Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 19, 1965 · Page 11
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Ann Landers answers your problems Dear Ann Landers: Of all the silly squabbles in your column the one about the wife who undresses in the closet takes the me?-A WINNER BE LOSING WHO MAY Dear Losing Winner: No fel- cake. So far as I could tell the I low likes to have his brains woman didn't say she slept in | beaten out—especially by a girl. the closet, did she? All she did was undress there. It was un- Maybe it's not your ability but your attitude that sours the fair of you to suggest that she!boys. It's easy to be a gracious was off her rocker. Do you feel, Ann that il is a wife's duty to put| problem'.' on a nightly strip tease for her husband? Do you honestly believe a man would not think about sex unless he was treated to some visual stimulation? This loser but it's hard to be a gra- Landers,! clous winner. Could this be your Dear Ann Landers: I have never been sure of myself socially, and my husband is even more insecure, so please tell me Case of the Capuchin smugglers Big cigarette swindle uncovered near Rome ROME (UPD—Police said today Capuchin friars at a monastery near Rome played a role in a large cigarette smuggling operation. Two of the si.x friars at the convent of Albano, in the "Ro-, man castle" hills just south ofjglers Rome, were "incriminated" by' police but have not yet been charged. police believed to be the brains of the gang was arrested in Lugano, Switzerland, and extradited to Italy. The strange case, called the "case of the Capuchin smug- by the Italian press, started a week ago when one of the Albano friars, Antonio |Corsi, turned up at a Rome At the same time, the mani hospital with a man he said had been injured in an auto accident. The next morning Friar Corsi told police he had found the body of another man apparent-! ly injured in the same acci-' dent. Althougli Corsi said he had found them on a highway, a full-scale police investigation showed that the gateway into the monastery had been I smashed and the injured man and the dead man had been involved. The case took another turn when police discovered 30 cases of contraband cigarettes worth about $48,000 inside the monastery. AJter a week of checking, police said they had what they thought were complete details. From Switzerland The cigarettes, they said, were shipped from Switzerland in cases marked "farm machin ery" and were supposedly destined for Tel Aviv, Israel, by way of the Italian port city of Genoa. The cigarettes, filling more than 100 cases, were enough to completely fill a railway boxcar. They were worth more than $250,000. When the train, after passing the frontier without trouble, ar- Red lands Daily Facts Wed., May 19, 1965 - 1 1 rived at the big yards outside Df Rome a railway worker substituted another set of papers for the boxcar and it was put on a siding. It was apparently from there that the cigarettes were unloaded to be distributed to various parts of Italy. Police found some 60 cases of cigarettes still in the freight cars and another 30 in the monastery. At least another 30 cases still are missing. Hide In Monastery The truck brought the cigarettes south, w-here, accordin to police, the smugglers had made an agreement with the Albano Capuchin friars to hide them for a brief period. However, after unloading the ciga­ rettes the truck somehow got away from its driver, smashing two of the smugglers against the wall and knocking down the gate of the monastery. The driver, believed to be Alberto Scali, son of the dead man, dashed off with the truck, which was found abandoned not Ear from Rome Monday. So far, four men have been charged in the case. They are the believed "brains" arrested in Lugano, Aristide Libenzi, Alberto Scali, the man injured at the monastery, Ermenegildo Foroni, and a railway worker. