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As New York City’s famed Fighting Irish Regiment, the 165th, swung into parade action along Fifth Avenue, two huge Irish wolfhounds, complete with green blankets, set the pace in New York, March 17, 1956. The hounds, Patrick O’Brien, and Ch. McGillacuddy, appear as if parade is old hat to them they’re mascots of the regiment. An estimated 120,000 persons took part in the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade, the 120th anniversary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians in America. The scene is at Fifth Avenue and 55th Street. (AP Photo/John Lindsay)

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Anne Maguire, center, spokesperson for the Irish Lesbian and Gay Organization, speaks to the press on the steps of the New York Public Library along Fifth Ave where she announced the group’s plans for the upcoming St. Patrick’s Day parade, Wednesday, March 15, 1995, New York. Irish American homosexuals vowed to hold a march protesting their exclusion from the parade, despite a federal judge’s refusal to grant them a permit for the demonstration. The parade will step off on New York’s Fifth Ave. Friday, March 17,
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“Who their friends are is very important, because their friends help them make their decisions everyday,” she said.

“It was their friends that did it,” she said. “It’s horrible now they are going to have find out the hard way how life is. They have to grow up real fast.”

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Commercials directed at adults

Remember this funloving Levis commercial? It was called Laffin’ Levis, and it starts out, “Good Morning, World!” and gets progressively sillier, until the guy is almost yodeling, “Le he he he he vis! Haw Haw!” The video for Laffin’ Levis is now available!

You’ll remember this famous Calgon commercial. “Ancient Chinese Secret, huh?”

Is it butter or Chiffon Margarine? It’s not nice to fool Mother Nature!

Chubby Checker tells you about an amazing record offer (The Greatest Hits of Rock N Roll), and you’ll love the 1973 price: $6.98 for 4 records, $9.98 for 8 tracks.

Here’s another record offer (not sold in stores!), this time it’s Elvis: His Great Hits. $4.98 for 2 records, $6.98 for 8 track. So you don’t forget, order before midnight yesterday. It’s not sold in stores, now find out why.

If you think amazing record offers were bad, check out this hilarious and unconscionably long ad for a book of sheet music featuring popular songs. Buddy Greco hosts. A very chatty seven year old DeeT hurriedly reads the names of the songs as they scroll by. In any case, ya can’t lose: just match the tags and the clothes will match.

Serta Perfect Sleeper. This is an absolute classic, featuring Joey Heatherton.

Local TV Ad for Superior Dairies. Unless you’re from Austin you probably never heard it. But the values expressed here are so retro (more 50s than 70s)!

I almost didn’t include this one. Please please don’t accuse me of being racist. This is a trailer for an incredibly politically incorrect but wholly genuine “blaxploitation” film named (forgive me) Nigger Charlie.

Here’s a much milder trailer for another “blaxploitation” film, Coffy. It starred Pam Grier.

Kellogg’s Rice Crispies, wakin’ up, wakin’ up. Sing along if you remember it.

Fragrance ads have always been very emotional and conceptual. This one is also very seventies! I’ll bet no one remembers the fragrance, Steven B., but its flowery jingle can now live on.

The time is right for Pepsi Lite. We put a little lemonnytaste in and tookout half the cal o reez.

You’ll remember this cute commercial for Playtex Living Gloves. Aw, Harry.

In the 70s, when a family was excited about eating Chef Boy Adree for dinner, they’d sing “Boy oh boy ardee!”. What would it be today “not again ardee”?

Hey! are you a New Freedom lady? This feminine pad commercial features a very pretty jingle. Hope I said that right!

Some ads are sheer poetry. Wipe off the grease, wipe off the grime, you’re out of the oven in record time! Easy Off makes oven cleaning easier.

This ad for Hold cough medicine is deliberately noisy and obnoxious, cuz when you’re feeling sick you can’t handle it.

Give me the Campbell Life (Campbell’s Soup).

This is a record (or cassette or eight track!) that I never would have bought at the time. By now it would be great fun to have, though. It’s Summer ’76 (with bonus Sweathogs poster)!

You’ll remember the distinctive psychedelic synthesizer sound used in this short TV Guide spot.

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This is a great Happy Days outro, featuring announcements about upcoming shows. It really takes you back.

