Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on July 5, 1963 · Page 2
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Redlands, California
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Friday, July 5, 1963
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2 - Friday, July 5, 1963 Redlands Daily Facts ccietif jnSS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor Cleaver-Edwards Wedding Ceremony Performed In Trinity Church PARTY INTERLUDE — Brig. Gen. Henry C. Newcomer, center. Director of Inspection, USAF, resident of Redlands, pauses for o chot with other Redlanders Maj. and Mrs. Robert F. Cullom, left, and Capt. and Mrs. Lexie E. Herrin, right, during the Wednesday evening party attended by D/TIG personnel at Norton Air Force Bose. Major Cullom is a safety officer in the Safety Branch of D/TIG. Captain Herrin is ossistont executive in D/TIG and this fall will begin work toward his master's degree in engineering managemeni through the University of Southern California. /G "Digger Do" Dinner Dance Holiday Eve Event Commissioned officers and key civilians who are members of the Air Force family in the Office of Deputy The Inspector General (D-TIG) at Norton Air Force Base spent Wednesday evening at a formal "Digger Do" dinner dance. In the large grove area west of the Officers' Open Mess, tables were set to carry out a red, white and blue Independence Day theme. A buffet dinner was served to almost 500 persons, followed by dancing in the ballroom. This is the first "Digger Do" affair since the safety and inspection directorates were consolidated early this year. Master of ceremonies and "Supreme Shovel" for the traditional social gathering was Col. Anthony D. Lucas. Seated at the head table with their wives were Brig. Gen. Bertram C. Harrison, Deputy The Inspector General; Brig. Gen. Hcnr>' C. Newcomer, Du-ector of Inspection, VSAF; Brig. Gen Jay T. Robbins, Director of Aero space Safety, D-TIG; Col. Woodward Carpenter, Commander Norton AFB; Col. Frederick J. Nelander, Commande LAADS; Col. Charles B. Stewart Director of Nuclear Safety, D- TIG; Kirkland AFB; Col. Cecil E West, Executive in D-TIG, an Capt. Lexie E. Herrin, assistant executive in D-TIG. Trinity Episcopal church rites, with Rev. John de Boer Cummings officating, united Patricia Ann Edwards and Dennis William Cleaver in marriage at 4 o'clock on the afternoon of June 23. Mr. and Jlrs. Gordon Edwards, 13424 California street, Yucaipa, are parents of the bride and Mr. Edwards escorted his daughter to the altar to meet her bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Cleaver, 607 Monterey street. Approximately 150 guests were present for the wedding and for the reception which followed immediately in the church hall. The bride's wedding ensemble was a triple gored skirt suit in white with which she wore a shoulder length veil outlined with tiny pearls. In one of her white linen slippers, she placed a sixpence for "luck". Attendmg the couple were Judy Edwards, her sister's maid honor, and Ron Brickell, best man. Judy wore a coral colored box suit with matching acces' sories. Mrs. Edwards was dressed a green suit with white acceS' sories and Mrs. Cleaver chose a Navy blue sheath dress with white accessories. After a short honeymoon in the beach area, the newlyweds returned to Redlands where they are at home at 311 West Olive avenue. Both are graduates of Redlands High school, Class of 1960 and the bridegroom attended the University of Redlands last year. Help Make Them Work, Says Sociologist Of Early Marriages Grand Matriarch Visits LE.A. Elsie York, district deputy grand matriarch, was escorted by her junior warden. Myrtle Curtis, on her official visit to Redlands Ladies Encampment Auxiliary in the lOOF hall recently. Mrs. York gave her instructions and also an explanation of the con solidation of Districts 22 and 32 of the Encampment and Auxiliary. A delegate from each Auxiliary and Camp "ill be chosen at the next meeting. Chief Patriarch Roy Nelson, junior warden Joe Matula and past cheif patriarch William Mitchell visited the Auxiliary. A dinner and school of instrue tion was announced for July 17 at Morse L.E..A. of San Bernardino. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Nelson were congratulated on the observance of their 25th wedding anniversary. Elmer and Freda Voyle were on the refreslunent committee for the evening. Table decorations were in yellow and white. No rock tossing RICHMOND, England (UPD- Harry Marshall was fined two pounds ($5.60) Thursday for doing what every bus rider dreams about. A judge convicted Marshall of throwing a stone through the window of a bus that passed him up after he had waited 20 minutes at a stop. R. E. Schaefer Honor Guest At Birthday Dinner A dinner party was given Tues day evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Schaefer, 509 West Fern avenue, in honor celebration of the birthday of their son, Robert E. Schaefer. A delayed celebration is planned for Robert's twin brother, Dick, who will arrive here in 30 days from Guatemala City where he is employed by International Educational Recordings. Guests of the evenmg were the honor guest's wife, Kathi; his paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Anton J. Schaefer of San Bernardino; an aunt, Mrs. J. Stanley Pfeil and daughter, Margie, also of San Bernardino; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Dunn of Madison, Tenn., and Miss Marji Reynolds of Redlands. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. A rose /s a rose but is a diamond a diamond? Ifs easy to pick a perfect .rose. Diamonds take a lot note Jmowinff. Let an expert idp you choose. Onr knowl» edge of gems has earned US 3 coveted membersliip ia the American Gem Society. Choosing a diamond can lie tpleasnrable falling in love... or piekins azose! Come in and see. HOWARD SMITH WIUIAM JUNKIN Serving Redlands Over 30 Yiari no E. State St. Phone 793-5405 We, the Women By RUTH MILLETT, "Why do so many wives belittle their husbands in public?" a man writes in to ask. A psychologist might explain it by saying that wives who speak poorly of their husbands have in fcriority complexes and are try ing to build themselves up by making their husbands seem in significant. But I think it's just a question of the wives not bemg very bright. Any smart woman knows that her own opinion of her husband influences to a great extent what other people think of him. If she takes the attitude that his opinions are wise, his judg ment sound, his job important, his comfort her rightful concern, others are inclined to accept the fact that she is married to a man who amounts to something. If she belittles his ideas, runs down his friends, tells how she outsmarts hun, then her friends mil be quick to decide she isn't married to much of a man. A bright woman knows, too, that she can't shine above her husband. She has to go at his side. Even a successful career woman is pitied by other women if she leads them to think she has married an insignificant man. So the woman who belittles her husband is not only saying that he isn't important — she's also saying that she is a nobody. There's another important point a smart woman doesn't miss. She knows that the average man needs to be built up and that if she wants him to be a success in life, she has to keep him confident that he can lick the world. And she realizes that nothing a wife says to her husband ui private is as important as treating him with respect in public. HARRY FARBMAN Orchestra To Launch 40th Bowl Season Harry Farbman will conduct the Redlands Bowl Symphony Orches tra next Tuesday evening to open the 40th anniversary season of Redlands Bowl's concerts under the stars. Mr. Farbman, musical director of the Springfield, 111, and Uni versify of Indiana symphonies, has returned to Redlands for his sixth summer. The Tuesday evening concert will include Beethoven's Fifth ("Victory") Symphony, Strauss' "The Blue Danube", Ravel's "Pavane pour une Infante De- funte" and the Finale of Tschai- kowsky's Symphony No. 4 in F minor. The first of the traditional Tuesday evening's community sings will precede the concert with Wil bur H. Schowalter as director and Ruth Grinnell Fowler as accompanist. Redlands