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6~Safurday, July 13, 1963 Redlands Daily Facts TIE FOR TITLE — Bob Charles, left. New Zealand, shakes hands with Phil Rodgers, la Jolla, after they shot a 277 to tie for the British Open Golf title at Lytham-St. Annes, Englond, yes(UP! Telephoto) terday. The two met today in a 36 hole playoff. Charles defeats La Jolla pro in finals MTHAM-ST. ANNES, England (UPI) — Lanky, lefthanded Bob Charles of New Zealand quashed an Americaii bid for a third straight British Open golf championship today when he defeated Phil Rodgers of La JoHa, Calif., by eight strokes in Iheir 36-hole title playoff. The 27-year-old Charles shot a morning-round 69 and a 71 in the afternoon for a 140-stroke-total that easily won him the $4,200 first prize. Rodgers shot rounds of 72 and 76 for 1-18 in his futile bid for the title won by Arnold Palmer in 1961 and 1962. The victory made Charles the fu-st New Zealander ever to win the British crown. Ajid he also became the first lefthanded golfer ever to win a major international tournament. In addition to the comparatively Reds give Hutch two year pact CINCINNATI. Ohio (Ul'I) Hatchet-faced Fred Hutchinson, armed with his second two-year contract to manage the Cincinnati Reds, hoped today for a repeat of the 1961 season when he and the Reds brought home the National League pennant. Hutchinson, 43, signed a two- year contract on Aug. 23. 1961, and his Reds responded with the pennant, the first baseball championship in Cincinnati n two decades. Maybe General Manager William 0. DeWitt remembered that Friday when he called a news conference to announce that Hutchinson had signed another two- year pact for the 1964 and 1965 seasons. DeWitt said Hutchinson w a s signed to set aside all doubts that the fiery manager would return as field boss next year. meager first-prize purse, Charles now faces an opportunity to pick up $50,000 in the "world series of golf' to be played at Akron, Ohio, Sept. 7 and 8. The British Open champion qualifies for the tour-man field in the Akron tournament. The 25-year-old Rodgers, who trailed by five strokes after the first two of the afternoon round, narrowed that deficit to one by the 25th hole. But after Charles had matched Rodgers' long birdie putt on the 26th, the Yank lapsed into bogey golf and rapidly drop ped out of contention. San Francisco youngster in Publinx final SACRAMENTO, Calif. (UPI) Bobby Lunn and Steve Opperman, two San Francisco area youngsters with the poise of veterans, battle today for their first taste of fame in the finals of the National Public Links golf tournament. They meet over the 36-hole route on the sun-baked Haggin Oaks Golf Course, with the temperature expected to be near the 100 mark again. They vanquished stubborn foes Friday in the broiling sun with birdie-sprinkled final holes to end the matches. "I was hoping that Bobby would win his match," said Opperman after he had disposed of 49-year•'^i ^^Lt hf;l NEW YORK (UPI) - Rangy, wa. II.. 4 and 3. It should be a I bro«-n-haired Joey Archer of New good match. j York continues his campaign for Near enough not good enough for losing Angels LOS ANGELES (UPI) — Close isn't good enough, the Los Angeles Angels painfully concluded today as the club's losing streak stretched to ten straight games. It was the longest losing streak in the short history of the Angels passing their previous mark of nine losses in 1961, the club's first season. The Angeles came up with a pair of runs in the bottom of the ninth Friday night, but still fell a tally short as the New York Yankees squeezed through with a 4-3 victory. The Angels and Yankees closed out their series with an afternoon game today in which Dean Chance, 6-9, opposed Jim Bouton, 