Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on July 20, 1963 · Page 8
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 8

Redlands, California
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Saturday, July 20, 1963
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BEN CASEY By NEAL ADABlIS SOOBT RIBS By FRANK O'NEAL By DON SHERWOOD 8I0RTY ftlEEKLB By DICK CAVALU I'LL oive A QA\ee IN BWTO -me mpuy/e& WHO cm GO iHe LOHQescmHaKfieaii^ FOE cm. OCJi AIXEY OOP By V. T. HAJJILIN OH, MV \ WHERE'D \ GOO'NESS, OURIiING ) NWBE SEE 'IM PRiscnj ^'S POP NO MAYBE ABOUT ir.' THIS MONSTER'S COME HERE MiO DE5TROYEP OUR RUtER, THAT'S WHAT HE'S DOME! A^ \WAT KIND OF SILLY STUFF IS THAT, FOR CATSAKE._ J By AL VERIHEEB 7-lo CAPTAIN EASY By LESLIE TLKNEB WASHINe WOMT \ HELP HO\i smi sun GET UO^.NOT IF WE FlN[> THEGOLP! in *EA$/ WHOREWEMBERTHAL MAP BE*Tl SOWiaTHAT, aUSTOllAMA. WHENWEAKEl THRUWTH'Ett! GUP. BOARUINti HOUSE witb MAJOR HOOPLR OUT OUR WAY i. R. WDLJUAM8 I'M NOT BLAfAlM SOJ PERTHE r^^^y^T-r^, , .„i-r,JT= c^^r^ 1 V ICE80K WELCONVE, MARTHA— WERE COM^^JG HERE WITH A M l^Z:J^^%T^^2^^ J/i FAT BArJKBOLU AfJO SOU ^^^^ A AJTOAS X V// WERE HEI-O (JP AKlO ROBBeD//'/ ^O^^^C) OCT OFA fTy//^ IMDW ALL VOL) NEED IS A Few IWEEKS' CREDIT TILL YOOK OIL VJEUt. COMES IM 8 -SaJurday, July 20, 1963 Redfoncfs Dolly Facts NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice is hereby given that the aiy Council, City of Hedlands, County of San Bernardino. Catifomia. will hold a public hearing on Resolution No. 2303, a resolution of intention of the City of Hedlands to order the vacation of an alley described as follows: AU of that 10 foot wide alley lying northerly of Lots 22 and 23 ot Casa Loma Addition as recorded in Book 15. Page 3, records of San Bernardino County and extending from the easterly line of 57.58 loot wide Tribune Street to the westerly line of 23 foot wide Post Street as shown on said map. Said Public Hearing will be held in the Council Chambers in the Safety Building, 212 Brookside Avenue, Hedlands. California at 7:00 p.m. on August 6, 1963. HAZEL M. SOPER, City Clerk. SWEETIE PIE By Nadine Seltzer "Threats will get you nowhere! No wampum, no firewaterl" OUR AITCESTORS byQuincy "I don't like to carry civilians in wartime, Mr. Key, but in your case Vll make an exception I" Vacation Time Answer to Previous Punte ACROSS 1 Health seeker's vacation spot 4 Place for gambler's vacation 8 Huntsman's • gadget 12 Go on vacation by 13 Vacation the waves I4Stagic 15 Seine 16 Liturgical garments 18 Vacationing motorists 20 Property item 21 Ray Diaz de Bivar 22 Vases 24Rcvcrbcr^ 26 Sailing 27 Golf teacher aOBooItbindinS term 32 Nimbler 34 Turkish, community 35 Degrade 36 Mariner's dirccttoa 37 Molding 39 Ashen 40 Plant part 41 Middling (comT). form) 42Port-aa-Prince is its capital -55 Imitate 49 Betokens 51 Numbers (aW 52 Adolescent year 53 Mod 54 Folding bed 55 Deer 56 Frosted 57 Summer (o a Frenchman DOWN 1 Hourglass ingredient 2 Wharf 3Vegetablo 4 Roamed 5 Always 6 Hercules' centaur 7 Table bit S Lock of hair 9 Operates 10 Poker stake 11 Nuisance 17 Administer 19 Musical instrument 23 English dvmatist 24 OStcasts 26 Maxim 27DeUght(poct) 28 Genuine 29 French stream 31 Amatory 33Constraia 38 Medical term 40 Bee's defense 41 Pondered 43 strikes 43 Dill 44Notioti 46 Simple 47ElowahoTn 48 Royal Italian family name SO Chevalier's friend CARNIVAL By IKck Turner IN HOLLYWI By ERSKINE JOHNSON LONDON — (NEA) _ So how do I know — just in case some people are still interested — if he will ever many the girl? In the game of "Burton, Burton, Who's Got the Burton?", no