Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 21, 1957 · Page 20
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 20

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, November 21, 1957
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Twenty Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Ann Landers Request Needling "Friend" To Mind Her Own Business : Dear Ann: My husband is a house-painter and enjoys his work. It provides us with a good living • and I've never seen anything wrong • with his job. We've been married IB years and have three children. There's been no hint of trouble between us because of "other women" in all these yeiirs. My husband is a good- lookirg six-footer with a pleasant personality but it never occurred to me to be suspicious of him. Last night a good friend asked . if I ever worried about my husband spending eight hours a day in • other women's homes? She sug- • gested it would be awfully easy for a man to stray a little under such tempting circumstances, since most husbands aren't at home during the day. Frankly, this never entered my head until'she brought it up. But she does have a point, 'doesn't she? Any advice?—WONDERING She has a point all right and a mighty sharp one, at the end of the needle she's been giving you. _ Tell her to mind her own business and not to bore you with two- bit novel plots. This "friend" is trying to sew seeds of suspicion. If your painter-husband was painting the town on the side, you'd have some small clue after 16 years. . * * * Dear Ann: Maybe you can help me. I've tried everything under the sun but nothing has worked. I'm 30 pounds overweight and every diet has fizzled. I'm O.K. for a while then I get so starved I eat everything in the house. I've gone to my doctor and he suggested perhaps it wasn't WHAT I ate, but the amount, so I decided to eat just one thing a day and drink plenty of milk in between. In the ten days I've done this, I have gained three pounds. Please help me.—JUST FAT The "one thing a day" diet is nonsense. If that "one thing" is a tub of macaroni you could continue to gain weight indefinitely. If eating is an outlet for life's frustrations it may take professional help to get you to the point where you can follow a diet. Then, stick to a set routine prescribed by a doctor so you won't damage your health with foolish fads. * * * Dear Ann: I married a nice guy after going with him for three years. He had an unsuccessful marriage that lasted four years and I had a similar failure. I am not the nosy type and never asked too many questions about his first wife. Th<» only clue I got was that his wife couldn't stand his family and the feeling was mutual. After .seven months of married life I'm beginning to get an idea what Wife Number One had to put up with. We moved into a five- family flat Which my mother-in- law owns. Her two maiden sister.! occupy one flat, my husband's brother and his wife live in another, hi.i sister and her family occupy ar.other and my husband and I moved in with the understanding that it was "temporary". Every time I suggest looking for a pla'ce of our own my husband takes out a pencil and paper and shows me in blaek and white how much money we are saving by living here. He also says if we ir;ove out he loses inheritance rights to this property as well as other real-estate that his mother h.as promised him if he "remains faithful". He begs me to be patient and says in the long run it will pay off. His mother's estate is worth about S:!00,000. What do you say?—IN- BETWEEN Djd you marry the 'guy for his mother's estate? You know the! answer; I don't. Your choice is an easy one. Weigh the $200,000 against peace of mind, independence and a successful marriage. ! It's as simple as that. * « * CONFIDENTIALLY: A M B I - 1TOUS FOR HIM: It seems to me the best way a woman can help her husband is by providing him with inspiration. The most damaging thing a wife can do is interfere in his business and appear to be "the, boss". Next in line is the wife who drinks too much and talks out of turn. Take'inventory. Princess Duplicates (Ann Landers will be glad 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. Smith to Preside At District Meet Cass Commissioner Colbert Smith of Young America, president of the County Commissioners association for the northwest Indiana district, will preside at the quarterly meeting of the organization to be held at 6:30 p.m. Tues-i day, Nov. 26, at the Hadeton! country club east of RenssMaer. The county treasurers, auditors, and highway superintendents of the. counties in the district also have; been invited to attend. | ENGINEER CHARGED ARLES, France (UP)—The engineer of the Paris-Mime? express train which jumped the -.racks Sept. 7, killing 26 persons and injuring 70 others, has been charged with homicide by imprudence, it was disclosed today. Following a two-month investigation, a tribunal charged engineer Elie C'agnes Wednesday with exceeding posted speed limits when the accident occurred near the Noziers - Brignon station. 8142 3-8 yri. So becoming to young figures- collared princess dresses that look alike. No. 8141 with PATT-0-RAMA is in sizes 10, 12, 14, 1G, 18, 20. Size 12, 32 bust, 6'/2 yards of 30-inch; Vs yard contrast. No. 8142 with PATT-0-RAMA is in sizes 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 years. Size 4, 2>/2 yards of 39-inch; >4 yard contrast. Two patterns. For this pattern, send 35c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER 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 useful. 