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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 14

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SHORT RIBS By FRANK O'NEAL J WHY, HE GOT SO, \ ^1 DAN FLAGG By DON SHERWOOD IN THE JUNSLE AHEAP, A HUNGEy JAGUAR STEALTHILY SEARCHES FDR A LIKELY MEAL... MORTY MEEKI.E By DICK CAVALLI iNeUB /ERBEEU'EO INSUUED IN AW LIFE.' ALLEY OOP By V. T. HAMLIN 'J, I GOT IT.' L, X ^ AT LAST I KNCW WHYOOOLA. GOT MAP ABOUT THAT LEMIAN GIRL! I DUNNO WHY I COULPNT HAVE ,.. THOUGHT OF COURSE.'.' I IT BEFORE. PRISCILLA'S POF By AL VERMEER i-n CAPTAIN EAS\ By LESLIE TLRNER WOT A RELIEF'. / YES,I«PEEK TH1&"CHARLEY THAT I TH' HUKSE SAY* I HE SEEMED SO EAGER FOR "toll IB IF THERE ARE NO VcONTACT—1& HE THE FRIEND EASYJ IMT6RMAL WJURIES,//I_ WAS TO MEET HERS? EASY WILL PULL THRU OKAYJ THE- ONE WK05E \ NO. THAT WAS LETTER SOU FOUND 1WAS PATAKEY-. OUR BOARDING HOUSE witta MA«OB HOOPLK OUT 01 IE WA¥ J. R. WILLIAMS .GREAT „^ , BARREL. IS MORS ASKEW JTHAtJ X FEAITED.' t/A AFRAID THE; UGS OfTHEr [UEAL 0?AFTS [MAM \6\iBLl. gEHlMOOS/, LOOK, CHUM." A GUV VJITR AW £VE-Llr<e^30KS SHOULD -STICK:-tbWATER PISTOLS IN tUE OPEN COUNTRY/TrleSE WEKE IH^PECTeo TU\S AV3RrJlNG -"-ARE YOU FOR THE LA^ORDOI CALL. A cop 14 - Friday, Jan. 24, 1964 Red/onds Doi/y Facts IN HOLLYWOOD Shelley laments "Old" Hollywood By Erskine Johnson like. The answer is right on top of I the question. Winters wide-eyed thcl " F l rs £ shc sa >' s .' " yo " S° *° HOLLYWOOD — "It's I*m in a foreign country." Classified Ads CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum 2 lines. 5 average words to the line. 32 letters and spaces. Do not abbreviate. 1 Time 3 Times 6 Times 2 Lines „ Lines™ 4 Line*... Lines.. b Lines. 7 Lines. 3 Line:. 9 Lines 10 Lines Per Month $1.00 1 oo 1.00 1.25 1.30 „ 1.1 :.oo 2.50 by Commercial Rates on Request CLASSIFICATION INDEX ,ost and Found — Personals Special Notices _ Employment Wanted — Help Wanted Schools - Instructions — Nurseries - Day Schools Room and Board for Rent . Shelley words aboui inc movie siunio :Thcn V0( , announcc to , he preSf !where she queened it up in the;that acting is a miserable pro I late '40s. ;fcssion in which you are working I It was Universal Studio therr on, - v because you need the mon I— home of the "B" movies and c - v t0 P a >' >'° ur analyst." 'the shaky "As." Now it is Re-; vuc-Universal. Revue cans en-i " Two is the Number" is the tertainment for television andi tlt,e of thc television show she's dominates the lot. A skvscraperj doin S {or the Hope series. office building is rising where! "I play a girl who puts an ad- Dracula once walked to lunch;vertisement in a lonely hearts|Musical instruments — and where Shelley Winters!column." she says. "Maybe I once posed for slinky pin-up pho-i snould nave done that a lon S tos . time ago for real." T L„„ • ,L „ .,„_ „, „„_„„J She says she's embarrassed There is the hum of cameras' i,„„, ,,. ' . , _ . . i • • i about the monev. Zdl -WpS ^^I^-? ,5T t. h °: t"- haP " - " e <* ui ^ * »!SS- saLry" £T£££ Maybe I didn't listen to my agent. I don't do a lot of television, just panel shows that get me into trouble." $1.32 1.98 2.64 3.30 3.96 4.62 528 5 94 6.6C the line J2.40 3.60 4 30 600 7.20 8.40 9.60 lOtKl 12.0C $3 30 W anted to Rent— , Bargain Spot i Business Services Real Estate Money to Loan Money Wanted } Mortgages - Trust Deeds Business Opportunities „ Income Property 3each - Mountain film footag feature movies a year. Shelley had just jetted in from New York to star in one of the Bob Hope-hosted television dramatic shows. It was like a homecoming for her. Universal! launched her career with Ron-j aid Colman in "A Double Life," a movie she likes to remember. Industrial Property Lots and Acreage Real Estate Exchanges— Groves and Ranches Real Estate Wanted Commercial Property — Houses for Sale Mobile Homes - Trailers . Trucks - Trailers Automotive Imported Cars — I 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 10 13 15 22 26 40 41 42 43 44 47 48 49 50 _ 51 _ 52 _ 53 _ 54 _ 55 ._ 58 ._ 59 _ 60 ..60A 10 For Rent A — APARTMENTS " THERMOSTAT, air condftiohed.