IN A STORY YOUR HEART WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER I Box office open 6:30.— Come early and be sure to get in. Academy Award Winner Beit flim story of the year. Swell family entertainment. HOLIDAY SHOW" ~* r WED., THUR., PHI., SAT. 2-FmST RUN FEATURES-2 PLUS COLORHD CARTOON FIREWORKS SPONSORED BY COPPOCK'S SHH.L SERVICE SUNDAY - "ISLAND IN THI SUN" 319 E. Market Street

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