The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California on May 18, 1975 · 232
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The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California · 232

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4 Sun, May 18. 1975 G Special Advertising Supplement lmmh 7MKinM mm L3U1 SUN WITH CAUTION Hoping for a glorious tan this summer? It's easy to forget how strong the sun's rays really are. Remember that the greatest risk of sunburn is around noon. The safest time to sunbathe is before 11 a.m. and after 2 p.m. When sunbathing, be sure and take lotions along that moisturize and protect, using "sunblock" creams or lotions for sensitive areas, such as the nose, backs of knees, etc. If your skin is fair, dont try for a deep tan. Take the sun in very small doses, using sunscreens and sunblocks. If your skin is average, and capable of forming enough pigment to tan through gradual exposure, take it slowly with protection from sunscreens. If your skin is olive-toned, you should still take the sun slowly as sun damage can cause weathering and wrinkling. Country Store Features Cheese People recognize Hickory Farms branded foods as an "investment" in good eating. They come back again and again for more, says the popular store. The same applies to the great selection of 126 kinds of domestic and imported cheese found in a Hickory Farms store. Cheese is featured at Hickory Farms, and it makes the group truly America's leading cheese stores, they report. Hickory Farms are located in the Glendale Fashion Center. Hickory Farms goes a step further by providing foods which taste and smell as good as they did in Grandma's time. r you've heard of. buttermilk butterball butterilngers buttercup butter bean butterscotch butter nut butterfly what about DUTTERNIP. TM It's a bashful, mild cheese with just a touch of nip...great for tracking and cooking. Tasta a sample before you buy I $2.49 CUT FRESH TO ANY SIZE iff OF OHIO GLENDALE FASHION CENTER 21 1 N. Glendale Ave., Glendale 242-2803 AMERICA'S LEADING CHEESE STORES Old fashioned decor marks Hickory Farms, Glendale. FANTASY, FUNCTION Fashion Worlds BY PAT PRESTON Trends for 75 reveal two separate worlds of fashion. One leans toward romanticism and fantasy in richer fabrics, softness and fluidity, the other toward a natural and functional lifestyle. Nothing could be more utilitarian than the army fatigues that are on the fashion horizon in earthy colors of khaki or olive drab. The prevailing mood of fashion is one of ease and fullness. The chemise returns as the basis for the feminine dress for 75. Variations on this styling are achieved by sashed waists or smocked, tucked or gathered yokes some barely skim the body; others are as voluminous as tents. The natural story for summer in both color and fabric is primary. Cotton is spotlighted and looks fresh and new as it did in the ready-to-wear collections in Paris. Surface interest is strong as in silk, linen and flax. The color forecast includes natural colors from bone to khaki. Pastels are favored in coral, blue and green hues. Other fashion tones are pink, aqua, violet and yellow. Bicentennial favorites of red, white and blue are great. Accessories will be a major part of the fashion scene. All important will be the small traingular scarf tied at the throat or used as a head covering. Pearls and beads will be reflecting softer color tonalities. Handbags will become softer and more feminine. ITIhe reat Getaway apeir ' It's dusk in a busy metropolitan area. Those less fortunate dig in for a long weekend of fighting traffic and crowds. But not you. You're on the road to somewhere; anywhere you want to be going. You're one of the lucky ones. At least you could be one of the lucky ones. If you're not, why wait. A recreational vehicle just right for you is probably advertised today in the Classified Section of The Times. Get lucky. Look now. Times Classified Ads Iff MMffe The Glendale Fashion Center PRESENTS MEMORIAL DAY s HON GLENDALE AVE f 1 3 Blocks N. of m i i Knlnradn m l H (3 Blocks South of Vii Ventura-Pasadena Fwys.) ?f If A U ' -T SAL E OPEN SUNDAYS A 14 The Brass Tree Churchill's Ceramic Gardens & The Art Affair Desmond's Draper's Fred's Camera and Card Shop Hickory Farms Joseph Magnin Kinney Shoes La Petite Boutique Maggi's The Show Off Singer Company Slavick's Toni's Waltah Clarke's Wetherby-Kayser The Men's Room Northcott's Jr. J.W. Robinson Security Pacific National Bank See's Candy

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