11-4. And coming to town Saturday were the redhot Boston Red Sox who hold down second place in the American League, 5M games behind the Yankees. Need Key Hit "We just can't seem to come up with that key hit and bring in the run we need," manager Bill Rigney muttered after the second loss to the Yankees by a single run. In running up their ten-game losing streak, the Angeles have dropped five games by a single run. Friday night the Angeles trailed 4-1 going into the bottom of the ninth and rallied for a pair of runs, but the game ended with a runner on thu-d base. Archer takes on Salim in TV bout But I'm glad to get past that Vicini. ^Vhat a competitor he is. Baseball for Boys ELKS Major Tri-City crushed Gill Electric last night on .Alike \'emon's two- hit victory. Vernon's shutout hopes were dashed when Jess Serrano was safe on first with a fielding error and scored with two men out. Vernon was also hitting the ball real well as he went three-for- four from the plate with a single and a pair of doubles. Tri-City 030 24—9 4 1 Gill Electric 000 10—1 2 4 Jlike Vernon and Jim Gosse; Mark Lund, Gary Ostoj (5) and John Edwards. OPTIMIST Major Jeff Lewis' three hitter trimmed Save-U-5Iore. 3-1. Mike McGuire drove in the winning run with a single in the tliree run third inning. Dave Miller had a pair of singles in four trips to the plate for the winners, while Ken Rogers 8 TUBE - AM-FM - A. F. C. RADIO mm A-1 2 Speakers, Tone Control. 29 . SELF-SEBVICE TUBE CBECKEB A"*"?" EvcrjOiIni tor the MilMlml. DO -rr -YOUKSELF Home Technician ELECTRONIC (wUUt .ESAI.E MART .„ ! lOfiX .V. Witcrmmn T -j ^Ka Open !l 'til K — f™—^' snndar JO 'tU 5 Kedlandi Store KedUndc Bird, at Texai St. Open 10 A.M.-* P.M. Snndar 10 A.SI.-S P.M. I was one-for-two with a single for Save-U-More. Sage's ! 003 000-3 7 2 Save-U-More 100 000-1 3 2 Jeff Lewis and Ralph Tejada, Eddy Miller (5); Jim Fulmer and Dennis Lopez, Miner Sage's Minors slaughtered Save- U-More in their five inning game last night, 20-8. In the third inning for Sages, nine men scored before Save-U- More was able to get an out. Greg Soto and Richard Green were each four-for-four for the night, with three singles and a double each. Sage's 52(13) 00-20 16 Save-U-More ... 00 2 Oe— 8 10 il Kip Rowland. Hector Rivera (5) and Richard Green; Slike Fulmer and Timmy Aheam. Rtdlandt Kiwanis League Burger Bar Pirates, behind the seven hit pitching of Ray Gon zales, dumped Gerrard's Braves, 9-2. Gonzales struck out eleven while walking only one in the full seven innings. Bob Manning, the Pirates second baseman, homered v/ith no one on base in the first inning. Braves 001 010 0-2 7 3 Pirates 300 200 4—9 10 0 Chres Jiminez and Denny Kes sler; Ray Gonzales and Jim Tyler Barry Miller (5). Stockton's Giants rolled past the Banner Mattress Dodgers last night, 14-4. Bandy Orwig hurled the entire game for the Giants to get credit for the win. Swayne Hill and Charley Slaughter were each two-for-three for the Dodgers with a pair of singles each. Giants - 220 550-14 8 1 Dodgers .010 201-^ 4 5 1 Randy Orwig and Tony Martinez; Jack Gonzales, Dwayne Hiil (5) and Dan Francis. an eventual shot at the middle weight crown tonight in a nationally televised fight with Farid Sa lim of Argentina. Archer. 25. seeks his sixth straight victory in their 10-rounder at JIadison Square Garden. Ranked sixth among 160-pound contenders, Irish Joey hopes that an impressive %ictory over the 26-year-oId Argentine medical stu dent may boost him into consideration as a challenger. Joey is favored at 2-1 over slen der, black-haired Farid of Salta, Argentina. Each has 35 victories but Salim is unranked because many of his opponents were comparaUvely unknowns. Also Salim suffered three defeats and was held to one draw in his 39 bouts. Archer had only one loss in his 36 fights. Neither ever was stopped. Salim scored 14 knockouts; Archer, only seven. At Empire Bowl: Mixed Scratch High Game — Chuck Dundas 234, Hazel Campfield 189, Series — Chuck Dundas 630, Tem Goddard 534. 