Santa Cruz Sentinel from Santa Cruz, California on December 18, 1950 · Page 6
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Santa Cruz, California
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Monday, December 18, 1950
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tf(EMeim Toe' (Eirozffl ULeads DBemdwiiis IT Wfiim By Fritz Howell Cleveland. Dec. 18 (.-? "Golden toed" Lou Groza booted the Cleveland Browns into the American division championship with two field coals yesterday, defeating the New York Giants 8 to 3. A crowd of 33.054 witnessed the National Professional football playoff. The win was the first in three flames against New York by the our-time All-America conference champs and sent Cleveland into a league championship game here Sunday against the Los An-geles Rams. Los Angeles won its way to the National conference title and a shot at the loop crown by beating the Chicago Bears, 21 14. yesterday. Although Groza's two place kicks in two attempts provided Bears, Huskies Dominate All PCC Elevens California and Washington dominated the 1950 all-Pacific Coast conference team as chosen by the coaches of the conference, it was announced by the PCC Commissioner's office. The Bears have four men on both the offensive and defer.sive teams, while the Huskies have four on the offensive team end three on the defensive squad. Don Hcinrich, Washington's record-shattering quarterback, was the only unanimous choice of the mentors. Because of ties in voting, 13 players are included on the offensive unit and 14 on the defensive team. The offensive team is as follows: Ends Bill McColl. Stanford and Joe Cloidt, Washington, Bob Wilkinson. UCLA (tie); Tackles Bob Karpe, California, and Volney Peters. USC: Guards Bruce Mac-Lachlan, UCLA. Paul McMurtry, USC. Les Richter. California (tie); Center Mike Michaels, Washington; Backs Don Ileinrich, Washington; Pete Schabarum, California; Jim Monachino, California, and Hugh McEihenny, Washington. The defensive unit is as follows: Ends Boo ULnahen. California, Ed Barilett. California. Darrell RigS. UCLA (tie; Tackles Brick Sac jj.iein, UCLA, and Volney Peters, USC; Guards Ted Holzknechl, Washington, and Les Richter, California; Linebackers Russ Pomeroy, Stanford, and Donn Moomaw, UCLA; Backs Roland Kirby, Washington, Dick Sprague, Washington; Earl Stelle, Oregon, and Johnny Williams. USC (tie); Safety Carl Van Heuit, California. PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL PROPERTY AT PRIVATE SALS No. aU.043. In the Superior Court of the State f California, in and for tne County of Los Anxelea. In the Matter of the Estate of: NETTIE SMITH. Also Known Aa KETTIE C. SMITH. Deceased NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned will sell at private ale to the highest and best bidder, subject to coniirmation of said Superior Court, on or after the 28th day of December. 1360. at the office of Tanner. Odell it Taft. Attorneys. 210 W. 7th Street. Los Angeles 14. California, all the right, title and Interest of said deceased at the time of death nd all the right. Utle and Interest that the estate of Mid deceased has acquired by operation of law or otherwise, other than or tn addition to that f said deceased at the Ume of death. In and to all the certain real property situate in the County of Santa Cruz. State of California, particularly described as follows, to-wlt: "BEGINNING at the Northwest corner of lands conveyed by California Pacific Title Company to John Mardone. et als.. by deed recorded in Volume 350 of Official Records, Page 98. Records of Santa Crux County; thence along the Northerly boundary of said lands Easterly 453.19 feet, more or less, to the West line of the former ritjht of way of South Pacific Coast Railway Company; thence along the Westerly boundary of said last mentioned richt of way. Northerly, to the centerllne of Maple Avenue aa designated on Map entitled "AmmenUed Map Riverside Park Subdivision", filed May 3. 1911 in Map Book 18 Page 12. Records of Santa Crux County; thence Westerly along the centerline of said Maple Avenue to the intersection thereof with the East Boundarv extended Northerly of Lot 9. Block 4 as shown on said Map; thence to and along the said East boundary of Lot 9 in a Southerly direction to the point of beginning. TERMS OF SALE: Cash in lawful money of the United States on confirmation of sale. Ten per cent (10rc) of amount bid to be deposited with bid. Bids or offers to be tn writing and will be received at the aforesaid office at any time after the first publication hereof and before date of sale. DATFU: This 29th day of November. 