BEN CASE¥ By NEAL ADA3IS AW, I ALWAYS MEPICAU STUFF! PIOCWOYOU HB« ABOUT "mE JONES BO/WHO COULDN'T GET THE PRIWTE ROffA? SHORT RIBS By FBA>'K O'NEAL / VOL VCU SAID HH WAS A G005 SCOUT. W'MATKlND OP A SCOUT ANDTriSOPEZAi HOUSE? BUT.LWTNKLE By AL KILGOBE KATA6W,6A3V-!D£,P0ST MAkilNS ANY -TEDUBUE! W='Vc C0A\?l3TEI> A MISSION , A\S?AU AMP I'A^^ BENS AN AUSO? vcE'ES (Ssr-rsBi^rioi AND VOU-Ke BEINO THE TOAST OP porrsyuvANiA!'. '. IT5 -WE Pf?=5riS5 Yt ^0«.5APENOV,CAN r PLEASE TlO<11DME,500S'.e-By£S,Nt..^VOU A AVOMENr?;>J3 MORTY IWEEKLB By DICK CAVALLI 7 YOURMOTHS^QSMS ( Va^/ NERVOUS, WlhflHEDP... \ HAVBVOUBeENA r THINI^THAT^WHy 6H5^ ANYTHING &V ALL. (SAY. ALLEY OOP By V. T. HABILIN FROM BUM TO KING. ALMOST IM THE BAT OF AN EYE.' MAN, tOU GOT , STUFF,' ...BUT IT SURE WOULPA BEEN A LOT TOUGHER , GOIN' IF r HADNT HAP ^ VOU THELP ME.' PRISCILLA'S POP By AL VEBMEEB CAPTAIN EASY By LESLIE TDBNER V FOR UOMTHSHSHAP WAKE TRIPS HISHIMID ANPES WITH HIS Lim PACK'S DI5SUI5EP A5VICUI1ABIANKEI5'. 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WILLIAMS c6AD,LAt5S,rT:5 BUT A MATTER PP -DAVa UMTIL X RECEIVE A LE6ACy FKaw A\Y ONCLE 3aLIU6' =STATS/-^/llLLIONS.'—-A(V rOOSlM AdOAAcl- WAS 5U^\M0^JcD TO LOMDOM lt>J THS DEAD OPAilSHT 6V THE LSADINS BARRISTER OP £NfSLAND,TO CONiPSR UPoM A FINAL SETrLEMEI <r-»— UAVC- WAS THAT tH' BLOKE WITH TH' eovJLEaSED EA(<3 AN'Trf 6K00KLYM CLAtWcD CAPETDVVM N\'AS His CRADLE:? 4AV,ftoOPL&^ trt" SHEfflFF IS DDGSIM6 PUPpies — HER3KSD ^ H \s eeereR IM HEKS A ' f£W MiMUTEs AGO/ Redlands Daily Facts 10 - MOIL , June 24, 1963 Wild finish seen in All-American football game NEW YORK (UP!) - Rival coaches John McKay of Southern California and Wisconsin's Milt Bruhn predicted another wild finish today for the third annual Al- American All-Star football game at Buffalo. N. Y., June 29. The two coaches, picked to head the squads on the basis of their finishing one-two in last year's balloting by the nation's coaches as the best mentors of the season, staged a New Year's Daythriller won by Southern Cal. 42-37. "We outnumber the Trojans, 3 to 1," quipped Bruhn, "and the odds look just right." Bruhn's 31-man East squad includes the 1962 Wisconsin battery of passer Ron VanderKelen and receiver Pat Richter. McKay's western team has quarterback Bill Nelson from last season's Trojan roster. The series is tied at one-all. The West won in 1961, 30-20, and the East came back with a 13-8 victory in 1962. All the players are seniors who will play in the pro ranks this fall. Bruhn and McKay open training for the Buffalo game today. Each has two assistants — Bill Murray of Duke and Charlie McClendon of Louisiana State for the East and Bob Devaney of Nebraska and Frank Broyles of Arkansas for the West. NOTICE or TRUSTEE'S SALE No. 63-41 On July 8Ui, 1963. at 10 o'clock a.m., at the north entrance of the San Bernardino County Court House, City of San Bernardino. California, BALDWIN PARK INVESTMENT CORPORATION, a California CorporaUon. as Trustee, under the deed of trust made by J. C. Coleman, a married man and J. L. Lamberson. a married man recorded Feb. 8. 1951. in Book 5346. Pace 154. of Official Records of San Bernardino County. California, given to secure an indebtedness in favor of STERLING SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, a California Corporation, now owned and held by STERLING SAVLVGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, by reason of the breach of certain obligations secured thereby, notice of which was recorded Feb. :8, 1963. in Book 5860. Page 856. of said Official Records. San Bernardino County. California, will sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, payable In lawful money of the United states of America at the time of sale, without warranty as to title, possession or encumbrances, the interest conveyed to and now held by said Trustee under said Deed of Trust, in and to the following described proi>- erty, to-wit: Lot 43 of Tract No. 4Z76. as per map recorded in t}ook 64, page 88 of Maps, in the office of the county recorder of said county, for the purpose of paying obligations secured by said Deed including fees, charges and expenses of the Trustee, advances, if any, under the terms of said Deed, interest thereon and $11,035.73, in unpaid principal of the note secured by said Deed, with Interest thereon from August 1, 1962. as in said note and by law provided. Dated: June 4. 