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AND I've I HAv ^e, BLsroNe TH INS ICANTSWID PEOPLE/ OUR B0.4RDING HOUSE w ith MAJOR HOOPLE OUT OLTR WAY J. R. WILLIAMS 14— Tuesday, May 11, 1965 Redlands Daily Facts TELEVISION IN REVIEW By EICK DU BROW HOLLYWOOD (UPI) — A two - season television experiment in liistory-telling on a popular level came to a successful conclusion Monday night with ABC-TV's one-hour "recreated" documentai-y, "T h e Pilgrim Adventure." The broadcast, which told of the seeking of religious freedom that led the Pilgrims from England to Holland and finally to the New World on the Mayflower, was the seventh of the "Saga of Western Man" specials of husband - and - wife team John Secondari and Helen Jean Rogers. Last season the specials took the titles of key years in West- em history — "1492," "1776," '1898" and "1964." This season the programs have been "I, Leonardo da Vinci," "Custer to the Little Big Horn," and now "The Pilgrim Adventure." The programs, as a unit, have been refreshingly unpretentious in their aim for popular consumption. They have made no claims to satisfying the graduate school league ot expert historians or the brilliantly informed, thougli they may well have done so at times simply because of their presentation. At tlie same time, they have been excellent examples of how to nurture interest in history among youngsters and adults with still a few things to learn and appreciate. In fulfilling its aim, thra-efore the series has been one of genuine distinction. In addition, the programs have managed to combine with this popular appeal a cultivated appreciation OUR ANCESTORS by Quincy for model construction of a documentary. I think, however, what may be most refreshing about the series has been its healthy altitude toward the imperfections of mankind — no mean feat in these times — and its humane perspective of men in Uie long run. CBS-TV used the Early Bird satellite Monday night for a half-hour broadcast from F i n land marking the 100th anniversary of the birth of composer Jean Sibelius. It was a first- rate little show, offering a look at the house where he lived, and a presentation tiy the Finnish radio symphony orchestra of his stirring musical plea for freedom, "Finlandia." The Channel Swim: Tunisian President Habib Bourguiba is interviewed on CBS-TV's "Face The Nation" Sunday . .. Harry Belafonte is reported set to preside over two CBS-TV spe cials next season . . . Bob Newhart, who had been scheduled as a guest for Jack Paar's NBC - TV show Friday, will not appear. . . . The featured guest on the hour is Sen. Everett Dirksen. Welfare change may aid farm labor crisis "All you did was take an ordinary French roll and pirt it on the rack, eh?" SHOW BEAT Movie first, then marriage By Dick Kleintr Hollywood Correspondent Newspaper Enterprise Assn. Ann-Margrct has slarted shooting "Made in Paris" at MGM, with Louis Jourdan, Richard Crenna and Chad Everett. And her close friends tell me that she won't marry Roger Smith at the earliest until the film! ing is over. i The picture means a great ' deal to her and her career— SACRAMENTO (UPI) — The jit's a big, flashy, spectacular state rowed back on a welfare,film, unlike anything she's done jrulc Friday in a move aimed at [before — and she wants to give for works of art for impressive'"^^^'"S ^bc fai'm labor crisis and [it her undivided attention. So color photography, for editmgi°f.f'^'"ei^. a subsidy to workers j don't look for a wedding for 10 and polished scrip - writing and NOTICE OF SALE OF KEAI. AND PEESONAL PROPERTY AS A UNIT No. 34364 In the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of San Bernardino. In the Matter of the Estate of WILLIAM CtTLLEN LASH. Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GrVEN that Carroll Carson Lash, as executor of the will of William Cullen Lash, deceased, will sell at private sale to the highest bidder, on the terms and conditions hereinafter mentioned and subjct to confirmation by the Superior Court, on June 1, 1965, at the hour of ten o'clock a.m., or thereafter, within the time allowed by law. at the office of Henton S. Brenan, 306 East State Street, Redlands. California, all of the right, title, interest and estate of William Cullen Lash, deceased, and all right, title and interest that said estate has acquired by operation of law otherwise, other than or in addition to that of William Cullen Lash, in and to the real and personal property described as follows; Real property in the County of San Bernardino. State of California, described as follows; All that portion of the Southeast '4 of Lot or Block 6 of the BARTON RANCH, in the County of San Bernardino. State of California, as per plat recorded in Book 6 of Maps, page 19. which is situated wholly and totally North of the storm ditch which crosses said Southeast '4 beginning at Nevada Street and running in a Northwesterly direction. Together with all right, title and interest in and to that certain Option "B" Contract with the City ot Redlands dated July '23. 