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Vol. 85 
Number 15 


Congressional 
Group Sees 
Flood Damage 


CUCAMONGA — County Supervisor Ruben Ayala 
voiced optimism today that a congressional group’s 
tour of a flood-damaged area here Thursday will 
speed up allocation of federal funds to improve 
the Cucamonga channel from the mountains to Pra­ 
do Dam. 
“ In my talks with the committee members, they 
were impressed by what they saw and indicated 
that money would be provided for the channel 
work,” he said. 
The U. S. Senate approved the channel project 
Iasi July but failed to allocate any funds, said 
Ayala. The work, estimated to cost $34 million, 
would include debris collection areas in the head- 


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waters and its tributaries and a system of concrete 
channels running 14 miles. 
A douse Public Works Committee, headed by 
Rep. James Wright, D-Tex., heard testimony in 
Los Angeles Thursday morning on Southern Califor­ 
nia flood damage, the members toured that af­ 
ternoon striken areas in Glendora and Cucamonga. 
Ayala, chairman of the San Bernardino County 
Board of Supervisors, reported at the morning ses­ 
sion that his county suffered $23 million in direct 
damage and the floods caused one death. 
He also noted the heavy rains severed highway 
and railroad traffic and that Ontario International 
Airport was closed four hours one time due to 
overflow and debris from the Cucamonga Creek. 
Much of the flood damage in the West End, 
Ayala said, occurred along the Cucamonga channel. 


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Bones of Huns 
Condor Found 


BORREGO SPRINGS (If!) — Bones of a prehis­ 
toric condor with an 18-foot wingspan, believed the 
largest bird fossil ever found, have been uncovered 
in the Anza-Borrego desert. 
Discovery of the specimen was announced Thurs­ 
day by Dr. Theodore Downs, a Los Angeles County 
Museum geologist who has headed a 10-year fossil 
study in the area. 
Downs said the condor, which probably was Hy­ 
ing here more than a million years ago, is about 
40 per cent larger than one found in the La Brea 
Tar Pits near Los Angeles, previously the largest 
on record. 
"As far as we know, the Borrego fossil is the 
largest bird in the history of fossil study," he said. 
Official name of the new specimen is Tera Torn- 
is (indredebilis). 
“The name means just what it says," Downs 
said. “The size of this bird is incredible." 
Downs said he identified the bird through scat­ 
tered small bones and skeletal fragments found 
scattered in the fish creek fossil beds. 
He said rare giant California condors, a species 
of which there are less than 50 left, are believed 
descendents of the type found in Borrego. The con­ 
dor is a member of the vulture family. 


Israeli Jets Hit 
Arab Guerrillas 


By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 
Two Israeli jet fighters struck a suspected Arab 
guerrilla pocket inside Jordan today, the Israeli 
army announced. 
Israeli ground troops backed up the 25-minute 
air assault with firing across the border. A spokes­ 
man said the guerrillas at the Qatef outpost, inside 
Jordan just south of the Sea of Galilee, had fired 
bazookas and small arms at an army patrol. 


Weather 


Increasing cloudiness today. 
Light intermittent 
rain by midmoming Saturday, clearing in late after­ 
noon. Expected high today, 58; low tonight, 48. Ex­ 
pected high Saturday, 55. The high Thursday was 
62; low this morning, 45. 


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Picture 
Assassin as Man in Trance 


U.S., Private 
Joint Plan 
For Trains 
Proposed 


WASHINGTON (AP) - The 
railroad 
industry 
today 
pro­ 
posed a joint government-indus- 
try program to sustain passen­ 
ger train service and avert what 
it termed a “ public transporta­ 
tion crisis." 


The Association of American 
Railroads said the proposal had 
been approved unanimously by 
its board of directors as the only 
logical solution to the passenger 
train problem. Historically, pas­ 
senger train service has been 
allowed, sometimes encouraged, 
to disappear. 
The.mas M. Goodie!low. presi­ 
dent of the association, 
said 
railroads are “willing and anx­ 
ious to uo what they can" to 
k*H‘p passenger trains in opera­ 
tion. 
“ But we’re forced to opcrr te 
money-losing trains," he said. 
“ We feel the government should 
assume the obligation to share 
in the cost.” 
Goodfellow assorted, however, 
that the railroads “ still believe 
as firmly as ever in the free en­ 
terprise system." 
“ But we also believe," he 
said, “that the public should 
support public services required 
of a public industry just as they 
support 
services 
provided 
by 
the Post Office and police and 
fire department.” 
The railroad plan, he said, 
would not affect those passen­ 
ger runs now paying their own 
way. 
But those money-losing trains 
that 
the 
government 
decides 
must be continued would re­ 
main in operation with the gov­ 
ernment making up any deficits 
incurred, he said. 
The 
government 
support 
would be determined by cost 
procedures formulated by the 
Interstate Commerce Commis­ 
sion within the framework of 
necessary legislation, he said. 


Also in the industry plan is a 
provision for the Department of 
Transportation to purchase new 
passenger equipment to rent to 
railroads 
to replace 
worn-out 
equipment. 


The AAR oresident said the 
railroads were seeking only a 
break-even operation and that 
the industry would still provide 
the larger part of the costs of 


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Marriage 
Licenses 
For Free 


By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 


A 
small 
Connecticut 
town 
waives the marriage license fee 
today. An Aztec, N.M., couple 
celebrates a very special anni­ 
versary. And even sophisticates 
turn sentimental. All because of 
Valentine’s Day. 


For the eighth straight year, 
the 
town 
clerk 
in 
Windsor, 
Conn., is waiving the $5 mar­ 
riage license fee for any couple 
who comes in on Feb. 14. “ We 
have to take care of Cupid," 
said the assistant clerk, Mrs. 
Ann S, Lee. 


Cupid struck a long time ago 
for Clyde and Fannie Ransom of 
Aztec 
They were married on 
Valentine’s Day 73 years ago in 
a northern New Mexico lumber 
camp. They are the town’s old­ 
est valentine sweethearts. Ran­ 
som is 94, his wife 83. 


Junior 
valentines 
haven’t 
been 
forgotten, 
however. 
Stu­ 
dents at the Markham Grade 
School in Portland, Ore., can 
get a singing valentine deliv­ 
ered anywhere in the school for 
only 15 cents. 


Jets-to-lsrael 
Pledge by JFK 
Triggered Killing 


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OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHS 


These are tw o of the three official photographs of President Richard M . Nixon m ade public 
Thursday by the W h ite House. They are from a senes by Phillipe Haisman, a portrait artist 
whose work has a p p e a re d in numerous national 
m agazines. Haism an took the 
pictures on 


N ix o n ’s 5 6th birthday Jan. 9 at the Pierre Hatel in N e w York City. 
( UPI T ele p h o to ) 
New Oil Outbreak 


SANTA 
BARBARA, 
Calif. 
(U F I)—Workmen on an offshore 
oil 
well 
platform 
struggled 
today to contain a fresh leak 
that formed 
a 
new 
slick 
of 
crude oil eight miles long off 
the southern California coast. 


The flow of oil from fissures 
in 
the ocean 
bottom 
was 
a 
fraction of an earlier leak which 
spewed 
more 
than 
230,000 
gallons of oil to the surface 
when* winds pushed it onto 30 
miles of beaches. 


Estimates of the rate of flow 
from 
the 
new 
leak 
varied 
between 2,100 and 120 gallons 
daily, depending on whether a 
state official or Union Oil Co. 
spokesman was questioned. 


Oiiworkers 
today readied a 
huge drum which they planned 
to lower on top of the major 
portion of the leaking fissures. 
The leaking oil would be sucked 
up 
through 
a hose 
inserted 
through the top of the drum and 
pumped into barges for dispo­ 
sal. 


The process was likened to a 
"reverse funnel" which would 


prevent additional oil escaping 
on the surface of the Pacific 
where 
it 
could 
pollute more 
miles of beaches. 


Tugboats dragged a contrap­ 
tion formed from two 800-foot 
long booms lashed together in a 
V-shape which would skim the 
slick from the surface, weather 
permitting. 


The 
prevailing winds 
today 
tended to push the new slick 
toward the shore but the Coast 
Guard 
said 
there 
were 
no 
confirmed reports that the new 
oil 
had 
contaminated 
any 
beaches as yet. 


Crews 
were 
still 
spreading 
straw 
and 
chemicals 
on 
the 
sand on both sides of Santa 
Barbara to sop up the gummy 
mess from the earlier, 12-day 
leak which was thought sealed a 
week ago. 


A spokesman for Uion Oil, 
which operates the platform six 
miles off the coast, said the 
new leak was “ residual oil and 
gas 
coming 
up 
from 
the 
formation” 
which 
was 
the 
source of the original leak. It 


was “expected to work itself 
out,” said the spokesman. 
Paul 
De 
Faco, 
regional 
director of the federal Air and 
Water Pollution Control Admi­ 
nistration, said the new oil leak 
developed Wednesday. 
“The weather was bad, and 
we 
couldn’t 
make 
an 
over­ 
flight," he said. 
“ We 
didn’t 
know how much was coming out 
until an aerial survey was made 
Thursday.” 
Fred L. Hartley, Union Oil 
president, said Thursday night 
the 
amount 
of 
natural 
gas 
seeping up along with the oil 
was less “ than the amount of 
bubbles coming from the divers’ 
helmets," 
De 
Faco 
said 
of 
Union’s 
statement 
that 
the 
leak was 
residual oil, “ it may have been 
oil that was not bled off before, 
or it may be something else." 
If the leak was acualiy a 
renewal of the original flow, it 
would be difficult to halt. The 
original well which erupted in 
an undersea gusher has been 
plugged with tens of drilling 
mud and cement. 


LOS ANGELES (AP) - Sir- 
h.:n Bishara Sirhan’s defenders 
said today that at the moment 
Sen. 
Robert F. 
Kennedy was 
shot, Sirhan “was out of contact 
\uth 
reality, 
in 
a 
trance 
in 
which he had no voluntary con­ 
trol over his will, his judgment, 
his 
feelings or his action.” 
The 24-year-old Jordanian wa 
pictured as “an immature, emo­ 
tionally disturbed and mentally 
ill youth who wrote in a memo­ 
randum at the time of the 1967 
Arab-lsraeli war that “he wants 
to be recorded by history as 
the man who triggered off the 
last war." 
Emile Zola Berman, one of 
three attorneys defending Sir- 
h; n on a charge he murdered 
Kennedy, told the jury in open- 
mg arguments that Sirhan had 
fantasies in which “ he was oi- 
t* n t hero and saviour of the 
people." 
"In the realities of life, how­ 
ever, he was small, helpless, 
isolated, confused, and bewil­ 
dered by emotions over which 
he had no control. He was un­ 
able to plan or think clearly, un­ 
able to maintain any meaning- 
f il direction to his life," the at­ 
torney said. 
Thus Berman set the stage for 
a defense that will not deny that 
Sirhan shot Kennedy but will 
r?ly on psychiatric testimony to 
plead a defense of “diminished 
responsibility." 
In California, diminished re­ 


sponsibility 
recognizes 
that a 
defendant may be legally sane 
yet not fully responsble for his 
actions. 
Berman 
said 
Sirhan 
bought 
the death gun six months before 
the June 5 assassination of Ken­ 
nedy to use for sport and found 
that 
shooting 
“ gave 
him 
a 
strange sense of release." 
Berman said Sirhan "admired 
and loved" Kennedy. 
“Then came another shot," 
Berman said. “ In early June of 
1968 Sen. Kennedy . . . said in 
essence that if he were Presi­ 
dent 
that 
he 
would 
send 
50 
Phantom jets to Israel. 
“ That did it!" 
Berman said "Sirhan will tell 
■ ou himself from this witness 
-»and that he never thought he 
ever would 
kill 
Kennedy 
but 
that through his mystic mind 
power he could fantasize about 
it 
and relieve that feeling of 
emptiness inside him." 
"We have told you that from 
the beginning that he did in fact 
fire the shot 
that killed Sen. 
Kennedy.’’ Berman said. 
"The killing was unplanned 
and undeliberate, impulsive and 
without premeditation or mal­ 
ice, totally a product of a sick, 
obscessed mind and peisonality. 
“ At 
the 
actual .moment 
of 
shooting he was out of contact 
with 
reality, 
in 
a 
trance in 
which he had no voluntary con­ 
trol over his will, his judgment, 
his feelings or his action." 


State Board 
Racial Imbalance 
At Schools Defined 


In Saigon Area 
B52s Lay Carpet of Bombs 


SAIGON 
(AP) — American 
B52 bombers laid a carpet of 
nearly 5,000 bombs along a huge 
arc northwest to northeast of 
Saigon in a second day of heavy 
blows at Viet Cong and North 
Vietnamese 
bases 
threatening 
the capital, military spokesmen 
reported today. 
Anticipating that the Commu­ 
nist command might try to pull 
off a spectacular attack to coin­ 
cide with the Tet celebration of 
the lunar new year Monday, the 
U.S. Command gave top priority 
to the Saigon approaches. More 
than 1,200 tons of bombs were 
dropped on base camps, troop 
concentrations and supply de­ 
pots, spokesmen said. 
The targets ranged from 28 
miles northeast of Saigon to 75 
miles northwest of the capital. 
The heaviest concentration of 
bombs crashed down along the 
jungled corridors leading from 


Now He’s Socket 
TULSA, Okla. (AP) - Robert 
Tumy sells light bulbs for an 
electrical equipment manufac­ 
turer. 
His friends now call him Sock­ 
et, 


the Cambodian frontier. Some 
of the strikes 
were only six 
miles from the border. 


In the past 48 hours since 
noon Wednesday, the giant sat­ 
uration bombers have dropped 
2,520 tons of explosives on sus­ 
pected base sites from which 
the Viet Cong and North Viet­ 
namese could mount attacks on 
Saigon or military installations 
around the capital. 


Although 
the 
Viet 
Cong 
is 
scheduled 
to 
begin 
a 
week’s 
cease-fire at 7 a.m. Saturday (6 
p.m. EST Friday) for Tet, Ra­ 
dio Hanoi 
today 
broadcast 
a 
battle order for the new year 
calling on Viet Cong troops and 
guerrillas to “launch new simul­ 
taneous attacks, increase mili­ 
tary pressure on all fronts, kill 
all pacification teams and liqui­ 
date the criminals and traitors 
that make up the puppet re­ 
gime." 


The order from the Viet Cong’s 
military command said the war 
effort against the United States 
and the South Vietnamese gov­ 
ernment “ must be intensified to 
insure that the new year is the 
most glorious and most victo­ 
rious in our history," 


Despite the approaching ene­ 
my cease-fire, U.S. and South 
Vietnamese 
commanders were 
taking 
no 
chances. 
Increased 
enemy 
activities 
this 
week 
heightened speculation that the 


Viet Cong might try something 


spectacular 
during 
Tet, 
al­ 


though senior U.S. officers said 


earlier in the week that major 


enemy units were not in portion 


to repeat last year’s holiday of­ 


fensive against Saigon. 


SAN 
DIEGO 
(AP) 
- 
The 


State 
B o a r d 
of 
Education, 


adopting what experts term the 


nation’s first hard-and-fast def­ 


inition of racial imbalance, is 


calling for an end to de facto 
segregation in some California 
school districts. 


But legally, the state cannot 
force local school districts to 
comply, Dr. Max Rafferty, state 
superintendent of schools, said 


Glass Truck 
Crash Blocks 
S.B. Freeway 


LOS ANGELES (AP) - A 
trailer truck l o a d e d with 
drinking 
glasses 
split apart 
early today on the San Ber­ 
nardino Freeway a n d th e 
broken 
glass 
and 
wreckage 
blocked 
incoming 
lanes 
for 
about four hours. 


James Jones, 39, of Whit­ 
tier, driver of the truck, was 
reported in good condition at 
White Memorial Hospital. 


Police said traffic backed 
up at Soto street for more 
than four 
miles 
before 
the 
wreckage was cleared. 


after 
the 
board’s 
decision 
Thursday. 
The board voted 9-0 to adopt 
a policy that defines segrega­ 
tion as existing whenever there 
is an imbalance of 15 or more 
percentage 
points 
either 
way 
when 
comparing 
a 
single 
school’s racial makeup with the 
school district on the whole. 
Thus, as an example, a school 
with 40 per cent Negro students 
and 60 per cent white students 
would 
be 
considered 
racially 
imbalanced if the overall school 
district was 25 per cent Negro 
and 75 per cent white. 
Previously, 
o n e 
unofficial 
guideline used in various states 
held that segregation would ex­ 
ist if a school had more than 
50 per cent minority students. 
The new school policy was 
incorporated as an amendment 
to 
the 
State 
Administrative 
Code, 
which experts say has 
the force of law in California. 
De facto segregation has been 
alleged against several school 
d stricts in the state, including 
the San Francisco, Los Angeles 
and Pasadena districts. 
The American Civil Liberties 
Union has a suit in Los Angeies 
Superior 
Court asserting 
that 
the huge Los 
Angeies 
School 


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Mafia Head Dies in Prison 


WASHINGTON (AP) — Vito 
Genovese, a diminutive Italian 
who became the nation’s most 
notorious underworld figure of 
ti» 1950s, died today at the med­ 
ical center for federal prisoners 
m Springfield, Mo. 
The Justice Department said 
death at 2:30 a.m. EST resulted 
from congestive heart 
failure 
lor which the 71-year-oid Mafia 
chieftain had been undergoing 
treatment for more than two 
months. 


Genovese was serving a 15- 
year sentence for trafficking in 
narcotics— 
the 
only 
major 
charge on which the govern­ 
ment was ever able to convict 
him despite numerous arrests. 
He was indicted 13 times. 
But 
even 
in 
p r i s o n , 
Genovese's power in La Cosa 
Nostra, or the M afu, was so im­ 
mense that federal agents sus­ 
pected him of continuing to run 
the far-flung crime syndicate. 
Once 
called 
“ King 
of 
the 


Racketeers" 
by 
former 
New 
York Gov. Thomas E. Dewey, 
he 
emerged 
as 
the 
Ma­ 
fia’s dominant figure in the mid- 
1950s after reputedly ordering 
the assassinations of two major 
rivals, Frank Costello ami Al­ 
bert Anastasia. 
An attempt on Costello's life 
failed, 
and 
Genovese’s 
body­ 
guard, tried for attempted mur­ 
der, was acquitted after Costello 
testified he had never seen the 
accused assailant before. 


1 st Public Showing 
Shaw Jury Sees 
Assassination Film 


By H. D. QUIGG 
testified 
before 
the 
Warren 
NEW ORLEANS (UP1) — The Commission 
and 
was 
never 
head of a young president is queried by the FBI. 
exploding on the screen before 
This premier showing stems 
you. His body lurches—almost from 
the 
opening-statement 
snaps—sharply backward. And words 
of 
Dist. 
Atty. 
Jim 
suddenly time has turned back Garrison: “ You will be able to 
five and a half years and you see—in color motion picture— 
are seeing it as only a few have the 
president 
. 
. 
. 
fall 
seen before. 
ibackards 
as 
the 
fatal 
shot 
“ Oh!” 
strikes him from the front—not 
One man utters a muffled the back but the front.” 
exclamation when the fatal shot 
Zapruder, a Dallas manufac- 
hits, loosing a puff of murky furer of ladies’ dresses and anj 
mist 
upward 
from 
John 
F. amateur photographer, set the! 
Kennedy's 
h ead . 
Otherwise stage for the film by telling 
there is dead quiet in the dark what he saw as he stood on a 
and cavernous courtroom. jconcrete 
abutment 
with 
hisj 
Clay L. Shaw, tall and grim, camera, 
stands in front of the American 
Grabs Chest 
flag at the end of the jury 
box 
"The first shot, 
he grabbed 
watching 
a 
murder 
he 
is himself in 
the 
chest 
(he 
accused of conspiring to com- demonstrated with both hands 
mit, 
clutching) and leaned toward 
1st Public Showing 
Jackie. 
The 
second 
shot 
he) 
Just at his left, in the witness leaned about the same way and 
chair, sits Abraham Zapruder, then down toward the bottom of 
the man who took the much- the 
car. 
I 
saw 
his 
head 
discussed color motion picture practically open up and blood 
that 
now 
is 
being 
shown and whatever it was—brains— 
publicly for the first time. The just come out of his head.” 
55-year-old defendant has vacat- 
The Thursday session ended, 
ed his seat to give the jury a with testimony by Buell Wesley 
good view. 
Frazier of Dallas, who worked 
Judge Edward A. Haggerty with 
Oswald 
in 
the 
Book 
Jr. has ruled that the film seen Depository 
from 
which 
the 
previously only by the Warren Warren Report says three shots 
Commission may be shown as a were fired. He said he drove 
state exhibit along with Zapru- Oswald to work the fatal day’ 
der’s testimony because It is and 
watched 
him 
enter the: 
relevant and by law the state building carrying a brown paper! 
"can overprove its case as It packge about 
the size of a 
desires." Shaw is accused of broken-down rifle, 
conspiring but not killing. 
j 
He said he heard three shots 
The 
all-male 
jury 
seems that day—a few seconds’ pause 
stunned, 
faces 
blank. 
The after the first and then two 
previous 
witness, 
Robert 
H. “ fired right back to back.” He 
West, has said he stood at the demonstrated for the prosecu- 
edge of Dealey Plaza at that tion by hitting his palm against 
moment and heard four shots, the judge's bench: Slap . . . 
not three as the Warren Report slap-slap. 
j.i0n 
said, and they seemed to come 
Chief 
Defense 
Attorney 
F. the Glendora area. 
the damage on the spot. "Our 
from in front of the Kennedy Irvin Dymond spent the dayj 
An upstream watershed law concern is to see the immediate 


Clues Scarce 
In Kidnaping 


Of Girl, 4 


Guardsmen Stand by 
\ 
Student Disorders Spread 
To Several U.S. Campuses 


I 
LOS ANGELES (AP)-Police By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 
¡said clues were scarce today 
Student 
protesters 
resumed 
in the kidnaping of 4-year-old picketing at the University of 
Mary Elizabeth 
Lozano from Wisconsin today fo r a fifth 
her home early Thursday de-straight day as a midwinter 
spite her screams for help. 
contagion of student discontent 
A house-to-house search in the gripped 
several 
campuses 
suburban waterfront community across the nation, 
of Venice where her parents: 
National Guardsmen and po- 
reside failed to locate a trace lice worked to keep traffic mov- 
of the girl, described as chubby ing within the busy Madison 
with 
short 
brown 
hair 
and campus. 
Gov. 
Warren 
P. 
brown eyes. 
Knowles 
sent 
in 1,000 more 
A neighbor reported that he Guardsmen 
to relieve 900 on 
saw a prowler just before the duty. 
Six hundred policemen 
girl’s screams were heard, but were on hand, 
he thought he had scared the 
"For every National Guards- 
prowler away. 
|man the governor brings on 
A member of the family, a campus, we have two more stu- 
crippled aunt, said she heard dents,” Bernard Forrester, a 
the 
child 
scream 
"Mamma freshman from New York told 
mamma, 
help 
help,” 
but a rally earlier in the day. 


where they chanted 
freedom; The demonstrations began as 
songs and sang "America.” The an attempt to force the 33,000- 
march ended back on campus student university to accept 13 
without incident. 
Ne8ro demands including estab- 
In previous 
demonstrations, lishment of a black studies cen- 
the ranks of protesters had nev- ter. 
er numbered more than 5,000.1 At Duke the demonstrators 
"We gave the police bell," Wil-iwere backing Negro demands 
lie Edwards, a Negro leader for a black studies program un­ 
said afterward. "And we will der Negroes’ control and an end 
come back tomorrow and give to what they called the 8,000-stu- 
the police hell again.” 
dent 
Methodist-supported 
uni- 
Earlier the protesters and law versity’s "racist policies." 
officers clashed twice and police 
and guardsmen used tear gas to 
break up pickets who blocked 


The clash between students 
and police came after 30 to 40 of 
the school’s 100 Negro students 


thought 
I Lozano, 
! child. 
The 
parents 


the 
father, 
had looked in 
David 
on the 


had 
returned 


A battalion of 500 riot-trained 
guardsmen was billeted near 
the Durham, N.C., campus of 
Duke University where student 


BIRTHDAY— He'* 75 today, but Jack Benny is standing by 
his famous 39. "I don’t tell anybody my right age," he 
said. "I say I’m 39 and I feel it.” 
(AR Wirephoto) 
Congressmen See Good Grief: 


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P a t t y 
Local Flood Areas 


(Continued Prem Pate 11 


Los Angeles County Supervis-,"We have seen newspaper pic- 


from their jobs at a nearby demonstrators clashed with po- 
taco stand only a little earlier lice and state troopers Thurs- 
in the morning. The girl was day. 
in the same bedroom with three 
At the University of California 
! brothers, who were not dis- campus in Berkeley police ar- 
turbed. The room’s sliding glass rested 36 persons, including 22 
door was unlocked. 
students, after protesters over- 
Officers said no ransom note turned tables in a cafeteria and 
or contact with the parents had ¡scattered catalogue cards in the 
been made by the kidnaper, 
main library. 
-------------- 
! A detail of 50 state troopers 
broke up a sit-in demonstration 
at the administration building of 
the University of Massachusetts 
in Amherst, Thursday night, ar­ 
resting 34. They were protesting 
Dow Chemical Co. recruiting. 
At the University of Chicago 
students who seized the admin- 
Grief! Linus is chucking his ¡stratum building two weeks ago1 
blanket 
and 
marrying 
Patty 10 protest the dismissal of an. 


