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2 - Monday, Feb. 10,1964 Redlands Daily Facts Scientists figure way to help express emotions By DELOS SMITH UPI Science Editor NEW YORK (UPI) - Two psychiatric scientists have figured out a new way of helping persons who express their emotions deceptively by making con- stand nuisances of themselves or who take out their emotions by being constantly psychosomatic. Unreasonable and persistent same hour, made their beds, went to (lie dining room at given hours, reported for their treatments according to a schedule. The staff from psychiatrists down to orderlies was trained to be entirely unimpressed by any patient's contrary behavior. Symptoms Explained But when the nuisances began acting-out they were told Optimism seen in General Telephone strike SANTA MONICA (UPD-Offi- cials of the Communications Workers of America expressed optimism today about a new proposal to the phone Co. to settle their mara thon strike, now in its 115thj ccietif MISS JOSEPHINE SEW Society Editor Excellence Of San Diego Youth Gwieraf TeJeJ Symphony Again Wins Admiration On Sunday afternoon an en-;young people we have every; thusiastic audience heard for the!reason to hope for greater things R.T.A. Group Attends Council Redlands-Yucaipa division of the Retired Teachers Association was represented last week at the State Council meeting in Monterey by four of its members. They were Mr. and Mrs Henry Cushman, Mrs. Hucy and Mrs. J. C. 'Redlands Racers' To Play LA. Rams In Benefit Basketball Game Here Something unique in basket-halfback Dick Bass, half- ball games will be played < back Jon Arnctt. ends Jim Phil- March 12 in Redlands Higb;Iips. Lamar Lundy and David school's gymnasium. ; Jones, halfback Ed Meador. cen- Redlands Chapter of the City|tcr Art Hunter, line backers of Hope Mdical Center in Duar-; Jack Pardee and Marlin Mc- Jcwelljte is sponsoring a contest be-jKeever. and guard Joe Scibelli. Sering. | tween the "Redlands Racers" j Tickets for the game arc Mr. Cushman is president of the]and the Los Angeles Rams. human nuisances are indulging U. na t they were doing and what ; " "acting-out behavior," even jt meant. When the psychoso if they don't know it. Psychosomatic persons have real symptoms of non-existent physical illnesses. These symptoms they misuse emotionally and unknowingly and refuse to believe they're healthy of body. Physicians find them all hard to help by present treatment methods. They're mentally ill but not enough so to be hospitalized or to be unable to work and live with normal persons to whom they're unending sources of disruptive trouble and for concern. Stay In Hospital The new way of helping them is to keep them in a hospital ward for persons who arc much more ill menially than they matics produced physical symptoms, the real meanings of those symptoms were ex plained. Neither acting-out nor psychosomatics was permitted to interfere with the evenness of life. Brodksy and Fischer explained why this method worked in the technical organ of the American Psychiatric Association. For one thing, it "broke the cycle — it removed the patient from an environment in which stalemates and vicious circles were too well established to interrupt by less drastic means." For another, their illnesses were "labeled — identified as emotional in origin and quali- ,day. j Louis B. Knecht, director of.second consecutive year in the than we have perhaps ever seen jthc union's ninth district, said University of Redlands Chapel (before. Given purpose, guidance, jllie union anticipated a favor- the splendid San Diego Ci vic ; and encouragement these future table reaction from the firm to- Youth Orchestra, under dircc-1 leaders are applying their tal- jward the proposal, which was n'on of its youthful, vigorous, cnts to genuine accomplishment, i submitted Sunday to its labor and demanding leader, Lawr-' The program began with the relations director, Ray Houston.; C ncc Christianson. ! delicate Symphony in A Major Details of the proposal andj The full orchestra of "2 musi-i(Numbcr 29) by Mozart. The company available. response were not cians did not fill the stage until.string choir was chiefly respon the end of their program when sible for conveying the classical they climaxed a rich afternoon precision and exacting rhythms of music with their brilliant per-of this appealing work of the i formance of Dvorak's F o u r t h late eighteenth century. The Dej Symphony (really his_cighth) inibussy Prelude with its cloying! G -Major, Opus SS. " u '""* local division. available at Gair's and at Lc- Th Redlands team is com-!vine's Men's stores downtown The Monterey County division | posed of ex-professional and col- was host for the meeting a n djlege players from this area. The state president Mary M u 11 c nJL.A. Rams team is composed of presided at a majority of the members of the professional sessions. I football team. Business included considera-; Football notables who will tion of various items and legislation concerning retired teachers. Speaker at Thursday's luncheon was Carl Herbert Wennerberg, graduate of the University and from members of the Redlands City of Hope chapter. Mrs. Douglas B. Emmons and Mrs. Eugene Miller are ticket chairmen. The chapter's February meet- turn to basketball for the bene-iing will begin at 9:30 a.m. Wed fit performance will include Fire sweeps oaint plant i Gy Tro7o^ , ^ f .., t ihp p»IIIT pium ^^^^^tirwir'-Mii between the Mozart and the now superintendent of Berkeley J group stopped for viols at the ANGELES (UPI ^.rejJ ^iSSS .