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BEN CASEY By NEAL ADA3IS SHORT BIBS By FRANK O'NEAL DAN FLAGG By DON SHERWOOD MRS. DIAA-OND'S A PINE LOOaiN GAL, SKIPPER. / AND THE WAY ALEX -' TALIPED ABOUT HER, SHE'S AS GOOD ON THE IN9DE AS SHE APPEARS ON THE SURFACE. GUARD YOUR FLANK, \ / SKIPPER. I DON'T \/ I WANT THEM WEDDING 1/ B BELLS BREAKING UP THAT OLD SANS OF MINE, AT EASE, GUNNY. I've BECOME O'JITE ADEPT AT PRSACHER DODGING. ALTHOUGH.. .IF A FELLOW HAD TO GO, TAKING THE PLUNGE WITH MRS. DIAMOND MIGHT BE ^ PRACTICALLY PAINLESS. MORTY BIEEKLE By DICK CAVALLI ALLEY OOP By V. T. HAIVILIN PRISCILLA'S POP By AL VEBMEER DON'T t=OP?SEt) OLIVER, POP.'. CAPTAIN EASY By LESLIE TCBNEB ietr» $0 T H£-$ NOW TUKNEP KS UXJO FASOKTini SENSITIVE WITH SISNATUffS TO PWKTIUa A BOOM ABOUT A WKEXEOmVE* WITH U7T5 OF«W (L TO MISSTEP IM HtSVOOTH- woe JAIL A MACHUJE / HMM»X THATPOPLiaTES/ ASSUME , PKEosas'-.OM lirasieM SQU» OF UTTERsVCHKKSi • AMY SiattTUEES X .TOO? HE ALSO COUECTS AUrOSfUfXS. NOTTOM CeLEBKITSSASMllCHAS H«J «1 «e*0 (tE5OLVBiri MENNIHSKESIOM! OUK BOARDING HOUSE witii MAJOR HOOPLB OCT OCR WAY J. R. ^VILLIA3IS I 6crrALL-m= WAV TO THE STORE AKf PJSOaVEKED rDLOSTTWaKO- CERyUSTOWTH' WAY-I SPENT ABOUT AM HOUR LOOWKKBUTI COULPWT FiNC? rr.' ./ WHATA RELIEF/THERE WERE 1 FDURTHlMSS OW ThWT U^WIENERS, MARSH.V\AUXVJS, COOKIES AN' MILK—AM' WHE.M I 5>AWyXJ COMlWPOWWm'STREET EMPTY-HAWDEP AFTER BEIW" SOME SO LOMS, I THOUfiKT 'lOU'P STOPPED ON THEWW/BACKAN" HAP A PlCtJIC 12 - lues, April H1K4 KedtandiOaify Foefi TELEVISION IN REVIEW By BIGK DC BBOW HOLLYWOOD (UPI)—Times do change. There, on ABC-TV's Academy Awards telecast Mon day night, was Alice Faye do ing the commercials. And there was Tuesday Weld handing outi an award. The show must go on. It was a pretty fair show Monday night too, despite the BESOLBTION' No. i36t RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND THE crry COUNCIL or THE crry or REDLANDS DECLARING THAT PROCEEDINGS HAVE BEEN INTTIATED BY THE COUNCIL or THE CITY or BEDLANDS TO ANNEX TO SAID CfTY CERTAIN UNINHABITED TEHRTTOBY DESCRIBED HEREIN AND DESIGNATED "ANNEXATION DISTRICT No. 20," AND GIVING NOTICE OF SUCH PROPOSED ANNEXATION. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE MAYOR AND THE CITY COUNCIL or THE CITY OF BEDLANDS: SECTION ONE: That, pursuant to; the provisions ot the "Annexation of Uninhabited Territory Act of 1939." proceedings have been initiated by the Council of the City of RedlandJ. on iu own motion, to annex to the City of Redlands all that uninhabited territory situated in the County of Ean Bernardino, State of California, hereby designated as "Annexation District No. 20" and described a» follows: The West »3 of Government Lot 10, Section 12. To»-nship 2 South, Range 3 West, San Bernardino Base and Meridian, in the County of San Bernardino, State ot California, according to the official plat of said land filed June 9. 1880, in the office of Uie Bureau of Land Management. EXCEPTING THERE­ FROM that portion commencing on the Southeast comer of said West U of Government Lot 10: thence along the East line of the West "i North 315 feet: thence West parallel with the South line of said lot 300 feet: thence North paraUel to the East line of the West H of said Lot 10, 285 feet: thence West parallel to the South line of said lot 33a feet, more or less, to a point in the West line of said Lot: thence South along said West line 600 feet to the Southwest comer of said Lot: thence East along South line to the point ot beginning. Approximately 1X17 acres. SECTION TWO: That the City Council of the City of Redlands desires to Annex said uninhabited territory to the City of Redlands for the following reasons: The territory is contiguous to the City of Redlands and its proposed annexation will contribute to and facilitate the orderly growth and development of both the City and the territory proposed to be annexed; will fa cilitate and contribute to the proper, and orderly layout, design and construction of streets, gutters, side-! walks, sanitary and storm water sewers and drainage