Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 26, 1965 · Page 11
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Ann Landers answers your problems Dear Ann Landers: You have often said in your coliamn tliat when a man and wife are both employed the man should help his wife with the housework if she asks him to. This is what happened in our family: A few weeks ago I came home from the office dog tired. It was 7 :00 p.m. and I had to fix supper, do the ironing and bake a cake for my mother-in-law's birthday. Tlie house was a mess from the night before and I asked my husband if he would please give me a hand. He replied, "It's not important." The next day I didn't have to go to work until noon. My husband telephoned to say he was bringing two busmess associates home to dinner. I said, "Fine." I'm a good cook and decided to outdo myself on the dinner, but to leave the house ju,st as it was — newspapers strewn all over, beer bottles, cigarette butls, clothes on the chair, lie on the lamp — a mess. When my husband arrived with his guests I smiled pleasantly and said, "I hope you won't mind tlte looks of the house. My husband says it's not important." That cured him — ZAM- EO.'\NGA Dear Zam: If it cured him it's all right with me. but I've known wives to get a fat lip for less. Dear Ann Landers: Last year I began to date a wonderful girl. I was 21 and she was 19. We should have known better than to sse each other every night. One thing led to another and the inevitable happened. That's when our relationship changed. We stopped going to movies, to the theater and to sports events. We even avoided our friends. Sex was the mam attraction. After three months we began to have terrible arguments. I think we now fought because we were disgusted with ourselves and with each other. Six weeks ago we broke up. Now I realize this girl was the most wonderful person I've ever known. I've dated a half dozen others but it's no go. I want to see my first love again, but please tell me — is it possible for a couple to behave themselves once they've had a siz- zlmg affair? — ROCKY Dear Rock: It's awfully hard to keep 'em down on the farm after they've seen Paree. Real- Jail in dcsiger of being stolen PORTL.A.ND, Maine (UPI) — "If something isn't done soon the county may be the fu-st in the nation to have a jail stolen." "Those were the words Tuesday of Cumberland County Commissioner Arthur Charles as he urged authorities to cut the red tape delaying the sale of tlie old county jail and construction of a new one. Parts of the jail reportedly ai'c being taken regularly by vandals and by persons selling material as scrap. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 34(i74 Superior Court of the State of C .Tli- fornia. for the County of San Bernardino. Estate of FLORA A. CLEMENTS. Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the creditors of the above named decedent that all persons having claims against tlie said decedent are required to file them, with the necessary vouchers, in the office of the clerk of the above entitled court, or to present them, with the necessar.v vouchers, to the undersigned at the law office of F. A. Leonard. P. O. Box 276. Redlands, California. 92374, which is the place of business of the -jndersigned in all matters pertaining to the estate of said decedent, within six months after the first publication of this notice. Dated Mav 17. 19G5. EUGENE E. CLEMENTS. As E.xecutor of the V.'ill of the above named decedent. T. A. LEONARD. Hedlands, California. Attorney for Executor. (First publication May 19. 196 .51 istically speakmg, your chances are shm. Dear Ann Landers: What does a person have to do to. get a letter printed in the paper — sign it in blood? I have wTitten to you four times. This is my fifth. Each time I made it clear I wanted my letter printed. I happen to live in a town where people are so hard up for somethuig to do that they read your column and talk about it at work, at lunch and at supper. I decided the best way to get my side before the public was to WTite to Ann Landers. I've had several bad run-ins with some narrow-minded dimwits and you could have been a great help. I want you to know that you failed me and I will never write to you again.