Anderson Daily Bulletin from Anderson, Indiana on December 17, 1962 · Page 10
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Anderson Daily Bulletin from Anderson, Indiana · Page 10

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MONDAY, OICIMIII 17, 1M2 ANDIRJON DAILY IULLITIN n Bliven Claims Eggheads Actually Just ..Cacklers uit wringing their hands over * ttata of the nation's culture nd "reWn the human race." Bliven, a recent speaker at itnford University, said he holds special (rlef for American ulture but he said "many things re food about it. and lettlni £$£ soTrticuialeT'lle . ""*"' to studies carried out at Stanford LONG HANDLE WEATHER - Rickey Predovich ot Dululh, Minn., carries in a suit of winter underwear from the backyard clothes line after temperature! plunged below zero in northern Minnesota. It kept iti clothei line shop* for the five-year-old youngster, who found the garment about twice his size. (AP Wirephoto) Budget Traveler Can Live Like King On Costa do Su By RALPH VILLERS budget traveler. A double room •Y RODNEY OU1LFOIL UiHed Frees M*n«Ueiial STANFORD, Calif. (UP1) - uthor Bruce Bliven says Amerca's intellectuals coulti.br of more y; ond wh» won't have a TV set Hit go next door to look whenever a good documentary is sched uled." Bliven said such persona make el. to their country IMhey would • Ml show of deploring conform- ty. But then, he added, one will say to the other: "Why can't you ie an offbeat, bourgeois-baiting, o c I e t y-repudiating individual- si like everybody jlse?" The trouble is, Bliven said, the lay-sayers have an importance Kyond their numbers because jetter." "Our way .of life Is being chal- Jnlversity , showing that really ctinf like patsenfen on a ship top deck and sneering at the «• art* of the crew." New Republic, described the .dnd »f Intellectual he had in mind Such a man, he said is one "who wouldn't dream of listening to a ihonwraph until It wu renamed i hi-fi; who despises AM radio at a movie until the Scandlnav ducing films that are happily un ntelliglble; who repudiates hi own egghead [riends if by chance they write a book that sells wide Apes Make Monkeys Of People In Housing BIRMINGHAM, England (UPDjarchitects who studied 100 houtes may try to lunch on • child. —Britons who have virtually toed central heating, first introduced centuries ago by Julius Caesar's Invading Homans, pointed with pride recently to an SUM,000 modern building—and allotted it to apes. The latest addition to the Dud- Zoo here is .the new ape use. People should have it 'so sidents in England, the .four boasts every modern convenience. enjed in the cold war at never gifted people tend to be gregari- n the put," he wld. "We can't ous and outgoing, and willing to afford to have our intellectual! accept life on IU own terms. Bliven cited a number of trends n a bad storm, standing on the h* believes indicate t mail im< jrovement in American culture, Tor example, he noted that sci- Bliven, a former editor of The entiitj, writers, professors — in fact,.anyone who deals in Ideas — /•re now enjoying greater esteem than ever before. He also cited the stimulation of American minds by good tele vision documentaries and educa res and hot water bottles. The house was designed by ment for most apes living in less luxurious captivity. Outside the house, however, a easy ways of gratifying it," he mat and an electric fence sepa said. rale the apes from their public jut adores FM; who never looked tional programs, u well as the soaring newspaper, book and mag ana and tht French began pro- a*ine sales, and the interest shown by citizens in artistic endeavors "No other country in the world to my knowledge, has more Intel lectua! ciiriousity, or so many LAMP STUDIO truly a Wonderland of ... ' United Press International ESTORIL, Portugal (DPI) — Life on Portugal's picturesque Costa do Sol is a sun - washed, leisurely existence fit for a king, but priced for a traveler's pocketbook. It can't be called the undiscovered Costa do Sol (Sunny Coast) except as far as Americans are concerned. The ricli and exiled royalty of Europe long ago discovered the bright beige-sand beaches, the blue sky and ocean, awl the unhurried life with just