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Allens Cafe,Church Street,Preston c.1972: The street to the left with the no entry sign was Nile Street, now part of a car park. Who remembers Allens then? The former butchers, Mark Williams and Sons Ltd is the same company who had a branch on Orchard Street untila couple of years ago. Not sure what the corner shop was. Anyone?

Once again, most of what you will see in this weeks part 7 of the 60 and 70 Preston picture series has gone, never to return; however, there are still bits and pieces in some of the images that you may still recognise as being there in some form or other in the current day. In the above feature picture, the only remaining buildings are the ones on the west side of the lower end of what was North Road which is now called Church Row. Apart from those buildings there is just a portion of a building on the right which is just about currently in existence but has been vacant for some while.

Arkwright House on junction of Stoneygate Syke Hill, Preston c.1972: Not a view which is far removed from what you would see from this angle in the present day but the shop to the left painted in red has the window bricked up. Notice that to the right, the small white building is the Shepherd Street Mission premises at that time.

St Mary School, St. Mary Street, Preston c.1972: Another good old building which still remains to this day. Did any of the readers attend this school and if so, do you have any particular memories of the place?

Veiw from Tulketh Brow of former Lancaster Canal basin, Preston 1976: The canal certainly appeared to be popular then, with all the boats moored to at the banks. You also have a view of Progress, Shelley and Brookhouse Mills there in the background.

Kent Street Mill, Kent Street, Preston c.1978: I wouldn mind betting that there will be quite a few readers who worked at Bateson Bottling plant at some time or other. Did you?

Rear of Thithebarn Street, now known as the Grassy Knoll, Preston c.1978: Well, this one is quite unbelievable really!Only considering that the Bus Station is in the background can I recognise the location of this mess of old buildings. There will be those who will know that the building to the left side, faces Crooked Lane and that it was once the premises of the Theatre Snack Bar, a place I am informed that did the most amazing bacon barm cakes. I discovered that the building in the centre of the picture was at one time, probably owned by a brewery to dry barley, hops or similar.

St. Ignatius Central School, St. Ignatius Square, Preston c.1968: This was the St. Ignatius secondary modern school of its time. Way back in time up to 1965 you could start your education at the infants school, then on to primary school (one for girls and one for boys) then on to the Central School for boys or Senior Girls School for the girls; unless of course if you passed the 11+ exam then boys could go to Catholic College and Girls to Lark Hill Convent School.

The North Western public house., Church Street, Preston c.1975: This public house has had a great many names since it was built in the early 1840 Its present day name of Bear Paw is actually the name it started off with originally.

Coal Concentration Depot, Deepdale Street, Preston c.1972: Interestingly enough, this building used to be a terminus station for the Preston and Longridge Railway. On the land which the building oncestood you can still find the original footprint of this former station if you search around a little among the overgrown vegetation.

View of Goss Printers from Steam Mill with Canal Railway, Preston c.1972: It looks rather strange to see the railway running over the canal in this picture. My granddad worked at Goss Printing Presses; did any readers work there or have relatives who did?

Thomas Street, Preston c.1970: This is a half and half thing really as all the houses on the left side where swept away but those on the right side and in the distance still remain today.

Avenham Multi Storey Flats, from Stoneygate, Preston 1967: Not entirely a view you can see today as the path of Stoneygate changed with the restructuring of the area. Nowadays, Stoneygate leads all the way to Church Street on the path of the former St. John Place.

Butler Street Goods Warehouse from East Cliff Road, Preston c.1977: This view is virtually unrecognisable now as the large warehouses are no longer there and instead you would see Fishergate car park and the shopping centre. Only the houses to the right remain to this day.

Moor Park Mill, St. George Road, Preston c.1970: Another former mill which has been swept away to make way for a modern warehouse. The location of the former mill was about halfway between Garstang Road and St. Paul Road and on the north side of St. George Road.

Steam Mill and Thorn Company, Fylde Road, Preston 1972: A great picture of the old former Steam Mill which has now long gone. To the left you can see the Thorn Lighting building, a very busy workplace at one time. Anyone work there?
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The older I get, the harder I find it is to stay warm in winter, indoors or out, and I’m happy to share the measures I’ve found helpful, short of moving to the tropics. You don’t have to be a senior citizen to succumb to the known hazards of winter weather.

Of course, it helps to be financially able to implement the suggestions below, which is why I make it a point to donate dollars and goods to organizations that help protect the most vulnerable among us against cold related injury and illness.

