The Terre Haute Star from Terre Haute, Indiana on March 30, 1966 · Page 7
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THE TERRE HAUTE STAR. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30, 1966. 7 to the ladies . Enjoy the full panorama of spring indoors, in your home or apartment, from arrangements of cut branches of forsythia, cherry blossoms, quince, spirea and dogwood. Over a period of several weeks these cut branches will come into full bloom, then shed their flowers and develop shiny new green leaves, completing the panorama of spring. The branches will last longer if they are cut, or purchased from florists, when the first flower bud begins to open and if their stems and the container in which they are to be placed are kept clean, says the Society of American Florists. The woody stem ends should be split or crushed to permit their absorption of water. Both the stems and the container in which they are to be arranged should be cleaned with soap and hot water. Warm water should be poured into the container and all foliage removed be- < low the water level. ! To stop bacteria from grow- i ing. causing objectionable I odors and drastically reducing the life of cut branches, repeat the hot water and soap treatment of both the stems and the container about every third day, with a change of water. * * * It's going to be the youngest Easter ever. The fashion people are unanimous in their accent on youth. Words like "Mary Jane," "little girl" and "peekaboo" describe the Easter costume from boots and slippers to dresses and blouses. The hemline's escalation has given rise to the "leggy look." The artful cutouts in dresses are "see throughs." Some call them "you throughs." It all adds up today's young outlook. It doesn't matter how old you are, if you think young and have a figure to match, these spring fashions are for you. Be sure you're ready for them. Your new dress may look like the one on the magazine cover. But are you as carefully groomed as the model on the cover? Is your dress lint- free and freshly pressed? Dr. Joyce Brothers Worried Mother Feels Baby Cries Too Much Dear Dr. Brothers—What is it that makes one child a good baby and another one cranky or the high order of the crime Let's discuss the guilt of the "criminals" involved. Yours complaining? Since I brought jfirst. The marriage contract my son home from the hospital j spells out very little of what the three weeks ago, I have found j signatories should or should nol myself envying my neighbor's child who sleeps long hours without interruption, and seems far expect. I'm afraid you tacitly agreed to tolerate little things like a night face with cold less disturbed by hunger, wet- cream, a bathroom occasional- ness, or loud noises than ours, ly decorated with newly washed Does this mean that we have j lingerie and bobby pins, a particularly nervous or high-j YOU seem to like your wife's strung child? Can we do any-:silky blonde hair well enough. You may just have to put up with the method she uses to thing to help him? F. Y. NOTHING TO WORRY ABOUT Dear Mrs. Y.—The best thing keep it silky. Everytime you see a bobby pin, whisper to your- you can do with your baby is toj se if ; "Evil, but necessary, relax and enjoy him. It's really |This self-therapy should help to too bad that cry-babies give! sustain you through the more their parents such a hard time difficult moments, to begin with-but's nice for I j wou i d say that your wife has parents to know that they can! ct ^ periodically look fonvard to having a child j pack her hair with pins but who will give them fewer wor-i doesn , t enjoy the right to leave nes in later life. . i them in your favorite easy chair An infant s crying has been: or on side of the bed traditionally regarded as noth- It snouldn . t be too difficult to ing more than the helpless ex- read] a workab]e settlement. If pression of primitive discom-| If you yie]d a M on your ab . fort: a need for food, a diaper ! sol ;, tely . no . pins stance and your change, or the security of a cuddle. Mothers of cry babies simply resigned themselves to the fact that their little ones had less tolerance for discomfort. Research on readiness to cry by Dr. Samuel Karelitz, a pedia- wife agrees not to use them to decorate your home, the two of you might succeed in adding another four weeks, two days and eleven hours to your marriage. No one is completely honest at all times, but are you honest trician at Long IslandJewish ; with voursel ' f? For a sc if- re veal- Hospital, shows that a baby's crying my serve as a direct index of his intelligence. By snapping a rubber band on the bottom of a baby's foot, Dr. Karelitz found that he could stimulate a crying response in any infant, but while the normal