Independent from Long Beach, California on March 11, 1966 · Page 40
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 40

Long Beach, California
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Friday, March 11, 1966
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BOWEN-CRUM ewlyweds plan home in Pasadena Mrs. Kenneth P. Jr. will establish resnjspce m/.Pasadena foi- lowigg a., honeymoon trip thrgu|h California. Their marriage' .was solemnized SatHftiay at -1 p.m. in Bay Sh|f£ C o n g r e g a t i o n a l ChjJKb. , Thgjbride is the former F.. LyfSv* Crum, 1 daughter , of MrSSollis C. Crum, 3021 BoiiiSriian .Drive, and Mrs. Crurri;'2n5 E. Sec' ' For- the ceremony she wonSa gpwfi of peau de soiJSnd lace designed with a COffin, and a shoulder- len § illusion veil attached to tMlower headpiece. Other members of the wedding party were Jeff Joyce, best man; Randy Segar, Len Fryer and Ernie R. Lindo Jr., ushers; W a n d a Erickson, flower girl; and Jeffery Erickson, ring bearer. Immediately following the ceremony the newlyweds greeted guests at a champagne reception at Rochelle's Restaurant. * * + * THE BRIDE is a graduate of Wilson High School, Long Beach City College and San Jose State College. She was a member of TNT at LBCC. The bridegroom, son of WONDERFUL WASHINGTON Mayor Wade is honored i»« MICH, cim.. M.. ww. ii, K« INDEPENDENT--P«g. l-jf MRS. KENNETH P. BOWEN JR. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth P. Bowen Sr., West Hollywood, attended Florida University and was graduated from San Jose State College where he was president of Sigma Nu. By VIRGINIA W. KELLY The Mayor of Long Beach Edwin C. Wade was the guest of honor at a buffet dinner and reception at the en by Rear Adm. and Mrs. Ralph K. James. Mayor Wade said, "Long Beach and the Long Beach Naval Shipyard have once more dramatically demonstrated that they play a vital role in national defense in times of crisis. Many Long Beach citizens directly participate in the fight against Communist aggression in Viet Nam--in every aspect of industrial, professional and military life. "Long Beach is not only the home port for ships but the home of large numbers of Navy men who are serving in ships in the Far East-and yet--there was a time when some in the federal government said that neither Long Beach nor the shipyard would tae vital in a war." Chairman Chet Holifield (D-Pico Rivera) of the Joint Committee on Atomic Energy, and Rep. Craig Hosmer, senior Republican on the committee, and their wives, attended the party. Rep. Holifield and Long Beach City Manager John Mansell discussed the recent Foreign Relations Committee hearings. Mr. Mansell said, "State Secretary Rusk stated the reasons why the United States is fighting in Viet Nam in the most cogent analysis that I have cvcrj heard." Rep. Holifield a g r e e d . "Secretary Rusk's presentation was magnificent. 1 have an cvm 'greater admiration for him since his testimony hefore Congressional committees. I expressed my appreciation directly (o him when he appeared hefore the JCAE to testify on nonproliferation," he said. Named to post Mrs. Russell M. Broughcr, 800 E. Ocean Blvd., was elected state chaplain of California State Society, Daughters of the American Revolution, which concludes its 58th annual conference today in Los Angeles REX.DEE OTT attended her sister as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Ann Brookhart, Mmes. Michael Scott and Terry Moore. Oswald Jacoby Slam easy as played There are some plays tha an expert makes automatic ally, a good player makes af tor study and most players make by accident, if at all. Six no-trump is a reason able contract but the correc play of the South hand is th same whether you are in sb no-trump, seven no-trump o one no-trump. Furthermore, if you pla; the hand correctly you wil make all 13 tricks due to the fact that East holds the king of hearts and the king and jack of diamonds and that the clubs break three-two: NORTH * J 5 3 V 1 0 4 2 4 8 7 5 WEST 4 1 0 9 8 7 V 8 6 3 · 9 4 3 2 + 76 EAST * « 4 2 V K 9 7 5 4 K J » 41053 SOUTH (D) . * A K Q * A Q J * A Q 111 + K 9 8 Z Neither vulnerable West North E»st South 3 N.T. Pass «N.T. Pass Pass Pass Opening lead -- 4 10 You need as many entries to dummy as possible and thefXty play comes at trick two'^vhen you must lead eithgf the eight or nine of clubs£;to dummy's queen or jack. "-Don't be careless and lead the deuce of clubs! Don't be smart and win the first club with dummy's ace. » * # * NOW YOU lead a red card and finesse. You shoulc try the hearts first because you have only one finesse there. It works and you go back to dummy by leading your remaining intermediate club to dummy's queen or jack. Then you repeat the heart finesse and go back to dummy again by leading the king of clubs and overtaking with the ace. You can afford this extravagance since both opponents followed to the second club. Now you lead a diamond and because you still have an entry to dummy you finesse the ten. This holds so you enter dummy for the fourth and last time with the four of clubs, and finesse the queen of diamonds, smile happily and may even say: "Partner, why don't you bid these laydown grand slams!" WCTU slates Monday event First. Union of Woman's Christian Temperance Union will meet Monday at I I a.m in First Christian Church, Long Beach. Members will compete in a speech contest judged by Mrs. Janet Glassco and Mrs. Effie Youngblood. A business session will precede the noon luncheon. Legion women meet Monday Long Beach W o m e n ' American Legion Post 378 will meet Monday at 8 p.m in Veterans Memorial Build ing. Members are invited to bring another comrade. ·Just one oi hundreds oi veriiied values at May Co this month -- watch IhemI new value in town . natural mink jacket $ 599 Here's fashion in fur never before offered at this price, May Go's 22-inch jacket of natural mink. See the value in its double-fur collar and turn-back cuffs . . . its lustrous, luxurious skins in pastel, dawn and ranch. If ever you've longed for a jacket in mink, your May- Time's the way to get it now! No down payment, only 26.00 month. Fvr product) lob«l«J » !·»* wuWTr e orijTt «( imCOfI** Iwrt. may co fur salon 47 like the sleeveless coat ensemble $20 may co lakewood, 5100 lakewood blvd.; me 3-0111 may co south bay, hawthome at artesia; 370-2511 may co buena park, la palma at dale; ta 7-4000 may co south coast plaza, bristol near sunflower; 546-9321 a very special price for your first spring combination of color... our silkencd paisley shift with its own'spare coat in rayon linen fully lined. Have yours in spring green with pink and green print or navy with pink and navy print. sizes 7 to 15. 205 E. OCEAN BLVD., LONG BEACH, CALIF. 9:30-5:30 Daily 436-7142 5207 HAZELBKOOK, LAKEWOOD CENTER Mon.-Thurs.-Fri. 12:30-9:30 Tues.-Wed.-Sat. 9:30-5:30 630-1929

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