1350. EVERETT SHILLING, Administrator of the Estate of satd Decedent. TANNFR. ODEIX it TAFT, Attorneys. 210 West Seventh Street, Los Angeles 14. California. Attorneys for Administrator. Dec. 3 to 18. the victory margin, the Browns defensive team gained much of the credit for the conquest through a preat goal line stand midway in the final period. Groza put the Clevelanders ahead with a field goal when a 59-vard march stalled on the Giant four-yard line in the first five minutes. The score stayed that way through a punting duel which extended far into the final session. Midway in the fourth period Gene Roberts broke away for 31 yards for the Browns' four where a weird series of plays was climaxed bv a 12-yard score-knocking field goal by the Giants' Randall Clay. The Browns moved right in after that score to grab the victory. With the Giant defense loosened up expecting Otto Graham to pass, the Cleveland quarterback sneaked over guard for 37 yards in three attempts, carrying down to the Giant 25. The attack stalled on the 22 and Groza was called in for his second field goal with 58 seconds to play. With Tommy James holding, he kicked from the 29 yard line for the game-deciding points. The Giants opened a desperation pass attack after the kickoff. but Bill Willis and Jim Martin smothered Conerly in the end zone for a 'safety and the final two points with only eight seconds to play-Each of the players in the contest received one-twelfth of his year's salary. In next week's playoff for the big championship, the players will split all the gate receipts and television and radio revenue after bare ex-penses are taken out. The slippery going and an intermittent snow coupled with cold hands hampered the passing attack of both teams. Graham completing three of nine attempts for 43 yards and the Giants connecting on three of 15 by Conerly and Travis Tidwell for a total of 43 yards. Sugar Ray Meets Viilemain Friday New York, Dec. 18 W - Welterweight Champion Ray Robinson will meet France's Robert Viilemain in Paris Friday night in a non-title rematch that features the pre-Christmas fight program. , The last time these two battlers tangled was last June 5 in Philadelphia. At that time Robinson won a unanimous 15-round decision that earned him the Pennsylvania version of . the world middleweight championship. Both Robinson and Viilemain are leading contenders for the world 160-pound crown now w orn by Jake LaMotta, the Bronx bull. NOTICE OF TIME APPOINTED rOR PROVING WILL. ETC. He. 1244 In the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of Santa Cruz. In the Matter of the Fstate of FREDERICK VANDFR LOHFN. also known as FREDKRICK V. LOHEN. and as r. V. LOHEN. Deceased. Notice is herebv given that a petition for the c rebate of the wiU of Fred erick Vanrler Lohen. also known as r redertck V. Lohen. and as F. V. Lohen, deceased, and for the issuance to petitioner C.UDRUN BENDICTE LOHEN. of letters testamentary has been filed tn this court, and that December 29. lf.0. at trn nVlork A.M. of uM dav. and the courtroom of said court, in the courthouse. In the city of Santa Cru. County of :nt Cruz, State of vflutDrma. nave Drm iixra as inr time and place for the hearing of said petition, when and where all persons interested may appear ana contest the same and show cause why said peu tion shouH not be granted. Dated: December 14. IPSO. H. E. MILLER. Clerk, By Mathilda Rossi. Deputy Clerk BERT B. SNYDER Attorney for Petitioner, Santa Cruz, California. Dec. 13 to 27 BEAR service wheel balancing and braka service 1005 WATlt ST. PHONI 44Q7-W Mrs. DuPont Named Top Lady Netster New York, Dec. 18 Mrs. Margaret Osborne DuPont heads the women's National tennis rank ings for the third straight year. The Wilmington, Del., matron, who successfully defended her title last September at Forest Hills, was given the No. 1 spot in the provisional ratings of the United States Lawn Tennis association ranking committee. TURNESA WINS Havana, Dec. 18 P) Fashioning a last round 65 with the help of an eagle and five birdies, Jim Turnesa of Briarchff, N.Y., member of the famed U.S. golfing family, won the Havana invitation Golf tournament with a 72-hole total of 267. Cal Opens Grid Practice Today At Arrowhead Springs Berkeley. Calif.. Dec. 18 m The full University of California football team was scheduled to undergo a Rose Bowl football practice session today at Arrowhead Springs, near San