200 Club — Lua Green 209, Cburck Dundas 234, Ross Melcher 227, Clyde Hazelton 210. Standings: The Hookers 17-4, Mix Masters 14-7, Kenanpa's 12-9, Hazetouts 12-9, Pinions 10-U, Redlands Rexall 10-11, State Farm Ins. m-llhi, L and R 9-12, Pin Bust- ters 9-12, Lidunstar SVs-mi. Williamsons 8-13, Melvans 7-14. Empire Trio High Game and Series — Larry Hoffman 241, 764. 200 Club — Phil Satelo 210, Herman Schroeder 208, Larry Hoffman 211. Standings: United Citrus 15-9, Team Three 14-10, Team Seven 12-12, Smiling Irishman 12-12, Team One U%-I2V4, Strike or No Count 11-13, Team Eight lOii-lSVa, Team Four lOVi-14. Cox first in All-Comers 440,50 flat Redlands spinter Roger Cox won the featured event, the 440 dash in the fourth all-Comcrs track and field meet of the season last night at San Bernardino Valley College. Cox, a 100 and 220 man for the Redlands High Terriers last season ran the quarter in 50 flat. Dave Thoreson of Westmont College, who is spending the summer as a camp counselor near Forest Home, set a new recrod in the high jump as he breezed over the bar at 6 feet 6 inches. The old mark was 6-j set by Quast in 1962. Thoreson came back to tie the meet recrod in the long jump when he got out 22 feet. University of Redlands pole vaulter Jeff Owens won when he cleared 14-1. Dick Ramborger of Redlands won the javelin with a 182 foot toss and his brother Bill took second in the long jump and in the 120 yard high hurdles. Former RHS runner Bob Thomas placed third in the timber event. In the junior division Robert Holman of Cope tied the pole vault record with a 10-9 effort. Dave Byard of Vucaipa JH set a recrod of 45-7 in the shot put. Another Meet A total of 61 athletes competed in the meet Babe Heinberg of Redlands and athletic director of San Bernardino Valley college stated, another All-Comers meet will be held next Friday starting at 6 p.m. OPEN DIVISION 220 — Elenburg, Brydon, Loud 23.2. 220 low hurdles—Breyer, Brown, Gates, 27.1. Mile walk — Gorrell Sr.. Crites. Houghton, 8:23.2 (new record, old record 8:28.0 by Gorrell Sr.. 1963). 880 — Rawlings, Norton. 2:12.3. 100 — Elenburg. Brown, Ballard, 10.0. 440 — Cox, Sillivan, Haynes. 50.0. Mile run — Givens. Crawford, Harper, 4;48. 120 high hurdles — Breyer, W. Ramborger, Thomas, 16.4. 440 relay — Don Elenburg, Ei senhower High, joined Robert Thomas, James Brydon and Roger Cox, all Redlands High, to run 44.8 (new record, old record 45.2 by Bond, Bond, Highland, C. Brown, 1962). Long jump—Thoreson, W. Ram­ borger, W- Brown, 22-0 (ties record by B. Brown, 1962). Javelin — R. Ramborger, Barnett, Thoreson, 182. Discus — Thompkins, Bamett. Ostoich, 122-2ii. Shot put — Thompkins, Orton, 43-3H. Pole vault — Owens, Kessler, 14-1. 2-miIe run — Givens, Jones, Carrasco, 10:49.5. High jump — Thoreson. Parker. W. Brown, 6-6 (new record, old record 6^ by Quast. 1962). JUNIOR HIGH 660 — L. Garcia, Weaver, Heinberg. 1:39.3. 220—Robinson, 25.0. lOft-Robmson. Danielson, Buca. 10.9. 330 — Tribble, Johnstone, Wilke, 38.8. 1320 — Gorrell Jr., Guy, Heinberg, 3:58.4. Long jump — Parker, 17-5. Shot put — Byard. Ostoich. 45-7 (new record, old record 44-8 by Tait. 1962). Pole vault — Holman, tie 2-3 between Hickey, Hernandez, 10-9 (ties record by Vasquez, 1962). High jump — Tribble, Parker. Oakes, 5-6 (new record, old record 5-1 by Tribble and Robinson, 1963). GIRLS DIVISION 220 — Kay Strickland (Franklin Jr. High), Marry Lepper (SBVC). 