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Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, December 12, 1957
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Thursday Evening, December 12, 1957. Big Problem in Russia- Women Want to Wear Slacks NEW YORK (UP)—The Russians beat us to the launching of an earth satellite but they're . bringing up the rear in another de- NeW Trial in partment: Disoatches from behind the ,,™ T , , .. Iron Curtain report w o m e n of (UP)-The Indi- East Germany and resort areas [ ana Appellate Court loday re- of southern Russia are demand-j versed, a Gibson Circuit Court de- ing the right to wear slacks. But cision and ordered a new trial in at the moment, their progress is; -, a case involving annexation of IVt negative. Well, I have news for Soviet of- _. ficialdom. It may as well give in. Clty of P rln «ton. When woman is determined to. Th o court said in miles of territl)r y into the Letters to Santa Dear Santa Claus, I am five years old. I live at Lucerene. I would like a double- barrel shotgun that shoots corks & a desk, blackboard and a corral set. Pease don't forget Jerry Allen and Tom Campbell. Your little friend, Tom Cook Dear Santa, Please bring me a doll, sled, dishes, sweeper, cradle, rocker, 'stove, sink, table and chairs, and a ur.animous lots and lots of candy and sur- cipal's business. j character, that the terms of the Fined On Spot I annexation ordinance are just, The East German girls haven't that the city will soon be ab'.e to fared so well, but some just ignore. provide municipal services to the area, that the area is needed for city development, and that the annexation would result in a compact municipal area. official opposition. One report from Moscow says that in a resort town on the Black Sea- coast, women are fined on the spot if they appear in public in slacks. ' I suggest the Russian women who want to wear trousers line 1 Former Royal Center themselves up a few pioneers i like the West's Mrs. Amelia Bloomer or Marlene Dietricfi. And, point out that pants aren't new in women's apparel. . . Joan of Arc put on boy's clothing in the 15th Century. George Sa'nd was a famous exponent of trousers in the early 19th Century. In 1849, along carne Mrs. Amelia Jenks Bloomer, who campaigned for temperance, woman suffrage, and a reform in women's dress. Her followers became known as the Bloomer Girls. Kosie The Riveter Came 1913, and a New York style authority, Ethel Traphagen, now head of the Traphagen School of Fashion, shocked Fifth Avenue with her variation of pants for s'treet wear. She donned a taffeta dress withHrouser skirt, as a protest against the then-fashiona ble> hobbles. Marlene Dietrich glamorized them in the 1930s, and it wasn't long until slacks topped by mink coat became a standard costume in Hollywood. Rosie the Riveter and World War II assured them a permanent place in the American woman's wardrobe, says one leading manufacturer, Evan-Picone. The women wore trousers to the factories, and kept right on wearing them at home after the war. Teacher Honored THE WRONG TIME CHICAGO CUP) — Kurt Richter, instrument technician at Adler Planetarium has just one regret about his retirement today, his 65th birthday. "Just when people are really getting anxious to learn about space, I'm retiring," the telescope expert said. Read the Classified Ads — t Christmas Candy give and enjoy lib.box.*1.3S 2 Ib. box 2.6O 3 Ib. box 3.85 5 Ib. box 6.35 Fresh, delicious Assorted Chocolates made of the very finest ingredients . . . creams, fruits, nuts, caramel and crisp centers to tempt anyone ... to Please every- onel Exclusively ot Timberlake's —Place your Order Now for this Wonderful Candy! Distinctly Fresher . . . Definitely Finer — Also a complete assortment of Whitman's fine Boxed Candy. Hundreds of Boxes to Choose From When You Want Fine Candy —Come To TIMBERLAKE'S GIFT SHOP '7he Store For Fine Candies" Every Box You Buy Here Is Ouaranteed Fresh BLOOMINGTON, . Ind. — Miss Fay Arganbright, in charge of placing graduates of Indiana University's School of Education as grade and high school teachers, has been elected president of the National Institutional Teacher Placement Association. A former teacher in Gosport, Royal Center and Rushville she has been a member of tih« I. U. faculty since 1942 and is past pres- Institutional Association. ider.t of the Indiana Teacher Placement Kenny a flying carpet and a rocket because he would like to take a trip to the moon. wear the slacks, man eventually j decision that the city failed to I prises as I'm a big gril now. accedes. j prove six basic points in a trial i Please bring my big brother It look some doing in this coun- j before Special Judge Addison A.' try, too, before slacks and other i Beavers of Warrick Circuit Court types of trousers became accept- j of a suit brought by 350 property ed for lounge, sports and even owners protesting the cily's plan street wear. ! to annex. West German women also are : Beavers denied the property in the act, but seem to be gain-. owners' petilion and ruled in ef- ing ground. A group of girls in a feet that Princeton could" annex public school in Oldenburg defied j the territory. But the high court the principal's ban on long pants, said the city failed to prove that but went lo courl when he sent annexation would be to the best them home. The ruling: What the interests of the city and the area girls wore was none of the prin- involved, that the area is urbun in Tears doll. Please bring my baby sisters, Anita and Kimberly, something nice. ^ We have been pretty good this year. Rex Luey Royal Center 4 Named to School Fund Commission INDIANAPOLIS (-UP) — Governor Handley late Tuesday appointed lour men to the Indiana Common School Fund Building 1 j Commission and named sever. Dear Santa, Please bring me a Tiny Tears doll, ice skates, bassinet, too, and some surprises. I help my mother. I am a good girl. I am 7 years j other members to various boards old. Debby Ann Shaver 533 Bates street 30-Foot Tree at State Capital INDIANAPOLIS UP— A 30-foot Norway spruce tree "imported" from a state forest was hoisted to the Statehouse rotunda today for Christmas decoration. appointed to the commission. Named as new members were Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Niheteea eph R. Waite, Indianapolis, re- John B. Kohlmeyer, West Lafay- Pacing Frank J. Hoke, Indianapo- is. LaRue Carter Hospital Advisory ette, replacing Clarence A. Pound, West Lafayette; Dr. Wendell W. Wright, Bloomingto- replacing Marion B. McGeliey, Bloomington; and Joseph C. Wagner, Muncie, replacing Merle T. Strom, Muncie. Other appointments: Richmond State Hospital Advisory Board-— Dr. Joseph H. Griswold, Richmond, replacing Lloyd Griffin, Bloomington; Verlin Brown and commissions. Richamond, replacing Nat Kauf- Dr. Oils Jamison of Indiana j man, Shelbyville. Slate Teachers College was re-. 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