Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 6, 1965 · Page 22
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BEN CASEY By NEAL ADAMS SHORT KIBS By FRANK O'NEAL ;lM.,h!». f...TM..,.Ui .r.. I so HOMED/, Q, J WOUUDNt n GIVE -TWO CENS FOR ANV OF •THE/v\.' DAN FLAGG By DON SHERWOOD MOKTY MEEIvLE By DICK CAVALLI MANY PEOPLB WINTWBOf? BUT IWS t. NEA. IRC. T,M, Htg US. fat. Off. -rwAife ODsr TO SHOV YOU IF YOU eves. CHANGe. ALLEY OOP By V. T. HARILIN PKISCILLA'S POP By AL VERIVIEEB T.M. Reg. U.S. Pot. OH. ^'Y^ C 1965 br NE\ fiK. How sad to see a boy or ijirl Who trods life's ^ path alone, ^ _^ CAPTAIN EASY 5 no doij or cat To call his very own. But there's a si^ht that's sadder vet And more bereft TRY TO REM6M8gK|MR.TRCOI0,.. A* VCU TOPPLEP UP TO TH' FAKIA'OUSS. LOOKIWS FOR PBTROLi TH' TRAIM R0B8ER& KOAKEP UP WITH THBR,, SWASl NOW THIWK' 'ARPi MR. TR0ON...TEy ASAIN TO $EE THEIR FACE? IW VOUK MINP'5 EVE.„THEN PE5CRIBE 'EWl And that's to see a doi^ or cat Who has no ^irl Of boy- ^ot/j^sy^^^. By LESLIE TURNER OUR BOARDING HOUSE with JIAJOB HOOPLE OUT OUR WAY THIS 15 OUR MEiWrROCViV.WOULn VOJ SUEST.SOYS-^AMIND Houoms KOCI.A' iTCNE .'/lTHEDRSeSER THERE KOCiiV CAME/ i WMILEI RECOVEP TOOURFAIK r^l^MVCUFFLINi<? aTV -ro6Tuoy '^^•^^—^ •o 22—Thursday, May 6, 1965 Redlands Daily Facts J. R. WILLIAMS SHOW BEAT ABC whammy: no find Tammy By Dick Kleiner Hollywood Correspondent Newspaper Enterprise Assn. HOLLYWOOD (NEA) — Panic time out West — all of ne.\t season's television shows are firmed up, producers and directors assigned, casts ready, studio facilities rented. AU, that is, except one. .4BC's Tammy has everything ready, with only one little detail left. They still don't know who is going to play the lead, and time's a-wasting. The pilot was made with Brenda Scott in the title role. But the network wanted a change. So Miss Scott, a fine actress but a bit too earthy, was out. 'The nework thought she was a good performer," producer Dick Wesson told me, "but she wasn't their image of Tammy." A decision on the new girl is expected soon. But, meanwhile, it's Nervousville, USA. , sible for two actors to be happy together. She is understanding. And, actually, marrying an actress has certain advantages — I'm able to explain a problem to her and she understands quickly." So the best laid plans of mice and bachelors, etc. A FAN'S GARDEN OF VERSES NEWS ITEM — Despite Notre Dame's protests and legal action, "John Goldfarb, Please Come Home" is a wow at the bo .K office. The righting Irish fought and lost And learned a lesson that will stick: Next time, no matter what the cost. You'll always see them pass, not kick. BIXBY, or MY FAVORITE EARTHLING TELEVIStON IN REVIEW By RICK DU BROW HOLLYWOOD (UPI)—A principal message of the new Early Bii-d satellite, now in its first week of television use, is that technology has a sort of built-in morality of its own which often drives man to do good in spite of himself. For example, this achievement of the ability now to have continuous people-to-people contact on a transatlantic basis is certainly the work of human beings—but basically of technicians, urged on by a few men with vision, yet working mainly in terms of scientific advancement. It is in the nature of science that men do not invent principles or achieve- merely -discover what is already there and possible. Thus, the built-in morality. The most important tiling about Early Bird is that it is on a course with the most important thing in television—not entertainment or even news or sports events individually, but the combinations of contact that enable human beings aroimd the globe to know each other better, to reduce the ignorance that creates fear and hatred. It television fails in NEWS ITEM — Richard Bur-jtliis, nothing else it does will Bill Bixby is a very modern,ton and Elizabeth Taylor have,matter. But technology is on its young man, and yet there is one formed a company to produce j side, and this is often a better thing about him which is a i motion pictures, throwback to Hollywood's golden age. He has deliberately remained a bachelor to help his box office appeal. Bill — he's My Favorite Martian's favorite earthling on the CBS show — is quite frank about his single-minded single- blessedness. Being a bachelor helps niy |N[CE