30.2 (new record, new event). Koufax on way to pitchers triple crown Sandy Koufax. the Los Angeles Dodgers' amazing fireballcr. is enroute to becoming the first hurler in a quarter of a century to wear pitching's triple crown. The feat—leading the league in victories, won-lost percentage and earned run average—hasn't been accomplished in the National League since 1938 and in the American League since 1934. Only eight pitchers in modem history have done it and they read like a page from baseball's Hall of Fame: Walter Johnson. Lefty Grove. Lefty Gomez, Carl Hubbell, Grover Cleveland Alexander. ."Vdolph Luque. Lon Wameke and Bill Lee. Koufax, however, now leads the NL's pitchers with 15 victories, an .833 percentage and a 1.63 earned run average and is on a hot streak of three consecutive shutouts and eight straight wins. The 27-year-old left-hander add Verdieck working as pro at Seattle Tennis club University of Redlands tennis coach Jim Verdieck is spending his second summer as assistant professional at the Seattle Tennis Club in Washington. His family traveled north with him and Doug and Randy have been competing in the local tennis tournaments. In a letter to the Facts postmarked July 10th in Seattle coach Verdieck had the following comments about the weather and the boys tennis. "Again this year the northwest is having an unusual summer in that it rains quite a bit. I really prepared myself this year — I told the natives that I worked for two weeks in an ice house to acclimate myself — you know, I think they believed me. "A brisk wind off lake Washington and temperature in the 50's doesn't faze me. Now it has been in the 60's and it did get to 72 one day, so its a fine summer. The tennis camp that I teach has been lucky, they haven't missed once in nine days being outside. Can't say the same for the weekends. Rained all day rained out in Portland the same day." The boys, Doug and Randy, competed in the Oregon State tourney in Portland all last week. Doug won the 16 and under division defeating Dale Wong of Seattle in the finals 6-3, 6-2. Wong defeated Dick Knight and Knight downed Charlie AUoo. Those three are the top 16's up here in the northwest. Randy lost to Bob AUoo in the finals of the 14 and under, 6-3, 6-4. Randy and Doug teamed to win the 16 doubles from two Vancouver, B.C. boys 7-5, 6-2. The Alloo brothers, first seeded were defeated in the semis by the Ca nadian boys. The second seeds, Knight and Wong of Seattle were defeated in the semis by Doug and Randy 7-5, 3-6, 64. Everyone began play today Wednesday in Tacoma, which lasts for a week also. Some add tional boys are here now, such as Stan Smith, one of better 18's from Southern California and Rocky Jarvis, a 16 from La JoUa The Verdieck's are expected to return to Redlands about the end Saturday and tournament was'of this month. Archers hunt as state legal row continues STANDINGS Los Angeles San Francisco St. Louis Chicago Cincinnati Milwaukee Pittsburgh Philadelphia Houston New York National League W L Pet. GB 53 33 .616 ... 49 39 .557 5 48 39 .552 5^4 47 39 .547 6 47 42 .528 VA 44 42 .512 9 43 43 .500 10 42 45 .483 llVi 34 56 .378 21 29 58 .333 24VS SACRAMENTO (UPI) —California archers hunted coastal deer today while state legal minds tried to figure out what "year" it was. In one of the state's alltime worst fish and game mixups, the Attorney General's office ruled Friday that California's 18,000 bow and arrow enthusiasts could go ahead with their early deer season today through July 28, as originally planned. But it was still uncertain what other regulations would govern California's 650,000 hunters this year: 1962's, 1963's or a combination of both. Atty. Gen. Stanley Jlosk, who in an unprecedented move can- Mission-Victoria team to play in tournament Fridays Results L. Angeles 6 N. York 0, night Phila. 