1963. BALDWIN PARK INVESTMENT CORPORATION. Trustee By IRENE LACEV, Assistant Secretary. Publish June 10, 17 and 24th, 1963. NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL PROPERTY No. 31975 Superior Court of the SUIe of California, for the County of San Bernardino. In the Matter of the Estate of THERESA P. WEIS. Deceased. Notice ij hereby given that the undersigned as Administrator of the Estate of Theresa P. Weis, deceased, will sell at private sale to the highest and best bidder upon the terms and conditions hereinafter mentioned and subject to confirmation by said Superior Court on Wednesday. July 3, 1963. at the hour of 9:00 o'clock, a.m.. or thereafter within the time allowed by law, at the office of Edward F. Taylor, at 374 Court Street, San Bernardino, California, all right, title. Interest and estate of said Theresa P. Wels. deceased, at the time of her death and all right, title and interest that said estate has acquired, by operation of the law or otheru'ise, other than in addition to that of said decedent, in and to the real property situated in the City of Redlands, County of San Bernardino, State of California, particularly de- scritxd as foUows: Lot 30 Olive Grove AddlUon No. 2. in the City of Redlands, County of San Bernardino, State of Cali- /omia, as per plat recorded in Book 15 of Maps, page 37, records of said County. Bids or offers are Invited for said property and must be In writing and will be received at the office of Edward F. Taylor, attorney for said Administrator, or may be filed with the Clerk of said Superior Court or delivered to said Administrator personally, at any time after first publication of this notice and before making said sale. Said sale will be made upon the following terms: Cash or terms suitable to seller, 10 per cent of the amount of the bid deposited with said bid and the balance of said bid on confirmation of sale. Dated: June 14. 1963. MAHCELLUS C. WEIS. Administrator of the Estate of Theresa P. Weis, Deceased. TAYLOR, SMITH Sc WILLIAMS. Attorneys at Law, 374 Court Street, P. O. BOJC 1125. San Bernardino. California, Phone: TUmer 5-6838. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 32657 Superior Court of the State of California, for the County of San Bernardino. EsUte of RUTH C. HEWITT. Deceased. Notice Is hereby given to the creditors of the above named decedent that all persons having claims against the said decedent are required to file them, with the necessary vouchers, in the office of the clerk of the atwve entitled court, or to present them, with the necessary vouchers, to the undersigned at the office of Rex W. Cranmer, Attorney at Law, 30« East SUte Street, Redlands, California, which is the place of business of the undersigned in aU matters |.er- Ulning to the esUte of said decedent, within six months after the first publication of this notice. Dated June 21. 1963. FRANCIS B. HEWirr. JR., Executor of the Will of the at>ove named decedent REX W. CRANMER, Attorney at Law, 30« East SUte Street, Redlands, California, Telephone: 792-3444. Attorney for Executor. (First pubUeation June 24, 19631 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARDJC NoUee is hereby given that the City Council, City of RedUnds, County of San Bernardino, CaUfomla, wUI hold a Public Hearing on Ordinance No. 1218, an ordinance of the City Council entitled: "An ordinance of the City of Redlands creating and esublishing fire lones," as foUows: The entire City of Redlands Is hereby estabUshed as a fire district which shall be designated Fire Zone One (II, Fire Zone Two (21. tnd Fire Zone Tliree (3(. Said Public Hearing shall be held In the Counci] Chambers in the Red Unds Safety BuUdlng. 