BUMBLE, or career," he says. "The teen-age girls seem to like me, and I Burton and Taylor, Inc., should guarantee and hope than men. Thus the impersonality of the be A fine, creative company, But there may be trouble yet, I think— If they split, who'll get the Inc.? BEEHIVE YOURSELF "To be successful in sky above may have enormous effect ton the mud below. The television shows across the oceans will be important only in the way they cumulatively create a basic way of tliinking that has a wider scope than I the provinciahsm and parochialism now endured. President Jolinson's "Great Society" will Classified CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum 2 lines, 5 average words to the line. 32 letters and spaces. Do not abbreviate. 1 Time 3 Times 8 Times 2 Lines.. ...$i.00 3 Lines 1.00 4 Lines 1.03 5 Lines 1.35 6 Lines 1.62 7 Lines 1.89 8 Lines 2.16 9 Lines 2.43 51.44 2.1S 2.88 3.60 4.32 5.04 5.TS 6.48 7.20 10 Lines 2.7C Per Month by the Une — S4.00 Commercial Rate? on Reouest ?2.64 3.96 5.23 6.61) 792 9.24 10.511 ii.aa 13.20 CLASSIFICATION !NDEX Lost and Found _ „ Personals _ „ Special iJotices Employment Wanted _ Help Wanted Schools - Instructions Nurseries - Day Schools Room and Board For Rent _ Wanted to Rent. Bargain Spot Business Services „ Musical Instruments _ Real Estate Loans Money to Loan „ Money Wanted . Mortgages - Trust Deeds Business Opportunities .„. Income Property „ Beach - Mountain Industrial Property Lots and Acreage Real Estate Exchanges Groves and Ranches Tierl Estate Wanted Commercial Property Houses for Sale. Mobile Homes - Trailers Trucks - Trailers ._ Automotive _„.„. Imported Cars « - B in 13 1! 22 . 28 - 40 41 42 4;' . 44 47 . 48 49 50 SI 52 S3 54 55 . 50 59 60 60A ABSREVIATIONS Readable and understandable ada promote greater results. The use ot any except standard abbreviations in Classified Advertisements is false economy, therefore only Standard Abbreviations are authorized. DEADLINES Private party ads — 4:30 p.m. d«y preceding publication. Commercial Ads — 3 p.m. day preceding publication. CANCELLATION Cancellations of private party ad« •,nay be made until 9 a.m. the day of publication. If made after 9 a.m., cancellation will iie made for the following day. Each ad placed must be published one time or there will be a type .let- Img cost of Sl.OO. lIoily-:nol be allowed to be isolated, rhey 'll'be the ticket buyers atlwood," says Leif Erickson. "itiThal built-in morality again. . H .K . the box offices of the future, j helps if you're a nice guy. There! Early Bird is merely a logi -i of the Redlands Daily Facts, and'the And that's one big rsason why^are so many actors here who'cal extension of television's"^—- v- » - ~ I haven't married. Another one, i have basically equal talent th,it! teclinclogical story in that the of course, is that I havcn't^producers and directors will hire!'nedium has a quantitative rath- found the right girl." jthe person who is most pleasantIcr than a qualitative impor- And, then again, maybe he'|° '''^^e "^-^ " . ^'^'.^ tance through nothing but exposure made ever and ever has found her. He told me that j them any trouble, they won'j technical nroeress he's been going with Suzanneyou back - why ^"^ou'd f -ter^^ by.^ te« Pleshette for three months, andi'^ey? she's changed his mind about one thing — he used to think he could never marry an actress. "But, knowing Suzanne as 1 do," he says, "I reaUze it is pos- NOTICE OF THE S.4LE OF REAL PROPERTY No. 34327 In the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of San Bernardino. In the Matter of the Estate of ETHEL B. CRULL, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that, subject to confirmation by said Superior Court, Bank of America National Trust and Savings Association, as the executor of the will of Ethel B. Crull, the above-named decedent, wiil sell, at private sale, on or after the 24th day of May, 1965. to the highest That's a change — Hollywood was founded on equal parts of temperament and tantrum. and best bidder all of the right, title NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S S.ALE No. 558168 On Thursday, the 20th day of May, 1965, at 9:33 a.m.. at the North entrance of the County Courthouse, in the City of San Bernardino, County of San Bernardino, State of