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1973 San Diego guide to where the stars live

A map from Fallbrook to Logan Heights

1 The Alessio Family — Mt. Helix — Owners of Mr. A’s and representative of the noveau-riche in San Diego.

2 Desi Arnaz — Del Mar — Lucille Ball's ex-husband and patient of Silverado Avenue dentist, Dr. Kostelceky.

3 Burt Bacharach — Del Mar — Composer and race horse owner. Lives with actress-wife Angie Dickinson on the Pacific each summer.

4 Buzzie Bavasi — La Jolla — Ex-owner and President of the now defunct San Diego Padres.

5 Billy Casper — La Mesa — Fifth-leading lifetime money winner on the Professional Golf Association Tour.

6 Michael Crichton — Del Mar — Author of The Andromeda Strain and four other novels and seven produced screenplays.

7 Delmer Daves — La Jolla — Retired movie director and screenwriter of such individualistic films as Broken Arrow and The Hanging Tree.

8 Jimmy Durante — Del Mar — Bearer of the largest proboscis in San Diego County.

9 Theodore Geisel — La Jolla — Better known as Dr. Seuss, author of children’s books.

10 Francolse Gilot — La Jolla — Painter, ex-consort of Pablo Picasso’s and now wife to Jonas Salk, discoverer of the Salk vaccine.

11 Gale Gordon — Escondido — Long-suffering foil to Lucille Ball’s financial antics on The Lucy Show.

12 Mary Jones — Del Mar — Florsheim Shoe heiress and owner of Cougar II, Turf Horse of the Year.

13 Stanton Kaye — Solana Beach — Director and writer of Brandy in the Wilderness as well as other Underground feature-length films.

14 Frankie Lane — boat on Shelter Island.

15 Otto Lang — La Jolla — Motion picture producer of such spy thrillers as Calling Northside 777 and Five Fingers.

16 Susan Llnkletter — Mission Beach — Art Linkletter’s mother.

17 Gene Littler — La Jolla — One of the top players in the PGA, and owner of four Rolls Royces.

18 Herbert Marcuse — La Jolla -Author of One Dimensional Man and local Marxist theorist.

19 Victor Mature — Rancho Santa Fe — Oversized star of One Million B.C., Kiss of Death, and Samson and Delilah, among others.

20 Tug McGraw — Poway — Highest-paid relief pitcher in major league history. Pitches for The New York Mets.

21 Sam Mitchell — La Jolla — Largest single non-institutional shareholder in Xerox Corporation.

22Archie Moore — Logan Heights — Most popular light-heavyweight boxing champion to ever put on the gloves.

23Ken Norton — San Diego — One of only two men to have defeated Muhammed Ali, and future heavyweight champion of the world.

24 Anita Page — Coronado — Married to retired admiral.

25 Harry Partch — Solana Beach — Musician and inventor of musical instruments.

26 David Reuben — Lemon Grove — Middle-aged psychiatrist whose claim to fame is Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex But Were Afraid to Ask.

27 Cliff Robertson — La Jolla — Best actor Oscar winner for his role in Charly.

28 Carl Rogers — La Jolla — guru of encounter groups.

29 Carol Smith Shannon — Rancho Santa Fe — Daughter of C. Arnholt Smith who lives atop his own Westgate Plaza in a penthouse suite.

30Francine Sinatra — La Jolla — Mother of Frank Sinatra and inhabitant of a condominium in 939 Coast Boulevard.

31 Duke Snider — Fallbrook — Greatest Dodger home run hitter of all time, and owner of the Valley Fort Steak House.

32 Strawberry Alarm Clock — Pacific Beach and North Park.

33 Howard Taylor — Del Mar — Elizabeth’s brother. Used to have commune on Maui.

34Sally Tejada — Point Loma — Long-time resident of San Diego and proud mother of Raquel Welch.

35Harold Urey — La Jolla, near Torrey Pines Blvd. Discovered Heavy Water.

36 Robert Young — Rancho Santa Fe — movie star, now heart throb of young and old alike in his role as Marcus Welby.

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