25 cents. Josephine Lowman Facts Show Women Are Fatter Than Men Thursday Evening, November 21, 1957. George McLeland Estate Is $11,000 The eslate of the late George McLeland, who died Nov. 14, was estimated at $10,000 in real estate and $1,1*00 in personal property when it -,vas opened in the Cass circuit court. The widow, Beulah, who was listed as , the only heir, was appointed administratrix. The estate is represented by the law firm of Landis and Michael. Hospital Notes MEMORIAL Born: To Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hill. Peru, a son; to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nead, 911VJ West Melbourne avenue, a son. Admitted: Albert Kelley. 522 Twer.ty-second street; Mrs. Joseph Summers, route 5. Dismissed: Fred Brower, 125 East Market street; George Langley, Freeport, 111.; Mrs. Alpha Raiser, 25 West Columbia; Michael Stewart, 1730 North street. Here Is an exercise {or pads of fat on the hips. Lucky men! Doctor Stanley M. Garn, anthropologist o( the Fels Research Institute, Anitoch College, Yellow Springs, Ohio, reports that women carry more of their fat outside of their frames than men do. .Why couldn't it be the other way around? Studies have shown that the fat rolls are larger on women than on men even though the weight of body fat in proportion to total body weight is much the same. It always seemed to me sort of mean of Nature in not allowing us to hide a few extra pounds under our insteps or under our busts; or if they must show., why can't we carry them on oui: collar bones? But no! There they are for all to see, bunched together, like the members of a convention, on our waists and abdomens and hips. Anyway that is how it is and we might as well faceup to it. Extra pounds always appear where we least want them. Differs in Women This differs in women in that some are more prone to the spare tire, some to the protruding abdomen and some to the large hipline. A letter before me says, "Is there anything women can do to correct a square figure? Clothes look awful on a figure like this." I am sure I know what this reader means. She is speaking of the pads of fat on the hips in the back, just, under the waistline. These do give a square appear. ST. JOSEPH'S Born: To Mr. and Mrs. John McGrew 1830 East Market street; a daughter; to Mr. and Mrs. Carlj Rombold, 1131 East Market street, . a son. Admitted: Mrs. Ethel Wolf, 1829 Erie avenue; Mrs. Nola Long, 208'/2 East Miami, route 2; James Shirley Harness, route 2; James Nickels, route 5. ance. The following exercises willj Dismissed: Morton Graves, 215 help. If this is a question of weight distribution, only, you will not need to diet. If you are overweight generally, count'your calories as well as exercise. Exercise Lie on the floor on your back with your legs straight and your arms resting on the floor, extending out from the armpits. Bend both knees up close to'the abdomen. Keep the knees bent as you Seybold street; Glen Huffman, 2710 Emmett drive; Mrs. Lillie Auker, 4235 Pottawaltomie Point; Mrs. Jane Camblin, route 5; Mrs. Carl Baker and son, 424 Bates street; Mrs. John Bauer and son, 1004 North street; Mrs. Ralph McWherter and. son, Winamac. Press Probe Of Bachelor In Wisconsin WAUTOMA, Wis. fUPi—Embit- tered area residents today demanded that authorities press r.heir investigation of a killer of two women to determine if he is A mass killer or a grave robber. Bachelor farmer Ed Gein. 51, who decorated his Plainficld, Wis., home with 10 skulls, confessed the slayings of two middle-aged worn- im Wednesday. Residents feared Waushara County authorities would hustle Geir. off to a mental'institution before they could learn where he had accumulated !he other skulls. Gein, who has been held in lieu of $10,000 bond on a technical charge of larceny, was expected to be charged today with the murder of Mrs. Bernice Wordcn, 5S, a Plainfield storekeeper whose butchered body was found in his woodshed Sunday. Admitted Oilier Slaying Gein. who was questioned for more than 10 hours Wednesday at state crime laboratory headquarters in Madison, Wis., also admitted the slaying of Mary Hogan. 54, a Pine Grove, Wis., tavern operator who vanished about three years ago. Director Charles Wilson of the crime iab refused to reveal details of the slayings. Gein's confession to the second slaying raised fears that he may have been the mass murderer. However, Gein claimed he killed only the two women and got the other skulls • from robbing fresh graves on moonlit nights. lilp-slimming routines, send a stamped, self-addressed envelope with your request for leaflet No. roll from side to side, touching 3 to Josephine Lowman in care of the thighs to the floor at the end!(his newspaper, of each roll. Your palms should face the floor. In fact, you cling to the floor with your finger tips. If you would like to have my Tomorrow "Can't be Physically Fit Without Consistent Effort." (Released by The Register and Tribune Syndicate, 1957) ENTERS HOSPITAL John D. Hardin, Sr., 209 Thirteenth street, has entered the St. Vincent hospital, Indianapolis, for treatment and surgery. His room number is 435. 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