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. is ridiculous. Any male who is;if you think we are too sensi- THAT dead sexually would notjtive. bat an eye at the woman disrobing. sight of a We visited in the home of new friends recently and spent a A man who is interested in i pleasant few hours. When wel romance will let a woman know. I said goodnight the host If he tired and not interested he j slammed the door behind us so! deserves to be left alone. To i fast it actually jarred my hat.! deliberately arouse a husband! My husband and I both got the | who has fallen into bed ex-!impression they couldn't wait to| hausted after a hard day's work'get rid of us, I is inconsiderate—and il could i When our guests leave we al-i cause him to feel inadequate.!ways walk them to their car, or^ Speaking for myself, I if the weather is bad we standi wouldn't dream of undressing in in the doorway until they drive | the closet. I go into the bath-:off. Are we overly hospitable| room.—FROM GEORGIA i or are our friends less than hos-i ' pitable?—NEED TO KNOW Dear Georgia: If you haven't tried it. Honey, don't knock it.i Dear Need to Know: It is un- 1 speakably rude to slam the door Dear Ann Landers: I'magirlon departing guests. The cus- who probably should have teen j torn of walking guests to their a boy. I am large and mus -j car suggests that their company cular, but not fat. The problem' is desired up to the very last is that I am much better ati moment. sports than any of the fellows j Try shortening your next visit' I go with and it is embarrass-: by an hour and see if you getj ing. I think it is also hurting a warmer farewell, me socially. j I can cream any fellow l! "The Bride's Guide." JXNN know on the tennis court. I love! LANDERS' booklet, gives auto play tennis but not too manyjilioritative and complete infor- fellows will play against me. I'mation on how to plan a wed- startcd to play golf with my!ding. To receive your copy of dad when I was seven. I won ailiis comprehensive guide, write local tournament last year and, to Ann Landers, in care of this the person I beat used to be a newspaper, enclosing a long, special boy friend. He doesn't self-addressed, stamped envel- call me any more, i ope and 35 cents in coin. I once believed that excelling Ann Landers will be glad to! in sports would make me more^help you with your problems.' popular but il is doing just the: Send them to her in care of opposite. The un-co-ordinated| Redlands Daily Facts, P.O. Box girls who don't know a putter j 191, enclosing a stamped, self- from a mashie do just fine sit-1 addressed envelope. ting on the sidelines. Do you have any advice for Copyright 1965, Publishers Newspaper Syndicate. SHOW BEAT Rock true to older gals By Dick Kleiner Hollywood Correspondent Newspaper Enterprise Assn. HOLLYWOOD (NEA) - Rock| "Then," he says, "1 would Hudson must be getting old. Wei like |o do another scries. But were talking and poor old Rockij^ ^^.j,, ^^^^ kept mentionmg the names ofi „ ,^ Hollywood's older glamor gals .i^" ^^ve so much fun, and the Not a word about the new sex show is so good, that no matter symbols. what the next one will be like, "It's true," Rock said, whcn!i know I'll hate the scripts, I asked him about il, "And IheiioaUic the director and despise plain truth is that the new girls! ^j,^^ s'ar " are simpiv not as distinctive as| the stars of the past, ! "'^ something tn look forward "Look at women like Merle Oberon and Katharine Hepburn! ounTflRLEl and Joan Crawford, They were NOTABLES QUOTABLES one -of-a-kind. But today's girls —Ann-Margret and Pamela Tiffin and Carol Lynley —they are all lovely, but they're all alike. It's hard to tell them apart." It's not all that bad. Probably "People ask me if I'm glad Jim (his son) is continuing my image. What image? I've never had an image in my life,"— Bob Mitchum, "Actors need ego, I don't mean they have to be egnmani- their mothers can tell which isi^^^ but they need healthy self- which. RICHARD, or DON'T WEAKEN, DEACON Richard Deacon, who helps make The Dick Van Dyke Show so cheerful, • may be the only Hollywood actor who has de-! That's what enables get into a character, and deeply."