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BEN CASEY By NEAL ADAaiS SHORT RIBS By FRANK O'NEAL POOR AfiDum, SOMEBODY .MU$r HAVE PUOED THf RUG OUT FROM UNDER HIM. .nm,w>.w.T>i.i^m>«.<« OKeAU DAN FLAGG By DON SHERWOOD IN HAVANA, P.AS& )SBHNSHaPFCK INTERROSATION. A HISH-STRUNG CASTOOFOUOISER OVERHEAKP ISOK VANOTSJOiaNS KEWSK5TW 'DftNMN&WVSA 'SPy'ANCHAS MADEi^AReES ASAlNSr THE UNSUSFEaiN (f RAS5. ALLEY OOP By V. T. HAfllLIN •THERE; Y'SEE? ITOLWUH AW, GET BWX IN THE POC BITOFFMORE'N HE 7 BUSSY.' VOC KMOWS COULP HANDLE BY V HIS WAY AROUNP.' HE'LL HIMSELF.' ^.^^COME our 01=;THIS AIL ^ ^r— ^ RIGHT.'GWE'IM TIM ALLEY OOP'S REFUSAL TO TAKE PAST IN THE CURREMT T-M PROJECr NECESSrtATEP PR.VVONMUaS TRIP TO MOO IN SEARCH OF A SUITABLE REPLACEMENT PRISCHJLA'S POP By AL VERIMEEB POP SAT^ 1 CAN'T r1 PLAY BALL! I'VE GOT ' TO CUT THE LAWN! CAPTAIN EASY By LESLIE TDRNER J]EAR TUB TOP.PASCO STTPS UP Hi$PACE,A$ EASynsHTS FOeSSEAT'll fA*TEBiVOU LASSARPl FORTHIRISEN 'itAd*! WAIT FOB THIS MOMEMTi BUrHS , CAN HARDLV BREATHEl HE mil ^OOH FREEZE THERE] 50 WKATl V KONOKIOi WATCH HlKRyONi, HIM'. HE CAM MO LOMGEK PUT UP OUR BOARDINCi HOUSE wltb HAJOB HOOPLE OCT DUB WAY i. B. WILLIAMS I'M VOa WARNlMe', 3AK& TH" FlKSTTlN\EVOU ROLL OUT A PACK HOW ABOUT, MAKING A TO 5i <lPTOVlM. you CAM HAVE MY HAW-HAW/ 6AN \e OLD A\ACK AMD < CLSD&.'lFX ^ COOLO SLING -frt" V;ORDS LlKEYOUl COBES, X'D MAKE V CWLLINC? CUFF LINK'S, (F -^OO'LLh /WE A MIW LBAVE MEMV BELT.' Trf LASTTIWE VOO LEFT X HAD OME- OM TV/ 10 -Monday, July 22, 1963 Red/onds Do?// focts TELEVISION IN REVIEW By RICK DU BROW Editor's Note; Rick DuBrew, reg ular TV critic is on vacation. Vernon Scott, UPl Hollywood correspondent pinch hits for him. By VERNON SCOTT HOLLYWOOD (UPI) - Television, dormant during the summer months, gets a shot in the arm this week with the return of "The Lively Ones," a musical melange hosted by Vic Damone. The show made its debut last year as a summer replacement and quickly became a favorite of critics and viewers. Encouraged by ratings and reviews, NBC-TV scheduled Damone and company again this year for eight weeks beginning July 25. The singer and his producer, Barry Shear, resent the term "sununer replacement." They argue that television occupies as many persons during the hot months as it does the rest of the year. "There is no such thing as summer TV," said Shear. "No matter where people go this summer they'll run into television sets—at the beach, on top of mountains, at the bottom of lakes—everywhere." "Right," Damone said. "And we give 'em the kind of show that would cause just as much excitement during the regular season." "The Lively Ones" projects jazz and popular standards in wildly improbable settings, informally, without the hokey trappings of most musical shows. There are no formal introductions accompanied by fanfares and bleats of glee from captive studio audiences. Neither do Damone and Shear swamp viewers with avant garde jazz, rock 'n' roll nor teen-age idois screeching gibberish. "We're not for the black-jacketed kids suffering from acne, said Shear. "All year long their kind of bad music is pushed off on adults. We play solid music for grownups." "By bad music, we mean the top 40 best sellers on the record market," Damone added. "In ad dition to pleasing adults we hope to show kids they are being fooled by the record companies. "Musicians today have no pride in what they're doing. They grmd out records with echo chambers and play loud. \Vhen this younger generation grows up it won't have the Dorseys, Glenn Miller, Benny Goodman and all the rest." "Our budget is low," Shear put in, "But we have a free hand to present music as we want to hear it played and sung." Among this season's guests are Al Hirt, Joanie Sommers, Red Nichols, Count Basic, Delia Reese and Benny Goodman. Perhaps the most unusual presentation will be a five minute piano solo on a roller piano of "Rhapsody in Blue" as played by George Gershwin. "It's really Gershwin pla>ing, Damone