Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 12, 1965 · Page 11
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Ann Landers answers your problems Dear Ann Landers: I am not! a Bible-waving crank. I'm an average American teen-ager who wants to ask you a simple question. What has happened to decent movies? Once upon a time movies had a plot and stars had talent. Today almost any chick with eye-popping curves (and no scruples about who sees them) can be a movie queen provided she has the proper build-up. I believe the least that can be done for the public is to let us know in advance what we are getting into. Too many, times I have taken a date to a movie which was advertised as "a rollicking com-, edy" or a "delightfully gay and; witty musical," and instead we' saw a vulgar display of half nude morons chasing each other around the bedroom. 1 am sick of bedroom scenes, bathtub i scenes, shower scenes and menl and women prancing on beaches] with almost nothing on. I What can be done to elevate, the standards of films and clean! up the movies? — DIZZGUZTED! Dear Dizz: If enough people complain to the theater man-', agcrs (in writing) something will be done. The customer is still King. Dear Ann Landers: At thisi very moment there is a terrific argument raging in our living room. My mother and dad are: really going at it. Here are Ihej facts and I'd like your opinion— fast. My 11-year-old sister is in a play being sponsored by our church group. The kids are sell-' ing tickets for 50 cents each. My parents are having a poker party ne.xt week. Mother thinks it would be all right if my sister went around the table and asked the guests if they would like to buy a ticket or two. Mom says the price ot a ticket is no more than what a person would put into a couple of pots. Besides she says it's lor a very good cause. Dad is violently opposed. What is your I 'er- dict? — BIG SISTER Dear Big Sister: I agree with your Dad. It's an out and out clobber and the guests would have a right to resent it. Dear Kxm Landers: Do you! think it is possible for a person to be too kindhearted for herj own good? Well, right now 1 could kick myself for being Little Goody Two Shoes. Please tell me how to imwind this mess and I promise I will never do anyone a favor again as long as I live. I had to leave town with my folks two weeks ago. This DIVORCES DOUBLED HONOLULU (UPI) — Ninety one divorces were granted in Circuit Court in Honolulu last week — more than twice as: many as normal. Gov. John A. Bums has a bill on his desk which requires couples with children to wail at least a year before receiving final decree. There is no wait now. meant I couldn't go to the big De i\IoIay dance so I asked my Numero Uno, Chris, to please take my cousin Beatrice, who never has a date to anything. (I even let her wear my dress!) Well, Chris and Beatrice have been like glued together ever since. There must be a side to my cousin Beatrice that I didn't I know about. She keeps thanking me for "changing her whole life." My whole life is changed, too. I'm sitting home like an old maid. Chris hasn't said anything but I expect the "nice to have known you" routine any minute. How can I get my boy friend back? - MISS NUT HEAD Dear Miss: If cousin Beatrice was able to do such a slick job of getting Chris interested in; her he must have been plenty! ripe for the picking. You can't keep a guy locked up and blindfolded. If it hadn't been Beatrice it would have been another gal. Accept the realities and east again. Confidential to A PIECE OF MY MIND: Thanks a lot. but I don't think you should have given me the last piece. Y'our letter was a rare combination of bigotry and nonsense. Police find loot from Eisenhower cor WASHINGTON (UPD—Police mvestigating the looting of former President Dwiglit D. Eisenhower's car have recovered his emergency o.xygen kit. Detectives found the kit, part of $400 worth of loot taken from the car, Tuesday in Silver Spring, Md., a Washington suburb. They hoped to find fingerprints on the kit wliich could lead them to the tliief. Still missing were a SIO box of candy, a S169 portable radio, and a 38-caliber revolver belonging to Eisenhower's aide. The theft occurred Monday while Eisenhower was undergo- mg a routine checkup at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. 4ssembfyfnan STEW HfNCKLEY .... Sa/s The Commission on California, Commission tackled the sprawl- Organization NEW CO-STAR HOLLYWOOD (UPI) — Marlon Brando's newest co-star is Jane Fonda who will play his leading lady in "Tlie Chase" at Columbia. State Government _ _ and Economy has just released a report recommendmg a wholesale overhaul of the many boards and commissions attached to the State's executive branch. In a startling disclosure, the report states that the number of boards and commissions pres ently existing in the executive branch of our state government "is not precisely known." The Office of our Legislative Analyst made a survey during 1964 and found some 276 political bodies. There are probably more. Because this number was too large to get at in depth, the ing Resources Agency. Its 41 boards and commissions appeared a "managable number" and comprised a representative sampling. It proposed, for better management and savings of taxpayers' money of up to a mil-{ fornia-Nevada lion dollars a year, doing away with a dozen such groups, merging three and changing fifteen others for more efficiency. For instance, they would abol-'Conservation-Training Board, ish four district forest practice the California Water Commission with the Water Quality Control Board; the State Park Commission with the Recreation Commission; and the Fish and Game Commission with the