Get Married 


WASHINGTON (AP) - Good 


or Frank G. Bonelii, who also tures, but you have to see it to 
today 
* 
’ instructor voted overwhelmingly j 
testified in the morning, blamed believe it.” 
j y nu# }s *Mark Baker of Cum- ear,y today t0 end fheir sit-in, 
a "lack of congressional act-! Clausen said the committee’s t,0riandf Md., and Patty is Pa- unofficial sources said. 
for most of the damage in purpose was to come and see (ririil 
R r jftnn 
of 
Stuart 
Fla 
In 
Madison 
an 
estimated 
...........................................- 
star In l J m u S 'c o m t >0.1*» "archers led by Negroes 


one major thoroughfare. Six stu- ended a 10-hour occupation of 
dents were arrested. 
'the administration building. 
Antismoking Druggist 


Quits Cigarette Sales 


MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., (UPI) why we sold tobacco if smoking 
Joe Greeman, who owns a is bad for health, 
drug store in suburban Bioo- 
German said he and his wife 
mington, 
quit 
smoking 
two bought the store last May and 
weeks ago. 
had 
made 
$1,8 <5 
profit 
on 
Thursday 
he 
quit 
selling tobacco products through De- 
ciagarettes. 
cember. 
Customers 
who 
asked 
for 
However, he said, "It was not 
cigarettes 
at 
the 
Greeman!a difficult decision 
to make 
Pharmacy were given antismok- because we hope we can build 
ing pamphlets instead. 
,customers 
in 
more 
positive 
“ W 
discontinued 
all 
our ways, like stressing the profes- 
tobacco 
products 
before 
thejional pharmacy aspects.” 
store opened this morning,” he 
Greeman said he quit smok- 
said. "We had been preparing ing 
two 
weeks 
ago. 
Mrs. 
to do this for about two months, G r e e m a n 
said 
she 
never 
ever since our boys asked usismoked. 
Committee Readies 


Policy for Pomona 


the report said 
West is county surveyor of do—defending 
Dallas. 
He 
said 
he 
never port. 
Upper Texas Coast 


Hit by Huge Tides 


A 
Citizens 
Committee 
on schools is about to make rec- 


limousine, not the back the way doing what 
he 
earlier had|for fiocKi control should 
h ave recovery is b e i n g advanced 
protested he would he forced 
to!been implemented years ago, he properly and all agencies are 
the Warren Re-sajd Jhls ,aw would have aj. doing their jobs. 


________ lowed 
critically 
needed 
im- 
“ in San Bernardino and Los 
provements to be built in the Angeles c o u n t i e s , he added, 
San 
Gabriel 
River 
western "there is a need to provide the 
drainage project, he explained, funds for permanent protective 
Since 1962, the board of sup- work.” 
ervisors has had a 10-year wat- 
Clausen said the committee 
ershed protection plan but since wdi hold hearings in Washing- 
that time there has been a ton, 
D. C., within the next few 


HOUSTON, Tex. (AP)-Huge 
where the wind kept trees bent 
frightening lag in Ifederal W ^jm ontta 
and revaluate the hear- 


tides 
sent water 
surging into to the ground all night, and Ke- Pnatl(>ns 
0 
R0neiii 
The^ 
5 
* 
door to thethe Plans’ 
sa,d 
Bone!lL 
The 
"We will review existing leg- 
county has provided more than ¡sjatj0n and determine if there 
$25 million to the plan but the js a need jor new legislation,” 
federal 
government 
has 
not he added 


The committee will discuss 
Winds clocked unofficially at in the 8ame vicinity. 
,. 
a,_ 
the channel with the U. S. Corps 
up to 83 miles per hour hurled 


dv "You’re a Good Man Char- walked from the campus to the School Integration in Pomona ommendations to the Pomona 
* f 
i _______ R r v il r r l 
r \ f 
f 
H n r o t i n n 
r o l a f i t m 
i n 


homes and played havoc in sev- mah, both next 
eral towns on Galveston Bay on space center, 
the Upper Texas Coast today as 
Rising water forced the evac 
vicious thunderstorms pounded uation 
also 
of 
some luxury 
the nrea. 
apartments near 
a yacht basin ma,ched *• “ '“ nds' he added 


i > tv 
c j u i i a v 
t i v u i i t j • 
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J 
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H I V . v l i a i u i v l 
n u n 
u i v 
w * u t v w i p u 
.in rn x:i miip< ner nour nuneu 
S °me houses 
near the main diatc|y make UP * e ® scnency ^ Enf?iiwers which will be the 
sea warerTnto 1 iiware ts eas.-wes. road 
past the space a" d P ™ 'da ,neW, 7 1 
' 
h ! r d T bLvtown^ 
a n d 
other center stood Jive feet deep id insu" ‘ ,edcral a,d ,or th<' cam 
hard 
at Baytown 
and 
other 
runawav tides Plet,on of *** San Gabnel R,v* 
and southeast of water, ana tne runaway 
tiaes 
nro:prt and otKer 
con. 
blocked Texas 146 at Seabrook. er ProJect ana otner Ilooa corh 
______________ 
jtrol projects. 
Ayala and County Supervisor 


lie 
Brown,” 
based 
on 
the 
Charles M. Schulz comic strip 
character. 
But their wedding is for real 
an on Valentine’s Day too. 


Capitol Thursday night 
School Lines: 


(Continued Prom Past I) 


system is doing too little to 
eliminate de facto segregation 
among its students. 
The 
state’s 
commission 
on 
_ 
equal opportunities in education 
w 
v,an gunboat fired on two U.S. 
rnrrm|janrp fr0m im- 
convict, trying to escape, broke fijWn 
boats M ,0 40 mi|(s 0(( «™u>d1 J ? * c™ pl^ * ct™ 
both his legs Thursday when’the PeruvIan coast (oday Rep bdlanced school districts. 


Prisoner Falls 
In Escape Try 
SAN QUENTIN (AP) 


Peruvians 
Shoot at 
U.S. Boats 


WASHINGTON (A P)-A Peru- 


Manned 


at 
points east 
Houston 
around 
the 
Spacecraft Center. 
The flooding occurred while a 
broad stretch of Texas’ coastal 
plain 
was 
under 
a 
tornado 
watch. 
At Baytown, civil defense dl- 


Washington 


agency to recommend a need 
for funds to the Bureau of Bud­ 
get, he added. 
Clausen said Rep. Jerry Pet­ 
tis, R-33rd Dlst., who represents 


he dropped from a wall at San 
Quentin Prison. 
The prisoner, John Strehle, 31, 
had been committed from Los 
Angeles County for auto theft. 
Prison officials said he had 
climbed a drain pipe to the 
kitchen roof and was spotted 
by a guard while hanging from 
a five-story ledge. 


__ _ „ 
„ 
. 
. "Some districts are going to 
Thwn“ M- 
this," Rafferty told 
— * - 
- 
— ■- the board. “ I think you might 


Dan Mikesell were among those *«" Bernardino County, had ac 
¡county officials on hand to g r e e t ™ »nt«r«8t *" Wa*h,nK' 
M 
! i L 
A 
. 
the committee when it arrived l° n r)- c - ,n the Cucamonga 
■ ■ If D 
y V j t U Q K G by bus at the Cucamogna chan- thanne!. 
SEATTLE (AP) — A brief nel near Foothill Boulevard in 
Both Pettis and Rep. Glenard 
rector Fletcher Henderson re-earthquake woke residents of San Bernardino County. 
jP* Lipscomb, R-24th Dist., ac- 
ported water rose about two feet northwest Washington and Brit- i 
The congressmen walked up a companied the committee on .s 
deep in 50 to 60 homes on the ish Columbia today, but no dam- raised railroad embankment to tour, 
west side of town in the Brown age or injuries were reported, 
see the flood damage. They saw 
After hearing a on-the - site 
wood 
addition. 
He 
estimated 
University of Washington seis- boulders 
still 
in 
the 
creek flood damage report by Art Sid- 
that workers using an amphibi-imologist 
Norman 
Rasmussen bed and also where the section ler, the county flood control en- 
ous vehicle and high-wheeled said the tremor was centered 70 of Camellan Street which cross- gineer, the committee boarded 
trucks had evacuated 200 per- to 80 miles northwest of Seattle es the channel had been washed^ts bus and drove down Hell- 
Pons. 
and measured 3.5 to 4 on the Ri-away. A bulldozer was beingiman Avenue past damaged in- 
Henderson 
said 
tides 
were chter scale. It lasted about 20 used below the railroad tracks dustrial buildings and homes en 
running up to eight feet 
above seconds. 
to clear the channel. 
route to the Ontario Intemation- 
norm.il and expected to rise an 
The quake rattled windows 
Several of the officials shook al Airport, 
other foot. 
and shook books and dishes [their heads in disbelief. "The 
Here, they climbed into a heli 


the basis of radio 
I 


Railroad Plan 


(CtfltinuM From 
1) 


running the trains through its 
own revenues. 
The proposal is based. Good 
fellow said, on experiences of 
railroads in working with local 
and state governments to pre­ 
serve local train services. 
He cited as an example the 
Northeast Corridor Project now 
providing high speed passenger 
service 
between 
Washington 
and New York and scheduled to 
be extended soon to Boston. 
On that project, the govern­ 
ment is spending $11 million 


ported on 
messages. 
¡aa ^gj| face it ” 
One boat was captured after 
Dr Job„ Ford of San Diego, 
being damagwl and was being a ^egr0 member of the board, 
taken to a Peruvian port. heiagreed 
that the state has no 
legal power to enforce the reg­ 
ulations. 
But 
he 
said 
each 
school district has a moral re­ 
sponsibility to comply 
Jose Rafael Ramos, commis­ 
sion chairman, stated in the 
amendment proposal that "fail­ 
ure of local districts to .. 
‘ 
a 
standard, in the face of current 


aged windows, stem and radio, 
was chased 15 miles into waters 
off Ecuador, Pelly added. 
The congressman said he has 
asked the State Department to 
arrange for Navy protection of 
the U.S. citizen» aboard the two 
boats and six others reported, 
,, 
. . . 
. 
. 
racing seaward to avoid similarexert a" e(,ort ,ow*rd such 
attack. 
¡challenges to eliminate inequi 


from the tuna boats were picked ties in eclut ,U0n* perhaps will 
up in California and relayed to 
him. 


make it necessary to seek and 
establish 
increased 
state 
au 


Board of Education relative to 
the racial and ethnic balance 
in the Pomona schools. 
The committee’s report Is in 
the process of final drafting and 
is due to be presented to the 
board of education later t h i s 
month. Superintendent Winston 
Nelson said. 
In effect, he said, there are 
now three factors bearing on 
the matter of desegregation in 
Pomona — the local commit­ 
tee’s coming report — Thurs­ 
day action of the State Board 
of 
Education 
in establishing 
state guidelines which have the 
effect of law and Secretary Rob­ 
ert Finch’s action this week in 
cutting off federal funds to in­ 
dividual school districts in South 
Carolina and Arkansas for hav­ 
ing no plans for desegregation. 
The board of education last 
summer approved a policy that 
the district make a "concerted 
effort to avoid and eliminate 
segregation of children on ac­ 
count of race, color or cultural 
background” and to take steps, 
insofar as reasonably feasible, 
to alleviate racial imbalance in 
the schools. 


battering tides forced scores of boards 
persons to wade from Seabrook, flooded with calls. 


"Cuisine as Delightful as 


the Decor is C harm ing” 
SERVING ONLY THE FINEST 


Pelly identified the captured l!l0nty- 
boat as the Mariner and the sec­ 
ond boat as the San Juan. 
fceatk 7Jot¡ce¿ 


Adelbert Pirdy 


Adelbert Pirdy, 96, of Red- 


with the Penn Central Railroad 


Authorities reported the same from 
shelves. 
Police 
switch- damage is more extensive here.copter to see the damage from providing another $40 million 
in several cities were than we had realized,” 
said the air. The member» later re- 
Goodfellow said the industry 
Rep. Don H. 
Chusen, R-Calif. turned to the airport where a is "in no financial position 
to 
“ plane took them to Santa Bar- continue operating alone with 
bara. The committee was sched- its inter-city passenger services 
uled to see today the pollution ¡that are used, he said, "by less 
from the undersea oil leak in then 1.5 per cent of the traveling 
the Santa Barbara channel. 
public.’’ 
Pettis had reported last sum- 
He claimed passenger train 
mer when the U. S. Senate ap- deficits are largely responsible 
proved the channel project that for bankrupting some railroads, 
the West End area could well, 
be taced with future flooding 
^ j r P a c t S ig n t d 
without this flood control mea 
SINGAPORE (AP) - The So» 
,ur(* 
viet Union and Singapore signed 
"Cucamonga Creek is an un-;a pact today opening direct pas- 
controlled and hazardous stream seng(,r ajr service between Mos- 
which threatens life and prop- cow and Singapore, 
erty in the rapidly developing 


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CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) - 
The day when a citizen may buy 
a ticket for a trip to the moon lands, former Pomona resident, 
isn’t "too far away at all,” says died this morning in a Redlands 
Christopher C. Craft, director of convalescent hospital. 
Funeral 
flight operations at the Manned services will be conducted Sat- 
Spacecraft Onter in Houston, urday at 1.30 p.m. at Todd Me- 
Tex. 
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Friday Ivening, February 14, 1969 
Page 3, Sec. 1 


Reagan vs. Democrats 
Lawmakers Fight 
Over Tax Rebate 


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Revenue 
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Taxation j 
Chairman William Bagley said: 
Moscone’s legislation “ like the 
governor’s bill is sort of a one 
shot proposal.” 
“ Before passing out any sin­ 
gle - shot proposal, we’re going 
to try to put together a more 
meaningful package, one that 
gives relief but also restruc­ 
tures the whole tax system to 
make it more fair,” the San 


Anselmo Republican said. 
Bagley said a tax reform re­ 
port prepared by a special com­ 
mission headed by state Con­ 
troller 
Houston 
I. 
Flournoy 
could point the way for restruc­ 
turing California’s taxes. 
The commission was appoint­ 
ed by Reagan to recommend 
verhaul of procedures. Its re­ 
port 
is expected within two 
! weeks. 


State Departments 
Differ Over Dam 


SACRAMENTO (U P!) — Gov. 
¡Ronald 
Reagan 
and 
Senate 
¡Democrats are 
ready for aj 
(fight over how much tax should' 
be rebated and when. 
Democrats want 20 per cent 
this year. Reagan wants 10 per 
cent next year. 
With both houses of the legis 
¡lature in their usual three-day 
; weekend 
recess, 
Democrats 
¡were hoping for GOP support 
in their effort. 
And Assemblyman William T. 
¡Bagley, R - San Anselmo, new 
¡chairman of the lower house 
¡Revenue and Taxation Commit- 
! tee, objected to both plans as 
“ one-shot” proposals and not 
long range. 
Senate Democratic l e a d e r 
SACRAMENTO 
(A P) 
— 
A make a study, 
George R. Moscone, who said simmering dispute between de- 
Livermore said it has been ar- 
he had the full backing of the partments in Gov. Reagan’s Re- ranged that the three Washing- 
19-member Democratic caucus ¡sources Agency over Dos 
Rios ton 
State men would 
report 
in the upper house, introduced Dam surfaced 
Thursday at a jointly to Gianelli, Fish and 
the 20 per cent proposal Thurs-1 press briefing held by Resources 
day. 
¡Secretary Norman B. Livermore 
Moscone, San Francisco, de- Jr. 
nounced Reagan’s proposed 1970 
Livermore acknowledged, 
in fam ily.. .Bill s job is to get this 
measure as an “ election year reply to questions, that there is water south and Ray’s is to pro­ 
handout.” 
“ vigorous disagreement in cer- tect the fish. These don’t always 
Tax Payer Relief 
tain parts of our family ’ over coincide, 
Livermore said. 
“ The taxpayers need relief aspects of the proposed $272.5 
Livermore declined to predict 
now from the $1 billion tax hike million dam on the Middle Fo rk when he would issue his own 
imposed two years ago,” he of the Eel River in Mendocino crucial recommendation on Dos 
said, referring to the 1967 tax County. 
Rios, or to indicate what it 
¡increase package requested by Also present was William R.jmight be. 
There have been re- 
Reagan and approved 
by the Gianelli, the state Water Re-ports that he has questions about 
legislature. 
s o u r c e s Department director and the project. 
Moscone said that middle-in- a firm supporter of the dam.j 
“ As soon as possible,’’ he said 


CAM c d A M r ic r n 
m nn 
a ior7 
o„,i Ko* enpnt 
it mnnthv merplv to discharge the defen-come iam ilk‘s w,th a tax bl11 Gianelli added 
that more dan^ first. But then he added there 
SAN FRANCISCO 
(U P I)- A 196/, and has spent 
11 months merely to awcnarge tne oeie». 
North is no need to be hasty since the 
26-year-old private 
with 
a 
at hard labor for 
such offenses dant as a hardship case. Yeary <> ^ 
B £ 
thpir 
* ne ^ 
for flood con„ dam wouldn’t be f in iM for 18 
stormy Army c a r e e r was 
us assaulting 
a non-comnus-said Sood 
s w.te was seeking a 
* 
under fro! and to meet obligations to years. “ 1 can’t be too concerned 
convicted of mutiny Thursday sioned officer, being disrespect- divorce an,I their three chtldren 
W h'hty. 
ire a,nd to meet 
h 
about a few weeks,- he stud 
and sentenced to 15 years hard ful to a superior officer, anil were m court custody because 
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labor for participating in a sit- breaking restrictions. 
they weren't receiving proper 
down 
strike 
at the 
Presidio 
He 
was 
recommended 
for parental care, 
stockade. 
administrative discharge while 
After the trial, Halvonik was 


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Game Director Ray Arnett and 
Livermore. 
“ We’re keeping this in the 


KING SIZED VALENTINE— Frank Barad of Providence, R.I., kneels before his wife in front 
of Valentine he bought her on billboard in background. 
(AP Wirephoto) 


Soldier Convicted of Mutiny 
Sentenced to 15-Year Term 


Pvt. Nesrey Sood, a husky serving in 
Alaska 
and went asked what food's reaction to 
Solomon Oils 
On Exhibit at 
Cal. Museum 


would get $50 back in 1970 on state Water Project. 
1969 taxes owed. 
Special Problems 


The rebate under Moscone’s 
“ Does that mean you’re going 
bill would be made on tax re-¡to dam the whole North Coast?” 


father of three from Oakiand, absent 
without 
leave 
while the sentence wa., 
h X ! L 
' l l T t e 
T re a ts "special 


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It has become clear that the 
xhe disagreement within the oil paintings by Saritka Solo- 
Sood 
was 
amonS 
27 
G1 the Army prosecutor, called or name So^ prefers) turned to 
„ p|aymR a pohtical aee“ y cotLrns Gianellfs de- nton! is on exhibit through Feb. 
prisoners charged with mutiny 
a pr rior o con inemen w ten 
e < 
. 
k 
» 
game with the people’s money,” ipar(ment and the Fish and Game 23 at the California Museum of 
for 
striking 
last 
October 
to s ou 
a ju ge 
o re 
. 
Moscone said and added that Department, which has express-i Science and Industry in Expo- 
protest conditions at the stock thts .old,er s obvtous dtsregard 
1». 
Reagan “overcharged” taxpay- ed r 
nations about Dos Rios sition Park 
ade and the fatal shooting ot a of obedience o comman . 
S t U a G n t P f O t G S t 
L »r s with the 1967 boost. 
an(] the effect of the dam on 
The paintings of galaxies, gas 
fellow inmate during an escapes Sood s mi ^ ry counse ^apt 
RAWALPINDI, 
P a k i s t a n 
The governor proposed the the suimon and steelhead fish-clouds and o t h e r formations 
attempt. 
. . . . . . 
(U P I)—College students in Si-flat 10 per cent refund for all erjes 0n the river. 
were inspired by deep space 
I he 
trial 
of 
two 
more 
alkot^ 
13Q 
m|]es 
south 
of taxpayers because a $100.000 
Arouses Anger 
color photographs at the Palo- 
defoudants, 
Pvts 
Louis 
m - 
/mm 
Rawalpindi, battled police Wed-Treasury surplus was created 
Gianelli angered some fish and,mares Observatory, 
zponski o! Honda, NT ,, 
i ( f l €% i t i 
i 
nesday in protest over govern- by inflation and state econo- ¿,ame officials and sportsmen s 
The exhibit is in the Space 
Lawrence Reidel of Crescent 
ment plans to merge five West 
in government operations. <.r0UDS bv EOinu outside the Museum, which is open to the 
( ty, 
C ,111.. 
was 
,0 
n-sumc By In.ted P n . .nteroa,tonal 
pr(>vlnt(.^trtdT, one 
Onc-Sho, Proposat 
^ 
y 
and hinng three W a s h - public from .0 a.m. to 5 p.m 
today. The 
remaining 24 face 
Today is Friday, Feb. 14, 


trials later 
this month or 
in 
the 45th day of 1969 with 320 
rdlun' 


March. 
to follow. 
Trial Interrupted 
The moon is between its last 
The trial of Osczponski and quarter and new phase. 


Reidel 
was 
interrupted 
last 
The morning stars are Mer- 
week by the Army Law Officer cury, Mars and Jupiter. 
(Judge), 
Lt. 
Coi. 
George 
The evening stars are Ve- 
Robinson, who ordered a sanity nus and Saturn, 
board to check the mental state 
On this day in history: 
of the two d/ fendants at the 
In 1886 the West Coast cit- 
time of the strike. 
rus industry was born as the 


The court deliberated only 35 
first trainload of oranges left 


minutes 
before 
finding 
Sood Los Angeles for eastern mar- 
guilty on the mutiny charge and kets. 
announced the penalty after an 
In 1903 President Roosevelt 
hour and 25 minutes. It also enacted into law a measure 
ordered forfeiture of pay and a creating the Department of 
dishonorable discharge. 
Commerce and 
Labor with 


The 
penalty 
brought 
an Geroge Cortelyou as its first 
audible gasp from 
about 20 secretary. 


But newly appointed Assem- ington State fisheries experts to daily, without charge. 


Always First In 


spectators in the small military j 
courtroom. Sood’s civilian attor­ 
ney, 
Paul 
Havlonik 
of 
the 
American Civil Liberties Union, 
said 
he 
was 
‘‘.shocked 
and 
stunned” by the severity of the 
sentence. 


Will Appeal Verdict 
Halvonik said he would appeal 
the verdict and sentence, which 
are subject to review by higher! 
authority. 


Sood was drafted in January, 


In 1933 Michigan Gov. W. A. 


Comstock ordered an 8-day 
bank holiday to check a finan­ 
cial panic. 
In 1968 Secretary of State 


Dean Rusk said North Korea 
had rejected all efforts to ne­ 
gotiate the release of the Pu­ 
eblo and its 82 crewmen. 
A thought for the day: Rob­ 
ert Bums said, “ But to see 
her was to love her, love but 
her, and love forever.” 


