Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on July 3, 1963 · Page 15
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 15

Redlands, California
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Wednesday, July 3, 1963
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Television log July 4-5 THURSDAY NIGHT 5:00— 2—Movie 5—Popeye's Pier 5 Club 7—Love Tiiat Bob ^-Engineer BiU 11—Superman 13—Thaxton's Hop 5:30— 7—Bat Masterson 9—Cartoonsville 11—Casper, Magoo 5:40- 4-Believe it or Not S:45-4-Curt Massey (C S:50-13-News 6:00-4, 7-News 5-^Vhi^lybirds a—Science Fiction Theater 11— Mickey Mouse Club 13—Ann Sothern 6:15— 4—Commentary (C) 6:30— 2, 4—News 5—Peter Gunn 9—Our Miss Brooks 13—Touche Turtle 6:45— 4, II—.Vevvs 7:00— 4—Biography 5—News 7—Jfanhunt 9—People are Funny 11—Yogi Bear 13—Adventure Tomorrow 7:30— 2—Fair Exchange 4-Happy Birthday, U.S.A. (C) 5—Thin Man 7—Ozzie and Harriet 9-Clete Roberts Report II—One Step Beyond 13—True Adventure (C) 8:00— 2—Perry Mason 5—Beat the Odds 7—Donna Reed 9—Headline History 11—Trackdown 13—Broadway Goes Latin 8:30-4_Dr. Kildare 5—By the Numbers 7—Leave It to Beaver 9—Movie 13—Silents Please 9:00— 2—Twilight Zone 5—Movie 7—My Three Sons I3-This E.\-citing World (C) 3:30-4-Hazel (C) 7—McHale's Navy II—Best of Groucho 13—Harrigan and Son 10:00— 2—Nurses 4—Summer Special 7—Premiere Jl. 13-Neivs 10:20- 9-News 10:30— 9-Movie 11—Paul Coates 13—Country Music Time 11:00— 2, 4, 5, 7—News 11—Tom Duggan 13—Jlovie 11:15— 4-Johnny Carson (C) 5—Steve Allen 11:30- 2-Movie 7—Movie FRIDAY DAYTIME 9:00— 2—Calendar 4—Say When 5—Romper Room 7—1 Married Joan 11— Broken Arrow 13~Yoga for Health 9:25— 4—News 9:30- 2-1 Love Lucy 4-Play Your Hunch (C) 7—Movie 11— Jack LaLanne 13—FeUx the Cat 9:50—13—News 10:00— 2—Real McCoys 4—Price Is Right (C) 5—Movie 9—Movie 11—Ben Hunter 13—Robin Hood 10:30— 2—Pete and Gladys 4—Concentration 13-West Point 11:00— 2—Love of Life 4—1st Impression (C) 7—December Bride 13-\Vaterfront 11:25- 2-News 11:30— 2—Search for Tomorrow 4—Truth or Consequences 7—Seven Keys 9-Speetrum-LASC 11—Sheriff John 13—Play Bingo 11:45— 2—Guiding Light 11:55— 4—News 12:00— 2—Burns and Allen 4-rBen Jerrod 7—Tennessee Ernie (C) 9—Hour of SL Francis 13—Assignment Under\<'ater 12:25— 4—News 12:30- 2-As World Turns 4—Doctors 5—Movie 7—Father Knows Best 9—Mr. District Attorney 11—Maryann Maurer 13—To Be Announced 1:00— 2—Password 4— Loretta Young 7—General Hospital 9—Cartoonsville 11—Movie 13-Felix the Cat 1:30_2-Art Linkletter 4—You Don't Say! 7-Girl Tallc 13—Movie 1:45— 9—Now Listen, Lady 2:00— 2—To Tell the Truth 4—Match game 5—Movie 7—Day in Court 9—Movie 2:25— 2, 4, 7—News 2:30— 2—Edge of Night 4—Make Room for Daddy 7—Jane Wyman 3:00— 2-Secret Stonn 4—Bachelor Father ' 7—Queen For Day 13—Felix the Cat 3:30— 2—Millionaire 4—Movie 7—Who Do You Trust? - 3:45—9-News 11—Passing Parade 4:00— 2—Mr. Adams and Eve. 5—Bozo the Clown 7—Amer. Bandstand 9—Uncle Johnny II—Chucko the Clown 4:30- 2-Life of Riley 