Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 17, 1964 · Page 14
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 14

Redlands, California
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Tuesday, March 17, 1964
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BEN CASEY By NEAL ADAIIS HEy.iPrrAiNToi.''^ SLffiP-AT-THE-SWnCH SHORT RIBS By FRANK O'NEAL DAN FLAGG By DON SHERWOOD BIORTY MEEKLE By DICK CAVALU ON HEDUFE TO AAA:TAVI6H? ALLEY OOP By V. T. HAJBLIN PEISCILLA'S POP By AL VERMEER CAPTAIN EASY By LESLIE TURNER mm:!L OUR BOARDING HOUSE with MAJOR HOOPLE OUT! OUR WAY J. R. WILLUMS ymv -OON -T SOU RIS UP SeHOLO THE-'HOOPLS B ^RK AMPLIFIER; i '^J^'^lJJop^'l^ P£K£S AND ft3 «S/-w SOU SET IT OP A MRI^'^^veR iTlNSKEeS WITH TMEr LOCI ^-triE AffOOSEOlTJllL- raJMD 'POOCH ;?0SHES r^? THET UO^X? ANU M'S jf fJS^futpn OP TO SOL)t>iD LIKE TH& DEEP-THROATEtV f -vBAKK OF A 6REAT -DAME /y LAB OFA rr '5 ATVWO-ENOEDTU^FOR Nl reOPLE WHO SOOEEiETH TUBES in TH' Ml POLE AN' WASTE ALOTTAWHATSINSIDE.'WH^ , THE SAVIMSIW THIS FAMILY >1 ALOUE VXXJLO BE \ STAQsesuyjf' J 14 -Jues^ March 17, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts CARNIVAL By Dick Turner TELEVISION IN REVIEW By RICK DU BROW HOLLTOOOD (UPI) — Parents who have gnashed their teeth during some television toy advertisements aimed at children may be interested in recent action by the National As sociation of Broadcasters (NAB). The NAB's code authority has revised its 1961 toy advertisiog| guidelines to emphasize avoidance of: —"Dramatization of the toy in a realistic war atmosphere. —"Dramatization which could frighten or scare children." —"Demonstrations of a toy in a manner that encourages harmful use or dramatizations of children's actions inconsistent with generally recognized standards of safety." To some viewers, the peak of offensiveness in this area was reached shortly before last Christmas, not long after the assassination of President Kennedy, in the commercials that advertised toy weapons for children. As some readers wrote to this NOTICE TO CBEOITOBS No. 33384 Superior Court of the SUt« of California, for tha County of San Bernardino. E>Ut« of MAUDE B. MOREHEAD, Deceased. NoUce Is hereby given to the creditors of the above named decedent that all persons having claims against the said decedent arc re<iuired to tile them, with the necessary vouchers, in the olflce of the cleric of the above entiUed court, or to present them, with the necessary vouchers, to the undersigned at the law office of r. A. Leonard, Esq., Suite «, Investment Building, P. O. Box 27S, Redlands. CaUfomia, which ia the 3lace of business of the undersigned .n aU matters pertaining to the esute of said decedent, within six months after the first pubUcaUon of this notice. Dated March 9, 1964. THELMA D. FZKCVSO}f. As Executrix of the Will of the above named decedent r. A. LEONARD. Redlands. California. Attorney for Executrix. (First publication Mar. 10. IS64> NOTICE or HEARING ON PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL AND FOB LETTERS TESTAMENTABV No. 33448 In the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of San Bernardino. In the Matter of the EsUte of CARL F. HALES. someUroes known as C. F. HALES. Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the petition Of Edna S. Hales for the Probate of Will of Carl F. Hales, sometimes known as C F. Hales, the above named decedenL and for the issuance of Letters Testamentary thereon to said peUtioner. reference to which is hereby made for further! particulars, will be heard at 9:30 o'clock a.m., on Friday, March 27, 1964, in the court room of the Probate Department. Room 308 at the above entiUed Court at the courthouse in the City of San Bernardino in the above designated county and stale. Dated March 13. 19«. V. DENNIS WABDLE, Herk. By Edith Campbell, Deputy Clerk EDWm H. HALES, Attorney for PetlUoner. (First publicaUon Mar. 16. 1964) viewer, it was not a matter of wanting youngsters to grow up mollycoddled or unaware of the world's ways — but the implications by the ads of the pleasures of warlike toys, and the lack of a responsibility realistic approach. It should be emphasized that the new methods of the NAB code authority do not automat ically mean a 100 per cent par adise is guaranteed in this field. You may recall the broadcasters also have their own self-regulated guidelines for commercials, and you know what state of affairs that matter is in—and what happened when some government people innocently suggested that the broadcasters follow their own standards. Government interference, you know. At any rate, the code authority has St least come up with some more decent groundwork, hopefully to be paid attention to, and here are some of its guidelines for toy advertising: —Seek "to present the toy on its actual merits as a play thing." —Avoid "oversimplification such as 'only' and 'just' applied to the price of a toy." —Avoid "presumptions that a toy requiring a material investment can be had for the asking." —Avoid "appeals contending that, if a child has a toy, he betters his peers, or lacking it, will invite their contempt or ridicule." —Avoid "employing irritating audio or video techniques to demand the child's attention." Some of these guidelines are old-hat. The question is how much attention is now paid to the code authority's revised rundown. If things stay as they have been in the past, congress' men