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2 - Friday, June 28, 1963 Redlands Dally Facts Scandal shakes Britain Playgirls tell spicy tales of intimacies (Continued from Page 1) money to Ward." Relations With Russian The red-haired party girl also said she had sexual intercourse "on one occasion" with former Soviet Assistant Naval Attache Eugene Ivanov. It had been reported that ^liss Keclcr carried on simultaneous affairs with Profumo and Ivanov. This had led to charges by the opposition Labor party that the ruling Conservative party was lax in leaving the way open for security risks because of Pro- fumo's involvement. Testifying about gifts she received from men. Christine said "one of the men who gave me presents did give me some money but not for myself." "It was for my mother," she said. "Which man?" asked prosecutor Mcrvyn Griffin-Jones. "Mr. Profumo," replied Christine. Check From Lord Astor Christine testified that Ward, who is charged with living off the earnings of prostitutes, told her he handed the landlord of a flat she occupied a check from Lord Astor. Lord Astor is one of Britain's wealthiest men and owner of Cliveden, the estate where Christine met Profumo and where Ward had a cottage. Miss Keeler said "there was no ulterior motive behind the cheek that was handed to the landlord." The party girl testified she had intercourse with Profumo and Ivanov in Ward's flat. She said Profumo gave her presents as well as money. But, she said, "I did not- ever consider myself a call girl or prostitute." It was Ward who introduced Miss Keeler to both Profumo and Ivanov. The court broke off Miss Kee- Icr's testimony for a lunch hour. Ward, a suave, 50-year-oId society osteopath and artist, also was charged with procuring a mysterious "Miss X" and soliciting Miss Keeler to procure a "Miss R" for his own pleasure. The small courtroom of Marylebone magistrate's court was jammed. Several hundred persons were turned away after waiting in the rain for the doors to open. Only 21 were able to get seals in the section reserved for the public. The handsome Ward, looking youthful and well groomed, sat thoughtfully in the defendant's chair in the 40-foot square room. Kennedy urges freedom struggle continue (Continued from Page 1) in a city hall ceremony. The theme of Kennedy's busy day, bis second full day in Ireland, was independence and tribute to those who died in the Irish rebellion. The visit lo Cork, capital of County Cork along the Atlantic coast, was a prelude to a lunch given by Kennedy for President Eamon de Valera and Premier Sean Lemass and Kennedy's unprecedented address to the Dail (pariiament). The near-riot by teen-age girls last night climaxed Kennedy's dramatic and sentimental return to the land of his ancestors where he turned kissin' cousins with Mrs. Mary Byan, a second cousin once removed, who was his hostess at tea. The girls converged on Kennedy as he emerged from a white- tie banquet at Iveagh House, home of the Irish External Affairs Department, in Dublin. The girls broke through police lines and caused what authorities described as "near panic." The teen-agers were the noisiest part of a crowd of 5,000 waiting for the President. "We want Jack, we want He kept his eyes on the judge and did not glance up at the spectators jammed into the tiny galleri'. Summer Hoedown Saturday For Square Dancers starting at 8 p.m. tomorrow in Memorial auditorium. Seventh and Lemon streets. Riverside, the Cow Counties Hoedown Association of Riverside and San Bemar dino counties will have its Summer Hoedown with two separate floors assigned to the square dancers. A separate round dance party will be in Deaver hall on the third floor of the auditorium. Fourteen popular callers will call for the square dancing. Among host clubs participating in this event are the Caper Cut ters and the Mt. View Squares, both Yucaipa clubs. Jack," the crowd shouted. As the smiling Kennedy moved away from his security guards to ward the crowd, the girls broke loose and surrounded him. They grabbed his hands and pawed his arms and clothing. Fearing for the President's safety, police and security guards waded into the mob, pushing girls against walls and railings. The friendly but over-enthusiastic demonstration turned into a melee. Eight girls fainted. Police finally formed a flying wedge around Kennedy and moved him to his car. The Pres ident stood on the runntag board, smiled and waved. The tension cracked, and the crowd cheered and broke up as soon as Kennedy drove away. 