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18 - Wed., March 4, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts Experts feel Haizard OK for professionals By ALEX KAHN Uie statistics show and he en' LOS ANGELES (UPI) — A'courages his teammates to do jury of experts was in agreement today that UCLA's All- America guard, Walt Hazzard, can make it in the ranks of the pros although Los Angeles Lakers coach Fred Schaus refuses to say whether they will draft the college star. While Hazzard has been the jraore and pass better. He's a team player and he's improved defensively. Coach Forrest Twogood of Southern California quipped, "I think Hazzard is the best thing that has come along since worn en. He makes a travesty of a normal game, There surely must be a place for him in pro spark that flamed the UCLA basketball team to the top spot j basketball." in the national ratings and a| Former Boston Celtics star 25-0 record, by pro standards he I Bill Sharman, now coach of is a small man at 6-feet-2 andJLos .Angeles State College, dis- chiefly an offensive player. [closed he had been contacted The que.stion of Hazzard's by four pro basketball clubs chances in the pros arose Tues- for his opinion of Hazzard. day at the Southern California "f feel Hazzard is one of the Ba'skelbaU Writers meeting and game's great passers and he UCLA coach John Wooden came i has the greatest vision I've seen to the defense of his star. "In my opinion Hazzard could help any club, college or pro," he said. "He does more than Fresno State deminates CCAA team LOS ANGELES (UPI) Fresno S t a t e's cliampionship squad dominated the California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) All - Conference Team announced today with tliree men on the first team. Fresno, center Maurice Talbot was the only unanimous choice. Tlie junior center .was the lea gue's leading rebounder with 134 and the key man in putting the Bulldogs into the NCAA District 8 college championships. The first team: John Uambo. Long Beach State, and Tom Jacobsen, Fresno State, forwards; Maurice Talbot, Fresno State, center; Jack Shawcroft, San Diego State, and John Bocko, Fresno State, guards. Second team: CD. Wilson, Los Angeles State, John Bami- coat, Long Beach State; and Vem Crissman, Fresno State, forwards; Caldwell Black, Los Angeles State. Bob Horwath, Cal Poly (SLOB), and Jim Bowers, San Diego State, guards. TREASURE HOUSE •Your unused furniture or an- pliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. in a long time. Certainly he can play pro ball. I'd be very surprised if he didn't become a great player." Sharman compared Hazzard with his former Boston teammate, Bob Cousy. He said the UCLA star was in the same class as Cousy at the same stage of their development, j "Cousy's big asset v,as mov i ing the ball and liitting the man who was open. And that is what Hazzard is capable of doing." The Lakers View Schaus pointed out that he had voiced the opmion before that Hazzard would be a fine player in the NBA. But he said from the standpoint of the Lak ers he had to consider what his club needed before they exer cised a territorial claim on Haz zard. "We need a center, a comer man and a guard," he pointed out, "So far as Hazzard is concerned, we're open minded on him. There are a lot of good men who will be in the draft this year and it's a tough decision to make." Big topic of tlie meeting was the clash Friday night between traditional rivals UCLA and Southern California. Wooden said beating an improving team like the Trojans for the third time in a season was a difficult task and would take a top ef fort. Twogood made no secret that his team was keyed up to its highest pilch for the game with UCL.