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Twenty Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Ann Landers "Surprise" Guests Shouldn't Expect Red Carpet Treatment Dear Ann: Yesterday I was rushing to make a 12:30 luncheon meeting. Just at i reached for the door-knob I saw a taxi pull up. My husband's Aunt stepped out. • .1 had no word she was coming. She explained it was a "surprise" aiid that she'd scheduled her trip this way in order to spend a few hours with me between trains. I didn't know what to do but felt that I should go to the luncheon since I was chairman of the meeting and had prepared a long report. ; -When I returned, she was gone, but had phoned in all the details to my husband describing my rudeness. -She even mentioned the cab fare was $4.80. He was furious with me and said my behavior was unforgiveable. Was it? WvESENT HOSTESS • .Your behavior was perfectly all right. Before Auntie invested $4.80 in taxi fare she should have spent a dime with the telephone company and made certain you were going to be at home. Or better still, a 3c stamp and a few days notice would have saved some ruffled feathers and hurt feelings. People who want to blow in and holler "surprise" shouldn't be disappointed if the red rug is nowhere in sight. If they like to play games, they must be prepared to take chances. Dear Ann: I years-old who is am a girl 20- going to pieces mentally on accout of my parents. I work at a hospital and my hours are long and sometimes unpredictable. No matter wnat time I 'get home my mother and dad are up and fighting. I'm afraid to have a fellow call for me at the house because of C»c screaming and name-calling. At night when I should be sleep- Ing I'm tossing and turning. • It's impossible to get any rest with all the shrieking . and incessant siamming of doors. My parents^have been married 2S years and have been separated five times. They get on each other's nerves and nothing is ever settled. The battles are endless. For a Look of Luxury! What can I do? I'm a wreck.— H. E. Tell your parents that unless they sign a peaceful co-existence pact you are moving out of the house. Living in the direct line of fire and trying to sleep, in a battle zone would make anyone nervous. If they don't agree to call off the fights, by all means find yourself a room or move into the YWCA. * * * Dear Ann: My husband got into a little trouble and is now paying liis debt to society. He asked that I take our small child and go live on the farm with my folks. I agreed. the problem .is this. I haven't had any income for over a year and my folks can't afford this extra expense. Both Won and Dad are in their 60's and it just isn't fair to tbem. My mother is talking about going out and getting a job. At present I do the housework, wash- President to Get 40-Pound Turkey From Illinois Man SPRINGFIELD, 111. (UP)—President Eisenhower's Thanksgiving turkey will be a 40-pound gobbler Josephine Lowrnan Needless Loss of Energy Can Rob You of Happiness raised in Illinois and it will be presented to him Thursday in ceremonies at the White House. The turkey, raised on the Cimco Turkey Farm, will be presented by Trevor L. Jones, Springfield, assistant treasurer of the Central & Illinois Midland Railroad who is in charge of the road's .Cimco farm and who is president of the National Turkey Federation. With Jones at the presentation will be Mrs.' Jones, and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bonnett, Havana-,; operators of a large turkey farm. The turkey will be in a crate labeled "To Dwight D. Eisenhower from the Land of Lincoln." Four 24-pound turkeys, all p'rod- i- •-. ., . ., ucts of the Bonnett farm, also will ing and u-omng so Mother is able ]be ntedj One o£ these also to take it a bit easier. But what wil] go {o ^ President> The other three will go to Vice 'President Richard M. Nixon, Agriculture Secretary Ezra T. Benson, and Herman Miller, chief of poultry marketing in the Agricul- we need is income. I think I should be the one to work not my mother. Dad is on rny side, but rr.y husband is dead-set against it. He says my place is at home with cur child. Please advise me.