NOTES BEST SELLERS Fiction THE SPY TIVHO CAME IN FROM THE COLD — John Le Carre THE GROUP — Mary McCarthy . THE VENETIAN AFFAIR Helen Madnnes THE WAPSHOT SCANDAL John Cheever THE HAT ON THE BED — John O'Hara THE MARTYRED •— Richard E. Kim THE SHOES OF THE FISHERMAN — Morris West VON RYAN'S EXPRESS — David Westheimer NAKED CAME I — David Weiss THE FANATIC — Meyer Levin ON HER MAJESTY'S SECRET SERVICE — Ian Fleming THE LIVING REED — Pearl Buck I Nonaction PROFILES IN COURAGE -1 John F. Kennedy FOUR DAYS — American Heri Uge and U.P.L MANDATE FOR CHANGE - Dwigfat D. Eisenhower A DAY IN THE LIFE OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY -| Jim Bishop J.F^: THE MAN AND THE MYTH — Victor Lasky THE GREEN FELT JUNGLE —Ed Reid and Ovid Demaris CONFESSIONS OF AN ADVERTISING MAN - David Ogilvy RASCAL — Sterling North Opera Star Changes Hats To Create New Wardrobe "Image" On Travels By CAY PAULEY UPl Women's Editor NEW YORK - Hats go with high C's in the career world's bright new stars. Gianna d'Angelo, coloratura o£ the Met, La Scala and con cert stage, uses hats to change face. She explained that with her singing schedule — she figures she flies about 50,000 miles a year — she must of necessity travel light So she makes up her ward' robe with a few basic suits and and dresses and creates a new image for various occasions simply by changing hats. Such as, a hat for plane arrival, a hat for an interview, a hat for after-performance suppers drawn from her collection of 50 chapeaux. Granted, she said, this slight of hat trick would mean a lot of spacetaklng boxes on a plane, but she's whipped this problem too. She ships her hats in specially constructed canvas boxes by air freight to the city of her next appearance. The auburn-haired beauty from Bristol, Conn., said there wete other reasons why she's developed this wardrobe tech nique. "For one thing, I've always loved hats," she said. "I think the face gives the first impres- The Bright Smile of . . Good HEARING! is there a child In your home who isn't hearing as well as he or she should? Wouldn't you love to see this bright smile when his hearing is improved with a Modern Hearing Aid? It will open up a bright new world of sound for him. HAROLD L. PAHL Certified Hearing Aid Audiologist 16-7th St. Redlands 793-5646 sion. A woman is looked at, photographed and talked to 90 per cent of the lime from the shoulders up. A .man looks at a woman's face first, then maybe the legs." She has found "taxi drivers are very sensitive to hats," which helps her grab a cab while others wave or whistle in vain. Miss d'Angeb during a brief break in singing engagements took us on a tour of closets in her New York apartment to show some of the 50, some of them made for her by Sally Victor, New York, and most by Anny, a milliner in IMilan, Italy, where the singer now also has a borne. She said she never throws a hat away — "A good hat doesn't go out of style." She produced a cerise and green velvet turban she's had since 1^6. Out came a cocktail cloche in soft brown velvet in its third year. And out came her newest addition — a Victor design of white Panama straw with wide brim and huge black taffeU bow at the front The collectioc includes a brown mink cartwheel and a chinchilla-trimmed grey velvet also of outside proportions. "Two of my favorites," said the singer. "I never wear either without getting a compliment Aren't we women vain, though!" There are tailored felts with scoop brims for daytime, chiffons and organzas and all-over plumed hats for dress-up, a jewel trimmed black silk snood for cocktails. 