enough touches of gaiety Lo prevent boredom. Estoril is the center of the Sunny Coast, but on both sides ftretch resorts and a life in the lun — and the shade of tall and graceful palms — that grasp even the casual visitor with the compelling desire to stay on. Only little more than a half- hour drive or train ride (42 cents round • trip, first class) from the air and communications hub of Lisbon, Estoril is a flower- decked, pastel town rising up from Uie calm Atlantic oiko low, rocky hills. It Is not large, and is completely divorced from bustle. Life revolves around two points — in daylight, tlw powdery sand of the beach curving invitingly between nigged rocks that dip into the sea on either side; at nigiit, the Casino Estorll with iLs luxury dining, dancing and roulette. The sun worshippers are out early, clustered about the little yellow and white beach tents and •unshades hung from poles. On the placid water just ofl the beach, water - skiers flit by, and the more placid of vacationers paddle along in pontoon boats built for two. On the terraces above the beach and at the little open-front restaurant*, the non-beachgoers sit sip drink and soak in the view that is hard to match anywhere Long "sits" at the open cafes makes the visitor akin to the native, who expects and is expected to linger long and read over maybe just a bottle of mineral water or a tiny cup of thick coffee. The big spender on vacation mightt splurge on a half- bottle of cool Portuguese wine, and not spend more than 45 cents, including tip, for an hour's lingering and looking. Only another few minutes — and few cents — away by the frequent trains U Cascais, another Costa do Sol gem with its distinct fishing village flavor. All streets lead down to the seawall and the little fishing beach, with the unique, high-pow- powcr Portuguese boats pulled up onto the sand, and larger fishing boats bobbing on the blue bay. The narrow, old world streets, lined by yellow and pink stucco-walled buildings lead the visitor to some of the best shopping bargains in Portugal, which itself is a shopper's heaven.' Handworked silver and sold filigree jewelry can be found sometimes at prices a third cheaper than in Lisbon, where a hallmarked brooch can be bought for less than $3. Cascais is a fish-lover's delight. At one native cafe, a lob ; «tcr dinner, shellfish appetizer and beer, plus tip, comes to less than $2. Pricewise, in »11 respecu), the Costa do Sol is perfect for the bath and all meals for two can be had for less than $10 daily. Even at a luxury hotel, the same can be had for between $15 and $20 dally. picnmis • CUSTOM FRAMES • SHADES LAMPS • ACCESSORIES OPEN EVERY NITE TILL I P.M. | 3627Nichol Ph. 644-6232 xxl. Unlike S5 pfr cent of human orillas, two orangulangs and four ilmpanzets who . live in this stel-pauited pels' penthouse en- y central heating. The-heating and overhead in- a-red unit keep the temperature eather for a jungle denizen. It's a safe bet that the apes' and Antwerp. 1 fM.WO), or about three times what a better English home IMS [or these days. Most of the people in Birm- njjham peer at the world outside ;hcir homes through tiny leaded panes. But (he Dudley anlhro- wlds have a view from an armor>late. glass picture window. This bit of monkey business Including a brand-new kitchen ur.i where vitamin-enriched ape foot Is prepared. If the food doesn't agree with a chimp, he can totter off to a special hospital and wel fare center where too staffer* an even K-TO degrees — nice tend to his medicinal needs. The huge picture window re places the old, degrading iron eepers get comfort from gas bars which are standard equip- WALT DISNEY CARTOON THEATRE complete View-Master projection theatre with favorite Disney characters... Donald Duck, Mickey Mouse, Pluto and all the rest... 140 pictures In full- color . .. U.L Approved electric projector, theatre, staue and screen*' s^ si $9.95 12th emd Meridian, Ph. M3-IOB3 Zoo officials, Ht aurprlslngly, But, « the other band, ehlldrea disease amenf the un-centrally- explained that Ink protection is cany (emu and an ape who can heated people of Birmingham, meant primarily for the apes. 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