—NO FRIEND OF YOURS Dear No Friend: Well, you finally made it. Sorry I failed you, but this column is not a national bulletin board for people who want to get "their side'' before the pub lie. Thousands of readers get help every week by sending me a self-addressed, stamped envelope. Be my guest. To solve some of the frustrations, disappointments and disil- lusionmonls of married Ufe, send for ANN LANDERS' booklet. "What To Expect From Marriage." enclosing with your request 20 cents in coin and a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope. .•^nn Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of Redlands Daily Facts, enclosing a stamped, self-addressed en velope. Copyright 1965, Publishers Newspaper Syndicate. NOTICE OF HEARING ON FETI TION FOR PROnATE OF WILL AND FOR LETTERS TESTAMENTARY No. 34743 In the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of San Bernardino. In the Matter of the Estate of FORREST MUNHALL. sometimes known as FORREST E. MUNHALL, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the petition of Forrest T. Munhall for the Probate of Will of Forrest Munhall aka Forrest E. Munhall. the above named decedent, and for the issuance of Letters Testamentary thereon to Forrest T. Munhall, petitioner, reference to which is hereby made for further particulars, will be heard at 9:.30 o'clock a.m.. on June 4. 196.5. in the court room of the Probate Department. Room ofld of the above entitled Court at the courthouse in the City of San Bernardino m the above designated county and state. Dated May 21. mcj. V. DENNIS WARDLE, Clerk. By Edith Campbell. Deputy Clerk. EARL D. FINCH. 105'- Orange Street, Redlands, California. Attorney for Petitioner. iFirst pubUcation May 25. 19651 WHOLESALE PRICES In glass bottles. Plastic cartons or 10-qt. Dispensers. DRIVE-IN SERVICE Quality Dairy New York St., 1-Block North of Redlands Blvd. FOR HOME DELIVERY DIAL 792-4421 VACATIONS AND GO HAND IN HAND Test Drive tlie Spacious Rambler American & Classic STATION WAGONS BEAUMONT'S H. FLOYD BROWN RAMBLER 1100 E. 6th St. 845-2677 Beaumont U.S. moving into Plan B in Viet Nam By PHIL NEWSOM UPI Foreign News Analyst Any commaniJer planning a military operation must consider an alternative in case his plan fails. Thus, if plan "A" does not work, plan "B" must be ready. In South Viet Nam, it appears the United States is instituting plan "B". Plan "A" calling for air stril^-es against Communist North Viet Nam w'ent into effect last February. Its objective was to convince the Communists they could not win the war in Viet Nam and that to continue it would only make it more e.\pensive for them. Then, the reasoning went, the Communists would be willing to negotiate. The air strikes so far have produced no sign of a lessening of Communist determma- tion. Plan "B" now going into effect calls for a vast increase in American manpower in South Viet Nam. Forces Increased Within the last month, U.S. military forces there have increased by about 15,000, including more Marines and combat- ready paratroops. Double or more that number within the next year is not an impossibility. The idea seems to be that the American forces could es­ tablish beachheads which gradually would be expanded to accommodate hundreds of thousands of U.S. troops should it become necessary. Involved are a number of vital questions. Doe this remain a Vietnamese war or does it become an American wai'? Who commands it, the Americans or the Vietnamese? How firmly established is the Saigon government? What hap pens in case of another coup d'etat and the possibility that a new government might ask the Americans out in favor of a peace with Hanoi? When the French lost the war for Indo-China at Dien Bien Phu in 1954, they had been fighting what clearly was a French war. The rank-and-file Vietnamese had very little