Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on July 19, 1963 · Page 2
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2 - Friday. July 19, 1963 Redlands Daily Facts Housewives List 'Why Don'f Theys" For Consideration Of Manufacturers By GAY PAULEY UPl Women's Editor NEW YORK (UPI) —The nation's housewives never run low on ideas for improving the manufacturers' products. The latest list of "why don't they?" from a consumer consultant panel arrived on this desk today. The women offered suggestions ranging from a plea for soup without onions to man-sized paper handkerchiefs packaged in masculine looking containers. National Family Opinion, Toledo, Ohio, compiled these "why don't they?" from letters written by the women consultants. The firm says it has 85,000 home makers enrolled as part time ad visers. One woman wondered why there weren't more of the popular soups made without onions for those who cannot eat the "tasty"" little fellows. The one who wanted the man sized paper hankies indicated the packaging of most of those now available are in feminine looking bo.ves. Other "why don't they?" re quests: —Make a spray can dispenser for grease and oil to be used for baking purposes. Cloth Bass —Put flour in cloth bags as they used to. The cloth was useful in numerous ways when the flour was gone. —Make elastic that wjU last as long as the garments that it is sewn into. —Package lard and other short enings in pre-measured units, as they do for butter and margarine. Use tubes to pack butter or margarine for picnic and travel use to simplify sandwich.making. —Package individual servings of instant tea or coffee. The writer suggested such packages would be easy to carry to work and with a little saccharine also en- BEST SELLERS CoropUed By PublUher*. Weekly Fiction THE GLASS-BLOWERS - Daphne du Maurier RAISE HIGH THE ROOF BEAM, C.'UIPENTERS, AND SEYMOUR — J. D. Salinger GRANDMOTHER AND THE PRIESTS — Taylor Caldwell THE SAND PEBBLES - Richard- .AIcKcnna SEVEN DAYS IN MAY-Fletcher Knebel and Charles W. Bailey II THE SHOES OF THE FISHERMAN - Morris West THE BEDFORD INCIDENT Mark Rascovich THE JIOONFLOWER VINE Jetta Carleton THE MOON-SPINNERS - Mary Stewart THE TIN DRUM — Gunter Grass ELIZABETH APPLETON --John O'Hara Nonfiction THE AVHOLE TRUTH, ANT) NOTHING BUT - Hedda Hopper and James Brough TRAVELS WITH CHARLEY John Steinbeck THE GREAT HUNGER: Ireland, 1845-1849 — Cecil Woodham Smith HAPPINESS IS A WARM PUPPY — Charles M. Schulz THE ORDEAL OF POWER Emmet John Hughes THE DAY THEY SHOOK THE PLUM TREE - Arthur H. Lewis FINAL TORDICT-Adela Rogers St. JcAns •raE FIRE NEXT TIME-James Baldwin 0 YE JIGS & JULEPS! - Virginia Gary Hudson TERRIBLE SWIFT SWORD: The Centennial History of the Civil War — Bruce Catton 1 OWE RUSSIA $1200 - Bob Hope closed in the container, a boon to dieters. —Make wmdshield wipers of black metal only. At certain angles of the sun and car, sun reflection on chromium is blinding. —Put non-metal, perhaps plas- ic, stocking fasteners on gridles because many persons are allergic to metals. —invent a better toothpaste lube. With a family of "middle squishers" something new would be welcome. —Make a clear plastic foot feed on the sewing machine so one can see when the bobbin thread is almost gone. —Fit upright freezers with rollout baskets on the shelves. If a freezer is at all full, frozen packages continually slide o u t when the freezer door is opened. —Arrange the stocks of supermarkets so that eggs, butter, frozen products and bread can be picked up last. Having these first on a shopper's rounds forces him or her to rush so that frozen foods won't thaw before being unpacked at home and constant product shifting to keep bread from being crushed under other purchases. MAKgf RENDS NU9 A date is not an invitation to empty a nian's pockets. Don't Insist upon the most expensive meal, the most expensive" restaurant. JULY M Wilson Cross Carl Mttz . Cordon O. Smith Eugene Robinson Tarry Vande Vegtt Prod Wright Ray Htamstra Rick Krantz Douglas Rica Edward