Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 13, 1964 · Page 8
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BEN CASEY By NEAL ADAMS 18 _ Friday, Mar. t3,1964 Redlands Daily Facts QUR ANCESTORS SHORT KIES By FRANK O'NEAL 1H£V UJVE ME, tH£V LDV£ M£ NOT, THEV LOVE M=..~. cke>L 3-13 DAN FLAGG By DON SHERWOOD MORTY JIEEKLE By DICK CAVALLI ABLBTO HOURS our WHAT me...?? ALLEY OOP By V. T. HAaiLIN PRISCILLA'S POP (OMLY FOUF? \ / YES. 1 f MORE DAYS Ki'M OM ^ >TILL YOUR _/ PINS AND (BIRTHDAY, AVNOODLES \PRlSClLLAy ^-;?v ^L^—' ^^^^^ A I'M KEEPING MY A (PIKJGERS CROSSED; VSO I'LL GET A ^ By AL ^^BMEER MAYBE \T ^WILL HELP \P MDU KEEP YOURS f CROSSED. TOO' CAPTAIN EASY By LESLIE TURNER RECEWTLV Y tKMlE? flUP HE ERNIE 5H0WBP \ HAS AMNESIA? GREAT UP AGAIU, WITH scorn PERHAP5 I HIS MEMORY / 5H0UIP HELP TH|£ SHOT-BUT- / PESERV'.MS LAP.. • ATOUCE! FIRST. I GOTTA X THERE'S NO TIME- CALL OLA MAB \ IF TO TEACH , ANP WARM HER / HIM TO PRAVV A OF A VISITOR-/ STRIP TONIGHTlJ CARLA> I tsTTEK SEE WOT WAS'SSO B^CITEP AgOUTl OUR BOARDING HOUSE with 3L\J0R HOOFLE OUT OUR WAY J. R. WILLMiJIS >JASTURTHJMS,SWEET PSAS AMI KA\SE THOSE OfJ A OUSTPAM.' C^RSE TMSVRE ALL RlSHT FOR AMATEUR UKE ^OUTO I?AIS£. 3UT WAIT TILL SEeTHS JAVANESE OF5CHIOS ANiO THE AMA?OM ANGBl. Ul?/ rA\ tJOlfOS TO COLTlVATe IN W/ [SOU WON 'T 60T0TVV W TROUBLE- OP LA -riNS H OUT BEDS. I S'POSe- —VOO-LL 3UST PLANT •EM iN CANS TILL NOO SET AROUNO . TO MAKINS A FORMAJ SARDEM <3UT OF NOua YARO, EH ? i m riOR.TlCULTURl6T: LET ME HAVE -rtXR . BEVEL I PKOTTRACICC.'; UH-- ive HERE l-I JteT HAD IT.' TH' BULL PONT ^Y ANYTHIMto ABOJT INSFFlClEMCYj CLE HE 5 JUST AS BAD WITH HIS DESK . BUTFOC > THE OFFICE ( BCVPUTTIN' \ IT IN /TH'FU.VW PART 15 HE CAN T FIND ANYTHING AFTER rrspuT lNC«JDEe 4 TWO CP A k'IKO byQuincy IN HOLLYWOOD But Ruth's shift is not a mistdce By Erskine Johnson ACAPULCO, Mexico — "Look, Charlie, I made a mistake when television came. A lot of people did. Everyone said not to accept television series. So I didn't. So, X could have made a lot ofi loot. But I'm lazy, really." Gorgeous-as-ever Ruth Roman of "Champion" sexpot fame also calls our waiter "Charlie. Look, Charlie," she says, "a h'ttle less water please." She is wearing the shortest "shift" dress in the cocktail lounge of a plush Acapulco hotel and the place is jumping. What I mean is, everyone in the place sooner or later walks past our table to check the scene. It is worth checking, I tell you. The dress starts modestly enough but it ends very quickly — way above her knees. The material is white and lacy and about where it ends, Buth says: "Now, really, Charlie, us girls don't dress up for dinner in this hot climate. ^Vhy I've seen worn en in bathing suits having din ner. But even in Laguna Beach whcie I live you don't wear clothes like this. I brought all of the wrong things so I just went out and bought what was stylish in Acapulco." What she terms a "kicky' role had brought Ruth costar billing in "Love Has Many Faces," a new Jerry Bresler production for Columbia on location here. 'She's a girl who follows the sun. Rich. And when she sees a man she likes she follows him, too. And gets him. "Hugh O'Brian is her mail, and it's funny," she adds.'"We both once lived in a Hollywood theatrical boarding house called 'The House of the Seven Gables and Garbos.' Seven gals lived upstairs and seven fellows down stairs. We were all struggling for fame." Ten movies in two years at Warner Bros, followed her big hit in "Champion." And that was a mistake, too, Charlie," she reflects. "Too much exposure. So I went to Spain for two years and traveled." She relumed home on the SS Andrea Doria and was a survivor along v.ith her son, now 11. She still prefers boats to planes and laughs: "People look at me like I'm crazy when I tell them I 1 i k e slow boats. I guess I'm the only person alive who takes 23 days to go to Europe." NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BEDLANDS PLANNING C0.M.MISSI0N PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that, pursuant to Ule provisions of Ordinance No. lOOO the Planning Commission of the Cilj- of Hcdlands will bold ^ Public Hearing in the Council Chambers of the Safety Hall in the City of Redlands at 3:00 p.m.. March 24, 19fr). to consider the following: An application has been received for a chanije of zone from A-l lAericulturali District to R-2 IMul- tlple Family Residential) District for approximately nine acres of property located oil the northwest corner of Pine Avenue lOrange Avcpuei and Tennessee Street. Request submitted