Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 7, 1964 · Page 12
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Redlands, California
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Tuesday, April 7, 1964
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BEN CASEY By NEAL ADAMS | j 2 -Tue $d8y, Apr. 7. m Redldnds Daily facts / iMotTTBLyeaiuu/eaiTHKr' aUSSaEKMOEWSiCE- Z'MMMDCCMB'WSHSHMnSARE^ OPAI«90t«U.CMN>(mE NRUiE. NOf/lETIte. imKBRSHAMCl SHOKT BIBS By FRANK O'NEAL r—— ^ DAN FLAGG By DON SHEBWOOD MOETT DIEEKLE By DICK CAVALLI rMdOeTNOTRr TDUVEWnHIN •IHETWOENINS -'I 4/-7 ALLEY OOP By V. T. HA3ILIN WEu.,1 MUSTSwrrs A MOST JEMARKA«£ PERFORMANCE UP en«4Wwii.«-.TXi...iu.N«.ei PRISCILLA'S POP By AL YEBAIEER Nothing shall come between us. That was our weddinij vow; But time has a habit of chanJjinJj thinbs And look what's between U3 now! An CAPTAIN EASY By LESLIE TURNER TEU.ME 7 WELUirS A OSWtfi WHEKE UEEPV AgOUr A*Otf* ICHAKACTER* WITH CIWTWE MINP$ UVE PET pROjecr-VBEe ron A VEAK WHIIE BCPEBMENTIIJ' THE MtKEB- ^ OM PET IPEA5 OK IHVE»mON51 WINDHORST FCUNPATION HE SETUPONTHB PROPEBTYTHE/ INHERITEP.' HOrtABE Y PUNNO. 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WU'RE eOMWA^WPATMETO CHAXkSE TH' BAWnAfiE EVER/ TIME rr GETS t3IRmC50I -MERELY USAVIWP THE OUTSIDE LAVER, CUT rrOFF, AM' XM BACK W SU5IWESS.' THE V*3Rey WART TELEVISION IN REVIEW OUE ANCESTORS By KICK DC BBOW HOLLYWOOD (ULl) - Ernie Stem once wed the boss of a hotel chain: "Call me collect at your hoteL" When the executive called, Ernie told him there were two dirty blankets on his bed and it was a heck of a way to run a place. Another time, Ernie bought a new car, and when one of the doors squeaked he pointed it out to the dealer. The dealer just laughed. Ernie immediate-! ly wired to the president of the company in Detroit, and the next day the dealer was in Ernie's office, hat in hand, making amends. The chances are you never heard of Ernie, or anonymity usually accompanies those in his line of work. Ernie was the publicity chief here for CBS- TV, and when he died of a heart attack last week at the age of 48 there was an overflow turnout at the chapel where services for him were held. There were good reasons for that turnout, and I think you might be interested in some ofj them and in Ernie. He was a small man physically, slight ofj build, quiet by nature, intelligent and tasteful, with a giant- sized sense of competence and decency. But above all he had a sense of indignation against "the system" and wrongs that were docilely accepted, and when this feeling was aroused be revealed a personal flam where the star was visiting a friend and ordered him out ofj the building. Ernie- also had a sense of conscience toward • television that many producers would do well to emulate. He was personally proud of such shows as "The Defenders" and "CBS Reports," and he would tell you which ones he wasn't proud of too. We watched Princess Grace's CBS tour of Monaco together, and diook our heads si- multaneouslyr And if he didn't agree with you, he would tell you that too, loud and clear, newspaper outlet or not. He hated meetings though he worked in a business' that may be described as a series of meetings occasionally interrupt ed by creativity. A sig^ on his wall said: "No creative idea ever came from a meeting- creating ideas is a lonely thing." Ernie was a good man. boyance far more legitimate than that of most of the performers he had to promote. Once, at CBS-TV's main office and studio building here, a top star didn't like a picture of himself that was displayed on one of the hallway walls. He tore it down. Ernie heard about it, marched down to the studio NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILI. AND FOR LETTERS TESTAHENTAR7 No. 33S10 In the Superior Court a( the State of CalUomia, In and for the County of San Bernardino. In the Matter of the EsUte of LORENA E. CBOATE, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the petition of Bank of America National Tnut and Savings Assodatioa for the Probate of WIU of Lorena E. Choate, the above named decedent, and for the issuance of Letters Testamentary thereon to Bank of America National Tnut and Savings Association, petitioner, reference to which is hereby made for further particulars, vill be heard at 0:30 o'clock a.m., on April 17. 19G4. in the court room of the Probate Department. Room 308 of the above entitled Court at the courthouse in the City of San Bernardino' in the above designated county and state. Dated April 3. 1964. V. DENNIS WARDLE, Oet-k. By Edith Campbell. Deputy Clerk. RUSSELL GOODWIN, Attorney for Petitioner. (First pubUcatlon April 6. 1964) The Channti Swim: "CBS Be- ports" will present a two-part study of Charles de Gaulle April 29 and May 6.. .Kmg Hussein of Jordan is interviewed on NBC-TV's "Meet The Press April 19.'