213 Brookslde Avenue, Redlands. CalifomU, at 7«> p.m. on July 2, 1963. ^ HAZEL M. SOPER. City Clerk. This was right after Art Wall Jr. playing in the same threesome with Arnold Palmer, hooked his drive into the rough, and we asked him what club he used. . . "What difference does it make?" rasped Art. "They're only interested in one of us". . . he waved his arms belligerently at the trampling legions of Amie's Army blotting the fairway. . . Palmer has become embarrassed by the singular attention and tries to shush the crowds when the other guys are mulling over putts. . . "There are a lot more than three good golfers," steamed Arnold Palmer Wall, in an obvious reference to the troika of Palmer, Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player, which commands the bulk of attention. . . "They must think we're dumb." he continued, "and interested only in making $25,000 a year. How about Julius Boros? You newspaper guys don't even know he's around. He's my idea of a great golfer.". . . When Palmer canned a putt, leaving Jay Hebert still on the green, the big crowd at the Thunderbird Classic at the Westchester Country Club in Harrison, N. Y., broke for the next tee and had to be admonished by loudspeaker to remain still. . . "See that, fellows," Wall shook his head. "That's what gets you.". . . Know why Australia is able to maintain its tennis continuity? Every night, from Perth to Sydney, the kids Down Under are out lofting lobs because courts are lit up. . . The night life idea has spread to Greece. . . N. D. Anag- nostopoulos. deputy mayor of Athens, visited New York and detailed how he designed a dozen new stadia for the city so track and field men can practice after work and after the sun has descended over the Acropolis. . . Anagnostopoulos used to be the broad jump champion of Greece Proud to be a New York Met: right after a losing chore at the Polo Grounds, lefty AI Jackson was spotted outside his house in Sunnyside (Long Island). . . . proudly wearing his Met warmup jacket and signing autographs for a cluster of kids. . . The American League player they talk about most in dressing room conversation is Al Kaline, the gifted right fielder of the Detroit Tigers. . , and not just because he's on a spree that threatens to land him triple crown batting honors. .. "He's the best outfielder I've ever seen," said Baltimore third baseman Brooks Robinson (a great glove man in his own right). . . The Orioles are worried that the bad arm which put Chuck Estrada on the disabled list could mean fini for the handsome right hander. . . Warren Spahn was introduced to champion bowler Dick Weber, bowling ball in hand. . . "How." asked Old Hooks, "do you throw a curve?". . . He fingered the heavy sphere, spat lightly, then mused. "Wonder how you'd throw a spittcr with this?". . . Pitching coach Ernie White of the Mets was a fine left-hander for the St. Louis Cardinals in his playing days. . . but raps grounders to the infield from the right side. . . "In fact," he added, "the only things I ever did left-handetl were pitch and shoot marbles.". . Between you'n'me, when the Cartls swapped Gene Oliver, Carl Sawatski was established as their first-string catcher. . . but four seasons ago. the 35-year-old receiver told the Philadelphia Phillies he was quitting baseball if they didn't place him closer to his Little Rock home. . . which is how he got to St. Louis. . . Houk vindicated as Jim Bouton comes through By United Pr«s$ IntcmaKonal Manager Ralph Houk of the I .New York Yankees should feel 1 indicated today. I It was just a little more than I a year ago when Houk was I forced to decide between a pea- i green rookie and the veteran i Robin Roberts. He went for the "kid" and let Roberts go. If your memorj- is as good as you think it is you'll recall what j a ruckus that move caused, es- I pecially after Roberts caught on I with the Baltimore Orioles and • proceeded to win 10 games. I Young Jim Bouton. the "kid" i Houk kept instead, struggled to ' a not-too-impressive 7-7 season and j was earmarked for the bullpen (When the 1963 .American League I season t)egan. The ;4-year-o!d right-hander did such a good job in some early-season relief roles that Houk promoted him to a starting berth. That was back on May 12 against the Orioles. Since then, Jim has won eight of nine deci- ; sions. including a sparkling four- j hitter Sunday that paced the ; Yankees to an 8^) victorv- over ; the Boston Red Sox and in- I creased their AL lead to two full j games over the Chicago White Sox. who split a doubleheader with the Cleveland Indians, winning the opener. 