Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 27, 1964 · Page 13
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BEN CASEY By NEAL ADAMS jusrote /mnE, DOCTOR: «ES MADE ITOaR HE WANTS NO PART OF AIJOTHEPEEUMG 15 MUTUAL! SHORT Bros By FBANK O'NEAL THem ^S FAVtoBlTE NIECe IS eoiNGTOEUJPEWrrHHER. OH, NO I'LL REMAIN CALM AND CDOUAND—" / I'LL REMAIN \ ( A BACHELOR, r. DAN FLAGG By DON SUEBWOOD MOBTY 9IEEKLE By DICK CAVALLI 7?r i A^AYBgHeGOr \ 6000RBDtFe /A t R-VWQ'SAUCBR. ALLEY OOP By V. T. HAlttLIN B THERE ANVTHINS IM RARnOJLAR MXI WISH TD Ht*tT? ..THEREBACRnTER . I SAW AROUNP HERE { JUST TH'OTHER tW- A FLviNS HORSE; PE5SASUS? PRISCILLA'S POP By AL VEBSIEEB CAPTAIN EASY By LESLIE TUBNER OUR BOARDING HOUSE with JIAJOB HOOPLE OUT OCR WAY OHi HELIOS ARMeKEtSEHT US' TO lUOliieE ABOUT AMOM WINDHOKSTS-Ht C0»B>1T10«- J. R. WILLIAJIS I TOO BAD SOU CVAAPS CAM>T 30lf^ M= ATTHS OP .^RA BOTtODESS [T '5 LIKE HIGH FlMAt>iCE-«wCuaUK£ 6 !MPLY teM'T FDK TH£ OTHER CAY K 5, OPFERED ME HALF HI 6 TICKET FOR ' A SUCK FIFTY/ TO BANS 'HEAtJS WITH A| BOLL MOOSE.' • THINK HE WON tHO(JSANDS= IN HOLLYWOOD Finr Beaties, now Lodybugs By EnUne JotaaaoB HOLLYWOOD — (NEA) What's behind this sprins's mu sical madness which has made the Beatles — and now the Ladybugs will be with us, too— j almost as intriguing to adoles cents as lie birds and the bees? (Yes, the Ladybugs are getting into the yeab-yeah-yeab act. Yes, in goofy wigs and just as loud as the Beatles.) So what's the answer? Here are some o£ their fans, 12 to 16, talking about the mop- topped Beatles: A girl, age 12: "I like 'em because my mother doesn't" A boy 17: "I like their musical beat." A girl, 13: "I like 'em because I can't understand the words they are singing." A boy,. 14: "They sound like I feel most of the time." The answers leave no doubt that the Beatles are a self-iden- tiiicatjon image for the young set. The kids not only see release from parent control but the opportunity to register personal importance. The Ladybugs — four chirp- ers in black leotards, wUte "Ladybug" sweat shirts and recruited from television — are swarming on the bandwagon in the wake of those British lads who are smashing all existing record album sales. Beneath the goofy wigs the Ladybugs are Jeannine Riley, Pat Woodell and Linda Kayc ot CBS-TV's "Petticoat Junction series and Sheila James of the 'Dobie Gillis" show. The idea for the group came from Paul Kenning, creator of both the Beverly Hillbillies and "Petticoat Junction' shows. Henning's first thought was to have the Buddy Bbsen clan don wigs for a murderous satire of the Beatles. On second thought he decided his Petticoat gals would do better at the swinging song bit. If the girls click as big as the Beatles, there is big money to be made. The "Meet The Beatles" album has sold 3,600,000 copies, right up tliere with Vaughn Meader's "Firs t Family." Automitie Sungliss PITTSBURGH (UP!) - Tw Pittsburgh scientists have de veloped an automatic sunglass at Mellon Institute. The glass darkens in sunlight and slowly returns to its clear state when the light is removed. Officials said the glass might be used in space e.Yploratton, automobile windsliields and prescription eyeglasses. It was de veloped by Dr. Alvin J. Cohen professor of geochemistry at the University of Pittsburgh, in cooperation with H. L. Smith NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE T.O. No. 33-382 On Thursday. April 16. I9S4, at U:0O a.m.. TITLE INSURANCE AND TRUST COMPANY, as duly appoint ed Truitee under and punuant tQ Deed of Trust dated Scpttmber 20, I96J, executed by I.AWRENCE D'AN- GEU> and lUiA D'ANCELO. husband and wife, and recorded September 28. 19S2, in book S7T9. page 441, of Official Records In the office of County Recorder of Sas Bernardino County, California, WnX SELL AT PUBUC AUCTION TO raCHEST BIDDER FOR CASH (payable at time of sale la lawful money of the United SUtes) In the Main entrance of the Pioneer TlUe Office of Title Insurance and Trust Company, at 340 Fourth Street. San Bernardino. CalifomU. aU right, title and Interest conveyed to and now held by it under said Deed of Trust In the Property situated In the Red-" lands Judicial District, in said County and SUtc described as: Lot ID. Block 3. ENTERPRISE TRACT No. 1. in the City of Redlands. County of San Bernardino, SUte of CalifomU. as per map recorded in Book 14 of Maps, page 34, in the office of the County Recorder of said County. Said tale wUI b« made, but with out covenant or warranty, express or implied, regardlnff title, possession, or encumbrances, to pay the remaining unpaid principal sum of the note secured by said Deed of Tnist, to-wit: «10.401.40, with Interest from June 1, 1963. as In said note provided, advances, if any, under; the terms of said Deed of Trust, fees, charges and expenses of the Trustee and of Uie trusts created by aald Deed of Trust. The