\ and it would take theix best game to stay close to the explosive bruins. TELEVISION IN REVIEW By RICK DU BROW Report shows Dillon dumped in cistern alive Classified "Well, no. Pop didn't exactly say he was a bird dog. What he actually said was that he was for the birds!" Washington Window News conferences to need improvement By Lyle C. Wilson We're OPENING Wifh A USED CAR BARGAINS! '60 PLYMOUTH Fury V-8 Hardtop Stick shift, heavenly blue with whit© top. Lov/ payment type car. Really sharp. You'll be proud to drive itl '63 CHEVROLET Impola 2 Dr. Hardtop Arctic white with velvet black interior. Definitely a $0l%0^ one owner beauty. Come and try itl '62 RAMBLER Cross Country A Floyd Brown quolily car in iporkling while, automatic, rodio, lieoter. Clajj with a <T 7QC rocli on top for - I / 7 J your trade. '59 DODGE 2 Dr. Hardtop Robin egg blue ond white mokes for the beit looking model Dodge ever made. Make ui a reosonoble offer. "59 TR-3 Convertible Sports Cor Clean and stylish tor the man or lady around town. It's youis for '60 PONTIAC 4 Dr. Sedan Snow while with air conditioning, power and all the relt of the nice things. A good chance to jump ^1395 Washington newsmen and women need to sharpen their questions and to improve their tactics and strategy if the presi' dential news conference is to flourish as it should. • President Johnson's first news conference in the elaborate form and size to which the institution has become accustomed took place last week. Except for a carefully prepared and newsworthy statement read by the President at the outset, the news conference was pretty much a bust The President was able to deal with most of the questions with pleasant little flights into the area of sweetness and light in which he frankly recognized the seriousness of a given sit uation but permitted himself hope for improvement. Not once, for example, did a questioner have or seize the op portunity of asking a follow-up question. Follow - up questions are essential if a newsman is to break through official reluctance to answer tJie tough ones. Should Compel Answers The simple facts of the situa tion are that the newmen and tlie official, be he President or lesser fry. are opponents in a news conference. If the official parries or otherwise avoids direct answers to direct questions, the official wins the conference. If the reporters compel answers, they and tJie pubhc are Oie winners. President Johnson won last week's news conference. There is no doubt about that. Some questions were self-defeating, as for example when he was asked to appraise tlie political impact {of the Bobby Baker case. Jolin- 3on rolled with that one, saying that the Baker case was before the Senate where the proper action would be taken when all of tlic facts were in. The general nature of the question practically invited the general nature of the Johnson response. The Baker case could have been opened up wide at last week's news conference by picking Bobby Baker up right where the President left him when he discussed that famous stereo at an informal news conference some weeks ago. The President said then that he saw nothing unusual in receiving such a gift from Bobby Baker because the Baker and Johnson families occasionally exchanged gifts. Question Gifts The next and obvious question would be: what gifts, Mr. President, did the Johnson fam ily give the Baker family, and when? Such questions as tlioso would be difficult to avoid by reference to the Senate. The Presi dent could, of course, refuse to answer any question. The President was asked what he meant in his California speech by placing great empha sis on his warning that outsid ers who interfered in Viet Nam were playing a dangerous game. "That's what I said and tliat's what I meant." was the substance of the President's reply. Tliere was no follow-up on that either altliough it is obvious that the President's reply did not in anpvay illuminate or clarify a situation about which the public is increasingly con fused. Tlie function of the presiden tial news conference should add to the information—not the confusion—of the public. HOLLYWOOD (UPI) — Fewlto the emperor as he was oni TULSA (UPI) — Narcotics things are more difficult than his way to pay solemn tribute!kingpin John Dillon apparently doing an in-depth study of a at the Lincohi Memorial. iwas alive but unconscious whe;i subject (hat doesn't have much Even when the show was at|he was dumped into a cistera depth