—Henry interest, them to broadly Silva, "I think a woman's bust line is one of the most beautiful things in nature," —Joi Lansing, ivered two bab.es. It hasnt, ..j ^ ^^ ^^^^..^ helped his actmg career much , ^.^^ .sheet of their but It has given his life a bit ^^^^^^ ^j,^,, iC, ^o me, '""/^'",';™"S. that connotes the feeling that Actually, Deacon al«^.v.<- .hej- are condescending to do wanted to be a doctor. And he ,, ^^.^^i.; , f„,. worked for eight ycars-inclucl- monev,"-Frank Sutton, ing four m a ,e Arm.v-as a lab, .- T,,, the.-c are techmcian But his two babies,,,,3^ -^^ ^^i^ (he just happened to be around (^^t (ner advances and when the mothers needed hep.other stands ,still. And I were the closest he came to his ^^^^ ^^^t career-wise, but ambition. lintellectually."-Tony Curtis. He says he d still like to do something in the scientific field. But he knott^s he never will. His acting career, thanks to the impetus of the CBS show, is going too well. The Van Dyke program will be on one more year and that's the end. more mest flavors / WEEK'S SPECIAL (Effective May 20 Thru 26) | MILK at WHOLESALE PRICES In glass bottles, Plastic cartons or lO-goI. Dispensers. DRIVE-IN SERVICE Quality Dairy Drive-In New York St., 1-Block North of Redlands Blvd. FOR HOME DELIVERY DIAL 792-4421 MARKET Since 1930 Gerrard's have offered quality foods and low prices on Orange Street in Redlands. Help us celebrate our birthday by ta k i ng advantage of these big buys in top quality foods. "BETTY CROCKER MANNING'S BEEF BONELESS ROLLED for HIND QUARTER (LEG and THIGH) KEY Manning's / BEEF FRANKS.. "OSCAR MAYER" Mb. Package "KRAFT" American or Pimlenfo — 12 oz. BEEF LIVER SWISS STEAK.... 69 SLICED BACON... 55^ lb GROUND BEEF.... 3'!;:;^ CUBE STEAKS .... 89lb TURKEY 491 NOTE: This Is to introduce Becky Bee . writer of note and world traveler. We are sure you will enjoy Becky's entertaining and informative writing style. We hope this will add enjoyment to your reading of our ads . . . and of Gerrard's. Dear Friends: Paul Gerrard is letting me replace a head of cabbage to mention things left out of newspaper headlines. Heart-warming things like how lucky we are to live in the most salubrious half of the most fantastic State in the most wonderful country in the world. And simple, homespun things too, like who takes sulphur and molasses any more to "thin the blood?" And who remembers Urbita Springs, with its boats on the lake and plunge that smelled like rotten sggs? Have you ever seen the roses more gorgeous? Becky Bee. P. S. Gerrard's is a lovely place to shop. Strawberry Preserves TOMATOES Fresh, Crisp SOLID HEAD LETTUCE Pillsbury's Chocolate Fudge, Double Dutch, Golden Yellow, Mocha Fudge, Swiss Choc, White A c ea RED, RIPE NEW CROP CALIFORNIA GREEN ONIONS, RADISHES, CUCUMBERS "Springfield" 20-oz. Jar CAKE MIX Pillsbury's White, Bavarian Creme, Lemon pkg. ANGEL FOOD for Hormel's Luncheon Meat SPAM . Calo Brand 12 oz. can tall can for No. 303 can Laura Scudder QUART SALAD OIL Springfield APPLESAUCE; for FROZEN FOODS ORANGE JUICE 5 6 -01. Cans BEEF STEAKS FRUIT 4 Servings "Camps" Buttered 69c Valua Johnston'i FISH STICKS 14 oz. pkg. Sunshine Cookies ^^S^^ Cup Custard <9 39 c 1 lb. pkg. Nabisco Sugar Honey Grahams 1 lb. pkg. Pacific "Sta-Crisp" Crackers 1 lb. pkg. Kern's Grape Jelly It JACK-POT WINNER Mrs. Jean Judd, 1285 Garnet, Mentone. When Gerrard's Market called on Mrs. Judd she was immediately award' od 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 con- gratulationt t o Mrs. Judd. THIS 2j SILVER WEEK^JDOLLARS Prices Effective THURS., MAY 20 Thru WED., MAY 26 WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS 333 ORANGE ST. — REDLANDS

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