Dress in Layers. Let’s start with the basics: What to wear. Layers of loose fitting clothing trap the body’s natural warmth, and do it best with an insulating inner layer (for example, Heattech by Uniqlo) and an outer layer resistant to wind and water. The less body area exposed, the warmer you’ll be. If your clothing gets wet, it loses much if not most of its protection, carrying heat away from the body instead of keeping it in. The warmest down filled garment is ineffective when wet.

British scientists who studied how people in eastern Siberia protect against the cold found that they typically wear four or more layers of clothing generally of fur or other thick material and do not begin to feel the effects of cold until temperatures drop below minus 4 degrees Fahrenheit.

Protect the Extremities. Hats that cover the ears (or earmuffs) are vital because the head has little insulation against the cold. Scarves keep the neck and chest warm and can be used to protect the face against wind. Mittens keep hands warmer than gloves, especially if they are fur lined or heated with rechargeable batteries.

For cold feet, there are lined, waterproof boots rated by temperature, as well as batteryheated socks and insoles. Ugg boots are very toasty but not waterproof, and some find them too warm to wear indoors. Slip resistant soles or cleats can help keep you upright on icy pavement.

Safeguard your health. Stay well hydrated and well nourished, and wash your hands often. Prevent serious infections by getting an annual flu shot and, for those older than 65, at least one and preferably both of the pneumonia vaccines now available. Shovel wisely. Snow shoveling is responsible for thousands of injuries and up to 100 deaths each year, and not just among those of us past our prime. Anyone who is not regularly physically active and in good physical condition should hire someone else to do the job. And don’t assume that using a snowblower is safer. It’s a heavy device and pushing it can overtax the heart, especially in the cold.

The National Safety Council offers these tips for safer shoveling: Check with your doctor if you have a history of heart disease; don’t shovel after eating or while smoking; stretch first and start slowly; wherever possible, push rather than lift the snow; if you must lift, don’t overload the shovel, and use your legs, not your back, to raise it; avoid working to the point of exhaustion; and stop immediately if you feel dizzy or develop tightness in your chest.

Prepare Your Home. Reduce drafts and lower heating costs by insulating the roof, walls, window sashes and door frames. Keep your thermostat set at a comfortable temperature during the day between 68 and 76 degrees Fahrenheit (72 degrees on average), depending on the age and health of the occupants. Keep in mind that babies and older adults are often easily chilled.

However, you can save a lot of money if you lower the thermostat and wear warmer clothing indoors. Physical activity also generates body heat, so sit less and move more if possible. Lower the thermostat at night to about 60 degrees, and use pajamas and quilts to keep warm while asleep. I switch to flannel sheets as soon as the outside temperature at night drops below 50.

Prevent fires. Fire is a major winter hazard, most often avoidable. Nonetheless, no dwelling should be without a working smoke and carbon monoxide detector (often available in combination). Never use the stove or oven for heat. Instead, invest in a well designed portable space heater and use it safely, protected from young children and pets. According to the National Fire Protection Association, 40 percent of home heating fires and 84 percent of resulting deaths involve stationary or portable space heaters. Choose only those that shut off immediately if tipped over and use them only on nonflammable, hard, level surfaces. Turn off all space heaters before going to bed. Electric heaters are the only kind safe to use unvented indoors. If you use a fireplace, always protect it with a well fitted screen to prevent sparks and embers from escaping.

If possible, avoid using extension cords, a frequent cause of house fires. But if you must, make sure cords are modern, are not frayed and are rated for the intended device. Never use one to power a heater or for more than one device. A much safer option: Have additional wall outlets installed.

Drive safely. Make sure your vehicle is prepared for winter conditions, with a good battery, tires with good treads that are properly inflated, antifreeze in the radiator, working windshield wipers and plenty of no freeze window washer fluid.

Automotive items I consider essential, especially when driving in isolated areas or far from home: A fully charged cellphone, preferably with stored emergency numbers; a working flashlight; snow brush, ice scraper and small shovel; flares; one or more blankets; drinking water and snacks or sandwiches.

Practice driving on snow and ice in a safe area. Teach yourself to steer into a skid, a lesson I learned in my early 20s that saved my life when my car skidded on an icy overpass on an interstate in Wisconsin. Make sure you are well rested before getting on the road, and plan to stop in a rest area if you feel sleepy. On long trips, stop, get out of the car, and walk around at least once every three hours.