one is talking for real here e.xcept lawj-ers who are behind the scenes. No one can make a good guess on the outcome of the whole affair until it becomes a little clearer just how willing Mrs. Burton and Eddie Fisher may be to "co-operate." Until this colossal "His" and "Hers" problem is settled, signed and sealed, Burton and Liz are just talking — for the love of life, liberty and the purstiit of headlines. They are two cats on a red hot financial dilemma. It is a game they find hilarious — on alternate days. It was Burton's turn to be hilarious the day before I jetted in to button him down on the. set of "Becket," his latest movie on the sound stages here. He laughed about a London newsman waiting for him in the lobby of the hotel where both he and Liz are living in the obviously happy publicity spotlight. "He asked me: 'Are you and Miss Taylor getting married?' "My answer to him was. 'Sure, but NOT to each other.' Well, you should have seen that young chap's eyes spin." The day before had been Liz's turn to be happy. Since some of the critics gave her "Cleopatra" the needle — her performance at least — she batted those long double eyelashes and let her secretary hint the wedding would be in October. Then she laughed, perhaps, all the way to her jewel box to admit again a $100,000 diamond broach Burton reportedly presented to her recently as a chin-up, let-the-lawyers-worry pacifier. It has become a waiting game, you see. The longer they wait the less Eddie Fisher and Mrs. Burton will resist. That's the talk in Mayfair pubs, at least. Since those "Cleopatra" needles, Liz, it also is said, has been a bit short-tempered, after Burton and the star lunched with a London newsman, Liz came off second best. "Now why did he say such things about me?" she pouted to Burton as they read his comments about them. 'Because," said Burton "you discussed art with him and when he made some observations about a certain painting you told him he didn't know what he was talking about." What Burton talks about is spiced with his lusty sense of humor. He was asked to join Peter O'Toole, his "Becket" costar, in some alluring still photos with a bit of French pastry in the cast — her name is Veronique Vendell, Burton's whisper to us was: "I really shoiild leave them be, I'm m enough trouble ateady. About the "Cleopatra" reviews, he admits being pleasantly sur prised. "I thought we would really be slaughtered," he said. "I thought we would be absolutely lacerated, I figured we would be taken apart for being too literary, too action- less." He was limping, and he blamed the horse he rides in "Becket. "Movies," he commented 'should be made without horses, dogs, camels, chickens, children or pretty girls." The "pretty girls" just may have been a Freudian slip. It was, after all, not too much of a limp. Classified CLASSIFICATION INDEX UM and Foucd- Personals „ Special Notices Employment Wanted Help Wanted SchoaU - Instructions _ Nurseries - Day Schools Room and BoanL For Rent Wanted to Rent Bargain Spot Business Services- Musical Instrumentala Real Estate Loans Money to Loan.. Money Wanted . Mortgages - Trust Deedi . Business Opportunities . Income Property Beach - Mountain Industrial Property Lots and Acreage Real Estate Exchanges— Groves and Ranche R-!aJ Estate Wanteds Commercial Property Houses for Sale... Mobile Homes - Trailers Trucks - Trailers Automotive Imported Cars _ 10 _ 13 _ 15 _ 22 _ 26 _ 40 _ 41 _ a _ 43 _ 44 _ 47 — 48 — 4a _ 90 _ 51 _ 52 _ 53 _ 54 _ 55 _ 58 _ 59 _ 80 _«0A Trading Sfamp Directory S. Si. H. Grten Stamps THE HAHHIS CO IT E. SUto Pbon* PY 3-238S 1 Lost and Found LOST — Siamese cat. Vicinity Country Club. 793-4957. 