Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 17, 1965 · Page 14
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BEN CASEY By NEAL ADAlttS ELAINE ACTS AS THOUGH THE SOLE PURPOSE IN HER LIFE IS TO , A\AKE AMENDS TO MARK STARK. IT'S BECOMINGi AN <1 OBSESSION! TONIGHT SHE'S INVITED MARK TO DIMMER AT HOME. HER BEHAVIOR HAS BEEN STRANGE ALL AFTERNOON SHORT RIBS By FRANK O'NEAL AND REMEMBER i STARCH/ DAN FLAGG By DON SHERWOOD lie Keaders 5peaj ^<&sr^isi^^^'^^- Are ''BiqBad "Sam Back in Sinq Smq « Thanks io Captain Gulliver THE BORN LOSER By ART SANSOM PKISCILLA'S POP By AL VERMEER CAPTAIN EASY By LESLIE TURNER AH, VES'l QHASTty BUSINESS. WHAT? HOW DIP you FALL INTO A LIFE OP CRIME? COMFOUNO IT. I DIPN'Ti YOU TELL SCOTLAND VARP VOU MAPE AN IDIOTIC MISTAKE 1 NO, iNPEBPi r T WHY. VOU Gippy CAN'T FORGET OLP GOAT...Y0U'l/E YOUR SINISTER \ EMBARRASSED ME , FACE,..DIKECTINQ V ENOUGH- THAT GANSl IMORTY MEEKLE I'M eoiNGTOSPuzr )\^^- ACWT^ToeerA ' mmosHiPcwB: MWBOCh'cmeKiBZ— 7H5 CUJB/OFCaJESe. OUJrifcieazjBeoTHe/ By DICK CAVALLI / eOODTHINWN©- £V7 OUR BOARDING HOUSE with MAJOR HOOPLE OUT OUR WAY J. R. WILLIAMS 14-Monday, May 17, 1965 Redlands Daily Facfs TELEVISION IN REVIEW By RICK DU BROW HOLLYWOOD (UPI) — The practice of layman involvement in a dramatic production was employed Sunday evening on NBC-TVs "Children's Theatre" when non-professionals acted out a story o£ two youngsters and their horse. The tale, which told of ai brother and sister who worked; to earn S75 to buy the horse; and then had to learn to adjust^ to its eccentricities, used as: actors residents of New York's ^ Taconic Valley, where the hour I program was shot. The- only| professional performer in the production was the narrator, Ed Begley. There were probably some! viewers who felt that the broadcast time of the program, 6:307:30 p.m. EDT, was a little late in the day to present an offering with a tone so obviously aimed primarily at youngsters. However, this is precise- 1 ly the time of day when children's shows have been needed, hut have been shamefully miss-' ing, except for the hard-sell cartoon programs with local clowns pretending to have educational appeal. Last evening's hour, "Kristie," did not seem particularly exceptional in its execution. Although the silent film approach, with only Begley's voice heard in narration, undoubtedly avoided the acting defects bound to come in the voices of non-professional performers, it made for remoteness of character in the effect. Furthermore, while; the messages of hard work, adjustment and responsibility made their points, there simply didn't seem to be much of a! story for youngsters who pre -j sumably are more sophisticated; nowadays; at least, for young- 1 sters who are old enough to; stay up until 7:30. George Heinemann, a talent- OUR AraSTORS TpyQuincy ed gentleman who was in charge of the production, described "Kristie" as "a love story in the classic sense." This is probably so, but unfortunately the program did not, deliver it in a classic produc-j tion, which unfortunately is the' requirement for a classic story if it is to register as one. Still, the natural scenery was lovely to look at, and the attempt was honorable and can only be ap. predated. Like any late night entry, Merv Griffin's new syndicated show will have its ups and downs, but it has the potential ofr consistent bite and pleasure in its conversation and entertainment. Griffin has a loyal following and favorite guests, with whom he has a way. As expected, a great plus is his right-hand man, Arthur Treach. er, the erstwhile movie butler. On Friday, for instance. Griffin, Treacher, UPI White House correspondent Merriman Smith and Dan Dailey had a fine session which unfortunately was diluted later on by the appearance of some young comedian who simply wasn't equal to their ease or maturity. If the show can stay more in the Griffin - Treacher - Smith- Dailey groove, it will bring many hours of pleasant relaxation. The Channel Swim: Movie studio boss Jack Warner in interviewed Thursday on NBC- TVs "Today" program. . .So is playwright Jack Gelber. . .Lisa Minelli is a guest on "Today" Tuesday. . .Same show Tuesday! takes up the subject of higher i education in a talk with John; Keats, author of "The Sheep- j skin Psychosis." ! "Isn't it exciting. Helen? The Fleet's in!" SHOW BEAT Treats beauty slightly By Dick Kleiner Hollywood Correspondent Newspaper Enterprise Assn. NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE F2485 On July 13. 1965. at 12:00 o'clock noon at the north entrance of the Courthouse, Fourth and Arrowhead, in the City of San Bernardino, CaH- fornia. THE YEAMANS COMPANY, a corporation, as Trustee under the Deed of Trust made by CYRIL WILLIAMS AND KOSALIND WILLIAMS, husband and wife, and recorded December 12. 1952, in Book 5817, Page 608 of Official Records of San Bernardino County. California, given to secure an indebtedness in favor of CALIFORNIA FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, by reason of the breach of certain obligations secured thereb.v, notice of which was recorded February 2. 