to begin mth. its best, however, the routine in a gangland slaying, a mcdi- This was the chief difficulty Tuesday night in David Brinkley's one-hour NBC-TV look at the Washington preparations and logistics required for a vis it from a foreign dignitary, in this case Emperor Halle Selassie of Ethiopia. The fact is, unless there is a Mati Hari or some other juicy involvement, or unless some thing goes otherwise awTy, the planning for such visits is a pretty obvious matter. Though tlie public may not know all the little details of preparation, it is by now rather sophisticated about what generally goes on. And anyone who has had anything io do with a smooth state visit knows that, by and large, it is a rather uninteresting affair. Inevitably, the Brinkley touch drew water from the stone a number of times. He noted, for instance, that the Ethiopian flag had (o be displayed care-i and often tri\ial nature of the material gave one the feeling that the production team had unlimbered heavy artillery to knock off a butterfly. One of the saddest aspects of the current video season has been the absence of the two weekly, prime-tjme half-hour shows "David ferinkley's Journal" and "Chet Huntley Reporting." Though the daily Huntley-Brinkley report has been expanded to half an hour, one still misses their individual night-time efforts and the timeliness that accompanied these depth studies. The Channel Swim: David and Igor Oistrakh, father-and- son Soviet violinists, appear on NBC-TV's "Telephone Hour" next Tuesday.. .Same network> 1°?^ at carni-, i val life, with fan-dancer Sally i oi^„, , Rand as host, airs April 12. 1^°^'' County about a year cal examiner said today. Dr. Led Lowbeer, Tulsa County medical examiner, said water taken from Dillon's lungs matched samples from the cistern. Lowbeer. who conducted an autopsy Tuesday, said Dillon had been knocked unconscious by a blow on the head before he was weighted with oilfield equipment and dumped into the cis tern on a deserted Rogers County farm near Chelsea. Lowbeer said he had no idea how long the body had been in the water. Dillon disappeared more than three years ago, when he jumped ^,000 bail while facing 190 years in prison sentences on convictions of violating narcotics laws. The oil- Barring a competition coup. ago. fully because upside down it is I tonight's "CBS Reports" otters: Agents of the Federal Bureau the Bolivian flag. For the most part, the production qualities were, as usual in Brinkley efforts, impeccable. But m one sequence that tried too hard, there was some very unpleasant editing that cut from preparations for a meal Thresher ... Same network's "The Defenders" won the an nual screen producers' guild award as the best-produced video film series of 1963. Super AA needed Founder dies NEW YORK (UPI) - Thomas W. Briggs, 77, founder and president of Welcome Wagon International, died Monday at Memorial Hospital. He had entered the hospital last October for surgery. JOHANNESBURG, South Africa (UPI) — Harassed game rangers in Soutii Africa's famed Kruger National Park arc try ing to cope witii 1,750 tipsy elephants. The elephants have been dis gracefully drunk for the last five weeks from eating the yellow fruit of the marula trees which dot the gamis reserve. Elephants, it seems, are rare ly mean drunks but their alcoholic hi jinks already have put one man in a hospital and their Izvestia blasts capitalism and those Beatles Romanians arrive TOKYO (UPI) - A dclcga tion of Romanian Communist leaders arrived in Peking today for the first talks of the Sino- Soviet split since tiie breakup of China's Moscow talks last summer. ^1195 up few years for. •61 FORD Ranch Wagon All blue with rodlo, heoter ond outomotic loH of room for little money. Bring in your old wagon on this ... I con use ill '63 RAMBLER Clossic Sedan This cor wos picked up at factory by original owner, driven a little end turned in on o wogon. Kos rodio, heater, straight shift. This • is lole model economy on wheels for only .... There's 26 months financing on this one! 