Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 29, 1964 · Page 8
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Redlands, California
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Saturday, February 29, 1964
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BEN CASEY By NEAL ADAMS I THINK I CAN, SAUy. BUT irs SOM£**rHING YOU SHOULD MAKE EVERy EFFORT TO RID HIM OF. SHORT KIES By FRANK O'NEAL I UNDERS1WJD YOU'VE GONE NT01H£ <_UfiC110N BU9NSS. \F AWOKE OY/S"ibU ucf&f VOU CANY 0Dli£Cf, OUSTtURNl IT OVER 10 ME AND FORTES REKEyriLueerrrFDRYcu. SURE. AROUND .HERE I'M KNOWN AS IMS FASTEST DUN IN1H6 WEST. DAN FLAGG By DON SHERWOOD AND TO EMPHASIZE HE? POINT IR1NA — OlOVA COOLIY AND DELIBERATELY COCKS BACK THE HAMMER OF THE GUN... MORTY MEEKLE By DICK CAVALLI WOU BCNS STOP THAT FIGHTING „' DO YOU HEAR MS? 6TOP. RGHTINS THie MINUTE" ALLEY OOP By V. T. HAMLIN OH, YES... LISTEN! . I THINK WE'RE RIGHT, ) SOMEWHERE NEAR A SHORE: FRISCILLA'S POP By AL VERMEER KTHIS IMPULSE-BUYIN& HAS GONE TOO FAR! CAPTAIN EASY By LESLIE TURNER THAT'S X AT LEAST IT* GRMiTUPE! \ COMFORTIM 1 TO NOW IM TOO ) KNOW EASV 15 EXHAUSTED TO WORK! OUR BOARDING HOUSE with 3IAJOR HOOPLE OUT OUR WAY J. R. WHJLLAMS t-J9 twti*4> WT.twtlMC* Red lands Daily Facts] 8—Saturday, Feb. 29, 1964 OUR ANCESTORS by Quincy TELEVISION IN REVIEW By RICK DU Bfifow By VERNON SCOTT UPI Hollywood Correspondent HOLLYWOOD (UPI) — If movie moguls are still wondering why television has siphoned off their audiences, they should have tuned into the "Bob Hope Chrysler Theater" Friday night It amounted to an abbreviated "A" movie all by itself. For openers it had a Budd Schulberg story titled "The Meal Ticket." The cast was 100 per cent bonafide movie stars: Cliff Robertson, Janice Rule and Broderick Crawford. Add to this the fact that it was beamed in color (NBC-TV) and told an absorbing story, and was free of charge, and the movie moguls have their answer. Goes First Class A decade or two ago, scores of movies were made for less money with no stars and almost no story at all. But the Hope anthology show goes first cabin. Its producers spend money for production values that lend impact to the story they are telling. "The Meal Ticket" is the story of a washed-up fighter (Robertson) who returns to his family 10 years after disgracing himself in a championship fight. He discovers his ambitious father is grooming a younger broth cr for the same kind of tragedy. Sehulberg's story hangs together well as the older son fails to convince the father (Crawford) to let the kid off the hook. He is aided by the father's mistress, played by Miss Rule. Director Stuart Rosenberg handled the key scenes smoothly. His boxing sequences provided a far better show than the Liston-Clay fiasco earlier this week. Match For Movies While "The Meal Ticket" may never win an emmy, neither would it have to apologize to 90 per cent of the moves playing around the country. Perhaps it even proved a point. Fast-paced, well-told television plays with top-flight casts are more than a match for movies. An hour earlier, on CBS television's short - order history course, "Great Adventure," spent 60 minutes telling the story of Dr. Benjamin Waterhouse, the physician who introduced smallpox vaccine in the United States in 1800. Titled "Plague," the capsule story was informative, if somewhat artlessly told and freewheeling with historical fact. It was filled with many of the Classified 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 S1.00 S1.32 12.40 "This new Leap Year style dating is fun! We should do "rt every year!" 3 Lines. 4 Lines— 5 Lines._ 6 Lines.... 7 Lines™ S Lines.„ 9 Lines 10 Lines. , 1.00 , 1.00 . 1.25 , 1.50 1.75 2.00 1.93 2.64 3.30 3.96 4.62 5.28 5.94 6.60 3.60 4.80 600 7.20 8.40 9.60 10.80 12.00 53.50 2.50 Per Month by the line Commercial Rates on Request CLASSIFICATION INDEX Lost and FouncL Personals ... Special Notices Employment Wanted Help Wanted Schools - Instructions Nurseries - Day Schools Room and Board For Rent . Wanted to Rent Bargain Spot Business Sen.