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Here is a truly top quality bed, 510 coil mattress in a handsome licking with a heavy duty matching box spring. 10 year guarantee. Available in twin or full size. 99.95 vdue "69 95 SET 90-DAY CASH TERMS OR BUDGET TERMS ABOVE PRICES INCLUDE BOTH MATTRESS & BOX SPRING Ofhit Sleep 5Aop Specials Englander Double studio couch complete with bolsters. Makes,two single beds or 1 large double bed. Choice of cover and color. CDQ 119.95 value ^O*' Solid Maple Bunk Bod Mt cempUl* with Englander Bunkle mat- COO tresi units. 139.95 value Smart uphelstertd headboards In your choice of style and color. CI 9 Prices start at Our Storewide Summer Clearance of Rne Furniture Continues with SENSATIONAL SAVINGS on Sofas, Chairs. Bedreem and Dining Room Furniture, Lamps, Pictures and Accessory items. BUY NOW and SAVE! Colonial HOUSE« 107 E. STATE ST. (ACROSS FROM PENNEY'S) Open Friday Nighfs Til 9 PHONE 793-2426 DOWNTOWN REDLANDS FREE PARKING WITH VALIDATION Mrs. R. E. Conney New President Of Quesfers Mrs. Robert E. Conney is the new president of The Questers antique study group, headmg the new slate of officers elected Wednesday during the meeting at the Anthony Gasso home, 31558 Yucaipa boulevard, Yucaipa. Sirs. John Lang will serve as vice president; Mrs. Albert I. Lacy, secretary; Mrs. Walter Dore, treasurer, Mrs. Lang will also be the year book chairman. The interesting program on book plates was presented by Mrs. Dore who has an extensive and varied collection. Some, she noted, pertained to Masonry, others to professions, many bore coats of arms and still others expressed hobbies. Cardinal Woolsey is credited with bringing the first book plates to England, said Mrs. Dore. Visitmg the Gazzos" antique studio, members were given the opportunity to see some rare items obtained by Mr. and Mrs. Gazzo on their recent eastern trip. Rebekah Social Club Meets With Mrs. Gray Mrs. Lucy Belle Gray, 730 South Wabash avenue, opened her home for this week's meeting of the Social club of Sapphire Rebekah lodge. Mrs. Agnes Johnston, president, was also co-hostess for the afternoon. Mrs. Florence McConnell won the mystery prize. Present were Georgana Herzog, Anderson, Katherine Fulton, Effie Hall, Margaret Rhoades, Bessie Simms, Ida Dumont, Alma Swenson, Mary Brockley, Cecile Stine, Gertrude Spellraan, Grace Pierce, Minnie Williams, Agnes Larson, Jennie Allison, Grace Benoy, Myrtle Curtis, Dorothy Neumann, Helen Walsh, Mrs. McConnell and the hostesses. The next meeting, will be July 24 at the Larson home, 1224 Mag notia street. ccietif MISS JOSEPHD.-E REAY Society Editor White Shrine In Last Meeting Until September Past worthy high priestesses, past watchmen of shepherds and brothers" night was observed Wednesday evening when Red. lands White Shrine met in Masonic temple. Special escort was given to Gladdis Schoolcraft, worthy high priestess, and Tom Miley, watchman of shepherds, introduced by Isabele Moore and Alvin -Davis, acting WJf.P. and W.O.S. Other past officers filling stations were Florence Sandefer. Ira Sandefur, Dorothy Anderson. Minnie Zimmer, Dai Ramsey. Marea Shaw, Vera Mae Crim, Edna Kelly and Marvin Tilden. Sojourners who are not regular officers this year filling stations were Fred Reams, May Reams, Isola Cook of San Bernardino, Beulah West. Violet Ricketts. Joshua West and Harry Ricketts, aU Ramona Shrine, Banning; Ira Brackin, San Bernardino, and Ellen Blue, Ridgecrest. Supreme appointments escorted were Gladys Erickson, district deputy. Mt. Rubidoux shrine. Riverside; Arthur P. Crim Jr. of Redlands, district chairman of memberships; Ira Brackut, San Bernardino, district chairman of membership; and Violet Ricketts, district chairman of material objectives, Ramona Shrine. All present who celebrate birthdays in April, May and June were honored. On the committee were James Case. Bemice Case, V. 0. and Mary McWhorter. Elsie and Oliver Grove. The Shrine will be in adjournment until