by R. C. ANDREWS, JR.. of Santa Fe Springs. Calif. Anyone objectinjt to. or In favor of. the al>ove is invited to appear and show cause why the same should or should not be granted as request* cd. Approvals or obJecUons may be in writlne filed with the undersigned prior to said Hearing, or may be orally made at the Hearing. DATED this 13th day of March, lOM. W. C. SCHINDLER. Planning Director, City of Redlands. All Ruth wants for her career now are more "kicky" roles. "'X'ou know, Charlie, like the role Frank Sinatra played in 'From Here to Eternity." " A twopart segment in the "Dr. Kildarc" television series fitted her new career pattern and won her an Emmy noniiaation. But I'm lazy, I'm a loner, I live on a hill at Laguna Beach and I walk on the beach — you can stick needles into the soles of my feet, they are so tough — and I don't even think about acting. Then a nice role comes along, and 1 wonder why I don't act all the time. Or I'm in Europe and people recognize me. That's what all the Warner publicity did. Most of the films were bad and the publicity was great. But recently I met some people who were thrilled to meet an actress, I guess, and they asked me, "Did you know Rod LaRocque?" "Please, Charlie, tell the peo pie that he was a star before I was BORN. I haven't been around THAT long." "No, ma'am, we haven't got a fire department—fcut I hear there's a rain maker in town!" TELEVISION IN REVIEW NOTICE TO CREOriORS No. 33313 Superior Court of the State of Call* fomia, for the County of San Ber. nardino. EsUte of MABELLE B. NOTT. Deceased. NOTICE JS HEREBY CrVEN to the creditors of the above named decedent that all persons having claims against the said decedent are required to file them, with the necessary vouchers, in the office of the cleric of the above entitled court, or to present them, wllh the necessary vouchers, to the undersigned at the office of Rex W. Cranmer, Attorney at Law. 306 East State street. Redlands. California, which is the place of business of the undersigned in all matters pertaining to the estate of said decedent, within six months after the first publication of this notice. Dated February 19. 1984. MAXINE R. BANDY, Executrix of the Will of the alsove name^l decedenL HEX W. CRANMER, Attorney at Law. 306 East Sute Street, Redlands, California, Telephone: 792-3444. Attorney for Executrix. IFlrst publication Feb. 21. 1964) By RICK DU BROW S^VEETIE PIE By Nadine Seltzer "Don't laugh! I sold one to my boss for 50 bucks!" HOLL -nvOOD (UPI)-Negro congressman Adam Clayton Powell was the subject Thiurs day night of an NBC-TV study that blazed with the adulation of his admirers and the opposition of his critics. In its one-hour documentary about the Harlem pastor and political power, by all odds the wisest decision NBC made was to let the evaluations of Powell come from his fellow Negroes. The impact was pronounced, and the judgment left to the viewer thus seemed to derive from sources, of unusual substance. On the one hand, for instance, there were those who heaped praise on Powell as important to the Negro cause. On the other, there was the young Negro in a di.<:cussicn group who scored Powell by argumg that the Negro movemnt was just anothr political fight to him. These evaluations were the tail end of the program, which concentrated earlier on the flamboyant, rough, nervy Powell himself, and then later on, attempted to relate him and his position to the current temper and drives of his race. The earlier parts of the show undoubtedly were e.xciting viewing because of the nature of the politician's earthy manner. Yet it was important that the final part be included prominently because a flamboyant man is almost always certain to dominate such a study by the force of his personality, and to emerge often as a hero above and beyond judgment. David Brinkley almost ran into this problem a while back in an interview with Jimmy Hoffa. But the windup of Thursday night's effort tended to put things more in perspective. The opening sequences of Powell displaying his verbal powers with an audience proved some of the most gripping starting footage since the first moments of the movie "The Champion." The program pointed up his differences in various outward matters with many of his constituents: He is light of skin, wealthy, well-educated, sophisticated. He was shown at his home in Puerto Rico, and he was also interviewed in Washington. The hour recounted some of Powell's doings on the House Labor and Education Committee, and also some of his other publicity — with ta.xes, a