'I believe in hats sporty for morning, elegant for afternoon striking for evening," said Miss d'Angelo. The soprano was bom Jane Angelovich, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Angelovich of Bristol. She changed to Gianna d'Angelo when she went to Italy to study. Miss d'Angelo has been singing smce she was two and one- half years old and appeared on a children's program on NVDRC. She also toured as a child, singing, dancing and playing the piano. "I was the New England Shirley Temple," she laughed. Her first opportunities in opera were abroad after study in New York and Italy. She made her debut in July, 1954 as Gilda at Rome's Bath of Caracalla. Since, she has sung in almost every western European city that has an opera company, appeared at the major music festivals, done recordings, television appear ances and crisscrossed the United States dozens of times Everything's coming up^ £ Helena Rabinstein's new Pink Tulip Fashion Stick-fal)oloos slim lipstick and lipliner in one! Helena Rubinstein puts gpring in the pink with new Pink TUlip Fashion Stick and matdiing Pink TVilip Compact All abloom with pretty, perky tulips! Fashion Stick's ibape-control oval tip gi^-es a perfect outline as it colors. In a bouquet of 8 spring-kisied shades. Pink T\ilip Compact holds Silk Fashion...the dimensional make-up that brings your prettiest features into focus. 8 complexion-true khades. Each 1.50 plus tax. naaanm jiiNCEj Iter IPink Tulips! PflAKMACtSTS Helena Rubinstein 12 E. State, Redlands Poul Hallum Phone Jerry Hoislip 793-3195 Bride-to-be mcasnres the sitnafion (left) to see what, exercise and dieting she needs to ^t in shape for her wedding. She schedules an exercise period just before a tub bath so she can soak away any muscle aches. -This she foUows with a soap and yrater fadal. Thorough shampooing (inset) includes scrubbtog away the film of natural hair oils and cosmetic residue at the hairline. Contmuing her prewedding grooming, she reads up on etiquette (right) whUe domg her manicure. She soaks her fingers in warm soapsuds to soften cuti- de and remove steins. The bride-to-be has so many demands on her time and energy that former daily routines get lost in the prepartory shuffle. But, this definitely is not the time to cut down your beauty homework. In fact step it up. The plamest of women can look radiant on her wedding day. However you see yourself in the mirror, with daily care you will be at your clear-skinned best While counting the days until the nuptials, also count the caL ones. You will find yourself nib' bling away at fattemng desserts while making the rounds of parties and bridal showers. The pounds creep up. So watch your diet and do daily exercises to redistribute any excess pounds that threaten to settle in the waistline and hips. For your complexion, begin each day with a brisk scrub and relax in a tub of warm suds in the evening. This helps soften the skin, cleanses the pores and prevents blemishes caused by soil and cosmetic film. Fit in a lathery facial each day and include your neck and shoulders. While reading up on engage ment and wedding etiquette, treat your hands to a manicure. First, shape your nails with light strokes of an emery board. Then, soak your hands, one at a time, in a dish of warm, sudsy water. If you have cuticle prob lems, soak fingers in baby or olive oil first then the suds. Rinse and push cuticles back with a towel. Dry nails and either huff them to a liigh luster Low Cut Gowns Present Challenge Are you ready to slip into a dress that might make even Jayne Mansfield blush? Obviously couturiers beUeve you are. There was a hint last fall that extremely low necklines were on their way in, but few foot such designs seriously. This spring, however, style leaders slashed dresses almost as far as they can go and still be bothered with tops. To look your best in the low designs, your arms, shoulders, back and chest need special attention. Start by scrubbing briskly with a complexion brush or loofah to brush away scaly skin. The chest and neck often show signs of aging before the face does because they do not get as constant complexion care. After your bath, splash on an astringent to tighten the to do opera and concerts. She made her debut with the Metropolitan Opera April 5, 1961, and has a contract with the company until 1966. skin. At night before going to bed smooth a moisturizing cream over these areas to combat dryness that makes the, skin appear old. Exercises play a big part in putting your best cleavage for ward. Here are a few: After a bath, rub your towel up and down across your back, keeping your elbows bent out Stand erect and swing your arms as though you were doing a backstroke. (Or climb in a swimming