September. Plans are undem-ay for a hamburger fry and ice cream social August 31 at the Case home. 6941 Tippecanoe, San Bernardino. We, the Women By RUTH MILLETT, I'm sure many ot you wives saw the news story recently about the midwestem husband who is suing his wife for divorce because she complains to him about her household problems. It's bad enough to face up to problems all day at the office, he contends, without having to h'sten to new ones when he gets home in the evening. Why, he asks, can't wives handle daily headaches concerning the children, budgets, shopping, etc., without asking him to listen to them? It was bound to happen. Women have been told too often that they should meet their husbands with beaming smile and stifle the urge to unload the day's troubles on big, broad shoulders. They should be willing to listen sympathetically while their husbands tell what went wrong at the office. So the men are sure to expect that kind of treatment as their due. But they'd be wise not to make a divorce issue out of the unloading of troubles. Because they're too often guilty on that score themselves. Papa may be the soul of diplomacy at the office. But he reserves the right to let off steam when he gets home, and he expects bis wife to take it unflinchingly — and, moreover, to <u)0the his ruffled disposition. Being a man, he may not be as understanding when his wife starts in to tell him her troubles. Few wives actually expect a man to be. But even if he doesn't exert himself to cheer her up, he ought to be resigned to some complam ing. After all, the woman who runs a house and looks after children meets with as many frustrations and annoyances as any man. So while he may not welcome her complaints, he certainly shouldn't regard them as grounds for divorce. Home is sometimes a battleground. It can't always be a haven. TTie man who gets a wife who never complains and never burdens him with her troubles is just plain lucky. But it's just luck — not bis natural due. And let's not start giving divorces on the asstmiption that it is. Who Has fl Mhdai JUNE 29 Robert Scott M. L. Htbert Tommy Smith Ralph Muld* David Duranccau George Brier, Jr. S«m Sewall Ray Cone George H. Zimmer Duane Rundtl Robert Tosh William W. Johnson Donald Claar Ross Potter Harry B. Cresthwa'rte Happy Birthday from II E state Ph ?Y l.l'.n', MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM L. BUCKSTONE Photo by Tha Harm Compon/ Kathryn Anderson, William Blackstone Pledge Vows In Formal Church Rites State Street Christian church was the setting for last Friday evening's wedding of Kathryn An derson, daughter of the M. M. Andersons, 16 North San Mateo street, and William L. Blackstone, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Blackstone of Riverside. Rev. Donald Woodley, former pastor of the church, performed the double rmg ceremony. A background of ferns was used with floral decorations which in eluded large baskets of white and yellow gladioli and Marconi daisies. Candelabra with white tapers and ferns at the windows of the church were added decora live details. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore an all-over lace wedding dress featuring a Sabrina necklme and long sleeves. The fitted bodice was edged with seed pearls and iridescents and the skirt was draped in full circular effect, sweeping into a chapel train. A queen's crown of Chantilly lace, sprinkled with iridescents and pearls, secured the hand- rolled silk illusion bridal veil. White carnations surrounded a single lavender orchid in the bride's bouquet. Mrs. J. W. Warriner, cousin of the bride, was her matron of honor, wearuig a dress of lavender silk organza over taffeta and carrying yellow carnations. In yellow organza over taffeta were Judy Shaw of Mentone, bridesmaid, and Gayle Anderson, sister ot the bride, junior bridesmaid. They wore yellow silk organza dresses over taffeta and held bouquets of carnations tinted lavender. Two young nieces of the bridegroom, Jodee and Samantha Pope, served as flower girl and ring bearer respectively. Their dresses were made of pink silk organza over taffeta and Jodee carried a basket of rose petals. Best man for the bridegroom was Karl Hutchenson of Riverside. Ushers were J. W. Warriner