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REDLANDS PY 3-2371 MOSCOW (UPI)- The Soviet Union said Tuesday that the re cent U.S. tour by the British "pop" entertainers the Beatles and the discovery of a part-time prostitution ring in New York were proof of America's "dollar" morals. The government newspaper Izvestia said the Nassau County housewives who aJIegedly practiced tlie world's "oldest profession" in the evenings did so to help their husbands 'keep up with (he Jones'." "CapitaUsm." it said, "brings the element of profit into rela tions between people, including relations of marriage .. ..•American civilization recognizes only a single yardstick for human values — the dollar." Under the headline "American ScnsaUons," Izvestia also rendered its verdict on The Beatles — Nyet, Nyet, Nyet." "Tlirce voiceless guitar players and one smug drummer" was the verdict Izvestia's New York correspondent S. Kondra- shev of the four Liverpool mop- tops. "The United States." he said, "was conquered by The Beatles in February, 1964 — not by a nation or a family, but by four bedraggled musicians." the first television showing of'of Investigation, acting on a Navy films of the wreckage of i telephoned tip, found Dillon's the sunken atomic submarine!Iwdy Jlonday. Dillon had been on (he FBI's list of "10 most wanted" men since his disappearance. His name was removed from the list after the body was found, leaving investigation of his death to Rogers County author- iUes. Sheriff Amos Ward said he believed Dillon was slain by gangland enemies. Co. Atty. James Summerlin said. "Loose ends must be pulled together. The FBI was on the case for the last three years. Checking with them will be our ne.xt step." Tipsy pachyderms keep seeing fhose pinic people annual bmge has another week or two to run. The marula bears fruit for six or seven weeks each year. It has a cloyingly sweet, very rich flavor. Africans use it to brew a particularly potent beverage. The elephants have a simpler process. "They lumber from tree to tree, stuffing the fruit down their gullets. It ferments in their stomachs and in no Ume they are loaded. They wander red - eyed through the park, waving their trunks happily from side to side and looking for more marulas. "They very rarely get aggressive," a naUonal parks board spokesman said, "and they never get paralytically drunk. They are just like any human being after five or sLx drinks." CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum 2 linn. 5 averaxe word* to tbe Une. 32 letters and spaces: DO not abbreviate. 1 Time 3 Time* 6 Times 3 Lines SI.OO »t J2 J2.40 3 Lines 1.00 US 3.60 4 Lines l.OO 2-M 4.30 5 Lines 1.25 3.30 6.00 6 Uces IJO 3.96 7.20 7 Unes 1.75 4.S2 8.40 8 Unes 2.00 S.28 9.S8 9 Lines 2J3 5.94 10.80 10 Lines 2J0 6.60 12.00 Per Month b.- the line —S3J0 Commercial Rates on Request CLASSIFICATION INDEX Lost and Found • — 1 Personals _ J Special NoUces . 3 Employment Wanted * Help Wanted • Schools - Instructions 7 Nurseries - Day Schools « Room and Board 9 For Rent — JO Wanted to Bent 13 Baixain Spot IS Business Services a Musical Instruments . 28 Real EsUte i .oan3 « Money to Loan . 41 Money Wanted 42 Mortgages - Trust Deeds 43 Business Opportunities . Income Property Beach - MounUin Industrial Property Lots and Acreage- Real Estate Exchan. Groves and Ranches Real Estate Wanted- Commercial Property Houses for Sale- Mobile Homes - TraUera , Trucks - Trailers Automotive Imported Cars . 47 . 48 . 43 . 50 . 51 . 52 _ 53 _ 54 _ 55 _ 58 _ 59 _. 60 _60A ERRORS Where an error is made on the part of the Redlands Daily Facts, and the FacU Is notified by 9 a.m. day following first insertion, correction will be made and the ad will be nin properly one additional day. The Redlands Daily Facts will not be responsible for more than one incorrect Insertion. DEADLINES Prl\-ate party ads —430 p.m. day preceding publication. Commercial Ads —3 p.m. day pr«- cedins publicatiOQ. | PHONE 793-3221 Daily 8:00 a.m. to 5 8:00 a.m. to 12 Noon Saturday Trading Stamp Directory S. & H. Grten Stamps THE HARRIS CO. 17 E. State Phon» 793-2368 • 1 Lost and Found Mayor finds many pretty girls CAMP PENDLETON (UPI)— Tlic most popular guy in E.