Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on January 28, 1964 · Page 6
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6 - Tuesday, Jan. 28, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts Advice Is: Choose Idols Carefully By KATHY PETERSON Newspaper Enterprise Assn. Dear Kathy: Is it good to try to be like someone you admire? I think Jacqueline Kennedy is marvelous. — Thoughtful. Dear Thoughtful: Yes, it is good to select a person whose accomplishments set a standard we would like to attain. I was an Amelia Earhart fan myself. But, it wasn't her tousled hairdo or the way she wore her flight trousers that intrigued me. It was her adventuresome spirit which highlighted contributions women could make to the future. But, you don't have to be a SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads physical carbon copy of the individual you admire. What the person looks like has little to do in the end with what she is — and this is what you unconsciously reach for. Both the late Miss Earhart and Eleanor Roosevelt, and now Mrs. John F. Kennedy, showed by their actions, their courage, their dignity and their inner strength in crises what it means to be a complete woman. Mrs. Kennedy's controlled handling of her grief before the eyes of the world evoked more personal admiration than her fad-setting clothes and hairdos ever did. The beginning of a new year is an excellent time to think about where you are going and what you want to be. fttake VACATION PLANS Urn! No Service Charge CLEM Iluijl/ft^ Wj SERVICE CLEM IAU LAURA CREATURA 298 E. CITRUS Phone 793-2555 REDLANDS Women Have | Greek Princess Unhappiest Feet i Startles Girls Five times as many women; 0/7 DoTHl YlSlt as men suffer with unhappy | feet, a survey has determined.' Princess Irene, on her visit i The extreme shoe styles worn-, to this country with her mother, en select for everyday wear. Queen Frederika of Greece, got styles that cramp the foot and h er w j s |, when she asked to see distort its natural shape a r e, a , ypical girb . dormitory on the mainly responsible. Spike heels, for instance, may be fine for the theatre, but not for an afternoon of shopping or walking. High heels throw the entire body out of line, exerting pressure on the spinal cord and strain on the nerves that branch out to the back of the head. The natural swinging move-j ment of the foot is impossible in high heels; they make one pound along instead, jarring theij whole body. There is no better j» way to mutilate the feet. I* American women spend al- > j campus at Barnard College in New York City. Going through the hallways, she passed girls with their hair up in pincurls and wearing dungarees — approved for inside hours in the dorm only. The amazed looks on the faces of the girls were only natural when they found their visitor to be a member of the Greek royal household. most a half-billion dollars every 5 Recommended by a New York beauty authority is the boutique look. It is based on golden tones from make-up and lipstick shades. The model (left) sets the stage by applying a moisturizing liquid with a golden beige shade. Building on this, she smooths on a silk powder, also with the golden hue. and highlights her eyes (center) with an antique gold eye shadow. She heightens the over-all look with a vibrant red lipstick (right) with gold overtones. Note her simple but sophisticated hairdo gained by using a wiglet. for the BEST in Hair Care call — Sasket O'fieautif 793-5585 Now under new management of — Geneva Anglin & Blanche Wright The Finest Stylists to Serve You — • CHARLES • KATHY • DOT • KAREN • LOUISE • IVY • GENEVA • BLANCHE 1154 Brookside Ave. (Market Basket Shopping Center) Check that urge to run screaming for (he hills as the jparty pace quickens to a fast gallop. You can keep in the beauty saddle with little effort. Try a golden boutique look in make-up for your holiday ventures. Even the decorations will be envious. One secret to maintaining a relaxed outlook is keeping your make-up fresh for a number of hours. Begin with a moisturizing liquid foundation. One is designed to hide little complexion imperfections which pop out Does a Hearing Aid Harm the Hearing? Take it from me — definitely "NO." On the contrary — the use of a hearing instrument may actually improve the hearing because if puts the partially used hearing organ back to work. HAROLD L. PAHL Certified Hearing Aid Audiologist 16-7th St. Redlands 793-5646 Most Popular Of Wig lets Most popular hairpiece, according to a recent poll, and the one received with most enthusiasm is the self-tending hairpiece. Women wearers find it t h c most useful. It's a thick, simple fall of hair, slightly streaked, and built on a four- by-three inch scrap of net. This is pinned on, needing only four bobby pins, with the wearer's own front hair covering the front part. When not in use, this wiglet resets itself — rolled up like a little carpet and staying rolled in a hairnet or plastic bag. Disappointment was expressed by some women in the hairpiece which required frequent appointments at the hair-dresser's and they found they used it less frequently for this reason. iwhen we least want them, j Your golden, silky looking icomplextion for the boutique effect actually comes from a compact—a golden beige tone in a | silk powder with foundation I make-up. Recommended to j heighten the golden look is a new golden-red lipstick, possibly lone which combines