Heitsch Chip Smith Jaeic Oangarmend Art Saivasen HappT BtrHiday from n 8. Stata Ph. PY S-TSOS We, the Women By RUTH MILLETT, The surest way to lose friends and alienate people is to hold forth at great length on any of the foUowmg subjects: Your health. No one wants a long, involved answer to a polite "How are you?" Your children. One short, amus ing anecdote is permissible. But stop there. Friends unknown to the group you're with. You can't e.xpect people to care about persons they've never met Your social life. It's all right for you to be impressed with the places to which you are invited, but don't expect eanybody else to be. Firm opinions on any subject you don't know much about. Ne\t time you hear someone sound off on a subject about which she knows nothing, watch the boredom on the faces of her listeners. Give your opinions on any subject if they are based on facts. Otherwise, admit you don't know enough about the subject to have a definite opinion. Any pointless story, told just to bring in the names of important people. That's about as boring as anyone can get. You run no risk of boring your audience if you talk about them rather than about yourself. And if your main desire is to entertain rather than to impress, you won't be a dull companion. ST. cciettf MSS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor "BRIGADOON" SETS - Infernafionally known artist. Vol Samuelson of Palm Springs, has completed designs for the sets for the Redlands Bowl production of "Brigadoon," the popular musical scheduled for two performances, August 16 and 17. Mr. Samuelson has also created designs for "The Mikado," the Gilbert and Sullivan favorite to be presented July 26 and 27 ot the Bowl. Both productions are under musical direction of James K. Guthrie with Joan Woodbury Wilcoxon serving as producer and stage director. Adm. Burkley takes over post in White House WASHINGTON (UPI) - Dr. Janet Travel!, a back specialist and top physician to President Kennedy since he took office, has been replaced by a veteran Navy doctor. Rear Adm. George G. Burkley. • The White House said only that, in effect, the President now has two physicians. But it was apparent that Dr. Travell, the first woman and first civilian to hold the "White House physi cian" title, is now more of a consultant than the physician primarily responsible for the President's health and general medical care. Dr. Travell is still on the gov ernment pajToU and still has a small medical office in the White House, said Press Secretary Pierre Salinger, who denied she has resigned. Burkley, 61, a Pittsburgh, Pa., native and Navy veteran of 22 years, was assigned to the \S'hite House late in the Eisenhower ad ministration. He was named assistant White House physician and director of the White House dispensary on Feb. 1, 1961. DOWNTOWN REDLANDS m (' 'Tor Ladies still had six minutes BUFFALO. N.Y. (UPI)-In the evening twilight of July 9, a policeman motioned a motorcyclist to the curb and charged him with operating his vehicle without his lights on. The cyclist, Joseph F. Cunningham, 33 of Buffalo appeared in court Thursday after having done some homework in the law and solar statistics. ' The charge was dismissed when Cunningham showed he received the ticket at 9:20 p.m., 24 minutes after the sun set, according to an almanac. The law requires that lights be turned on 30 minutes after sunset. DESTROYER LAUNCHED WASHINGTON (UPI) — The first destroyer escort equipped with missiles joins the fleet today with the launching of the USS Brooke at Seattle, Wash. Designated DEG-l, the Brooke will be armed with Tartar sur- President congratulates Mrs. Miller WASHINGTON (UPI) -President Kennedy today personally congratulated pilot Betty Verret Jfiller, the first woman to fly alone across the Pacific. The occasion was the award to Mrs. Miller, a senior flight instructor from Santa Monica, Calif, of the Federal Aviation Agency's decoration for e.xceptional service by FAA Administrator Najeeb E. Halaby. Mrs. Miller, who flew over the same area where famed aviatrix Amelia Earhart disappeared in 1937, began her history - making solo flight at Santa Monica April 30, 1963. She landed at Brisbane, Australia, 7,400 miles away, on May 12. face-to-air missiles, anti-submarine rockets and drone anti-submarine helicopters. 