-ices Musical Instruments Real Estate i^oans Money to Loan Money Wanted . Mortgages - Trust Deeds Business Opportunities — Income Property Beach - Mountain Industrial Property _____ Lots and Acreage Real Estate Exchanges. Groves and Ranches Basic Seamanship to be offered at Yucaipa school The Yucaipa Adult Education School will offer a free course in basic seamanship which will begin next Monday, March 2 in Room 35, on the Yucaipa High School Campus, from " to 10 p.m. This nine-week class is of fered in cooperation with the U. S. Coast Guard Auxiliary and is designed to meet the needs of the small boat owner in better enabling him to safely operate his craft. The course will include instructions in seamanship, rules of the road, aids to navigation, equipment requirements, navigation and piloting, and safety precautions. A Coast Guard certificate for basic seamanship is offered upon satisfactory completion of this course. Wilfred Patterson, who is the inspector examiner for the eleventh Naval District, Division 8, and who is also the training officer for Flotilla 84, Salton Sea, will teach this class. This class will lead to entrance into the Coast Guard Auxiliary, if the student so desires. NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETI- 1 Automotivi Real Estate Wanted... Commercial Property Houses for Sale Mobile Homes - Trailers i Trucks - Trailers cliches once seen in historical movies. One more thing. Robert Cummings, type-cast for years on television as a bumbling comedian, played the role of Dr. Wat- crhouse — with a beard yet. He was surprisingly good. TION FOR PROBATE OF WILL AND OR LETTERS TESTAMENTARY No. 33387 In the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of San Bernardino. In the Matter of the Estate of ALBERT F. AUSTIN. Deceased. Notice is hereby gn-en that the petition of Albert F. Austin. Jr.. for the Probate of Will of Albert F. Austin, the above named decedent, and for the issuance of Letters Testamentary thereon to Albert F. Austin. Jr.. petitioner, reference to which is hereby made for further particulars, will be heard at 9:30 o'clock a.m.. on March 6. 1964. in the court room of the Probate Department. Room 303 of the above entitled Court at the courthouse in the City of San Bernardino in the above designated county and state. Dated February 21. 1964. V. DENNIS WARDLE. Clerk. By Edith Campbell. Deputy Clerk. RUSSELL GOODWIN. Attorney for Petitioner. t First publication Feb. 22, 19611 Imported Cars . 1 . 2 . 3 . 4 . 6 . 7 . H . 9 . 10 . 13 . IS 22 '. 26 . 40 . 41 . 42 43 . 44 . 47 . 48 . 4D 50 51 32 S3 34 55 __ 5S 59 ._ 60 -60A 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 incorrect insertion. ABBREVIATIONS Readable and understandable ads promote greater results. The use of any except standard abbreviations in Classified Advertisements is false economy, therefore only Standard Abbreviations arc authorized. NOTICE OF HEARING ON* PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL AND FOR LETTERS TESTAMENTARY* No. 33334 In the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of San Bernardino. In the Matter of the Estate of MAUDE B. MOREHEAD. Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the petition of Thelma D. Ferguson for the Probate of Will of Maude B. Morehead. the above named decedent, and for the issuance of Letters Testamentary thereon to Thelma D. Ferguson, petitioner, reference to which is hereby made for further particulars, will be heard at S:30 o'clock a.m.. on Friday. March 6,, 1964, in the court room of the Pro-! bate Department. Room 308 of the above entitled Court at the court' house in the City of San Bernardino in the above designated county and state. Dated February 20. 1964. V. DENNIS WARDLE, Clerk. By Edith Campbell. Deputy Clerk. F. A. LEONARD. Suite 6. Investment BIdg.. Redlands, California, Attorney for Petitioner. (First publication Feb. 22. 1964 DEADLINES Private party ads — 4:30 p.m. day preceding publication. Commercial Ads — 3 p.m. day preceding publication. PHONE 793-3221 Daily 8:00 a.m. to 5 p.m. 8:00 a.m. to T2 Noon Saturday Trading Stamp Directory S. & H. Green Stamps THE HARRIS CO. 17 E. State Phone 7S3-236S 1 Lost and Found LOST — Black Dachshund, vicinity Yucaipa Blvd.. Freeway. 793-5706. SIDE GLANCES By Gill Fox 1 '** >""«• V tf. W US r„ of "Daddy, Ken has decided you're right about his car being too noisy ... so can we borrow yours?" 3 Special Notices WANTED — Set of left-handed women's golf clubs. 792-7319. 4 Employment Wanted COMPANION to elderly lady. Call J792-8777. GARDENER, caretaker. Experienced* Mitchell. TU 5-0468 after 5 p.m. CARPENTER work, repairs or remodeling, by hour. 793-4016. GARDENING, rototilling. new lawns. lawn service 796-0922. CARPENTER, cabinet maker, srnilfal- terations. repairs. Watkins. 