4 Employment Wanted KOTOTILLI.\G for lawn, garden, etc. 796-0922. HOUSEWORK by hour. Fast and thorough. 792-7029. YARDS cleaned, old lawns renovated. new lawns put in. 797-4982. BABY sUtins by day in my home. Call Mrs. Durling, 792-7621. 421 S. Buena Visla. 6 Help Wanted SECRETARY with escrow of real estate experience. Phone 797-1131. FULL time ambulance attendant needed. 1033 Washington. COMBINATION machinist that can weld and do spray painting. 112 First St.. 792-4611. WANTED — Part-time sales lady. Some experience. In downtown food store. Write Facts office. Box 73. WAITRESS. fuUy experienced. Hours 2-9. Apply in person. Winn's Fountain. 10 W. Colton. SECRETARY, must know shorthand and office machines. Write short resume- Box 72. Facts office. RETIRED couple to manage apartments. Assume full responsibility in exchange for rent. Yucaipa area. Write Box 66. Facts office. ACCOUNTANT. Plan, organize, and supervise school district accounting and bookkeeping system, with re- sponsibUity for the accounting department Knowledge of school accounting procedure desirable. Contact Personnel Office. 9680 Citrus Avenue. Fontana. VaUey 2-B021. HUNTER Engineering Co. MAINTENANCE ELECTRICIAN (A) Able to read blueprints, previous «- pcrience in industrial maintenance of AC and DC equipment, electronics and some industrial construction experience. Permanent. Excellent employee benefits. Pleasant modem -working conditions in one of California's most beautiful industrial plants. 3 blocks off Riverside Freeway at Columbia Ave. turn-off. rHwy. 91-18» Apply Personnel Dept 1495 COLUMBIA AVE. Riverside. Calif. "Like Janie said, he's interested in space—both outer and inner!" POLICE RAID HOME DUBLIN (UPI)-Police seized machine guns, rifles and ammu nition believed to belong to the outlawed Irish Republican Army (IRA) in a raid on a mountain home in County Tippery Thursday, according to officials here. They said four men were ar rested but that a number of others got away. No shots were fired in the raid, officials said. NOTICE TO CBEDITOBS No. 32697 Superior Court of the State of California, for the County of San Bernardino. Estate of THOMAS J. P. SHANNON. Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY crVEN to the creditors of the above named decedent that aU persons having claims against the said decedent are required to fUe them, with the necessary vouchers, in the office of the clerk of the above entlUed court, or to present them, with the necessary vouchers, to the undersigned at the offices of Russell Goodwin. Attorney at Law. 306 East SUte Street, Redlands. California, 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 pubUcation of this notice. Dated July 12. 1963. VIRGINIA R. SHANNON. Administratrix of the Estate of the above named decedent. RUSSELI. GOODWIN, Attorney at Law. 306 East SUte Street, Redlands. California, Telephone: 793-4710. Attorney for Administratrix. (First pubUcation: July 13, 1963) NOTICE OF BEAKING ON PETITION FOB PROBATE OF Wn .1, AND FOB LETTEBS TESTAMENTABT Na 32749 In the Superior Court at the State of Califomia. in and for the County of San Bernardino. In the matter of the Estate of EDITH B. WOODDELL. Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the petition of Marion R. Lewis for the probate oi WUl of Edith B. WooddeU the above named decedent, and for the issi»nce of Letters Testamentary thereon to Harlon R. Lewis, petitioner, reference to whldi is hereby made for further particulars, wiU be heard at 9:30 o'elock a.n>.. on July 26. 