\e- tcr, England—if letters from 40 different girls in three weeks is any indication — is a 22-year- old JIarine stationed here. Louis Valderas has a brother who was in E.vetcr during World War II and talked about "the gorgeous country around Exeter and the gorgeous women who live there." Three weeks ago, Valderas wrote a letter to Exeter Mayor Walter Daw asking if there was a pretty girl that might like to write to an American Marine. The mayor let the local press know atwut the request. 'I never e.xpected to hear from half the single girls in town," said the handsome Marine. Kidnaper nabbed as his car hits house LOS ANGELES (UPI) - A woman and her 7-ycar - old daughter were kidnaped from their suburban San Marino home Tuesday. The suspected kidnaper was captured soon afterward in an alley, blood pouring from a head wound suffered when his car crashed info a house. Taken into custody was Patrich S m y t h c, 32, Manhattan Beach. In the back scat of the damaged car was little Nancy Ba.x- ter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Baxter. Mrs. Baxter had been released earlier outside a Wilshirc Boulevard bank LOST DOG—t month old black mala Labrador pup, named "Bo". Has white spot on chest and tip of toei and taU. Please call 792-7901. Re•ward. 4 Employment Wanted CARPEiNTliK worlc. repairs or remodeling, by hour. 793-4016. liARDENINft. rototultng, new lawns, lawn service. 79S.0922. CARPENTER, cabinet maker, small alterations, repairs. Watkins. 797-0396. CARi-EWtER. cabmet work, remodel". paint, by hour. Tony Smit. 792-1113, PALM'lKti —A-1 workmanship, reasonable. "Bob" DeWltt. 793-3722. IRO.MNG done in my home. Experfc enced work, 70c an hour. 797-7122, Yucaipa. • LANDSCAPE GARDENER Experienced. A-1 work. Contract by hour, week, month. 793-1176. PLASTERING; patching, additions, accoustical ceilings. No job too small. QuaUty work. Licensed and insured. Call 792-3374. where her abductor told her to withdraw $1,350 from a savings account. Mrs. Baxter told officers the kidnaper, still holding her daughter hostage, had sped off before she returned from inside the bank. A witness to the crash that preceded Smythe's capture said: "It was like something on television. "The car came skidding across the lawn and hit the house. His face was all bloody... "Then there were the policemen..." Smythe sideswiped two cars as police patrolmen chased him in their prowl car. In reconstructing the crime, investigating officers said Smythe stole the Baxters' Thunderbird from a Los Angeles In- Does Valderas have a girljf^™f.".°n^?,^P<'^^P"'^g 1°*; friend here in the United States? He won't say. BEST DEAL IN THE VALLEY 65 C/ean Used Cars To Choose From '62 FIAT 1200 Spider Roadster. — _ 4 speed, new paint and top, whitewalls. A real beauty] '61 PLYMOUTH Belvedere 4 Dr. SedaiL .51695 At/tomatic, power steering and brakes, radio, heater, V-8 engine, whitewalls. Local one owner. .S1495 '58 FIAT 600 2 Door Sedan 4 speed transmission. '61 FORD Fairlane 2 Dr. Sedan. stick shift, heater '61 CHEVROLET Corvair Monza. Automatic, radio, heater. Very sharp! '61 PLYMOUTH Fury 2 Door Hardtop Power steering, automatic, radio, whitewalls, beautiful red finish. Extra clean! '60 FALCON 4 Door Wagon_ .5 395 .51095 ._51495 -51795 .51395 Automatic, radio, heater. HURRY IN TODAY TO . . . GARVEY MOTORS PLYMOUTHLAND 415 Orange 793-2323 identified its owner's address by reading the registration slip on the steering column; drove to the Baxter home to tell Mrs. Baxter her husband owed him the Sl,350; then forced her and the girl to go with him to the bank. Bank officials were advised, land the chase ensued. Smythe was booked in County General Hospital's prison ward ;on suspicion of kidnaping and 'robbery. 6 Help Wanted WAtMTED - Female cook tor night work. Apply in person at Winn's FounUin. comer Colton it Orange. fflSUSiXEEPER - companion £or elderly lady. Live in. light duUes. 792-5329. PART-TIME typist, bookkeeper. Call 792-9051 between 3-4 p.m. for appointment^ CSMB LVATION mactiinist between 40 and 58 with experience in weld- ine and painting. 