Bernardino. Tnarh Lvnn O. .PaDDVl Waldorf sent tne linal contingent oz tne Bears southward last night. Half the team went down Saturday night on the Southern Pacific Lark.. Waldorf says he plans heavy practice sessions daily until Christmas in San Bernardino's Orange Bowl. After a short recess, the Bears will then take up practice again for Michigan and the New Year's Day classic at Pasadena. The Bears were originally scheduled to stay in Berkeley until after Christmas, but heavy rains and soggy Berkeley fields forced Waldorf to reschedule the trip. Culmoiic OK; Rides Today Miami, Fla., Dec. 18 (JP) Jockey Joe Culmone, the nation's leading rider who was injured in a spill at Tropical Park Saturday, may return to the saddle today. Culmone was discharged from Jackson Memorial hospital yesterday after spending the night there under observation. Dr. John E. Dees, who examined the 19-year-old Sicilian jockey at the hospital, said Culmone had a contusion on the head, a bad bruise on his left hip and suffered from mild shock Culmone and Apprentice Jockey Larry Wilson tumbled from their mounts at the three furlongs pole when Culmone's mount. New Wonder, fell. Wilson's horse, the Gink, went down while attempting to sidestep them. Wilson had only a superficial muscular bruise on his left hip, Dr. Dees reported. Earlier, Culmone had registered his 370th winner of the year aboard Dubious in the third. The win put him just 18 short of the all-time record set in 1906 by Walter Miller. Top Athletes Off For New Zealand San Francisco, Dec. 18 Fifteen top caliber American athletes set out by air yesterday for participation in the Canterbury centennial celebration in New Zealand. A sixteenth, John Voight, member of the Amateur Athletic Union track team, was told at the airport he must wait until Wednesday while proper clearance papers to leave the country are issued Voight is a quarter miler, from Oklahoma A and M. His five A.A.U. track teammates who boarded the Pan American Clipper are Sprinter Arthur Bragg, Morgan State col-jerro Baltimore, Md.; Donald Haiti lan, from University of Southern California: John Twomey from University of Illinois, representing the Illinois Athletic club; William Stauffer, from University of California at Berkeley, and James Gehrdes from Penn State. Also making the trip are nine regulars and one alternate of the University of California crew, 1948 Olympic champs. With the party are Vere Wind-nagle of Portland. Ore., coach of the track team, and California crew coach Ky Ebright. The group is expected to arrive at Auckland, N.Z., Tuesday. A six-man U.S. swimming team will fly later this week to the Canterbury games, scheduled the first week of the new year, when it is summer "down under." Waterfield Leads Los Angeles To 24-14 Triumph Over Bears By Bob Myers Los Angeles. Dec. 18 P) Aerial magic struck the powerful Chicago Bears yesteraay and sent the Los Angeles Rams flying to a 24-14 triumph and on into the National football league's championship battle against Cleveland next week. A crowd of 83,501 watched the battle. A near free-for-all battle between both fired up teams halted the game entirely in the waning sec onds, and it was several minutes before play was resumed and the field cleared. Then it took awhile for the officials to make the squads step back to their respective sidelines. Playing perhaps the greatest game of his life, Quarterback bob Waterfield struck the bitter Bears three times through the air for spectacular touchdowns. On the receiving end was the record breaking end, Tom Fears. It gave the Rams their second national conference title in a row. Waterfield, the old master who led the Rams to their only world title five years ago when the club was in Cleveland, kicked a 43-yard field goal to start off the scoring. And he was still the difference between the two teams when the final gun went off. Chicago put up a game fight all the way and kept the howling Los Angeles supporters in an uproar with a dangerous, but unsuccessful, rally that produced one touchdown in the final quarter. But they could not overhaul the sailing locals. The victory not only gave the Rams the chance to play in pro football's blue ribbon event 'at Cleveland; it also avenged a pair of defeats pinned on them by the CIVI YOUR CAR A PRESENT 2 Budget Terms AOIE AUTO UPHOLSTERY 314 front St. Phono 384 0-J Behemoth Bears earlier in the season. The Bears held a momentary lead in the second quarter, 7 to 3, after driving 65 yards in eight plays. Al Campana broke loose