1928. The property herein described by use or relationship constitutes a unit for the purpose of sale and said real property and said persoital property will be sold as a unit and under one bid in accordance with the provisions of Section 754.5 of the Probate Code of the State of California. Bids or offers are invited for said real and personal property and must be in writing and will be received at the office of Henton S. Brenan. Attorney. 306 East State Street, Redlands, California, or may be filed with the Clerk of said Superior Court or delivered to said e.vecutor personally at any time after the first publication of this notice and before making said sale. Terms and conditions of sale; Cash in Lawful Money of the United States upon confirmation of sale, or part cash and the balance to be evidenced by a note secured by a mortgage or trust deed on the properly sold: ten per cent of the amount bid to accompany the offer and the balance to be paid upon confirmation of sale by the Superior Court. with big families. Social Welfare Director Jack Wedemeyer said a department regulation was redefined so tliat short • term temporary farm labor will be included in the classification of part-time work. He said the action will "insure that any person or family on public assistance can feel confident that in taking temporary farm work, especially when growers so desperately need la bor, they will not be penalizing or jeopardizing their family or basic minimum living essen- Uals. weeks anyhow. REED, or DENTED DEFENDER The Defenders is kaput, which brings Robert Reed, the junior partner, to California at last. He's long hankered to live here and so here he is, rattling around by himself in a great big Beverly Hills house with so many bedrooms he hasn't even counted them all yet. The house has a swimming pool, of course, and a walk-in bar and all the comforts of stardom. It's a great place for a He said farm labor income of- vacation, which is what Bob is ten was inadequate to provide doing now. enough for a family "at even a "I'm giving myself two subsistence level and thJt Iheimomhs off." he says. "I 'd made family may have nothing to; a list of things I wanted to do- carry them over periods be-1 take guitar lessons, get back tween jobs." : to the piano, study sailing, play Previously, a recipient could tennis, take a refresher course get enough welfare funds to sus- in French—but so far I 've done tain his family and often it wasj nothing. Absolutely nothing, e.\to his advantage not to work iniCepl rest." bring thousands of dollars. He's just back from Kauai in the Hawaii Islands, where he did double duly — some sketches for his own paintings and preliminary work for the background paintings he'll do for Disney's "Lt. Robin Crusoe," starring Dick Van Dyke. He and Disney, full of mutual admiration, have worked together for some years. Disney owns a few Ellenshaw paintings, and Walt has asked the artist to try something different — desert scenes. Ellenshaw is working on them now, and he says there is a good deal of similarity between the ocean and the desert— "they have the same feeling of loneliness." THE PSYCHIC STARS: Bill Blxby Driving to Palm Springs on the freeway. Bill Bixby had the feeling something was wrong ahead. He slowed down—just in time to miss a dog running across the road. the fields. Under the new sys- Whelher he'll sitck to that two- tem payments will be contin-j month vacation bit is doubtful, ued and determined by need. He's a hot property and the of• fers are flooding in. He says NOW YOU KNOW lie's surprised by the quantity By United Press Infernational '•"^"^^ °^ The .Star-Spangled Banner. Jt!^^ ^"'TLn,"""^ «Titten by Francis Scott Keyi°f Jhe Dcfende.s in 1814, was designated the Na-L •"eal'y- ^ Boredom tional Anthem of the United 1 ''^^'n ^ set m yet, but we were I States by act of Congress 117 years later, in 1931, according to the World Almanac. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 34626 Superior Court of the State of Call- (he backgrounds in "Mary Pop all tired." ARTIST'S TASTE, or PALETTEABLE I was surprised to learn, from Peter Ellenshaw, that many of fornia. for the County of San Bernardino. Estate of GEORGE H. KILBURN. Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the creditors of the above named decedent that all persons having claims against the said decedent are required to file them, with the neces- i pins" were painted. And Ellen shaw should know, because he painted them. And he got an Oscar for it. This is not the large, bedaubed backdrop kind ot thing. EUen- and a rec- sary vouchers, in the office of the. , • nrtlsl clerk of the above entilled court, orisnaw IS an eirilSt to present them, with the necessary vouchers, to the undersigned at the Law Office of Paul B. Wilson and faxes and premiums on insurance;Guay P. Wilson. 