5—Walker Edmiston 7—Discovery '63 11—Circus Boy 4:55_ 7—American Newsstand TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified -Ads. Additional Sports U.S. wrestlers taking lumps in Sweden HELSINBORG, Sweden (UPD- American competitors in the world Greco-Roman wrestling championships are still taking their lumps. The Yanks lost another of their stars Tuesday when Jim Ferguson of San Francisco, the 1963 Pan-American Games middleweight champion, was eliminated by Switzerland's Rudolf Feist in a light heavyweight match. Heavyweight Jim Raschke, a senior at the University of Nebraska, was outpointed by Istvan Kozma of Hungary, and welterweight Dennis Fitzgerald, former University of Michigan football player, drew with Helmut Laengle of Austria. Richard Baughman, former NCAA champion from Oklahoma, out-pointed Denmark's Ame Ger- loev in a middleweight match after holding Horst Hess of West Germany to a draw. LOANED FOR SEASON BOSTON (UPI) — Pat Stapleton, a 23-year-oId part-time de- fenseman with the Boston Bru- iris of the National Hockey League, has been loaned to the Portland Buckeroos of the West- em Hockey League for next season. National league games faster CINCINNA 'n (UPI) - If the current trend continues, the National League fan had better keep one eye on the scoreboard and the other on the stopwatch. That's the word from David Grote, league public relations director, who reported Tuesday that National League games are being completed an average of 10 minutes faster this season than last. A National League nine-inning game last season averaged two hours and 38 minutes of playing time. The average time for this year's game was 2:28 for games played through June 30. Trippi resigns at Georgia ATHENS, Ga. (UPI) - All- America Charley Trippi, one of the University of Georgia's all- time great football players, has resigned as assistant coach of the Bulldogs to join the coaching staff of the St. Louis Cardinals. Howell T. Hollis, Georgia's acting athletic director, announced Tuesday that Trippi had resigned effective Aug. 1 and will become offensive backfield coach for the Cardinals of the National Football League. Redlands swimmers win over Riverside Beachcombers 294-136 The Redlands swimmers rolled over Riverside Beachcombers Tuesday evening at Sylvan plunge 294 to 136. This was the Redlands Swim Club third Inland Empire Swim Meet of the season and their third victory. Thursday evening, July 11 they go to Giendora where a close meet is predicted. The results last night were: Girls S-6 2.1 yd Back Sue Atkinson (1); Julie Buffington (2) 25 yd Free K. Martin (1), 25.2: J. Buffington (2>, S. .