for the final 22. Then, however, the Bears were held scoreless until the first play of the fourth period. They had punched and passed 76 yards in 12 yard earned gains, and Fullback Fred (Curly) Morrison charged over for the final four yards. Johnny Lujack, the Chicago quarterback, had a poor day in the air until the final quarter. Six times he ate the football for a total loss of 56 yards. The Rams' Norm Van Brocklin, leading passer in the league, had his troubles, too. He completed only two passes in 10 tries, usually overshooting his receivers. He saw little action after the first period. The triumph was a big one for big Joe Stydahar, Los Angeles rookie coach, because it came over veteran George Halas. Joe starred for the Bears not too many years ago. This is Stydahar's first year as a head coach. The game's final minutes were hot ones. That was when the Bears were stopped on the two with six long minutes left to go. The intensity mounted and play got rougher. It flared into the open when Chicago's George Blanda and the Rams' Dan Fowler squared off in midfield. That brought players from both benches milling angrily to the center of the field. Halas and Stydahar joined the imbroglio, doubtless as peace makers. Order finally was restored. One play later, with the Rams in possession, the gun ended the bitterest football game of the year here. Correction In the Universal Supply Co. ad of Sunday, Dec. 17, the 3 Tab Shingles were incorrectly advertised at $2.25 a square and should have read $7.25 a square. PORTS 6 Santa Cruz Sentinel-News Monday, December 18, 1950 Bing Crosby's Pro-Amateur Play Set For Next Month At Monterey By Russ New land San Fancisco, Dec. 18 UP) Bing Crosby's gift to golf and charity will celebrate its tenth birthday next month. My, how that "child" has grown. This event is the Crosby $10,000 Pro-Amateur Golf championship tournament. It is the personal, private enterprise of The Voice. He conceived it, nurtured it and foots all the bills. Gallery proceeds go to benevolent causes. There is nothing quite like this tournament. It is in a class by itself. The world's greatest professionals consider it a privilege to be invited to participate. So do the top amateurs. For the fifth consecutive year, it will be played on the Monterey peninsula. The dates are January 12, 13 and 14. Three world famed courses are carved out of the Del Monte forest and the ocean bordered area of this scenic section of the peninsula, some 130 miles from San Francisco. The courses are Pebble Beach, where several national Leibbrandts Meet Forest Pool Tomorrow One of the city league's biggest battles of the season comes up tomorrow night when Forest Pool meets the fast-breaking Leibbrandts quintet in the feature game at civic auditorium. A close battle looms in the first game when Harris Togs tip-off at 7:30 against new entry, Colonial Inn. Unbeaten in their first two, outings against Togs and Colonial, Forest Pool is sporting some of the eight-team loop's highest scoring players in Lloyd Waters, Don Lieb-enthal and Jack Rowley, the latter having made 31 points to pace his mates. Leibbrandts floors a more powerful squad than any to face the valley boys thus far, and for that the league can come close in expecting its best game to date. Leibbrandts has two players in big Elmer Fought and Eric Street who rank as the foremost shot-makers at this time. Elmer Fought, who hovered close to the bucket to dump in 27 points last week, popped another 17 in the opening game against Colonial to total 44, highest in the league thus far. Street has made 34 to keep in the top bracket which, of course, includes the Santa Cruz hotel ace, Dick Fassio, with 41. In returning veteran Bill Puget to the guard post that he handles so well, Leibbrandt's should be doubly dangerous. It's a game that promises the brand of ball that has made the city league tops in sports locally at this time of year. Here's a cage tussle that will rank with Hotelmen vs. Leibbrandts and Forest Pool vs. Hotelmen, one of the schedule's higl spots this season. A win for Leibbrandts would mark the fall of one of the league's two remaining unbeaten clubs. Santa Cruz hotelmen, the defending champs, have yet to lose a game. Such a win would hike Leibbrandts from a third Dlace dead lock to a second place tie. ine league is getting close to a pair of opponents on even terms in the first contest' between Togs and Colonial. As a quintet that dumped Leibbrandts opening night, Colonial will certainly rate as a definite