The San Bernardino County Sun from San Bernardino, California on March 20, 1964 · Page 32
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San Bernardino, California
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Friday, March 20, 1964
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fl w ir'tflr nr"Ti-"-y ir"Tj-Jt V C-4 THE DAILY SUN ys jj with tho iri By Bb wafton Barracuda are expected to provide most of the action as Southern California's big deep sea fishing fleet starts its 19G4 spring-summer boat schedule tomorrow or next weekend. However, there is a strong hint of a white sea bass run in the offing to provide extra excitement. Skiff fishermen have been picking up big white sea bass in toe vicinity of the Barn-midway between Oceanside and San Clemente for several days. The top catch was a 44-pounder. Sportfishing boats haven't tied into them yet, but as more of the boats come out of winter drydock and head for the fishing holes there is a good chance that white sea bass catches will turn up in the daily counts. At least this is the opinion of Phil Tozer, president of Davey's Locker, deep sea fishing center at Newport Beach. The Barn area is well within easy cruising range of boats out of Newport Harbor, Oceanside and San Clemente, and. even the Long Beach-San Pedro boats head that way on occasion. .Tozer doesn't look for much in the way of yellowtail fishing this season, at least in the off-coast area north of the Coronado Islands. His idea is that this isn't "yellowtail country." Tozer feels the yellows mostly stay further south, except for occasional sprees when they move into warm water areas. Every last one of the Southland's deep sea landing operators expects the 1964 ocean fishing season to be a great one and none of them would be surprised if new catch records are made. They point out that the past winter fishing season has been good all along the ocean, not even counting the husky catches of rock fish that are nlade every winter. Barracuda, tjonito and calico bass fishing have been good all winter and halibut catches have been exceptional. In fact, the Southland's halibut fishery has made a great, comeback after a span of nytfjr years. Th",action emphasis during the coming spring may be on barracuda and, possibly, white sea bass, but continuing good catches of calicos, bonito and halibut also are expected. Boat Schedules Two Southland landings, Oceanside and San Clemente, will launch their spring-summer boat schedules tomorrow. This means surface rather than bottom fishing. Pierpoint Landing at Long Beach will start its boat Freedom on weekend runs only beginning tomorrow. It will leave at 2 a.m. and fish Cat-alina Island waters. Davey's Locker will start two surface fishing boats on a new schedule March 28. The Fury II will leave at 4 a.m. andhe Del Mar at 7 a.m. Next week will bring an end to rock fish angling for Davey's Locker boats. San Diego's Yellowtail Der Rodriguez Spots Foe 7 Pounds In Televised Bout With Mims NEW YORK (AP) Luis Ro-I driguez, the former welter - weight champion, is expected to , i , j i tive away ai icasi seven jjuunua to veteran middleweight Holley Mims tonight when they meet in a 10-round match in Madison Square Garden. Body of Editor Returns to LA. For Final Riles LOS ANGELES (APJ - Thej body of George T. Davis, veteran sports editor of the Los Angeles Herald - Examiner who died of a heart attack at Vero Beach, Fla., Wednesday, was flown to Los Angeles yesterday. The 65-year-old sports figure's widow. Helene. also was flvinrl here aboard the Los Aneelps Dodgers' private plane. ! think I know exactly how to 'sons," but Dr. Wheeler added Mrs. Davis had been with her j handle him." " j that that move had nothing to husband as he covered the: Mims, 37 years old, has a ca-do with Smith being transferred. Dodgers' training activities at reer record of 58 victories 25 1 Principal Ray Larson of High-Vero Beach. .losses and six draws. He has and Juor Hj h dj ,ed R7tWc" AhS rfc ia 8!t"ockcd "1 ".opponents and Smith would a fi H ,fi. d PI! i"" 1l00red- rt Jtics, beginning today, which in- auiuij, wiujui in ouiudiiA, ihh far from the Davis' home. A Requiem High Mass will follow at 10 a.m. Monday at the same church. Friday, March 20. 