Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 19, 1965 · Page 30
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Redlands Daily Facfs Wed., May 19. 1965 - 1 1 COAST NEAR CARMEL — Some of the most scenic coastiand in California is the region around Cormel and the famous 17-mile drive that starts at Pebble Beach and continues to Monterey. Features are the exotic Monterey Cypress frees that grow in weird shapes on the windswept coast. Point lobos and its beautiful state park are another attraction. (Union Pacific Railroad photo) Beware of false budgefing' for trip Newspaper Enterprise Service ^ every night at '21' if you were The single woman who hasj'n New York. Have a hearty worked hard during the year'breakfast, skip or have a light owes herself a good vacation, j 'unch and look for a companion One way to siphon off day-today pleasure on a trip, especial-i ly when in another country, is to tie plans in knots with false budgeting. This view by a New Yorker with a piquant approach to travel is outlined in a new book, "Follow Me." In it the author, Jean Baer, draws on her experiences of 16 trips alone to all parts of the world. In her book and during a relaxed chat in her Manhattan apartment decorated with mementoes of "singular" excursions. Miss Baer makes these points: Don't waste money on food abroad. "You wouldn't dine to buy you dinner." Allow S20 to $25 a day. Stay in the better hotels in a large city to meet the type of people you would enjoy. Spend less in smaller towns. Don't include clothes or furniture bought in another country as part of your travel budget. "Wouldn't you buy a suit, coat books, possibly china, during the year at home? Save that money and buy them on your trip," she says. Avoid tours planned by U.S. travel agents. "They all hate me," she laughed, "but for the woman alone it is best to arrange for your own travel ticket and perhaps one night at a hotel. Then let the concierge help you plan your tours. Join with others and route your own sightseeing. It's cheaper and more fun." Scout major stores in foreign cities to learn the prices of anything you plan to buy. Then you can shop the sidestreet boutiques, knowing what prices are in the area. In flea markets, start at half the price named. You will go up and the merchant comes down. Always haggle. Shop sales. Ship home old clothes (clothes worn during the trip) and carry home as much as you can in the way of dishes, accessories or a roll of wall-paper, as she did. Send your bags home with an I.O.U. to the airline for overweight. PICK YOUR SIZE & PRICE SIZE — TUBELESS Black Price White Wall 7:00-14/7:35-14 <:50.15/7:35-15 17.95 20.75 7:50-14/7:75-14 «:70-15/7:7S-15 19.35 22.20 «:D0-14/8:2S-14 7:10-15/8:15-15 22.65 24.60 1:50-14/8:55-14 7:«0-15/8:45-15 24.00 26.80 »:00-14/8:85-14 8:00-15/8:85-15 28.50 Ifs Time for Vacations ... SAFE TRIPS with a GUARANTEE of SAFE TIRES FULL 4-PLY Rayon Construction — Safer . . . Stronger PREMIUM BUILT — Highest Quality and Service NEW COOPER CHLORO- BUTYL "Safety Liner" — Holds Air 5 Times Better NEW WIDER "Wrap-Around" Tread — More Control . . . More Traction NEW "POWERSYN" Rubber — Up to 33V3 More Mileage Compact Car Sizes Also Available *AII prices shown ore plus Fed. Ex. Tax Ask About Cooper's NEW "NO-LIMIT" FULL SERVICE TIRE GUARANTEE $ 95 Plus Tax and Recappable Tire i.OO X 13 Black Tubeless Phone 793-5422 601 W. STATE ST. CLAPP'S TIRE SERVICE REDLANDS Don't be afraid to stay in third-class hotels in northern Europe and in rooms without a bath, except perhaps in Latin countries where first-class hotels are a better choice. Miss Baer also makes a very strong point of seeking off-beat resort areas where the rates are cheap and the people interesting. "Consider," she said strongly, "going to a winter resort area if your home is near the beach. If you want to meet people, avoid off-season months such as July and August in Par­ is when most leave town. Tell your friends and acquaintances where yoa are gong. They'll probably write a letter to someone." "Whatever you do," she further advised, "dress well. Look terrific and aim up and not down in your approach to reservations and places you want to go. "I never had a truly bad experience with any m.an I met traveling alone," she revealed, "but don't expect miracles. You travel with your own personal- tiy." Facts Classified Ads Can Sell Anything CaU 793-3221 New recreation area in Northern California Vactioners will be interested in a recreation area the size of the State of Connecticut now being established by Congress in Northern California. As proposed by President Johnson, it's the first of its kind in California. Called Whiskeytown-Shasta-Trinity, it was named after three large manmade lakes which attract thousands of people annually. The area is about 125 miles south of the Oregon border, but first-time visitors are in for surprises. Altitudes of the lakes, for example, range only from 1,065 feet to about 2,400 feet, and they never freeze. G^graphers classify them as being in the Pacific Northwest, but to get to them you drive through streets lined with palm trees. And water on Shasta lake is warmer in summer than the ocean off Los Angeles. The three lakes offer a wide variety of resorts along with camping accessible in some places by water only. REDLANDS AWNING AUTO UPHOLSTERY PATIO and LAWN FURNITURE RE-COYERED 416 ORANGE ST. PHONE 792-2752 PLAN A SAFE VACATION! Have Your "MUFFLER" INSPECTED BEFORE YOU LEAVE! • factory Replacemnts • Custom Installation • Litet'me Guaranteed Mufflers Pipe Bending from 1" to 2V2" ROYAL MUFRER • CHROME GOODIES • CLASSIC WAX • AUTO STEREO 601 N. EUREKA PY 2-4975 Use Your BankAmericard Before You Go on Your VACATION . . . HAVE YOUR SAFETY EQUIPMENT INSTALLED Seat Belts $A INSTALLED V 00 set Headrest nApo INSTALLED Mm'T INSTALLED CHILD'S SAFETY HARNESS $595 GEORGE & VAUGHN'S SEAT-COVERS • AUTO TOPS COMPLETE AUTO CLASS & UPHOLSTERY 612 N. Eureka St. Call 792-4705, Redlands Hitch onto Buick '65 Enjoy your vacation and outings with miles of trouble-tree, efficient trailer and boat towing. Buick is primarily designed as a passenger car, however, towing heavy trailers for extended periods will affect the life and behavior of any automobile and its com­ ponents. For this reason, Buick offers you a complete range of optional equipment to enable you to match your trailering requirements with complete peace of mind. Wouldn't you really rather hitch your trailer fo o '65 Buicfc? BERT S. HATFIELD East Redlands Blvd. From 7th to 8th Phone 793-3238 THE BIG BUICK CORNER

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