threat to the Togs, who have lost both their two starts to strong teams. Here's a collection of nlavers with a lot in common, just about equal height and a lot of aeeres- iiveness. No favorite in this tilt wnere the best team will still havp to be proven on the floor. Marchie Accepts Five-Year Pact Palo Alto. Calif.. Dee. 1fl UPl Stanford Universitv TJpad Fnnthall Coach Marchie Schwartz informed Atnietic Director Al Masters yesterday that he has accepted terms of a new five-year contract offered to him November 5. Schwartz' announcement quelled rumors that the Indian mentor would not accept the contract renewal. Financial terms of the contract were not announced. MEYERS WINS 500 LAP OAKLAND RACE Oakland. Dec. 1ft (JPs riir Meyers of Porterville, driving a Mercury sedan, defeated a classy field in his first aooearance at a major track in taking first place in the 312-mile, 500-lap Pacific coast stock car championship race 1 At All . . at me uaKiana speedway yesteraay. There are more than 6000 differ ent items usually on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. championships have been played; Cypress Point and the Monterey Peninsula Country club. Crosby maintains a permanent residence at Pebble Beach. He can walk out of his door onto the course and frequently does. He shoots a good stick, in the 70s when he is "hot" and upward when he is "cold." When he muffs a shot, Bing may give with a snort of disgust, even as you and I. The man whose croonings if laid end to end would reach the moon, started this tournament as a small get-together for his friends at Ran-cho Santa Fe near San Diego a decade ago. It has mushroomed into a major event of its kind. The field next month will number 150. The pro-amateur teams play three 18-hole rounds, one each at Cypress Point, Monterey Peninsula and Pebble Beach. The 15 low professional medal scores will cut up a melon of $7000. The pros also have a dig at $3000 set aside for "best ball" scores with their amateur partners. The low amateurs receive merchandise gifts. Last year, the event attracted a total gallery of 15,000, accounting for gross gate receipts of more than $30,000. All of the profits went to charity. Headlinesr lure the fans from far and near. In golf, there are such names as Ben Hogan, Sam Snead and Jim Demaret. Byron Nelson even comes out of semi-retirement for this one. Crosby's Hollywood cronies turn out in force. Baseball, boxing and football luminaries also are Bing's guests. Ty Cobb usually -is present. Frank "Lefty" O'Doul, manager of the San Francisco Seals, and his pro partner. Bill Nary, won the "best ball" division last January. At the last tournament, Crosby was awarded the Golf Writers Association -of America plaque for "having done the most for golf in 1949. It was a deserved tribute. White Sox Prexy Backs Chandler Chicago, Dec. 18 UP) Baseball Commissioner A. B. Chandler had a new ally today Mrs. Grace Comiskey, president of the Chicago White Sox. Mrs. Comiskey said the White Sox would back up Chandler's retention in any new vote on the matter. Her son, Chuck Comiskey, reportedly was one of seven club executives who voted to oust the commissioner in the secret St. Petersburg meeting last Monday. Mrs. Comiskey is tapping her foot, waiting for her son to return from Florida to do some explaining. He is motoring home and is expected to arrive later today. The widow of the late J. Louis Comiskey, son of the club's founder, Charles A. Comiskey, said the Chandler episode was "crudely handled" and without "any advance knowledge by me." "I did not approve of it from the moment I heard of what had taken place," she said. "I haven't been consulted so didn't even know that such a move was afoot. I believe it should have been taken up with me and I will have a nice talk with Chuck when he returns, and also with Frank Lane (White Sox general manager)." Panthers Travel To Montezuma This Afternoon Holy Cross Panther varsity and lightweights take to the road today for afternoon games against Montezuma. The local teams, which are in their last games until January 5, toppled Montezuma here last week. The varsitv score was 63-23 and the lightweight score, 32-20. January 5, Coach Frank Gallagher's charges return to action against the hosting Half Moon Bay. Ahdy9s Meet Vet Cugers Tonight Two of the recreation depart ment's unbeaten basketball teams, VFW Post 8687 and Andy's Auto Supply, clash tonight in the open ing game at Turner gym. In quest ot tneir tnira win, san-ta Cruz Jayvees meet the