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Pueblo Hearing 
Intelligence Ship Visited 


CORONADO. 
Calif. 
(UPD—ido so. 
was on the high seas, and also 
The five admirals conducting 
Returning to court in what the;that 
it 
was 
engaged 
in 
a 
the mquiry into the capture of Navy called a voluntary appea- scientific research. Leach has 
the USS Pueblo made a hurried; ranee, Kell said he discussed said he was unaware of both 
trip to Virginia today to inspect the 
order 
with 
Harris, 
but ¡signals. 
another Navy intelligence ship. Harris told him no word had 
Bucher 
also 
said 
he 
had 
The admirals were to leave been received from Bucher on occasional differences with his. 
for Little Creek, Va., to tour the w^ at was going 10 happen to the second in command. 
Lt. Ed- 
USS 
Palm 
Beach - a vessel .Pueblo. 
ward R. Murphy, 31, San Diego, 
slightly larger than the Pueblo.I 
Kell said he then acted on h is;However, 
he denied a question 
It carries th6 same type of own initiative. Orders from the from the court that he had aj 
sophisticated electronic gear the bridge 
to 
begin 
destroying:“ personality clash” with Mur- 
captured Pueblo was equipped secret 
papers 
and 
machines phv. 
Wltjn 
icame two minutes later. 
Bucher said Murphy’s differ- 
Peblo 
skpper 
1 lovd 
M 
KeH a,so w'tht1rew bis judg- ent experience in the service 
Bucher was W illy entitled ‘to ""* « «' H arris as “ an average and his lack of previous sea 


make .he trip, but he declined ”fficf.r~ n0,hln5 
* * * ' , nortu"5 ¿ u,v 
" " “ " t 
,h e,r.K w°r 
bad. 
He said he had served However. Bucher ran the ship 
The admirals were 
ue in| under Harris only 20 days and through Murphy and said their: 
Norfolk, va., cite r0(*a / - 
wasn’t 
qualified 
to 
evaluate relationship was “ not unusual.’’! 
will return to C orona« Satur- him 
, 
Th(1 jW 
said 
wou|() 


day night. 
Bucher's hour of testimony;have been impractical to steer 
A Navy spokesman said the Thursday covered several points the ship from the engine room 
th.rd phase of the hearing—the on 
which 
the 
court 
sought when it was under attack as 
ordeal of the Pueblo crew in clarification. 
suggested by one member of 
North 
Korea—may 
not 
geti 
Confronted 
with 
statements the 
court. 
This would 
have 
under way until the middle of by signalman Wendell Leach, enabled 
Bucher to 
get 
his 
next 
week. 
It 
had 
been 26, Houston, Tex., that he never helmsman under cover 
from 
scheduled to start Thursday, saw 
the 
Peblo 
signal 
the Korean gunfire, 
but 
the 
admirals 
still 
were Koreans it was in international 
He noted the Pueblo suffered 
sorting 
conflicting 
testimony waters, Bucher said Leach must 60 breakdowns of its steering 
about the Pueblo s capture. 
be “ confused.” 
apparatus on its journey from 
Seizure of the ship by North 
He said the Koreans were San Diego to Ykosuka, Japan, 
Korea 
Jan. 
23, 
1968, 
is 
the signaled by flag that the Pueblo'before its North Korea mission, 
subject of the second part of the}—*— 
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Abortion L qw Case 
State A tt. G e n . 
Says Life Begins 
A t Its Conception 


LOS ANGELES (AP) 
expectant mother has no more 
right 
to 
prevent 
her unborn 
baby's birth—except under legal 
abortion laws—than to kill one 


— An potted by several groups and 
individuals. 
Under the California abortion 
act passed by the 1967 legisla­ 
ture, specific cases, 
such as 
when the m other’s life is en- 


DELAYED REACTION— 
A hillside home in the Mt. W ashington area of Los Angeles has 
already lost its playroom and bathroom— victims of earthslides resulting from recent rain­ 
storms. A city official said the worst slides may be yet to come. 
(A P W irephoto) 


three-phase hearing. Bucher and 
three 
Pueblo 
enlisted 
men 
testified 
in 
an open 
hearing 
Thursday which produced favor­ 
able 
words 
for 
Lt. 
Stephen 
H arris 
31, 
who 
ran 
the 
intelligence 
center 
of 
the 
Pueblo. 
Chief communications techni- 


S .F. State A ctin g 
President Resigns 


Earth Still 


Moving in 


L.A. Area 


2 B a n k Robbers 


Killed b y Police 


that has been born, the state dangered 
or 
in 
pregnancies 
attorney general says. 
arising from rape or incest. 
‘There is a human being at 
The attorney general’s opinion 
the time of conception,” the at- stated that the legislature en- 
torney general’s office said in acted the law to protect the 
a brief filed Thursday with the unborn child as well as the ex- 
State Supreme Court. 
(pedant mother and that the leg- 
The 
brief, 
representing 
the islature—not the courts—should 
State 
of 
California’s 
official change the law if needed, 
legal opinion, was filed in oppo- 
“The law is well settled that 
sitution to an appeal challenging unless the finding of a legisla- 
the state’s abortion law. 
tive body is clearly erroneous, 
The law is being challenged the court will not invalidate that 
by Dr. Leon Phillip Belous of finding,” the opinion stated. 
Beverly 
Hills, 
who was con- 
There is much evidence, it 
victed of conspiring to perform went on, that human life begins 
an abortion requested by an un- with 
the union 
of the 
male 
m arried 
woman. 
He 
is 
sup- sperm and the female ovum. 
June? a I 
W 


Rosemary O'Leary 
Funeral 
services 
for 
Mrs. 
Rosemary O’Leary of 3412 W. 
59th St., Los Angeles, formerly 
for many years a Claremont 
resident, will be held Saturday 
at 11 a.m. in Todd Memorial 
! Chapel Claremont, 325 N. Indian 
Hill Blvd. Burial will be made 
in Oak Park Cemetery, Clare­ 
mont. 


Shirley Fletcher 
Funeral services for Shirley 


I 
LOS ANGELES (AP, - Pol- Wi.nesse, 
said 
both 
w o re !^ 
^ 
ice summoned by a «Hem alarm masks and sieves and that one 
^ 
at the Pul- 


LOS ANGELES (UPO—"You ? 
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can hear it move at night when 
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Burial 
will 
be 
in 
Pomona 
„ 
a bank which had just been 
The be 
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NORTHRIDGE (API - Paul dent meant other important jobs !t-s quiet...’’ 
* UU,1K wnKn uuu JUM 
Inf 
hank’ a branch 
cian 
Jam es 
F. 
Kell, 
32, Blomgren 
resigned 
as 
acting were under tem porary assign-, 
Henrv 
Spencer was talking!” * 1 ™ 
. . „ 
, 
, B5 n#k 
. A'n‘' ' :ca* was 
che,| D. Rice of the First Church 
Hayward, Calif., retreated from president of troubled San Fer-iment. This, he said, paralyzes about a hillside near his home 
f e t ^ sa‘d ,w0 men_entered of $1/’600 la<t mon 1 
3y 
ive 0f God officiating. 
his earlier statement that he nando Valley State College on the 
college’s 
decision-making which has 
been 
weakned 
by 
Dankt 
nuTsday a «ternoon, masked men- 
Mrs 
Fletcher died Wednes- 
ordered 
destruction of 
se c re t doctor’s orders. A new acting process. 
heavy rains and 
threatens t0 tok «bout two dozen employes 
F o hu‘ 
°; tiC, ' s 
11 kv 
1a' day at the City of Hope Medical 
m a te ria ls when H arris failed to president is to be named by 
“We just stagger from crisis sweep down on four homes inlf. 
customers to he on the oney and 
>ary Ditterholf or-• 
Duarte, after a 
------------ 
Saturday. 
to crisis,” he said, “until the thP Mt. Washington Area. 
f!oor’ 
UP money and derf d th" me" t0 
!? a period of failing health. 
b 
ran out the rear door. 
¡parking 
lot, then 
fired three 
_ 
______ 
The dead men were identified blasts from 
a 
shotgun when 


of the 
robbed Cemetery with the Rev. Hers- 


Blackout 


Probed in 


Jet Crash 


When B lo rn g r e n resigned ¡Acuity steps in in desperation, 
^ 
horseshoe 
shaped 
gorge 
Thursday — effective immedi- as it did in the negotiations grows 
wider 
each 
day. 
The 
acely - O e lm a r I . Ovlatt. vku with ,he studems last momh." pav(.ment ,,n Rllinbow Awnue 
* * * * * «*• A fa r 
« * 
president for academic affairs,; 
Faculty delegates in January 1S buckled and the telephone 
said he does not want the job negotiated a 12-point agreement poi^ are canted in a crazy 
(He stood in when Blomgren was W|th the Black Students Union qUi|t pattern, 
hospitalized last month. 
|and tbe United Mexican-Amer- 
Spencer’s home isn’t in any 
I 
Blomgren said he is resigning.ican Students. The agreement immediate danger. He has lived 
In- because of a diabetic condition caRs f°r establishment of Black on 
Rainbow 
Avenue 
for 
19 
vestigators say a blackout in and wants to return to his 
for- Studiis and Mexican-American years 
cockpit controls may be behind mer position as dean of 
the Judies departm ents and enrol! 
“The geologist said the rain 
the crash of an United Air Lines college’s business school. 
ment of up to 700 more mino- caused it, 
but 
nobody 
really 
jetliner that claimed the lives 
Since September, Valley State ritV students next fall. 
knows. Nothing like this 
has 


and Robert Howard, 22, 
of Los Angeles. 
both motor running was found on the 
parking lot. 
Obituari 


LOS ANGELES (AP) 
Fire Commissioner 
Angrily Quits Job 


Jam es Stuessel 
Funeral services for Army S. 
long Sgt. Jam es D. Stuessel, 20, who 
was killed in action in Vietnam 
(combat, will be held at 10 a.m. 
Saturday at Church of Our Heri­ 
tage, Forest Lawn Covina Hills. 
Sgt. 
Stuessel 
was 
reported 
killed in action after first being 
listed as missing. He had been 


LOS ANGELES (UPI) - Ap- 


Pom posa Cortez 
Mrs. Pomposa Sanchez ( ortez ¡n Vietnam two months and was 
of 5232 G St., Chino, died lhurs- serving 
as 
a 
platoon 
leader 
day at Ontario Community Hos- When he was killed, 
pital after a short illness. 
He 
was a 1966 graduate of 
She was born m Mexico in La p uente High School and at- 
1881, 
and 
is 
survived 
by 
a tended Mt. San Antonio College 
O’Bryant reportedly told the* granddaughter, Mrs. J e n n i e a year. He entered the Army in 


man. 


Thursday. 


of all 38 aboard Jan. 18. 
¡has experienced its most trou- 
Raymond 
Rydall. 
executive (>ver happened here before. My parently enraged by telephone commission, 
after t h e day’s Gonzales 
of 
Stockton; 
seven November 1967 after being em- 
The 
blackout, coming during bled 
period. Confrontations, 
vice chancellor of the 
college home has been standing 
here cajjs at 
a n hours of the night, agenda 
had 
been 
completed. Rreat * grandaughters, 
R o s e p|oyed by Western Electric Co. 
storm 
conditions, might have demonstrations and 
sit-ins 
in s>sfem, said picking 
of a 
per 
about 1925”, 
( F i r e 
Commissioner 
H e n r i that he wanted to make a com AR«>la r. Mary' Castillo, 
Gladys 
^ ev N o r r i s W. Fulfer 
prevented 
the pilots from know-|cluded 
a 
student take-over 
0f manent P ^ 'd e n t 
has not taken 
Spencer 
liked the 
area 
be O’Bryant called 
it quits Thurs-plaint about being harassed. 
¡Vasquez. 
Evelyn 
Cordero and of 
l a 
puente 
First 
Baptist 
ing they were heading in a sh al-p art of the administration build 
an unasualIy 
!onR !irre and 
th:U cause of the wildlife—“birds, day, angrily throwing down his) 
H said he was being called Veilia 
Cardenas 
of 
Stockton; church will officiate at the final 
low accelerating dive into the ing and arresting of some 
350 i! takes a wblle t0 ! 
nd a R(R)(1 foxes, quail, 
raccoon, every 
badge and stalking from a com- by the 
Fire Department dis- Hu{h Ran8el of Ontario; 
Norma rjtes> Burial will be in Forest 
patcher 
at 
all hours 
of the Haltenberg of 1 racy; and five Lawn Covina Hills, 
night to report greater alarm lB ^u g ran d so n s, 
Bennie 
Gon-, 
Sgt. Stuessel is survived by his 
fires, many of which were 
Edthe Gonzales and Reg- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jam es 
eady out. 
mald Gonzales, all of Stockton; D# stuessel of 321 Conlon Ave., 
Commissioner Herbert Glaser Ronald Gonzales of Sunnyvale, La 
P u e n t e ; 
two 
brothers, 
said it was “clear“ to him that and Robert Gonzales of Ontario. charles Stuessel of El Toro Ma- 
O’Bryant thought he was being 
Rosary will be recited tonight rjne 
Base, 
and 
Gregory 
L. 
harassed because he is a Negro. 01 8 at Honnold Bros. Chapel, stuessel 
at home; 
a n d 
the 
According to fire chief Ray- ( bino. Mass will be celebrated grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.M. 
mond M. 
Hill, 
O’Bryant 
had Saturday at 9 a m. at Our Lady p 
Reeves of Cudahy and Mr. 
issued instructions to be called °* Guadalupe Catholic Church, and ^ rs £ p Stuessel of Rob- 


Pacific Ocean, it was theorized persons. 
It has been 15 months since Presic,ent 
w h e n 


He added that a 
new thing.. __ in the m jdd|e 0f Los mission meeting 
could be appointed 
\ngeies County. 


Probing the c ra sh ’s cause, the ihe last permanent president, "' n e n sfa,e cokeK« trustees 
“The engineer says it’s mov- 
investigators found no ex tern al’Dr. Ralph Prator announced his meH in 1 os An8e,es keb. 26. ,ng about one-half inch an hour 
evidence 
of fire 
on three en-iresignation. 
down into the canyon,” Spencer 
gines recovered from 
the ocean' 
Oviatt said the delay in ap- 
said. 
Nine homes 
in 
Hollywood’s 
floor. But they said a generator pointing a new permanent pres- * 
malfunction, compounded by a ident 
seemed 
“excruciatingly |. 
possibly misleading engine fire long” to him. 
He said it is | 
warning light, might have de- impossible 
to assess 
damage t 
veloped into an electrical failure done to the school by the delay. I 
that plunged the cockpit and Cooperation between the admin- 
indicators into darkness. 
istration and faculty, he said. 
The crash aboard the Denver- “is beginning to break 
bound jet occurred shortly after 
Dr. Vern Bullough, faculty 
takeoff from Los Angeles Inter- ganization president, said lack goi»r c .o ^ 
. 
national Airport. 
of a permanent college presi- 
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Laurel Canyon remained in dan­ 
ger from slides today, A fissure 
on top of the hill behind the 
homes 
is 
widening. 
All 
the 
houses have been evacuated. 
The unstable earth, an after- 
math of nine straight days of 


Irvine Co. 


Agriculture 
Challenged 
Chino, with the Rev. Alfredo G ¿nson, Tex. 


5 Marine 
Prisoners 
Escape 


on all major fires. 
“They (the dispatchers) fol- Maleo- Pastor of the church> oi 
....................................... 
SANTA 
ANA (AP) 
The larg- owed ^is instructions and he i'ciating. Burial will be in Holy 
’ rain last month, has plagued est individua| stockholder of the got mad about jty Hill said.'Cross Cemetery. 
motorists, too. 
Irvine ( o. is asking ihe U.S. ««He fe |t they were calling him 
------- 


07 
The 
Pomona 
Freeway 
was 
Dlslirct (ourt t0 order lhe iirm needlessly but they were follow- M ary W aite 
blocked 
Wednesday 
by 
10,000 
10 tu™ any , lXf 
“f ble ing his instructions. He tore his 
Mrs. Mary M argaret W aiteJ 
cubic vards of dirt which broke 0range 
1 
land 
h(,!(lin«6 badge out of his wallet, threw ;77( 0f jgs e. Kingsley Ave., died 
loose from an adjacent hillside. 
int0 an aRncultural pr**s*,ive- it d0wn on the table and said Wednesday 
afternoon at Park' 
34 The total of eight lanes was not 
A suit fi,ed Thursday by Joan T m 
resigning’ 
and 
out he 
expected to be open to traffic 
Irvine Smith against the com- goes. 
pany and its officers contends 
------------------------- 
such a preserve would result 
/"* 
•in great financial loss.” 
U e m O V j T O U p 


lhe 88,000 acres owned by 
B r a d l e y 


manv^renl estate d e v e ^ w rt as 
L0S ANGELES (AP) - City Sacred 
Heart Catholic Church, 
said. 
potentially the most valuable P^OltnciteiaB Thomas Bradley 
is Survivors indude 
a son, Mich- 
Officials at San Diego Coun 


LOS ANGELES (A P )-M ayor piece of land under single own- ¡>4*‘ ki;! b> 
14 S K 
S2LS SKkTi « 
^ - 12 
j- 
summer by Mayor’s Youth Op- billion. 
or m ay°r' 
portunities Council. 
In her suit, Mrs. Simht said 
A report issued Thursday said the 60,000 acres proposed for 
. 
. 
. 
,,nm ‘ .^ 
24 great 
4.200 youths from poverty areas the agricultural preserve has a 1 ‘ 
m a 
e 
uninsPlred 
■ a 
,,ai„o nf t'MV) seemingly 
unconcerned 
and 
received 
camping 
experiences present m arket value of p o 
absentee leadershin” 
and job training at a sum m er million and is ready for residen- 
1 
k 


.02 


until Monday. 
Opportunities 
Council Creates 
6,538 Jobs 


Avenue Hospital after a short 
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Five 
dlness. 
¡Marine prisoners kidnaped their 
Born July 9, 1891, in Scranton, two guards and stole a military 
Pa., she moved to Pomona in vehicle Thursday night, later 
1956 from Gary, Ind. 
fleeing on foot in the Wilming- 
She was a communicant of ton area of Los Angeles, police 


the 
Committee for atd Corbett of Portage, Ind.; jty s Camp Pendleton where the 
in his bid against tbree daughters, Mrs. M argaret Marines supposedly had been 
Mrs. 
Veronica prisoners said they had not been 
Szyjho, both of Gary, Ind. and advised of any escape, 
endorsed !^ rs- Rose Gabor of Whittier. 
A spokesman for the Los An- 
* rrw "nromised (or Bradiey as a 
“ refreshing re. Twenty - one grandchildren and geles Police D epartm ent Harbor 
placement for 
the uninspired 24 Kreat - grandchildren a l s o Division said the five men took 
the guards’ uniforms, then freed 
often absentee leadership” of 
^ be fL,neral will be held Mon- them and abandoned the vehi- 
1» 
Ul “ 
y.;.T 7 - 7 ;- ;:;.i:i, 1 Yortv. 
dyy from the Geisen Funeral cle. A police bulletin on the 
f t 1 yo" " f ter! 
induilnal 
^ 
commiUn „ , 9ta|ew|dp Home. Gltn Park. Ind., « i * L e n su.d two wore the uni- 
p.i e< in 
rec r. .itional chn-j1 
. 
, 
, orv.inbotion crpnh-ii in 1907 Kv burial 
in 
i alvary 
Cemetery, iorms, the other three wore brig 
ics. The program 
Jinued this year. 
will be con-! 
•The scheme to place such organization created in 1967 by 


Pollock M o rtu ary 
, , . fo r pertonalist’d 7trtice 


some Democrats from the ranksl^ortage* !nd- 
of 
education 
and 
the 
fessions. 
prp. 
Pollock Mortuary is in charge 
of local arrangements. 


¡fatigues. 


Salvatori Heads 
Board Supports 
Library Bonds 


¡valuable lands in an agricul­ 
tural preserve is a fraud not 
only on the Irvine Co. and its 
________________ 
minority stockholders,” said a 
* 
«spokesman for Mrs. Smith, “ but 
Marvin Vlieger 
also on the taxpayers of Orange 
Army Pfc. Marvin G, Vlteger, 
County for the reason that the 20, son of Mrs, Ann Vlieger of 
m ajor portion of the property 1244 California St., La Puente, 
LOS ANGELI S 
(AP) — In- board of directors has voted to 
will rem ain in its present va- has been assigned as an infan dustnalist Henry Salvatori and endorse the library bond issue 
cant condition during the entire trym an with the 196th Infantry 
Preston Hotchkiss, a leader in 
for $7(0,000 on the Claremont 
period of the agricultural pre- Brigade, 
Americal 
Division, 
water procurement efforts, will 
municipal ballot next Tuesday. 


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Chapel Service Saturday, 10:30 a m. 
Interment P canon a Cemetery 


MARY M. WAITE 
Services Monday, Geisen Funeral Home, 
Glen Park, Indiana 
Interment Calvary Portage, Indiana 


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in Ronald Reagan's successful approval. A two-thirds vote is 
campaign for governor. 
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F0R SATURDAY, FEB. 15 
'these people; there’ll be much 
W ayne G. B randstadt, M D. 
Your birthday today: Now is more progress on all fronts. 
, 
. 
, 
the time to get right to work on 
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): 
does drink-;your ^ 
_ studjed p|ans obli- Favorite projects are forwarded 
Q — In what way 


L » lth 7 w ii r ithcaus?c»nce0rnr i « atlons are -he o r d e r of .hejby leaps and bounds today, par- 


A — It will not cause cancer, 
but it m ay shorten one’s life by 
causing or aggravating cirrhosis 
of the liver, high blood pressure, 
peptic ulcer, asthm a, diabetes, 
gout, neuritis, coronary heart d i - 
.. 
*. 
* 
A 
sease, brain dam age and k id-'™ ? f 
y. Today's nat.ves tend 


ney stones. Furtherm ore, heavy 
p p an s' 


I year. This being the case, move ticularly those which will flour- 
promptly to your own affairs ish about three months from 
first. Many adjustm ents are fea^ now. Very different conditions 
sible in m i d s t r e a m of a ¡of life are promised in the com' 
successful work program , but 
do not expect full results im- 


drinking 
destroys 
the 
body’s 
supply of vitam in B and inter­ 
feres with the normal dream- 


ARIES (M ar. 21 - Apr. 19): 
The trends of y e s t e r d a y 
continue. Social contacts broad- 


ing now recognized as essential en and tem Pt y°u to d i v e r t 
to restful sleep. 
more of your energy from ser- iacuons. 
^ 
t 
•* 
_ 
i 
ious business to pleasures for 
Q -ls It true that ,f a man Is the|r own sake K(£ 
a (jne ba,. 
a heavy dr taker his children Will anfe teW een work P nd fun 
be bom with congenital defects? 
A_ No 
TAURUS (Apr. 20 - May 20): 
Pleasure travel, particularly in 


ing season, perhaps rather dras- 
tic changes. Be ready. 
PISCES (Feb. 19 - Mar. 20): 
The middle of the road is the 
best route to follow today. Call 
in professional skilled help if 
necessary. Think ahead to avoid 
any conflict between competing 


Methodist Men 
To Hear Catholic 


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CLAREMONT — The Rt. Rev. 
groups or tours, turns out to be Msgr. William Barry, pastor of 
very inviting. Dealings with and Our Lady of Assumption Catho 
visits to institutions or hospitals{ 
Church, will speak at the 
are strongly favored. Sentimen- 7:30 a.m. breakfast m eeting of 
tal interests becokon this even- 
m en’s group of the Clare- 
¡ng 
mont United Methodist Church 


GEMINI (May 21 - June 20): 
The temptation is to take off! 


Q — I often read in your col­ 
umn that the continued use of 
cortisone is harm ful. What do 
you advise for a person who has 
Addison’s disease when his life 
depends on cortisone? 


A - When cortisone is given to 
“7 ' i 
His topic will be “ Reflections 
correct a deficiency of the ad- 
mp ution is to take of ^ {he Church Since Vatican II, 


renal, as in Addison's d 
i s e a s e , and 
Father Dubay and the Papal 
and 
not 
merely 
to control places “ * 
f 
G a,h; Encyclical." The event 
is open 
inflammation, this is replace- 
fr,ends tor Ite 8 rand to the public, 
ment therapy and 
must be con- ( 
0 * 
_ 
' 
tinued indefinitely. 
* ANCF.R (June 21 - July 22): 


Q - I have had Addison's d i-;™ 3'' ^ inps 
a„ chancf “ 
sease for 20 years, l.ately 1 have ^ ,or ° ,her5' G,ve what ,s " f f d- 
Im H o ram /n ttlco o n H 1 
Kltwl ^ 
80(1 
<» 8S if nothing 
has happened. 
Arriving news 
precipitates changes in travel or 
shopping plans. You will find 
new qualities In those you love. 
LEO (July 23 • Aug. 22): The 
day Is encouraging thanks to the 
continuing t r e n d . Get away 


Shop 
Fridays 
9 to 9 


had a rapid pulse and my blood 
pressure, which is usually 115, 
goes up to 145, What causes 
these symptoms and what can 
be done for them ? 
A—In Addison’s disease, the 
blood pressure Is usually low 
and the pulse rapid. You may ¡from trite routines by any prac- 
need an adjustm ent of the dos-,tical means. Other people sur- 
age of the adrenal hormone I rounding you have the bright 
presum e you are taking. 
; ¡¿eas today, but skip the influ- 
jence of friends who dissipate 
Q — Would the adrenal glands*qreat energy with their inner 
In a woman ever produce male tensions, 
hormones? 
1 
VIRGO (Aug. 23 - Sept. 22): 
A— No. Only the testicles can Promotion is the keyword, both 
produce testoterone, the male in career effort and your per- 
hormone. It is true, however, sonal affairs. If you want or 
that there is an interrelation- need relocation or a switch in 
ship between all the glands of conditions, make them top pri- 
intem al secretion. Thus, an ab- ority now. 
sence 
of 
adrenal 
secretion 
LIBRA (Sept. 21 - Oct. 22): 
would cause an atrophy or wast- Personal relationships now ap­ 
ing of the testicles in a man and pear so much more complex 
of the ovaries in a woman. In a and important than they did. 
perpubescent 
girl, this 
would Simplify your outlook. The pros- 
result in a failure of breast de- pects are excellent for coming 
velopment and other feminizing to a happier state of affairs all 
changes. But a total absence of around. 
adrenal secretion is rare. 
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 - Nov. 21): 
Q—Is it possible for a 17-year-(Some 
recognition 
and 
ac- 
old boy to have a stroke? 
ceptance give you th a t nice 
A—It is possible but very glow. Get out and m ake the 
rare. The cause would most like- rounds in a lighthearted fram e 
ly be a blowout of a congenitally of mind, then set up your best 
weak artery in the brain, rath-: style of entertainm ent for the 
e r than hardening of the arter- evening, 
ies or high blood pressure. 
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 


Please send your questions 
and com ments to Wayne 
G. 
Brandstadt, M.D., in care of 
this paper. While Dr. Brand­ 
stadt cannot answer individual 
letters, he will answer letters of 
general interest in future col­ 
umns. 