506 East State Street. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 34622 Superior Court of the Stale of California, for tile county of San Bernardino. Estate of MILDRED WILLIAMS. Decca.-.ed. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the creditors of the above 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 voucliers. to the undersigned at 444 Fourth Street. San Bernardino, California, which is the place of business of the undersigned in all matters pertaining to the estate of said decedent, within six months after the lirst publication of this notice. Dated April 30, 1965. BANK OF AMERICA NATIONAL TRUST AND SAVINGS .\SSOCIATION. By W. A. Macdonald. Assistant Trust Officer. Executor of the Will of the above named decedent. HENTON S. BRENAN, 306 East State Street. Redlands, California, 793-4755. Attorney for Executor. (First publication May 4, 19651 acceptable to purchaser shall be pro rated as of the date of recording con- NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL AND FOR LETTERS TESTA.MENTARY No. 34670 In the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of San Bernardino. In the matter of the Estate of MARY C. ANDERSON, also known as MARY CHATTAWAY. Deceased. Notice IS hereby given that the pctilion of James Anderson for the Probate of Will of Mary C. Ander, . son. also known as Mary Chatlaway. OgniZed one. He paints his; the above named decedent, and tor scenes on a reasonably small 's^u^'ncc ot Letters Testamentary scale, and then Walt Disney's thereon to James Anderson, petitioner, reference to which is hereby made Redlands, Calif., which is the Place •, „ff„„t<. Hnnnrtmpnt tal-P5 for further particulars, will be heard of business of the undersigned in 1 speciai etiecis oeparimeni laKes!^^ ^.^^ j^j^y j^ii^^ veyance; policy of title insurance at! an matters pertaining to the estate lover. .And you see scenes like j 1965. in the court room of the Prn- the expense of the seller; escrow of said decedent, within six months;,, . in.,„i„ c, pnnlV rathpHr-il bate Department. Room 308 ot the • • 'after the first publication of thislll'll- JOVCly SI. laUlS t^aineOl at, ^^^^^ cmitled Court at the court- notice. _ one, with Jane Uarwell as lllC house in the city or San Bernardino Dated_April_27_th.__196.5._ _ i Bird Woman the whole thing. ^^'^ above designated county and charges to be borne equally by purchaser and seller. The undersigned reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Dated Mav 7. 1965. CARROLL CARSON LASH. Executor of the Will of William Cullen Lash. Deceased. HENTON S. BRENAN. Atlorney for Executor. ."06 East State Street. Redlands. California. FLOYD L. FRENCH. , , , , „ • , , i r^, Executor of the Will of the cathedral and all, painted by U above named decedent. PAUL B. WILSON and GUAV P. WILSON. 306 East State Street. Redlands. Calif., Tel: 792-3373. Attorneys for Executor iFirst publication April talc. Dated April :;oih. 196.1. V. DENNIS WARDLE. Clerk. By Martin Spoiislcr. Deputy Clerk. jienshaw. ' He's a full - lime Disiicy cm- 'ployc. but he makes mweicu'^V p w'n '^oN' money with his private paint-l .i'ou'East state ''st 'rcei. lings. His forte is seascapes— I "Js ^lands. California. ,. , .Attorneys for Pelitioner. he calls Ihem marines which: .First publication May 4. I963i People and Things Answer -to Previous PuJile 1 REAO WHERE BUSLOAD OF S'Ae -l Pi BUT COOLDN T YOU J^-r^RvgD TO DEATH / [T O HELP ME-. THOUeH.' 8EFOR6 ASIYONE: X| y ^V, ACRflSS 1 Nickname for Lincoln 4 Henry —Lodge 9 Harbor. Maine 12 Actor, Clianey 13 Feminine DOWN 1 Sacrifidal block 2 Straw hat (Eng.) 3 Lure 4 Eccentric ^Tieel 5 Winged 6 Cold wind 7 Beginning 8 Brew appellaUon 9 Sews loosely 14 Brazilian macaw lo BibUcal & T c A elEia & T O|AI& 15 Make lace edging 16 Master (corruption) 17 Droop 18 A-tiptoe 20 Mound for Lema 21 French verb 22 Retrograde 24 Spinner's filament 26 Erect 27 Hops' kfln 28 Male swan 30 Bitter vetch 31 Uncle Tom 's friend 32 Zoo animal 33 Bank appurtenance 35 Sea flyer 38 Entice 40 Revokes » legacy 42 Disturb 43 Pronoun 4 5 Let it stand 45 Be indebted 47 Cubic meter 49 Musical syllable 50 Males 51 Position of jeopardy . 52 Hen product 53 Art (Latin) 54 Cornered (slang) 55 English stream mountain 11 Stormed 19 Tranquil 2t Expungings 23 Herder 25 Antlered 29 Soul lEgypt) 30 Egypt (ab.) 39 Compound 33 Less hastily ether 34 Foreigners 40 High home 36 Reticulated 41 The theater 37 Rise into view 44.A.t this place 38 Agreeable 47 Seaport (ab.l fragrance 48 Old age (dial.) TIZZY By Kate Osann e I« IT NO. hi^ Tit ti» Di ht oa "My father has very definite tastes—he can't stand anything expensive!"
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