Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 19, 1965 · Page 24
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4 - Wed., May 19, 1965 Redlands Daily Facts Need wall-to-wali wallets Liz Says; — So you're off to Vacation land with cur wonderful Cotton Knit Play Clothes, "Whipped Cream," D a c r o n and many other Miracle fabrics in SHIFTS (the biggest fashion sensation in i the country) and dresses . iust wash 'n wear and not a wrinkle! NOW lets talk about Swim Suits, Cole, Catalina and many others (many I with matching tops) Every girl should have at least THREE! One wants I to be the best UNDRESSES on the beach!! Layaway or Liz Charge Open Fri. Nites 'til 9 Open Every Sunday REDLANDS STORE ONLY BY LIZ SAGE'S — REDLANDS Citrus Village ALSO Del Rosa Shopping Center I Highland & Del Rosa Ave. San Bernardino Jaded fo get gadabouts away from far out it all Painful sunburn can be avoidedr use little care If you are a Southern California "beach-bunny' who thinks Series of state parks along California No. 7 By BILL MCCORMICK NEW YORK (NEA) — Sooner or later some of the more than two million Americans who take pleasure trips outside the United States each year would have to get away from it all. So, smart operators are offering delicious tidbits for gadabouts with wall-to-wall wallets who are fed up with the commonplace, but stiE hungry for travel. They have cooked up some dandy deals for those who no longer can stand the sight of fellow travelers who look like blockhouses in lederhosen, haystacks wearing shorts or tweedy buck teeth mounted on old school ties. One nice little item is a yeti hunt in the Himalayas with Ten- zing Norgay, the first man to Bet foot on tiie top of Mt. Everest, as chief tracker. This goodie is the brain child of Susan Stein, a debutante. With Viscount Dermot Moore and three other partners, she op- Enjoy this Vacailon ...ON TIME! erates Ports of Call travel consultants in New York. 'I spoke to Mr, Norgay and he is interested," she said. "So are several of our customers." Susan neglected to add that a couple of the prospects who would find peaceful haven running down the Abominable Snowman in the Himalayas are in show business. Perhaps this was out of filial loyalty. Her father was primarily responsible for building the Music Corporation of America into a massive theatrical talent agency. Dad is such a big wheel that someone once said that an athiest is an actor who doesn't believe in Jules Stein. Another blockbuster Susan thought up for those who don't wish to be annoyed by the rabble en route is The Rich Man's Trip to Everywhere, a IT^week jaunt for only $11,750, including tips. She also has on tap The Island Hopper's Greece, four weeks of Aegean Idyl — mostly by yacht — at only $6,000 for two people. It makes a nice trip if you like to eat grape leaves. Ports of Call, which maintains a staff of experts on 24-hour alert for just such emergencies, can also arrange for crocodile shooting in Australia, a bear hunt in Japan, fishing in Lapland or a tour of bewitched castles in Ireland (25 per cent extra if conducted by a certified leprechaun). A visit to a stationary whaling ship in Norway is a collector's item. If at sea, the visit is for men only. 'Everything we do is not far- out," Susan insisted. "We take care of a great many everyday matters for travelers." Such as lining up private yachts, airplanes, trains and balloons, hiring governesses, dog walkers, nannies and diaper services. Clients can also ar range to be taken to private dubs, like the Ad Lib, the favorite London hangout for the Beatles. 'You'd be surprised what some travelers want," Susan said. "It is an everyday matter for us to put people in such hard-to-get-ia setups as Ludwig Bemelman's suite at the Hotel Post in Lech, Austria, or the Maharaja's rooms at the Udaipur Palace, but some re.- quests are more difficult. "When people ask us to book them in rooms they have occupied 20 or 25 years ago — usually on honeymoons — we sometimes have trouble finding the hotel, let alone the rooms." Growing in popularity to the point where they may one day be shunned by the discriminating are such things as a journey by Eskimo dog team through Ihe Yukon Valley out of Big Delta, Alaska. Another hot item is a trip to the island of Manu'a, which can be reached only by outrigger canoe from Pago Pago. The island is completely surrounded by a reef which makes landing possible only when the tide permits expert manipulation by a native Samoan. Traveling by llama pack train to the plateau below the mountain of Chocaltaya on the alti- plano of Bolivia with an Ay- mara Indian guide is decidedly "in" at the moment. •Riere is only one drawback to this trip. Neither the llamas nor the Aymara Indian know what you're talking about when you start to brag about the other far-out places you have visited. that the deeper your tan, the more attractive you are, read what medical authorities say: Skin ages faster when exposed excessively to the sun; The greatest Incidence of sMn cancer occurs among those who are constantly exposed to the sun; In order for skin to tan, it actually bums, just as a roast in your oven; the deeper your tan, the more the skin has burned. And from the viewpoint of physical beauty, few authorities recommend a deep tan. However, a light, even