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people around you. 
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 - Jan. 
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JO Fathoms Deep 
Navy Hopes To Learn a Lot 
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By RALPH DIGHTON 
AP Science Writer 
LONG BEACH, Calif. (AP) - 
To landlubbers, some aspects of 
Sealab 3 may sound like horse­ 
play—but when the experiment 
is over the Navy will know a lot 
more about how to wage war 
TOO fathoms deep, among other 


•"The project calls for five 
team» of eight or nine men to 
spend 12 days each in a 57-by-i 
JMoot habitat on the ocean 
\ flobf off nearby San ( lemente 
Island 
Their work tasks will include i 
romping with porpoises and sea 
Hons, eavesdropping on noisy 
fitfc, building a shelter not much 
bfgser than a child’s playhouse,! 
and a game of hide-and-seek us-1 
ing objects painted in t aster- 
tgg colors. 
To Destroy Ship 
* This 
all 
sounds 
innocent 
enough, but: 
-Porpoises 
and 
sea 
lions 
hopefully can be trained to de­ 
stroy ships, submarines, under­ 
water missile pods and oil well 
drilling sites. 
—Soniferous 
(noise-making) j 
■inarine creatures often mimic 
«Die pounding of engines and the 
Jhssing of torpedoes. Only by de­ 
tecting and filtering out this un­ 
derwater “ static” can a subma­ 
rine skipper know what’s really 
going on in his not-so-silent 
world. 
^ —The shelter ^ ich Sealab 3 
objects irom the surface to explosives could be lured into a 
JjJgquanau s p an 
divers on the bottom and even ¡crowded 
harbor 
by 
pingers 
^wgned o sec i 
i-frppr 10 the Sealab itself. Later, they placed there earlier by divers or 
set one a| ? J* 
may lean, to find a diver some aircraft. Or the lethal messen- 
verston o 
s 
distance away by homing in on gers could be trained to home in 
could serve a s . mts.tle4.uncb-1a 
"pW 
-ntoaudibte, low-on the dirtinctive underwater 


“ -Multicolored objects to be 
™d,o beeper he can soundsof certain types of sh.ps 
. T, 
.. 
u_uitat „.jit sound in case of trouble or when or submarines, 
strewn ou si e 
1 
he wants tQ sen(1 the marnmaij This is where a full catalog of 
help determine w a 
hack to the Sealab for a tool. 
marine noises would come in 


Th Trrmfht ho Inst The same' Bornholdt said 1)0111 W * of handy. Experts bay no two ships 
\ 
II l,—* 1,/i-iot poinrt. underwater 
messengers 
have sound exactly alike and that sea 
ya so wi s 
been conditioned to wear har- mammals, who can tear sounds 
,-}re best for deep-water camou- ^ 
^ 
g ^ 
{Qr ^ 
tha{ ^ ^ reRister on human 


SSnT- Robert A Bornholdt 30- sa«es and tools’ 
10 resp0nd earS’ WOuld haVe 00 iTmbk 
“ 
to signals from at least 300 picking out the noise “ signa- 
year-old hew 
gn yards away. The trick now is to ture’’ of an enemy vessel. The 
of a team t at wi 
^ ^ they function as well in countermeasure would be to 
porpoises and two ■* 
greater depths and in the confu- equip vessels with sonar record- 


mg Jlf t « 
S 
vc thp nrimarv sion of kghu and machinery 00 mgs that would confuse the 
on the bottom, says the primary ^ 
^ 
mammals* delicate ears. 
goal is to rain 
< 
Possible Application 
William Bunton, 35, San Die- 
messages an loos. 
He would not talk about future go, Calif., civilian diving super- 
j r 
'*nte ,Ren 
1 . 
intoiu military uses of sea mammals vibor for Sealab 3 who will be in 
“ These mamm s 
' 
some possible applications charge of the noise identifiea- 
a n t and vejy tnqutstUve. 
be; 
obvious^ A school of por-„on project, says.-It's far from 


s 
“ an ” w ra e w - 
We * * ■ --------- 
---------------- K'" u g silent world down th ere." 
“ I’ve heard whistles, grunts, 
Wiggins 


HOME AWAY FROM HOME— Unless heavy weather delays 
the project, teams of divers will spend 12 days each liv­ 
ing in and around Sea Lab III beginning next Monday. 
In this sketch, the lab is shown on the ocean floor with 
connecting lines to its support ship, Elk River. (AP photo) 


abound in thebe waters and 
keeping them from interfering 
with the ones we’re trying to 
train.” 
The porpoises and sea lions, 
already domesticated in shallow 
sea-water pens at Point Mugu, 
Calif., will be taught first to de- 


Returned to 
Committee 


t h u m pi n g , 
pounding 
and 
screeching—-some of It so eery it 
sends shivers down my spine. In 
many cases, we re not sure 
where it comes from.” 


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He has also been reappointed official 
said 
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where he serves as the ranking industry’s highway safety com- 
Republican member. 
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ience Today 
Geneticist Offers Theory on Determining Sex of Embryo 


By DELOS SMITH 
UP1 Science Editor 
EW YORK (UPI)-In 


“ Of all the genetic differences 
which distinguish members of a 
^species,” she said, “ the distinc-J 
, r, 
, tion between males and females 
itntiflc opinion of Dr. Ursula ,s ()f (he mos, jmerçst ,0 mos( 
jttwoch, a geneticist, the Y ^ p ^ » 
j-omosome 
speeds 
critical 
Facts Produced 
llular divisions in the embryo It used to be such theories 
(1 that is why some of us areproliferated at a high rate but 
ales and some are females, 
no longer. Genetics and related 
She was constructing a new sciences have produced facts 
"ory of how sex is deter-which any acceptable theory 
ined. and for solid reason. 
must account for. A new theory 
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Safe-Motorcycling 
Class Set in Upland 


UPLAND — Safe and courteous motorcycle rid­ 
ing will be stressed in a free class sponsored by 
Upland-Foothill Kiwanis Club to begin with a 7:30 
p.m. indoor question-and-answer session and a mo­ 
torcycle film Saturday. 
Registrations will be taken at the first session 
in the upstairs meeting room of Upland Lumber 
Co. on Euclid Avenue. There are no age limits to 
the course, said Kell Gregg, Kiwanis project chair­ 
man. 
The course was first offered late in 1968 by the 
Kiwanis breakfast club as a feature of its motor­ 
cycle safety campaign. Nine class members were 
graduated in December, Gregg said. The second 
five-week course will include four Saturday morn­ 
ing outdoor instruction sessions, he said. 
Motorcycles will be provided by Foothill Motor­ 
cycle Center, owned by Kiwanian Pete DeRosa. 
DeRosa and a staff member, Kim Cox, will assist 
Gregg as instructors. Cox formerly taught motor­ 
cycle safety riding in England. 


is now an event and this puts chromosomes could determine 
Dr. Mittwoch in science’s center it. 
stage. 
Genes Not Involved 
Among mammals only the 
Dr. Mittwoch proposed that 
fertilized 
germ 
cells 
which genes are not involved at all 
contain 
the 
Y 
chromosome and that the Y chromosome 
develop into males. Normally determines it indirectly, by a 
the Y is paired with one X backdoor, as it were. It causes 
chromosome. 
When 
X’s 
are maleness in positive fashion, by 
paired the result is a female.‘being present and active in the 


(embryonic) development,” she a negative one, that is, the 
said, noting that for one thing, gonad fails to show signs of 
males are larger than females, testis formation in an embryo 
Also “ it has been shown that of appropriate age,” she said, 
the difference between large! “ By 
further 
postulating 
a 
and small breeds of rabbits wasjburst of mitoses at a critical 
accompanied by different rates time and place in development, 
of mitosis in the embryos.” 
jit is easy to imagine how an 
In the human 
(and other indifferent gonad might develop 
tnammaiian) embryo a gonad into a testis. Failing this burst 


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These are established facts. 
Another fact—a confusing one— 
is 
that 
neither 
of 
the 
sex 
chromosomes, Y or X, directly 
determines 
sex 
and 
wide- 
ranging experiments have made 
it doubtful that combinations of 
the 
genes 
carried 
by 
the 


genetic make-up of the fertilized 
germ cell. Femaleness is the 
negative, 
resulting 
from 
the 
absence of Y 
The Y chromosome’s positive 
action is that it “ increases the 
number of mitosis (cell divi­ 
sions) at a particular stage of 


remains in an indifferent state 
for some time after its first 
appearance and there is no 
evident clue to its sexual goal. 
Negative Indication 
“ It is interesting that the first 
indication 
that 
a 
gonad 
is 
destined to become an ovary Is 


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of mitisis, th e gonad would 
become an ovary'.” 
Dr. Mittwoch works in the 
famous Galton Genetics Labora­ 
tory 
in 
London’s 
University 
College. She confronted science 
with her theory in the technical; 
journal, “ Nature.” 


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City Helps Singers 
With Trip to Hawaii 


The City Council has appoint- 
To permit all 33 members of 
erl the Pomona High School the high school group to attend 
Camber Singers as good will the Hawaii conference, the sin- 
ambassador to the State of gers have been conducting va- 
Jrlawaii. The group has been rious fund-rasing activities, 
selected to represent Southern 
More than $2,500 has been col- 
California at the Music Educa- lected and about $4,300 has been 
tors National Conference March pledged. The group hopes to 
28 to April 5. 
raise $11,000. The council donat- 
Rick Ellis, president of the ed $200. 
group, and Weldon Moody, di- 
“ The Pomona City Council de­ 
rector, received from Mayor clares its pride in the selection 
Richard C. Brownell a statuette of the Pomona High School 
of the Goddess Pomona and a Chamber Singers,” said a reso- 
pcoclamation that the singers lution adopted by the council, 
will deliver to Gov. John A. 
Besides Moody and Eliis, the 
{Sums of Hawaii. 
group includes: 
-The chamber singers enter- 
Russ Alders, Carol Brady, Bill 
twined at the council meeting Brogie. Mike Calderwood, Ca- 
Monday. The Pomona choir and rol Castleberry, Sara Curtis, 
Other groups were chosen to re-Evelyn Delunas, Barbara Drag- 
present the MENC, Western Di- land, John Edgerton, Norma El- 
vision, which includes Utah, Ne- hs, 
Jeannette 
Evans, 
Lee 
*ada, Arizona, Hawaii and Cali- Floyd, Nora Galbreath, Randy 
forma. 
Gaul. Jeff Hammond, Lee Hitch­ 
cock, Scott Isenberg. 
U-I/’M i c n 
Shigi Katsushige, Sam Keller, 
11 U U b t f ^ Mark Low, Stephani Masaki, 
Rhonda Newsham, Robin Pro- 
cuniar, Vicki Reed, Becky Ren­ 
ner, Sally Root, Warren Smith, 
Sharon 
Summersett, 
Shirley 
jSummersett, Diane Tarr, Bur- 
-•GLENDORA — St. 
Lucy’s bara Wallace, Terri Waller and 
iory High School will have Jeanne Weatherill. 
o open 
house 
and 
parent- 
Readers desiring to contribute 
laughter tea 
for 
prospective to the fund may mail checks 
jdents and their parents on payable to the chamber singers 
tanday. 
10 the student store at Pomona 
The event will be held at the High School, 
ohool, 19155 i:. Sierra Madre 
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House, 
Tea Planned 
By St. Lucy’s 


We , from 2 to 4 p.m. Tea 
rill be served in the student 
junge. 
^Benedictine Sisters staff the 
ahool. Students are from Po- 
Jona, Claremont, Chino, On­ 
tario , Upland, Cucamonga Co­ 
il; •vma. West Covina, 
Hacienda 
Afu^a, La Puente, San Dimas, hold 
[La Verne and walnut. 


Citrus Maps 
Real Estate 
Seminars 
AZUSA — Citrus College will 
the first in a series of 
seminars on real estate prac­ 
tices Saturday, starting at 8:30 
a.m. 
Sessions will meet in the life 
science building lecture hall 102 
Adult Shorthand 
Class Has Openings 
ONTARIO — *n adult educa- on campus, sponsored jointly by 
»tion dass in beginning short- the Real I state Advisory Com­ 
mand is still open fur enroll mittee of the college and Law- 
^ents 
at 
the Chalfey 
High yers Title Insurance Corp. 
^Klehool night school 
i 
The individual sessions will 
{ Te class meets Tuesdays and refer to the theme of the meet- 
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ienrollment can take place any inars will be held March 15, 
April 26 and May 17. 


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REGISTERING— Mrs. Bruce G a lb ra ith , president o f San A n ­ 
tonio M edical Assistants Association, registers for the C a l­ 
ifornia M edical Assistants convention in San Francisco. The 


convention w ill close S 
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Cactus Society Books 
Illustrated Lecture 


The 
San 
Gabriel 
Valley 
Cactus and Succulent Society 
will meet Monday at 7:30 p.m. 
in the lecture hall of the Los 
Angeles 
State 
and 
County 
Arboretum in Arcadia. 


Victor E. Turecek will pre­ 
sent 
an 
illustrated 
lecture. 
Born 
of 
Czech 
parents 
in 
Argentina, 
Mr. Turecek be­ 
gan an herbarium at an early 
age. He attended the Univer­ 
sity of Buenos Aires and re­ 
ceived a degree in fish culture 
and commercial fishing. Dur- 
in this time, he received a 
scholarship 
trip 
on 
a 
pro­ 
cessing whaling ship and first 
became acquainted with cacti 
on the Dutch island of Cura­ 
cao. 


He arrived 
in 
the United 
States 
in 
1958, 
making 
his 
home in Los Angeles. When 
visiting the local deserts, he 
found 
cacti 
and 
borrowed 
books to study their scienti­ 
fic nam es. Today, Mr. Tu- 
recek’s 
collection 
includes 
nearly 1,500 species of cacti 
and succulents 
located 
in 
South Gate. 


The 
speaker 
became 
an 
American citizen in 1953 and 
is 
a 
graduate 
student 
at 
California 
State 
College 
at 
Los 
Angeles, 
majoring 
in 
Spanish literature. 


Last year, Mr. Turecek was 
invited by his native country 
to deliver a 
lecture at the 
Botanical Gardens of Buenos 
Aires on the subject “Cali­ 
fornia and Arizona Cacti.“ 
William Lockwood, program 
chairman, will introduce the 
speaker. 
In honor of Valentine’s Day, 
the 
theme for the 
meeting 
will be “ Hearts 
Make 
the 


Gourmet’s Delight 


A bowl of ordinary c h i l i 
con 
cam e—with 
or 
without 
beans — when topped with a 
goodly amount of dairy sour 
cream becomes a gourmet’s 
feast say Dairy Council of Cal­ 
ifornia home economists 


Scene in Cactusland.” A dis­ 
cussion on culture and cold 
weather care of winter bloom­ 
ing succulents will be given 
by Mrs. 
Stephen C. 
Su'-zek 
and Walter 
Fader. 
Earl 
Nydam will conduct a draw­ 
ing for 
rare 
and 
unusual 
plants. 


PAMELA WARD 


Miss W ard 
W ill Marry 
Mr. Drino 


Mr. and Mrs. Jay T. Ward 
of Hollywood announce the en­ 
gagement of 
their daughter, 
Pamela Corinne, to Peter Lou­ 
is Drino, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Louis T. Drino of Covina. 
The bride-elect will gradu­ 
ate from UCLA in June with a 
B.A in history. She is a m em ­ 
ber of Alpha Chi Omega soror- 
ity. 
Mr. Drino graduated from 
Cal Poly Pomona with a B.S. 
degree in physical education. 
He is currently working on his 
m aster’s degree at Chapman 
College where he is pool man­ 
ager and swim instructor. 
The wedding will take place 
June 21. 


A lasagna dinner is planned 
Saturday evening 
by 
Clare­ 
mont Bethel 301, International 
Order of Job’s Daughters. 
The dinner will be at 6 p.m. 
at the Claremont Masonic Hall 
at Second and Yale Avenues. 
Claremont, Miss Nancy Giul­ 
ia no, senior 
princess, 
is 
in 
charge of the dinner. 
At 7:30 p.m., the bethel will 
honor mothers, fathers, guard­ 
ians and past honored queens. 
The bethel will also perform 
the Majority Ceremony. There 
will be an initiation for Miss 
Marilyn Scott and Miss Jenni­ 
fer Moffet. Miss Cathy Sieber, 
honored queen, will preside. 
Mrs. Rachel Caddes is beth­ 
el guardian and Del Ellis is as­ 
sociate guardian. 
Girls receiving their Major­ 
ity are M isses Phyllis Rugg, 
Ann 
Stonebraker, 
K a r e n 
Kooman 
and 
Betsy Caddes. 
Hostesses for the m eeting are 
M isses Merrily Diehl, Sandy 
Lloyd, and Lauire Swett and 
their mothers. 


Parents 


To View 


Movie 


A film entitled “ Four Fam i­ 
lies” will be shown to m em­ 
bers of 
the 
Pomona 
Com­ 
munity Nursery School at the 
adult 
education 
meeting 
on 
Monday at 7:30 p.m. 
The film depicts the home 
environment of four fam ilies 
in four different parts of the 
world. A brief discussion, led 
by the teacher-dirctor of the 
nursery school, Mrs. Ronald 
Cohen, will follow the show­ 
ing of the film. 
The public is invited to at­ 
tend the meeting at Trinitv 
Methodist 
Church, 
676 
N. 
Gibbs St. Information can be 
obtained by calling M is. Mary 
Siegrist, 593-8833. 
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O E S Group 
Schedules 
Meeting 


Mrs. Jim m ie R. Wilcoxson 
and Philip Hunt, worthy ma­ 
tron and patron, will preside 
at the first initiation of the 
year for 
Star of the 
West 
Chapter, 
Order 
of 
Eastern 
Star, at 8 p.m. Monday in the 
Masonic Temple. 
Special escort will be given 
Mrs. 
Hervie Peterson, 
past 
grand matron, State of Min­ 
nesota, and Mrs. Irene Fur­ 
long, deputy grand matron of 
the 58th district. 
A practice for initiation and 
balloting will be held at the 
temple at 2 p.m. Sunday for 
all officers. 


Friendship Meeting 
Set by Pomona BPWC 


“ Golden Circle of Friend­ 
ship” will be the theme of the 
Tuesday 
night 
dinner 
a n d 
meeting of the Business and 
Professional Women’s Club of 
Pomona. 
Hospitality hour is 6:30 p.m. 
and dinner will be served at 
7 o'clock at Orlando’s. 
Mrs. Julia K. Arri, personal 
development chairman of the 
National 
Federation of Bus­ 
iness and Professional Wom­ 
en’s Clubs, will be the speak­ 
er. 
“ Awareness” has been an­ 
nounced as Mrs. Arri’s topic. 
She is a past California Fed­ 
eration president, past p resi-. 


MRS. JULIA ARRI 


Fashion 


Show Date 


Changed 


LA 
VERNE - San Dimas 
Chapter for the City of Hope 
has scheduled a fashion show 
and luncheon March 8 at noon 
at Orlando’s Restaurant, 1700 
W. Holt Ave. 


First plans 
for the event 
called for the luncheon to be 
held Saturday, but the chap­ 
ter has since moved the fash­ 
ion show and luncheon to the 
March date. 


Half-way Dance 


Is Scheduled 
In San Dimas 


A “half-way dance” is plan­ 
ned Saturday evening by the 
( offee Grinders Square Dance 
Club of San Dimas. 
The dance is open to all 
square dance club members 
and 
m em bers of beginners’ 
classes 
now 
underway. 
Bob 
Schneider will c a l l for the 
dance at 8 p.m. in Eckstrand 
School, 
Juanita 
and 
Walnut 
Avenues, in San Dimas. 


dent of 
Sierra 
Mar District 
and m em ber and past presi­ 
dent 
of 
the 
Pomona 
BPW 
Club. Mrs. 
Arri 
resides 
in 
Claremont and is a Pomona 
businesswoman. 
Members from all Business 
and 
Professional 
Women’s 
Clubs in Mountain Section of 
Sierra Mar District have been 
invited to attend. 
This 
pro­ 
gram is one of a series de­ 
signed to promote friendship 
between the m em bers of var­ 
ious clubs. 
Miss Kirsten Alm aas, presi­ 
dent of the Pomona club, will 
preside at the meeting. 
Miss Margaret Feucht, lead­ 
ership chairman, is in charge 
of the evening’s arrangement 
and will introduce the speaker. 
Reservations are due by Sat­ 
urday with Mrs. Ila Stewart. 


(dom ing ¿Events 


SATURDAY 
SIGMA ALPHA IOTA, Co­ 
vina 
Alumnae 
Chapter, 
an­ 
nual Delta Province Day, Han­ 
cock 
Auditorium, 
University 
of Southern California cam ­ 
pus, all day. 
CITY OF HOPE, Pomona 
Chapter, Lilly Moritz, Inter­ 
national Dinner, 1807 Berke­ 
ley Ave., 6 to 9 p.m. 
CLAREMONT BETHEL 301, 
International Order of Job’s 
Daughters, 
Lasagna 
dinner, 
Claremont 
Masonic 
Hall, 
6 
p.m. 
SHARON Chapter of Hadas- 
sah, spaghetti dinner, Larry 
Thorne home, 7502 Valle Vis­ 
ta, Cucamonga, 7:30 p.m. 
COFFEE 
G R I N D E R S 
Square Dance Club, Eckstrand 
School, 
Juanita 
and 
Walnut 
Avenues, 
San 
Dimas, 
Bob 
Schneider, caller, 8 p.m. 
SILVER SPURS S q u a r e 
Dance Club, S w e e t h e a r t 
Dance, 
Claremont 
Women’s 
Club, 343 W. 12th St., Clare­ 
mont, 8 p.m. 
FAIR 
VALLEY GRANGE, 
first 
and s e c o n d degree, 
Grange Hall, 11667 S. Monte 
Vista Ave., 8 p.m. 
POMONA VALLEY Parents 
Without Partners Club, dance, 
Dunes in Riverside, 8 p.m. 
TURNAGINS Square Dance 
Club, 
Washington 
Park, 
all 
singing 
calls by 
Bill 
Lock- 
ridge, 8 p.m. 
POMONA 
VALLEY 
Single 
Parents Club, Valentine Par­ 
ty, home of Lloyd Estes, 3576 
Maple Leaf Dr., Riverside, 8 
p.m. 
FOOT ‘N* FIDDLE Square 
Dance 
Club, 
Cupid’s 
Heart 
Party, American Legion Hall, 
1550 Bonita Ave., La Verne, 
Tom 
Dunagan, 
caller, 
8 to 
11:30 p.m. 
ST. 
JOSEPH 
ELEMENT­ 
ARY School PTA, dance, mul­ 
tipurpose auditorium, 8:30 p - 
m. to 12:30 a.m. 


By DR. JOYCE BROTHERS 


DEAR DR. BROTHERS: Our 13-year-old daughter is overweight and 1 
try very hard to enforce a restricted diet. It’s hard lor her but her giandmothot, 
my mother, makes it worse by ridiculing the idea of such a young girl having 
to diet. She always criticizes me when I don’t give Jeanie a piece of cake or pie 
and brings the girl boxes of candy. She forces me into playing the part of the 
old witch while she’s the gen­ 
erous fairy godmother.—S.P. 


Dear 
Mrs. 
P.: 
Disagree­ 
ments 
between grandmother 
and mother over the raising 
of a child can be based on 
deep rooted conflicts that are 
irrelevant to the issues being 
argued. 


A young mother may have 
grievances stored up against 
her mother for supposed or 
actual wrongs done to her as 
a 
child. 
Unconsciously, 
to 
gain revenge and reprove her 
pother, 
she 
m ay 
dedicate 
herself to demonstrating her 
own prowess in raising her 
children. 
But regardless of the le­ 
gitim acy of the dissension be­ 
tween 
grandmother 
and 
mother, the hostility can be 
confusing 
and 
upsetting for 
the children who find them­ 
selves faced with two oppos­ 
ing dictums. 


