Independent from Long Beach, California on March 10, 1966 · Page 77
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 77

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, March 10, 1966
Page 77
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Jwo Long Bsach flkVftj FEOPLE Y T°H,TM Ice Skating Favorite Winter Sport By EUGENE GILBERT President, Gilbert Youth Research, Inc. Thanks to the girls, Ice skating is the favorite winter sport of our teen-agers. We asked 1,083 young men and women to nam» their top g s winter sport. More.than 37% named ice skating -- but a breakdown of. those figures showed that only 17% of the boys felt that way. The over- all percentage rose because 47% of the girls liked gliding over the ice in preference to any-other winter sport. Curiously, In the sport that finished in second place -skiing -- the female sex also led tho way. Twenty-one per cent of them named this sport compared with only 13% of the boys, with the over-all figure nearly 19%. Russ Copters for India NEW DELHI Wt--The Soviet Union has agreed to provide India 30 heavy duty helicopters urider an agreement hockey, signed In Moscow, the gov eminent radio reported. IN THIRD PLACE, with 14%, came basketball. As might be expected, far more boys -- 24% -- than girls' --- made this sport their choice. Next in line, with small percentages, c a m e sleigh riding, football, tobag- ganing,' b o w l i n g and ice Incidentally, with the exception of less than 1% of those who replied, the boys and girls said they participated in these sports rather, than just watched them. How much equipment cost for taking part in each sport ranged over a wide area. But, using the largest percentages of replies as the key, ice skaters spent between $15 and $20, skiers spent $100 and over, basketball between $10 and $15, football $25 and over, 'ice hockey $25 and over, and bowlers between $20 and $40. These sums represented amounts spent during a : single season by one individual. skating permitted her "to enjoy the fresh air, the excitement and the floating feeling." Another ice skating enthusiast, Susan Warren, 17, of Baltimore, Md., said: "It's a lot of f u n , great exercise, easy to learn and doesn't cost much." Cathy Santoriello, 17, of Los Alto, Calif., preferred WHAT ARE · the why the teen-agers like certain sports? Laura Goldberg, a 14-year-old girl from Beachwood, Ohio, thought that ice Burglars Lose on Job CINCINNATI (ff -- It was not a profitable venture for burglars who broke into a store in suburban Evendale. reasons Apparently frightened away when a store cleanup crew arrived, they abandoned burglar tools valued by police at $600. skiing because "it Is, challenging' when going down a slope and contemplative when riding in the chair lift; besides, I love snow and the chance to talk with the boys." Bowling got the vote of Paula Queenan, 17, of Louis vile, Ky., since "it is good exercise and it is the only sport at which I excel." From Honolulu; Hawaii, came the basketball, said: "No other ball is the most competitive and fast-moving winter sport that 1 am able to play." Bob Bergen, 17, of Vermil , , stone, N.Y., said that "basket- - · ----.-- sport has each member of the lion, S.D., who also chose team constantly running and opinion of 14-year-old Lynne ··-· -·-· · · Kurasaki, 1 who selected "surf- Ing because it is such fun." * * * * AMONG THE BOYS, Michael Nadler, 15, of White- thinking as this one does." This was a bit different from the opinion of 17-year-old Roger Crouse, of Tolono, III., who asserted that basketball gave him "an easy way to relax." Stephen Barnicle, 18, of Worcester, Mass., said he was taking up skiing but that his first love was ice skating And with good reason. "My father," he explained, "was an Olympic speed skater, anc I have always liked to speed skate along with him." Will Restore 1782 Adobe SANTA BARBARA UP! -. State and city officials say restoration is being planned for El C u a r t e ! adobe, the city's oldest adobe, dating to 1782. Spokesmen for the Santa Barbara Trust for Historic; Preservation and officials of the State Division of Beaches and Parks said the adobe will be restored to the style pf- the 1790s for a cost of $10,000. They said El Cuartel is an' original part of the married soldiers' quarters of the old" Royal Presidio. MAKE A MEMO to gather, up toys you no longer need, sell them for cash with Classified Ads. Dial HE 2-5959 today! THE GOLDEN L YEARS By THOMAS COLLINS There' appeared here recently a letter from a vivacious young secretary, caiiiiig herself Nylon Nellie, who sought to put retirement-age men in their places. Now .'comes a rebuttal, from a gray-haired man who has jjeen dealing with pretty sec Talking Back to Flirting Secretary Kenya Minister fo Testify in U.S. WASHINGTON (# -- Torn Mboya, Kenya's minister o: economic planning and devel opment, will testify befor tlie house African affairs sub committee March 21, a com mittee aide said today. The committee is holdin hearings on South Africa' apartheid policy and on U.S relations with that country. ilaries in his office for many years: Dear Nellie: Your letter indicates you lave a tendency tn be a flirt md to tease with your short kirts and well-rounded legs. You should always remember hat we older men look and ouch but never buy when it's oo obvious, Over the years we have seen you come and go in our office,- and learned from ex Alienee your cute little ways of endeavoring to secure tha setter ^secretarial job. We tiave encouraged you with a not-so-paternal pat, tried t hide our quiver as we gazev, through your sweeping eye lashes so many times, know ing full well you believed yoL were really charming us. I you had encouraged us, w would really have run an ioLstalked you as you.hope-i ully believed. It has happened several imes that a tight sweater eally did proposition. But ihe didn't work for us very ong. * * * * BUT NELLIE, don't let our gray hair or lack of it fool you. .With a little more experience with men, and more maturity, you will realize thai you, also, are not so glamorous. Too many of you actu ally believe what your moth ers told you about mean ok men and young girls. But we have too many years and too much experience to be tha bad, though we are interestee in good grooming, personal ity, along with what yo think we want. What you have to offer is no prize. Am anyway, we couldn't take a hance with our reputation, ompany or family. So we pal you on the houlder and drop a joke oc- asionally, and don't feel at ill silly because we have been doing it for years with so many others. We enjoy your land on our arm as we are ;oing for coffee or heading home at night, but we are not so impressed as you might believe. Speak for yourself, Nellie, about hot enjoying running Fingers through gray hair. We have met many who do. Bui not around the office. We are vain because of conquests over our many years. But after 5 o'clock we don't think about you because we are at lome with our families and ealue that romancing a sweet young thing is too much trouble for what is received. · * « * AT OUR AGE we don' think it important for our M O N E Y WORRIES? Want Ad helpl Sell things you're not using. It's easily ot only beautiful and charm- ng young women of high haracter but the Influx of oreign beauties to our coun- ry with their exotic and Old Vorld chnrm, proper training horw-makins, cooking and nising a family. done through Classified. Dia HE 2-5959 for an today! wives to make eyes at us. We have acquired new values ol more interest, which you do not understand yet. Our pension, social secur ity and insurance are prettj far removed from your eage little clutches . . . if we ha( any ideas about marrying you . so don't believe all you read in the movie magazines You might also conside ad-writerlthe increased competition yoi Iface-in the years ahead fron Long Beach , MKCD It \Ht With our sophistication, and with air travel, we older men are meeting more eager and charming young ladies in foreign lands who believe a.officc. husband should be much old- er, who believe In pampering us and in making us so comfortable we just can't get excited over young ladies in the Romance Gray Call 878-4211 and find out all about j^ff% IAS VEGAS NEWEST RESORT HOTS,! HOTEL CASINO LAS VEGAS, NEVADA -HERSHEY'S STRAINED FRUITS OR VEGETABLES LIBBY'S MAXWELL HOUSE CHOCOLATE BEECH-NUT % CORNED BEEF MB. 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