2-1, and dropping the nightcap, 2-0. Tigers Beat A's In the other games, the Detroit Tigers buried the Kansas City A's, 11-2. the Baltimore Orioles downed the Minnesota Twins, 4-1, and the Washington Senators shut out the Los Angeles -Angels, 4-0. Kickers state soccer champs LOS ANGELES (UPI) — The Kickers-Victoria soccer club of Los Angeles held a commanding lead over the Greek American club of San Francisco today for the 1963 slate championship. The Los Angeles Club scored an easy 7-1 victory Sunday over the San Francisco team in the first of the two-game series. The title is decided by the total goals scored in the series. NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE No. 63-40 On July ath. 1963. at 10 o'clock a.m., at the north entrance of the San Bernardino County Court House, City of San Bernardino. California. BALDWIN PARK INVESTMENT CORPORATION, a California Corporation, as Trustee, under the deed of trust made by J. C. Coleman, a married man and J. L. Lamberson. a married man recorded Feb. 8. 1961. in Book 5346. Page 170. of Official Records of San Bernardino County. California, given to secure an indebtedness in favor of STERLING SAVLNGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, a California Corporation, now owned and held by STEHLI.VG SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, by reason of the breach of certain obligations secured thereby, notice of which was recorded Feb. 28. 1963. in Book 5860. Page 857. of said OfficUl Records. San Bernardino County. California, will sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, payable in lawful money of the United States of America at the time of sale, without warranty as to title, possession or encumbrances, the interest conveyed to and now held by said Trustee under said Deed of Trust, in and to the foUowing described property, to-wit: Lot 81 of Tract No. 4278. as per map recorded in Ixrak 64. page 88 of Maps in the office of the county recorder of said county, for the purpose of paying obligations secured by said J>eed including fees, charges and expenses of the Tnutee. advances, if any, under the terms of said Deed, interest thereon and $11,001.01, in unpaid principal of the note secured by said Deed, with interest thereon from October 1. 1962. as in said note and by law provided. Dated: June 4. 1963. BALDWIN PARK INVESTJIENT CORPORATION, Trustee By IRENE LACEV. AssisUnt SecreUry. Publish June 10, 17 and 24th. 1963. CERTIFICATE OF BUSLVESS FIctillons Firm Name The undersigned does hereby certify that he is conducting an insurance business at 332 South Second Street, Barstow, California, under the fictitious firm name of The Barstow Insurance Agency and that said firm is composed of the following persons, whose names and addresses are as foUowa. to-wit: Jan P. Saltzman, 1140 Navajo, Barstow, CalifomU. Witness my hand this 4Ui day of June, 1963. JAN P. SALTZSIAX. SUte of CalifomU. ) County of San Bernardino > ss. On June 4. 1963. before me. the undersigned, a Notary PubUc in and for said County and SUte, personally appeared Jan P. Saltzman. known to me to be the person whose name is subscribed to the within iiutniment and acknowledged that he executed the same. WITNESS my hand and officUI seat s/ CONRAD E. aiABLUM, NoUry PubUc in and for said County and SUte. ISEAL) Bo Belinsky's romance is on the rocks HOLLYWOOD (UP1» - The pending marriage of bosomy actress Mamie Van Doren and playboy - ballplayer Bo Belinsky apparently has hit the skids. The actress' mother, Mrs. Lucille Olander, said Sunday the couple had broken their engagement. "She called me last night from Springfield, Mass., and told me" Mrs. Olander said, "but she did not explain why." Neither Jliss Van Doren, 30, nor Belinsk}', 26 could be reached for comment. Since