Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on July 18, 1963 · Page 14
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 14

Redlands, California
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Thursday, July 18, 1963
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BEN CASEY By NEAL ADAiMS SHORT RIBS By FRANK O'NEAL J DONT VUDBiSrm PAUcNlS. 'IHE^ SAVV/£ HAVE TOO MUCH OF ES-ERVIWINS THESE DAYS. 7-/3 Wai.IASREE, BUT\VH£NI OFFERED ID DO WrrHOUT.My F0UC5 eOT MAD AT ME. DAN FLAGG By DON SHERWOOD MORTY IHEERLE By DICK CAVALLI THAT^THBLA6T -IH5 kaisHSse-/ K>K A OW WHO ADMn^ HA6N 'rBra^ INStOe A VOTING BOOTH eiHCB TUB LANDON- He CeeiAINLV TA(iB5 H15 pcunce eBf ^meo// ALLEY OOP By V. T. HAMLIN PRISCILIJV'S POP By AL VERMEEK Z WAS JUST USING „_ LANGUAGE YOUR>:2.| MOTHER CAN 7% ^ UNDERSTAND! V^^H CAPTAIN EASY rfA$y WATCHED ALL NIGHr FOR A CHANCE 70 JUMP A GilARP, SUTTJiEV AKE TOOALEKT.THBJ ATWiWN-, FA5TERI IA )A EAGER TL, 5BB WAT GOLO 'HOmiOl COWSBACX-VOU FOKGOr iLOAPiWypACM •ifHEN EA5/ RECALLS SOMETHWe TOPA HAP TOLP HIM COKCEKN- • ING ll.AMn» /WHy NOTPUTirOM ( OURLLAMAIPASCO?, By LESLIE TLBNEB BUr A* THE HHAVy PACK 15 APPEP TO m fX3JWML lOAPi THB LLAWA U5E5 HIS PEFEfJSE AC-««5rABS55 .„$P(rr(«S A RWL5MELUWS USUP OH H!$ VICTIM... OUR BOARDINU HOUSE with MAIOB HOOPLK OUT DUB WAl J. R. WILLIAMS I HATE TO SPOIL A BEAUTiFUL WORMlMS, SOT X HAVE: To WAffMj EVaS^Ot^t—SAKE HOOPLE 1$ COMING/ LISr£^^ TotHiS: [•TELL THE BUTCHER TO OVER ftoTHlN' BUTTOPCOTS I'M R-Vlt >i(5 IM CJOADCD AT THAT, FOR A CHArte&.'Tric: Cr^LV FLV (M6X EVER KMEW HlAt TDTJO WAS OUT CPAffO>i CAR. A RAILROAD DICK'6 ffOOT/ 3AKE-~ NERVY PH3DLE SNlAKe oil- AT A CONVEAJTlOis) ^AK5/WAKES A LASnNG> IMPRESSION ON pEOPLe = 14 - Thurs., July 18, 1963 Redlands Daily Pacts TELEVISION IN REVIEW By KICK DU BROW HOLLWOOD (UPI) — The im mediacy of the desegregation cri sis gave unique interest to the appearance Wednesday night of Sen. Richard Russell of Georgia on CBS-TV's "Portrait," not only because of the show's content but for its tone as well. To no one's surprise, of course, Russell, in the half-hour inter view at his home in Winder, Ga., reiterated his feeling that the present turmoil is moving in too e-xtreme and fast a manner with the administration's approval. But perhaps most important about the half-hour was the tone that was summarized in conclusion by reporter Harry Reasoner: That in any struggle, men of goodwill of all sides are worth listening to. Russell's credentials as a respected spokesman for the position of a large part of the South are uncjuestionable. As Reasoner recalled, Harry Truman once said of Russell that he might well have been presidential material if he had come from a different part of the country—since geography has a good deal to do with the selection of candidates. Thus, "Portrait" fulfilled an urgent function of television in the desegregation hassle: The presentation of spokesmen of all sides in a setting of rationality, so that as much bitterness as possible is allayed in efforts to keep a national tragedy from getting out of hand. Thus, also, Reasoner's morning "Calendar" show for next Tuesday offers a report by an analyst on a survey of Negro opinion in the United States. There was also a personal and very human side to Wednesday night's fine interview. Russell, 65, recalled the more formal nature of the Senate 30 years ago: First names, he said, weren't used. He spoke fondly of his hard-working mother, who made garments for her 13 children, wTote to them every week when they were away, and acted as doctor and nurse as well. And, with humor, he recalled the various reasons he never married—and said that if he had it to do again, he would indeed get hitched. The Channtl Swim: NBC-TV dropped Robert Taylor's new fall series, in which the star was to have played a worker in the U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare...It will be replaced by "Temple Houston," a one-hour western set against a backdrop of legal practice, starring Jeffrey Hunter...the time slot is 7:30-8:30 p.m. EDT.. Bob Hope's new NBC anthology series will produce the first John O'Hara story ever acquired for fihn television, "It's Mental Work", .first published in the New Yorker magazine, and to be adapted by Rod Serling, it is set m a shabby bar and concerns the efforts of a bartender and hat-check girl to gain control of the establishment after the ovm- er's death. IN HOLLYWOOD Parisians pay to see commercials By Erskine Johnson PARIS - (NEA) - Jetting and jotting: Lo, the poor people of Paris. Paris movie fans, that is. Filmed