tan can be attractive. Most of us get some degree of sunburn every year before we start to tan, despite our best efforts to avoid it. Few things are as uncomfortable, or as painful, as a deep sunburn over a large part of the body. Aside from the pain, a sunburn can result in an infection of serious consequences. The best medicine for a sun- bum, say the experts is prevention — don't let it happen in the first place. But if, despite your best efforts, you or the children wind up with a lobster ish look at the end of a happy day, follow these suggestions: If you have been in th& ocean or a pool, take a lukewarm shower to remove the salt and chemicals from your tender skin; apply a soothing, medi cated cream. Since sunburn dehydrates the body, thus increasing the tendency for fever, increase your mtake of fluids. If your bum is severe, take straight aspirin as recommended to relieve the pain and the fever. Wear light, loose clothing, and do not expose your skin to the sun again until it is completely healed. Do not hesitate to get medical advice for a sunburn. Since the danger of infection is great, it is no condition to take lightly. How, then, can you get a nice tan without a bum? Easy. Expose yourself to the sun no more than 20 minutes the first day, and about 10 additional minutes the following days. Always have protective clothing with you so you can "shut off" the sun when you've had On the scenic portion of California ffighway No. 1, which reaches from Monterey on the north to Cambria on the south, the State of California has established a series of state parks, reserves and historical monuments. At Monterey are the Monterey enough. An umbrella on the beach is a must. It's not difficult to prevent sunburn; It just takes a little thought. Monuments, where California history is firmly implanted. At Point Lobos Reserve — the greatest meeting of land and water in the world — is beauty unsurpassed. At San Simeon, the Hearst San Simeon State Historical Monument overlooks the Pacific. And in the Big Sur country, some 30 miles south of Monterey, is Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park — one of the most popular and most ideally situated ot all California state parks. The southernmost of the Redwood parks, here is combined many of nature's activities — a level valley cut in half by the one million year old Big Sur River; mountains rising sharply from sea level to 3,300 feet; a rugged coastline; cool and usually foggy evenings during the summer followed by warm, [pleasant days; a verdant, forested setting which is populated just enough to entice everyone. This statement can be made with conviction, for there are more than 200 campsites within the park, about two score cabin and lodge facilities, a restau- jrant, a grocery store; outside the park, there are several motels and resorts. Trailer Hitch Important If you witl be pulling a boat or trailer on your vacation, the trailer hitch maintenance is very important. Keep the hitch ball well lubricated. Use heavy, fiber-type bearing grease in the wheels and carry some with you, applying it as needed, particularly if the bearings get wet when your boat is launched. Accutron®is for those who want the accurate time. If that's not you, wear a watch. A lot of good watches are shockproof, and antimagnetic, and waterproof, and self-winding, and even electric. But ask if any of these watches come with a guarantee of accuracy. No. They can't. Only Accutron can and does. That's because all the parts that make a watch fast or slow have been left out of Accutron. Like the old fashioned balance wheel that Accutron replaced with a tuning fork, it keeps virtually perfect time. So much so that we guaranteei monthly accuracy within 60 seconds. Accutron is also shock- resistant.anti-magnetic.waterproof*, and electronic, A\so very reasonable. From $125 plus tax. for a CAREFREE S.A.H.* VACATION Bow/ at EMPIRE BOWL THE QUALITY REQUIRED WITH THE ECONOMY DESIRED When the temperature is HOT and fun's in order, visit Empire Bowl ... air conditioned for your comfort. Join one of our Leagues — for him and her! Phone 793-2525 *Stoy ot Horn. 24 Automatic Brunswick Lanes for your Bowling pleasure BOWLING and BILLIARDS From 9 A.M. to 2 A.M. at REDLANDS' RECREATION CENTER COFFEE SHOP Open 24 Hours a Day. 7 Days a Week*. 118 E. State Downtown Redlands f W« will odiuil to IH> lol"""". " GvoranlM I. (or or. full y«or.^ I., trvilol oni) crown alt inloct. EMPIRE BOWL 840 W. Colton Ave. Redlands Thinking About a New Wardrobe for Your Vacation? If so NOW is the Time to Take Advantage of Our - ON Spring Dresses 'A to 'A OFF Brand Names Known for Top Styling See Our Fine Selection of JANTZEN Swim Suits Corinne's SMART SHOPPE 35107 Yucaipa Blvd. Yucaipa VACATION T/ME ... ) BE SURE! BE SAFE! SET OF 4 6.70x15 SET OF 4 rtmeus All-Weather "42'' «ritii 3.T Nylon and Tufsyn Rubber BIACKWAU pliB t», * oW tiit$ 7.50x14 SET OF 4 Tubeless economy «re»,All-Weit»ier"42" with Tufsyn rubber and 3-T Nylon 4 tit tires 8.00x14 SET OF 4 All-Weather "42" for larger cars and wagens. Has Tufsyn rubber and 3-T Nylon BIACKWAU NO MONEY DOWN • FREE M0UNTIN6 FULL SET AS LOW AS sl.25 WEEKLY mplete car iplete Shocl<, Muffler, ery Service Service Store 112 W. Stote Ph. 793-2935

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