It Is not unnatural for a 
child to feel especially affec­ 
tionate towards a grandpar­ 
ent, 
because 
the 
grandpar­ 
ent is freed of most of the 
authority 
which 
antagonizes 
the 
child. 
However, 
some 
grandparents 
abuse 
their 
freedom 
from 
disciplining 
tasks by purposely indulging 


Miss Forecast 
Shop Opens 
Next Monday 


the child 
to further secure 
them selves in the child’s af­ 
fections. 


This 
type 
of 
grandparent 
lets parental rules be disre­ 
garded, undermining the ef­ 
fectiveness of parental author­ 
ity. 
Your mother seem s 
to 


ter stick to a diet. If you 
harp relentlessly on her eat­ 
ing habits, she may com e to 
feel 
that 
you 
are 
really 
ashamed of 
her 
size 
and 
don’t love her as she is. 


Whatever 
the 
sources 
of 
contention are between you 
have fallen into this regret- 
and your mother, declare a 
able 
behavior, 
perhaps 
be­ 
cause she feels this is the 
only way she can win her 
granddaughter’s love. 


You 
might 
also 
consider 
whether you are perhaps over­ 
emphasizing 
the 
seriousness 
of your daughter’s problem. 
While you are of course wise 


truce over this issue at least, 
for the sake of your daugh­ 
ter. 
Don’t argue with your moth­ 
er in front of your daughter 
over her com m ents or criti­ 
cism s. And she m ay simply 
be misguided in her nutrition­ 
al beliefs; 
take 
her 
along 


to try to help your daughter 
with you to the doctor so she 
avoid the unhappiness of the 
can hear from an 
authority 
obese adolescent girl, it may 
about the importance 
of 
a 
be that her pudginess is only 
controlled diet for adolescents 
temporary and will diminish 
with weight problems, 
as she 
matures. 
The 
only 
Don’t 
worry 
about 
losing 
person 
who 
can 
accurately 
your daughters affections be- 
determine this is your family 
cause of your unpleasant role 


physician. 


IF 
THE 
DOCTOR 
DOES 
agree that your daughter has 
a weight problem, follow his 
recommendations for preparing 
the best types 
of 
food 
for 
your daughter. 
But he will 
probably also point out that , 
it is usually not so much a 
problem of overeating as un­ 
deractivity that is the cause 
of much adolescent obesity. 
Disproportionate 
emphasis 
on food and “self-denial” are 
not likely to mdke your daugh- 


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as weight-watcher. There is 
always a certain amount of 
resentment 
between 
a 
teen 
girl and her mother over the 
problem of controlling behav­ 
ior, whether it’s setting cur­ 
fews or hiding the chocolate 
bars. 


Miss 
Forecast 
Shops 
will 
. . 
open in all 17 May Company 
J// / I O f -) O f" 
Southern California Stores be­ 
ginning Monday. 
The new shop will be com­ 
posed of collections of con­ 
temporary 
fashions. 
Clothes 
will 
be 
for 
women 
to 
be 
worn in business and wives 
of young executives who want 
to dress up to their husbands’ 
potential. 
All the news of the current 
fashion 
season will 
be fea­ 
tured 
in 
dresses, 
costumes 
and s o c i a l clothes priced 
from 40 to 90 dollars. 
The clothes will carry the 
labels of Mr. Mort, Don So­ 
phisticates 
Johnny 
Herbert, 
Richard Frontman, Lee Jor­ 
dan, Nan Leslie, Paul Stan­ 
ley, Portfolio, Fred Perlberg, 
Town Sophisticates and Red 
Rothchild, to name a few. 
The shop will be located in 
the Forecast area in all May 
Co. stores. 


President 


The 
18th 
District 
of 
the 
American 
Legion 
Auxiliary 
will 
honor 
the 
department 
president, Mrs. Barbara Carl­ 
son, Monday evening at the El 
Sereno American Legion Club- 
Mrs. 
W i l m a 
Scharwark, 
district president, announced 
that an unusual program has 
been planned. 
February 
is 
Americanism 
month for the auxiliary and 
members are reminded to fly 
the American flag. 


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West's double of two hearts, 
was 
generally 
unpopular. 
He 
didn’t like it m u c h himself. 
North considered running out to 
three diamonds but finally de­ 
cided to let his partner get out! 
of his own troubles if he wished. 
North had also n o t i c e d that 
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and diamonds in running to an 
enemy suit and maybe South 
did know what he was doing 
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way dummy's last club and at 
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Friday E ven ing, February 14 , 1 9 6 9 


Heroes oir Romance 


Answer to Previous P u nie 


ACROSS 
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5 
Hur 
•8 Lover of 
Lorna Doone 
12 Behold (Latin) 
13 Away from 
(prefix! 
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cetacean 
15 Tight 
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18 Banyan, for 
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21 Greenland 
base 
24 Hissing sound 
26 Flowers 
27 Stoops 
31 Mouthward 
32 Feminine col­ 
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34 Quick blow 
35 Child’s game 
36 Napoleon's 
exile isle 
37 Duration 
of act 


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40 Desert animal 
41 Skillful 
43 Inactive 
44 Hollow 
depression 
47 Norse god 
49 Heater for 
radio filament 
51 Epochs 
55 U tah state 
flow-er 
56 Pointed 
fastener 
57 Rajah’s wife 
58 Canopus, for 
instance 
59 Frozen dessert 
60 12 months 
D O W N 
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2 Fiddler crab 
genus 
3 Needle 
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4 Irked 
5 Infant 
6 Fencing 


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7 Neither 
8 Bulwcr- 
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9 Girdle box 
10 Pair (var.) 
11 Small iish 
17 Stared 
19 Thing (Latin) 
21 Jogs 
22 Hourly 
23 Custom 
25 Notion 
28 Dirt 
29 Entitlcr 
30 Wheat type 
32 Musical 
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36 Happening 
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39 Newspaper 
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cd me they’d really give it to which is better - a snack nr 
him. What shall 1 do?—Phil, 
.dinner? If it’s a snack, should 
Dear Phil: Talk to your broth-I warn her to eat a light dinner 
er and ask him to explain the so she’ll have an appetite? — 
matches. 
If 
the 
explanation Dale. 
^ seems valid, forget your suspi-1 
Dear Dale: 
Personally, 
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and share your doubts with his to too much of a good thing-j 
I principal and counselor. Isn’t Financing on top of a tux, flow* 
1 this 
short - circuiting 
yourlers, tickets and transportation 
I parents’ authority? Yes, it is.jis 
astronomical. 
Check 
your 
But if arson’s been his game, he date’s 
curfew and 
if there s 
j 
Dear Walt: I share a room be was very, very excited. 1 must get immediate professional!time for a 
post-prom 
snack,j 
with my small nine-year old'didn’t think much about it until help and not just a pounding I choose that to put a climax to 
brother. He doesn’t get along last night when I was looking: from parents who 
sound 
like the evening. As 
long 
as 
she 
with other children very well for my pen and happened to op- they’re already part of the prob- know's about the post - prom 
and so he reads a lot and stays en his dresser. 
lem.— Walt. 
snack, she can gauge her own 
inside most of the time. A week 
There in the bottom draw er 
★ 
★ 
★ 
home-dinner appetite.—Fie and 
ago there was a fire in the bath- were two books of m atches un- 
Dear Ele and Walt: It’s still Walt, 
rrom at his school and all the der a pile of stuff and one book two months away but I’m very 
★ 
★ 
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kids got out half-day. Yesterday, was almost used 
up. 
I think concerned about the prom and. 
Prom time and formal parties 
there was another fire, only thisjm aybe he set the fires but I doing it all right. It is custom- don’t occur very often, hut when 
time they put out the fire w ith-don’t know what to do. My pnr- ary to take your date to dinner they do you II want to be aware 
out 
sending 
the kids 
home, ents a rt not good 
about under-and then a 
post-prom 
snack, of the special and everyday eti- 
When he told us about the fires, standing him and 
if they believ- too? If your budget is limited, quette 
involved. For 
Pie 
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The mishap was blamed on a 
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it 
took 
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tracks. 
Authorities said the derailed 
car sustained about $1,000 dam ­ 
age. Damage to the other two 
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By MIKE CASTRO 
P-B Staff Writer 
The battle with nature is over 
for now but some of the after 
effects caused by flooding in the 
Upland and Cucamonga a r e a s 
last month remain, 
t 
The main diagonal flood con­ 
trol wall below 21st Street in 
Upland’s San Antonio Heights is 
still damaged, but plugged. The 
wall runs to the southeast and 
diverts water out of Cucamonga 
Canyon, north of Upland, into the 
Cucamonga Wash. 
Flood control workmen have 
plugged the stone wall with dirt. 
Water 
ripped 
it 
open 
and 
carried off about 60 feet of 
stone last Jan. 25 and endan­ 
gered several hundred Upland 
homes. 
| 
Instead of being diverted into 
the wash, the water changed its 
course and passed through a 
series of flood control levees de­ 
signed to hold back water so 
that it can seep underground. 
The water was allowed into the 
levees through gates on the 
stone diagonal wall. 
, 
Once the water changed its 
course during the storm, it was 
diverted back into the channel 
by the main dirt levee, the Cu- 
* camonga reception levee which 
starts at the north end of Cam­ 
pus Avenue in Upland and runs 
diagonally east toward the wash. 
The Cucamonga reception levee 
was outflanked by water on 
both ends and much of the wa- 


ter rushed into the city. 
City Manager Elwin Alder de­ 
clared a state of emergency and 
ordered evacuation of h ome s 
east of Euclid Avenue and north 
of Foothill Boulevard that Sat­ 
urday. 
He ordered those on 
both sides of Campus Avenue, 
all the way down to the free­ 
way, to evacuate the next day. 
Alder also serves as civil de­ 
fense director. An on - site in­ 
spection of the Cucamonga le­ 
vee that Saturday afternoon re­ 
vealed that all that held the wa­ 
ter back on a spiligate n e a r 
Grove Avenue was the concrete 
facing on the north side of the 
dirt levee. Water had washed 
away the dirt behind it. 
Since that time, city and coun­ 
ty officials have been in dis­ 
agreement about some of the 
circumstances in the emergen­ 
cy. 
Alder has maintained he was 
not notified that the stone diag­ 
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had broken at 11 a.m. that Sat­ 
urday until later in the after­ 
noon. County flood control offi­ 
cials have maintained they no­ 
tified police. 
Whatever the misunderstand­ 
ings, only one person died in 
the area, John Joseph Vogel, 58. 
The damage was something else. 
At least 41 homes in the tracts 
near 8th Street and Heilman 
Av e nu e , Cucamonga, were 
flooded by overflow from Cuca­ 
monga Channel. Ten others east 


of Turner and south of Foothill 
in the same area were also 
flooded along with a winery and 
bowling alley on Foothill Bou­ 
levard. 
There are those who suggest 
that building a dam in Cuca­ 
monga Canyon similar to the 
San Antonio Dam below Mt. Bal- 
dy is a solution to future flood­ 
ing. 
Congressman Jerry L. Pettis, 
R-33rd Dist., introduced legisla­ 
tion for building such a d a m 
last year. Congress approved it 
but did not vote any money for 
it. 
Evidence of flood damage this 
year may nudge Congress into 
allocating 
funds 
during 
the 
next session, some county offi­ 
cials believe. 
The dirt plug in the stone 
wall is expected to hold water 
in the Cucamonga channel un­ 
til the end of the rainy season. 
Afterwards, the stone wall will 
be repaired, county flood con­ 
trol officials said. 
The flooding along the chan­ 
nel, 
especially 
near 
Foothill 
Boulevard 
in 
Cucamonga, 
is 
caused in part by the low-lying 
terrain and the flash floods that 
occur in the mountains to the 
north. 
Cucamonga 
C a n y o n 
draws from a water shed of 10 
square miles. Snow also plays a 
part. When snow is present on 
the mountains and is melted by 
warmer rain, the runoff be­ 
comes extremely heavy. 


WHERE IT ALL BEGAN 


McCarthy To Quit 
Politics-McGee 


Water flows through the break in the main diagonal stone wall in 
Cucamonga Canyon. The break, lower center, allowed water to pass 
into basins and levees north of Upland instead of sending it east 
Teacher Walkout 
Canceled at Poly 


toward banks at upper left where Cucamonga W ash begins. The break 
has been plugged with dirt and repairs to the stone wall are not ex­ 
pected to be made until after the rainy season. 
(P-B photo) 


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Friday Evening, February 14, 19A9 
Page 1, Sec. 2 


CLAREMONT - Sen. Gale 
Mc Ge e , D - Wyo., predicted 
Thursday that Sen. Eugene Mc­ 
Carthy will resign his Senate 
seat to join a "think tank” and 
that former Vice President Hu­ 
bert Humphrey will come back 
in McCarthy’s seat. 
McGee made his prediction in 
a press conference following a 
talk for the Public Affairs For­ 
um of Claremont Men’s College. 
He said McCarthy has been 
very unhappy in the Senate, 
frustrated by the compromises 
and backing and filling neces­ 


sary there, compared with the 
freer atmosphere of the House. 


McGee added that men who 
take themselves too seriously 
can kill themselves in govern­ 
ment, with the intense frustra­ 
tion of goals that never ends. 
He viewed the saving grace 
as a sense of humor and a sense 
of history. 
McGee is backing Edmund 
Muskie for the next try at the 
Presidency, but he does not 
deny that Sen. Edward Kennedy 
is a strong contender. 
McGee’s talk on the responsi­ 


bilities of a world power came 
down hard on the essential na­ 
ture of a balance of power 
among governments — to as­ 
sure peace in the world. He said 
he views this almost solely in 
terms of the great nuclear pow­ 
ers, the United States and the 
USSR. 
In his hard-headed analysis, 
each country should be permit­ 
ted to evolve its own form of 
government, even if the U. S. 
doesn’t like the form, but no 
country should have any gov­ 
ernment forced on it by force 
of arms. 


Cal Poly, along with the other 
state colleges, has called otf 
plans for a teacher walkout 
Feb. 21. 


Lloyd Kramer, chairman of 
the Cal Poly Faculty Senate, 
received a telegram from the 
statewide State College Academ­ 
ic Senate Thursday, as follows: 
"In view of the fact that piess 
representation of the action of 
the executive committee of the 
Academic Senate has been 
widely misunderstood, and in 
view of the fact that the pre­ 
vious status of striking faculty 
at San Francisco and San Jose 
and other campuses is not clear 
at the present time, the execu­ 
tive committee has decided to 
postpone action on this matter 
until the March meeting of the 
Senate, or until such time as 
the situation becomes clear.” 


Freeway Will Open One Cleared Lane 


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The State Division of High­ 
ways closed the eastbound lanes 
of the Pomona Freeway near 
7th Avenue in Industry again 
Thursday night to speed clear­ 
ing of earth and debris caused 
by slides two days ago. 
A spokesman said one of the 
eastbound four lanes would be 
reopened this afternoon to ac­ 
commodate some of the rush- 
hour traffic. 
Three of the four westbound 
lanes were clear and open to­ 
day. 
Traffic, although somewhat re­ 
duced, was flowing normally this 
morning between Los Angeles 
and the San Gabriel River Free­ 
way, the section not affected by 
the landslides. 
The highway engineers said 
there have been no further 
slides, "although that possibil­ 
ity could not yet be discounted.” 
The spokesman said the clear­ 
ing would proceed around th e 
clock but slowly and very care­ 


fully. He declined to estimate 
how long it wouid take. 
"We’re jockeying back and 
forth with the trucks and skip- 
loaders,” he explained, "trying 
to keep some traffic moving. We 
not only have to move off the 


dirt, we also have to protect the 
overhangs so there are no fur­ 
ther slides.” 
He estimated that the clear­ 
ing job will cost between $300,- 
000 and $400,000. 
He said that since there are 


1 Robbery Try Fails, 
2 Others Net $103 


There were two successful 
robberies here and one attempt­ 
ed robbery within an hour early 
Thursday night. 
Two ba n d i t s , one with a 
switchblade knife, got nothing 
in an attempt to rob the Save- 
More Service Station at 1187 W. 
Mission Blvd. But a few min­ 
utes later apparently the same 
two men got $100 in a robbery 
of the Pomona Gas Station, Holt 


Avenue and Hamilton Boule­ 
vard. 
In the interim Richard E. Ol­ 
sen, 46, was grabbed by four 
men as he left his car and was 
hit with a hammer. The attack 
was in the 200 block of E. 7th 
Street at 7 p.m. Olsen said he 
was knocked down and his wal­ 
let with $3 taken. He was treat­ 
ed later at Pomona Valley Com­ 
munity Hospital. 


no rush hours during the week­ 
end, the eastbound lanes will 
remain closed until Monday af­ 
ternoon to expedite the work. 
More than 20,000 cubic yards 
of earth slid down from the hill­ 
side 
Wednesday 
immediately 
blocking traffic through all eight 
lanes of the artery which links 
the Industry - Rowland Heights- 
La Puente area with Metropoli­ 
tan Los Angeles. 
The earth broke after the land 
supersaturated 
with 
moisture 
from the recent record breaking 
storms cracked and dried. 
The clearing operation is ex­ 
pected to continue through most 
of next week. 


Burning Permitted 
No smog is forecast in San 
Bernardino County for Saturday, 
Sunday and Monday, according 
to the Air Pollution Control Dist­ 
rict. Allowable burning is per­ 
mitted. 


San Francisco Superior Court 
Judge Henry Rolph has issued 
a temporary restraining order 
against the strike at San Fran­ 
cisco State and said the teach­ 
ers had no legal right to strike 
against the government. 
So far these rulings have re­ 
ferred only to Amencan Fed­ 
eration of Teachers members, 
according to Cal Poly President 
Robert Kramer. 
To enforce the injunction is 
up to the board of trustees of 
the state colleges, who next 
meet Feb. 25 and 26 in Los 
Angeles. The office of S t a t e 
Chancellor Glen Dumke in Los 
Angeles said until the trustees 
meet and decide what to do, 
there is no action to announce. 
The trustees would have to 
sign complaints, identify the 
striking teachers and move to 
prosecute them. 
The San Francisco judge has 
cited numerous decisions to sus­ 
tain his finding that public em­ 
ployes do not have the right 
to strike and that the strike 
"has encouraged and directly 
caused mass picketing and acts 
of violence.” 
In the wake of the one - day 
walkout of Cal Poly AFT mem­ 
bers Jan. 22, 33 teachers were 
docked one day’s pay, varying 
from $50 to $100, said AFT Lo­ 
cal President William Smith. 


Camellia 


Show 


To Bloom 


Thousands of colorful blooms 
will be on display Saturday and 
Sunday when the Pomona Val­ 
ley Camellia Society holds its 
22nd annual show in the lobby 
of Pomona First Federal Sav­ 
ings and Loan Association. 
Exhibitors are expected to 
participate from an area that 
reaches from Bakersfield to San 
Diego, according to W a l t e r 
Harmsen, president of the so­ 
ciety. 
Registration for exhibitors will 
start at 8 a.m. and the show 
opens to the public at 2:91 p.m. 
Saturday. The doors will reopen 
for public exhibit from 10 a.m. 


Claremont 


Man Dies in 
Truck Mishap 


SAN BERNARDINO - An 80- 
year-old Claremont man died 
here Thursday from head injur­ 
ies sustained when a panel truck 
spun in a circle and tossed him 
and another passenger out onto 
the freeway. 
Arthur B. Campbell, of 4474 
Glen Way, Claremont, landed on 
his head. He suffered a skull 
fracture and died Thursday at 
12:28 p.m. at County General 
Hospital. The other passenger. 
Miss Jackie Morris, 19, of 252 
E. 4th St., Pomona, was treated 
at the same hospital for mod­ 
erate head injuries, the Califor­ 
nia Highway Patrol reported. 
The accident happened Wed­ 
nesday on the interchange of the 
San Bernardino, Riverside and 
Barstow freeways. 
The truck, driven by Camp­ 
bell’s grandson, Donald Camp­ 
bell, 18, of the same address, 
was pulling a trailer and began 
whipping back and forth. The 
truck was whipped into a 180-de­ 
gree spin, the door flew open 
and both the elder Campbell and 


Miss Morris were tossed out. 
Investigators said the trailer 
began whipping because it was 
incorrectly loaded. Most of the 
weight was near the rear in­ 
stead of near the tongue, they 
added. 


YMCA Starting 


Swim Lessons 


The Pomona Valley YM C A Is 
starting a new series of swim 
lessons for the preschool child 
this week. 
Mother-baby and tiny tots— 
3 to 5 — classes meet in the 
morning. Classes for children 
5 to 7 meet in the afternoons. 
Eight lessons cost $8. Persons 
wishing 
further 
information 


Inmates Offered 


N ew Negro Course 


CHINO — A new course, "Afro-American His­ 
tory,” is being offered inmates at the California 
Institution for Men. 
Classes will start with the African’s origin and 
follow him through migrations, civilizations and 
slavery and up to present time. 
One objective of the course is to help bridge the 
existing gap between the black and white commun­ 
ity through education, officials said. 
A request to start the new study was approved 
by the Chino School District Board of Trustees 
Tuesday night. 
The class is an outgrowth of an Afro-American 
cultural group recently formed, said Harvey Hol­ 
land, principal of the adult education program at 
C1M. 
CIM officials saw there was an interest in this 
field and asked the course be started to give in­ 
mates a more thorough academic background of 
the Negro, he added. 
An organizational meeting was held Tuesday 
night, with about 10 persons attending. The class 
will meet each Tuesday and Thursday from 7:30 to 
9:30 p.m. Melvin Waring is the instructor. 
Other objectives, said officials, will be to develop 
an awareness of Afro-American history; develop 
an awareness on the African-American role in the 
making of America; and gain a more complete 
understanding of the black man in U. S. history. 


Med Students Get 
Training at PSH 


A program designed to acquaint Loma Linda 
University medical students with the problems of 
the mentally retarded began this week at the Pa­ 
cific State Hospital. 
The second- and third-year medical students In 
groups of four are scheduled to work four after­ 
noons a month interviewing, examining and evalu­ 
ating the mentally retarded, according to Dr. Clin­ 
ton Johnson, chief of professional education. 
"In this way,” said Dr. Johnson, “ we get the 
students into contact with living patients as soon 
as possible.” 
Dr. Johnon believes that because general prac­ 
titioners are the first to be consulted about mental 
retardation they should have at least a basic under­ 
standing of the subject. 
In addition, Dr. Johnson feels that medical men 
who understand the problems may even be able 
to limit the number of mentally retarded admitted 
to institutions in the first place. 
Many patients at Pacific State Hospital, he said, 
would have been better off with their families. This 
is where the general practitioner can help, he 


For Water in Southwest Chino 
211 Protest Rate Hike 


AMID THE DAMAGE 


San Bernardino County Supervisor Ruben Ayala, left, discusse* 
the flood damage along the Cucamonga channel with Rep. 
Glenard Lipscomb, standing, Rep. Jerry Pettis and Rep. Don 


Clausen, Clausen is a member of the House Public Works 
Committee which is surveying flood dam age in California, 
See Story on Page 1, Sec, 1. 
I P-B photo) 


CHINO — Four persons ap­ 
peared in person Thursday and 
211 put their signatures on a pe­ 
tition to protest a proposed 33 
per cent water rate increase in 
the southwest Chino area. 
The protests opened hearings 
being conducted her© by the 
Public Utilities Commission. 
The increase was asked by 
the Pomona Valley Water Com­ 
pany which serves the a r e a 
southwest of Schaefer and Ros­ 
well avenues and southwest of 
the Corona Expressway starting 
just north of Chino Avenue, 
down to Central Avenue. The 
area 
includes 
Los 
Serranos, 
Glenmeade and Carbon Canyon 
all the way to Orange County. 
Four women testified at the 
hearing 
being 
conducted 
by 
Stewart C, Warner, the examm- 


iner for the PUC, Thursday 
morning. The Pomona V a l l e y 
Water Co. offered its case in the 
afternoon. 
Mrs. William Gates of 15029 
Sandalwood Ln, presented a pe- 
t i t i o n from the Glenmeade 
Homeowners Association and 
signed by 211 persons. She also 
presented a letter protesting the 
increase 
from 
the 
advisory 
board of County Service Dis­ 
trict No. 19. 
Mrs. Gates maintained th e 
company's rates are already 
higher than any other water 
company in the area. Property 
owners in the county service 
area pay their own water bills 
and must also pay for water 
used for parks by a special 
county tax, she said. 
The others who testiffied are 
Mrs. Ruth Buchanan of 15466 


Country Club Dr.; Mrs. Jeanette 
Wallace of 4260 Lugo Ave,; and 
Mrs. Ernest Belcher of 4260 
Gird Ave. AH three opposed the 
increase and said the meters 
have been read incorrectly in 
the past. 
The company says it has not 
had a rate increase since 1950. 
According to a PUC staff re­ 
port, the company maintains its 
present rates produced $6,6$*) of 
net revenue during last year 
and provided no rate of return. 
The staff said net revenue was 
$7,320 and provided a rate of 
return of 0.7 per cent. 
The company said proposed 
rates would produce $20,300 of 
net revenue and 1.86 rate of re­ 
turn. The PUC staff said the pro­ 
posed rates would provide $31,- 
120 in net revenue ami would 
give a 3.0 per cent rate of return. 


