Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 5, 1965 · Page 11
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 11

Redlands, California
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Wednesday, May 5, 1965
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Ann Landers answers your problems Dear Ann Landers: I am a girl who will soon be 15 and I'm looking forward to a lot of fun. I am a pretty good dancer when I dance with my girl friends, but I just can't seem to dance with a boy. I get all tensed up and I'm like paralyzed in the feet. Maybe it's because I have always been the one to lead and I just can't follow. I am so scared I might step on a boy's foot that I break out Powers still mystery five figure of years later years ago. Her hair has changed from red to sandy gray. Wrinkles'? She doesn't have any. She drives her station wagon all over the county and is the proud grandmother of 12 darling kids. We travel a lot and my wife is often mistaken for my daughter, < which is embarrassing, because I am three years younger than she is). As I put my crutches down to write this I'd like to make it plain that hard BURBANK (UPD—Five years after Francis Gary Powers was shot down in a U2 plane and accused as an American spy, he is still a figure of some mystery — a man who treasures the privacy that once was denied him. As a central figure in a spy case that toppled a 1960 summit meeting, Powers received international notoriety. His picture was on the front pages of every newspaper, and his trial on charges of espionage attracted correspondents from all over the world. The flier, now a test pilot for Lockheed California Co., was sentenced to 10 years in prison by the Russians. But he was freed in exchange for master Russian spy Col. Rudolph Abel in-1962. On Tuesday, a news release out of Moscow focused attention again on Abel and, coincidentally on Powers. The Russians made a rare public admission that Abel did serve as a Soviet spy and was decorated after the exchange for Powers. Powers, now 34 and married a second time, wasn't available for comment. And the odds are he won't be. "He's not being made available for interviews," a Lockheed spokesman said, reviewing again the status of the U2 pilot downed over Russia on May 1, 1960. "He prefers to be as much out of the public eye as possible." Powers has not consented to an interview since he came here as a test pilot for Lockheed in October, 1962. The Lockheed spokesman would confirm only that Powers still flies regularly, and possibly in U2 planes maintained and overhauled here for a variety of purposes. But conjecture remained that he had other assignments with Lockheed aircraft. The Lockheed-California division of Lockheed Aircraft Co. also builds anti-submarine planes, the F1C4, and the record-breaking high­ speed, high - altitude YF12A (formerly the All.). No one will say just which planes Powers is assigned to fly. About all that is known is that Powers lives somewhere in the greater Los Angeles area, probably not far from Burbank, as the husband of the former Mrs. Claudia Edwards Downey. In October, 1963, almost a year after his marriage to Mrs. Barbara Powers ended in di- Redlands DaUy Facts Wed., May 5, 1965 - 1 1 vorce, the airman took Mrs. Downey as his bride. The new Mrs. Powers was an ex-employe of Uie top-secrst Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) for which Powers flew his missions in the U2. Since coming to California and working at Lockheed, Powers has cultivated anonymity. "Of course, it's not possible for him to be completely anonymous," a Lockheed spokesman said. "But it is his wish to avoid all publicity," LEADING LADY HOLLYWOOD (UPI) — Jacelyn Lane has landed the feminine lead opposite Robert Fuller and Dan Duryea in "The Faceless Men" at Universal. Big fog horn stuck BUFFALO, N.Y. (UPD—Ths U.S. Coast Guard station lierg has too much of a good thing. Its outer harbor fog horn is stuck. The horn short circuited Tlwrsday and has since been emitting blasts at the rate of three times a minute. The Coast Guard plans to leave it as is for llie present because the harbor is choked with ice. Facts Classified .Ads Can Sell Anything CaU 793-3221 in a cold sweat. Then my hands work never hurt anybody.