797-0596. CARPENTER, cabinet work, remodel. paint, by hour. Tony Smit. 792-1113. PAINTING — A-l workmanship, reasonable. "Bob'' DeWitt. 793-3722. PLASTERING, patching, additions, accoustical ceilings. No job too small. Quality work. Licensed and insured. Call 792-3374. LADY would like to live in with other lady in exchange for light housework. Good references. 792-2311 or 793-1633. TIZZY By Kate Osann ORDER TO SHOW CAL'SE No. 1104S7 Superior Court of the State of Cali fornia. for the County of San Bernardino. In the Matter of the Application of ANDREW ZAMBORSKY and PATSY ALICE ZAMBORSKY for leave to change their names to ANDREW Z. JAMES and PATSY ALICE JAMES. Andrew Zamborsky and Pat>y Alice Zamborsky having filed their petition in the above-entitled matter, for permission to change the..., names to Andrew Z. James and Patsy; YOUNG man for permanent produc- Alice James. I tion work. Call 797-1029. IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that all j WANTED — Female cook for night persons interested in said matter ap-! work. Apply in person at Winn's pear before this Court in Department] Fountain, corner Colton & Orange. VI thereof in the Court House. San; HOUSEKEEPER - companion - for - eld- Bcrnardmo. California, on March 30. 1 C rly lady. Live in, light duties. 1964. at the hour of 9:30 a.m.. andi 79*>-5823 then and there show cause if anytEXPERIENCED part-time waitress there may bo why said application wanted . Must work Sundays. Phone for change of names should not be| 797-1026 gr iT tC is FURTHER ORDERED that ^J 1 ^^ 1 " 5 ^ machin - st .between a copy of this order be published,' ^ and 38 experience in weld- in the Redlands Daily Facts once B 6 Help Wanted week for four successive weeks and that said publication be completed prior to the hearing of this order. Dated February 14. 1964. CARL B. HILLIARD, Judge of the Superior Court. CHARLES A. BIER3CHBACH, Attorney at Law. 12 *3 West State Street, Redlands. California, Telephone: 792-2172. Attorney for Petitioners. 792-4611 USE THE FACTS FAST ACTION "CLASSIFIED" CALL 793-3221 in? and painting. 112 First St. YOUNG woman lor part-time sales in menswear store. Give age. background, and experience in letter to Box 28. Facts office. WANTED — Capable couple to manage 37 brand new luxurious units in Redlands. Top pay for top skills. Call 213-Ax 3-0142 to arrange in- teryjew. WATER PRODUCTION OPERATOR I 1 year experience as operator in modern water pumping plant, using horizantal. split-case centrifugal and vertical turbine pump and knowledge of electrical circuits. Salary S331 to S476. excellent benefits, permanent position. Apply personnel office City Hall before 5:00 p.m.. March 11. 7 Schools - Instructions TUTOR in French or Russian. Don van Eman. M.A. 'Harvard* 796-6201. PRIVATE tutoring, your home, elementary grades. Capable, experienced, sympathetic. 796-9320. 9 Room and Board ONI! nicely furnished bedroom for man. Board if desired. 523 Roosevelt Rd. 793-3441. HOME atmosphere and cooking^ Couples or singles. 792-2416; HOTEL CASA DEL REY Retirement hotel for senior citizens, home cooking, friendly atmosphere. 302 Nordina St.. Redlands. 792-9068. Variety Bit Answer to Previous Puzzle ACROSS 6 Missive 1WagCr I___ FrJ 4 Nat or Old Kin. • , 8 Go by sea *™ J*™ 1 "*» 12Bcfore 13Shoshoncan 17 .. i_FideIcs" Indians 19 Acquire 14 Measure of land knovv _ e d S e la Be sick 23 Remains ia 16f.oughts-and- readiness crosses (var.) 2 4 Detest ISPutbackin 25 Prayer ending „„?. f *, i . ce „• • i 26 Feminine 20 College officials appellation "Well, at least! won't lie awake dreaming;, about the exciting; date I had!" 21 Through 22 Female sheep 24 Ditch 26 Ages 27 Mineral spring 50 Nonmoral 32 Style of type 34 Net game 35 Holding right 36 Mariner's direction 37 Eden and Churchill 39 Row 40 Entreaty 41 Thus (Latin* 42 Kind of thread 45 Investigators 49 Arouse with passions 51 Tiny 52 Petty quarrel 53 Feminine suffix 54 Girl's name 55 Weary 56 Erect 57SU11 DOWN 1 Bruin 2 Great Lake 3 Bell's device 4 More attractive Ira (coll.) 5 Auditory 29 Genus of maples 31 Bridal paths 27 AYtificial water 33 Caper channel 23 Funeral pile (ref. sp.) 33 Unkeeled 40 Lamina 41 More rational HEMS 42 Roster 43 Kaffir warrior 44 Mast 46 Roster 47 Interpret 48 Chair 50 Weight of India

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