7 S. Fran. 5, night Pittsburgh 2 Houston 1, night Chicago 4 Cincinnati 1, night St. Lous 5 Milwaukee 3, night Sundays Games Houston at New York. 2 Los Angeles at Philadelphia, 2 San Francisco at Pittsburgh, 2 Milwaukee at Cincinnati, 2 Chicago at St. Louis, 2 American League W L Pet. GB 52 31 .627 47 37 .560 5Vi 48 39 .552 6 49 40 .551 6 45 40 .529 8 45 41 .523 8\i 41 48 .461 li 35 47 .434 16 35 48 .429 16VS 30 58 .341 24V4 New York Boston Chicago Baltimore Cleveland Minnesota Los Angeles Kansas City Detroit Washington Friday* Results Boston 3 Minnesota 2,12 in., night Detroit 7 Chicago 6, 12 in., night New York 4 L. Angeles 3, night Cleveland at K.C., ppd, rain Baltimore 4 Washington 3, nigbt Sundays Games Boston at Los Angeles, 2 New York at Kansas City, 2 Cleveland at Minnesota, 2 Baltimore at Chicago. 2 Detroit at Washington, 2 Radio Time New York at Angels 1:30 p.m. KMPC. Mission Victoria Pony League selected a 22 man all-Star team recenOy to represent them in the Area I tournament, according to William H. Cox. player agent. The tourney Avill be held from July 22-28th on the diamond at 40th and Waterman avenue, San Bernardino. A total of 15 boys were selected for the squad with seven listed as reserves. Named to the team to represent the Mission-Victoria league were the following: Marvin Bruns, Edward Atkinson, Jerry Hall. Gary Lang. James Smith. Robert Summerville, Larry Thompson; George Cervantes, Brad Gilbert son, Gregg Caughman, James Nickolson, Charles Harper, Dennis Monroe, Jesse Torrez, Robert Blackburn. The seven players picked for the reserve pool are: Jeff Campbell, Tom Contreras. Leonard Lujan. Robert Pineda, David Pipkin. Richard Stewart, Luciano Tru- jeque. Manager of the all-Stars is Met manager Herman Smith while Cardinal manager Ralph Lang is coach of the squad. Ocean fishing Following is the latest 24 hour ocean fisiiing report: OCEANSIDE — Three boats, 154 anglers: 55 albacore, 45 barracuda, 632 bass, 162 bonito, 20 yellowtail, 75 halibut, 10 white sea bass. LONG BEACH (Pacific Landing) — Five boats, 144 anglers: 36 albacore, 7 yellowtail, 525 barracuda, 111 calico bass, 250 bonito, 17 bottom fish. (Pierpoint Landing) — Nine boats, 301 anglers: 54 albacore, 1,235 barracuda, 233 bonito, 546 bass, 4 yellowtail, 13 halibut NEWPORT BEACH (Davey's Locker) — Seven boats, 272 anglPf: 155 albacore, 402 bonito, •CO, sand bass, 7 barracuda celled a deputy's verbal opinion that 1963 hunting regulations were invalid, said a formal ruling on the matter would be announced later this month. Meanwhile, the possibility of legislative action was raised when Hugo Fisher, administrator of the state Resources Agency, said he would ask Gov. Edmund G- Brown to place the subject on "special call." The lawmakers then could re store the Fish and Game Commission's regulatory powers that they inadvertently took away during the general session to start the huge foulup. Brown earlier declined to put the matter on "special call. There were at least three deci sions, and possibly more, the Attorney G e n e r a I's office could make; —Put the 1962 regulations into effect immediately. —Go with the 1963 regulations until midnight, SepL 20, and then revert back to the 1962 code. —Allow the 1963 rules to stay on the books entirely. Mosk also said another "com pletely remote" possibility was that 1963 regulations would expire in September and there would then be no rules at all. Thus all affected animals would be "protected" and could not be hunted. Assemblywoman Pauline Davis, D-Portola, meanwhile, released a legislative counsel's opinion that 1963 regulations were good at least until September. That's because, in the counsel's opinion, the commission's powers do not expire until then. It