— MIXED-UP WIFE Your husband has no right to insist that you stay at home and live off your folks while he "pays his debt to society". Since money is the problem, YOU should go to work not your mother. It's enough that she takes care of the child and has opened her heart and home to you. Under ordinary circumstances a husband has the privilege of telling his wife where "her place is" : —but these circumstances are notj ordinary. Apparently he didn't Know where HIS place was, so go ahead and do what YOU feel is right. ture 'Department. Have a One-Piece Look (Ann Landers will be. glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her in care oE this newspaper and enclose a stamped sell-addresed envelope.) Copyright 1957, Field Enterprises, lac. -TO KNIT OR CROCHET 5633 Whisper-soft angora is crocheted (or knitted) into a gay tarn •with matching cape stole for the young, modern miss! Make it in white, or the young lady's favorite color, angora or fingering yarn. •Pattern No. 5633 contains both crochet and knit directions for making tarn and cape stole; material requirements'; stitch illustrations. Send 25c in COINS, .your name, address and the PATTERN NUMBER to ANNE CABOT (Pharos- Tribune) 372 W. Quincy Street; Chicago 6, Illinois. Have you a copy of our 1957 Needlework ALBUM? It contains 1 fifty-six colorful pages showing many pretty designs; plus directions for making 3 crochet items .and a quilt. Only 25c a copy! Handley, Schenck Say U. S. Controls Won't Aid Farmers INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—The governor of Indiana and the long-time president of the state's biggest farm organization told Hoosiers today that government controls will not solve the farm problem. Governor Handley warned In a welcoming address at the-39th annual convention of the Indiana Farm Bureau that taking "radical quack medicine" like the Brannan plan and accepting "all-out government controls" were not the answer to the problem of "inadequate farm income." Hassil E. Schenck, retiring next month after 23 years as IFB president, said in his farewell, annual address that the problem "will never be satisfactorily settled 8106 9.1 a WITH THE NW PATT-O.RAMA This youthful two piecer, gives the effect of a smart one-piece dress. And just 'right for the junior seamstress—it's sew-simple!. No 8106 with PATT-O-RAMA is in sizes 9, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 18. Size 11, 31(4 bust, short sleeve blouse, 1% yards of 35-inch; % yard contrast; skirt, 3 1/8 yards. Boredom can exhaust you, and lack of physical exercise can lead to chronic fatigue. Many small deficiencies in our habitual daily routine add up to a huge loss In energy and can make us feel tired most of the time. They make our tasks difficult to perform, cause us lo procrastinate and can sink us into ruts because we fail to add new interests to our lives. Are you careless about nutrition? A skimpy breakfast may lead to fatigue by midmorning. We need three regular meals a day. So, skipping meals is a bad habit! What You Eat Then, of course, WHAT you eat is most important. Your store of us to drop a certain number of duties and leave lihem for the next •day whenever we find ourselves huffing and puffing. The chances •are that these can wait without any truly dire results. This is a trick which is prescribed when one has a long piece of work to complete such as a 'book or a thesis. Attack it piece by piece. Do not look past what .you can do today or this week or-this month. Women in the home can profit by this technique. Worry is'a big energy stealer. Do what you can about your problems. Finds It's Not Rare Picture Of Lincoln CHICAGO (UP) — An Abraham Lincoln scholar took a second look and admitted a "rare find" portrait of Lincoln wasn't really an honest picture of the Civil War President after all. The recent discovery of the photograph touched off a long distance feud between Ralph New man, operator of the Lincoln book' store in Chicago, and Lincoln authority Stefan Lorant of New York. •Newman contended the Lincoln picture, which turned up in a book called "Indian Territory" by Robert Cunningham of Oklahoma, was a "rare find" and worth a lot of money. He said it brought the number of known pictures of Lincoln to 1B3. But Lorant immediately branded the photograph a fake. Lorant said the portrait was a doctored version of a famous picture taken by Civil War photographer Mathew Brady in 1864. The dispute had barely warmed up when Newman took another look Tuesday and conceded he was wrong. Newman said the picture had been doctored by Elijah C. Middle ton of Cleveland, Ohio, who in the 1860s developed a process for making photographs look like rare