exclaimed. "He actually cut the master pattern for the roll back in 1922." Both Shear and Damone would like to see "The Lively Ones' worked into the fall network schedule, but their chances are nil. SIDE GLANCES By Gin Fox IN HOLLYWOOD O'Toole 0 yawner, even in a clinch By Erskine Johnson LONDON - (NEA) - Peter OToole yawned ail the way to his Shepperton Studio dressing room. There he sat down, reached for a cup of instant coffee and yawned again as he looked at his wrist watch. It was 11 a.m. of a bright summer morning. "Hardly light," he grumbled. "It's this getting up in the morning that gets me down." O'Toole had colided head - on with sudden fame. They were get ting along "jolly well" — except in the morning. Until "Lawrence of Arabia," the tall, blue-eyed Irishman had been known only to audiences of English stage plays and the buffs of Shakespeare-on-Avon. Now, as an international film star, he was the public's new autograph target, the prize of movie producers, and the joy of the British income tax collectors. But ouch! Those momuig set calls were really tough after the life of a late-to-bed, breakfast at-2 p.m. stage actor. "I can't even think until noon," he winced, as he stifled another ya>vn. "How can you report on the set at 9 a.m. on a cup of coffee and a few fingernails and make love to a young lady you've never met before?" The young lady in question was lovely French actress Veronique Vendell, who was an eyeful. Wearmg only a sheet for a brief scene with O'Toole as lusty King Henry II in the film version of "Becket," she was a double eyeful. Producer Hal Wallis has an eye for proper casting. But even in a clinch, in a rehearsal after their introduction, O'Toole begged her pardon — to yawn. "Only 9:30, you know," he muttered. Veronique looked a little askance, as French gu-Is will, and the booming laugh of Richard Burton lifted the dust from the high est beams of the sound stage. He plays the title roll of "Becket." In his dressinb room, at 11, 0' Toole was still yawning. But he had to admit that sudden fame was his pleasure, with very few personal fears about the future. "I think," he observed, "that more people have been butchered by failure than corrupted by success." He was candid in admitting, too, that the big movie loot enables him to act in the theater which "always wil be my first love." Since appearing in "Lawrence," he has played five stage roles in London, proving that he is serious about his fooUight fever. All of the roles — includmg his King Henry in "Becket" and his next movie, "Lord Jim" — are different. "I'm not being typed," he said, "and it is easier, I think, to play dim historical characters, because so little is known about them." Before starting "Lord Jim" he wil star in "Hamlet" on the London stage under Sir Laurence Olivier's direction. About Burton, his "Becket" costar, O'Toole didn't mind being personal. "A bit of a character but a great pro," he said. With that he yawned again — it was only 11:30 a.m., you see — and about Peter O'Toole we thought the same, "A bit of a character but a great pro." Even in the morning. "I think I should tell you, Mrs. Flynn, that our baby sitters guild has adopted an open-refrigerator policyl" TIZZY By Kate Osann e ISO ir KEi. IK.TM. bi. us. OfIL Ode*' "I wish somebody would break MY heart. I think the experience would mellow mel" WON WEED AWARD BUBFORD, England UPD— Miss Barbara Hyde won first place m a weed-growing contest Sunday with a weed 134 inches long. NOTICE ISVimC SEALED fROrOSALS (BIDS) FOR STREET SWEEPER NOTICE IS HEBEBV GIVEN that the City Council of the City of Redlands invites and wiU receive sealed proposals (bids) up to the hour of 10:00 a.m. on the 6th day of Aueust, 1S63 for Street Sweeper, cubic yards, linsle gutter broom. The City Council of the City of Bed- lands reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Each proposal (bid) shall be made out and submitted on a form to be obtained at the Department of Public Works of the CKy