^.h 'irit and Vivaldi, with it, singing of birds school, _ Jl" *T KhS the school systems of Sweden and the United States. Mr. Wennerberg is working on his Ph. of Redlands who did his prac-lD. degree in French, Swedish tice teaching at Redlands Junior j and English. En route south, the Redlands LOS are. who are so ill. in fact. they! t .. ^ R gave ^ iUnesses cant live with normal people lsta(us _ .. xlie pa ( icnt is wort hy and so have to be hospitalized., q[ and care ." Their stay need not be long. „ . ,. Just a couple of weeks or so JuiaUy. the paUents were Dr. Carroll M. Brodsky of the 18"'.™ a . n T vocabular y ttlth University of California and Dr. Ames Fischer of the Lang- which to describe their symptoms and feelings. Their vocab- ley Porter Neuropsychiatry ln>! ar * for «P«»n">8 PWhola stitute, San Francisco, figured ] S lcal experience had been so out this new wav iymT " ,ey ,,ad been forced TlS ' teWI ft In 47-actors.|either to produce symptoms of out and psychosomatics who P h ? s,cal lUfnefshs or . 10 . makc U„J i „ .;„,„„ nuisances of themselves u had been treated many times by many doctors without success. The 47 were more or less straightened out when they were dismissed from the hospital and in two - thirds this change for the good lasted at least 18 to 30 months. All patients in this ward were subjected to high expectations. They got up from bed at the in order to express their conflicts. Now they could express them to their own satisfaction with words. MATTRESS AND UPHOLSTERY CUSTOM MADE MAT!RESSES Free Pick-Up and Delivery Free Estimates BANNER Mattress & Upholstery Co. 122 CAJON PY 3-58S1 Four escape injury in plane crash SAUGUS (UPI) — A private plane crash - landed in a field here Sunday, but the four persons aboard escaped without injury, police reported. Pilot James E. Barrick. 47. Van Nuys, told officers he made the emergency landing after no-! swept a paint company shed in! certaintv _ Tnc warnii dark firsl and playing of fountains. Huntington Park early today. (henle jn ({]e , ceI]os WM indica . causing an estimated SZS.000 Hvc of , he character of thc cn . damage before controlled by 3o!, jre perfoi . manC( ., lhat ncvcr firemen. hesitated or seemed unsure in TJierewcrenoiDjur.cs. . dc(ai , The firm vlolins tire officials said drums of, danci woodwindSf and povv . painting material stored in theu rfil , brass a pro f essiona , Markall Paint Co. shed appar-| pe rformance in cvcr wa ently exploded in the fire, but, 0nc wondcrs hou . m orchcs . the cause was under invesUga. |tra whosP avcrage agc is abou , I sixteen can perform so bcauti ; fully. The answer was apparent THE SPAN IN SIZE NEW YORK (UPI) — The world's smallest unit of measure is the angstrom unit: 1-254.900,000 of an inch. The largest? The parsec: 1,160,During his talk he compared!Obispo and in Santa Barbara.[000,000 miles. nesday at the home of M r s. Lewis E. Krumm Jr., 855 Nottingham drive. FOOTLIGHTERS POSTPONE SUPPER Footlighters announce t h e postponement of their monthly potluck supper from tomorrow to the evening of February 18, starting at 6:30 in the Grove | Vivaldi's "Sprin; Theatre. At this time, there will j Four Seasons." thc moment Larry Shields play ed evocative flute solos in Debussy's "Prelude to The Afternoon of a Faun," and when thc conccrtmistress. Karen Moe. played the violin solo parts in from "The be casting for the original one act play written by Towne Bannon, the play to be the Foot- lighter entry in this year's Riverside One-Act Play tournament. Everyone interested in any phase of little theatre work is invited to the supper. licing the craft's fuel pressure! had failed. With him en route from Van Nuys to Bakersfield were his wife, Ruth, 48, Mrs. Margaret Gerue, 53, and David Fogelberg, 27. These and oilier solo performers in the orchestra demonstrated the high quality of the musicianship of these dedicated people who play in the orchestra, as well as the quality of thc director and of unseen mu- isicians who coach these future' "i members of our major sym- I phony orchestras, j With teenagers so roundly cri- ; iticized today for their boister- jousness, lack of discipline and _ . , . . I direction, it is a deep pleasure Begin your back seat driving. t0 rccord tnat in this erou of: early. That seems to just about; sum up the advice recently giv-j en to girls by William M. Coffey, manager of the AAA, Texas Division. Says Mr. Coffey: "If girls will! object to reckless driving on the: part of their dates and adopt; a sensible, realistic approach to i Assisteens. sponsored by Red- this matter, they will accomp-ilands Assistance League, spon-i lish as much or more than the We, the Women By RUTH MILLETT. Assisteens Entertain 200 At Fashion Tea combined efforts of parents, teachers, and traffic officers." In addition, he pointed out that every girl who joins in such an effort will be doing herself a big favor by sharply reducing her own chances of being crippled or disfigured in a needless auto accident. He might have added a kind word for back seat driving, in general. For the truth of the matter is, whether she is 1C or 60, a woman is usually more cautious in a car than a man is. When she is of dating age her fear in an automobile is of being thrown through a windshield and ruining her face—and her marriage chances. When she is a wife and mother she worries about her sored a fashion show-tea Saturday afternoon at thc Country Club for their philanthropy project, orthodontia work for a needy child. About 200 guests were present for the show, presented by The Harris Company with Miss Lynda Nicholson as coordinator and narrator. She was assisted by Miss Cathy Hales. 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