old oil paintings. Middleton used the process on the Brady photograph, Newman said, and what's more, Lincoln liked the result. The doctored picture, called a "chromolithograph," apparently was used in Cunningham's book. Newman said he had located a letter which Lincoln wrote Middleton on Dec, l!0, President said 1864., in which the that "from a !ine energy is impaired if your body lacks some of the elements essential to its well being. If you are to safeguard your energy, you must see to it that you eat a'well- balanced diet. Lack of sleep takes the pep out of living. If you habitually shortchange yourself, .this factor alone may be responsible for your weariness. A change in your ways can make you feel like a new person. Trying to do too much in one al help but do not dwell on Mulling over your troubles day after day, always conscious of them, will no't only tire you, it may kill you! Overweight Overweight can cause fatigue'. Those extra pounds give your body much extra work besides the actual job of carrying them about. Boredom exhausts one. Lack of physical exercise can lead to -chronic fatigue. across immediately above the eyebrows downward it (the picture) appears to be perfect. "Above such a 1 line I think it is not so good, that is, while it gives a better forehead it is not quite true to the •original," Lincoln concluded. ' 'At Stillwaler, Okla., Cunningham, the owner of the picture (said he found the squabble over the picture "amusing and delightful." Thursday Evening, November M, 19JT. Youthful Elegance BY TRACY ADRIAN TpHIS charming black net dance dress could go any*- where and cause a stir of admiration. For a really dramatic entrance, it is doubly effective with iU hood and cape. The frock has a wide graceful skirt and a taffeta fitted bodice with a deep V neckline and shoestring straps. Both the neck and hem are edged with black lace. Three red roses decorate the front of the bodice. With it comes a net hood edged with a wide band of dark mink. A short cape of net trimmed with black lace is attached to the hood. PROJECT JN BELGIAN CONGO BRUSSELS, Belgium (UP)—Belgium plans to build what it claims will be the world's largest hydroelectric project in the Belgian Congo, the government announced to] day. The announcement said the estimated cost of the project will be more than 3 billion dollars. day so that you feel pushed and j Change just a few faults in your through • government production controls and government fixed prices." (COINS, your name, address, size Handley said the answer is "de- j desired, and the PATTERN NUM- For this pattern, send 35c'. in hurried all day long is another formidable reason for chronic fatigue. .It is not so much the amount of work you do or the Lumber of things you accomplish as it is the emotional factors involved. Duties Can Walt For this reason psychologists tell veloping our family farms into full- fledged industrial operations." Schenck said the same thing in a different way, advising that "first emphasis" in reaching an answer should be on "lowering the cost .of production." THIS MIGHT HELP LOS ANGELES (UP)—Rabbi William Kramer, associate pastor of Temple Israel of Hollywood, made a plea for- heavenly help against terrestrial taxes at. Tuesday's city council invocation. Rabbi Kramer concluded his solemn entreaty for divine guidance by saying, "save us from, double taxation by the county." BER to Sue Burnett, Pharos-Tribune! 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6. 111. The Fall & Winter '57 edition of our pattern book Basic FASHION is filled with, smart, new styles for all sizes; special features. It's colorful, 'stimulating and so use< ful. 25 cents. -KILLED BY CAR SOUTH BEND (UP) — Henry Edwin Luers, 73, Denver, Colo., was killed Monday night when hit by a car driven by Robert M. Rodriguez, 24, South Bend. Luers, who came here a week ago for the wedding of his grandson, was struck as he took his nightly walk. He died in a hospital several hours !s ROXY Now 2 Features 35e Til 6 BOB HOPE in "BEAU JAMES" Fun At Night Open 1 p. m. GARY COOPER IAUREN BACALL in "BRIGHT LEAF" physical or mental or emotional ha'bits iand 'you will discover a big boom in your store of energy. If you would like to have my leaflet "Pep" send a stamped, self-addressed envelope with your request for leaflet No. 56 to Jose- phine Lowman in care of this newspaper. 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