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EDITORIALS 
Lots of Liberty, 


Little Learning 
% * 
“ A university,” said Benjam in D israeli, 
“ should be a place of light, of liberty and 


of learning.” 


T oday's students are definitely enjoying 
an abundance of the second of these three 
Ls, but there is cause to wonder how ihe oth­ 
er two are faring. Consider the light shed 
and the learning displayed recently on one 


university cam pus. 


m It began when about 35 m em bers of Stu­ 
dents for a D em ocratic Society (SDS) hoist­ 
ed a Viet Cong flag at the Post Office at 
Stanford U niversity. Young Republicans at­ 
tem pted to rem ove the flag, but it had been 
Skillfully knotted to frustrate just such a re­ 
actionary reaction. 


The SD S group next m arched to the office 
£>f President Kenneth S. Pitzer, demanding 
that he answ er their questions “ concerning 
1he university’s participation in the violence 
perpetrated against the people of the world.” 


m Unfortunately, 
the 
president 
w as 
not 
foore, so the students had to go away unen­ 
lightened. 


; 
Next day, in “ the most dram atic show of 
C o n se rv a tiv e student strength yet seen on 
Cam pus,” about 50 Young Republicans and 
Young 
Am ericans 
for 
Freedom 
chanted 
*p ig s off cam pus, pigs off cam pus” at m em ­ 
b e r s of the SDS during a noon rally and 
waved brightly colored placards bearing 
«such devastating slogans as, ‘‘If You Liked 
liitle r, You’ll Love SD S.” 


r 
After enduring an hour’s heckling, the 
SD S led a m arch on the Applied Electronics 
Laboratory, but w as prevented from cap­ 
turing the building by the conservatives, 
m ith minor scuffling. About 100 SDSors then 
invaded the research facilities in the Stan­ 
ford Industrial P ark, where they raised the 
red flag of revolution and the black flag of 
anarchy. 


Thus ended another day in youth’s un­ 
ceasing quest for light, liberty and learning 
In one grove of higher education. 


Is the Nation's 


i Business Next? 


In session little more than a month, the 
91st U.S. Congress has already disposed of 
two m ajor item s of business: 


• Decided not to oppose an autom atic 
pay increase which will raise congressional 
salaries by nearly 42 per cent, from $30,000 
to s 12.500 a year. 


• W orked out a vacation schedule, pro­ 
viding for week-long recess over Lincoln’s 
Birthday, E aster, M emorial Day and Ju ly 
4th, plus a sum m er holiday from Aug. 13 to 
Sept. 3. 


If it m aintains such a dizzy legislative 
pace, no one will be able to call this a “ do- 
nothing” Congress. It won’t of course, but in 
a burst of nonpartisan spirit, Congress h as 
at least m ade a fine beginning by doing 
everything it can — for Congress. 


RAY CROMLEY 
Europeans 


Like ‘New’ 
President 


A curious thing is happening 
to President Nixon. 


Y esterday he w as known as 
W ashington’s 
“ hard - line” de­ 
b ater-in flexib le and stubborn. 
Today, som e key Europeans 
have the feeling Nixon is not 
wedded to past policies, that he 
is willing to take a new look 
at things — the Middle E ast, 
the 
Soviet 
Union, 
the 
North 
Atlantic Treaty Organization, in­ 
ternational 
currency 
stability, 
trade barriers. 
There’s a reason for this new 
Nixon im age abroad. 
It’s well-known Nixon used the 
y ears he w as out of office in a 
spate of system atic fence-build­ 
ing from 
New 
York 
to 
Cali­ 
fornia. 
What hasn’t been written is 
the story of Nixon’s equally de- 
terhiined fence-building in E u ­ 
rope, A sia and Latin Am erica 
these sam e years. On his trips 
abroad Nixon m ade it a point 
to drop in on that m an 
and 
this. He system atically met key 
men from other countries visit­ 
ing the United States. 


From the World--With Hope 


In these m eetings, Nixon lis­ 
tened while the other man talk­ 
ed. He had nothing to sell. He 
gained the reputation of a m an 
interested in other m en’s prob­ 
lem s. That won him a number 
of influential friends. It also con­ 
vinced som e doubting European 
and Russian leaders he w as a 
m an you could deal with. 
Take the case of President 
Charles de Gaulle of France. 
De Gaulle starts off with a 
good personal feeling for the 
new U.S. president. It's a re su lt,, 
in part, of a meeting between 
the two men several years ago. 
Nixon w as in Europe and he 
wanted to talk to De Gaulle. The 
aristocratic French leader was 
reluctant, wondered what Nixon 
wanted, but finally agreed to a 
session. 
In their private meeting, the 
two hit it off fam ously. 
The differences in personality 
between Nixon and De Gaulle 
are striking and obvious. 
But 
the two men found basic sim ila­ 
rities in their approach to prob­ 
lem s and in m any views. Both 
are pragm atists, for one. Both 
are realists. 


J. K. (DOC) p eir sq l 
Gossip for Today 


Competition between transcontinental airlines for 
the passenger trade w as never keener than it is today. 
F irst, the folks who handle the sales promotions 
tried to lure fares with a recital of the wonderful foods 
and beverages served while enroute. Thou they offered 
feature movies. When that got old story, they dressed 
stew ardesses in shorter m iniskirts. 
Recently, 
one 
airline 
took 
large 
newspaper 
ad space to announce that if you flew with them you 
could relax and watch the Je ts footballers win over 
the Colts on every flight for a period of several weeks. 
And so, any day now I expect to read that some 
enterprising airline has built a golf driving tee in the 
tail of each of their planes. I can just see their ads: 
“ Ride with us and hit a golf ball 6 m ile s!” 
And for the ladles there will undoubtedly be a put­ 
ting green where a handsome flight officer will be avail­ 
able to give personalized putting lessons. 


LEON DENNEN 
Assassination Attempt 


Stirs Fear of Purge 


DAVID LAWRENCE 
North Viets Convinced Americans 
Willing To Get Out at Any Price 


War Monument 


The nations of the world will spend m ore 
than $200 billion on arm am ents and other 
m ilitary needs in 1969. 


They have already spent more than $4 
trillion on w ars and preparation for w ars so 
far in this century. 


If the present rate of increased spending 
continues, that figure will be doubled within 
10 y ears. Even if the present rate rem ains 
steady, more than $10 trillion will have been 
spent in hom age to M ars by the end of the 
century. 


The figures are from the third annual sur­ 
vey of world m ilitary expenditures by the 
U.S. Arm s Control and D isarm am ent Agen­ 
cy. A few others: 


• Since 1964, the world’s G ross N ational 
Product has risen 9 per cent per capita; the 
world’s m ilitary budget. 16 per cent. 


• More than 20 million men and women 
are in active duty forces; another 30 million 
are directly or indrectly engaged in produc­ 
tive activities resulting from m ilitary ex­ 
penditures. 


• The average annual expenditure per 
soldier, worldwide, is $7,800; for the esti­ 
mated one billion school-age children in the 
world, the expenditure averages $100 a year. 
Half the governments of the world, including 
the United States, spend more on defense 
than on education. 


This is only a sam pling from the report. 
The statistics go on. And on. And on. 


More im portantly, both men 


felt som e indefinable em pathy 
for the other. Each cam e aw ay 
believing of the other that here 
w as a man he could deal with. 
It was a highly emotional feel­ 
ing, rather than something said 
or som e stand taken. 
One thing that im presses the 
French and other Europeans: 
Nixon is up on his subjects. He 
has the facts at his command. 
These men are 
convinced 
he 
won’t go 
off half-cocked, 
but 
will proceed with caution. As of 
now. m any Europeans feel more 
com fortable with a cautious man 
who m oves only when he has 
prepared the ground. 
The 
Europeans are a 
little 
tired 
of 
American crusaders. 
They liked it when Nixon said 
he would not be an arm tw ister. 
There is som e evidence t h e 
R ussians also cautiously l i k e 
what they’ve heard of the Nix­ 
on approach. 
The Nixon “ working” trip to 
Europe will be of the sam e 
cautious nature. It will not aim 
at solving issues but at setting 
up the fram ew ork for dealing 
with probelm s. It will be a sy s­ 
tem atic attem pt to d e v e l o p 
channels. 
This slow-but-sure approach, 
of course, will not please every­ 
one. It will not, naturally, please 
those who want Nixon to push 
their particular solutions. 


Although the United States re­ 
cently stopped bombing North 
Vietnam a s a gesture to help 
m ake peace, the Hanoi govern­ 
ment now is known to be plan­ 
ning 
a 
big 
offensive 
against 
South Vietnam. 


This development has more 
significance than what the ne­ 
gotiation» are saying to each 
other in Paris. For it m eans 
that North Vietnam has about 
m ade up its mind that the United 
States is ready to get out of the 
w ar at any price, and that this 
is what American public opin­ 
ion today is supposedly demand­ 
ing. 
The 
Communist 
tacticians 
have a c c e s s to all American 
publications. They surely have 
noted the trend of thought of 
many of the so - called “ intel­ 
lectuals” who keep on saying 
that Am erica “ escalated” the 
w ar in Vietnam , and that the 
South Vietnam ese aren’t worth 
protecting because t h e r e 
is 
some corruption and m ism an­ 
agem ent in the government at 
Saigon. 


Efforts are b e i n g m ade ap­ 
parently in a few of the editoral 
com m entaries 
in 
Am erica 
to 
discredit the South Vietnam ese 
government 
and to exalt the 
“ National 
Liberation 
Front” — 
a Communist appartus — as a 
faction that ‘ hould, in effect, be 
given a chance to take over 
South Vietnam. 


The 
real story of why the 
United States has gone to such 
lengths to#defend South Vietnam 
actually hasn’t been em phasiz­ 
ed. 
Indeed, 
form er 
President 
Johnson, 
in 
an 
interview 
in 
“ True” 
M agazine 
with 
Peter 
Lisagor, 
Washington 
bureau 
chief of the Chicago Daily News, 


BRUCE BIOSSAT 


says the disagreem ent with our 
policies in Vietnam by young 
people in America might have 
been avoided “ if we had open­ 
ed 
the 
process 
of 
decision­ 
m aking on the w ar more fully 
to the public.” 
Mr. Johnson adds that per­ 
haps he was so busy “ trying to 
bring about the peace we so 
deeply desired that we didn’t 
spend enough time m aking sure 
the public understood the rea­ 
sons for out decisions.” 
The truth is the United States 
never openly named the Soviet 
Union and the Red China re­ 
gim e a s the prim ary adversar­ 
ies of this country and did not 
form ally proclaim that a “ state 
of w ar” existed in Southeast 
Asia. Meanwhile, both Moscow 
and Peking supplied billions of 
dollars worth of arm s and equip­ 
ment, a s well as m ilitary ad­ 
visers, to help kill 31,379 Ameri­ 
cans and wound 198,374 in the 
Vietnam War. 


Our own m ilitary com m and­ 


ers naturally advised “ escala­ 
tion” and the bombing of sup­ 
ply lines in fighting the guer­ 
rilla w arfare of the Commun­ 
ist belligerents. 
Som e of the 
critics nevertheless still write 
about or speak of Communist 
im perialism as a “ m yth.” E v i­ 
dence of what Russia and Red 
China have been doing to keep 
up the North Vietnam ese a g ­ 
gression has been revealed not 
only before congressional com ­ 
m ittees 
but 
in 
news 
reports 
from Southeast Asia. None of it, 
however, has been stressed suf­ 
ficiently, and Mr. Johnson 
is 
right when he say s not enough 
effort w as 
m ade to publicize 
the reasons for the Am erican 
strategy in the way, including 
the period of “ escalation.” 


The question now is whether 
Am erican public opinion can be 
truly described a s inclined to­ 
ward a virtual surrender and 
toward a disregard of the sac­ 
rifices m ade by American and 
allied troops and by the hun­ 
dreds 
of 
thousands 
of 
South 
Vietnam ese soldiers. 


The basic issue today is how 
the provision« of any agreem ent 
reached at P aris can be guar­ 
anteed unless the United States 
is willing to keep an adequate 
m ilitary force in South Vietnam 
that any violation of its pact will 
not be ignored. 


Too 
many 
Am ericans 
have 
been told that the United States 
had no business assisting South 
Vietnam in the first place des­ 
pite the com m itm ents m a d e 
by this country in the Southeast 
A sia Treaty, and that Am erica 
should not be sending any troops 
abroad no m atter what the Com­ 
munists m ay do. This is pre­ 
cisely the reasoning used by the 
“ isolationists” who, by their at­ 
titude, helped to convince the 
Germ an 
im perialists 
before 
World War II that they could 
send their arm ies across Europe 
and that America would not do 
anything to help the free peoples 
to preserve their independence. 


The 
fundamental 
principles 
involved haven’t changed. What 
the critics should do is to re­ 
read the tragic pages of history 
and recognize the dangers of a 
third world war which can arise 
from a wrong assum ption 
in 
Moscow that misguided dissent 
by an uninformed minority rep­ 
resents the alleged will of the 
Am erican people to get out of 
the 
Vietnam 
War 
by 
any 
m eans, 
regardless 
of 
conse­ 
quences. 


Moscow Is not likely to dis­ 
close soon the real identity of 
the m an seized in the Kremlin 
after firing at a m otorcade car­ 
rying S o v i e t astronauts and 
Communist leaders. 


The Russian now held prisoner 
in notorious Lubyanka Prison 
is reported to be an arm y of­ 
ficer in his 20s who apparently 
aim ed to kill party chief Leonid 
Brezhnev. 


One version in Moscow even 
has it that he w as a lieutenant 
in the secret police (MVD) and 
that he leapt from a sentry box 
inside the Kremlin w alls to fire 
his shots. 
W hatever 
his 
identity 
or 
motive, young Ilyn — if this is 
his real nam e — will not be 
judged by a jury as is Sirhan 
Sirhan, the alleged assassin of 
Sen. Robert F . Kennedy. He will 
certainly not be tried in a court 
open to the press until he signs 
a written “ confession” and im­ 
plicates others in his “ plot.” 
This is what the Marxist-Len- 
inists call 
“ socialist 
legality.” 
They have only contempt for 
“ capitalist justice” and demo­ 
cratic s t a n d a r d s of legality 
which they deride a s “ bourgeois 
m yths.” 


Sinister m em ories must have 
come back 
to many 
R ussians 
when the 
Soviet press 
finally 
broke silence after 28 hours to 
headline the shooting as an “ act 
of provocation.” 
A sim ilar act in 1934 — the 
assassination of Stalin’s rival 
Sergei Kirov — triggered a wave 
of executions and several mil­ 
lion Russians were sent to con­ 
centration cam ps. 
The whole truth about K irov’s 
m urder is still to em erge. His 
assassin , it is now known, w as 
a m em ber of the secret police. 
In 1956, form er Prem ier Khrush­ 
chev intimated that Stalin had 
arranged 
K irov’s 
m urder 
to 
provide an excuse for a wave 
of terror that would enable him 
to elim inate potential rivals. 
Practically everyone connect- 


ANSWERS 


Q—What element is used as a 
standard to give atom ic weights 
to all the other elem ents? 


A—Carbon-12 w as adopted in 
1961, replacing oxygen. 


cd in some way with the “ Kirov 
A ffair,” including Nikolayev, ttm 
assassin , w as speedily executed 
without a trail. 
Will history 
repeat itself 
in 
R u ssia? After Stalin’s death in 
1953 som e attem pts were m ade 
by his successors to curb the 
power of the secret police. How­ 
ever, things seem to be chang­ 
ing again. 


The Krem lin's uneasy rulers 


find it increasingly difficult to 
cope with the upsurge of dis- 
sidence in R ussia and the E ast 
European Communist countries. 
They 
are 
again 
resorting 
to 
strong police m easures to deal 
with a phenomenon that fright­ 
ens them. 
It was obviously to give the 
Russian people a severe psycho­ 
logical shock that the Kreml n 
recently decided to renam e the 
Ministry of Public Order as the 
Ministry of Interior — or MVD. 
These 
were 
the 
initials 
by 
which the dom estic branch of 
the secret police w as known 
when it w as ruled by Lavrenti 
Beria, Stalin’s executioner, dur­ 
ing the purges in the 1940s. 
Khrushchev 
discarded 
the 
nam e in 1960 when he sought to 
im prove the public im age of the 
secret police. By restoring the 
dreaded MVD initials, Brezhnev 
is clearly warning the Russians 
of a change in policy. 


According to Soviet citizens 
who recently visited the Wes', 
the MVD has already launched 
a w ave of repression against 
R ussians ostensibly associated 
with a group of students 
and 
scientists accused of building an 
underground organization. 
Known as the Union of Social- 
Christian 
Liberation, the clan­ 
destine organization is said to 
have 
branches 
in 
Leningrad, 
Moscow and the Ukraine. 
Its 
aim is to “ spearhead a revolt 
against corruption in Soviet so­ 
ciety.” 
The union and another secret 
organization 
that 
calls 
itself 
V anguard of Soviet Youth are 
hardly a serious threat to the 
Communist dictatorship. Not in 
the foreseeable future, anyway. 
But their very existence m ust 
be a nightm are for the Krem lin 
rulers who still glorify secret 
revolutionary organizations that 
persistenly 
undermined 
and 
subsequently 
overthrew 
the 
Czar. 


Big Talk, But Do Nothing Actions 
Ruled Out by Nixon Assistants 


Thought for Today 


Better is a poor man ubo ualks in bis integrity t/jan a rich in ih 
u b o is perverse in bis stays.— Proierbs 2S:6. 
* 
* 
* 


Few men have virtue to withstand the highest bidder.— Georg 
W ashington. 


Yesterdays 


10 y ears ago 
Feb. 14, 1959 


The Cloisters, a convalescent 
home for 
the aged. 
Is 
being 
built at 651 N. Main St. Total 
cost 
vrill 
be 
$450,000. 
Sliding 
glass doors will m ake it possible 
for patients to enjoy outdoor at­ 
m osphere. 


20 y ears ago 
Feb. 14, 1949 


City Ordinance No. 1146, crea­ 
ting the position of adm inistra­ 
tive officer for Pomona, becam e 
effective yesterday, but coun- 
ciimen said that they were not 
ready yet to nam e a man to fill 
the position. 


30 y ears ago 
Feb. 14, 1939 


Homer R. Mead w as elected 
president of Pomona Commu­ 
nity Chest at the reorganization 
meeting of the board of direct­ 
ors today. 


40 years ago 
Feb. 14, 1929 


G as com panies are waging a 
price war. The rate of 171/2 cents 
a gallon m ay 1» cut. 


70 years ago 
I fb. 14, 1H99 


C J , Booth has purchased ihe 
Interest of Mrs Me. Ja m e s in the 
European Hotel. 


Some influential men around 


President Nixon believe that he 


has taken office at a crucial mo­ 


ment in American history and 
m ay stand or fall on his devel­ 
oping attem pt to build wholly 
new approaches to effective gov­ 
erning. 


The eight Eisenhower years 
have led many people, include 
ing a considerable covey of his­ 
torians and social scientists, to 
expect from any Republican ad­ 
ministration a slowing down, a 
caretaker atmosphere, a tenden­ 
cy sim ply toward consolidation 
and cleanup of program s loosely 
drawn and swiftly adopted by 
Dem ocratic predecessors. 


Conceivably, 
Richard 
Nixon 
could try to copy that pattern if 
he chose, since he did not prom­ 
ise the “ motion” proposed by 
the late John F. Kennedy and is 
held to very few specific com­ 
mitments. 


But the parly evidence from 
inside the White House suggests 
that the new President does not 
see himself as mere conservator 
and consolidator 
With the en­ 
couragem ent of his m ore im agi­ 
native aides, he is thinking of 
his task in new and quite differ­ 
ent term s. 


It is the considered view of 
the President’s 
guiding 
inner 
circle that the Am erican people 
are not m erely briefly tired of 
the flurry of noise and m ove­ 
ment 
which 
accom pany 
big 
D em ocratic program s 
but 
are 
alm ost totally disillusioned as to 
their usefulness. 


Indeed, m any D em ocratic fig­ 
ures them selves are virtually at 
this point, and it m ay not be too 
rash a forecast to suggest that 
the day of great, sweeping fed­ 
eral program s — at least a s for­ 
merly conceived — is nearly 
over. 


Especially in 
the 
fields 
of 
housing, schools and jobs, the 
growing view of government is 
that of the Great Over-Prom iser 
which talks big and delivers lit­ 
tle or nothing in the end. 


Writers like Peter F. Drucker 


are coming along now to under­ 
score this notion of government 
as a social mechanism that real­ 
ly does not work very well. 


The danger perceived, inside 
the White House today as well 
as outside, is not just the old 
thing about government being 
too big and therefore more re­ 
liance on the private sector be­ 
ing necessary. 


The task is to m ake the big­ 
ness work, 
and, 
critically, 
to 
persuade the American people 
that federal actions — and the 
lesser actions of state and local 
govem m ent—really end up get­ 
ting things done which affect 
people who have problem s they 
need to have solved. 


Right now the peril is mount­ 


ing steadily. As one Nixon aide 
looks at the m atter: 
“ If government cannot soon 
begin to show that it can deliv­ 
er on its prom ises, or that its 
motion has real consequences 
for the people, then dem ocracy 
will seem to have a hollow cen­ 
ter and will find itself in the 
m ost serious difficulties.” 
Republicans m ay be predis­ 
posed to look to the private sec­ 
tor for telp , and It is certainly 
plain enough that the Nixon ad­ 
ministration would like to rely 
heavily on its cooperative a ssis­ 
tance in solving the great ur­ 
ban dilem m as linked to jobs, 
schools and housing. 
But it would be m isleading to 
im agine that the Nixon men are 
not also very much on the prowl 
for a whole host of new inven­ 
tion« which can m ake govern­ 
ment itself work more effective­ 


ly. 


Berry’s World 


C M JÊ À fY h ÿ ” 
(r. 1969 Sy M A , U t. 


'Hi, folks! What part of Los Ángelas ore ya from?” 


Profr***-»*»»**»«, Pemww, C*m. 
trktmy tVMtalf, Ubrmvry 14, I t« » 
Page 3, Stc. 2 
West End Buzzing for Flood Benefit 


CUCAMONGA 
- 
S u r p r is e 
"nam e entertainers” will help 
spread sunshine 
in 
the 
flood- 
stricken 
Cucamonga 
area 
by 
appearing at the 
benefit 
Sun­ 
shine Ball to be staged Feb. 22 
In the Ontario Elks Lodge. 
With only two weeks to pre­ 
pare the beneftl, the planning 
com m ittee this week was rolling 
as rapidly as did the floodwat- 
ers that elft hundreds of famil­ 
ies at least tem porarily home­ 
less late last month. 
A night of continuous dancing, 
from 8 p.m. to 2 a.m ., with 
entertainm ent personalities ap­ 
pearing to help raise funds for 
disaster victim s has captured 
the imagination of 
the 
entire 
West End, 
according 
to 
Mrs. 


Howard Snider, wife of Ontario’s 
m ayor. 
"It is an unprecedented united 
effort for one cause” in the a r­ 
ea, Mrs. Snider said. “ It’s real­ 
ly a wonderful thing to see so 
many persons from all walks of 
life deeply concerned about their 
neighbors.” 
A 
Cucamonga 
housewife 
touched off the intercity effort. 
Mrs. Edward F. Hansen, whose 
home at 8660 Calle Quebrado Dr. 
was untouched by the floodwat- 
ers that devastated several res­ 
idential areas, was inspired by 
Gov. Reagan’s appeal for peo- 


ple-to-people aide. 
Mrs. Hansen said she wanted 
only to "put the idea in some­ 
one else’s head” for a benefit 


event, but once she spoke out as 
a neighbor who cared, she was 
swept 
up 
m 
organzing 
the 
event. 


All funds raised from the in­ 
formal 
dance 
will 
go 
into 
a 
bonded trust account 
for 
the 
Cucamonga 
District 
D.sasler 
Foundation. Tickets are selling 
at $5 per person. People who 
cannot 
attend 
the 
dance 
are 
asked to make donations to the 
disaster fund and “ any donation 
will 
be 
gratefully 
accepted,” 
Mrs. Hansen said. 


Mrs. Hansen’s 
initial 
move 
was to telephone Chuck Swan, 
Cucamonga Service Club pres­ 
ident, with the ball idea. 