Bowl is financed by free will offerings and there is no admission charge. MARTHAS TO MEET MONDAY EVENING Our Lady of the Citrus household. Order of Martha, will meet Jlonday at 8 p.m. at the home of Jlrs. John Dallmeier, 502 Fourth street. All members are asked to attend. FOUL WEATHER CLEETHORPES, Eng. (UPD- Ray Camray, 60, the weatherman for this seaside resort, was fired today for doing his job too well. The council said Canu-ay's forecasts of rain almost every day, although perfectly accurate, were scaring away tourists. ANNUAL REDUNDS to HAWAII ESCORTED AIR TOUR 14 FUN FILLED DAYS LEAVES AUGUST 4fh For Complete Information and Literature — Come To CLEM SERVICE CLEM UU LAURA CREATURA 298 L CITRUS Phone 793-2555 REDUNDS By GAY PAULEY UPl Women's Editor NEW YORK (UPI) -Society faces an era of early marriages and the adult approach to them should be not one of doing battle but instead asking, "How can we make them work?" This is the viewpoint of Dr. Margaret G. Benz, associate professor of sociology at New York University, lecturer on family and marriages at NYU since the 1930's and member of the American Association of JIarriage Counselors. "We're in for an era of teen age marriages and the thing we should do is try to help them work," said the sociologist, in an interview. "The theory just doesn't hold that if parents make things difficult enough for the young people, they won't get married. "Waiting five more years is no guarantee of a happy marriage anyway. At least not statistically." Wed 35 Years The sociologist has been wed for 35 years to Luke Benz, an investment counselor, and the couple has a married son and daughter and three small grandchildren. She said there are several rea sons why today's mar-iages are in the early years—many of them while the couples are still teenagers, most of them as far as the girl is concerned by the time she is 21. —The acceleration of physical maturity especially for the girls and over-all maturity for the young men because of military duty. —"Increased communications" which have created an environment in which the young "realize how transitory this life is.." Sighs of Relief —"The parental push," espe- cial-ly on the part of mothers, who, worried that their daughters might become pregnant before marriage, sigh with relief when the "I do's" are said. —The "out" marriage offers young man who finds school too difficult an excuse for not continuing. The university professor. said she personally is all for the early marriage "if the ingredients for success are there." She said that in addition to love and respect of each for the other, these ingredients include: Accepting Responsibility —"Emotional maturity, a pretty vague phrase, but I'd define it as the willingness to accept responsibility for one's actions." —"Personal readiness" of both, most likely to be found if each grew up in a home where the parents were "reasonably happy," where the child was not an only child but learned the "give and take" of daily living from brothers and sisters, and where the discipline was firm but not harsh. —Some skill, some ability on the part of the man to earn a living. —Similarity of the couple in race, nationality, religion and economic backgrounds. 0—The bidding has been: South West North East Pass 2V Pass 2N.T. Pass 3 lib Pass 3N.T. Pass 4V Pass You, South, hold: 4AQ865 V109 •KQI 4>K94 What do you do? A—Pass. Tour partner liaa taken fall responsibilitjr for pUr- ine four hearts and 70a have two rcasosahly sood trumps for Um. TODArS QUESTION Instead of responding two hearts your partner responds two clubs. What do you do in this case? Answer Tomozrew THE PLOT THICKENS! - A conspiracy to frame the valiant hero (Ed Cowan), left, ts working beautifolly for the villainess (Janet Mills) and villian (Q. Lewis) in this scene from the mighty melodrama "Dirty Work ot the Crossroads" which opens tonight at the Grove Theatre at 8:15. A Footlighter production, the old-time dramatic fare is being presented in cooperation with the local City of Hope chapter and proceeds will go to the medical center in Duarte. The play, with original and entertaining