baby will respond the first time time with a full minute of wailing protest, a brain-damaged child will require three or more attempts before crying out. Charts of the crying patterns of two-day-old babies show that their cries were different in volume and rhythmic pattern from those of children with mental defects. Normal babies also cried much more easily than mentally «Iow ones. GETS THE MESSAGE Having made thousands of recordings of babies' crying, during the course of his study, Dr. Karelitz claims to distinguish easily between cries for hunger, for tiredness, or -discomfort, and for delight. Not only do cries differ in the moods they communicate but, according to Dr. Karelitz, they represent various stages of vocal-verbal development. "The brighter infant was found to pass through the stages of crying, gibberish and speech more quickly than one that ultimately measures a lower IQ," he reported. It is hoped that ultimately these investigations will help in the screening of babies for adoption. Meanwhile, the group is considering the use of their recordings to teach parents what noises a normal infant should make. Such a recording may do more good than a symphony to mend frayed nerves for the parents of cry babies. So, mother, if your baby cries easily, it may just be a sign of his superior intelligence. BOTHERED BY BOBBY PINS Dear Dr. Brothers—I have been happily married for four weeks, two days and eleven hours. Things have been going along smoothly except for one minor detail: bobby pins. They^re every where, Im3iet>ath- ing send a self . addressedi stamped envelope and 10 cents in coin to Dr. Joyce Brothers, in care of this newspaper, and ask for her leaflet, "Are You Honest With Yourself?" f© BcII-McCJure Syndicate Feature) Look — 2 Jackets! PRINTED PATTERN By ANNE ADAMS SEW OR CROCHET or make both jackets— TWO clever ways are included to top off the cheery casual. Printed Pattern Sizes 12%, 14V2 4600: Half 18'/i>, 20%, !i 24'/2- Size 16'.-i dress 3 7 /s yds. 35-in. Crochet directions room, bedroom, living room and j ncl ' uded worst of all in my wife's silky, FIFTY CENTS in coins for blonde hair. It would seem a each pattern _ add 15 cen ts for crime of the highest order to allow something so trivial as this to wreck a home. H. G. WHO£ REALLY GUILTY? Dear H. G. —I quite agree on INTERSTATE Furniture Corporation "DISPLAY SHOWROOM" 500 North 14th St. ioKn bj Appointment Only" each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Send to Anne Adams, care of The! Terre Haute Star, 409, Pattern! Dept., 243 West 17th St., New York, N. Y. 10011. Print NAME, ADDRESS with ZIP, SIZE and 1 STYLE NUMBER. COME ALIVE FOR SPRING! Send for our new Spring-Summer PaKern Catalog. 125 top shapes for sun, fun, dancing, dining, everyday! One free pattern — clip coupon in Catalog. Send 50c. l| Take time for a careful inspection in the full length mirror. Stretch. Does the slip show? How about stray hair combings? If stockings are sheer are legs stubble free? Blend makeup at the throat, being careful not to soil the collar. Remove the excess in this, area with a cotton ball, dampened in good quality witch hazel. Blend makeup into the hair line at tie temples with the same cotton ball. This avoids "high water" marks. The woman who knows she is impeccably groomed wears her clothes with confidence and a certain flair. She is the type you find leading the Easter parade. * * * One thing about the new fashion in trousers — whether for sports, patio or dinner, there's little of this business of having to take off your shoes to get inside them! According to Kittie Campbell, director of the New York Couture Business Council, Inc., the bells are ringing — for every gal — and that means bell-bottomed trousers are ringing up cash registers from coast to coast. Wide- swingy culottes for dinner look great, especially in delightful combinations of print and splashy colors as in one collection. Another house has some wonderful sailing pants with bell-bottoms — real sailor style. When worn with pea jacket tops, you don't even need paper? to be first mate! * * * Women's legs will be the featured feminine attraction this season, when thiih-hi?h skirts may be sky-high fashion, according to the nation's leading dress designers. With women's hosiery having to be more attractive than ever, manufacturers are anticipating demand for alluring stockings with new styles, various color hues and technical improvements. Women whose legs tire easily, or whose professional occupations require extensive walking or hours of standing, are not being forgotten by those who cater to the fashion-minded. One company has introduced a new sheer high- fashion support hose for those who want luxury style and comfort while preventing leg