Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on July 9, 1961 · Page 114
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Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California · Page 114

Long Beach, California
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Sunday, July 9, 1961
Page 114
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the modern way to sweeten the figure for your figure How many calories in a cup ot coffee sweetened with Sweet*10? Zero. There are no calories in Sweet*10. That means you can make things as sweet as you like without having to worry about putting on weight. Try Sweet *10 in tea and iced drinks. Bake with it. Cook with it. Sprinkle it on your favorite cereal and fruit Sweet*10 makes things taste great. No bitter aftertaste. Pick up Sweet*10 at your favorite grocery store. In liquid, tablet or granulated form. Get your copy ol the "new Sweet*10 recipe booklet. Contains low-calorie recipes (or cooking, baking, canning and freezing with Sweet*10. Send 10f to SWEET*10 RECIPES. Dept. P. Box 426, Omaha. Nebraska TIDY HOUSE. PRODUCTS. DIVISION OF THE PILI.SBUHV CO. For after the swim (I. to r.): 1 Red roses are made of 7 yards of organza; it sells for $50. 2 "Big Potif" is of Mexican straw and silk organza, about $20. 3 Orange nylon net on Italian straw is HILARIOUS These beach hats are show-stoppers T~\o WOMEN DHESS for themselves, or do they dress for J--' men? No one will ever determine the answer to that one. But if the girls' beach millinery this summer is any indication, they arc dressing to attract attention. Look at the hilarious headgear on these pages. Not even the Mad Hatter of Alice in Wonderland ever came up with more startling, bizarre show-stoppers. These hats can he used in lieu of red lights at any downtown intersection, as they're guaranteed to stop traffic. Kay Cantonwine, a shrewd, shapely model who designed them for California Accessories, says, "They are selling like mad, especially in the resort cities and beach centers." Kay claims the hats are "both cute and utilitarian." Their purpose, aside from arousing male curiosity, is to give a girl something light and comfy to put on her head after she's had her swim. "No girl who wears one of these hats," says Kay, "ever lolls on the beach unnoticed. As a matter of fact, only a few weeks ago I was wearing one of them in Miami Beach, and a little hoy came up to me and said, 'F.xcusc me, Ma'am, hut are you a space woman from Mars?" " --NANCY HAGEN · July 9. 1MI

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