112 First St. 792-4611 MAN handy with tools to do construction work on chicken ranch. Apply alter 6 p.m. 996 South 2nd St. Calimesa. CONSCIENTIOUS adults, teachers, parents, librarians needed for important spring work. For appointment only, call 792-6113 forenoon and 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. 7 Schools - Instructions iuioK in French or Bussiaiin)on van Eman. (Harvard) '796-6201. PRIVATE tutoring, your home, elementary grades. Capable, experienced, sympathetic. 796-9320. 9 Room and Board HOSlE atmosphere and cooking. Couples or singles. 792-2416. HOTEL CASA DEL-REY" Retirement hotel for senior citizens, home cooking, friendly atmosphere. 302 Nordlna St.. Redlands. "92-9063. - REST HOMES PBIVATE room, excellent care and " food. OV 9-7309, Riverside. 10 For Rent A —APARTMENTS MODI.H.-V 1 bedroom, unfurnished, close in. 792-4420. 9 E. Fern. ROOM furnished, close in. PrSir middle-agod lady. 792-5452. 128 NORWOOD —1 bedroom unfurnished duplex. Clean. S"0. "93-4723. APARTJIENTb. rooms for men. Furnished, utilities paid. 603 E. Central. SINGLE, furnished apartment. 33l VISIT OUR 2nd BIG USED CAR LOT 416 W. Redlands Blvd.. 793-4982 Smith ogain heads rodeo performers DENVER (UPI)— Dale D. [Smith, 35, of Chandler, Ariz., was re-elected Tuesday to third term as president of the Rodeo Cowboys Association. Smith, a rancher and ex- world champion roper, was declared winner after tabulation of votes from about 2,800 EGA members. Toy Fort, Lovington, N.M., was named to a second two- year term on the Board of Directors, but three other direc tors were replaced. New members of the 12-man I board, who will take office at jthe spring meeting in Phoenix, I Ariz., March 10-U, are Winton I Bruce, 26, Calgary, Alta; Dewley Dunaway, 30, Burkbumett, |Te.x., and Clem McSpadden, 38, Nowata, Okla. Bruce will represent saddle bronc riders; Dunaway will be spokesman for steer wrestlers, and McSpadden, an Oklahoma stale senator, will represent show and stock coatraciors. furnished Cajon St. ATTRACtHre unfurnished 2 bea" room. Hardwood floors, air condition i n g^CIose4n^624Pine^^^ FURNISHED upstairs, single. Clo«in. clean. Lady only. S35. 206 W. Olive. 792-2572. ?112 — Terrific value, deluxe. 2 Oed- f rooms, carpeted, draped, patio. 635 I E. C.vpress. 793-4416. r 'BEDROOSiI fumisfied apartments. $65 and $70 per month. No pets, no children. 792-3341. CHARMING 1 bedroom, fumisheii. Air conditioned, pool. SIOO. 793-1363 evenings. Well located. HJU- CREST LN-ii Economy rooms and apartments. 725 Orange. Utilities paid.. 793-5698. CLOSE-IN 2 bedroom, unfumisheiT, utilities paid. $65 a month. Ideal for older couple or employed person. 793-4904. UELuXfi 2 bedroom. Adults, no pets. PARK TEKBACE APARTMENTS, 1324 SUUman Avenue. See Manager. 792-3724. . fifiLuJffi 2 bedroom, built-in range, oven. Large fenced patio. Excellent Southside location. $100. 792-632ff 2-l&Et)R00M furnished X BEDROOW furnished apt. 3S3 _»3S WANDA HALE, Realtor 126 W. Colton 793-2475 32 NO. SAN MATEO. 2 Bedrooms, l>i baths, adults. $120. JOE UTTLEPAGE, Realtor 109 Caion Day or NHe 793-276« fURNISHED. 4 rooms, upstairs. Clean, large closets, wall to wall carpeting. Private balcony. Close- in. 1 or 2 ladles. »4S. 206 W. OUve. 792-2572. fUBNISHED~APAKlMENTS. weetly rates, $15 and up, montluy rates, t .';0 and up, utilities Included. Chil- welcome. 792-7335. U23 West Palm, Apt. 3. FtlRirtSHBD, attractive, 1 bedroom house In spacious court. Attached garage, laundry facilities, swimming pool, play area. Durrell, Unit D. 924 E. Central. 793-5785. NEW 2 bedroom apartments, caoung, built-in range, disposal. Prtvat* patio, pulZman hAiii, S90 a month. See manager. Apt. C. 745 E. Brockton. 792-5755. - _ ipartmentj $50 up per month, weekly rates. ' Swimming pooL Shady traUer space, 920 up. Missies Motel St Trailer Park. Hlway 89, 3 mitai west of Redlands. Braemar Patio Apts. 2 bedrooms. 2 baths, beautifully en- peted and furnished. Adult* esly. Only $160 month. PHIL LUKEI, Realtor, 793-23SS

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