1965. in Book 6322. Page 722 of said Official Records, will sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, payable in lav..ful money of the United States at which time of sale, without warranty as to title, possession or encumljrances, the interest conveyed to and now held by said Trustee under said Deed of Trust, in and to the following described property, to-wil: Lot 24, Tract No. 6592, Country Club Estates Unit No. 5, in the city of Redlands. county of San Bernardino, state of California, as per plat recorded in book 83 of Maps, page 12, records of said county, for the purpose of paying obligations secured by said Deed including fees, charges and expenses of the Trustee, advances, if any, under the terms of said Deed, interest thereon and $31,108.91 in unpaid principal of the note secured by said Deed, with interest thereon from September 10, 1964, as in said note and by law provided. Dated May 2, 1965, THE YEAMANS COMPANY. Trustee By: Richard K. Yeamans 1241Y ASK SPECIAL PRAYERS KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (UPI)—A national union of firemen called on its members Saturday to say special prayers "so the government will be kind to us" and provide higher wages. Otherwise, the union said, it would be compelled to strike. NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR PROnATE OF WILL AND FOR LETTERS TE.<;TAMENTARY No. 34723 In the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of San Bernardino. In the Matter of the Estate of CHARLOTTE L. JESSOP. Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the petition of Walter D. Kolb and Virginia .lessop Carollo for the Probate of Will of Charlotte L. Jessop. the above named decedent, and for the issuance of Letters Testamentary thereon to Walter D. Kolb and Virginia Jessop Carollo. petitioner, reference to which is hereby made for further particulars, will be heard at 9:30 o'clock a.m.. on May 28. 1965. in the court room of the Probate Department. Room 308 of tiie above entitled Court at the courthouse in the City of San Bernardino in the above designated county and state. Dated May 12, 1905. V. DENNIS WARDLK. Clerk. By Edith Campbell. Deputy Clerk. HEN'TON S. BRENAN, ,306 E. Stale St.. Redlands, Calif.. Attorney for petitioner. iFirst publication May 17, 19651 NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL AND CODICIL AND FOR LETTERS TESTAMENTARY No. 34720 In the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of San Bernardino. In the Matter of the Estate of CLIVE E. DcWITT, also known as C. E. DeWITT. also known as CLIVE DeWITT. Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the petition of Security First National Bank for the Probate of Will and Codicil of Clive E. DeWitt. also known as C. E. DeV/itt. also known as Clive DeWitt, the above named decedent, and for the issuance of Letters Testamentary thereon to Security First National Bank, petitioner, reference to which is hereby made for further particulars, will be heard at 9:30 o'clock a.m.. on May 28. 1965. in the court room of the Probate Department. Room 300 of the above entitled Court at the courthouse in the City of San Bernardino in the above designated county and state. Dated May 11. 1965. V. DENNIS WARDLE, Clerk. By Edith Campbell. i Deputy Clerk FEX W. CRANMER, Attorney at Law. Attorney for Petitioner. (First publication May 15. 19651 NOTICE OF HE.VRI.NG ON PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL AST) FOR LETTERS TESTAME.NT.\RV No. 34700 In the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of San Bernardino. In the Matter of the Estate of EVELYN B. MARTINEZ. Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the petition of Jimmie G. Martinez for , the Probate of Will of Evelyn B. I Martinez, the above named decedent, : and for the issuance of Letters Testa- j mentary thereon to Jimmie G. Mari tinez. petitioner, reference to which I is hereby made for further particulars, will be heard at 9:30 o'clock •a.m.. on May 21. 1965. in the court • room of the Probate Department, i Room 308 of the above entitled Court :at the courthouse in the City of San : Bernardino in the above designated I county and state. I Dated Mav 6. 1965. I V. DENNIS WARDLE. Clerk, i By Edith Campbell. Deputy Clerk. PAUL B. WILSON. QUAY P. WILSON. 