who investigate violence in television programs might do well to wave a few more invitations in the direction of advertisers too. The Chinne! Swim: A one- hour NBC-TV special surveys the sad state of professional bo,\ing April 28 . . . The narrator of the program, "Boxing's Last Round," will be David Brinkley, who, in the past, had a memorable broadcast with Emile Griffith, the other fighter in the ring when Benny (Kid) Paret was fatally injured on national television . . . The special will raise the question of whether boxing should be outlawed. "But I DON'T ask for a raise every time I come in hare, Mr. Higgins! Last week, remember, I asked for a day off!" IN HOLLYWOOD Lady in boots soys "Ho-Koy" By Erskiiie Johnson MEXICO CITY - "Good morning," she says in a voice that echoes around the deserted hotel lobby like a Viennese waltz. , Because of the hyir — 5 a.m. - she is just a fuzzy blur, and you do not notice until later that she resembles a young, brunet Ingrid Bergman. What you notice first is her attire as she steps out of the elevator and into the hotel lobby. She is wearing a soft, black turtle-neck sweater, a gray skirt and knee-length boots of soft, fine brown leather. Between the hem of her skirt and the top of her boots there are flashes of shimmering black silk stockings. She is up early, like you, to catch the day's one and only 6:15 a.m. plane flight to Durango, Mexico, where a big outdoor^ adventure drama movie star ring Charlton Heston is on location. asks. "At the airport," says Bresler. She says "So, okay." Only it comes out "Zoe Ho- Kay." SWEETIE PIE By Nadine Seltzer She is the gorgeous Senta Berger from Vienna, the latest European film star to win a role in a Hollywood movie. The film is "Major Dundee," with a story about a group of Union and Confederate cavalrymen join ing forces to fight Apache Indians along the Mexican border during the Civil War. In j'our sleepy daze you laugh to yourself about this gorgeous 23-year-old from Austria, with the lilt of a Viennese waltz in her voice. For the first time the arrival of a leading lady can be reported with the words: "The feminine star wore boots She was a blond in her first big U.S. movie, "The Victors." 'A wig," she explains. She has appeared in 24 European films, sLx a year for the past four years. "They are not masterpieces, you see," she smiles with sleepy eyes. You hear Viennese music when she smiles, too. "We have a private home all for you in Durango," Bresler tells her. "Nice," she says, and then asks, "Who will cook breakfast?" Something will be arranged, Bresler says. It better be arranged. With her coffee at the airport, suddenly wide-awake Senta has scrambled eggs, bacon, toast, with butter and marmalade. No, she is not married, "but two boy friends very sad I left Vienna," she laughs. "You'll miss the plane," « man warns. We all make it, but with only seconds to spare. "Zoe Ho-Kay," says Senta Berger as she fastens her seat belt and, sleepy again, curls her booted legs beneath her. A mariachi band is at the airport in Durango to serenade her upon arrival. But every time I look at Senta Berger all I hear is a Viennese waltz. I think that long distance call I made was the straw that broke the camel's back!" The elevator door opens again for a breathless Jerry Bresler, the film's producer, also headed for Durango. "I'm sorry I'm late," he says. "They just phoned that my car is here. Let's go." On the way to the airport through the city's deserted and still-dark streets the sleepy girl named Senta Berger laughs about her knee-length boots, of the type worn by most European women during the winter. "It was cold," she says, "when I left Vienna." "I hope you like flying," says Bresler. "I like fljing," winces Senta, but not for 28 hours." A series of connecting jet flights had brought ber to Mexico from Vienna via Paris, London and New York. We have coffee, yes?" she SIDE GLAXCES By GilJ Fox LITERATE STATE BURLINGAME, Calif. (UPI) — California leads the nation in number of high school graduates, with about 205,000 in 1963, the National Education Association reports. NOTICE OK HEARING ON PETI- TIO.V FOR PROBATE OF HILL AKO FOB LETTERS TESTA.ME.NTART No. 33433 In the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of San Bernardino. In the Matter of the Estate of MARV B. HARGRAVES. also known as MARY BARTON HABCBAVES, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that lh» peUtion of Almon Barton Buggies for the Probate of Will of Mary B. Hargraves. also known as Mary Barton Bargraves. the above named decedent, and for the issuance of Letters Testamentary thereon to Almon Barton Ruggles, petitioner, reference to which is hereby made for further particulars, will be heard at 9:30 o'clock a.m.. on March 27. 1964, in the court room of the Probate Department. Room 308 of the above en­ tiUed Court at the courthouse in the City of San Bernardino in the aljova designated cotmtr and state. Dated March 16. 1964. V. DENNIS WARDLC. Clerk. By Edith Campbell. Deputy Clerk. DAN C. A. SMITH, lOS'i Orange St., Redlands. CaliL. Attorney for Petitioner. (First Dublication Mar. IT. 19641 TIZZY By Kate Osann i 5-/7 • nu tr m«, fee TJ4. h» u u. Off. "I've got five dollars and a quarter. Miss La Rue. What do you say we go out on the town?" "it seems to me Dickens had no concept teen-ager!" of the modem

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