.. Carlos Lacerda, the governor of the Brazil state Guanabara and a leader of the revolt that has deposed president Joao Goulart, is scheduled to appear on CBS-TV's "Face The Nation" Sunday. •. same day, same network, "Look Up and Live" starts a five-parterj about Christians in relation some of the major institutions of society—the family, state and church. "A-C. or D.C?" Officer held for heoring LOS ANGELES (OTI) —The commander of the Los Angeles Police Department's vice detail was relieved from duty Mon day as a result of investigation into alleged police protection for certain horse race bookmakers, PoUce Chief William H. Parker said Lt. Bodney E. Ingram a 17-year veteran with the force, was being relieved pending hearing by a police board of rights. Diplomat John Foster Dulles, U. S. Sec retary of State during Dwight Eisenhower's administration, also held diplomatic positions under tliree Democratic presidents: Wilson, Roosevelt an Truman. SIDE GLANCES By GUI Fox • tlU V M/^ IK. TM. b«. U rv. M. "Why, Mr. Milsap—how sweetl Soma little old lady • • • )u some day, I'll betl" By Kate Osann IN HOLLYWOOD Kariiryn Grayson— Role takes toll By EnUne Johumn HOLLYWOOD — (NBA) Kathryn Grayson's nervous exhaustion after her long "Camelot" tour cost her 10 days in a Santa Monica hospital. Medics have warned her not to work again until June . . . George Bums' lad Ronnie and actress Whitney Chase called off the marriage. Bobby Darin nixed an offer to sing a nominated song for] the Oscar television show April 13 with, "I'll be too nervous He is a supporting actor nominee. But Bobby Darin nervous? New shocker coming up Planet of the Apes." A surprising novel by Pierre Boulle, author of "The Bridge on the River Kwai," and it's headed for the screen. Format for the Bill Bendix- Martha Raye television show will have them playing a millionaires butler and maid. Martin Milner nixed the top role in "Fanny HiE" stating the "salacious book is com pletely unacceptable to me as an actor." Alfred Hitchcock heads for Russia this summer with an idea he hopes to Sim behind the fron Curtain ... Liz Taylor and Richard Burton signed on the dotted line to costar in "Sands of Kalahari," due for filming in Africa . . . Helen Hayes' sprout, James MacAr thur, signed a two-film deal at UniversaL Why are movies "hotter than ever? Because they reflect "the general change in public taste," argues Geoffrey Shurlock, keeper of Hollywood's ensorship code which has been relaxed" (and that's the understatement of the year) since it was adopted in 1930. What's more, Shurlock (as an employe of the movie produc ers) sees no cause for alarm He says: "What's wrong with taking bawdy material if you come out with a fine picture? For 20 years the movies had to look toward stage plays and novels as a source for material — and we're bound to follow the trend in order to stay in busi- THE ALMANAC Today is Tuesday, April 7, the 98th day of 1964 with 268 to follow. The moon is approaching its new phase. The moming star is Saturn. The evening stars are Venus and Mercury. In 1939, Italy invaded Albania. In 1947, telephone workers in states started a. 23-day strike. In 1953, Dag Hammaxskjold was elected Secretary general of the United Nations. A thought for the day: Norwegian author Henrik Ibsen once said: "There can be no freedom or beauty about a home life that depends upon borrowing or debt." ness. If we can come out as well as we did with an 'Irma la Douce' we have no conflict. "But movies are not going to be able to escape the general contagion if defiance of convention in the mediums of art and communications continnes." Of a different mind is Maureen O'Hara, who is an [outspoken foe of nudity and. sexual misbehavior in movies. "Don't call them adult pictures," says Miss O'Hara. "They're not grownrup. "If the public would boycott such movies there would not be the filth you see today on the screen." But while movies hava changed, movie fans have not Some are as daffy as ever. The woman in Jonesboro, Ark., for example, who asked Jack Lemmon for a pair of his discarded shoes. She wanted, she said, to turn the brogans into a flower planter. The request was so odd Jack sent her a pair and received this note in reply: "I had the shoes waterproofed, lined the insides with tin and nailed them to my front window silL I'm the envy [of all my neighbors now that I have flowers growing in a movie star's shoes." Peter Sellers, admitting he's "disappointing" at parties: "I get all my enjoyment out of listening to people. I'd rather do that than talk. People expect gems to be flowing and I'd rather just listen. I'm very shy. People expect me to be funny, and I'm disappointing." Bids called for highway projects SACRAMENTO (UPI) —Bidf totaling almost $1.5 Bullion were called for Monday by the state Division of Highways for South- em California projects. They included: Los Angeles—Build ramps and frontage roads to convMt -4.1 miles of the four-lane Ventura Freeway between the west city limits of Los Angeles and Las Virgenes Road. Bids will he opened in Los Angeles May 21 with $2.1 million available. Los Angeles — Install traffic signals, lighting and turning lanes at the intersection of Devonshire Street and DeSoto Avenue in Los Angeles. Bids will be opened May 14 in Los Angeles with $75,017 available. San Luis Obispo—Widen and resurface 17.3 miles of Califor- jnia 178 between one-half mile east of Indian Creek and Saa Juan Creek. Bids will be opened May 13 in Sacramento with $210,000 available. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. "Somebody keeps apologiiing for Saturday night Vm going to find out why before I tell him he has the wrong number!" WARNING! DEADLINES For Leffers Perfaining to the Elecfion And For Political Adverffsing Letter Deadline: No letters pertaining to the elecfion will be published after Soiurdoy. letters which directly or indirectly mention the opposition must be submitted by 5 p. m. 11 Thursday, April 9th, to give-the opposition oppor- || tunity to reply if it so wishes. Advertising Deadlines; For Soturdoy — 5 p.m. Thorsdoy, Apr. 9 For Monday — 5 p. m. Friday, Apr. 10

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