pool and actually do it) Again standing erect, bring your arms forward parallel with the floor and clap hands together. Swing them to the back and clap again as high as you can. Do the exercises 10 times and work up to 20. All this activity on your part to get in shape may carry over to the fellows. At least their eyes should get some exercise. Facts Classified Ads Can Sell Anything Call 793-3221 iSeautif Chat by Mary Lou Thurber We Are Eying The Lips It has been such a long time since we chatted but our news today is most exciting. Our cosmetic department and Revlon are interested in the "Most Beautiful Revton Lips" in Redlands. The Rexall Drug is sponsoring a contest to find them. The entrance (jualifications are so simple, I hope each and all of you young wonderM t e e n- agers will enter time and time again. Here are your qualifications: Group I — Girls 12-16 years of age, resident of Redlands. Group U — Girls 16-20 years of age, resident of Redlands. Come into our cosmetic department, bk)t your lips on our entrance blanks available to you, with or without any purchase. Fill in your name, address and school; deposit the blank in the contest box. We will run this contest from today through the entire month of April. Judging Nvill be done by the following: Representative of Redlands Rexall Drug; A local Revlon representa- Utive; A Revlon Zone Manager; and get this, gals. . . One young student from each — Junior High School, Sem'or High School and the University of Redlands. Now that you have all the qualifying rules, here is a list of the prizes; Two Fifty Dollar Gift Certificates redeemable in Revlon merchandise — (one for the 1216 age group and one for the 16-20 age group.) Ten Revlon make up kits; and 12 Revbn Medicated kits. Winners will be announced the first week in May, 1964. Now an of j-ou bvely young teen-agers and future Miss Americas, I hope to see you in my cosmetic department time and time again during the month of AJHTI. Have fun during your Spring Vacation. See you— Mary Leu Redlands Rexall Drug.. No. 1 East SUte Street or apply polish. Since the wedding veil attracts special attention to your hairdo experiment now, not the day before the wedding, on a flatter' ing, simple style. Extreme hairdos bring a jar ring note to the bridal scene and also are troublesome to care for on the wedding trip. Redlands Daily facts Intsiiy, Apr. 7, 19M ~ 7 Guide For World's Fair Visitors New York is not merely the World's Fair, contrary to any rumors yon may have heard. It's a "summer festival," to borrow a phrase from the Convention and Visitors Bureau and it offers both natives and visitors a variety of entertainment Filling the void preoccupation with the Fair may have caused. Contributing Editor Leo Lerman, in the April issue of "Mademoiselle", supplies the reader with a four-page map-guide of Gotham, pinpointing landmarks, art galleries, curio shops, theatres, and restaurants — complete with price key and relevant commentary. All the fascination of the Village is viewed, from the coffee houses to the Eighth Street bookstores to off-Broadway theatres. Fifth Avenue, cutting a north-south path through the city, begins at Washington Arch and boasts the Empire State building, famous shopping, posh beauty salons, and museums imlimited. Mr. Lerman — one of those rarities, a native New Yorker — knows his city as few do. Bom in a Manhattan brownstone, he's lived in the same neighborhood all his life, discovered the rest of the island by the down-to-earth method of walking all its streets at least three times. His guide to Gotham is an authoritative view of the city, accompanied by the where-to- go and what-to-do hints that will add enjoyment to every visitor's stay. Travel Abroad This Year! CLEM LAU CLEM lAU 298 E. CITRUS SERVICE LAURA CREATURA Phone 793-2555 REDLANDS SaJket O'Seautif offers YOU Hairstyles with Sprrng Radiance Sfy/Jjfs.— • CHARLES • KATHY • DOT • IVY • KAREN • LOUISE • GENEVA & BLANCHE to serve you. EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT dial — 793.5585 (Market Basket Shopping Center) 1154 BrootcsFde Ave., Redlands New! 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