\tkinson (3) Boys S-6 25 yd Back Bob Haag (D, 31.7 25 yd Free Bob Haag (1), 22 .5 Boys & Girls 8 -Under Free Style Relay (I) Girls 8 -Under 25 Fly S. McCall (2); C. Brimberry (3) 25 Back C. Brimberr}' (2) 25 Breast K. Martin (2) 25 Free S. MCall (1), 19.7-. B. Serrao (3) Boys 8 -Under 25 Fly P. Davis (1) 21.9; M. Davis (3) 25 Back P. Davis (V 22.3; S. Haag (2) 25 Breast B. Howard (1) 24.2; S. Haag (2); P. Griffin (3) 25 Free B. Howard (I) 17.6 Girls 9-10 Med Relay (Boys & Girls) (2) 1:15.2 50 Fly S. Griffin (1) 44.3; N. Sarrao <3) 50 Back S. Griffin (1) 45.1 50 Breast M. Thompson (1) 48.5; JI. Inman (2) 50 Free M. Thompson (1) 39.5; P. Berg (3) 100 Free Relay (Boys & Girls) (1) 1:06.7 Boys m 50 Fly B. Shaw\'er (I) 36.7; C. John (2) 50 Back B. Shawver (1) 40.4; C. John (2); J. Atkinson (3) 50 Breast B. Koscis (1) 43.6; P. Hughes (2) 50 Free B. Koscis (1) 32.3; R. Hughes (2) 100 Free Relay (Boys and Girls) (1) 1:06.7 Girls n -12 50 Fly J. Martin (I) 36.9; K. Shawver (2) 50 Back J. Martin (1) 38.4; J. Chambers (2) 50 Breast J. Chambers (1) 43.1; W. Larson (3) 50 Free J. Martin (1) 33; K. Shawver (2) 200 Free Relay (Boys and Girls) (1) 2:17.7 Boys n-lJ 50 Fly L. Bo.xer (1) 36.5; R. Holton (3) 50 Back M. Miles (1) 36.5; R. Houghton (2) 50 Breast M. Miles (1) 42.9; S. John (3) 50 Free L. Boxer (1) 33; S. John (3) 200 Free Relay (I) 2:17.7 Girls 13-14 50 Fly L. Woodside (1) 35.6; B. Kocsis (3) 50 Back L. Woodside (1) 37.0; K. Cleaver (2) 50 Breast W. Larson (2) 100 Free P. Scott (I) 1:12.2 200 Free Belay (1) 2:01.3 Boys 13-14 50 Fly S. Wilke (1) 33.6; B. Hess (3) 50 Back J. Gorman (1) 38; B. LawTcnce (3) 50 Breast S. Spence (1) 39.3; S. Wilke (2) 100 Free B. Lawrence (2); R. Epperson(3) Girls 15-17 50 Fly H. Posvic (1) 36.1; S. Lawrence (3) 50 Back P. Scott (1) 35.8; J. Hess (3) 50 Breast P. LawTcnce (1) 42.2; P. Martin (3) 50 Free P. Lawrence (1) 32.3; H. Posvic (2) 200 Free Relay (1) 1:53.0 Boys 15-17 100 Fly D. Scott (2); D. Kackley (3) 100 Back G. Huffaker (1) 1:09.8; S. Melcher (3) 100 Breast D. Scott (2); S. Spence (3) 100 Free G. Huffaker (1) 59.4; D. Scott (2) SELL IT TOMORROW iVith an inexpensive Classified Ad Redlands Daily Facts Wed. July 3, 1963 - 15 Artificial reef open to anglers off Redondo A $5,500 artificial reef off Redondo Beach, installed last January by the Department of Fish and Game, has been marked with two orange-and-white cylindrical buoys and is now available to sport fishermen, the DFG announced this week. Designed to improve ocean fish- mg for Southland anglers, the reef had remained unmarked for nearly six months to allow fish populations to build up. The quarry rock structure, financed with Los Angeles County fish and game fine money, is the furst artificial reef to be built essentially for sport fishermen. It lies about 2,000 yeards offshore from Redondo Beach pier and consists of 1.000 tons of quarry rock in foiu: separate piles about 100 feet apart. The rocks, were set on a flat and hitherto relatively barren bottom. The two buoys, each 12 inches in diameter, are about 700 feet apart and mark the outer extremities of the reef, which runs north and south. The words "artificial fishing reef" are printed on each buoy. DFG diver-biologists Charles H. Turner and Earl Ebert, who selected the site and supervised the installation, report that fish by the