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MOT TURTLES, \W LOVE TORTOISE IS THE Moee PRECISE WORD -*<-AND TlAEY REQUIRE AS^JUS| RESIDENCE.'ER, AU—XTRUSTVOO WONT 6E LISWn ^JG| NOUR OVEM FOR A FEW DAVS-' WELL, WITH ME IT WORKED THE OTHER WAY AROUND —rrowLY TOOK >viE A HALF A aSARET FINPOLITHOW mSTD 6ET START AMP HOW EASY IS TD QUIT, '"""^ THE WORRY WART IN HOLLYWOOD Miehad Parks . . . hot, new star By Erskine Johnson HOLLYWOOD — "Another James Dean," they are saying at Universal Studio about somber, taciturn Michael Parks, a 25-year^)ld who clawed his way out of the poverty jungle. 'He'll be as hot as a firecracker at the box office," pre diets a studio executive. "And he's just as explosive," adds the studioman who guides you to the stage where Parks is starring in his first movie, "Daffy." "He's moody, tough and doesn't like to talk about himself. The studio asked him to sit down and answer questions for a publicity biography. His answer was, 'No biography, no publicity. Just list my credits.' " The credits included most of the top television shows, including a Perry Mason with Bette Davis, after which she en thused: He's the greatest young actor in this business today. A real actor who should become a great star." OUR ANCESTORS On the Universal sound stage Michael Parks is rebearsmg a scene with CeUa Kaye, his feminine costar, under Brian Hutton's direction. He has a face you would hardly e-xpect to find on a motion picture sound stage. The face belongs to a harbor dock worker or at the helm of a tramp freighter, or on a shovel- er in a construction gang. It is a rugged face, topped by a shock of imruly brown; hair. The eyes are steely, but I there is a startled look in them when he's asked to talk about the roads that led him to television and then to the starring role of a bum, a drifter named "Fargo" in Universal's "Daffy." Looking back is not, you gather, something he likes to ido. He talks reluctantly, hesitantly, briefly about a childhood of 20 different schools, running away from home at 15, reciting poetry for SW a day in the "beat" coffee houses of San Francisco's North Beach. He mentions a chance to play pro baseball with the Pirates, about his father who shifted from driving a truck to odd jobs when, as one of five children, he lived in Corona, Calif. He mentions working his way from place to place, picking fruit in Cailfomia's valleys and upholstering caskets for a Sacramento firm. "Rembrandt? I believe he's in the drawing room- where else?" TELEVISION IN REVIEW By RICK DU BROW He mentions acting in high school and during part of a year at a Los Angeles junior college. He tells about an agent named Jack Fields, who signed him to a contract after seeing him in the play, "Comparison, in a little theater where, he grins, "the cast outnumbered the audience." NOTICE TO CREDITOaS No. 33384 Superior Court of the Slate of California, for the County of San Bernardino. EsUte of MAUDE B. MOREHEAD. Deceased. Notire Is hereby given 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 clerk of the above cnliUed court, or to present them, with the necessary vouchers, to the undersigned at the law office of F. A. Leonard. ESQ., Suite 6, Investment Building, P. O. Box 278, Redlands, California, which is the place of business of the undersigned in all matters pertaining to the estate of said decedent, wiUiln six months after the first pubUcatlon of Uiis notice. Dated March 9, 1964. THELMA D. FERGUSON. As ExecutrU of the WiU of the above named decedent. F. A. LEONARD, Redlands. California. Attorney for Executrix. iFirst publication Mar. 10, 1964) "I'm not sure," says Parks, when asked if he's married. Then, abrupUy, he changes the subject. The words now are strangely revealing. Before completion of the film NOTICE INVITING SEALED PROPOSALS (BIDS) FOR STEEL SHELLS FOR FIVE BUILDINGS AND ONE CANOPY NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City Council of the City of Redlands invlXxs all and will receive sealed proposals (Bids) up to the hour of 10:00 a.m. on the 7th day of April, 1964. for Furnishing and Erecting Five Steel Shell Buildings and One Canopy The City CouncU of the City of Redlands reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Copies of the contract documents are on file and may be examined in the office of the Director of PubUc Works, City HaU, City of Redlands. California. Said copies may be obtained by payment of a service charge of twenty-five dollars l$25.00) per set. Said service charge will be refunded only for those copies returned to the City as a bonafide bid tor the worlc. Each proposal (bid) shall be made out or submitted on a form to be obtained at the office of the Director of Public "Works and must be accompanied by a cashier's checX, a certified check, or a bidder's bond in anamount not less than ten per cent (10S4I of the amount of the bid. made payable to the order of the City of Redlands, and each bidder proposal shall be sealed and filed with the City Clerk at or before the time in this Notice provided. The above-menUoned check or bond shall be given as a guarantee that the bidder will enter into a contract with the City if awarded the work, and will be declared forfeited if the successful bidder refuses to enter intoj said contract. The successful bidder will be required to furnish a faithful performance bond in an amount equal to one hundred per cent (100%) of the contract price, said bond to be obtained from a surety company satisfactory to the City. All terms and condlUons contained in the contract documents Including the Information to Bidders become a part of the contract No bidder may withdraw his bid for a period of thirty 130) days after the time set for the opening thereof. BV ORDER OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF •rHE CITY OP REDLANDS. SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY, CALIFORNIA. Dated this 17th day of March, 1964. HAZEL M. SOPER, City Clerk, City of Redlands, San Bernardino County, California. young Parks found himself on the front pages. He returned home late from work and found his bride of less than two months, Joanne Morarty, dead in her bed. Several bottles containing sleeping piU prescriptions were found on the premises. "Possible suicide," said the official police report She had an acting career, too. Her death was a tragic blow to him. "He's wondering, friends say, "whether things would have been different if he hadn't been discovered as a star." QUAKE MUDDIES WELLS JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (UPI) — The Alaskan earth quake "muddied" well water in Missouri, state geologist Thomas R. Beveridge said Monday. He said water in some wells dropped three feet and "stayed at that reading." NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING The annual meeting of the stockholders of West Redlands Water Company will be held Tuesday, April 14th, J964. at 10 o'clock a.m., at the Redlands Cooperative Fruit Association. 330 North 6th St, Redlands, California, for the purpose of electing directors for the ensuing year, and the transaction of any other] business that may properly come before said meeting. RcdUnds. California. March 25, 1964. J. R. BRUCKART. JR., SecreUry. NOTICE TO CBEDrrOBS No. 33423 Superior Court of the State of California, for the County of San Bernardino. EsUte of HENRIETTA L. LOGWOOD. Deceased. Notice is hereby given to the creditors of the above named decedent that aU persons having claims against the said decedent are required to file them, with the necessary vouchers, in the office of the cleric of the aljove entitled court or to present them, with the necessary vouchers, to the undersigned at the law office of Paul B. Wilson and Guay P. Wilson, 30« East State Street Bed-! lands. 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 pubUcatlon of this notice. Dated March 24th. 1964. JOSEPH E. LOGWOOD, Executor of the Will of the above named decedent PAUL B. WILSON and GUAY P. WILSON, 306 East SUte Street Redlands, California, Tel: 792-3373, Attorneys for Executor. (First publication Mar. 24, 1964) HOLLY^VOOD (UPI) - The battle for and against pay tele vision in California is pointing up the awkward, though interdependent, relationship between movies and television through the years. At present, opponents of pay television are waging an all-out fight against Subscription Tele vision Inc. (STV), which hopes to offer service to its first batch of viewers in Los Angeles and San Francisco by July. On the side of the anti-pay tele vision movement are most theatre exhibitors. They are de fending "free television." Not too many years ago, when television was first getting on its feet, theatre exhibitors saw the start of an industry that was to provide them with the greatest competition they had ever known, and that eventually was to cause numerous movie houses to close. It is obvious the exhibitors have their reasons to protect the cause the? feel closest to. And California voters undoubtedly will have to decide the pay television matter in a referendum this fall. Yet there is an undeniable irony in the fact that so-called "free television" is now being defended by the atre exhibitors who suffered so