—1 bedroom, downstairs. $65. 4jj 'w Olive. 3 ROOM, newly decorated. Water paid. 108 W. Olive. 793-4826 or 793-1569. LARGE 2 bedroom, furnished. ALL utilities paid. S65. Quiet p^rk like setting near hospital. Adults. 793-1237. BACHELOR apartment. furnished. 252 Sonora. S35 per month. Elderly person preferred. Phone 792-4H79 after 5 p.m. RED LANDS TOWN' HOUSE Modern, most desirable. 2 bedroom upper. Ideal location, walking distance town, shopping. Available. Feb. 1. 793-4481. 2 AND 3 room furnished apartments" S50 up per month, weekly rates. Swimming pool. Shady trailer space. $20 up. Mission Mo'.el & Trailer Park. Hiway 99. 3 miles west of Redland.- FURNISHED or unfurnished~attfaiS live 1 bedroom unit in spacious court. Carport, storage, laundry facilities, pool, play area. Durrell, Unit D. 924 E. Central. 793-57115 NEW, unfurnished. 2 bedroom triplex. Cooling, built-in range, disposal. Private patio, pullman bath. S90 a month. See Manager, Apt. C. 745 E. Brockton. 792-5755. FURNISHED APARTMENTS, -eekly rates, $15 and up. monthly rates. $50 and up. utilities included. Children welcome. 792-7535. 1122 West Palm. Apt. 3. She reported no trouble, however, during thc filming of a big movie, "A Time of Indifference." in Italy a few months ago. There was an explosive Later shc was hailed as a sex-j cas t — Shellev. Rod Steigcr, pot at Universal in such filmsjpaulcttc Goddard and Claudia as "Playgirl" and "South Sea Sinner," movies she would rather forget. All were made long before shc won an Oscar for her acting performance in "The Diary of Anne Frank." That was the film which changed Shelley Winters' rating from sexpot to actress. "I miss thc Hollywood that was." shc admits. "But how could it ever be the same without Errol Flynn?" With eyes blinking, shc changes her mood, laughing: "Do you know how to become a star today?" Cardinale. "I loved everybody," she said. "I even fooled those prowling Italian photographers. I had an apartment with windows that didn't face a roof." An earlier film, "The Balcony," is still ringing box office bells and shc has a percentage of thc profits. "But I don't understand movie bookkeeping," she said. "My last statement made me suspicious. They said it cost S10.000 to move the print from one theater to another five blocks away. How about that?" Hollywood has changed, b u t Shelley Winters hasn't, really. CANCELLATION Cancellations of private party ad may be made until 9 a.m. the day of publication. If made after 9 a .i cancellation will be made for the following day. Each ad placed must be published one time or there will be a type setting cost of S1.0O. ERRORS Where an error is made on the part of the Redlands Daily Facts, and the Facts is notified by 9 a.m. day following first insertion, correction will be made and the ad will be run properly one additional day. The Redlands Daily Facts will not be responsible for more than one in correct insertion. ABBREVIATIONS Readable and understandable ad promote greater results. The use of any except standard abbreviations in Classified Advertisements is false economy, therefore only Standard Abbreviations are authorized. DEADLINES Private party ads — 4:30 p.m. day preceding publication. Commercial Ads — 3 p.m. day preceding publication. TELEVISION IN REVIEW By RICK DU BROW HOLLYWOOD (UPD—There is incredible information from New York that the producers of television's best new drama series, "East Side-West Side," are being forced to sweat out renewal negotiations for next season. It is entirely possible that this implied threat of cancellation is merely business strategy by the CBS network to avoid paying the series more in the coming year. Our rock-solid informants suggest there may also be reasons of simple high- echelon maneuvering. Perhaps the series will get, in the next week or so, the renewal that had become expected. Though this program, which stars George F. Scott as a social worker, has dealt with controversial subjects, it is topping its competition in the ratings and has a reasonable supply of sponsors. Still, all the rational reasons for renewing "East Side-West Side" are secondary at this point They have