the engagement, Belinsky was optioned from the Los Angeles Angels to the Hawaiian Islanders of the Pacific Coast League, but the one-time no-hit southpaw refused to report to the farm club. He was penalized by having his pay withheld and was placed on the disqualified list. Ray Robinson, Joey Giardello meet tonight PHIL.ADELPHIA (UPI) — Sugar Ray Robinson and Joey Giardello, each craving another shot at the middleweight crown, are slated for a 10-round "eliminator" tonight before an expected 9,000 at Philadelphia's Convention Hall. Giardello of Philadelphia is favored at 7-5 because of his advantage in youth, 32 years to Robinson's 42 or 43; and because i he is ranked third among contenders wiiereas the once-great Sugar Ray is now unrated. Promoter Herman Taylor, who expects a gate of about $75,000 tonight, said he will guarantee champion Dick Tiger or whoever wears the crown next autumn a guarantee of S75,000 to defend against tonight's winner. Hollywood Derby picture more muddled INGLEWOOD (UPD-The $50.000 Cinema handicap was supposed to tab the outstanding 3- year-olds in the west as the final test prior to the SIOO.OOO Hollywood Derby, but all the race did was make the picture more muddled than ever today. With no Candy Spots or simlar standout on the scene, owners became brave and entered horses that might have been frightened out of the race, with the result that the stakes was split into two divisions. All the stakes leading up to the Hollj-wood Derby have been split because of large fields. The surprise winners of Saturday's split stakes were Y Flash and Quita Dude as they outran the favored Missilery and Olympiad King under higher weight imposts. This week's racing features the SoO.OOO Vanity handicap Saturday for the filly and mare championship of the season at I's-mile. The Vanity was expecged to attract a star-studded field for its renewal. Heading the nominees was the consistent Linta, ranked by many judges as the best distaff campaigner in the west since Honeymoon. Two other stakes were scheduled during the week. Tuesday the older handicap division horses clash in the 320,000 Cortez handicap at I'i-mile. a race that frequently has been used as a prep for the $162,000 Hollywood Gold Cup, the blue ribbon event of the meeting. The 2-year-olds have their day Thursday in the $20,000 Haggiu Stakes at 5 >2 furlongs. SIGN FOUR ROOKIES NEW YORK (UPI)-The New York Jets of the American Football League have signed four rookie linemen. They are Bob Smith of Toledo University, tackle Larry Reaves of Arizona State, defensive end Lou Lingerman of Baltimore, Md.. and guard Ted PoUsfcln of Hofstra CclJeag. Major League Leaders National League Player & Club G AB R H Pet. Groat, StL 70 230 41 94 .336 Clemente, Pitt 60 221 35 74 .335 T.Davis. LA 56 205 24 63 .332 White, St.L 70 286 54 93 .325 Wills, LA 50 204 35 66 .324 Covington, Phil 56 173 26 56 .324 Santo, Chi 71 280 35 90 .321 Williams, Chi 71 269 45 »4 .312 H.Aaron. Jlil 63 263 57 82 .312 James, St.L 53 154 13 43 .312 American League Malzone, Bos 64 248 20 36 .347 Wagner, LA 67 249 34 83 .333 Kaline, Det 64 247 45 31 .323 Robinson, Chi 67 249 41 31 .325 Ystrzski, Bos 64 247 46 73 .316 Pearson, LA 65 249 35 78 .313 Rollins, Min 55 191 23 59 .309 Boyer, N"Y 64 256 34 73 .305 DavalUlo, Clev 52 214 32 65 .304 Maris, NY 46 164 31 49 .299 Home Runs National League 8 H. .Aaron, Braves 21; Banks, Cubs 15; Cepeda. Giants and McCovey, Giants 14; F. Alou, Giants 13. American League— Stuart, Red Sox and Allison, Twins 17; Wagner, Angels, Kaline Tigers, and Battey Teins, all 15. Runs Batted In National League — H. Aaron, Braves 54; Robinson, Retls 51; ^Vhite, Cards and Santo, Cubs 50; Boyer, Cards 44. American League — Kaline, Tigers, Allison, Twins, Malzone, Red Sox and Wagner, Angels all 49; Stuart, Red Sox 46. Pitching National League — Maloney, Reds 11-2; Koufax, Dodgers 11-3; Marichal, Giants 11-3; Spahn, Braves 10-3. American League— Radatz, Red Sox and Walker, Indians 6-1; Bouton, Yanks 10-2; Ford, Yanks 10-3; Buzhardt, WTiite Sox and Piiarro, White Sox 8-3.
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