legal suit that hit him, and the criticism of his attendance record and his trips abroad. He was, of course, well equipped with cool answers. It may be that admirers or critics of Powell feel the show did not go far enough in either direction. But many viewers may feel that this was one ease where a minimum of narrative comment was the ideal approach. The Channel Swim: Van Johnson, who starred in "The Music Han" on the British Stage, sings on CBS-TV's Ed Sullivan sliow March 22.. .Walter Brennan will narrate "The Red, White and Blue," an NBC- TV special about . patriotism, June 9. Sens. Hubert Humphrey of Minnesota and Strom 'Tliur- mond of South Carolina will engage in a "live" television debate on the merits of the civil rights biU on "CBS Reports" Wednesday.. .The debate will be part of a broadcast that traces the route of the biU since it was submitted to Congress last June. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING EEDL.INDS PLANNING COMMISSION PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that, pursuant to the provisions of Ordinance No. lOOO the Planning Commission of the City of Redlands wUt hold a Public Hearing in the Council Chambers of the Safety Hall in the City of Redlands at 3:00 p.m.. March 24. 1964. to consider the following: An application has been received for a Conditional Use Permit in an M-1 iLight Industrial! District to permit the construction of an 89 seat restaurant on property located west of Alabama Street l>etwecn the Redlands Freeway off-ramp and Industrial Park .Avenue tWal- nut Avenue). Request submitted by LEO THAYER. Anyone objecting to. or in favor of. • the above is invited to appear and show cause why the same should :0r should not be granted as requested. Approvals or objections may be jin writing filed with the under^ signed prior to said Searing, or may be orally made at the Hearing. DATED this 13th day of March. 19C4. W. C. SCHINDLER, Planning Director, City of Redlands. Egg-Laying Mammals Only two mammals lay eggs instead of bearing^ their young alive. These are the spiny anteater, or echidna, and the duckbill platypus. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEABINO REDLANDS PLANNING COMMISSION PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that, pursuant to the provisions of Ordinance No. 1000 the Planning Commission of the City of Redlands will hold a Public Hearing in the Council Chambers of the Safety Hall in the City of Redlands at 3:00 p.m.. March 24, 1964. to consider the following: An application has been received for a Conditional Use Permit in an R.2 iMultiple Family Residential) District to permit the construction of eighty iSot dwelling units on property consisting of approximately 6.2 acres located 233 feet west of Judson Street l>ctween Citrus Avenue and Central Avenue. Request submitted by ROBERT I. STERN or Sherman Oaks. California. Anyone objecting to. or in favor of. the above is invited to appear and show cause why the same should or should not lie granted as requested. Approvals or objections may be in writing filed with the undersigned prior to said Hearing, or may be orally made at the Hearing. DATED this 12Ui day of March, 1964. W C. SCHINDLER, Planning Director, City of Redlands. Legalistic SIDE GLANCES By Gill Fox 3-15 • t1«».«*;fce.TJlBi N. C». "I knew all the time she wouldn't fit inl" ACROSS I Mr. Gardner, lawyer 5 Law S Charge oa property 3 13Umb 14 Within (comb, form) 15 Legal writ 17 Scrutinize 18 Coral iiie 19 Til . 21 Unpaired 23 Preposition 21 Conservative 27 Counselor 33 Palm leaf 34 Forsaken 35 Malt beverage 36 Legal matter 37SaUate 38 By way of 39 Alaskan Indian 41 Anunal 42 Compass point 43 Ocean 45 Spanish legislature . 49 FiUcd Willi ceramic pieces 53 Greek theaters a Combine 1~ 57 American Jurist " 58 Reverential fear ^ 59 Soup ingredient * 60 Italian prince 61 Affirmative vote 62AcUial DOWX 1 Miss MaxweU , 2 Disturbance of |55 peace 3WoU 4 Use 5Xew Guinea port 6 Sea eagle "December 25 8 Leaser of property 9 Peruvian Indian 10 Cheese 11 Not any Answer to Previous Puzzle 12 Weaving device "gW^'y „ 13 Limb 20 Famous English scliool 22 Head of Lamaism 24 Legal wrong 2o Bread spread 26 Repose 28 Babes 29 Waste allowances 30 Church part 31 Lamb's pen name 32 Tune division 37 Widgeon •40 Property in land 41 Consigner in trust 44 Greek leller 45 English jurist 4SPoena uuiiganot 47 Lease payment S6 Beverage 15 48 Suspension of proceedings SOKqual to 51 Biblical prophet 52 Poker distiibotioa 55 Be under obligatioa

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