Is jogging dangerous? And what about these new co-ed fraternities (the shock, the horror!)? Read all about it in your newspaper insert of choice - Parade.
This doesn't even make sense to me. Reading the article it almost sounds like the guys just want girls there to do chores and housekeeping. As far as turning greek organizations co-ed, I don't think this ever really caught on... but it makes for a scandalous headline.
Your little one will find the Gerber Choking Hazard Hot Dogs dee-lish!
It's ads like this that make me feel old. Almost a full page spread for a top? It seems so incredibly antiquated.
I love how the "proper", less comfortable recliner goes to Mom; whereas, it goes without saying that dad will be sprawled out in his comfy plush Continental Lounger (it just wouldn't be becoming of a lady to splay in such a manner).
Billy Casper teams with Revere... and Revere teams with Orlon.... so who does Orlon team with? (I'm lookin' at you Paris Co.)
Look through any old magazine and you're bound to find advertising promoting weight gain products. A wholly foreign concept today.
"Great Britain has been paying volunteer servicemen approximately 45 cents per LSD "trip." The object is to determine what LSD can do to troops or civilians during war. LSD comes under research of incapacitating agents, and those British soldiers who took the drug soon lost all sense of reality and could not adapt themselves to their environment. They could take no orders and behaved in general as if 'they were drunk.
British scientists specializing in chemical warfare thought that LSD might be packed as microfine powder into warheads and fired over a city or into enemy terrain, but experiments have proved that it is too expensive for widespread use in weapons.
While LSD may be too expensive for the British, it may turn out to be reasonable enough for our own chemical warfare experts."
And finally, we have an Intelligence Report on jogging which contains a truly glorious quote:
"Fortunately," Dr. Johnson explains, "jogging is a fad and it won't last long...if business executives would walk briskly 20 minutes twice a day, they would get all the exercise they need."