fatigue. This hosiery is ingeniously designed and made to give medically-correct support, yet is elegantly filmy and flattering. It comes in fashionable shades, too. Secret of the new support stockings is a patented interlocking weave of 20 denier nylon with nylon-covered spandex. Cities spend 25 to 50 per cent of their street maintenance budgets to remove snow and ice from their streets. HERRINGTONWILL HEAD GROUP FOR DEVELOPMENT Members of the industrial liason committee of the Midwest Development Foundation selected Richard Harrington, president of Local Readers Service, as chairman at a recent meeting. Harrington explained the duties and purposes of the committee to its members. Members present were John House Jr., Ruel Burns Jr., Vernon Hux and Warren Bogue. Also present at the meeting were Dr. Harold Hughes, research director, and Joe Solomon, president of the foundation. Purpose of the committee is to inform midwest industry of the foundation and encourage them to use research facilities and technological services available to them. The technical programs will be developed through the laboratories and scientific facilities available at Rose Polytechnic Institute, Indiana State University and area industries. JVCSC to Observe Teaching Careers Vigo County School Corporation will observe Teaching Career Month during April, it was announced Tuesday by Max Gabbert, superintendent of schools. Theme for the month, sponsored by the National Education Association to focus attention on the need for getting and keeping good teachers on all levels of education, is "Teachers: Partners in Progress." Two areas are to be emphasized, he said, partnership with other members of the profession and partnership with students, parents and the rest of the community. The horse was man's fastest means of transportation until the invention of the locomotive. When Napoleon was in a hurry to get to a battlefield, the fastest mode of travel was still on horseback. Tax Offices Open INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Commissioner William L. Fortune says the Indiana Revenue Department's 17 field offices will be open on Saturday this week and until 8 p.m. April 11 through April 15 to assist taxpayers. The offices will be closed April 8-9 for observance of Easter. Flees Work Detail PENDLETON, Ind. (AP) — Alfred Weslowski, 29, South Bend, sentenced from St. Joseph County in 1932 to 1-10 years for entering to commit a felony, es- caped Monday night from a work detail at a power station outside the State Reformatory. WORMS A FAMILY AFFAIR Fidgeting, nose-picking, a tormenting rectal itch are often telltale signs of Pin-Worms or Round Worms ... ugly parasites that medical experts say infest 1 out of every 3 persons examined. Entire families may be victims and not know it. To get rid of Worms, they must b« killed in the large intestine where they live and multiply. That's exactly what Jayne's tablets do... and here's how they do it: First—a scientific coating carries the tablets into the bowels before they dissolve. Then—Jayne's modern, medically-approved ingredients go right to work—kill Worms quickly and easily. Don't take chances with this dangerous, highly contagious condition. At the first sign of Worms get genuine Jayne's Vermifuge—P-W for Pin-Worms—R-W for Round Worms ... small, easy-to-take tablets. Special sizes for children and adults. Remember, Jayne's P-W tablets for Pin-Worms—Jayne's R-W tablets for round worms. —Advertisement. WOOLWORTH'S Styles that are pretty as can be! SPRING USULS pair All leather uppers. Flexible insole, outersole.5-10. A. Buckle strap. Blade, mocha tan,'greeny white. B. Open back pump. Setback heel. Black, bone, white. C. Perforated pump. Stack heel.Black, mocha, white. D. Bowed pump. Setback heel. Black, bone, white. Downtown (647 Wabash) Meadows and Southland Shopping Centers Open Sundays 1 P.M. to 6 P.M. YOUR MONEY'S WORTH MORE AT WOOLWORTH'S WOOLWORTH'S Petite but room a PRETTY eLUTGH LOU Trend-setting bags leather-like vinyl. Fold- over types and basic styles in a dozen smart designs, some convertible handles. Black, fashion shades. A bevy •/ dressy and casual V1HYI HANDBMS FofihionablM-bold SHOU1DER BAGS Bag shown has double flaps and inside compartments. Many more smart styles of Dearsken® expanded vinyl. Many colon. We've tn exdUng array of fcanctbags to complement every Spring outfit. Choose from casual vagabonds, shoulder straps,-large framed pouches, sporty framed bags, special dress styles. All of durable, leather-like^ vinyl. Choice of many light and dark shades. Downtown (647 Wabash) Meadows and Southland Shopping Centers Open Sundays 1 P.M. to 6 P.M. YOUR MONEY'S WORTH MOU AT WOOLWORTH'S

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