Santa Cruz Cement in the second contest. Naval Reserve plays the 20-30 Club Wednesday night, with Levi Ramblers and Santa Cruz Lumber in the feature spot. WILDCATS OPEN PRACTICES Lexington, Ky., Dec, 18 (JP) The Kentucky football squad moves to Mobile, Ala., today to begin working in earnest for its Sugar Bowl date January l against Oklahoma, the country's top rate grid club. Coach Paul Bryant said the week of drills in the warmer Alabama climate were planned "so we can stay in shape." BUY U. S. SAVINGS BONDS WE HAVE A STANDARP tuayic uieu TO MEASURE UP TO THAT WE TRV 5 loot in-atm-to. w j i Ulll I Fieiri?peruiw Automatic Washer II O DUir Radio Our service department W equipped to handle major repairs. Ow repairmen are factory trained. CALL. I 11 a I f I I I I I 1 V ( East Side Home Appliance 1138 Soqvel Ave. Phone 5620 ITTTTTJ 1 rtrtu I Blue 'n Gold Wins Overtime Battle Peoria. 111., Dec. 18 (JP) Don Barksdale and Mike O'Neil paced the Oakland, Calif., Blue 'N Gold over the Peoria Caterpillars 57-53 in an overtime basketball game last night. Barksdale took scoring honors with 18 points. O'Neil's basket tied the score 51-51 at the end of regulation time and he fired in the deciding basket in the overtime. Helicopter Collides With Auto Bethesda, Md., Dec. 18 UP) A new hazard a helicopter was added to the perils of motoring yesterday. One of the windmill type aircraft containing a father and his three young sons was attempting to make a forced landing on a suburban street when it collided with an automombile containing ten per sons. Occupants of the car escaped injury but the pilot of the helicopte'r, Alfred Bridgford, 30, of Rockville, Md. suffered a back injury. His four-year-old son, Kimball, received cuts on the head and face and sustained a concussion. Three-year old Jonathan Bridgford was bruised, but was held overnight for hospital observation. Six-year-old Clifford was bruised slightly. Bridgford, an employe of the Aircraft Supply Corporation of Washington, told police he was attempting to make a forced landing on Bradley Boulevard, in the 8800 block, when the mishap occurred. WAREHOUSE WORKER WINS BOWLING TITLE Chicago, Dec. 18 &) Dick Hoover, husky 21-year-old warehouse worker registering from Cleveland, fired a sensational 876 in his final four games to win the national individual match game bowling title last night. He edged out Detroit's Lee Jouglard 305.29 Peterson points to 304.07. The Labrador retriever is usually black, with occasionally a white spot on the chest- In Israel, every able bodied male up to 50 and every unmarried childless woman up to 34 has to serve 24 days a year in the army reserves. It is estimated that about 15 per cent of U. S- pupils still attend one-room schools. NOTICE OF TIME APPOINTED FOR PROVING WILL, AND HEARING APPLICATION FOR LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION WITH THE WILL ANNEXED. No. 12.241 In the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of Santa Cruz. In the Matter of the Estate of C. FRED RENZ. Deceased. Notice is hereby given that a petition for the probate of the wUl of C. Fred Renz, deceased, and for the Issuance to petitioner WALTER R. BET-TENCOURT. Public Administrator of the County of Santa Cruz. State of California, of letters of administration with the wUl annexed has been filed in this court, and that Friday. December 22nd, 1950. at 10 o'clock A-M. of said day, and the courtroom of said court, in the courthouse, in the city of Santa Cruz. County of Santa Cruz, State of California, have been fixed as the time and place for the hearing of said petition, when and where all persons interested may appear and contest the same and show cause why said petition should not be granted. Dated: December 7th, 1950. H. E. MILLER. Clerk. By Mathilda Rossi, Deputy Clerk. JAMES J. SCOPPETTONE, Attorney for Petitioner, Santa Cruz. California. Dec. 8 to 19 Average house lighting circuits function satisfactorily on 15-am- pere luses, wnne circuits working appliances may require 20-amperes. BRAKES ADJUSTED WHILE YOU WAIT "We Sell Safety" 4 Wheel Hydraulic $1.50 This pries includes: Remove front wheels Inspect lining Clean out dirt Check wheel bearings Check Master Cylinder Road test Emergency Brake and Fluid Extra Official Brake Station No. 3296 Official LiRht Station So 2102 644 Ocean St Phone 6070 l umm akfs l USED CAR MART 1215 Water St., Santa Cruz Ph. 1344 Best Selection of Used Cars in Santa Cruz . . Crosleys to , Cadillacs. 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