was Mrs. Davis' now famous "three - point amendment" to a once routine bill extending the commission's powers that started the current mess. The Senate refused to go along with the amendment, which would have banned shooting of anything but three- point bucks in northeastern California and the bill died as the legislature adjourned. Scotty's nears drag record Approaching its own record of 184.04 m p h, Scottys Mufflers of San Bernardino, captured top eliminator honors at last Sunday's open drag meet with a clocking of 180.72 miles per hour. With Mike Snivley at the wheel. C. W. Scott's 377 cubic inch blown Chevrolet fuel dragster turned the quarter mile in a torried 8.32 seconds, to come withm a 10th of a second of its low elapsed time record. The Scotty's job will be shotting for the $50 government bond going to the first machme to hit 185 mph, during this Sunday's day long meet which begins at 9 a.m. Jinuny Enz rode Don McEvoy's Qass B. fuel Triumph to little eliminator honors, with a clocking of 126.00 m p h in the 10.26 seconds, while Lee Browns "Wild One" from Riverside took stock eliminator at 113.82 and 12.45. ed another briUiant game to his 1963 collection Friday night when he beat the New York Mets, 6-0, with a three-hitter. It was his ninth shutout of the season—more than any NL pitcher since Mort Cooper had 10 in 1942 and seven short of the league mark set by Alexander in 1916. Strikes Out 73 In addition to firing his thu'd straight three - hitter. Koufax struck out 13 batters to raise his league-leading total to 163. He thus leads NL pitchers m five key departments—shutouts and strikeouts plus the three that would qualify him for the rare triple crown. The Dodgers salted away Koufax' latest triumph, increasing their first-place lead to five games and dealing the Mets their 13th straight loss, with a three-run burst in the first inning. Tonraiy Davis started the rally with a single and there were key doubles by Frank Howard and Ron Fairly in addition to an error and a walk. The Philadelphia Phillies enabled the Dodgers to pick up a full game when they beat the San Francisco Giants, 7-5, the St. Louis Cardinals defeated the Milwaukee Braves, 5-3, the Chicago Cubs topped the Cincinnati Reds, 4-1, and the Pittsburgh Pirates nipped the Houston Colts, 2-1, in other NL games. In the American League, New York edged out the Los Angeles Angels, 4-3. Boston downed Minnesota. 3-2, Detroit beat Chicago. 7-6. and Baltimore topped Washington, 4-3. Sievers Leads Attack Roy Sivers' three-run double and two run-producing hits by Don Demeter helped the Phillies pin a ninth defeat on ex-teem- mate Jack Sanford despite Willie McCovey's 25th and 26th homers of the season for the Giants. Art JIahaffey, aided by Jack Bald- sebun's relief, won his sLxth victory. Harvey Kuenn also hit a homer for San Francisco. Gary Kolb's two-run homer keynoted a four-run third-inning rally which carried Bob Gibson to his ninth win for the Cardinals. Gene Oliver and JIack Jones homered for the Braves. Bob Buhl gained his first win over the Reds since 1957 behind a 13-hit Cub attack that included Ernie Banks' 16th homer of the year and the 351st of his career. Steve Boros, Banks. Ken Hubbs and Dick Bertell had two hits each for the C^bs. Dick Schofield's sLxth-inning homer touched off a two-run ral ly which gave Don Schwall his fifth victory. Bob Bruce lost his 11th game for the Colts. 10 For Rent A — ROOMS - APARTMENTS FURNISHES single apartment. 33i Cajon St. Stillman Apartments 1 bedroom unfurnished, stove and re- frigeraior. Pool, yard care. $80. 732-6131 or 792-3360. FUBNlSHEt) -At>ARTMENTSrTfSiny rates. S15 and up, monthly rates, S50 and up. utilities included. Children welcome. 792-7340. 