been known for a long time—and the mere fact that those who go to such lengths to create such an honest project must be subjected to such humiliation, after helping to give network television what little dignity it has, is really the issue. For the network viewer who has watched serious drama shrivel up and die this season, with the exception of occasional shows such] as "East Side-West Side," this) humiliation is a cause to rebel. Where, after all, is network drama? What has happened to it? Where are the occasional programs bearable? Besides NBC-TV's "Hall of Fame,' there is no steady outlet. The networks claim record profits every time we turn around, yet they exclaim that specials cost too much. It took months to finally get "Hedda Gabler to the air last fall, and now we are still awaiting some other projects that have been long announced but dropped out of sight. Thus, we now have to rely, sadly, on the often inadequate weekly series for anything unusual. An offbeat or controversial episode will pop up, as in recent months, on a "Mr. Novak," (racial problems, anti- Semitism) or a "Dr. Kildare" (funeral costs) or even on "Bonanza." But most such series are not equipped to deal with serious subjects as maturely as programs like "East Side-West Side" or "The Defenders." both of which CBS should be proud to telecast. In many ways, "East Wide West Side" is the best of all because it concentrates on good story-telling that could usually stand up even with the "mes sage" given a secondary role. Inevitably, even "The Defenders" adheres more strictly to its format, with emphasis mostly on principles rather than hu mans and striking portrayals. 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. 17 E. State Phone 793-2366 2 Personals University Royale New 2 & 3 bedroom Apartments Large private patios, air conditioning, central heating, carpet, drapes, private storage & carports. BuiU-ia kitchen. Children welcome. From $120 month. 201 Judson Street. MODEL-APARTMENT A NICER New 2 Bedroom Apartment Carpeted, refrigerator, stove, washer, dryer. Pool. Private patio. Unfurnished. $140 month. DESHLER'S, Realtor 1263-A Brookside 793-2439 Terrace Gardens Apartments Live in luxury around heated pool in spacious one story 2 bedroom apartments. Sliding pta5s doors from kitchen and bedroom lead to large fenced, private patios. Many extras. $125 month. Mgr. No. 3 793-1193 142 THE TERRACE, Redlands Plantation House Apartments • 2 BEDROOMS + Carpeting + Drapes + Refrigerator + Range + Refrigerative Cooling + Patio + Recreation Room "The Finest in Apartment Living" 550 W. State Manager. Apt. 12 WANTED Sympathetic, understanding parents to become licensed foster parents and care for children. The greatest need is for foster parents to care for children 10 to 15 years of age or infants. Board, room, clothing and medical care of the children are provided by the County Wei fare Department. Interested parents are urged to contact the Foster Home Licensing Unit of the County Welfare Department at Turner 4-1211, Ext. 283, 670 E. Gilbert Street, San Bernardino. 4 Employment Wanted CARPENTER, cabinet work, remodel, paint, by hour. Tony Smit. 792-4907. TREES removed, topped. Free hauling. Free estimates. 792-3076. CARPENTER work, repairs or remodeling, by hour. 793-4016. GARDENING, rototilling, new lawns, lawn service. 796-0922. CARPENTER, cabinet maker, small alterations. repairs. Watkins. 797-0596. Aid to schools WASHINGTON (UPD—Presi dent Johnson will propose federal aid for both public and parochial schools in depressed dramatic specials, outside a sc-| area s as part of his "war on rics, that make the rest of the I poverty," it was learned today. Old New York Answer to Previous Pintle ACROSS 1 Avenue 5 of "The New Yorker" 9 Weird 10 Miss Blandish 12 Marshal 13 Special typo 15 Common New York theatre sign 16 Ruse 18 Plaything 19 In this place 20 City in India 21 North country (poet.) 24 Greek god 25 Consume 26 Fen 27 Central station 30 Human race 31 Native of. Latvia 32 Dauntless 36 Winglike part 37 Sailing . 