Swan, who has been engaged 


in disaster work since the flood- 
waters 
first 
Ml 
Cucamonga, 
thought Mrs. Hansen’s idea was 
a good one and he telephoned 
Tony Malone, Upland Chamber 
of Commerce director, and B er­ 
ger Neil.sen, 
Ontario Chamber 
executive vice president, to sug­ 
gest intercity help. 
From there the project mush­ 
roomed, and soon the m ayors 
and their respective 
wives 
of 
Chtno, Montclair, 
Ontario 
and 
Upland, as well as county sup­ 
ervisors, community leaders and 
just plain neighbors w ere com ­ 
mitted to the good-neighbor pro­ 
ject. 
Mrs. Hansen said all labor, 
goods and talent for the ball are 
being donated so that “ all funds 


Chamber Unit Favors 
Border Inspections 
will be clear profit for the flood 


Continuation 
of 
agricultural of the Stanford Research F M - 
^ 
¡inspection 
stations 
at 
Cahfor- datton given before the Im An- 
pioceeds, she said. 
I 
. 
«uDDorted by geles Agricultural Forum . An- 
Ihe dance comm ittee beaded # ^ 
^ {he Pomona cum ber derson spoke on mounting agro 


of Commerce Agricultural Com- cultural costs without protit m- 


mittee at its Wednesday break-¡creases. 


fast meeting. 
I 
“ 
, 
The com m ittee voted to ode 
T h e n u m b e r of school d.stncH 


by Mrs. Hansen includes Mrs. 
Snider, ticket chairm an; Charles 
Glad son, 
Ontario 
attorney, 
treasurer; Mrs. Robert Cbeadle, 
Cucamonga, entertainm ent, and 
Mrs. Jack Jensen, Cucamonga, 
. . . . 
«K cham ber directors to pass 
'™ ," 5° '454 
^ 
decorations. Swan. Malone and •< resolution urRme; ihe state to 


Upland Celebration Grows 


Neilsen continue 
as 
intercom [dtwtinue the border disease an d ; 


munity organizers for the event. 
detection centers. 
Mrs. 
Snider 
said 
commed- 
Robert H o w t e, agricultural 
ienne Phyllis Diller is making a commissioner 
for 
Riverside 
cash donation to 
the 
disaster County, told the comm ittee that 
fund 
and 
Rowan 
and 
Martin the border stations are said to 
comedy team is taping a radio be too costly but contended their 
spot to advertise the ball. She work is far less expensive than 
said Host International is dona-‘the damage that could result to 
ting hors d’oeuvres for the bail.¡state crops if any plague were 
I 


Those contributing are count- brought across the state borders 
less,” Mrs. 
Snider said. 
“ We by pests, 
are going to have a wonderful! 
0 . G. Brickbauer reported on 
event for a wonderful cause.” 
a talk by Charles A. Anderson 


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MRS. M ARIE SMITH 


UPLAND — More entertain- and Saturday evening at the ki- 
Local groups will perform , to- 
ers 
have 
been 
added 
to 
the osk will 
be 
Gilberto M elgar’s day 
and 
Saturday, 
including 
three-day 
celebration 
here 
tn Marimba Band. The eight mem- square 
dancers, 
musicians, 
the downtown section. The cele- bers of the band are all mem- singers and fencers, 
bration began Thursday. 
bers of the M elgar family. The 
Following the dedication Sat- 


The Lillipution Horses 
a n d children’s ages 
range from 6 urday of the civic center, there 
their tiny stagecoach from R e -t0 
t)anc* has appeared will be open house until 6 p.m. 
gina Winery in Etiwanda w i 1 1 at Olvera Street, Los Angeles, at the library and the fire sta- 
give free rides for children Sat- a™1 on nationwide television. 
tion. 
urday in the parking lot behind 
This evening and Saturday af- 
The new library at the corner 
Olson’s Meat Market. 
ternoon, 
Blanca Gonzalez, Miss of Euclid Avenue and D Street 
VF.ast Los Aneeles 1967. will do will open for business Monday 
The celebration is being held 
r 
. 
. 
. . 
, 
, 
„ 
,, . 
„ ™ 
. 
n 
. . . 
, 
, 
, 
. 
Mexican dances in the kiosk and 
Hours wil 
be 9:30 a.m . to 9 
, s part of h e ^ .M U o n of t t e K w ra| ^ 
p m . 
Mond#y 
lhr„u„ h 
F n d iy 


nvw 
ne 
s a i 
, 
The Tinkertown Train w 1 1 1 and 9:30 a.m . to 6 p.m. Satur- 
The dedication will take p ace 
Saturday at 3 p.m. in the large 
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engine room of the fire station. 


Perform ing on stage tonight 


Leaders Chosen (or 
Heart Drive Here 


S & L Offers 
Art Exhibits 
VCT Production 
Spirited, Puzzling 


o f f s i H G 
Next Friday 


The Claremont Recreation De- 
JO SEPH H. I 
1RMAN but singularly unmoving char- 


partment has an exhibit of cer- 
No one can write a play about ncterizatkm 
of 
the 
hermit 
of 


Mrs. 
Theodore Arquer J r . and Smith’s first year with the heart am ics and s c u l p t u r e in the a 
hermit who shut himself in Great ( anfield. The role is lit- 


M rs. M arie Smith have been a p -^ m p a ig n . 
‘C arey Avenue wimiow oi Po- a 
hut for 36 years as Valley ^ more than onejrf * e p r < £ 
pointed cochairmen of Pomona 
“ EvOT> 
" * " » 
disease mona First Federal Savings and Community T h e a I e r prov«l erhes, 
ami 
does 
what 


claim s more than 31,500 lives in Loan Association. 
Thursday night when it staged can w*th 4t- 
Heart 
Sunday 
for 
the 
annual I os Angeles County alone,” said 
The five-piece display of a n i-“ Next Time I’ll Sing to Y ou,’’ ) 
Royston Brunst’s direction 
Heart Fund campaign. 
jMrs. 
Arquer. 
“The 
best 
way mal 
life was done by classes 
a play about a hermit who shut inspired and imaginative. 


They will have charge of re- Mrs. Smith and I know to re- conducted 
by the department, himself m a hut for 36 years, j 
cruiting, organizing and super-iduce this death toll is to help according to the teacher, Mrs. 
This spirited avant-garde ef-l 
vising 1,100 volunteers who will 
collect funds to support morelLila Lessley Stuart. 
fort by Jam es Saunders 
makes 
call on 
90,000 Pomona residents heart research and community 
She said classes now are be- an i n t e r e s t i n g, enigm atic, 
today through Sunday, designat-Shealth program s.” 
|ing 
held 
for 
children 
after thought - provoking evening of 
ed as Heart Sunday Weekend. 
Residents who will serve as school. Classes for adults start talk, 
sometim es 
witty, 
some- 
Mrs. 
Arquer previously serv- volunteers are asked to call the next Monday. 
times poetic, ‘•ometimes dull as 
ed 
as 
section 
chairm an 
and local heart association office at 
The display will rem ain in the a sociology lecture, 
block 
worker. 
This 
is 
Mrs. «29-41W 
window through February. 
, 
(The title, according to 


is 


Lecture Covers 
Washing of Gold 


RATTLES AND STRAWS 


My Phony 
Valentine 


CHINO — A program on dry 
w ashing of desert gold w ill be 
1 given at the Chino Valley Pros- 
(The title, 
according ia 
e 
meeting tonight at! 
program notes, com es from the 7;3() m the Community BuiWmg. 


British 
music 
halls, 
when 
a 
Quja> a m anufacturer of 
comedian whose jokes have fall- 
w as)ierSt Wj|j gjve a 


en flat, leaves the audience with iecture and show slides of des- 
“ Next time I'll sing to you. 
ert ^ty washing. The program 
It is no m ore irrelevant th anils 
pUt>lic. Admission 


is free. 


mmm 


Well, here it is St. Valentine’s Day again. 
Seems like only yesterday we were mailing 
out Christmas cards (which In my case it 


w as). 
E v er since the 
Pilgrim s first sat down 
under the trees with the Indians and started 
on their little nut cups, Valentine’s Day has 
been celebrated as a unique, if slightly sticky 
Am erican observance. 
Valentine’s Day began in Italy in .07 B.C. 
when the Em peror Valentinian adopted the 
humorous custom of sending off to his friends 
the heads of political rivals. In later years, 
paper replicas of the heads were used, giving 
rise to the old saying. “ Don’t lose your head 


over a piece of paper.’’ 
Today, Am erican boys in Lord Fauntleroy 
suits and 
little girls 
in poke bonnets 
and 
pantaloons scam per through the v i l l a g e 
streets with gay, lacy m essages of love and 
esteem which they slide, with many a youth­ 
ful blush, under the door of their loved one s 


domicile. Crazy. 
“ Roses are red, violets are blue, sugar 


is sweet, and so are you.” 
Fortunately there is nothing legally bind­ 
ing in these dem ure overtures of affection 
(Cf. U. S. Sugar Co. vs. Lucinda “Tootsie ’ 
Schlogwurt, Cal. 436-14, Leg. X X X IV ). 
It goes without saying that the American 
m erchandiser 
and 
hi# 
advertising 
agency 


By JOSEPH H. FIRMAN ¿mwmmmmm ¿mmmmmm* 


were not long to tap this innocent but lucra­ 
tive well of sentiment. Nuts to puppy love, 
they said, let’s strike while the adolescent’s 


150 Hear Dynamics Chief Speak 


About 
150 
businessmen standing, 
creative 


and students assembled in the and team work. 


Cal Poly College Theater Thurs- 
a. free people working togeth- 
day evening to consider the sub- er can accomplish m u c h in 
Ject “ W hat’s Happening in the these days 
when 
a m a z i n g 
World of Business." The affair)changes 
are taking place, 
he 
was handled by the Cal Polyigaid. 


branch of the Society for the 
(>n the other hand, chaos and 
Advancement of Management, 
jvioter^e on the part of those 


{ 


the play itself.) 
The Plot 


| ! 
The plot, in a 
nutty shell: 
I can sexy Sue Breindel commun- 
Ijic a te with dirty-young-man Ray 
Hilario, 
and 
the 
omniscient 
teen-ager Jon 
Selby 
with 
the 
confused pseudo - philosopher 
Ron Dulaney, or any of them 
with tormented Mack Gilliland 
who plays the herm it’s role to 


the death? 
It’s 
a 
sprightly, 
puzzling, 
! rhythmic, 
paradoxical, 
m eta­ 
phoric, 
quasi - 
m ystical 
con­ 
glomeration of obtuseness and 
insight, with flashes of humor, 
occasionally gray, if not black, 
and a lot of psychedelic mean 
dering and the profound enlight- 
ment of scientology. 
Miss Breindel is refreshingly 
arch and honest ( “ What's m a r-1 
riage got to do with it? If it’s 
dirty 
single, 
it's 
dirty 
m ar-' 
ried!” ) with a charm ing sim- 
plemindcdness and singleness of 
purpose that shines like a good 
jdeed In a com plex anti-play. 
Hilario Entertaining 
Hilario’s Hilario (the actors 
keep their own nam es — w h at1 
does 
THAT m ean?) 
is 
lusty, 
gutsy, course and frolicsome, a 
thoroughly entertaining presen 


tation. 
Dulaney, 
frequently 
blowing 
liis 
lines as he stands some­ 
where between the stage m an­ 
ager of “ Our Town” and God, 
is w arm and interesting, 
but 
seemingly 
never 
com pletely, 
sure of what he’s trying to do. 
(“ You’d expect a little divine 
intervention now and then,” he 


imagination sections of Californis it runs as grum bles.) 
high as 70 per cent. The coun- 
'h e star of ihe play is young 
try can really be proud of this J™ W 
* . 
opotheOsU of the 
situation, 
H o r n e 
said, 
for 
in all-knowm*. irreverent, ch a m H 
some countries only 5 or 10 per uuly impudent young men of 


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So the media, as they are called (plural, 
you idiot!) 
were swamped with commands 
to the slack-jawed Am erican public to buy 
valentines, flowers, candy, jewelry, dishwash­ 
ers, and boogaloo lessons for sweetheart, sis­ 
ter, daughter, wile, m other, and—er, other 


fem ales. 
Today, nothing m arketable Is beyond the 
reach of Valentine’« Day promotion. There 
are Valentine sales on toothpaste and mink 
stoles, lingerie and power mowers, diamond 
bracelets and garbage disposers, judo lessons 
and fertilizer. 
( “ Roses are red, violets are 
blue, this bag of Bandini just suits you! ”) 
We are urged to buy our wives new cars 
for Valentine’s Day, presum ably in memory 
of Valentinian’s victim s. Housing tracts mark 
their 3-br, 
bth, w-w cptng, lge 2-car grg. 
offerings down from $45,670 to $45,550 in a 
bath of sentiment over the occasion. Electric 
razors, detergents, beer, drive-in-out-and-over 
ham burgers, and underarm deodorants can 
be prettily wrapped as a tender earnest of 
your love. 
Personally, I think it was better back in 
the day# when the em peror sent heads-pref- 
erably of Valentine’s Day merchandisers. 


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John L. Sanders 
Manne L. Cpl. John L. San- 


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wu»e beyond 
his years 
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ating, 
( “ Man,” 
he observe*. 


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Chareles 
H o r n e , 
president seeking to o b t a i n glory and $an(]ers 
of 1108 N. Euclid Ave., “ is an 
exquisitely balanced 
sys- 
of General Dynamics Pomona, power 
for 
themselves 
do 
noi0n fan o 
¡s serVinp wjth the 
1st tern of interlocking 
death wish- 
gave an address before the en-good, 
Horne 
added. 
T o d a y 
m 
tire group. He was introducted there are too many whose in- Marine r^ vlgl()n 
by Dr. Robert C. K ram er, presi* dividual attitude is self-centered T 
dent of Cal Poly. 
and 
their 
violence gets 
them 
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ment of Manag ment was or 
while the nation has 
made 
ganized 
20 years ago. 
Larryjm arked 
gains in recent yeara|| 
Bashor, president of the local there will be greater changes In 
chapter, and Louts Kaufman, th< the next few years, Horne said, 
dean, called the meeting to or He said more business execu-; 
der and supervised eight panel tives and capable and talented 
discussions 
w i t h 
prominent educ ational leaders are vitally 


speakers in each. 
needed, 
Horne in opening his address He 
pointed 
out 
that in 
the 
tm phasized the 
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by Norton) generates and dh 
Februory 14, 1969 
The seedmen and toolmakers verts with precision winds up to rn 
0 7 
9' 
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7 
- 
have been busy preparing for 180 miles an hour (hurricane 
your gardening year. 
force). It reportedly will clear a ]K G S IS tC in T 
TO L / IS e C iS e S 
One item we should have told swath up to 15 feet wide, piling 
you about before you finished leaves in a long windrow, 
last season’s leaf-raking chore 
This machine also can be used 
is 
a 
blower 
that 
facilitates to dry golfing greens, patios and 
cleaning operations. 
tennis courts. It has an optional 
A turbo-blast blower (Winrow. four-inch hose attachment to 
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Page 4, Sec. 2 


2 New Tomatoes Developed 


Garden Club 


Started for 
Youngsters 


By EARL ARONSON 
AP Newsleatures 


Save a place in the sun of your 


! 
Primitive types of tomatoes and makes considerable savings 
are believed to have originated ¡in spray costs, 
in Peru. And resistance to both; 
As an example, in 1964 it cost 
fusarium wilt and verticillium',$4.70 per acre to spray Michigan 


is a 
i Another optiona 
„IT — 
/ 
: 
. . • , • usarium win ana veriicimum 
water ho* kit for.19® ^ 
. 
tor. i “ !L hS 
-ere found in early Peruvian to- grain crops against cereal leaf 
beetle. In 1966 the cost had been 
reduced to 24 cents through ul- 
and selective testing for many tra 
low volume spraying in 


By EARL ARONSON 
AP Newsfeatures 


VERSATILE VINES 
The Carolina Jessamine is representative of how versatile vines in the 
garden can be. It is shown here, with its springtime mantle of bright yellow-—and frag- 
ront— blossoms highlighting a used brick planter and lamp post. 


misting or to keep down d u s t . J ^ ^ ^ 


New Annual Mowers 
two troublesome diseases. 
i 
, 


T1a 
B n ^ T 1fets” l 
™ * early 
,omito- 
named years, 
\he' 
disease-resistant I which only four ounces of unrti 
! 
' 
1 I 'inw.ry 
Burpee's VF Tomato, is the re- , 
u were transferred to large luted malathion were applied 


T n Z hem are the 
prize- sult ol 15 years of res,'a'x!' 
at hybrid fruits. 
per acre. 
winning zinnias: Torch. bPright|Fordhook Farm tria grounds^ 
j Feed hybrids , bit more than 
This saved $3 million in Mlchi- 
orange and Rosy Future, rose' The new hybrid is described yQU would other types 
of 
t0. gan in l966t a three-fold return 
I pink both mildew-resistant hy- “ * * 
abundant producer of matQes Apply fert,|izer when on the $190,000 Invested in 
this 
AP Newsfeatures 
brids with big flowers. Another medium-large, rich rod, firm, transplantjng and 
when plants research over two years. 
If 
you see a youngster wear- 
zinnia is dahlia-like Big Tetra, meaty, small-cored fruits The ^ 
tQ bloom< 
The same technique is being 


ing a pin with a tulip tree em- in many 
colors 
on r u g g e d i e r a c k - i ^ t a n t “ They 
There is always the 
risk ° f i f ? t ^ e ^ 
3 


neTjun^m em bTr of the New P New mangolds are Gay La- may be left on the vine to ripen 
T h e university scientists are 
York Botanical Garden. There dies, semidwarf in gold, o r a n g e 
full flavor, 1 he p ansi 
r spraying p,ants with pesticides. Pitting the life and death of 
is 
a $3 annual fee to join (for and yellow; fantastic, orange lrJe for staking and have l e a . iWith‘out pesticides, however, in- many insects-to seek to 
chUdren ll5 ) but the botanical with a new flower form: Goldie, ohage to protect large, close ^ 
cause severe dam.|nate as many as 90 to 95 per 
garden 
is looking for 1.000 dis-ja dwarf 
double French type, jfruit clusters. 
tQ cn)ps and prices wouid cent of insects before 
they be 
advantaged children 
to enroll 
and New Miracles, near white, j The tomatoes 
are ready for mQunt 
;come adults, 
at no cost and to receive the in- 
Among petunias are Scarlet picking 72 days after plants are ^ 
^ 
paradox in mind, the1 
Eariy 
they re^ rt, 
structive, entertaining monthly Mound and Royalty imixed col-set out. 
________ Michigan State University Agri- * 
a 
, 
, 
f insects 
Junior Bulletins. 
ors) both with three-inch flow-; 
i ..T T 3 r---- ,----- 
uithe annual death rate ol insects 


Our old friend Matt Bassity ers. 
tells us that the bulletin's sub-j 
Irish Eyes is a large gold- 
jects will follow a flexible pat- petaled glonosa daisy with am 
tern. For instance, No. 1 out-emerald green center. 
lines a long-range project, grow- 
Snapdragons include Scarlet 
You don’t have to no a mra ^ 
Qn foIjage)> and reduced 
ing a house plant from an avo-;and White Supreme, hybrid dou- watcher to watch the exotlc(dosages 0n the plants. Another 
cado seed. This will be followed bles. 
Bird of Paradise in the garden. search jg on ior good n0nchemi- 
by an “ instant” garden, such as 
Early Bird Azure Blue Aster 
In some areas of Southern! 
j 
controls. 
a terrarium or winter garden. 
is a new color in the early, wilt- California it always seems to 
technique is ultra low vol 
Each bulletin will contain the resistant bush-type. 
be showing garden color. Else- 
spraying, 
which greatly 
description of a craft associated 
Galaxy sweet peas make the where, it can be a six month 


Bird of Paradise 
A lw ays Blooms 


You don’t have to be a bird 


¡cultural Experiment Station to, 
eventuaUy reduce popula- 
working to eliminate t a 
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f , 
, 
and 


ic application (in the plant rath-,__________ _— „ 
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Vines, Shrubs For Hiding Posts Listed 


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with plants, such as making a gardening scene in three new attraction, 
necklace from seeds, or spatter colors, a pink picotee on cream, 
Fot* special effects plant Bird 
painting, and a science feature, powder blue and deep cream, of Paradise in a tub on a sunny 
isuch as placing celery stalks in Also making its debut will be:patio. In extra coid winter cli- 
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a glass containing colored water Glamour 
Girl, 
an 
American mates, tub planting enables the 
OnP nf tho nuestions most fre- bv Star Jasmine dispenses anprovide garden fragrance from to show how a plant takes in wa- sweet pea of salmon on white in gardener to move it to shelter 
aipeTng W m c e 
from 
a'bountiful blooms. 
There’s 
no ter and distributes it to stem halfndwarf size. 
¡and reduces the chance of its 
homeowners is “ What can I get myriad of small white blossoms reason not to plant them on a and leaves. 
Incidentally, David Burpee is freezing, 
o h T 
m late spring an summer. 
post and train them up on a 
The bulletins also will contain m 
offering $10,000 to the first 
A bare Dost no matter what 
Roses - particularly the 
pil- trellis or an overhead eave. “ true or false” statements, to j person who sends 
him seeds 
it supports cries out to be lar types - are ideal for 
im- Most all vines will stand con-be 
answered 
the 
following that prodnce the 
ftret real y 
planted with something. How proving the looks of a post. The siderable cutting back, if they month. 
white mangolds at least 2 , 
much more attractive it would newer varieties 
bloom 
and begin to take up too much room.] The aim of the program is to inches across, 
be with a vine or shrub breaking bloom, 
and 
inch-for-inch 
are For this reason, there’s no ex-make indoor and outdoor gar- 
up the starkness 
of its line worth a post in the garden. 
CUSe for putting up with a post dening attractive to y^gsters 
(and presence). 
Hardier in winter is the yel- {hat has teen an eyesore or so that it will s^y with them all, 


A check with a local mem-low-blooming Carolina jasmine 
¡ 
the lantjni; of a vine ' ^ ’honicu m 
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ber of the California Association The flowers and 
foliage are 
‘ & 
ny, horticulture ana conserva j 
of Nurserymen will reveal there both small, but there is nothing that wlU create the beau y gar- tl0n w,n be introduced in con-1 


a r e many vines available to im-insignificant about the effect deners seek. 
nection with specific projects. 
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residues of 
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Prune Fuchsias 
This Month 


; 
Fuchsias may be pruned this 
month, except where danger of 
frost still exists. Like roses, they 
bloom only on new wood, so 
heavy pruning will insure a high 
The bulbs planted last fall proportion of new wood on each 
which are blooming so beautl- plant (and more flowers). 


