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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 10

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BEN CASEY By NEAL ADAMS 1 Q-Tucsday, Mar. 3, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts\ Q]]^ ANCESTORS tyQuincy. SHORT RIBS By FRANK O'NEAL I'LL WRITE AS SOOH ;6:!.e£rib VENUS. ZIP CODE. DAN FLAGG By DON SHERWOOD BIORTY IklEEKLE By DICK CAVALLI 1 DS'fflSiFmf ALLEY OOP By V, T. IL\JILIN -mEVGO? J PRISCILLA'S POP By AL \TRMEEK , IT'S NOT , 'MUCW OF A REPORT CARD, .LESTER! YOU'RE PRETTY LOW) IN ARITHMETIC ! r ^ ARITHMETIC! J YOUR OTWER •STUDIES ARE DOWN, TOO 1^1 .1 GUESS) . THAT < /'NICE BA<3EBALUV GUVS FELLOW J/IFIMISM WAS V VLASTV CAPTAIN EASY By LESLIE TURNER DAD'S STRIP MAy BE- READ BT MiaiOM5 „.BUr OWiyCCALISAM* 5B1D5 m CACDS EACH CHRISTMAS IM A FEMIWIME HAUPWOTIuei 'OMCE SHE EMCLOSeO ASNAPSrtOr OF 50MB ArmAcnVt MBBS .,.6Ur VpiPNTSAV WHICH OWggHEl riL ADMIT rVE "T SHE 15 M0T3 1 KCTURe HER gECOME CURI0U5 ASOUT HEK ,TD01 i$ 5ME /WECCEJJrmCl LiniE OtP LAD/ wrm vffE on HER HANP5- A5 A LDVHY, WJIHRJL. AMP PISCKIHIMATINS REAPER WHO saw C«a» TO EXPRESS HER APPREOATION OF TALENT! TO HER cARP5f HO^HEMEVERN mLi WOW THAT GET5 ATOUNP IrM IM HER TDWM,! >. TO TH056 /MEA« ID MAKE 5WE P1J>^^TH1MG&yLITTLE eESTUKEOF APPRECIATlOHl m FIRST rPUXEA-ER- GUMP5E OF HER.' I- IKi h KIA. W TM ll Ut >.t C OUR BOARDING HOUSE with JLAJOK HOOPLE OUT OUR WAY J. R. WILLIAJiS V£1L1N<S AW 61FT TO OUR CLUB,X (•jisHToews A e ;?;EFT3EDICATlo ^JX'•;;;;;^"" SPEECH -^AHEW—W.yFRlENDS,lNl y^.J^ •nJRMlNS BACkf THE PAGES OF /' " WSTOSY -EJ THE W *S <3F .AUClSfjr 1 eKEECe/IND AISWKOER GREAT VJS 6TAR.T • ^OUR VJlTH C0L0M6U5 THING J BRIEP 1 ABOUT/ ' WELL. LETS SEE-VOUK BOOK. £HC^V5 SIAM, EOT ITS THAILAJJD NOW.' AND IS rU6 FOR CHAP, eA3CM, EAHOMEV, A\AU RWAVJCA, IJPPEKVCLTA- OHOH.'WEPBSTTHRX I'Ll.eLSiiSS'&X 3EEAK THATU=' BE- \ SPASEZIBS FOCE THERE'S SLCOI?- £HED.' \WHS.vJ aSAU- FAW STAE-rES>TMAT STAMP CCLL=£TIC<J SO VEAe5AJC.1Hl3 15 £C^^ETHiM^3 HE CM.' time." But the movie they had just completed in Spain had a circus background, not golf. The title. "Circus World," left no arugment Nolan u-as quick to explain his definition of caddy. "Haven't you noticed." he , said as he grinned, "there's one I in every John Wayne movie. You could call him a hover boy, too, I guess. The scene starts JN HOLLYWOOD Wayne 's "Caddy?" meer Mr. Nolan By Erskine Jobnson HOLLY\VOOD — (NE.\) —,had part of his tongue in cheek "It was a great role for me." and, naturally, we had noticed Lloyd Nolan reflected. "I i this 'What arc you thinking?' played John Waj-ne's caddy, so {bit in years of John Waj-ne naturaUy I'm with him all the movies. The late Ward Bond made a career of doing the ask ing before television starred him in "Wagon Train." We also "aad noticed that once a brawl starts — and there are a variety of them in Wayne movies — Wayne needs no help. Everyone knows what he's thinking, and under his fists the heavies roU like ten pins. I Nolan, the veteran star, plays I circus owner John Wayne's business manager in the film. As far as he is concerned, "Cir with the big fellow standing, ™-'-^yg7 ,j;7thg there alone, thmkmg. NaturaUy . • the past look we don't know what he s thmK- ^..gre about ing. That's when the <^f^y< ^^^^^ ilsrs. standing just off camera takes ^ ^^^^^ Samuel Bron- the director's cue of 'Now. "He walks into the scene and up to Wayne and asks: "What are you thinking?" "Then Wa>-ne tells." We noticed that Mr. Nolan WATCH THE ROAD REDWOOD CITY. Calif. — (UPI) — Five persons suffered minor injuries in a three - car accident which highway patrolmen said was caused by a woman driver who glanced at a flock of birds at the side of the road. BESOHmoN OF INTENTION TO LEASE PROPEnxy No. 27 WHEREAS, the Governing Board of the Redlandj Unified School District of San Bernardino County owns certain propcrtr at 25 Weal l.ugm)a Avenue, in the City oC Redlands, State of California, known as Board Room, and WHEREAS, the Govemin/f Board finds tliat said property will not tw needed for school purposes on each Friday 1:00 p.m.-2:(» p.m., com. mencing March in, 3864. I NOW, THEREFORE. BE JT RE: SOLVED, that the Board declares its intention to lease said property at a rental of Five DoUars (W.OOi for each day the property is used, plus any additional custodial expense required. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the said lease shall be for the period commencing March 20. 1964, and terminating on June 30, 1964. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that not Ie .s5 than three I3t weeks from ; the date hereof, to-wit on the loth day of March. 1964, a public meet- inc of the GoverninK Board will be held at its regular place of meeting, 25 West Lugonia Avenue, Bedlands, California, at 7:30 p.m.. at which time and place proposals to lease said property will be received and considered in conformance with the provisions of Division 12, Chapter 2. .Article 2 of the California Education iCode. IN WITNESS of the passage of the foregoing resolution and order in the form and manner prescribed by law, we, the members of said Board, present and voting thereon have hereunto .fei our hands this 11th day ot Feb. 1964. CHARLES R. STULTZ, Clerk of said Governing Board. , •Except March 6, March 27. 19S4. _ and any date that would conHict' with school District's need. ston rUm made in Spain was directed by HoUj-wood's ace, Henry Hathaway. Rita Hayworth and Claudia Cardinale are costarred along with Wayne and Nolan. "It was really something," Nolan said. "For one sequence wc went to Barcelona and tip ped the whole circus over. "The story is about an Amer lican leasing a ship and taking his circus to Europe in 1910. When the ship arrives in port he invites 2,000 people to a free performance on the main deck. When a clown slips and falls overboard, all 2,000 rush to one side of the ship, which flips on its side, throwing people and animals into the water." The sequence was filmed in December, at night, and Nolan was slated to join Wayne in the ice water of Barcelona harbor. "I had a 4 a.m. call, but when I arrived an assistant director said, 'You don't really have to go in unless you want to. We have a stunt man double for J'OU.' "I took one look at the black water and said. "This time my [double can ask John Wayne what he's thinking. I'm going back to bed.' ".•\nd that's where I went." Short Takes: Maurice Cheva lier, 75, has a five-year plan of movies which will take him through his 80th birthday . . As a Broadway play three years ago, "Send Me No Flowers" used only one seL For the film version there are 34. . . . Four Los Angeles singing gals, in knee-high boots, are billing themselves as The Booties distaff version of those Beatles. "We're outside the fegal three-mile Hmit, Cap'n Kidd—' can the men play poker for money now?" TELEVISION IN REVIEW By KICK DD BROW SIDE GLANCES By Gill Fox 'Let me take you away from all this, Phyllis. Marry me and I'll find you a better job!" TIZZY By Kate Osann "Eddie has a right to be conce'rted. He's taking ME to the proml" HOLLYWOOD (UPI) — Harry Truman turns up on Steve Allen's syndicated show Wednesday night in a brief filmed interview, and the whole program may well be something of a smasher for the comedian. Other guests include Johimy Carson, who is Allen's nightly competition on NBC-TV's "Tonight" show; Oscar-winning actor Ed Begley, who is a lively sort, and singer Delia Reese. Originally, Lenny Bruce, the comedian who uses very explicit words in his nightclub act, was also announced as a guest- but his appearance has been delayed, which may cause some sensitive Democrats to heave a sigh of relief. Allen's chat with the former President took place in the Truman Library in Independence, Mo., and here are some of the exchanges, according to the show's official transcript: Allen: Do you feel that the problems the president faces today—whoever he might be — are in any way more technically complicated than they were during your own tenure of office? Truman: The only complications that they have is a greater population and more things to do. It's been just that way since the first presidency was set up, ever since George Washington ran it. Allen: That's true. But there are a greater number of states —112—which we're doing business with at the present time. Truman: That doesn't make any difference. It's not any harder to do with 112 than it was with 12. Allen: I suppose it depends on who the man is. Truman: No it doesn't. It depends on what he thinks. Allen: ... Do you plan to take a very active part in the campaign? Truinan: It's np to President Johnson. If he thinks I can help him I'll be glad to do it. I don't want to stick my nose in unless the President of the United States decides it would NOTICE or I.NTENTION TO E.VG.AGE I.V THE SAfcE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES To W'hom It May Concern:. Subject to issuance of the license applied for. notice Is hereby given that the undersigned proposes to sell alcoholic beverages at tbe premises, described as follows: 32407 DUnlap Blvd., Yucaipa (OUT) Pursuant to such intention, the