—AN I get clammy and I'm just a! ADORING HUSBAND i mess. Can you give me some hints on how to overcome this problem'.' It could wreck my entire life, — OUT OF IT Dear Adoring Husband: Thanks for the cheerful testimonial endorsing hard work. I agree that hard work never hurt anybody U thrive on it myself) but if you're going to work like a horse you'd better have a constitution to match. Dear Ann Lander.s: A gir) in Dear II: You seem to have a couple of problems — cla;nmy hands and two left feet. First, stop dancing with girls. You must become accustomed to FOLLOWING. Second, hang loose. Before you'our office rccieved a bouquet; take step one with a boy tell; of flowers from her boy friend: yourself you are going to relax.! yesterday. She spent the entire Pretend you are a rag doll. If morning trying to find a vase the boy has no rhythm, just; "big enough." clomp along and follow him any-j The way she carried on you'd way. Even the best dancers gel: have thought no one in the Ihcir shins barked now and then.'rthole world had ever received But what's a crushed toe be- flowers from a boy friend. 11 twcen friends? , was a performance that would; 'have put Bette Davis to shame.! Dear Ann Landers: I am mar- Wasn't it in poor taste for ried to an ••Ex-Horse," too. and hj^^ have sent flowers to the have been for 40 years. My wife; office? Shouldn't the flowers have been sent to her home? We'd like your opinion.—NAUSE,\TED SIX has done every bit of work women complain about in your column—and then some. We lived on a farm just like I "Ex-Horse." My wife looked af-i pgar Six: Mv opinion (and ter our four daughters, plus aij 1^;,,^ you'll like in isi hired man and mc. She wan-,^^^^ i,,^ nauseated! aged to cook. sew. clean. lake!f,.„,.n -^..^ j rare of the chores and be presi-] .f.i,g fg,-|o„, probably sent Ihci dent of the P .-r .A., the^ Legion! [1^^^^,.^ l„ ,^5, gi^ce because 1 Auxiliary, the Women s Club and: j,^ ^.^^(g,, („ his girl an I everything else that came along.;p^„.aigl ,^,1,, _ and ap-. When limes got better I was, j,e succeeded. So re-j able to hire the dairy work conc.;^,^^^ . ^,^,,5 ,^3^^' Then I made her slop doing, typewriters, the chores and the canning. Now she just looks after beds. the flower i Too many I do not know starry-eyed lovers the difference. Do And what kind of shape is she ^^^j, ^^^^ f„r ANN LANDERS' in? Well, next year she will; j^g^^j^j^ "Before You Marry — be 70. Her figure is better thanij^ j^^^g gg^.,.-_ enclosing! it was^whcn t married her 40, ^^.^^^ request 20 cents in, I coin and a long, self-addressed, 1 ! stamped envelope. | Ann Landers will be glad to More bogus bills found ! help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of Redlands Daily Facts Box, 191 HERMOSA Beach (UPl)-Se- enclosing a stamped, self-ad- rrcl Service agents Monday jj.gssed envelope, raided safety deposit boxes of, copyright, 1965, Publishers two Hawthorne and Manhattan! ;^,g„.,.papp,. syndicate. Beach banks and confiscated' S156.S00 in counlerfeil bills. The deposit boxes were registered to four men who were were picked up last week and booked on counterfeiting charges. They wore John K. Kearney. 23; Gerald V. Barnett. 