1122 West Palm. Apt. 3. Furnished l bedroom apartment. $30. Unfurnished 2 bedroom with stove and refrigerator. $65. Southside. close in. Phone 792-6076. FURNISHED apartment, close in. Adults only. $40 month. Water, garbage paid. REES-REES. Realtors. 660 E. Redlands Blvd.. 792-5325. 2 AND 3 room rurcisne^ apartments. $50 up per month, weekly rates. Swimming pooL Shady trailer space. $20 up. Mission Motel & TraUer Park. Hiway 99. 3 miles west of Redlands. BL60MING CAilEtLlAS enhance th« charm of the private covered patio. Swedish fireplace, carpeted 2 bedroom apartment Lease. $120 per monUi. BERT MARCUM, Realtor, 793-2422. eves.. 792-8331. CAMEO COURT 2 bedroom apartment, air condiUon- ing. lawTi care, water and disposal paid. $85 month. 1351 Stillman Ave. 792-1887. 'i'HE tERRACti GARDEN APTS. The most spacious 2 bedroom apartment in Redlands. Sliding glass doors off the kitchen and bedroom to private patios. Air conditioning, large pool and many other features. Within walking distance of the U. of R.. schools and markets. 142 The Terrace 793J198 NEW Ted's Apartments Furnished 2 bedroom. 1 bath, $133. Pool. Air conditioned. 27385 Redlands Blvd. (near Alabama) 793-3679 BROOKSIDE PATIOS 711 Brookside NEW—SPACIOUS "For Luxury Living" # Large private patios. ^ Extra large rooms, closets. # Marble and til* baths. ^ Carpeting, drapes. # Built- ins. tile kitchen. ^ Refrigerated air cooled. ^ Insulated. ^ Heated pool. # Recreational area. ^ Laundry. ^ Storage in carports. 4 Off street guest parking. ^ Adults. ^ No pets. 1 Bedroom, 1 Bath 2 Bedrooms. 1 Bath.. 2 Bedrooms, 2 Hatha _SI15 _S135 _$I43 JULIANNA APARTMENTS 50 N. ASH ST. (1 block W. of Center & N. of Brookside) Redlands Newest, Finest . 1 BEDROOM 2 BEDROOM . _$100 -$125 Classified CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum 2 lines, 5 average words to the line. 32 letters and ipacei. Do not abbrevlatt. 1 Time 3 Time* « Times 2 Lines $1.00 »IJ2 *2-« 3 Lines 1.00 XSa 3.60 * Lines 1.00 i64 4.80 3 Lines 1J5 3.30 8.00 S Lines IJO 3.96 7.20 7 Lines 1.75 4.62 8.40 B Lines 2.0O S.28 9.60 9 Lines 2JS 5.94 10.80 10 Lines 2M 6.60 12.00 Per Month by th« Un« — S3.S0 CommercUl HatM on Rwuest 4 Heated pool. # Recreation room. ^ Carpeting, custom drapes. ^ Completely sound-proofed and insulated. « BuUt-in oven, range. # 15,000 BTU G.E. air conditioner. ^ Ceramic tile kitchen, bath. # Carports with storage area. 4 Free lacadrr facilities. CALL AT APARTMENT 4 or 792-S770 B — HOUSES 2 BEDROOM bouse near Bowl. $8S. 792-4607; FENCED I bedroom, unfurnished. SiSl 619 Sun. Call TR 5-5864. ONE bedroom house furnished. $35, couples only. 1146 Sixth Street. 1 BEDROOM furnished or unfumished. Adults. 793-5701. two bedroom house. $60. 221 West Pennsylvania. 793-4496. 2 BEDROOM southside. $30. Adults only. 825-5326. 2 BEDROOM unfurnished. Northside. $60. 792-4610. 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Identify & pay for ad. 792-2668. 4 Emplopent Wanted ROTOTILLING for lawn, garden, «t& 796-0922. COIXEGE Junior wants typing, PBX. baby sitting, etc. 796-5522. CARPOrtfiR. cabinet maker, smau alterations, repairs. Watklns. 797-0598. YARDS cleaned, old lawns renovated, new lawns put In. 797-4982. EXPEftlEKCfib Practical Nurse wants case. Child care or new boms. Local references. 794-1361. 6 Help Wanted MIDDLE aged lady. live in. care for children nights. 792-3531. SECRETARY wiUi escrow or real estate experience. Phone 797-1181, DENTAL assistant wanted. Experience helpful. Reply in own handwriting giving age. marital status, phone number etc to Facts Office Box 71. RETIRED couple to manage apartments. Assume fuU responslbUity in exchange for rent. Yucaipa area. Write Box 66. Facts office. WOMA.V to care for elderly lady. live in. minimum 5 days per week. No lifting or heavy housework. Pleasant home on Zanja. CaU 792-2432 after 8 p.m. 9 Room and Board ttattL tASA btt BfiV Retirement hotel for senior dtlzens. Home cooking, clean cozy rooms, friendly atmosphere. Reasonable rates, dose in. 303 Nordina St. 792-9068. 