much at its hands. In the early years, as trade specialists here have been pointing out, e.xhibitors were arguing that "free television" wasn't really free — that, as one writer puts it, "there were hidden charges to pay televi sion cos\s in the retail prices of automobiles, appliances, household goods, etc. Now they are in the.. .position of endeav oring to protect the known competition against the forces of the unknown." And somefimes with a similar argument. There are those observers who contend that the forces of inevitability are clear, and any­ one who looks at the history of the movies and television would be hard-pressed to deny this.. Meanwhile, some movie companies continue to make it difficult for pay television to get first-run films from them, yet sell large quantifies of motion pictures to the networks. Th« Channel Swim: Films of World's Fair highlights fTom 1893 to the present will be seen on CBS-TV's Ed Sullivan show Sunday.. .NBC-TV, which has a go-minute special for opening night of the New York World's Fair April 22, wiU also devote all two hours of its "Today" program the following morning to opening day. A White House concert for 200 children is scheduled for airing on NBC-TV today at 4:30 p.m. EST; hostesses for the youngsters are President Johnson's two daughters.. .the spectacle-type "Alexander The Great" series seems set as a weekly one-hour entry on ABC- TV for th coming season, with William Shatner as the star. Large male lions may weigh up to 500 pounds, or almost twice as much as their mates. CARNIVAL By Dick Tomer NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL AND FOR LETTERS TESTAMENTARY No. 33492 In the Superior Court of the State of California. In and for the County of San Bernardino. In the Matter of the Estate of LEONARDA E. KLUCK. Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the petition of Stephen F. Kluck for the; Probate of Will of Leonarda F. Kluck. the above named decedent and for the issuance of Letters Testamentary thereon to Stephen F. Kluck. petitioner, reference to which is hereby made for further particulars, wm be heard at 9:30 o'clock ajn., on Friday. April 10, 1964, in the court room of the Probate Department room 303 of the above enutled Court at the courthouse in the City of San Bernardino in the above designated county and state. Dated March 27. 1964. V. DENNIS WARDLE. Oerk., By Edith CanipbeU, I Deputy Clerk. CHARLES A. BtERSCHBACH, 12ii West SUte Street, Redlands, California, Attorney for Petitioner. (First publicatton Mar. 30. 1964) NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOB PROBATE OF WILL AND FOB LETTERS' TESTAMENTARY No. 334S7 In the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of San Bernardino. In the matter of the Estate of WILLLA&I O. HALLETT. Deceased. NoUce Is hereby given that the petiUon of HUdegarde B. Ballett for the Probate of Will of Wmiam O. Hallett the above named decedent, and for the issuance of Letters Testamentary thereon to said petitioner, reference to which is hereby made for further particulars, will be heard at 9:30 o'clock a.m.. on Friday. April 3, 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 20. 1964. V. DENNIS WARDLE, Clerk. By Edith Campbell, Deputy Clerk. EDWIN R. HALES, Attorney for PeUtloner. (First PubUcatlon March 23, IS«4) NOTICE OP HEARING ON PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL AND FOR LETTERS TESTAME.NTARY No. 33466 In the Superior Court of the SUte of California. In and for the County of San BemartUno. In the matter of the EsUte of WILLLAM T. GIBSON, Deceased. Notice Is hereby given that the petition of Roger J. WiUUms for the Probate of WiU of William T. Gibson, the above named decedent and for the Issuance of Letters TesU- mentary thereon to Roger J. Williams, petitioner, reference to which is hereby made for further particulars, will be heard at 9:30 o'clock ajn.. on Friday, April 3. 1964. in the court room of the Probate Department Room 308 of the above en- tiOed Court at the courthouse in the City of San Bernardino In the abova designated eoimXy and sUte. Dated March 20. 1964. V. DENNIS WARDLE. aerk. By Edith Campbell. Deputy Clerk. HENTON S. BBENAN. 306 East SUte Street, RedUnds, California, Attorney for PeUtloner. (First PubUcatlon March 23, 1964) SWEETIE PIE By Nadlne Seltzer "I said i intended to do my part in eliminating deadwood in government—I didn't even mention the word 'resignation'!" "Lady bird, lady bird, where have you gone? Ladv bird lady bird, where have you flown? To the WHITE ' HOUSE, of course!" ^

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