advertising commercials have invaded almost all of the big movie houses here while French TV fans enjoy noncommercial entertainment. But "enjoy" is not the word for the stateowned television and its programming, which most of the French label as "iouzay." Only shut-ins, people here say, ever watch television. But until commercial television comes to France, theater owners have something better even the popcorn. People pay to WATCH commercials! A movie company on location in Europe faced a sudden production crisis which revealed an amusing difference between Aus trian and Hungarian psychology. Said the fitai's Austrian-bom director: "The situation is serious, but not hopeless." Said the Hungarian-bom cam eraman: "The situation is hopeless, but not serious." Just outside of Beimt, on the to the magnificent ruins of Baal- beck (what a movie location!) there is a village named "Sofar." You guessed it. As every tourist bus roars past "Solar" the grinning guide has a stock comment: "We just passed Sofar. Then there's a Bob Hope-like pause, followed by the guide's words, "Well, Sofar, so good." Ava Gardner lifted more than one eyebrow when she failed to appear at the London premiere of "55 Days at Peking, for which NOTICE TO BIDDERS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of Trustees of the nedlands Unified School District o{ San Bernardino County, CaUfomla. hereby calls for sealed bids to be delieverd to the Assistant Superintendent of the said Board at the Administrative Offices. 33 West Lugonia Avenue, Redlands, California until the 2Sth day of July, 19S3. at 10:30 a.m., at which time and place s^id bids will be opened for: Markette Steam Cooker w/trade in of Markette Forge Steamer, Model 2MGS. Lumber For Shops. Each bid shall be made out on a form to be obtained at the office of the Assistant Superintendent of Schools. Each bid over $4,000 shall be accompanied by a certified or cashier's check payable to the owner or a satisfactory bid bond in favor of the owner, executed by the bidder as principal and company satisfactory to the Board of Trustees as aurety in an amount not less than .9^ of the bid; said check or bond shall be given as a guarantee that the bidder will execute the contract if it be awarded lo him. The Governing Board of said School District reserves the right to reject any or all bids or waive any Informality in a bid. No bidder may withdraw his bid for a period of thirty 130) days after the date set for the opening thereof. By order of the Governing Board of Redlands Unified School District of San Bernardino County. Dated at Redlands, California this nth day of July. 1963. CHARLES R. STULTZ, Clerk o( said Governing Board. she was paid $500,000 as one of its stars. Three days later she jetted in from Madrid for the opening of an obscure film in which her only interest was friendship with the producer. Not pout ing, however, is Samuel Bronston, who paid her a half million. He told me: "If I had another role for Ava, I would sign her tomorrow. Paris reputation as the world's most expensive city for tourists has become a headache for French travel agencies. Italy now has twice as many foreign tourists annually as France. But Rome is catching up. The money comes in lire there. And let me tell you that the lire is becoming de-lirious. That means when in Rome, you can't do what the Romans do. It's becoming too expensive! RECORDS 'QUAKE PRATO, Italy (UPI) — A violent earthquake centered some where in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Greenland empted at 2:32 p.m. (EDT) Tuesday, according to the Seismological Observatory here. A spokesman said instmments recorded a shock of seven or eight degrees on the Mercalli scale. The center apparently was located 1,600 miles northwest of here, he said. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ENGAGE »• THE SALE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES To Whom It May Concern: Subject to issuance of the license applied for, notice Is hereby given that the undersigned proposes to sell alcoholic beverages at the premises, described as follows: 1874 Mentone Blvd.. Mentone (OUT). Pursuant to such intention, the undersigned is applying to the Department of AlcohoUc Beverage Control for issuance by transfer of an alcoholic beverage license (or licenses) for these premises as follows: ON SALE BEEB Anyone desiring to protest the Issuance of such license may file a verified protest with any office of the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control, within 30 days of the posting of this notice, stating grounds for denial as provided by law. The premises are not now licensed for the sale of alcoholic beverages. The form of verification may be obuined from any office of the Department. BEBNICE N. tc GEORGE E. MARTIN. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 32659 Superior Court of the State of California, for the County of San Bernardino. Estate of MARY M. FERRIS. Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the creditors of the alwve 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 above entitled court, or to present them, with the necessary vouchers, to the undersigned at the law offices of John P. O'Connor, Attorney at Law, located at 35249-B Yucalpa Boulevard, Yucalpa, C:aU- fomla. which Is the place of business of the undersigned In aU matters pertaining to the estate of said decedent, within six months after the first publication of this notice. Dated July 9. 1963. ROLAND E. FERRIS, Executor of the Will of the above named decedent. JOHN P. O'CONNOR, Attorney at Law. 35249-B Yucaipa Boulevard, Yucalpa. California, Telephone 797-0097. Attorney for Executor. (First publication: July II. 1963) PICKING PAY Effective: July 1963 SCHEDITLE — Grapefruit for 1963-64 crop year HIVER GROWERS ASSOCIATION P. O. Box 671 Redlands. CaUfomla PICKING PAY SCHEDULE PUBLISHED RATE Per SUndard Box — (3115 cu. in.) Select Size Picking $ .14 For Stripping » .10 The above rate is based on a standard Field Box 3115 cubic inches as specified by CaUfomla statutes. The crop wage area shaU be as specified by the Department of Employment, State of California, and described as foUows: RedUnda Area The above schedule is designed to afford the qualified worker the opportunity* to earn an average hourly amount of not less than the prevailing hourly wace rate or the adverse effect rate for comparable agricultural work in the crop wage area of employment. Should the hourly earnings faU below the legal rate for comparable agricultural work in the crop wage area of employment, an upward adjustment in piece rates wiU be made to Insure such earnings. Redlands FoothUI Graves Redlands Heights Citrus Co. Crafton Citrus Co. Gold Banner Association Redlands Orange Growers Assn. Southern Citrus Association Redlands Cooperative Fniit Assn. Orangedale Bryn Mawr Assn. United Cltnu Growers Gold Buckle Association Mission Fruit Co. Western Fruit Growers Pkg. Co. East HIghlanrft Citrus Assn. Signed: RALPH SECRRXST. Chairman. River Growers AssoclaUon. COOLING NEW YORK (UPI) - Smack in the middle of a heat wave came an announcement by a leading appliance company that it was expan(iing its air conditioner and refrigeration equipment manufacturing facilities by 20 per cent. The firm. Whirlpool Corp., said it will spend about S3 million on the project in the latter half of 1963. FAILURES DROP NEW YORK (UPI) — Business failures during the first half of this year ran about nine per cent below the corresponding period of 1962, according to figures issued by Dunn & Bradstreet. Through June 27, business failures numbered 7,865 this year, averaging 303 per week, compared to 8.638, or 332 per week, in the same 1962 period. OUR ANCESTORS by Quincy "Sure you're entitled to your rum ration—^but tha Cap'n didn't say nothing about no Daiquiris'." CARNIVAL By Dick Tomer "So you're Mile, Janie's new boy friend! Funny, but I had pictured you witli a tetephone stuck to your head!" SIDE GLANCES By Gill Fox iB 7-JB • m IT MO. hcTK. t^. OS. PA Off. "/f ivy doesn't do well in it, I can always take up churning as a hobby!" This and That .ous fuzzle ACROSS IBoar 4Cease S Steep,rugged rock 12 Native metal 13 Weight of North Bomeo 14 Magic 15 Males 16 Fringed shoulder pad ISPetiUon 20 Donkeys aiStrioKng 22 Table scraps 24 Cracked 27 Mire 30 Post anew 32 Read 34 Reluctant 33 Ascended 36 Babylonian moon-god 37Mustering o£ troops 39 Urn 40LocS;of]iair (Scot) 41 Dry, as wine 42SIadeaf asii 45aosest 49 Deserted infant 51 Rowing tool 52 Charity 53 Behold.' (Latin) 34 Etruscan goddess 55 Flower SeSarazen's mounds S7 Droop DOWN IDvelling Bouse 2 Biblical name 3 Well-bred males 4 Rate of motion 5 Colima 6 Speaker 7 Completed (Hawaii) 8 Salad plant 9 Grooves 10 Poker stake 11 Driving command (pL) 17 Opposed to former 19 Tracking apparatus 23 Recompense 24 Brothers 25 Son of Jacob 26 Armada 27 Pertaining to certain tropical plants 7 28 Employs 29 Low sand hill SlBody of land 33 Stream 38 Italian dfy 40 Grammaticaf form 41 Wise ones 42 Distant 43 Song for one 44 Drones 46 Noun suffix 47 Capital of Yemen 48 Spruce 50 Permit

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