Independent from Long Beach, California on March 10, 1966 · Page 55
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 55

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, March 10, 1966
Page 55
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I |5Z4-- P 2 Z S BMdi Mom /s Your Bedroom Pop. Op or the Mop Type? By VIVIAN BROWN AP Niwuxurti Wrlltr Are you Op, Pop or Mop ypo? Do you lean to art nouveau or Mondrlan deigns? Whatever, put a b i t of it into your room for a new look. TRAINING AID It.may look like a child's toy, but it has a deadly serious purpose. Capt. Thomas Paoulakidas of Phoenix, Ariz., examines a crude model of an American plane used to train Viet Cong gunners. It was captured by American, troops during a Sweep through guerrilla territory in South Viet Nam's central highlands. Tho tail end of winter is a time to refurbish a Your 'room can blos- ,ood room. som in spring with new cur- ains, bed cover, throw pil- ows and a draped cover for Timely Tips Give new interest to meat oaf by combining the ground eef with bulk-style pork sau- ;age Remove cookies while they are still warm from baking. sheets. This way you have the|l est chance of keeping the cookies shapely. Want to add spice to a basic recipe for Butterscotch Brownies? Add' a half teaspoon of cinnamon and a quarter teaspoon each of nutmeg and cloves. This amount of spice is for a recipe that is baked in a 9- or 8-inch square pan or an 11 by 7 inch rectangular pan. To fancy up canned tomato soup, add lobster--the canned variety If you like--and a little sherry. the table. And the mood ofi the room can fit your person-! ality. So many looks are "in" that you can be happily stylish with any one. j At the outset, figure your type. Ar« you the white dress, pink sash, dainty type; an active pants set; member of the a dramatic type who likes bold colors. Or per- haf* you prefer to stick with tailored chic--simple suits and crisp blouses, » * * » THE PINK and white set will enjoy. crisp white or; gandy curtains, bedspread and dainty ruffled pillows. If pants constitute the main part of the wardrobe, plaids, op and pop designs might be favored. Two large throw pillows to toss on the floor is a must for this gregarious group. ,Dramatic clothes types enjoy art nouveau prints and big, wild, splashy patterns. Veteran's Voice H O L L Y W O O D (UPI)-Veteran comedian Sterling Holloway provides the voice for Winnie the Pooh in Walt Disney's new animated car toon. , But keep In mind that you 1 must live with It for awhile. Some dedicated lovers of these prints proper to use the fabric as acce'nt for that reason. In that case, solid colors are used for bedspreads and curtains and the big prints are reserved for throw pillows and a draped table cloth. * * * * THE GIRL who likes tailored clothes usually keeps the main part of the' wardrobe to a minimum and puts more emphasis on accessories--blouses and so on. She Is likely to prefer the same Idea In room decoration. The large masses--bed »nd windows, are kept in tlititlMs solid colors, pastels or vivid. Pillows may be on ««sort- msnt of trimmed covers that will go with anything, riow or later. A draped .cover over the table may be .'» Mild color with braid or fice fringe border. : . . - . " New Tomatoes Can Take Heat COLLEGE STATION, Tex. (UPI)--Texas AM University called has developed a new tomato variety described M a sweet, hot-weather Item suitable for growing In the family garden. Plant pathologist Arthur L, Harrison said tKe new tomalo, "Summertime," should be planted in May or June and will begin producing In 60 days. It Is undaunted by hoi w.eathir and continues to produce untjl frost, he said. Jawbreaker Name Given to Project ! ROLLA, Mo..(UPI) -- The University of' Missouri at Rolla, an engineering school, has received a near: $47,000 National Science Foundation grant for a tongue twister project. The money is for research entitled "Gravitational Body Forces in Heterogeneous Geological Structures.". It's a study of the effects of geological structures '. such as fractures, joints, faults and bedding planes upon stress distribution in rocks. A - .university spokesman said the. research will aid materially in the solution of engineering problems .concerned with the stability of underground o p e n i n g s in rock, such as muses, underground power stations;' aque ducts and deep-'ppentn'gs for underground protective con struction. Lions Help Nab Men With Loot DAR - ES - SALAAlVf, Tan zania MP)--Two thieves who stole the bar money from the Mikumi Game Lodge, Tanzania, have a pride of lion to thank for their capture. The lions barred their es cape along the road to a near by village. The frightened thieves got a lift back the way they had come, from a passing truck. But a 1 game warden travel ing in the same vehicle be came suspicious and reporte the incident to the police. Hi description of the two mei led to their speedy capture. 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