olio acts, will be presenJed every Friday and Saturday night. The theatre box office is open daily, except Sunday, from 4 to 8 p.m., telephone 792-9022. (Photo by Fred Heimerl) Master Point Bridge Results Monthly Master Point drew 91= tables of duplicate bridge players for the Tuesday evening game at the YMCA. Results North-South were Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Donald Jr., first; Mr. and Mrs. John Fairweather, second; Mrs. Richard Bartholomew and Russ Chamberlain, third; Mr. and Mrs. Dan Barnes, fourth. East-West winners were Mrs. Harold Stetson and Mrs. Grace Leeper, first; Charles Drake and Dr. David Sorben, second; Mrs. Geneva Reiter and Mrs. Roy Wick, third; Bill Miller and Don Beaver, fourth. Master Point is scheduled for the Wednesday afternoon club next week and there will be a Winner's Game July 14 at 7 p.m. MAK€fRIENDS Promptness' Is appreciated. Consider how you would feel if kept waiting by someone. AARP Chapter Picnic Tuesday Y'ucaipa chapter, .'American Association of Retired Persons, will have a picnic in Sylvan Park next Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. All members are invited to bring a picnic lunch and one dish to share. At the board meeting last Friday, held at the home of the president, Mrs. Emma Christianson, a set of by-laws patterned after the national, was discussed and WTitten. The hobby groups of the chapter met for a recent picnic at Flag Hill Park, Yucaipa, under chairmanship of Mrs. Walter Wade. Mrs. Rita Bennett of Huntington Park and Do Sabano ot Compton were guests of Mrs. Christiansen. July Fourth Answ«r to Previous Purtle HOIMIBI ACROSS 1 Today is a U.S. 8- - are flown 4 Symbol for iridium snatfish 6 Indonesians of Mindanao 7 Shouted BHed today 13 Scented isMj ^esianherb S"^/™,'^ 16 French dance 17 Variety of corundum 18 Eternities 20 Lethargic 22 Route (ab.) 23 Sources of tallow 25 Printer 's measure 26Mbc 27 Chair £8 Death 30 Insane 32Annarocse measure 33 Russian community 34 Diving bird 35 Minder 38Moabite mountain (Bib.) 41 Bruin 42 Diphthong 43 Hang in folds 45 Art (Latin) 46 Amounts (abj 48 Slipped 49 Memoranda 51 Stiort-napped fabric 53 Loiter 5+EaU sparingly SSQm'ckcn 57 Morsel (slang) 58 Common today DOWN 1 Wishes 2 Hateful 3 Borrower nicluiame 10 Wards off 11 Feminine niclcname 12 Shrewder 19 Stutter 21 Greek letter 24 Grave 39 Dance song 26 Fishline weights 40 Narcotic 29 Tumulus 41 These play 31 Sleeping vision today 35 Epical 44 Rims 36 Church festival 46 Assodatian (ab.) 37 Snare anew 47 Capital of Yemen SO Outcast S2 Courtesy fitla 56 Mother I 2 3 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 • 23 24 t25 I 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 'as" 36 37 38 39 40 1 41 _ • 42 43 44 45 • 46 47 48 « 50 51 1^ 63 54 55 56 57 58 « Dr. W. H. HoKoway CHIROPRAaOR Announces the reopening of his offices for the practice of Chiropractic 511 BROOKSIDE AVE., REDLANDS Hours: 9 a.m. to 12; 2 p.m. fo 6 p.m. Satt;rdays: 9 a.m. to 12 Closed Wednesdays Telephone: Office 792-7544 Residence 793-1840 DOWNTOWN REDUNDS Hoover Constellation Hoots on Air Walks - on - oir, TeleKoping Wand, DoubU-stretch Hoi«, Throw^iwoy Bag, Convenient Tool Rack . . . al! this and nor* can b* yours with o Hoover Con- stallation. Model 86 $39.50 Floor Washer. Dryer Com* In end SM how it • Applie* woter. • Scrubs floors. % Vacuum dries. Saves time...saves CCD CA floor, ... saves youl ^3/.3w Introducing TAe NEV^ Hoover DfoM-Motic Come Try if Yourself . . . the Exact Power You Need for Ail Cleaning from Floor fo Ceiling Where's the bag? Disposable bag is hidden inside the streamlined housing. New clecn air system, too. vivm mm Mere's tiie motor? Hoover's poslied it back and under to reacli 'way under low tumitute. 30% more cleaning power for rugs - 2 ^4 times more sucUon for tools. Why tbe dial? New Power Dial gives instantly adjustable power. Dial the exact amount for any type of rug - the ri^t powei for any attachment Factory Representative will be in Harris' Saturday -Demonstration on Street Floor- HOOVER CIEANERS HARRIS' BASEMENT ST01?£

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