1963. in the court room of the Probate Department. Boom 308 of the above entitled Court at the courthouse in the City of San Bernardino in the above designated county and state. Sated July 12. 1963, V. DENNIS WARDLE. aerk. By Xditb CampbeU. Deputy Clerk. RUSSELL GOODWIN, 306 E. SUte St.. , Redlands, Califomiii, , 1 Attorney for PetiUoner. 1 I mn* Fublicatiaa inlii U, U63- 1D For Rent A — ROOMS - APARTMENTS ONE bedroom, unfurnished. $50. Apply at 712 W Colton. FURNISHED 2 bedroom, cooler, south- side, close in. Adults only. 793-4904. FURNISHED single apartment. 331 Cajon St. 3 ROOM unfurnished apartment. 12423 Ridgewood Dr.. Yucaipa. FURNISHED duplex 3 large rooms, cooler, adults. 114 Parkwood. CLOSE in 1 bedroom apartment. Furi nished. Utilities paid. S45. 792-3713. 1 BEDROOM furnished apartment. Cose in. Utilities paid. Air condi- ttoned. Inquire 2S1 Cajon. NORTHSIDE 2 bedroom duplex. Wafer, disposal paid. $69. Van Wieren Bros. 793-2408. TTRACTIVE 2 room furnished apartment. Air-conditioned. 820 W. Olive. 792-4.140 or 793-5558. LOVELY two bedroom unfurnished apartment. Cooler, garage, covered patio. S8J. 928 West State. 793-5108. LARGE I bedroom lower unfurnished apartment. Stove & refrigerator. C. Kooiman Real Estate. 108 W. Fern. AIR conditioned sleeping rooms, by day cr week. Reasonable. 20^3 W. Central. NICEST 3 room in town, newlumi- ture, twin beds, car port, $125. Loma Vista Apts.. 205 W. Fern. 792-5S43. FOR LE.\SE — 3 bedroom. 2 bilH Patio, larse per month. home. Near Safe's, fenced yard. 9160 792-6^6. FURNISHED apartment, close in. Adults only. $40 month. Water, garbage paid. REES-REES. ReaJIors. 660 E. Redlands Blvd.. 792-5325. FCRKBHED APARTMENTS. weei)y rates. SIS and up, monthly rates. $50 and up, utilities included. Children welcome. 792-7840. 1122 West Palm. Apt. 3. Sfillman Apartments 1 bedroom unfurnished, stove and refrigerator. Pool, yard care. $30. 792-6131 or 792-3360. 3 BEDBOO.M unfurnished. Birch kitchen, built-in range. Cooled. Private patio. Water and disposal paid. $87.50 month. •93-2403 793-3SM FURNISHED, attractive, l bedroom unit in spacious court. Carport, storage. laundry facilities, swimming pool, play area. $90. DurreK. Unit D. 924 E. Central Ave. 793-5785. AND 3 room tumanerl anartmeats. $50 up per month, weekly rates. Swlmoilng pool. Shady traUer space. »20 up. Mission MoteJ A Trailer Park. Hlway 99, 3 miles west of Redlands. CAMEO COURT 2 bedroom apartment, air conditioning, lawn care, water and disposal paid. S8S month. 1351 stuiman Ave. 792-1887. tJirtTlRNiSHED. attractive. 2 bedroom unit in spacious court. Electric range and refrigerator available. Carport, storage, laundry facilities, swimming pool, play area. S90. Dur- reU, Unit D, 924 E. Central Ave. 793-5783. BROOKSIDE PATIOS 7\l Broolcsrde NEW—SPACIOUS '"For Luxury Living" • I.arge private patios. « Extra larga rooms, closets. « Marble and tile baths. # Carpeting, drapes. ^ Built- ins. tile kitchen. # Refrigerated air cooled. ^ Insulated. # Heated pooL « Recreational area. « Laundry. • Storage in carports. ^ Off street guest parking. « Adults. « No pets. 1 Bedroom. 1 Bath _$115 2 Bedrooms. 1 Bath $135 2 Bedrooms. 2 BaUis $145 JULIANNA APARTMENTS 50 N. ASH ST. (1 block W. of Center * N. of Brookside) Redlands Newesf, Finesf 1 BEDROOM $100 2 BZDROOM $125 ^ Heated pooL 4 Recreation room. • Carpeting, custom drapes. 4 Completely sound-proofed and insulated, # BuQt-ln oven, range, ^ 15.000 BTU GX. air conditioner. « Ceramle tUe kltch«ai. bath. « Carports with storage area. * Free ZaLadry facilities. CAU, AT APARTMENT 4 or 782-5770

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