1964 by, with its long list of valuable prizes, starts March 28, on which date the extensive San Diego fishing fleet goes into action. For the barge fishermen, Malibu Pier's "Star of Mali-bu" will be open Easter week and then shutdown until May 1, while Redondo is operating its "Buccaneer" on Saturdays and Sundays. Other deep sea landings along the coast are either already in operation or will bp by next weekend. First Yellowtail San Diego's Yellowtail Derby could get off to a fast start because yellowtail already have shown up at the Corona-do Islands and the season's first catch there was made March 1. Another good sign as far as the yellows are concerned is the fact that lots of red crabs are in the water around the Coronados. The yellows like these fellows. Boat skippers checking San Clemente Island waters also have spotted both yellowtail and barracuda, but so far they have been reluctant to take bait. Some of the skippers who have visited San Clemente Island feel that fishing conditions there look so good that it could be the hot-spot of Southern California salt water angling in 1964. To the last man, the deep sea angling experts shy away from the subject of albacore. Last year was a fine albacore season, one of the best of record, except the boat ride to the longfin area was a long one. Mostly, the albacore stayed just off the east end of San Clemente Island, although a few migrated into the off-coast channel. You'll hear more about albacore as the season progresses, but don't look for 'em much before July 4, if then. Ocean Fish Report The latest 24-hour report on ocean fishing in Southern California as furnished by the operators of the deep sea landings: NEWPORT BEACH (Balboa Pavilion. Seasport Landing) Two boats, 28 anglers: 7 barracuda, 39 kelp bavi, halibut. (Divey't Locker) Three boats, 96 anglers: 10 barracuda, 18 kelp bass, 1 whit tea bass, 87 rock fish, 13 halibut. PARADISE COVE Threo boats, 90 anglers: 45 halibut to 22 lbs., 48 bass, 142 rock cod, 12 sole. OCEANSIDE One boat, 38 anqlers: 93 barracuda, 2 bonito, 107 bass, 14 halibut. SANTA MONICA (Sportfishinsl Two boats, 76 anglers: 52 halibut to 17 lbs , 31 bass. SEAL BEACH Two boats. 31 anglers: 8 sand bass, 87 halibut. MALIBU PIER One boat, 11 anglers: 15 halibut, 6 calico bass, 20 rock fish. PORT HUENEME Three boats, 7i anqlers: 542 rock fish. REDONDO (Pleasure Fishing) Two boats, 25 anglers: 39 calico bass, 95 bonito, 17 halibut. (Snortfishing) Three boats, 49 anglers: 115 bonito, 73 bass, 23 halibut, 345 rock cod. Barge, 47 anglers: 63 bonito, 13 bass, 3 halibut, 22 mackerel. SAN PEDRO (Norm'i Landing) Two boats, 58 anglers: 66 halibut, 2 calico bass, 1 black sea bass, 30 rock fish. LONG BEACH (Pierpoint Landing) Three boats, 56 anglers: 400 rock cod, 17 bass, 40 halibut. (Pacific Landing) Two boats, 55 anglers: 96 halibut, 7 calico bass. But Rodriguez figures his youth and greater punching. Pwer iU ,"7 re weif ' than Mims advantage on the scales. ThP nHrk-makpr new The' Cuban, now residing in Miami . . is a 2-1 favorite. "I'm going to weigh about 151 pounds and at that weight I can beat, any middleweight," Rodriguez insisted yesterday. Mims, from Washington, D.C., will probably come in at 15 P0Unas- Rodriguez, who'll be subbing for the injured Joey Archer, is i booked to meet Emile Griffith,; the welterweight champion, in a title bout June 12 in Las Vegas Rodriguez won the crown from Griffith in March 1963 and lost it back three months later. "I don't think Rodriguez is as! good as he was at this time last year," Mims said. "I've seen him fight lots of times and ivuunKuu ;o, nas won 04 aim, juhi uiree. ne nas si.oppea ti. The bout will be nationally televised by ABC starting at 10 p.m., PST. t i ,i TT 1 I rn Five-Day Camp at Snow Summit Junior Ski instruction Set Instruction In skiing will be offered to Southern California junior enthusiasts of the snow sport at a five-day ski camp to be held at Big Bear Lake's Snow Summit starting Sunday. The ski camp, the fourth annual one of its kind, will be sponsored by Snow Summit and will be directed by Natalie Gammey, Tommi Tyndall and Bob Davis of the Snow Summit Ski School. Beginning and intermediate skiers from the ages of 8 to 16 are eligible and the tuition fee for the five-day training period includes lodging, meals, and tow and lift fees, as well as Heidelberg Speed Shop Dragster Wins Top Honors Heidelberg Speed Shop of San Bernardino captured the top eliminator bond at last Sunday's Open Drag Meet at Colton'sjand Table Mountain is closed Morrow Strip, and it 11 be back! to try to make it two in a row; at this Sundays speediest irom;stm jn good skiing shape with 9 a.m. to & p.m. The Heidelberg dragster turned 164.00 m.p.h., with an elapsed time of 9.30 seconds. The Pipins-Torrez altered from Claremont took little eliminator at 151.28 and 10.31 in an Olds-mobile. Stock