beneficiary tinder said Deed of Trust, by reason of a breach or default In the obUgaUons secured thereby, heretofore executed and delivered to the undersigned a written Declaration of Default and Demand for Sale, and wrltun noUce of breach and of election to cause the undersigned to seU said property to satisfy said obllgaUons, and thereafter, on December 16, 1963, the undersigned caused said noUce of breach and ot election to be recorded in book 6048, page 39S. of said Official Records. Date: March 17, 1964. (SEAL) TITLE INSURANCE AND TRUST COMPANY as said Trustee, /s/ By Keith A. Gregory, Assistant Secretary. NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT NOBTBBBAE WATER COMPANY Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the Board of Directors held on the 9th day of March, 19M, an a»ctsment of Five Dollar* (tS-OOi per share was levied upon the shares of the corporation, payable to the Secretary of the corporaUon at 660 E. BcdUnds Blvd., Redlands, CaUfor- nia. Any shares upon which this assessment remains unpaid on the 23rd day of April, 1964. will be delinquent, and unless payment be made prior to delinquency the said shares, or as many of them as may be necessary will be sold at the office of the corporation, 660 E. Redlands Blvd., Redlands. California, on the 22nd day of May. 19S4, at lOKM o'clock a.m. of such day, to pay the delinquent assessment, together with penalty of five per cent of the amount of the assessment on such shares, or be forfeited to the corpo­ raUon. Dated: March 9, 1964. G. R. Rees. Secretary, Northbrae Water Company. Two arrested for dynamite on track Jtedloncfs Dally Facts Friday^ Mar. 27, SWEETIE PIE By Nadine Sdfier "Mind if I share your umbrella?" TELEVISION IN REVIEW MIAMI (UPI) - A railroad union official and 10-year em­ ploye of the Florida East Coast Railway was arrested Wednesday and charged with setting 50-pound dynamite bomb trap on a track south of Vero Beach March 12. Three other men were arrested within hours after the dyna mite bomb was rigged under the noses of FBI agents who had staked out the tracks on tip from in informer. But fourth man escaped, agent said. John Katsikos, 40, Tecording secretary for Local 555 of the Brotherhood of Railroad Car Men at Miami, was apparently the fourth man. Katsikos was charged both with conspiracy to set the dy namite trap and with actually placing the bomb on the railroad trestle spanning a canal south of Vero Beach. After FBI agents watched the bomb being set from their biding places near the trestle, they said they followed Joseph Leo Vetter of Miami and John Wesley into Fort Pierce and arrested them. The next day, Hugh Winn of Miami was arrested. All three were former FEC employes and member of oper^ ating railroad unions. They are awaiting trial on federal train wreck charges under $50,000 bond each. State paric study SACRAMENTO (UPI) - San Diego's "Oid Town" would be studied as a possible candidate for yet-to-bc-approved state park funds under a resolution introduced Wednesday by Assemblyman James R. Mills, D-San Diego. ASSESSMENT NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN.-That at a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Grant Water Company, held on the I9th day of March, 1964 an assessment of seven dollars per share was levied on outstanding shares of'the CaplUl stock of the Corporation, payable immedUtcly to the secretary of the corporaUon at, the office of the company. Grant Water. Company (310 West Olive Avenue), P.O. Box 542, Redlands, California. Any assessment remaining unpaid upon any of the said shares of stock on the 2Sth day ot April, 1964. wiU declared delinquent and subject a SCi penalty upon the amount thereof and such delinquent shares or as many thereof as may be necessary WiU be sold to the highest bidder for cash at a pubUc auctlon'held at the office of the Company 510 West Olive Avenue, Redlands, California on the 23rd day of May, 1964 at the hour of 3:(M o'clock p.m. of that day to pay the delUiquent assessment together with the penalty aforesaid. Dated March 19. 1964. GEO. T. MUSSON. Sec'y. GRANT WATER COMPANY. By BICK DC BBOW HOLLYWOOD (UPI) — Over in Las Vegas there used to be a cowboy who spent some ofj the worst hours of his life try ing to make a horseman out of yours truly. At heart, though he was reaUy a television critic, and his specialty was west- ems. He didn't care about acting or writing or directing or stuff like that. What he cared about was how the stars rode. Most of them, he felt, sat a saddle like "washer-women." He did have some favorites, though. He liked Richard Boone in "Have Gun, Will TraveL' He thought Jim Amess was okay in "Gunsmoke." He feU Steve McQueen and Chuck Con nors learned well too. But the beset, hands down, he said, were "those boys in 'Rawhide'," Eric Fleming and Clint Eastwood. "That show really gets the feel of cowboys