facilities, both within the City and within the territory proposed to be annexed: and will provide and facUitate proper overall planning and zoning of lands, and subdivision of lands in said City and said uninhabited territory, in a manner most conducive to the wel fare ot said City and said uninhabited territory. SECTION THREE: That a written petition for annexation, signed by all property owners within the territory proposed to be annexed, is on flic in the office of the City Clerk. SEcno .N FOUR: That the County Boundary Commission ot San Bernardino County, California, did in session duly assembled on February 6, ISBi. approve the proposed annexation boundaries of said "Annexation No. 20" as above diescribed and that it was approved by the Local Agency Formation Commission at a regular meeting thereof held March 16. 1964. as submitted to said Commissions by the Council of the City of Redlands. SECTION FIVE: That April 21. 1964, at the hour of 7 .-00 p.m. in the Council Chambers in the Safely Hall. 212 Brookslde Avenue, in the City of Redlands. County of San Bernardino, California, Is hereby fixed as the time and place when and where any person owning real property within the City of Redlands who does not also own property within the territory to be annexed, and having any objections to the proposed annexation, may appear before the Council of the City of RedUnds and show cause why such uninhabited territory should not be annexed to said City of Redlands. SECTION SIX: The City Oerk of the City of Redlands is hereby au thorlzed and directed to cause i copy of this resolution to be published at least once in the Redlands Daily Facts, a newspaper of general circutaUon published in said City of Redlands, the city to which it is proposed to annex the aforesaid territory, said publication to complete at least four (4i days prior to the date set tor hearing. SECTION SEVEN: In the event there is, upon the land proposed to be annexed a structural improvement owned, being acquired or leased by a county fire protection district, the said Clerk Is directed to cause written notice of such proposed an-' nexatlon to be mailed to the governing body of such district, such notice to be sent not less than ten (10) days before the first public hearing upon such proposeil annexation. SECTION EIGHT: The City aerk is directed to cause written notice to be given to such other persons as may be legally entitled thereto, in the manner required by law. ADOPTED. SIGNED ATfD APPROVED this 7th day of April, 1964. AYES: Coundlmen Martloer, Wagner. Mayor Parker. NOES: Councilmen Hartiell. Burroughs. ABSENT: None. 5/ CHARLES C. PARKER, Mayor of the City ol Redlands. Attest: HAZEL M. SOPER, City Clerk. Approved for Form: s/ EDWARD F. TAYLOR. City Attorney. usual fluhs, and despite Hollywood's annual discourtesy of faiUng to say a few kind words tor those molders of movie town's image who died since the last awards, such as Peter Lorre. As a production, the telecast got off to a decently brisk start After aerial shots that moved in on the Santa Monica, Calif., Civic Auditorium, where the function is notv held. Rock Hudson, pleasant and forthright and ignoring screaming youngs ters, led viewers into the building and took his seat in the audience. The orchestra then got things rolling with a lively Hollywood medley. As a rule, emcees for extravaganzas are too often fellows who would enter a battle of wits unarmed, in the words of the late Mr. Lorre. Monday night, however, one tuned in expecting a great deal more because Jack Lemmon was the master of ceremonies. He did, indeed, show some flashes of wit, but for too long at the start he attempted being a monologist, which he isn't li^ may well be that a good standup comedian wth audience experience, such as Danny Thomas or Jack Benny or someone more closely identified with movies (besides the longtime host Bob Hope), is probably better suited for the task. The two-hour broadcast moved reasonably smoothly, and as it went along we decided on our awards for the Acad emy Awards show: —Knockout looker of the