60 Attend AARP Picnic Sixty members and friends, including those from neighboring Chapters, jomed Redlands chapter of the American Association of Retired Persons for a picnic in Sylvan Park Wednesday evening. Visitors were from Banning, Beaumont, Hemet, Yucaipa and San Bemardmo. Games and songs provided entertainment following the picnic supper. Members of Redlands chapter are looking forward to a trip to Catalina Island July 26. Transportation chairman, Mrs. Daisy Richard, reports that the 49 seats available in the bus have been reserved. The bus will leave from the comer of Lugonia and Orange promptly at 7:30 next Friday morning. Gilt Luster Gilt picture frames will have a lovely luster if they are rubbed with a little turpentine. American Pianist Daniel Pollack At Bowl Tonight Hailed on two continents as one of today's foremost virtuosi of the piano, Daniel Polack will play his first program at Redlands Bowl this evening starting at 8:15. The Los Angdes-Bom pianist has programmed the Beethoven Sonata in E Flat Major, Pro- kofieff s Sonata No. 7, five CHiopin selections, Bach's Toccata and Fugue in D minor anf four Debussy Preludes. There is no admission charge to Redlands Bowl but a free will offering is taken at intermission to help finance the summer season. Keap Grill Clean To clean the barbecue grill, sprinkle with dry sal soda concentrated and scrub with a stiff bristled brush dipped in hot water. Rinse well and thoroughly dry. STATE ON WHEELS AUSTLV, Tex. (UPI) — Texas is a state on wheels, the Texas Parade Magazine proclaims, loofc- mg over road statistics for the big state. Of the 10 million Texans, 4.4 million are licensed drivers, operating 4.6 million automobiles, trucks and buses over 230,000 miles of roads and streets. 0—The bidding has been: &»aih West North East 14 Pass 2V Pass 4 4 Pass 4N.T. Pass 5» Pass 6N.T. Pas» Vou, South, hold: 4AKQJ87S V3 4KS5 48S What do you do? A —Pass. Yonr partner lu* taken control and you mast respect liis decision. TODAY'S amsnos Again your partner responds two hearts to your one spad» opening. This time you hold: 4AKQJ876 V3 •ASS 4** What do you bid? Answer Tomorroir DOWNTOWN REDLANDS in Whiite" Fashionable 2 pc. Styling by Barco Crisp, fresh overbiouse has roil-up sleeves and jaunty shirt look. Straight tailored skirt hos two set-in pockets. In opaque knit jersey . . . 60% D o c r o n® polyester, 40% nylon. Just one style from a collection by Barco. Visit our uniform department and see a terrific assortment of new wash 'n Wear styles. UNIFORMS 2nd FLOOR-HARRIS' L V For Casual Wear Everywhere Bonnie Doon Playmoc Slippers Pair Be comfortable right down to your toes in Bonnie Doon Playcoc slippers . . . fashioned of vinyl, with foam innersole, leather sole in white, black, bone, gold, red, saddle, cranberry, vicaTnel. S-M-ML-L-XL HOSIERY - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' For "Mofhers-to-Be" Wear your way info foshion in this exciting one-pieee dress ... in foil fashion colors you'll want to weor now. Attractively priced for the smart "mother-to-be." Acetate and rayon Cupioni with scooped collared neckline, sleeveless. Cranberry or black. Sizes 6 to 14. Just one of a collection from our Maternity Shop. $998 MATERNITY SHOP - 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' You're In Perfect Shape with Panti Legs'" by CLEN RAVEN Perfect for Summer Wear i Ponti-legs, the happy waist-to-toe combination of non-transparent panty brief end sheerest teamless stretch stockings. Perfect with sportsweor, dress, street and evening wear. You're in perfect shape with Panti-Legs. Petite, Medium, Medium Tall, Tall. Summer ^ shodes, Catolino, Electro. " Pr. HOSIERY STREET FLOOR - HARRIS'

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