thousands have been attracted Belinsky wants to buy night club interest HOLLYWOOD (UPI)-Bo Belinsky, that many-faceted onetime hurler for the Los Angeles Angels, may have yet another career cooking in his pot of professions —nightclubbing. And not just visiting them, as the playboy hurler has been wont to do, but owning one. That's the word from Belinsky's attorney, Paul Caruso, who said Tuesday his client wants to acquire an interest in a night spot before reportmg to the .^Vngel's farm club, the Hawaii Islanders. Caruso also squelched reports of yet another interest for the handsome southpaw, motion pictures. He termed as "a lot of hogwash" reports that Belinskj- attempted to get into pictures after being optioned from the Angel squad May to the reef and have adopted it as their new home. Large kelp bass and sand bass, running from two to four pounds, and halibut weighing about 20 to 30 pounds have been observed at the reef, in addition to rockfisb, sculpin, sheephead, perches and ocean whitefish. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. 1 IXTRA G00DiinN6 ...EXmilG VAUIil EASnRN LOBSTERS 1ST OF SEASON COOKED FROZEN A REAL FAMILY TREAT COOKING DIRECTIONS ON PKG. SUPER-RIGHT SMOKED CANADIAN BACON T TO V/z LB. PIECES # ^%»vt»»%**%*»%»»»**»»»»<w»%%%»v»»w»*»»w»»%»»»»»»»K SUPER RIGHT GRAIN FED RiBSTEAKSl RIB ROAST ROASTERFRYER-POPPYGRADE"A TillHCCrS OSCAR MAYER I - Garden Fresh Produce WHOLE WATERMELONS c POTATO 5 OR 1 LB. i: MACARONI CTN. WORTH MORE CANDIES Asst. Toffe YOm CHOICE 8 oz. I Peppenninf Kisses 8 ex. Lemon Drops 12'/, ox. Cinnamon Balls 10 01. FLEISCHMANN MARGARINE FOR YOUR :OOK OUT CANNED HAMS M IEAN WELL TRIMMED A ^^T Pb CHAR STEAKS Q^fu BONELESS SPENCER STEAKS ALEX SALADS SHRIMP COCKTAIL |00 SAU-SEA BRAND 4 OZ. COCKTAIL GLASSES FULL POUND PKG. lOc OFF DEAL PRESTO SUPER RIGHT FRANKS 39 A&P'S FINEST QUAimr ALL MEAT c lb FROZEN PIES FRIGID DOUGH FRUIT SINGH PIES ICE CREAM ASST. FLAVORS A&Fs MARVEL HALF SAUON CHARCOAL" BRIQUETS LANGENDORF ANGEL FOOD CAKE 12 -OZ. PULLMAN STYLE MB. PKG. 37 FOODCRAFT FARM STYLE PICKLES BEACH BALLS* ROUND OR SQUARE SWIM Rlf4GS 151i-0Z. JAR 24 INCH SIZE CASTERH TAVERN PALE • 12-02. CANS PER CASE 24 CANS SUNNYFIELD BUTTER GRADE "A" VdndeKbmp's. REO TULIP SPECIALS ALL WEEK. JULY 2-7 FRENCH APPtE PIE 59^ CHOCOLATE FUDGE CAKE Xt CINNAMON ROLLS NUT CRISPS S9f ZEE ASST. NAPKINS SANDWICH BAGS 3 'p°Ko?.- 27' DIXIE COLD CUPS 4«.CT. PKG. CHIC O SEA. TUNA FISH LIGHT CHUNK 3 6</i-OZ. «00 CANS I EVERBEST PICKLES or JELLIES BUY AN ASSORTMENT 4-OZ. JARS ISUNO BEAUTY SMOKED OYSTERS 3H.OZ. CAN BUnERNUT COFFEE 148. CAN INSTANT 2.0Z. JAR 63* AT ZEE WAX PAPER 100' ROIL Prices Effedive Thurs., Fri., Sat. A Sun., July 4, 5, « « 7 320 REDUNDS BLVD. •Taxable ifems tubicet to tax — Optn Sunday THE GIEAT ATUNTKI t PACIFIC TEA COMPAW, «NC AMIRICA'S DIPINBIBU FOOD MMCHAMT SINCI 1B51 SiK Cb!« SUan |im •• all il»t null alokalic ttmni. tikun iradoeb, Omd mttX U* cnaM

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