The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Deschutes County, Or.) 1917-1963, May 09, 1962, Page 25, Image 25

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The Bend Bulletin, Wednesday, May 9, 1962
PRESIDENTS Bob Love, left, was recently elected president
of the Bend Lions Club for the coming year and will take over
the work handled this past year by Larry Keown, right. Both
men are playing leading roles in the Lions Home Show, being
held here this weekend.
Bright canisters perk up kitchen
A new line of canister sets, cake
servers, bread boxes and other
kitchen accessories adds colors to
the kitchen. The new line pail's
pumpkin with apricot colors and
lemon with butterscotch.
Symbols instead of letters tell
what's inside. The coffee can has
a coffee plant design on it ; the tea
can. a tea tree design; the sugar
can, a sugar cane design.
DISPOSABLE SPREADER
Here's how to provide yourselt
w ith a supply of cheap, disposable
glue spreaders. Cut half-inch slic
es off a small wooden scrubbing
brush using a power saw. Each
slice will make an ideal glue
spreader and will cost you only
alxiut two cents.
CLOSE-QUARTER TIP
When a regular saw frame will
not fit into a work area requir
ing a hacksaw cut, split a heavy
dowel in half lengthwise. Insert
blade and wrap dowel and sand
wiched blade with friction tape,
to provide a workable temporary
handle.
J & M
NEW AND USED FURNITURE CO.
Welcomes You To The
BEND HOME SHOW
SEE
THE BED TIME STORY
of a CENTURY
Our two booths will present the
Past and Present Yesterday and Today
Decides he just
wasn't cut out
for performing
HOLLYWOOD (UPt) Give a
man the opportunity to become a
television star and chances are
he'd upstage his grandmother to
get at the big money and glory
that goes with the home viewing
box.
Rare is the bird who wallows
in fame and greenbacks for 10
montlis on his own show and then
kicks the habit cold.
Such a one is John Chancellor
of NBC-TV's "Today" program.
With everything going for him
Chancellor, a studious, articulate
individual, tendered his resigna
tion recently to return to the
spartan delights of being a news
man. Left At Homo
"I wasn't cut out to be a per
former," Chancellor said, peering
over his dark rimmed glasses.
"It isn't my kind of work. I felt
like a sports writer who never
goes out to a ball game.
"When I took over for Dave
Garroway last July I thought I
could continue to cover the big,
breaking stories. But it is impos
sible to take off for some place
like Viet Nam when you have a
daily show."
Globetrotter Chancellor has re
ported news stories in Kussia,
the Middle East, Europe, North
Africa and Cuba. Now he has a
yen to cover the Far East.
"Guess I'm just plain rest
less," he explained. "Nothing is
"V'li if
CONTEMPORARY Bold contrast is the keynote of this
modern patio. Blacks and whites of beams and paneling are
repeated in tha abstractionist masks. Simplicity of line is
maintained, but effect is warm and informal.
more fun than being on the spot
where news is being made.
"I've enjoyed working the To
day' show, which did provide me
with a certain amount of notorie
ty. For instance a woman ap
proached me to ask, 'Aren't you
whatchamacallit on television?'
When I answered in the affirma
tive she said, 'I like your show.'
"But it doesn't pay to become
well-known as a newsman. I ran
into a little trouble back in 1957
while covering the Little Rock
stories. The crowds sometimes
became a little hostile."
Chancellor shuns Uie limelight.
The word glamour fits him like
a Jaync Mansfield sweater on
Audrey Hepburn.
"I didn't sell any of the prod
ucts during commercials," Chan-
cellor added. "Somehow it just
didn't appeal to me."
Back To News
The 34-year-old "future former
host of the show" (as he puts
it) will remain with NBC's news
department covering special
events.
"I'm looking forward to my
new duties," he grinned, "if for
no other reason than to catch up
on my resL I figure the network
owes me about eight months
sleep.
"The show required me to get
up every morning at 3:30. But I
have no complaints at all. The
program has been enjovable. I
was well paid ard I met a good
many interesting people.
"But I am not an entertainer
and I hope never to become one."
HOME SHOW SPECIAL
Prices Effective Thursday, Friday and Saturday
GLIDDEN
SPRED-SATIN
Reg. 6.79
Gallon
g&8
MATCHING ENAMEL
1.77
Reg. 2.62
Quart
GLIDDEN RUSTIC
Redwood Stain
Gallon
WHITE BRISTLE
PAINT BRUSHES
Your Choice
PRICE i
See our booth at Bend's
own Home Show, Dem
onstrations by factory
representative.
DICKS LINOLEUM
AND TILE
826 Wall
Phone EV 2-5136