of Redlands and Bud ^Vhite of Banning. Mrs. Geneva Mills was at the church organ for the evening and accompanied the vocal soloist, Jan Pearce. The mothers of the bridal couple were dressed in pink and blue re- sepctively, Mrs. Anderson's dress fashioned of cotton voile and Mrs. Blackstone's of blue shantung with jacket. Both wore orchid cwsages. Fellowship hall of the church was used for the receptiM where Mrs. Robert Shaw presided at the punch bowl and Mrs. James Pope cut the cake. In charge of the guest book was Sharyl Balabaa, cousm of the bride. Relatives from out of town present for the wedding were Mrs. Fern Griffin of Mason City, Iowa, grandmother of the bride; Mrs. Tom Nyhus of St Paul, Jlinn., WARS ON PIGEONS NICE, France (UPI) — In an effort to cut down the pigeon population, Nice issued a deaee Tuesday fwbidding citizens to leave crumbs or grain on balcom'es, window ledges, beaches, garden or courtyards. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. and Mrs. Pauline Lemon of Lompoc, aunts of the bride; William Blake and son, Brian, of Lompoc; the Robert Stoyles family from Salem, Ore.; Jlr. and Mrs. Peter Graff with Donna, Debbie and Steve, and Karen Nolterieke, all of Lakewood; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Seek of Lawndale, the Orion Andersons and Orene of Hawthorne and the J. B. Pope family of Riverside. Other guests from out of town were Robert Jesser of Ontario, Jenniene Blank and Earl Snow- baU of Fontana, the D. E. Butts, B. W. Johnsons and Janice, R. W. Fergusons and Andres and Colleen and Robin Theuer, all of Riverside. The bride, a 1962 graduate of Rediands High school, plans to continue her studies at San Bernardino Valley college where she is in training to be a medical office assistant. Bill, now a clerk for Stater Brothers .Market in South Fontana, graduated from Ramona High school in Riverside in 1961 and attended Riverside City College. On their return from a honeymoon trip to Santa Barbara and Sequoia National Fark, the newlyweds will be at home at 412 East Clark street in Redlands. Yucaipa Social Club Plans August Dinner During this week's meeting of the Past Noble Grands club of Yucaipa Rebekah lodge, president Marjorie Lasater appointed Cno- las Petersen and Freda Voyles to find a location for the annual August dinner. A report on the Home Care club revealed that several organizations are helping with the project and club is expected to be fored soon to benefit local people. Among the 23 members present was Alae Nicholson who has returned from a year spent at her daughter's home in New York. All officers were present with the exception of the chaplain, Dorothea Dolch, currently recovering from an illness. Emily Johnson served as substitute chaplain. Jessie Gumey was co-hostess for the meeting at the home of Vera P(^, 35206 Velarde drive. Mrs. Pope won the door prize donated by Lucy Warren. MAKffRIENDS It isn't cute to allow a 10-year-old to mix and serve drinks. Breakfast Answer to Previous Puzzia ACROSS 1 Virginia -4 and eggs SBiscuiU -ft'itii 12 Prefix 13 Girl's name 14 Top card 15 coffee 5 Brew 6 Century (ab.) 7 Unit 8 Snappily dressed 9 Prison warden ID Assent 11 Rewards 19 Aiikaran Indian 16 Small carnivore 21 Feminine name ITSlierbet 23 Governed by ISMarlsetpUce 20 Surfaced, as a 24 Private eye sinic 27Desdiampsui 22 Woman's name .„Jff« 24 Cliurcli councils 29 Like 25 Direction 30 Preposition 26 Pigeon pea 32 Ornament 28 Exist 29 Farewell 31 Pancakes and 33 Tune 40 Legally prohihit 34 Entire 42 Small beaten 36 Golf expert 43 Meditate 37 Baked meats 43 Simian 38 Man who agrees49 Parrot 39 Leaves out 30 Sea bird 32 Candlenut tree 35 Feline 36 Peer curiously 39 Egg dish 41 Brave men 44 Heats, as wine 45 Crisp -46 Labor group (ab.) 47 Extracted 51 Southern college (ab.) 52 Bojr's nickname 53 Musical drama 54 Small child 55 Pen 56 Songs of joy (var.) 57 Edge of ship's plank DOWN 1 Sunken roads 2 Culmination 3 Engines 4 Started 1 2 3 12 15 18 19 a 25 K 33 34 is 44 46 sT 55 ANNUAL REDLANDS to HAWAII ESCORTED AIR TOUR 14 FUN FILLED DAYS LEAVES AUGUST 4th For Complete Information and Literature — Come To CLEM SERVICE CLEM UU lAURA CREATURA 298 L CITRUS Phone 793-2555 REDUNDS

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