on the trail." I can't testify as an expert on that point, but I'm glad to report that "Rawhide" will be NOTICE or HEARING ON PETITION FOB PROBATE OF WILL AND FOB LETTERS TESTAMENTARY No. 33478 In the Superior Court of the State of CaUfomla. in and for the County, of San Bernardino. In the Matter of the Estate of lONE CAMERY, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the petiUon of I. Evelyn Murphy for the Probate of WiU of lone Camery. the above named decedent, and for the issuance of Letters Testamentary thereon to J. Evelyn Murphy, petitioner, reference to which Is hereby made for further particulars, wiU tie heard at 930 o'clock a.m., on Friday. April 10, 1964. in the court room of the Probate Department. Room 308 of the above entiUed Court at the courthouse In the City of San Bernardino in the above designated county and state. Dated March 2S. 1964. V. DENNIS WARDLE. Qerk. By EdlUi CampbeU. Deputy Oerk. r. A. LEONARD. Suite 6. InvestJnent Bldg., . . Redlands, California, Attorney for Petitioner. (First publication Mar..26. 1964) back on CBS-TV again ne.\t season. As pure escape, I don't know of any regular series easier to take, and one of the reasons is that Fleming and Eastwood are such unaffected performers. Flemmg, particularly, gives the Thursday night show a firm, human and trustworthy flavor. There is humor and warmth in many of the adventures. Thursday night, for instance, Mickey Booney turned up as a childlike wanderer looking for a girl he had heard sing years before and fell in love with. He finds her, as a saloon employe, and after hearing her sing again be flees to resume his wandering. But in his short acquaintance with Fleming and his drovers, he brings them a sense of romance. Rooney works so often, in bad shows as well as good, that one sometimes forgets what a wonder he can be. At the start of the series, by the way, he couldn't ride but pretended he could. After three days he was told he looked great in a saddle — "steely- eyed and powerful." What his admirers didn't know was that "I was so sore I couldn't move. That steely-eyed look was really a grimace of pain." Not any more. The Channel Swim: Baseball headliners Don Drysdale, Willie Mays and Leo Durocher appear on ABC-TV'S Donna Reed show April 16. . . "The Dakotas," a routine western series that got a few cheers in the United States, is the top-rated program in Glasgow. The Bill Dana series was renewed by NBC-TV for next season and win move into the prime-time slot now occupied by Imogene Coca's "Grindl," which apparently is out. CARNIVAL By Dick Turner hi f y- i V NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL AND CODICILS AND roit LETTERS TESTAMENTARY . . . No. 33481 In the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of San Bernardino. In the Matter ot Uie EsUte of ELFREDA WEMMER. Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the petition of Fred P. Foy for the Probate of wm and Codiella thereto of Elfreda Wemmer, the above named decedent, and for the issuance of Letters Testamentary thereon to Fred Foy, petitioner, reference to which is hereby made for further particulars, wlU be heard at 9:30 o'clock a.m., on Friday, April 10, 1964, in the court room of the Probate Department. Room 308 . of the above entiUed Court at the courthouse In the City of San Bernardino in the above designated county and state. Dated March 25. 1964. V. DENNIS WARDLE. Clerk. By EdiUt CampbeU. Deputy Clerk. F. A. LEONARD. Suite 6. Investment Bldg-, Redlands. C:aUfomia. Attorney for PetiUoner. (First pubUcatlon Mar. 26, 1964) NOTICE OF HEARING OS PETl- TIO.V FOB PROBATE OF WILL A.VB FOB LETTERS TESTAMENTARY No. 33430 In the Superior Court of the Stale ot California, in and for the County ot San Bernardino. In the Matter of the Estate of OSCAR P. WYATT, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the petition of Thclma Creacey for the Probate of WUI of Oscar P. Wyatt. the above named decedent, and for the issuance of Letters Testamentary thereon to Thelraa Creacey. petitioner, reference to which Is hereby made for further particulars. wiU be heard at 9:30 o'clock a.m., on Friday, April 10. 1994. In the court room of the Probate Department. Room 308 of the above enUUed Court at the courthouse In the City of San Bernardino in the above designated county and state. Dated March 25. 1964. V. DENNIS WARDLE, aerk. By Edith CampbeU. Deputy Clerk. F. A. LEONARD. Suite 6, Investment Bldg., Redlands, California. Attorney for Petitioner. (First pubUcaUon Mar. 26, 1964> Damon Runyon Antw*r to Prtvieut Piiztl* ACSOSS 4ristas l«Litue 5 Brother (ab.) 12 Norse naviptor " 14 Great Lake 15 •Tie Kfd" — MohammeiFf 17Dtwn(poeL) 18 Pelts iVf*^' . 27Halionar su(xcaors (vtr.) 23 Round plate 31 Compelled " • STRope 9 3-27 "What convtrtt itstif fnto «iMf|y at tt» boiline point? ... 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