38 Beverage 40 Drive 43 Needle (comb, form) 44 Ejector 45 Mongol .47 Organic salts 48 Playground 49 Cast off 50 Fasting period DOWN 1 Outer stairway 2 Water-course 3 Narrow inlet 4 Islands ott Florida 5 Delay 6 Speak eloquently 7 Biblical word 8 Snicker 9 River 10 Enticing' 11 Resembling (comb, form) 14 Shatter 17 Demonstrative pronoun 22 Lease 23 Youth 24 Mr. Grey 26 Mr. Ott 27 Bright light 28 Repeat experience 29 Throwback 30 Early Saxon drink 32 Classify 33 Fish traps 34 Island 35 Cutting line 37 Russian cooperative 33 Emanation 41 External (comb, form) 42 And others (ab.) 46 Measure of land r- 3— 5™ 5~ t 3 9 10 " 1 i 13 14 15 P 7 la 21 22 a 28 29 _• I 30 31 33 14 35 36 I" r (6 (1 14 15 i4 r id s« WOMAN desires work as companion- housckeeper for elderly lady. Kef- erences. 792-1880. PLASTERING: custom nomes, additions. Accoustic ceilings over old and new. Quality work, licensed _ a "d insured. Call 792-3374. SECRETARY desires position with progressive concern. Proficient- grammar, shorthand, typing. Part- time, full-time. Reply Box 43, Facts; office. Cypress Terrace Apartment Homes l & 2 bedrooms with 1 & 2 baths. Private balcony or patio. Forced* air heat. Dishwasher. Air conditioned. Built-in range, oven. Fully draped, carpeted. S135-S165 with lease reduction. Across from Sage's. 325 E. Cypress 793-5376 Balanced Power Apartments Julianna Apts. 50 N. Ash 1-2 bedroom, 1 bath . . . $123 NOW LEASING 30 N. Ash 19 Deluxe Units 5-1 Bedroom, 1 bath. 5-2 Bedrooms, 2 baths. 6-2 Bedroom. 1'ri bath Town House. 4> Heated pool. > Recreation room. 4> Carpeting, custom drapes. + Completely sound-proofed and insulated. + Built-in electric G.E. oven, range. # 15.000 BTU G.E. air conditioner. 4> Ceramic tile kitchen, bath. + Carports with storage area. 4> Free laundry facilities. • Forced air heating and cooling. CALL AT APARTMENT 4 or 792-6770 6 Helo Wanted WANTED—Experienced cook, middle- aged lady preferred. Apply in person only at Winn's fountain, 10 W. Colton. DOCTOR'S home needs housekeeper. 7-9 a.m. and 1-6 p.m. $1.25 per hour. References. Write Box 42, c/Q Facts Office. WOMAN for general office, SH3 daily. Must be accurate and neat typist. Phone 793-4802 for appointment. FEMALE HELP WANTED General office work. Accurate typing essential, some filing, no Bookkeeping. $300 per month. 7ii hours per day, 5 day week. State past experience and employment. Write P. O. Box 431. Redlands. "REAL ESTATE SALES Men or women for Tract sales. Commissions from $250. Contact Helen Foy, Manager. Home Sales. FOY & FOY. REALTORS 8 E. Citrus 793-2591 or 792-204: The Palmbrook One Story — New — Garden Apartment Homes Every convenience for gracious living in Redlands distinguished new apartment area. Secluded, but close in conveniences. Combined quality and space at moderate prices. Individual garden plots for the "green thumb." Pool, private patios, recreation lounge. Carpeted, drapes, sound-proofed, insulated, soft water. 1 and 2 bedrooms, 2 bath3. Adults. No pets. 950 PALMBROOK DRIVE (Near Ash and Brookside) Resident Mgr. Apt. 1 792-6928 9 Room and Board HOTEL CASA DEL REY Retirement hotel for senior citizens, home cooking, friendly atmosphere. 302 Nordina St., Redlands, 792-9063. 10 For Rent A —APARTMENTS 2 BEDROOM, unfurnished, built-ins. patio. Adults. S37.50. 792-6005. HILL CREST INN Economy rooms and apartments. 725 Orange. Utilities paid.. 793-5698. LIDO PALMS Apartments Cor. Tennessee & Pine (2 blocks north of Market Basket, turn north on San Mateo) Furnished or Unfurnished 1 bedroom $110 2 bed room—.* 135 2 bedroom, 1' 3 bath studio $153 Private patios or balconies. Insulated and soundproofed. Heated swimming pool. 1200 square ft. Recreation Room. Extra off street parking. WAITING LIST ONLY! Bachelor units _ $ 89 3 bedroom, 1°.'* baths $lb3 ALL UTILITIES PAID! Manager Apt. I 792-7016 You Are Invited To Our OPEN HOUSE PATIO PARTMENTS 920 Stillman East on Colton to Chapel St, turn right to Stillman, turn right. Saturday and Sunday—10-5 Come on over and let us show you what nice 2 BEDROOM APARTMENTS we have. Near U. of R., Sylvan Parle, and Schools A Perfect Location, a Perfect Place to Llv, See us at Apartment H Devel-A-con, Inc.

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