undersigned is applying to the Department pf Alcoholic Beverage Control for issuance by transfer of an alcoholic beverage license for these premises as follows: ON SALE GENZRAL (PUBUC PREMISESI Anyone desiring to protest the issuance of such license may file a verified protest with any office ol the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control, within 30 days of the posting of this notice, stating grounds for denial as provided by law. The premises are now licensed for the sale of alcoholic beverages. The form ot verification may be obtained from any office of the Department, HARRY G. and VIVIAN E. CAMERON. help for me to do something in regard to his reelection . . . In another exchange, Allen suggested that people "sometimes have a very peculiar \m- pression of where the middle oi the road is, if they only receiva one kind of newspaper." Replied "Truman: "I don 't think they care a hoot what the middle of the road is. They want to know what is best for the country.'' Ths Channel Swim: Binf Crosby, a fine dramatic actor, stars March 21 in NBC-TV 's Saturday night movie, "Man On Fire," as a businessman who devotes all his energies to regaining custody of his son from his divorced wife ... His costars are Inger Stevens, Mary Fickett and E. G. Marshall. ABC-TV's four-part "Saga of Western Man" series winds up March 29 with the documentary "1964": the previous shows have dealt with the years 1492. 1776 and 1898. NOTICE TO BIDDERS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of Education of the Redlands Unified School DUtrict of San Bernardino County, California, hereby calls for sealed bids to be de- livercd to the Assistant Superintendent of the said Board at the Administrative Offices. 33 West Lugonia Avenue. Redlands, California, until the 1-th day of March. 1964. at 10:30 a.m.. at which time and place said bids will be opened for: 2-91 passenger busses w/two trade-ins Musical Instruments 1 - Tractor-Mower combination Each bid shall be made out on a form to be obtained at the office of the Assistant Superintendent of Schools. Each bid over S4.000 shaU be accompanied by a certified or cashier's check payable to the owner or a satisfactory bid bond in favor of the owner, executed by the bidder as principal and company satisfactory to the Board of Education as surety in an amount not less than S*",- of the bid; said check or bond shall be given as a guarantee that the bidder will execute the contract if it be awarded to him. The Governing Board of said School District reserves the right to reject any or all bids or waive any informality in a bid. No bidder may withdraw his bid for a period of thirty t30i days after the date set for the opening thereof. By order of the Governing Board of Redlands Unified School District of San Bernardino County. Dated at Redlands. California, this 3rd day of March. 1964. CHARLES R. STULTZ. Clerk of said Governing Board. NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETI- TIO.V FOR PROBATE OF WILL AND FOR LETTERS TESTAMENTABT No. 33407 In the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of San Bernardino. In the Matter of the Estate of SEWARD E. KANADY, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the petition of Walter B. Johnson for the Probate of Will of Seward E. Kanady, the above named decedent, and for the issuance of Letters Testamentary thereon to Walter B. Johnson. Petitioner, reference to which is hereby made for further particulars, will be heard at 9:30 o'clock a.m., on Friday. March 13. 1964, in the court room of the Probate Department. Room 308 of the above entitled Court at the courthouse in th» City of San Bernardino in the abov« designated county and state. Dated February 28, 1964. V. DENNIS WAHDLE, Oerk. By Edith Campbell. Deputy Clerk. KENTON S. BRENAN, 306 East State Street, Redlands, California. Attorney for Petitioner. iFirst publication Mar. 2. 1964) This and That Answer to Previous Piiizle ACROSS 1 Custodian 7 Ciiy in Poland 13 Song bird 14 Venerate 13 Baby's toy 16 Lessened 17 Compass point 15 Noise 20 Worm 21 Feign 25 Plant anew. 28 .Nickname for Oklahoma 32 Mountain nvmph 33 Barter 34 Trap 35 Service group . member (ab.) 38 Shouted 33 Western catUe 39Sharoer 41 Jose, Bcazil 44 Sturgeon eggs 45 Spanish "gold" 48 Introduce 51 Expunged 54 Narrate 55 Distend 56 Hoarded 57 Bowling tenn (pU DOWV 1 Had on 2 Brazilian macaws 3 Ceremony 4 Period 5 Cloth measure 6 Required _ 7 Lifting devices 54 8 Insurgent (coU.) 9 Erst capital of |a6 Burma IBWbalcbool.) 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