0 For Rent _ A-ROOMS • APARTMENTS BEU3R0OM unfurnished apartment. 792-3451 after 6 pjn. 3ROOM. unfurnished, $75. Cooler. 792-7878. PURKlSHfiD 3 room apartment. (Julet. reasonable. Garage. 793-3639. ONE bedroom. unfumiiBed, $Sa Apply at 712 W Colton. ORNlsHfit) 2 Wroom. cooler, south- side, close in. Adults only. 793-4904. BEDROOM upstairs furnished. $60 plus gas. 232 Sonora. VIEW. Two bedroom unfurnished apartment. Air conditioned, redecorated. 614 Pine. 792-U04. 4 6fiI)R66M. air conditioned apartment Famished. $65. Unfurnished, $a. 74 San Gorgonlo. 793-2461. LOVELY two bedroom unfurnished apartment. Cooler, garage, covered paUo. $35. 928 Wert State. 793^108. FURNISHED and unfurnished apartment. Close in. Carport; water and disposal paid. AdulU. 792-2122. iE 1 bedroom lower tmfumisbed 2 BEDROOM, 810 E. Colton $105 3 BEDROaV, 20 Dale Lane $133 Eves. & Sun. call Mrs. Bromberger, 793-4370. PHIL LUKEl. Realtor, 131 CaJon. 793-28SS. FOR LEASE 2 bedroom house, $110 month. Water, carpets, drapes, screened patio. Clean. U. of R. area. PRESCOTT'S, Realtors. 5 W. SUte. 793-3188. 3 Bedroom, unfurnished, lease. 5 95 1 Bedroom, unfurnished, lease $100 2 Bedroom, unfurnished, lease. $125 3 Bedroom, tmfumished. lease $173 JOE UTTLEPAGE. Realtor 109 Cajon Day or Nite 793-2769 2 BEDROOM duplex, Southside, unfurnished SS7J0 I BEDROOM apartment, furnished, close ln_ _» 3S 80 2 BEDROOM, unfurnished WANDA HALE, Realtor 136 W. Coltoo 793-2475 Contractors or Horse Lovers 2 bedroom house and 4 or 8 car garage for storage. Stalls for 3 horse* and corral. On the north bench of the Yucaipa area. Call Shirley Crook. 793-5007 or Esther McCaskill, 793-3940 with Silas S. Stanley, Heal- tor. 310 E. Citrus. t - OFFICES . BOH.DINCS BUSINESS buildmgs. West Hiway 99, $-5-$150. Key at 112 First. 792-4511. NOW LEASING New stores or offices, air conditioned, front parking. 516 Texas Street. 792-3360 or 792-6131. E — RESORT RENTALS ~ TRAILER at Oceanside. Sleeps 5. $7 night or $42 week. Available July. 792-4639. (5 Bargain Spot — AUTOMOTIVE 1954 FORD pickup with camper. $350. 810 Lombard. 1957 MGA coupe. Wire wheels, new tlrM. Runs perfect. $825. 796-3235. FORD. 6 cylinder, standard transmission. $600. 793-1^3. SH6WR06M Fresh -t962 Continental: Air, many desirable extras. Original owner. TU 2-3012. i — TRAILERS - BOATS x45 ROADJIASTER house trailer. See Donald N. McKee. 745 E. Stuart, Phone 793-3111. — FURNITURE LOVELY Georgiaii mahogany bedroom furniture. CaU before noon, 792-1891. CARPET' 9X13 — Woo). 2 bedroom suites. Drop leaf table. Refrigerator, Lamps. 797-4094. USED furniture—Dining set, 6 chairs, buffet, davenport, step table. Pleasa do not call unless interested, 792-394S. CaU before Monday. apartment. Stove & refrigerator. C Kooiman Real Estate. 108 W. Fern. AIR conditioned sleepmg rooms, by day or week. Reasonable. 20!^ W. CentraL MIX Crest TSS Economy rooms and apartments. 725 Orange. HUlltles paid. 793-5698. NICEST 3 room in town, new fumi- ture. twin beds, car port, $125. Loma Vitt» Apts.. 205 W. rm. n2-5S43. RALPH'S BARGAIN SPOT Used Fumltcr* - Appliances We buy and sell most aoything. PY 2-5857 Posed Sun. R«». PV 2-2382 E — MISCELLANEOUS "FRIGIKING" ciT refrigeraUon.. Cheap. 7^2632. No. I chicken manure $15 per truckload, roadside. CaU 845-122S. SANTA ROSA plums. Tree ripened, sweet, and delicious. 5c per pound- 17tb and Ounlap. Yucaipa. WESTERN Holly gas range; Huffy electric mo-wer. 100 It, cord, good condiUon. 792-5207.

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