25: Charles F. Collins, 25, all of Hermosa Beach, and Charles L. Bell, 30, a printer of Portland, Ore. It was the second raid within a week in which officers found bogus bills. Friday night agents raided a motel in Alameda County and confiscated $100,000 in counterfeit bills. Londoners like Mr. Charlie LONDON (UPI) — Londoners Monday night responded w'iU'. enthusiasm lo a West End production of James Baldwin's play "Blues For Mr. Charlie." produced by the New York .Actors Studio. The audience gave six curtain calls and Baldwin himself received a standing ovation. Thc| play, seen last year on Broad-i way. dopicls racial conflict in' the South. THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL' (Effective May 6 Thru 12) Dairy Gold BUTTER 69* tb MILK.. Gal. 88c Quality Dairy Drive-In New York St., 1-Block North of Redlands Blvd. FOR HOME DELIVERY DIAL 792-4421 QUALITY CARS MANY TO CHOOSE FROM '59 OLDSMOBILE 88 2-Door Hardtop Factory Air Conditioning, ^OOC power equipped. Lie. No. KAX 548 "73 '52 JEEP Universal 4WD $695 '60 JEEP Pickup 4WD $1395 '62 CADILLAC 2-Door Hardtop Full power with Factory Air ^^9QR Conditioning. A white beauty ^A73 '60 OLDSMOBILE Super 88 2-Door Hardtop Automatic, power steering and ^l^OK brakes, radio and heater. Lie. No. KDE 025 lA73 '61 VOLKSWAGEN 9.Passenger Wagon Can't be told $1 ^0C from new. Lie. No. KEH 226 1*173 '63 MERCURY METEOR 4 Dr. with VS, Automatic, Factory air conditioning. Low mileage, a real beauty in white. Lie. No. GKT 121 ?l/73 '59 CHEVROLET CONV. Impala, V-8 engine, automatic, radio, heater. $OQE! Easy to care for white. Lie. No. PVZ 217 .... Ol9 '64 CHEVROLET Chevelle El Camino Pickup Beautiful white with radio, heater, seat belts and standard trans. ^lOOC Only 16,000 actual miles 1773 '49 JEEP Pickup 4WD $^95 Mechanics Special ^373 Koley Kars inc. Aufhomei IHP" Sales & Semce 118 East Redlands Blvd. 793-3197 1 Vi Blocks East of Orange St. MARKET Since 1930 Gerrard's have offered quality foods and low prices on Orange Street in Redlands. Help GERRARD'S 3Sfh BIRTHDAY MBAT VALUES! Grand Taste Smoked us celebrate our birthday by t a k i n g advantage of these big buys in top quality foods. For the Barbeque . . . Manning's CHUCK STEAKS.. CNICS Here's Real Value in Quality Pork Rock Cornish Roasting CHICKENS 4 to 5 lbs. ea Gerrard's Anniversary Special! Fore Quarter of Beef Triangle MANNING'S BEEF Approximately 90 lbs. Round Bone, 7-Bone, Chuck, Clod, Brisket Roasts . . . Short Ribs, Shank for Soup Ground Beef. Cut and Wrapped for your fraeier. Oscar Mayer SLICED BACON Oscar Mayer FRANKFURTERS Oscar Mayer Sliced 13 -01. pkg Spare Ribs Oscar Mayer SMOKIE LINKS 12 -01. pkg Boneless Fillet Fish EASTERN PORK FRESH 39 C lb RED SNAPPER ... Ready to Serve HALIBUT STEAKS MAYONNAISE WESSON OIL TOMATO JUICE PINK SALMON CORNED BEEF "WESSON- QUART 24 oz. BOTTLE LIBBY'S 46 oz. can LIBBY'S No. 1 tall LIBBY'S 12 oz. can Miracle Detergent (Save 10c) *%f%A "TREND" . . . iLf 39^ Giant Size pkg. (Save 10c) pkg. "NEWS" 39^ Jumbo S-qt. Size Bleach bot. f %,L PUREX 59^ ANNIVERSARY SALE FROZEN FOOD VALUES! Johnston's Big 9.1nch FRUIT PIES . Cal Fame . . . Concentrated 6-oz. Can Orange Juice Tyson's Pride Rock Cornish ea, # Qrf GAME HENS .. OT Morton's Plain or Sugared DONUTS III" ' pkgs Carnation Breaded 14-oz. pkg. i^^YAlUABlE COUPON With This Coupon at Gerrard's PERFECT HOST Brand ..49* 5 n TEA BAGS VALUABLE COUPON 4 nUa.^li FISH STICKS Certi Fresh Breaded SHRIMP ... .lb. pkg. Jackpot Winner Prices Effective THURS., MAY 6 Thru WED.. MAY 12 Mrs. Sylvia Lopez, 317 W. Brockton. When •^rZlXL-t WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS was immediately awarded the weekely prize of 5 Silver Dollars. She then produced the required sales slip and hit the big Jack-Pot of 70 Silver Dollars. Our congratulations to Mrs. Lopez. WEEK *>F SILVER MARKET THIS 35 DOLLARS 333 ORANGE ST. — REDLANDS

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