California. FIRST AMERICAN TITLE INSURANCE & TRUST COMPANY. Trustee under that certain deed of trust executed by Distinctive Builders, Inc.. a California corporation, as Trustor, to First American Title Insurance & Trust Company, a California corporation, as Trustee, Guy W. Pierce Associates, a partnership, as Beneficiaries, dated November 20, 1963, and recorded November 21, 1963, in Book 6034, page 629 of Official Records of San Bernardino County, State of California, now the owner and holder thereof, will sell right, title and interest that said estate may have subsequently acquired, by operation of law or otherwise, of. in and to that certain parcel of real property situated in the City of Redlands, County of San Bernardino. State of California, described as follows: The Westerly 50 feet of Lot 3, Block "B". Watrous First Addition to Redlands. as per plat thereof recorded in Book 5 of Maps, page 34, records of said County. Said property is commonly known as 118 East Olive Avenue, Redlands, California. Terms and conditions of sale: Ten per cent of the purchase price offered to be tendered at the time of making the offer for said property and the balance of the purchase price to be paid in cash upon the consummation of said sale, or partly in cash and partly by the negotiable promissory note of the purchaser, payable to the undersigned, as such executor, the payment of such promissory note to be secured by the lien of a first Deed of Trust upon said real property. The estate to furnish a policy of title insurance showing the property to be free and clear except for rights and interests of record, taxes and insurance premiums respecting said property and the costs of an escrow entered into between the estate and buyer to be prorated and paid in the dcr for cash or lawful money of the United Slates of America, payable at the time of the sale, the foUowmgncuro^^ WaS boni OR only The Channel Swim: Concert pianist BjTon Janis performs Sunday on CBS-TV's Ed Sullivan show ... add CBS - TV color programs ne.xt season: "Lassie," "The Lucy Show," '•The Beverly Hillbillies." "Gilligan's Island," "My Favorite Martian". HE ALMANAC Today is Thursday, May 6, the 1261h day of 1965 with 239 to follow. The moon is approaching its first quarter. The morning star is Saturn. The evening star is Mars. Sigmund Freud, the Austrian this ERRORS Facts is notified by 9 a.m. day following first insertion, correction will be made and the ''d will be run properly one additional day. The Redlands Daily Facta will not be responsible for more than one incorrect insertion. PHONE 793-3221 Daily 8:00 a.m. to 5 p.m. 8:00 a.m. to 12 Noon Saturday Trading Stamp Directory S. & H. Green Stamps THE HARRIS CO. E. State Pnone 783-2368 3 Special Notices WORK SMARTER, not harder. Use BASIC-H for aU your SPRING CLEANING. 792-7234, Shaklee Dist, THE HAIRDRESSERS 15 W. State 793-2758 OPEN EVENINGS LOWER PRICES No Appointment Necessary real property situated in the of San Bernardino, more particular-i date in ISob. ly deticribed as: Lots 1 to 19 inclusive. TRACT No. 676 .1. GOLDEN HILLS ESTATES, in the City of Redlands, as per plat recorded in Book 89 of Maps, pages 30 and 31, records of said County. Said Sale will be made, but -^vifh-^ . , ^„„„„^i«^ , out covenant or warranty expressed, riCS Of prOJCCts Supported by or implied regarding title, possession or encumbrances to pay the remaining principal sum of said note, to-wit: S57.810.00 all due and payable November 20, 1964, plus S4.046.70 interest added to principal for period of November 2C. 1963 to November 20. 1964 as provided in note secured by above mentioned deed of trust, plus interest at '''/r from November 20. 1964. advances if any under the terms of said Deed of Transfer, fees, charges and expenses of thejMolotOV. Trustee and of Trusts created by said Deed of Tran.sfer. The Beneficiaries under said Deed of Transfer by reason of a breach or default in the obligations secured thereby heretofore executed and delivered to the undersigned a written Notice of Breach and Election to Sell said property to satisfy said obligations and thereafter on January 19. 1965. the undersigned caused said Notice of Breach and Election to Sell 4 Employment Wanted NEW license beautician. Male. Good college. References. 