Don’t leave the car idling with windows closed or while you doze. Needless to say, never drink alcohol before driving, but you might consider having a cup of caffeinated coffee or tea. I take coffee with me in a metal cup that plugs into the car’s power outlet.

Always drive at speeds and distances from other vehicles appropriate for road conditions. It takes longer to stop on ice, snow and water covered ice. Having to brake hard on a slippery road is an invitation to disaster. Jane Brody is a health columnist for The New York Times.
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Temperatures have dipped into the 30s in many parts of Southwest Florida Thursday morning. And the low temperatures have Floridians reconsidering their life choices.

To help get us through this trying time (FloridaWinterStrong), here are seven things Floridians do to get through the 5 day winter blues.

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Check out any line at Publix and there’s someone there with tomato sauce, beans, and meat on the conveyer belt because this is the one time of year Floridians can enjoy hot food.

5. Wear socks

It’s hard to ditch your flip flops for the day (unless you’ve invested in flip flop socks), but dig through your sock drawer in hopes of finding two that match. Don’t worry, in three days you’ll be able to slip comfortably back into your sandals.

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You’ve heard about Amazon drones, the Seattle based e tail giant new idea to use drones to deliver packages on the same day to customers, particularly those in “densely populated” urban areas? The way it works is like this: you order something from Amazon. You want it the same day. Your order is placed in a tupperware container which then gets sent to something resembling the checkout line at Acme where a model “octocopter”(the kind your 5thgrader got for Christmas last year) swoops it into the air and seamlessly delivers it to your door.

Really, this is how it will work. And in only a few years. Assuming FAA approval of course. And assuming that we’re all insane.

Yes, insane. Because only an insane person would believe this. And yet, everyone seems to love the idea. The company’s CEO, Jeff Bezos, is being praised as a God, a Renaissance Man, a cultural icon, a genius. Or maybe that’s Ron Burgundy. I’m starting to get these two confused. But the best part about this story is how serious the media is treating it. What could possibly go wrong? Oh, I can think of a few things.

1. It will create a dangerous mess

As if our skies aren’t crowded enough. Amazon is a giant company. There could be hundreds of thousands of drone shipments a day. And if they get approval from the FAA to do go forward with this absurd plan, then other companies will soon follow. Imagine swarms of drones carrying everything from iPhones to Uggs buzzing overhead, banging into each other, blocking out the sun, knocking into birds and raining down copies of Fifty Shades of Greyon your daughter’s elementary school. Is this what you want America? Have we not all been struck by the poop of a passing bird at some point in our lives? Now we must have drones falling on our heads too?

2. There will be tech problems

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4. Besides rain, the forecast will also be falling drones

Sometimes it rains. Hard. And gets windy, too. Oh, and it also snows. And hails and sleets and ices. Are these drones indestructible? Will a 20 mile per hour wind send them flying into trees or houses or render them otherwise useless? Most people in my town can’t even drive when there’s a slight drizzle. And we expect Amazon’s drones to still function?

5. Our enemies will love this

Besides Bezos, you know who else can’t wait for those drones to start flying? Al Qaeda. Terrorists. The Chinese.

6. The targeted market is dumb

The company is targeting densely populated urban areas. This seems pretty dumb. For starters, their promotional film shows the package being delivered to a remote house on a beautiful sunny day. I’m more interested in seeing how a package is going to find its way to my great aunt Rebecca on the 14thfloor of her apartment building in Queens without breaking a window or giving her neighbors a heart attack. Seems like a bad idea to me, but hey I’m not the CEO of Amazon, so what the hell do I know?

7. Female office workers will revolt

Think those UPS guys are going to accept being replaced by drones? They’re pretty huge and I wouldn’t want to make them angry. More importantly, do you think any sane woman working in an office will agree to a drone replacing that ripped UPS guy in that sexy brown uniform who winks at her every morning? Bezos, you don’t even know the can of worms you’re opening. This will be war, and it will not be pretty.

This whole drone idea is stupid and it will never happen. And Bezos knows this. He’s already given enough caveats to easily protect himself against failure. But that’s no excuse for our media. They love the idea! It’s the future! It’s cool! It’s good fodder for even 60 Minutes to cover on Thanksgiving weekend(watch below). And even if Amazon never gets its drones off the ground, the idea’s already succeeded. Bezos got more free public relations attention for his company than any CEO could dream of. Yes, the drone idea is stupid. But when it comes to promotion, Bezos is a genius.
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