eliminator winner was Warren & Day of San Bernardino, with Gordon Williams of Fontana at the wheel of the Stu-debaker, in 95.23 and 14.49. Glenwood Motors of Riverside led its stock class at 116.99 and 12.18. Wolthers Makes No. 2 All-Loop SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)-Un-hpatpn Tier. A nlar-pH three mpn on the All-AAWU basketball team as picked by the loop's six1 head coaches Bruin guards Gail Goodrich ! and Walt Hazzard were joined by UCLA forward Jack Hirsch.j Stanford center Tom Dose and USC forward Al Young rounded U nil ,... All k,,i Hirsch were unanimous picks. The second team: forwards Dan Wolthers of California, Clint Peeples of Washington; center Ted Warner of Washing ton State; guards Byron Vadset of Washington State and a tie among Kent Hinckley and Hollis Moore of Stanford, Dan Lufkin of California and Doug Balcom of USC. Honorable mention: Fred Slaughter and Keith Erickson of UCLA, Bill Morris of USC, Clayton Raaka of Stanford, Camden Wall of California. Smith Transferred to Highland Elton Named Mentor at Pacific High Wayne Elton will be serving as the new head coach of the Pacific Pirates this afternoon at 3:15 p.m., when the Bucs take the Perris Hill field against Ra-mona High in a Citus Belt League baseball battle. Elton, who formerly coached at Fontana High before coming to Pacific last September, was named to replace Richard Smith, who has been transferred to Highland Junior High. Arvil Hale of Highland Junior High has been shifted to Pa cific to handle Smith's teaching accirrnmnntc u-liih inAnA three physical education class - es and two world history class - es ,B n""ng the bitches, Dr. Donald R. Wheeler, assis itant superintendent in charge of personnel for the city schools. disclosed that Smith's transfer time Ar.n 1 was done 'for personal rea- sons. Dr. Wheeler added that "there was no parental pres- s involved in relieving ! !5mifh nf llio r'nanVilnrr nnpf Ki,i ..was"f; th7 ,ood of l e Isrhnnl riislrift" that tho phanoo ;m assignments was made. Dr. Wheeler made it clear that Smith "had a satisfactory record as a coach and teacher,"; but other factors were involved. 1 Just last Tuesdav. Pacific scored a 3-2 upset win over CBL title-favored San Bernardino. Pacific's leading hitter, Gil Parra, had been dropped from' Lthe team "for disciplinary rea nh,A0A thD n in c-il Viuuv.vt 1 1 I v. 111 OUVIHI studies and three in P.K. Hale joined the city schools system in 1951, after being with Instruction. Each age group of skiers will have an adult counselor. The object of the camp is to provide concentrated instruction for junior skiers in an atmosphere of fun and fellowship. Entertainment will be provided after each day's skiing session. Although natural snow is rather scarce in the San Bernardino Mountains, Snow Summit, thanks to its snp.w-making equipment, has 10 to 20; "inches of skiable snow. Some of the other ski resorts are not as well off. The other Big Bear ski resorts, Rebel Ridge, Snow Forest and Moonridge, will have their own man-made snow packs and some skiing will be possible, and the same holds true for Snow Valley and the Wright- wood resorts, Holiday Hill andj Blue Ridge. Green Valley Lake1 is a question. Mt. Baldy, Kratka Ridge and; Mt. Waterman will operate! their lifts for sightseers only ; Mammoth Mountain and June Mountain in the High Sierra are up to four feet of snow The Tyrolean Ski Club's Class! Muscoy LL Holds Final Signups Tomorrow Morning Muscoy Little L e g ij ej will hold its final baseball ignups tomorrow morning, .idm 9 to noon, at the snack bar i the ball park at the west fid of Blake Street, it was announced by Mrs. Kenneth Pelle, treasurer. Boys 8 through 12 who can't make it tomorrow, and wish to! register, may do so at the home! of Earl Brotchie, 3094 Macy St.,; me Payers dgm. ,a buov tu,r,nsu 8 b,Y end, of JuI' he wl11 be eIlSlbIe fnri our. f.a league," M.vs. Pelle stated. "But if he turns 13 be- fforelUAui 1 he Y't'W?0 ?K fr the coy LL. Only, 117 bave s'sncd' so moreare IK-l-UCU. Pacific Booster Club Sets Tuesday Meeting The monthly meJifigkpf the Pacific High Booster$ub, set for Tuesday night at thehool, has been postponed a week, it was announced by President, Ivan (Pep) Richardson. The meeting, for parents of Pacific students, had to be delayed a week, until March 31, since the school is closed for spring vacation next week. New Baseball the city recreation oar'tment, from 1947 to 1950. HA4is at Richardson Junior Hili one year, then at Highland tor 10 years. " : ' Hale graduated from San Bernardino