794-1552. ZEGER'S painting and decorating. Licensed and insured. 792-4772._ PART-TIME day work, SLSO hour, _Own transportation. 793-4122. LANDSCAPE gardening, lawns "installed, rototilling. 796-0922. On this day in history: In 1935, the Woi-ks Progress Administi-alion was created by ?9l-t94r''''' Congress to provide work for tlie unemployed through a se- public funds. In 1937, the German dii'igible Hindenburg exploded at Lakehurst, N. J, Thirty-si.x passengers died. In 1941. Communist Dictator Joseph Stalin became premier of Russia, succeeding V. M.! YARD CARE — Monthly rates. Call after 5. 792-7658. CARPENTRY, cabinets, painting; no job too small! 795-4962. t-AINTING — A-1 workmanship, reasonable. "Bob" DcWitt. 793-3722. 55 Houses for Sale Redlands "'•SfS'e ""saM^executor reserves the!'" recorded in Book 6313. page The said executor reserves tn^..^^ ^j. Q^^^^^^^ Records of San Bernardino County, State of California, and mailed a copy of said Notice by right to refuse all bids. Bids or offers must be in writing and may be submitted to the undersigned executor at its offices at 444 [ •''^Sistered mail to: Fourth Street. San Bernardino. Cali-1 Distinctive Builders. Inc., fomia, or filed with the County Clerk! =' ="•'» » of this County at any time after the! giving of this notice and before the' making of such sale. , Dated: May 5, 1965. i BANK OF AMERICA NATION-, AL TRUST AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION. By W. A. Macdonald. Assistant Trust Officer. I In 1960, Britain's Princess Margaret was married to a commoner, Anthony Armstrong- Jones. A thought for the day: British author Olit'er Goldsmith once said: "Such is the patriot's boast, where'er we roam, his first, best country ever is, at home. 17061 E. 17th St.. Suite 8, Santa Ana.- California Dated: April 26. 1965. FIRST AMERICAN TITLE INSURANCE & TRUST COMPANY By Edward Young. .Assistant Secretary. First American Title Insurance & Trust Company, ASSlSianV IIUSl.VJlln.tl,; r -n,.!.! citrpot ^^^r^!^^:::^. "i- •Canrom.a. RUSSELL GOODWIN, Attorney at Law, 306 East State Street. Redlands, California, Telephone 793-4710. Facts Classified Adi Can Sell Anything Call PY 3-322! Sports ACROSS 1 Sport played on horseback . 5 Cricket implement 8 "Greens" game 12 Smell 13 Hail! 14 Verbal 5 Infants 6 Hawaiian pepper 7 Tentacles 8 Hockey 9 Trieste wine measure. 10 Sand launco It Abandon 15 Wheys of milk 19 Pronoun 16 Anatliema 21 Charged atom 17 British princess 24 African tree 18 African insect 25 Cushions 20 Distend 26 Fish sauce 22 Exclamations 27 Physical hulk 23 Sturgeon eggs 28 Medicinal 24 Bowler's term quantity 27 Finally (Latin) 29 False god Vickers divorce LOS A.\GELES (UPD- Actress Martha Vickers obtained a divorce today from husband Manuel F. Ro.jas, testifying that he left her four or five times in their 10-year marriage. Miss Vickers, 38, former wife of Mickey Rooney, said the last time Rojas departed, "he didn't come back." She said she had .iust had a baby and "was tre mendously upset." Stately Older Home On Highland Ave. 6 Bedrooms den. sewing room, sun room, huga 18 x 15 living room, dining room, 2 large pantries, 2"^ baths, covered patio. 2 car garage, basement. Fall CAI hilter ,SOLD;' belo \JV^LU ,ent! A big 120 X 180 lot. Hou.se. 4,000 sq. ft. Fenced, nicely landscaped, fruit trees. Blue Haven pool. An ideal home for large •family Reduced $5,000 to S27,500 Citation Realty 300 E. Citrus 79,1-2437 Eves: Don Leonard 793-5996 Tad Garnscy 792-44S5 TIZZY By Kate Osann 21 Masculine nickname 32 Sesame 33 Harem room 34 City in the Netherlands 35 Ounces (ab.) 36 Toper ,37 Attribute '40 Used in sport of fishing 42 Bustle 43 Delegate (ab.) 44 Series of chevrons 47 Musical studies 51 Bread spread 52-Whale herd 54 Alms 55 Approach 56 Fourth Arabian caliph 57 Wicked 58 Eternities 59 Burmese wood sprite to Authenticate DOWN 1 Football goal 38 Tusks of a 45 Ileum (comb, wild boar form) 39 Feminine 46 European wild appellation cherry 40 Rot by exposure 48 Pigeon 41 Evades 49 Pen name of 30 Consumes 43 Lower' Charles Lamb 32 Vehicle used in 44 Area on a field 50 Betray a winter sport o£ plav 53 Winglike part 5 2 Poems 3 learning 4 Lecturer "It's not the original cost—^it's what you'd have to spend for sun tan oill"

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