interest in it. . Such a possibility cannot be overlooked again. Militarily, at least some South Vietnamese commanders ardently hope that the Americans will abandon their advisory role and enter the combat as organized units. Earlier this month, In Da Nang, Maj, Gen. Nguyen Chanh Thi spoke frankly of activities beyond the Da Nang air base defense perimeter. In Saigon, Prime Minister Phan Huy Quat indirectly voiced the same sentiments Redlands Daily Facts Wed., May 26,1965 - 1 1 when he said in an interview that peace in Asia could only be an armed peace enforced by military might. The might obviously must come from the United States. But in almost the same breath the prime minister admitted that many South Vietnamese did not understand the nature of the war agamst communism. In Saigon, Western diplomats cross their fingers when they voice hopes for the future of the Quat government. So far, they say Quat has been "adroit" in balancing his government between rival religious and military factions. Buddhist leaders have adopted a frank wait-and-see attitude toward the government and at the moment are quiet. The minority Catholics are uneasy and suspicious that both Quat and the current military leaders lean toward the Buddhists. They believe the Buddhists continue to lean toward neutralism. And, in this war which is not a war, U.S. paratroops fan out through Communist Viet Cong territory. It's called a training exercise but the paratroops are carrying live ammunition. Quality Since ••1925" Sif nS6^ Contractor .1, Inc. 700 New York St.. Redlands Phone 793-3234 Free Estimates — Bank Terms oo SPECIAL This Week's Note From Becky B... Dear Friends: A fantastically inspiring event took place recently in the blacktop of my carport. 1 noticed a break in the paving. Some mighty force below was pushing up. Curious, I kept day-by-day check. Suddenly the surface burst open, and—guess what emerged. A mushroom! What sheer audacity, what determination. V/hat a challenge to you and me. If a soft little mushroom can struggle upward through adversity, what's holding us back? Are we superior creatures to be put to shame by an agarl- cus boletus edulis? No! A thousand times no! Becky Bee. P. S. Eat Gerrard's mushrooms. They give you courage. Gerrard's Market Will Be Open Mon.. May 31. 10 A.M. to 7 P.M. - The Meat Dept. Will Be Closed. Fresh Young Fryer CHICKEN Fresh Young Mcrrell's Fresh LIVER SAUSAGE . .. 39» Swift's, Bolo, Olive, Cotto, Pickle and Pimiento SLICED ^ LUNCH MEATS . ..4. 'si Springfield American 12-az. pkg. jm SLICED CHEESE ... 4? ALUMINUM FOIL REYNOLDS WRAP "TOP HAT" BELL BRAND — Reg. 79c TATO IPS... CHICKEN LEGS 39' Fresh Young CHICKEN WINGS. 19' Lean-Meaty SPARE RIBS lb. Morrell's Ready-to-Eat FULL POUND JUMBO BAG MULLEN "CHEF PAK" PAPER PLATES EARLY CALIFORNIA LARGE RIPE OLIV Large 9-Inch pkg. of 100 "Nesfea" Collier Lyso! Spray INSTANT TEA Regular 98c Size Regular 49c Size BRIQUETS Libby's CO ¥ POUND BAG W # CANNED MEAT VALUES ED BEEF Reg. 98c Value —7-oz. Can . 79* M.C.P. Frozen Concentrate iE 7 $ M.C.P. Fresh Frozen Concentrate Lemonade -^«^^ or Fruit 6 -oz. Cans 10 _ _ _ <-oz. Drink '^^^^ 12 -01. Can Banquet Brand — SAVE 10c BONED CHICKEN ,„ 29 MJB COFF l-LB. CAN B^ft^^ 2-LB. CAN SI 37 1 Libby's BEEF STEW Libby's Corned BEEF HASH .. Libby's Vienna SAUSAGES... Libby's PINK SALMON Fresh Large VALLEY PINK MEATED CANTALOUPE Banquet Canned Whole CHICKE 3V4-Ib. Can IXL Beans and CHILI CON CARNE 15 -01. Can 89* Libby's Spaghetti and 4%4^lf MEAT BALLS 39 Rosarita Brand TAMALES ... Libby's Spaghetti and 15-oz. Can JACK-POT WINNER Prices Effective THURS., MAY 27 Thru WED.. JUNE 2 ro?. WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS «nds. When Gerrard's Market called on Mrs. Bangle she was immediately awarded the weekly prize of 5 Silver Dollars. She then produced the required sales slip end hit ih& big Jack-Pot of 35 Silver Dollari. Our congratulations to Mrs. Bangle. MAR K ET THIS SILVER WEEK'^'^DOLLARS 333 ORANGE ST. — REDLANDS

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