Valley College and the University of Redlands, getting his master's degree at Red-lands with a thesis on Little League baseball. In six of his seasons at Highland he coached four sports football, basket-1 ball, baseball and track. j Elton served as assistant 1 baseball coach under Smith, ! ! and .f fwaf. a" aidf ,n hr !Jy footba11' aIso. Wlth Dr. Kenneth P. Bailey, prin- cipal at Pacific, was at an administrator's meeting and couldn't be reached yesterday, but Dr. Wheeler felt that Elton would finish out this season as head baseball coach, and' a possible change may be made next term. Six new deep vees with stern drive r mom m m , m wmummm m m rrrrr:. " t . : rt-rff -"-- --Ji" 1B U. lapstrake aluminum HOLIDAY vSTARCRAfTo AMERICA'S MOST POPULAR BOAT OVER 700 BOATS IN STOCK MERCURY OUTBOARD We Feature a Complete Outboard Motor PRATT BROS. BOAT 650 W. Redlandilvd. (Old Hwy. 99) A, B, C and Open division races, slated Sunday at Moonridge, had to be canceled yesterday because of the lack of sufficient racing-type snow. The club may switch the events to Mammoth Mountain at a later date. 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Plus two fiberglass boats with deep vees and stern drives. Starcraft's exclusive deep vee gives you fabulous planing action, precise control on turns, and excitingly improved speed, performance, and handling. Along with deep vee, Starcraft offers two power options: factory-installed 110 hp. MerCruiser stern drive, the stern drive of your choice installed by your Starcraft dealer. (In the aluminum cruisers and runabouts only, you can have outboard pow er without dpep vee bottom.) Write today for your 7964 Stsrcrait cataog. Starcraft Boat Company, Dept. R-2, Goshen, Indiana J0 DOWN MOTORS Repair Shop YARD Redlands BROS. ef SAN BERNARDINO 381 W. Highland Ave. SEE THE COMPLETE LINE OF 1964 OUTBOARD MOTORS AT 381 W. Highland Ave. SAN BERNARDINO with a 1964 Merc WHAT A COMBO 14-ft. Boat MODEL TACOMA NO. 100 - mERCURY 35 H.P. Motor Electric Plus Trailer, Controls, Battery, Batt. Box Reg. $7596 SPECIAL $ 1195 COMPLETE COMPLETE LINE of SKI EQUIPMENT Also See Our CLASSIC and GLASSPAR BOATS KABIN HAMPERS Expert Outboard and Inboard Motor Repairs in Our Own Shop by Factory Trained Experts irS SO EASY TO SHOf AT PRATT BROS. LOCATED AT HIGHLAND AND D STREET WITH A CONVEN-IENT CUSTOMER ENTRANCE AND PARKING LOT AT REAR OF BOAT YARD. OPEN SUNDAY Bankamerieard TU 2-3358 381 W. Highland Ave. San Bernardino PBATT IMS. Goods Pratt Bros. Boat Yard 850 W. Redlands Blvd. REDLANDS We Take Trade-In Your Merc dealer invites you to Merc's high-strength design and construction with any competitor's outboard From thir powrhdj to thiir shear-proof props, Mercs are designed and constructed to last . . . with less maintenance and cost to you. The entlri tngini block of a Merc is one-piece die-cast aluminum. There is no head gasket to blow... fewer joint faces to loosen and leak. The pistons in a Merc aie forgpd aluminum . . . lighter in construction yet tougher, more durable and cooler running than the cjst aluminum pistons found in most competitors' out-boards. Mercury's aluminum drive shaft hous ing is die-cast in one piece. It dos not depend on the holding power of nuts, bolts, studs and miscellaneous parts. The forged- aluminum clamp brackets on a Merc are heat-treated to the strength of steel and i are virtually j unbreakable. w Even on the higher horsepower Mercs, the clamp brackets have wing bolts that clamp to the transom ... in addition to a provision for security bolts through the tiansom. The lower unit of a Merc has more backbone than that of any other outboard. It is die-cast in one piece to keep the husky gears and shafts permanently aligned. There is no protruding nose to snag rocks and logs or gather weeds. The gearshift is mechanical with no underwater electrical parts to short out. The Jet-Prop has no shear pins. It is spline driven and is protected by a live-bber safety clutch that yields momentarily on impact. These are just a few of the comparisons in design and construction that you can make. Your Merc dealer can point out many moie. See him soon. See how you can get more RUN for your money with Mercury . . . 100, 85, 65, 50, 35, 20, 9.8, 6 and 3.9 hp outboards and MerCruiser Stern Drives ... 110 to 310 hp gasoline, 60 and 100 hp diesel. MERC 650 65 hp Tour cylinders in line mERCURY SILVER ANNIVERSARY FLEET Wilceniin.mdTerrtfttA, Soh.IPliro( BfUMWlf;!. Corporttion . o e: . --i 1 n) -tmm lH i; ; rjk . .. -"- OA.

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