lipstick and lip liner in one. Outline your lips, blot, powder lightly and reapply lipstick. The color should hold. A final, intriguing make-up touch highlights the eyes. An antique gold eye shadow color with a brown cast may be used Hairloom Did you inherit a plain bar pin? Turn it into a magnet for 1 admiring glances by tucking two I fresh carnations into it. Bar jpins, incidentally, are among ;the most versatile of small | treasures. They can secure a jfilm scarf or bow, or accent a ! pocket on a tailored blouse or I skirt. Wrap It Right When you give your teenager her first lipstick, wrap it up in some good advice. Point out that cosmetics are meant to be washed off as well as put on. A fresh layer of lipstick is not applied over an old layer nor is fresh powder dabbed over an old layer. Also this practice, if continued, tends to clog pores and encourage skin problems that often are difficult to cure. as a sliader just below the eyebrows — or on. the lids, depending upon which area is the most prominent. Or. if you prefer, try a silver-smoke shade touched with gray for highlighting. Top this off by lengthening your lashes with one of the new, longer lash applicators. Your make-up chores end for the evening when you apply your eyeliner and eyebrow pencil, both in brown to match the golden look. Top this shining look with a simple coiffure. One silhouette is close to the head. It sweeps up for evening and brushes : clown for daytime, sportive occasions. Just the knowledge I that hairdos look elegant but are easv to do helps you re- llax. I We Specialize in £ All Types of Permanent * Waves and Tints * ear because of foot ailments'* BRUSH BACK Permanent* — jj Speciol $4.50 l Tired handbags or belts can 5 No Setting Necessary i be revived by covering a worn $ MeninnP RPfSUtV SHflD i or stubborn spot with a strik !J nUHUIH. PCOUIJ JHUp| ing medallion pin. A favorite \W° Mentone Blvd. Mentone hat will look newly made-to-or ° P" J.,^ Appt " der with the addition of an un- { SALLY YATES - OWNER J usual brooch or hatpin. Delighted in Beauty The Celts of ancient Britain genuinely delighted in beauty of form and detail and in flamboyant treatment of plant and animal forms. In this, they resembled the artists of the Middle Ages, especially as both mixed love of beauty with feeling for the fantastic and grotesque, according to the Encyclopaedia Britannica. 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Adele Cambria attack- Ithe tendency to content them-led the Italian male's refusal to TURIN, Italy (UPl) — The;selves with making a figure ego of the Italian male is get- rather than striving to realize ting its comeuppance these days! themselves ... the man doesn't — and the Italian women are responsible. This peculiar situation results from the fact that several Italian newspapers have started women's pages—something new for this .country. Instead of devoting themselves exclusively to beauty and household hints, Italy's women journalists have been using much of their newsprint space to launch all-out war on the men. So far there has been no counter-attack. And some observers see the women's battle as the beginning of the end of the myth of the "Latin lover." Sociologically, the phenomenon undoubtedly is part of the growing emancipation of women in Italy, and may be a healthy sign of a general trend toward self-criticism among a people not notably given to introspection. Some of the most conspicuous, and thoughtful, attacks on the men have appeared in Turin's aspire to an effective superiority (in the family) . . ." After then accusing the male of lack of moral courage, she wrote, "Naturally sociable and animated by cordiality, in practice he shows himself antisocial since his pretext to a singular personality makes him flee from including himself in the mass, showing laziness and disinterest toward community problems in which, often, he participates only with a sterile criticism. "The desire to affirm, whatever it may be, his own singularity deprives him, like the women, of a civic sense. In virtue of secret privileges ... he feels authorized to make himself known in public places, to talk loudly, to not respect pre­ cedences or rights of others, ready however to lose control if someone — even by simply passing him in a car — dares to act as he does." In a left-handed compliment if there ever was one. Miss tie involve himself in politics, and attributed his defects to the overwhelming dominance of the mother in Mediterranean society. "The Italian man adapts himself with good grace to this situation, a basically privileged mixture of harem and nursery," she wrote. The men who control the Italian newspapers may not have known what they were unleashing when they decided to give women their say. DOWNTOWN REDLANDS f L fit Two Ways to Gef The ONE Perfect Shade of Face Powder Made-to-order pressed powder or made-to-order loose powder! Either way, our beauty consultant will custom-blend a powder shade for your individual coloring. Keep your loose powder at home for complete make-ups. Take your pressed into-a- compact powder wherever in the world you go. $050 plus tax. COSMETICS - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' La Stamps, one o he most re-j conc i ude d by saying spected of aU Italian neuspa- Ita , jan man is the one pe -T s 'c.. ' AH. A r*„,„,~i „J with whom a woman can best La Stampa s Alba do. 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