night: -Angle Dickinson. The elderly foreign gentleman to whom she presented a statuette drew a laugh when he suggested he would rather take Mi.ss Dickinson home. \Vhat did she do that was so outstanding? She doesn't have to do anything. She just stands better than any one else. OUR ANCESTORS "Why bother goin' to the World's Fair? The new raitroad brings everything worth seeing right here to Apache Comers!" Resignatioii oeceptance delayed PALM SPRfNGS (UPf)- Gwyn Wilson has resigned from the board of directors of the Mt San Jacinto Winter Park Au thority, it was reported today The City Council voted not to accept the resignation for 30 days with the hope that he might reconsider. Wilson, 65, a member of the board since 1954, resigned because of other commitments. —Discovery of the night: A big, handsome singer named Harve Presnell, who sang one of the nominated tunes and would be a smash if the movies were still making Nelson Eddy- type films. Presnell soon will soon be on view in the movie The Unsinkable Molly Brown." He has a big voice and knew where he was every inch of the way. —Funniest goof and recovery When Sammy Davis Jr., read the nominees for one category and then was mistakenly given the winner of a different cate gory to announce, thereby deflating its suspense, he ad libbed: "Wait UU the NAACP hears about this." The audience on hand roared with laughter. Davis, by the way, was the sole entertainer to do a routine| on the telecast —Vignette of the night: Two veteran filmland figures aging gracefully—one, Jimmy Stewart presenting an Oscar to the oth er, tiny camerman James Wong| Howe, for "Hud." Th« ChanntI Swim: Hoagj' Carmichael gets a two-hour salute on NBC-TV's "Today" program April 24, the he'll show up to sing some of his songs and reminisce . . . CBS-TV's NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 334S0 Superior Court of the Slate of Call fomia. for the County ot San Bernardino. Estate of OSCAR P. WYATT. Deceased. Notice is hereby given to the credt tors ot the above named decedent that all persons having claims against the said decedent are required to file thero. with the necessary vouchers. In the oince of the clerk ot the above entiUed court, or to present them, with the necessary vouchers, to the undersigned at the law office of F. A. Leonard, Esq,, P. O. Box ZIB, Sulla 6. Investment Building, Redlands, California, which Is the place ot business ot the undersigned in all matters pertaining to the estate of said decedent, within six months alter the first publication of this noUce. Dated April 13, 1964. THELMA CREACEY, As Executriv of the Will of the above named decedent F. A. LEO.VARD, Redlands, CaUfomia, Attorney for Executrix. (First publication April 14. 1964) SOTtCE TO CREOrrORS No. 33423 Superior Court of the State ot Call fomia. for the County of San Bernardino. Esute of HENBIETTA L. LOGWOOD. Deceased. Notice 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 entiUed court, or to present them, with the necessary vouchers, to the undersigned at the law office of Paul B. Wilson and Guay P. Wilson, 306 East State Street, Red-: lands. California, which is the place of business of the undersigned in all matters pertaining to the ^tate. of said decedent, within six months after the first pubUcation of this, noUce. 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 State Street, Redlands, California, Tel: 792-33:73. Attorneys for Executor. (First pubUcaUon Mar. 24, 1964) NOTICE OF SALE OF STOCK IN BULK NOTICE IS HEREBY GfVEN, purr, . xr., t.«..