The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on July 11, 1965 · Page 54
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The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 54

Racine, Wisconsin
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Sunday, July 11, 1965
Page 54
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Up at dawn. Rush for the airport. Jet to the city. "Taxi!" Dash for the meeting. Go, go, go all day. Now what? Face that trip back? Brother! — great way to bust a spring. Unwind tonight at Sheraton. Sheraton understands keyed-up executives like you. We know the kind of food and comfort you need. You will live better. You just might live longer. Keyed-up executives unwind at Sheraton Sheraton Hotels Motor Inns Coast-to-coast in the United States, in Hawaii, Canada and overseas / Stieraton stiares are listed on a the New York Stock Exchange. The Diners' Club and Shell Oil Co. cards honored for all hotel services. I .^m J s For Insured Reservations at Guaranteed Rates, call any Sheraton Hotel or Sheraton Reservation Office. s F OR PICNICS, our family likes the new-fashioned kind. "Quick-nics" we call them because they're mostly spur-of-the-moment and their fixings are so easy and quick. Here are four quick-nics we remember as our most unusual. They delighted us as much as they did our children—Nancy, 12, and Jay, 6. We hope your family will find them just as much fun. "Island" Picnic As a site, any river sandbar will do. So will any boat (a rented one is fine) that will ferry the family in comfort. Where do you find a river sandbar ready-made for picnicking? Sandbars come and go, according to season. Obviously the best season for a sandbar picnic is the driest when nearby rivers are low. For quick-nickers, a sandbar becomes an "island"— your private island where you explore its thatch of willows and plunder its treasure of driftwood, crayfish, and rocks lapped smooth as gem stones. Remember you've got to go pi-e- pared just as though bound for a A sandbar becomes a private island where quick-nickers can have fun. desert island. Once on your "island," there's no one to lend you that can opener you forgot—or salt and pepper, either. And you've got to bring along drinking and cooking water. If there's any secret to an island quick-nic, it's "keep it simple." Keep to the basics: hamburgers, buns, carrot sticks, potato chips, cookies, and soft drinks. Bring your own u Family Weekly, July 11,1!)65

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