Wildlife Conservation Board. The functions of the State Water Rights Board would be expanded while modification would be made in the operations of the State Board of Forestry, Mining Board, Soil Conservation Commission, Small Craft Harbors and the nine Regional Pollution Control Boards. It v,'ould leave unchanged tlie duties of such boards as: Pa cific Marine Fisheries, Cali- Compact Com mission, Klamath River Compact, Riding and Hiking Trails Committee, Historical Landmarks Committee and the Youth 1 RedlondsDoJ/yFocfs Wed., May 12, 1965 - 1 1 made public, maybe something can be done to tighten operations before the coming tax bills eat us out of house and home. On the less serious but yet tragic side of Sacramento life was the affair reported in the northern journals. For "Be Kmd to Animals Week", the Humane Society took a goat into the Governor's office and with disastrous results. The budget is now about to contain an emergency appropriation for a new carpet. What do you think? Your opinions and suggestions are invited. Your letters should be addressed to me at the State Capitol, Sacramento. committees, six district oil and gas commissions, the Colorado River Board and a thing called the Goose Lake Compact Commission. The report calls for merging The Commission on State Government Organization mak ing the report is a non-paid group headed by Harold Fursl of Berkeley and included four members of the Legislature. Now that the findings are Caught without his gun , LOS ANGELES (UPD—Wil- [liam Burke, 38 had his car forced to the curb the other night by a taxicab carrying a gunman passenger, who leaped out and ordered Burke to loss out Ills wallet. "I can't," Burke replied, "I .only brought a dime for a paper. I'm wearing pajamas and a bathrobe." The bandit then stole his auto. "It's the firs;t time I've gone out without my gun." moaned Burke—a sheriffs deputy. PLASTIC FOR HOMES , NEW YORK (UPI) — More land more plastic is being used iin new homes. Plastic has proved to have good impact strength and to be heat and weather resistant mak- it a good candidate for liome 'sidings, gutters and rainspouts. SELL IT TOMORROW ;Vith low - cost Classified Ada DISCOUNT PAINT WALLPAPER STORE 9 W. State St., Redlands If excessive drinking is wrecking your health or destroying someone you love, send for ANN LANDERS' booklet. "Help For The Alcoholic," enclosing with your request 20 cents in coin and a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope. .^nn Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of Rcdlands Daily Facts enclosing a stamped, self-addressed 1 envelope. ! CopjTight 1965, Publishers I Newspaper Syndicate. H/GH INVENTORY LOW PRICES! TAKE ADVANTAGE OF PRICE SLASHING ON ALL USED CARS '64 OLDS Jetstar 88 Celebrity Sedan 4-Door, solid blue with matching .nter.or. F""' P»*«l' radio, heater, and low mileage. 2473 Extra quality — Low price '62 CHEVY II Nova Station Wagon Standard transmission. Solid white, matching all vinyl interior. Locally owned and like new ^17QK in every respect Only 1*73 '6^ OLDS F-85 4-Door Deluxe Has Mark IV air conditioning. Solid green with matching interior. V-8 engine with hydramatic trans., radio, heater and whitewalls. $i90C Priced •o sell at IA 73 '60 OLDS 98 4-Door Holiday Sedan Solid white with red inferior. Foil power including electric windows and seats. Factory air 5| ^QC conditioning. Priced low at I j73 '60 OLDS 88 Holiday Coupe Solid dark grey metallic finish. Matching inferior. Full power, radio, heater, whitewalls and seat $J lOR belts. Beautiful condition inside and out • 173 '60 FORD Country Sedan Station Wagon Solid white with blue inferior. V-8 engine with auto mafic frans., full power, air conditioning. ^1095 Radio and heater '60 MERCURY 6 Passenger Station Wagon Solid beige with matiching vinyl interior. Vi engine with automatic trans. Full power, radio, heater and whitewalls. Air conditioned. 773 An extra value OFF -a SAN BERNARDIIjlO FREEWAY QOT HARRY ULOYD. Int. REPLANDS BLVD. HARRY 4 LLOYD OLDS W. STATE W. STATE 200 W. STATE REDLANDS 793-2371 ANNIVERSARY SALE PRICES EFFECTIVE ALL WEEK LONG THURS., MAY 13 Thru WED.. MAY 19 FRESH FRYER CHICKEN LEGS Since 1930 Gerrard's have offered qualify foods and low prices on Orange Street in Redlands. Help us celebrate our birthday by taking advantage of these big buys in fop quality foods. MAY IS GERRARD'S ANNIVERSARY MONTH Morrell's Fully Cooked 5 Pound Can Fresh Fryer CHICKEN BREAST47 Tasty Fryer ^ ^ CHICKEN WINGS l9 ANOTHER FREEZER OFFER! About 100 lbs. Round Bone, 7-Bone, Brisket, Clod or Chuck Roasts, also Shank and Ground Beef. Round Bone mgg POT ROAST ... 5 Seven Bone m 0^ POT ROAST 49 Barbecue Treat am CHUCK STEAK .. 49 Boneless Rolled CLOD ROAST... 79 Boneless Rolled lb lb lb BRISKET ROAST . Oscar Mayer's . . . Bolo, Cotto, Liver Cheese Wilson's New Canned Beef . . . Ready to Serve for quick meals Solo, Cotto, Liver Cheese %^ MEAT • • • 3 1 $|29 Mb. Can FULLY COOKED 1 lb. 14 oz. ROAST BEEF A Apple Saui ^o. 303 Car HOSTESS SHORTCAKE — pkg. of 4 2 5 Red Ripe — For Salads CHERRY TOMATOES Wesson Oil^ 38-oz. Maxwell House — 6 or. INSTANT COFFEE JACK-POT WINNER Miss Dariene Drysdole, 806 High Street. When Gerrard's Market called on Miss Drys­ dole she was immediately awarded the weekly prize of 5 Silver Dollars. She then produced the required sales slip and hit the big Jack- Pot of 35 Silver Dollars. Our congratulations to Miss Drys­ dole. ^ QUART MR Miracle VVhip THIS WEEK 35 SILVER DOLLARS Prices Effective THURS., MAY 13th Thru WED., MAY 19th WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS MARKET 333 ORANGE ST. — REDLANDS FRESH Ranch ECGS ^ |doz. • /S •'AA'

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