- A «-:i ««|suant to the provisions of Section Danny Kaye hour for AprU 22\3i4o .i ot the Civii code of the state features Vincent Price. The Miss Universe pageant is set again for CBS-TV, from Mi ami Beach Aug. 1 . . . Same network's "The Defenders" for May 2 is about an American newsman who is denied a passport because of an unauthorized trip he made to Red China. Now You Know By Uniftd Pnss Inttmatientl The best way to estimate the age of a bridge is by measuring its gkth of masonry—latter day bridges are marked by the gradual widening of the average span and the gradual narrowing of the average pier, according to the Encyclopedia Brit- tanica. SIDE GLANCES By GUI Fox "Gracious me! What a lovely lot of loot!" of California, that Wm. F. Blankenship and Edithe M. Blankenship, intend to sell to Joseph T. RanuneU aU that certain personal property consisting generally ot fbcturea, equipment and stock of merchandise of a egg business, known as Sunny- mom Egg Farm belonging to said Wm. F. Blankenship and located at 825 South 3rd, City of Yucalpa, County of San Bernardino, Stale of California, and that the purchase price thereof wiU be paid, on or after, the 24th day of April, 1964. at the offices ot The American National Co.. in The American National Bank Bldg.. 296 W. Highland, City of San Bernardino, County of San Bernardino, State ot California, at IO:0O o'clock a.m. That the address of said vendor is 13607 Third Ave., City of Yucalpa, County of San Bernardino. State of California, and the address of said vendee is 749 South Riverside. City ot Rialto. County ot San Bernardino. SUIe of California. Dated April 7th, 1964. WJL F. BLANKENSHIP. Vendor, and/or JOSEPH F. BA5IMELL. Vendee. THE ALMANAC Today is Tuesday, April 14, the 105th day of 1964 with 261 to follow. The moon is approaching its first quarter. The morning star is Saturn. The evening stars are Venus and Mercury. On this day in histoiy: In 1828, the first edition of Noah Webster's dictionary wa» published. In 1861, Union troops surrendered to the Confederate army at Fort Sumter. In 1865, President Lmcoto was fatalty shot by John Wilkes Booth whUe watching the play 'Our -American Cousin." In 1951, Argentine dictator Juan Peron seized La Prensa, Argentina's most influential newspaper. A thought for the day: The U.S. Ambassador to the U.N., Adlai Stevenson, said: "Let's talk sense to the American peo< pie. Let's tell them the truth, that there are no gains without pains." NOW YOU KNOW By United Prtss Intomatienal 'The island of Cyprus has been ruled by the Assyrians, Persians, Egyptians, Bomans, Bj-zantines, Lisignans, Venetians, Turks, Greeks and British, according to the World Almanac. In NOTICE OF REARING ON PETITION FOB PROBATE OF WILL A.V1> FOR LETTERS TESTASIENTABY No. 33533 In the Superior Court of the State ot California, in and for the County of San Bernardino. the Matter of the EsUte of MABEL LARSON KENNEDY, also known as MABEL L. KENNEDY, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the petition of the Bank ot America National Trust and Savings Association for the Probate of WiU of Mabel Larson Kennedy, also known as Mabel L. Kennedy, the above named decedent, and for the issuance of Letters TestaroenUry thereon to the Bank ot America National Trust and Savings AssociaUon. peutioner. reference to which is hereby made for further particulars. wiU be heard at 0 o'clock a.m.. on April 24th. 1964, the cotirt room of the Probate Department, Room 308 of the abtive entitled Court at the courthouse in the . of San Bernardino in the abov« designated county and state. Dated April 13. 1964. v. DENNIS WARDLE, Oerk. By Edith CampbelL Deputy Clerk. PAUL B. WILSON. GUAY P. WILSON, 306 E. SUte St., Redlands. CaUf.. Attorneys for Petitioner. (First publication April 14, 1964) Sui NOTICE TO CSEDrrOBS No. 33479 jperior Court of the State of California, for the County ot San Bernardino. Estate of lONE CAMEKY, Deceased. Notice 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 ol the clerk of the above entitled court, or to present them, with the necessary vouchers, to the undersigned at the law office of F. A. Leonard. Es-j., Suite 6, Investment Building. P. O. Box 276. 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 publicatloa of this noUce. ' Dated April 13. 1964. J. EVELYN MURPHY. As Exectitrix of the Will et the above named decedent. F. A. LEONARD. Esq.. Redlands, California. Attorney for Executrix(First publication April 14. 1964) SWEETIE PIE By Nadine Seltzer "1 thought you nSgtA like soma fo!k sonft with yourcoffeer

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