306 E. State Street. Redlands. California. Attorneys for Petitioner. • First publication May 10, 1965' I Storybook Tots Answer to Previous Puzzle ACROSS Wonderland" 6 "Tiny " 9 "Uftle • 57 Wrestling cusiiion 58 Having rays DOWN 1 Wool for the warp 2 Lion 3 Luzon naUves 4 Cardboard design 12 Moslem . princess 13 Letter of Greek alphabet •l"T^''^thr*"^ 5 Load troops on .17 Girl Scouts' group (ab,) :i8Rake M9By reason of 21 Exciter to • action, 24 Impel r25 English • statesman -(1759-1806) 26 Lump •28Elbe tributary 29 Goddess of , the dawn •30 .Angular unit . (math.l "32 Masculine appellation 33 Beetle :36';'LitUe boy coach 6 Beverage '7 Skin irritation 8 Construct 9 Moths 10 Face 11 Legal plea 16 Not to windward •20 Destroy 21 Monkey 22 River lSp.5 .23 Radioactive element HOLLYWOOD (NEA) — A rather sad little story, which happened during the filming of "Ship of Fools," has come to light. As the shooting neared an end, screenwriter Abby Mann tossed a big party. He invited every person in the cast and crew—around 200 or so—with one notable exception. The only one not asked was Gila Golan, the Israeli beauty who plays a small role in the picutre. He wasn't happy with her performance, and took out his disappointment by omitting her. Gila is certainly not a great actress, but she is breathtakingly beautiful and a nice person and the rest of the cast all liked her. The day after the party, many of them—unaware of the reason she wasn't there—asked her where she had been. Gallantly, the girl made up some story to cover Mann's rudeness. But it eventually became know and most of the cast was bitter. Incidentally, "Ship of Fools" is a remarkable film—a series of intriguing character studies. And if Oskar Werner isn't nom- inatined for an Oscar, there is no justice. NOVAK, OR THAT WAS THE WIG THAT WAS In "The Amorous Adventures of Moll Flanders," Kim Novak wears a red wig. (She'll also wear the same wig at the Moll Flanders Ball in New York on May 7.) When Kim's mother heard she needed a red wig for the part, she told her daughter to look no further. Mamma is a redhead, and she. offered Kim some of her excess! hair. So the wig was made upi from Jlrs. Novak's hair. CORNEL, or WILDE ABOUT AFRICA Cornel Wilde is undoubtedly Hollywood's only N'guni Morena. .And, while that is not like having 300 shares of AT&T, it isn't bad. The honor came to Cornel while he was producing, directing and starring in "The Naked Prey." The film was shot entirely in the Northern Transvaal in Africa, the home of the several N'­ guni tribes. The natives became so enthralled with Wilde that they began to call him "Morena," which means chief. It is not an empty honor, like being adopted into the Algon- quins. Wolde was able to command obedience from the tribesmen merely by walking into their huts. The cast included many native actors, and their union isn't as strong as ours. In fact, it is nonexistent. The African actors| were paid half a rand (70 cents) per day. If they were given lunch, that was deducted from their pay. The scale was estab­ lished by the real Morena of the N'guni. Wilde spends much of the picture naked — and the story has him as the sole survivor of a massacred safari, who is stripped and turned loose to be hunted so discreetly that the picture has been granted a seal of approval by the Motion Pictures Producers' Association. MR.- BLACKWELL, or NUCLEAR FASHION Mr. Blackwell, perhaps Hollywood's top commercial dress designer, doesn't mince words about show business fashions today. "Movies no longer have any influence on fashions," says the tall, dark, brooding Blackwell. Blackwell says movie stars today are not directed by the studios, as they once were, in the matter of clothes. "The result," he .says, "is that the starlets of today all look alike." children tour Tower LONDON (UPI) — Caroline and John Kennedy Jr. today joined other American tourists in a visit to the ancient Tower of London fortress, liome of the priceless crown jewels. The. Kennedy youngsters watched the famed Beefeaters in their colorful 16th century costumes. The Beefeaters serve as guards for the jewels. The children of the late President also passed the spot where executions were held when tlie tower was a prison. Sunday, tliey spent the day with their governess in the country while Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy and her brother-in- law. Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, D-N.Y., lunched with Harold Macmillan, who was prime minister for much of the same period John F. Kennedy served as President. Mrs. Kennedy and licr children mixed with famous and the ordinary of the land Sunday. Game goes on and on HUNTINGDON, Pa. (UPD— A 50l2 hour marathon Softball game ended here Sunday with the Juniata College freshmen edging the sophomores. 618-599. Both sides used coed players during the daylight hours but during the night it was striclly a man 's game. The marathon, latest in college student fads, started at 1:30 p.m. Friday and ended at 3:55 p.m. Sunday. 27 Three- 38 Remove nails dimensional from show 40 Hard shell 30 Sun god (Egypt) 43 Stupor 31 Some "one 45 Sport 32 Flat-topped hill aggregation 33 "Wizard of Oz" 46 Wagnerian girl heroine 34 Mouths 50 Whale (comb. .35 College cheer :59 Major (music) I 40 Feminine appelJatioa 1 41 Eternities i 42 Hebrew scripture notes (var.) 44 Crescent-shaped 47 Moslem Filipino 48 Yellow bugle plant- 49 Mountain in •^osemite Park (2 words) •53 Son of Gad (Bib.) 54 Ibsen character 55 Yellow pigment •(var.) 56 Eastern state (ab.) "How would I fee! if I needed a dollar and Pop gave it to me? I'd feel susplciousi"

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