of Redlands. and must be accompanied by a cashier's check, a certified cheek, or a bidder's bond in an amount not less then ten per cent (10%) of the amount of the bid. made payable to the order of the City of Bedlands, and each bidder's proposal shaU be sealed and filed with the City CTerk at or before the time In this noUce provided. The sealed proposal shall be marked as follows: "Street Sweeper, Department of PubUe Works." The above mentioned check or bond shall be eiven as a guarantee that the bidder will accept and acknowledge the City's Purchase Order for the merchandise as bid If bidder is successful, and will be declared forfeited if the bidder refuses to accept and acknowledge said purchase order. No bidder may withdraw his bid for a period of thirty (30> days after the time set for the opening thereof. BY ORDER OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF HEDLANDS, SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY. CAU- rORNIA. Paled this 16th day of July, 1963. HAZEL M. SOPER, aty Clerk City of Redlands, San Bernardino County, Califamla. NOTICE INVrriNG SEALED PBOPOSALS (BIOS) FOB RUBBEK TIRE TRACTOR WITH BACKHOE WITH LOADER NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City CouncU of the City of Redlands invites and ill receive sealed proposals (bids) up to the hour' of 10:00 a.ra. on the 6th day of August, 1363 for Rubber Tire Tractor with Backhoe with Loader. The City Council of the City of Redlands reserves the right to reject any and aU bids. Each proposal (bid) shall be made out and submitted on a form to be obtained at the Department of Public Works of the City of Redlands, and must be accompanied by cashier's check, a certified check, or a bidder's bond in an amount not less then ten per cent (10^) of the amount of the bid, made payable to the order of the City of Bedlands, and each bidder's proposal shall be sealed and filed wiUi the City Oerk at or before the time in this notice provided. The sealed proposal shall be marked as follows: "Tractor -with Backhoe and Loader. Department of Public Works." The above mentioned check or bond shall be given as a guarantee that the bidder will accept and acltnowl- edge the City's Purchase Order for the merchandise as bid if bidder is successful, and will be declared forfeited if the bidder refuses to accept and acknowledge said purchase order. No bidder may withdraw his bid for a period of thirty 1301 days after the time set for the opening thereof. BY ORDER OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF REDLANDS, SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY, CALI- FORNM. Dated this 16th day of July, 19«S. HAZEL M. SOPEK, City aerk City of Redlands, San Bernardino County, California. NOTICE OF INTENDED SALE Notice is hereby given that JESSE D. DOWNING of 7429 Palm, Highland. California, intends to seU to LEONARD SMITH, of 515 Hastings SL. Redlands, California. AU stock in trade, fixtures, and equipment as appears on a physical inventory taken for this purpose on July 13, IS63, of that reUU gasoline filUng staUon business. Icnowa as DOWNING'S UNION SERVICE, and located at 76S W. Central, Bedlands, California, and that a sale, transfer and assignment of the same wiU be made, and the consideration therefor wUl be paid on or after Aug. 13. 1963 at the escrow department of Westward Escrow Co., at 4137 Almond St. P. O. Box 389. Riverside. California. The consideration therefor will he paid as foHows: Cash through escrow. Dated July 13. 1963. Buyer: LEONARD SMITH, 515 Hastings St. Redlands, California. SeUer: JESSE D. DOVnONG, 7429 Palm, Highland, California. ORDINANCE No. T219 AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE ANNEXATION OF CERTAIN UNINHABITED TERRITORY DESIGNATED AS "ANNEZATION DIS- •ntlCT No. 15" TO THE CITY OF REDLANDS. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OP REDLANDS: WHEREAS, on the 21st day of May. 1963. the City CouncU of the City of Redlands did pass and adopt Resolution No. 2282 giving notice of the proposal to annex certain uninhabited territory to the City of Bedlands. said territory being therein designated as "Annexation No. 15." said resolution describing the boundaries of the territory proposed to l>e annexed: and WHEREAS, said ResoluUon No. 2282 did contain a notice of the day, hour and place when and where the Council of the City would hear protests made by any person owning property within the territory proposed to be annexed, the time of said hearing being not less than twenty nor more than sixty days from the dale of pas'iage of said Resolution; and WHEREAS, on the 2nd day of July, 1963, at the hour of 7:00 p.m. in the CouncU Chambers in the City Hall of the City of Redlands, County of San Bernardino, State of California, said time and place being the day, hour and place fixed in said Resolution No. 2282 for hearing of protests to the said annexation, the said City Council did hear and pass upon aU protests made to the proposed annexation and did determine that protests had not been made by the owners of one-half of the value of the territory proposed to be annexed as shown by the last equalized assessment j-oll, nor by pubUc and private owners of one-half of the value of the territory proposed to be annexed as determined by said legislaUve body: and WHEREAS, said territory is contiguous to the City of Redlands. and is uninhabited territory in the County of San Bernardino; NOW, THEREFORE, the said City Council of the City of Redlands does hereby approve the annexation of the territory herinafter described to the City of Redlands. and does hereby further ordain that the said territory be and is hereby annexed to the City of Redlands. That said territory, the annexation of which to the City of Redlands is herein approved, is all that territory situated in the Cotmty of San Bernardino, State of California, more particularly described as ioUows: — AnnexaUon No. 15 — Beginning at the intersection of the centerline of 100-foot wide Brookside Avenue; as shown on the map of West Redlands recorded in Book 9 of Maps; Page 22 thereof, records of San Bernardino County; and the westerly line of the City of Redlands; thence southerly along the Redlands City Limit line to a point which is 393 feet measiu-ed at a right angle, northerly of the north line of 100-foot -wide Olive Avenue as shown on the map of West Bedlands: thence westerly paraUel with and 395 feet northerly of the north line of OUve Avenue to an intersection -with the centerline of 80- foot wide Bellevue Avenue, formerly Railroad Avenue, as shown on the map of West Bedlands; thence northerly along (he centerline of Bellevue Avenue to an intersection with the centerline of SO-foot wide Barton Road, formerly Alder Avenue, as shown on the map of West Redlands; thence easterly along the centerline of Barton Road to an intersection with the centerline of Brookside Avenue; thence easterly •along the centerline of Brookside Avenue to the point of beginning. (42.79 acres). The City Oerk shaU certify to the passage of this ordinance and shaU cause same to be published once in the Redlands Daily Facts, the newspaper hereby'designated lor that purpose. This ordinance shaU take effect and be in force alter its passage as provided by law. f / CHARLES C. PARKER, Mayor of the City of Redlands. Attat: HAZEL M. SOPER. City Clerk. Approved for Form: 5/ EDWARD F. TAYLOR, City Attorney. I, Karel M. Soper, City Clerk. City of Redlands, hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance was adopted by the City Council of the City at Redlands at a regular meeting thereof held on the 16th day of July, 1963. by the following vote: AYES: CouncUmen Wagner. Burroughs. HartzeU. Mayor Parker. NOES: None. ABSENT: Councilman Martinez. HAZEL M. SOPER, City CTerk City of Redlands. (CSAU OKDW.-INCE No. 1220 AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE ANNEXATION OF CERTALV UNINHABITED TERRITORY DESIGNATED AS "ANNEXATION DISTRICT No. 16" TO THE CITY OF REDLAN-DS. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BEDLANDS: WHEREAS, on the 2Ist day of May. 1963. the City CouncU of Uie City of Redlands did pass and adopt Resolution No. 2293 giving notice of the proposal to annex certain uninhabited territory to the City of Redlands. said territory being therein designated as "Annexation No. 16," said resolution describing the boundaries of the territory proposed to be annexed; and WHEREAS, said Resolution No. 2283 did contain a notice of the day, hour and place when and where the Council of the City would hear protests made by any person owning property within the territory proposed to be annexed, the time of said hearing being not less than twenty nor more than sixty days from the date of passage of said Hesohition; and WHEREAS, on the -ind day of July, 1963, at the hour of 7:00 p.m. in the CouncU Chambers in the City Hall of the City of Redlands. County of San Bernardino. State of California, said time and place t}eing the day. hour and place fixed in said Resolution No. 2282 for hearing of protests to the said annexation, the said City Council did hear and pass upon all protests made, to the proposed annexation and did determine that protests had not been made by the owners of one-half of the value of the territory proposed to be annexed as shown by the last equalized assessment roll, nor by public and private owners of one-half of the value of the territory proposed to be annexed as determined by said legislative body; and WHEREAS, said territory is contiguous to the City of Bedlands. and is uninhabited territory in the County of San Bernardino; NOW THEREFORE, the said City CouncU of the City of Redlands does hereby approve the annexation of the territory hereinafter described to the City of Redlands. and does hereby further ordain that the said territory be and is hereby annexed to the City of Redlands. That said territory, the annexation of which to the City of Redlands is herein approved, is all that territory situated in the County of San Bernardino. State of California, more particularly described as foUows: — Annexation No. 18 — Beginning at the intersection of the centerline of 80-foot wide Belle- -vue Avenue, formerly Railroad Avenue, as shown on the map of West Redlands recorded in Book 9 of Maps. Page 22 thereof, records of San Bernardino County, -with the Bedlands City Limit Line; thence westerly along the Redlands City Limit to an intersection with the centerline of 100-foot wide Terracina Boulevard, iormerly Ores' cent Boulevard, as shown on the map of the resubdivision of Blocks 2 and 3 of Terracina Addition No. 1. recorded in Book 9 of Maps, Page 39 thereof, records of San Bernardino County; thence northerly along the centerline of Terracina Boulevard to an intersection with the centerline of 80-foot wide Brookside Avenue as shown on the map of the resubdivision of Blocks 2 and 3 of Terracina Addition No. 1; thence easterly along the centerline of Brookside Avenue to an intersection with the centerline of Bellevue Avenue; thence southerly along the centerUne of Bellevue Avenue to the point of beginning. (55.93 acres). The City CTerk shaU certify to the passage of this ordinance and sliaU cause same to be published once in the Redlands Daily Facts, the newspaper hereby designated ior that purpose. This ordinance shaU take effect and tie in force after its passage as provided by law. s/ CHARLES C. PARKER. Mayor of the City of Redlands. Attest: HAZEL M. SOPER. City CTerk. Approved for Form: s/ EDWARD F. TAYLOR, City Attorney. I, Hazel M. Soper, City CTerk, City of Redlands, hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance was adopted by the City CouncU of the City of Redlands at a regular meeting thereof held on the 16th day of July, 1963. by the foUowing vote: AYES: Cotmcitaien Wagner, Burroughs. HartzeU. Mayor Parker. NOES: None. ABSENT: Coundlmas Uartiaez. HAZEL M. SOPEB. City Clerk City of Hedlaodfc

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