Don’t Cut Back 
Bloom ing Bulbs 


prove the looks of a pillar o r t h i s vine creates. The leaves are 
, 
„ 
— 
m m m . m m m m m m m m m m m m Z. 
post. A popular choice is the a soft green, adding a different 
Star Jasmine. When it comes to texture to the landscape. The 
enhancing the clothes line posts, plant in bloom is spectacular, j 
for instance, these serve nicely.; 
Spanish 
jasmine 
and 
cape 
In addition to cloaking the posts honeysuckle are two others, and 
with textured foliage the shrub-! both are vigorous growers. They ; 
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youngberries, 
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these and your CAN nurseryman has those best 
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Want a tree that lends just the right accent to 
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Flowering quinces will be blooming In nurseries 
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fully now will soon be faded.! 
Hanging Basket Fuchsias can 
The temptation is to quickly be cut back right to the rim 
cut the tops back soon after of the basket, 
they fade. Resist the tempta-’ 
—- 
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Declaring a Person Dead Is Complicated 


By MARTIN E. SEGA!. 
Social Security will want to1 future husband?” 
I 
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A person who is missing for a know the results of the investi- 
jSocial Security and Medicare, (jay WQn a 
wjtj1 a pjayboy 
long period of time can be de-;gation made by the districts at-j 
Your children will not l ose send 50 cents and a long, self- bunny and a lifetime subscrip- 
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dants can receive Social Secur- company has also investigated marry. Mrs. M., even if they him in care of the Progress-; 
Schuster> the father of seVeral 
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eral important steps that murt will be pertinent evidence 
be taken before payments can 
start. A letter from Mrs. L. H. 
Mr. H. G. writes: “ I am 74 
raises this point: 
years of age and receiving Soc- 
•*My husband disappeared in ial Security, in addition, I will 
1960, leaving me with four sons,1, be g e t t i n g some workmen s 
and I have been searching for compensation payments for a 
what may have happened to recent job-related injury. How 
him since 1960. No trace has j will that affect my Social Sec- 
been found. I have contacted urity benefit?” 
the Veterans Administration and 
they have no record of him since 
Not at all Mr. G. Persons age 
he was discharged from the U.S. 72 or over can receive any 
Navy in 1945. I have written to amount or kind of income with 
Social Security and they say 1 no loss in Social Security bene- 
iam entitled to survivors’ bene- fits, 
fits for the children if I have 
proof of his d e a t h . I have 
Mr. H. W. writes: “ My birth 
written everywhere I though he date is 
May 
9, 19C5. I am fully 
may have been to see if there insured 
under Social Security 
was a death certificate on him, and am planning on retiring 
but have not had any success. May 9, 1969 — age 64. Am 1 
“ If he is d e c l a r e d legally correct in figuring my Social 
dead, since it has been more Security benefits will be based 
than seven years since there on 14 years 
(19 years minus 5 
has been any word of him, will years of 
lowest 
income)? 
the death certificate issued by Would this be figured up to but 
the court be acceptable to Soc- not including 1969? If so, what 
ial Security?” 
happens to the Social Security 
A death certificate issued by a contributions I pay in between 
court will not be sufficient evi- January 1, 1969 and May,1969?" 
dence, by itself, to establish) 
the fact of y o u r husband’s 
Your are correct -Mr, W., 
death and permit payment of the computation of your benefit 
benefits to your sons. It will, amount will be b a s e d on 14 
however, be acceptable suppor-, years of earnings — up to but 
ting evidence. 
not including 1969. 
A person will be presumed 
dead by Social Security if he 
Since it is not possible for re- 
has been unexplainedly absent tirement benefits to be based on 
from home and has not been ncome earned in the same year 
heard of for seven or more in which benefits are paid (i.e. 
years. This absence must be income earned m 1969 cannot be 
under 
such 
circumstances used in figuring benefits for 
as would indicate that the miss months in 1969) your 1969 bene- 
:ng person would have been like fit will be figured on earnings 
ly 
to 
communicate 
with through 1968. The benefit will be 
his family or friends if he were refigured in 1970 to take account 
alive. 
of any income earned in 1969. 
If addition to the court-issued 
death certificate, the Social Sec-! 
Mrs. G. M. writes: “ I am the 
urity Administration will ask widow of a v e t e r a n and re 
you to submit all other avail-,ceive pension benefits for my- 
able evidence. This would in- self and my children. 
I am 
elude statements of persons hav-i planning to get married soon. I 
ing knowledge of the situation, understand that I will lose my 
and letters or notes left by the benefits, but will the children 
missing p e r s o n that have a lose their pension, too? What if 
bearing on the c a s e. Also,'they should be adopted by my 


■JC Dr. Frank Miller 
The Wonderful World 


Of ANIMALS 


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Airborne geologists, using an 
Playboy bunny 
infra-red scunner as an aerial 
, 
divirrtng rod over the coast of 
Date Declined 
Hawaii, have 
charted 
under- 
«round 
streams of 
rainwater 
MANKATO. Minn. (UP!) - 
((mard ,hf sea. 
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sen d th e:r 
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children, turned down the date 
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Serving the finest 
MEXICAN DISHES 


SOUP'S OK I DANISH KITCHEN 
560 E. Foothill, Claremont 


★ Fish 
★ Salads 
★ Steaks 


★ Homemade Soups & Pies 


★ Luncheons 
................................. 95c 


★ Complete Dinner ................... 1.75 


Phone 


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BO iELLiT ] 
STEAK HOUSE 


Finest FOOD at lowest prices 
Specialty of the house . • • 
STEAK SANDWICH 


(US. Choice Top Grade) 
S e r v i n g S p e c i a l Daily 


4930 HOLT BLVD. 
MONTCLAIR 
(at Monte Vista) 
626-9156 


SPECIAL-MONDAY ONLY! 


Large, Fresh Ground Hamburger 
STEAK 


C hoice of 
Soup or 
Salad. 
Baked 
Po tato . Roll &. B u tte r. Served on 
Sizzling 
P la tte r 
. . . . . . ............ .. 
O'REILLY'S 
BUFFETBURGER 


1051 W . HOLT, O N T A R IO 
HOURS 11 A.M. to MIDNIGHT DAILY 
UNTIL 1 A M FRIDAY and SATURDAY 
• 
NO T IP P IN G 
• NO A L C O H O L IC B E V E R A G E S 


-4P 
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also Steak & 
Sandwiches 


• Fast Service • 
Banquet Facilities 


FO O D TO G O 
Phone 593-7209 


W e invite you to have your 
favorite Cocktail at Oar 
New Lounge. 


LUNCHEON SERVED DAILY 
£ 
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O P E N D A IL Y 11 A M. T O 10 P .M . 
— 
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2975 
RESTAURANT 
Foothill Boulevard., La Verne 


Daily 11:30 a.m.-8 p.m. 
Closed Sun. & Mon. 


NOTICE 


NEW in The Pomona Valley 


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A marvelous variety of foods with two or more 
hot entrees, perfectly seasoned! Beautiful salads 
with a Scandinavian accent! Swedish Meatballs! 
Fabulous Desserts! 


Bountiful — Colorful — Complete! 


Fri., 
Feb. 14 — VALENTINE'S OAT 
Baked Salmon 
Roast Beef 


Sat., 
Feb. 15 — toast Turkey 
Braised Beef Tips 


Sun., 
Feb. 16 — Fried Chicken 
Baked Ham 


Mon., 
Feb. 17 — Chicken 'n Dumplings 
Veal Cutlets 


Tues., 
Feb. 18 


SUNDAY 
SPECIAL 
SUNDAY 
SPECIAL 


THANKSGIVING 
_ TURKEY 
DINNER 
EVERY SUNDAY 


$ 9 6 5 
COMPLETE 
THANKSGIVING 
TURKEY 
D IN N E R 
ONLY 


5TH AVE. 
888 
W . MISSION 
POMONA 


CHILDREN 
UNDER 12— S IS O 


PALOMARES 
Corner of 
HOLT and 
PALOMARES 
POM ONA 


The Palladium 


ROLLER SKATE FOR FUN 


SKATE AND 
DANCE 
TO 
MUSIC 


DF VR DR. M ILLER: I have digestion, or even 
coat 
the 
a question I would like to ask tongue The m.lk provides add- 
. 
. . . 
■ 
„„„ ed nutrition and is fine except 
about my dog whtch ts sup- for ^ 
rare hird wUch migh, 
poM*d to be a Germ in shepherd. ^ aljeriiiC l0 lt 
» S a p He looks like one, so even body 
DEAR DR. M ILLER: I’ve got 
_______ says, but I wonder. His favorite a male here I’d like to breed 
foods are lasagna, raviolis, and but I think he may be just 
spaghetti and meat balls. Could too shy. He’s in good health 
lie be an Italian shepherd in- and is certainly an adult. He 
lead? J D. 
plays around but when it comes 
right down to it nothing happens. 
Dear J.D.: Italian shepherds I have heard a hormone shot 
¡are a rare breed, probably non- may help him. Is this so and 
existent. I ven if there were if it is which one is used and 
such an animal; he might pre- how soon beforehand must it 
fer wemerschnitzel and hassenp- be given?—W.C. 
feffer to the lasagna and ravi- 
Dear W.C.: You didn t mention ! 
lolls preferred bv your 
(pro- the species involved, but I will 
f bably) German shepherd. 
trbitarily restrict my comments 
to the canine male. Yes, It is 


D E A R 
DR. 
M ILLER: 
A possible that an injection of 
friend whose cat died said it male hormone - testosterone; 
was given a 
transfusion - in - will increase the sexual drive 
the bone' I 
never heard of (libido) in the male. However;: 
such a thing. Could this have it must be administered at least1 
caused Its death? - E.V. 
two days before mating is anti- 
II 
cipaied. Frequent use of this 
Dear E.V.: A medical tech- hormone as a stimulent is in- 
nique “ you never heard of ’ isn't advisable. Only the doctor can 
thereby unsound. Thi^ includes determine if even one injection 
intramedullary 
(in the 
bone is indicated, 
marrow) 
transfusions, 
thong 
_ 
, 
, 
this technique 
is infrequently 
r IQ H O 
D tU C lG n T S 
used. The blood introduced 
into 
r*j 
• 
AA» 
the bone cavity 
is absorbed into Iw O IS O I r l U i a U 
the circulation almost as fast 
BELMONT, 
N.C. 
(AP) 
— 
as if it were given intravenously, pjano students at Sacred Heart 
This method is most used if college will be able to practice 
| the veins have collapsed or 
without 
jarring 
neighbors’ 
the transfusion must be prolong norves. 
! ed. 
The women’s college in 
Bel­ 
mont has installed a $9,000 mu- 


DEAR DR. M ILLER: Sister ^ laboratory with 13 pianos 
spikes her parakeet’s water with electronically rigged to muffle, 
a few drops of milk and he loves ,ampijfy or direct the music, 
it. It hasn't seemed to hurt him 
ngging allows & student 
any so far. Will it?—N.D. 
practice without disturbing 
Sear N.D.: Spiking the bird s others and at the same time 
water with milk won’t contri- ¡j1|ear what she is playing, 
bute to cirrhosis, derange Jhe( g^e can switch in to a master 
4k^ ;unit to hear the teacher or the 
k teacher can switch in to hear 
^ her playing. 


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OPEN for 
LUNCHEON 
TUESDAY 
FEB. 18th 
11 -.30-2:30 


Specialties 


* Cocktails 


5 P M. - 2 A.M. 


Dine 
5-10 PV -la 7 U cuU icine 


R E S T A U R A N T 
F R A N Ç A I S 


D STREET AT CENTRAL 
627-3711 
CHINO 


Pot Roast provençal 
Casserole con queso 


Wed., 
Feb. 19 — Roast Beef 
Pith Sticks 
Veal Scailopini 


Thurt., Feb. 20 
Fried Chicken 
Barbecued Spareribs 


• BREAKFAST 
LUNCH 


• DINNER 
(Mon-Sat) 
$1.25 
$1.75 


e SUNDAY 
BREAKFAST 
e SUNDAY 
DINNER 
Noon-8:30 


$1.35 
$1.85 


CLAREMONT 


S IS w. Foothill Blvd. 


624-9031 


REDLANDS 
Fwy. at Ford St. 
Off-ramp 
793-21S8 


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TENDERLOIN 
STEAK 


F re n c h 
Frie e , 
Fren ch 
Fried 
Onton 
Ring», 
Tossed 
Green 
Salad 
O ur 
Sp ecial 
Dressing, 
Toasted R oil, 


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1055 E. Holt Ave. 
Pomona 
NA 2-6064 


7 5 


695 W. Foothill Blvd., Claremont 
969 East Holt Ave., Pomona 
and Pomona Valley Center 


TUESDAY 
NIGHT 
Is 
Family Night 
1.45 


Children Prices 


(Up thru 11 Yeer») 
M* a 
Of AGI 
fer Caomplei 
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* 7 ts a r O l d 
7« 


LUNCH 
Served 11 -3 
Tues. - Sat. n.20 


Every Friday Night 
n. "The 14th Time Around 


SUPER SKATE 


Noon to 10:30 p.m 


Saturday and Sunday 


FREE LESSONS 


IN B A S IC S K I L L S F O R T H E KID S 
Sk ate R e n tal A vailab le for 30c 
No C harge for Adm iaaion or Lessona 
fve iy Saturday af I l i f J a.m. 


3964 Mission (Some as 1875 I 5th) Pomona 
NA 2-0257 


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Chinese and 
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OPEN: 11 A.M. • 10 P.M. 
Q 
FRIDAY A SATURDAY 
> 
11 A.M. - 11 P.M. 
Alse Food te 6e— *623*9064 


Ccck-A-hooMe 


OUR WEEKEND MENU 


Central Ave. nr. Riverside Dr. 


CHINO NA S-2921 
RESTAURANT \rl 


OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY 


For Breakfast, Lunch and DINNER 


BARGAIN SPECIAL 
FOR MONDAY, TUESDAY «. WEDNESDAY 


by popular request 


GRILLED 8-OUNCE 
NEW YORK STEAK 


Includes French Fried Onion Ringt, Salad 
Choice ef Petoto, Hof Bella 


FRIDAY 


(Served 4-8:30 p.m.) 


Roast Round of Beef Au 
Jus (Carved on the lino 
for your preferred cut), 
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# SWIDiSH MEAT IAUS 


1.85 


SATURDAY 


(Served 4-8:30 p.m .) 


Roast Round of Beef Au 
Jus (Carved on the lino 
for your proforred cut). 


e SW ED ISH 
STUFFED 
CARRAO I 


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W ' CAN O tiD YAM S 


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THURSDAY SPECIALS 


SERVED ALL DAY 


Fricassee-of-Chicken 


Potato, Vegetable, Bread & Butter 
10 


SUNDAY* 
Served 12 Noon to 8:30 F M . 


• ROAST ROUND OF BEEF Au Jus 
(Carved on the line for 
1 Q C 
your preferred cut)..........I « 0 9 
• BAKED CHICKEN w/Rice Pilaf 
• BEEF STROGANOFF 
• SWEDISH MEAT BALLS 


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5:30 
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6:00 © The Big News (0 (60) Jerry 
Dunphy. 
O 00 Huntiey-Brinkiey 
(C) 
(30) 
0 Steve 
Allen 
Show 
(C) 
(90) 
Phyllis Oilier, Jose Feliciano and 
Janice Baker guest. 


O THE SIX O’CLOCK MOVIE 
* “ DREAMBOAT” 
Clifton Webb 


leatre: 
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Q Him be, the White Lion (O 
s 
m Tales of Wells Fargo 
(£) Saturday Matin«#: “ Man Eater 
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land," 


1:30 0 W i | ; legs Bunny/Road Run­ 
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23 * 09 Top Get (O 
Campus Profit«» 


YT ® CD Gulliver (C) 
Action 
The: 
Hunt." 
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f f i Escuela KMEX (C) 


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0 Movie: "Shockproof" (mystery) 
'49— Cornel Wilde, Patricia Knight. 
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9:00 


Banana Splits (C) 


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Cen- 
1 0 :0 0 ________ 
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ter of the Earth (C) 
O Movie: "Men With a Gun" (dra­ 
ma) ’56— lee Patterson, Rona An­ 
derson. 
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© Las Estreilas y Usted 


10:30 0 ¿9 8 Batman/Superman (0 
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evie: 
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Fascination" 
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’52— Hugo 
Haas, 
Cleo 
Moore. 
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Ç7) Bible Answers 
© Cinelandia 


Square* 


the Jun- 


0 Six 
0’Clock 
Movie: 
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Ginger Rogers. 
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0 Batman (C) (30) 
What’s New? (30) 
ED Mujeres Sin Amor 
© KPLM Nows (C) 


6.30QKNBC Newsorvice (C) (60) 
| 
0 Voyage te the Bottom o( the 
Sea (C) (60) 
FTj) The Absurd Arts (30) 
T9 id 
(C) 


7:00 0 CBS Evening News (C) (30) 
Walter Cronkite. 
I What’s My Line? (C) (30) 
i Password (C) (30) 
! Wonderful World of Children 


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O Lost in Space (C) (55) 
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Glynis Johns. Basil Rathbone, An­ 
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© Cane ion de la Raza (30) 
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8:00 m Hazel (C) (30) 
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8:30 0 29 8 Gomer Pyle (C) (30) 
23 6 © Name of tho Gamo 
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"Sundown in Shangri-La.” 
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O Movie: “ Drange” (western) '57 
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A F T E R N O O N 


12:00 


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★ NEW TIME/NEW TIME 


Merv Griffin (C) (90) 
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0 T9 8 CBS Friday Movie: (C) 
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Novak, 
James 
Garnet, 
Tony 
Randall, Howard Duff, 
O Playboy After Dark (C) (80) 
Hugh Hefner welcomes Tony Ben . 
nett, Morgana King, 
Steppenwolf, 
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and George Plimpton to the pad. 
O 17 
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9:30 0 i t i ) © The Guns 
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10:30 @ N m (C ) (30) 
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© U«s Club (C) 
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O Movie: (C) “Men With Wings” 
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12:00 Q Marshal Dillon 
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Martha Scott 
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lodges. 
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Bari. 
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Q Movie: ‘Tank Battalion” (ad­ 
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3:30 a 17) (JD ® Pre Bowlers’ Tour 


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4:00 0 Movie: 
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Wagon Train (C) 
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Duo-Recital Slated 
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ANGELES — HarpsI-iln Washington and organist at 
chordist James Weaver and vio the Calvary Episcopal Church in 
linist Sonya Monosoff will pre- Baltimore, 
sent a duo-recital in the B i n g 
Miss Monosoff, a member of 
Theater of the County Museum the New York Baroque Players,'Friday £v*ni"9' Fabruar* M' 
of Art at 8:30 p.m. Feb. 28. 
is a specialist in 17th Century , 
The program, one of the Bing music. She was recently award- v 
Concert Series, w i I I include ed a grant by the Radcliffe In- 
works by Milhaud, kuhnau, Co- stitute for Independent S t u d y 
relli, Mozart, Epstein and Bach for work in this area. 
Weaver is director of concerts I 
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Playhouse Sets ‘Am erica H u rra h ’ 


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Returns Sunday approx. 11 
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Snow is so heavy this winter in 
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It said its high voltage pow­ 
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LOS ANGELES — The Rob- Music Association. Tickets are 
ert I)e Cormier Folk Singers, a on sale at the box office and 
16-voice ensemble that formerly agencies, 
accompanied Harry Belafonte.i Each of the singers takes a 
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vilion of the Los Angeles Mu- will include folk songs f r om 
sic Center at 8:30 p.m. Feb. 19.;England, Canada, Yugoslavia, 
I 
The concert is sponsored by'Croatia, Italy, Africa, the West 
|| the Southern California Chorali Indies and America. 


PASADENA — “ America Hur Feb. 27. 
rah,” which won the Vernon 
The play, directed by John 
Rice Award for its off-Broad- Larson, will be staged by a cas« 
way production, will be present- of non-professionrds and student 
ed at the Pasadena Playhouse for two weekends, closing March 
in eight performances starting 9. 


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in Hollywood March 1. Simon has the magic touch. 
AH of his shows have been hits — “ Come Blow Your 
Horn,’’ "Barefoot in the P a r k,” “ S t a r Spangled 
Girl,” “ The Odd Couple,” “ Little Me,” “ Sweet char­ 
ity” and “ Promises, Promises,” now selling out on 
Broadway. 
COUNTRY-WESTERN music fans have a treat 
in store when Johnny Cash and Marty Robbins stage 
a wild and woolly C-W show at the Anaheim Con­ 
vention Center March 1. On the card are June Car­ 
ter, Carl Perkins, the Carter Family and the Statler 
Brothers. 
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CURTAIN TIME! — Valley Community Theater 
presents “ Next Time I’ll Sing to You’’ at 8:30 tonight 
and Saturday, and ThursFriSat for two more week­ 
ends . . . “ The IMPOSSIBLE Years ’ ends tonight 
and Saturday at Gallery Theater, Foothill and Cam­ 
pus, Upland, and “ Mr. Belvedere” opens there at 
8:15 p.m. next Friday . . . Garrick Players how 
with “ Visit to a Small Planet" at 8:15 tonight and 
Saturday and for five weekends, at C and Lemon. 
Ontario . . . Orchestra Michelangelo di Firenze 
plays at Spring Auditorium, Chaffey High School, 
at 8:15 p.m. Monday . . . folksinger Sam Hinton will 
appear at the Montclair Starlite Series, Montclair 
High School, at 8 p.m. Thursday, free . . . Diamond 
Bar Players offer “ Any Wednesday” at Castlerock 
School, Diamond Bar, at 8:15 p.m. next Friday and 
Saturday . . . the Society for the Preservation and 
Encouragement of Barber Shop Quartet Singing in 
America presents its 16th annual Harmony Carnival 
at Spring Auditorium at 8:15 next Friday and Satur­ 
day nights . . . “ In Beautiful Michoacan” continues, 
WedThurFriSat, at Padua Hills Theater, Clare­ 
mont. 
★ 
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that I have grown up enough to face the facts” . . . 
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Bill M e d le y | 
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ANAHEIM — Blues linger Bill 
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Street Band will perform with 
Diana Ross and The Supremes 
at the Anaheim Convention Cen­ 
ter Feb. 22. 
Medley was half of the Right 
eous Brothers singing team be­ 
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• BRIGHTEST WHITE & 
A COMPLETE LINE OF 
FASHION DECORATOR 
COLORS 


• I HOUR DRY 
• SCRUBBABLE 
•LASTS 10 YEARS 


• COVERS 500 SQ. FT. 
• CLEAN-UP WITH WATER 
• USE BRUSH OR ROLLER 


• WON'T CHIP, CRACK, PEEL, 
BLISTER OR FADE 


• NO PAINT ODOR 


EXTERIOR LATEX ACRYLIC 


C A N BE U SED FO R A N E X T R E M E L Y 


D U R A B L E IN T E R IO R JOB 
• SCRUBBABLE 
• 1-HOUR DRYING 
• CLEAN UP WITH WATER 
• BRUSH OR ROLL 
• TOP QUALITY 
• GOOD HIDING 


I 


WHITE & COLORS 


COMP. RETAIL 3.50 
GAL. 


OUR 
PRICE 


-~ Í 
Hi 


A1KYD FLAT WALL PAINT 


• FINEST INTERIOR • ODORLESS 


»FINEST INTERIOR OH BASE PAINT 


»TREMENOOUS COVERING POWER 


> TOUGH AND DURABLE 
M 


WHITE A 
COLORS 


COMP. RETAIL 
5.50 


gal. 0UR 
PRICE 


GAL 


WHITE & COLORS 


COMP. RETAIL 5.95 


MIRROR SQUARES 


NO FINER 
INTERIOR 
LATEX 1-COAT 
AT ANY 
PRICE 


MATCHING 
SEMI-GLOSS 
ENAMEL.... 
j|49 


QT. 


• 1 2 " x l2 " SIZE 
» INClUDfS MASTIC TAPE 
& INSTRUCTIONS 
GOLD ANTIQUE 


BEAUTIFULLY DESIGNED 
» GROUND & POtlSHED 


COMP. 
RETAIL 
1.19 
SB. 


VINYL REDWOOD PAINT 
• TOP QUALITY EXTERIOR 


• RENEWS REDWOOD COLOR 


• FADEPROOF 


• CLEAN UP WITH WATER 


• COVERS WITH TOUGH 
PLASTIC FILM 
BINDS A 
^ g STRENGTHENS 


Ga l 
c o m p . RETAIL 


9x9 IN. PURE 
VINYL FLOOR TILE 


" — — 
— « Y 
SMOKED GOLD 
§ £ 
ANTIQUE 


COMP. 
RETAIL 
1 .2 9 


G A L 


COMP. RETAIL 6.50 


FLOOR TILE 
SALE! 


• 9x9 IN. PREMIUM GAUGE 
• VINYL ASBESTOS TILE 


• ASSORTED COLORS & STYLES 
• LONG LASTING 
• EASILY INSTALLED 


VINYL ACRYLIC 
EXTERIOR STUCCO-MASONRY 


• LASTS 8 YEARS • 1-HR. DRY 
• CLEAN UP WITH WATER 
• SCRUBBABLE • BRUSH OR ROLL 
• CAN BE USED FOR AN EXTREMELY 
DURABLE INTERIOR JOB 


WHITE & COLORS 


COMP. RETAIL 6.25 
OUR 
PRICE 


HAND CARVED PICTURE FRAMES 
12x1 6-IN. SIZE 


•VAR! fry Of STYLES AND 
COLORS 
• PRE-flNlSHED 
y p f ”’ 
• LINERS INCLUDED 
• --- 


Hj 


COMP. RETAIL 
$10 
95 


COMPLETI 
SELECTION 


DRAWIN6 
PAp 


• Lifetime Guarantee 
• 5 Beautiful Colors 
COMP. 
RETAIL 18c 


ART & MARKING 


PENSe«w 
1 2 ' 


'2 H* 
9«» IN. 
lilt 


L 
ART 
u SUPPLIES 
ARTIST OILS 


e 40 COLORS 
e 20 cc TUBES 
WATER COLORSl 
» 
16 COLORS 
e 30 cc TUBES 
•COMP 40 c o r e 
RETAIL 
Z S ia. 
STANDING 199 
CACCI 
l u . 


COMP. 
RETAIL 
OUR PRICE 


7 
- 
m 
12x16” 
SIZE 


• 
16x20 IN. SIZE 9.95 
• 
18x24 IN. SIZE 11.95 
• 
22x26 IN. SIZE 12.95 
• 
24x30 IN. SIZE 13.95 
24x36 IN. SIZE 15.93 


t 


VINYL CUSTOM MIX 
•IN TERIOR »EXTERIOR 


* STUCCO MASONRY 


» 2000 COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM 


FREE COLOR MIXING 


COMP. 
RETAIL 
5.95 
98 


GAL 


SEMI-GLOSS ENAMEL 


• INTERIOR 


A.TISTS' 
*01. I 
ARTISTS' 
*02. 
TURPENTINE 3 9 c | LINSEED OIL 4 3 c 


'iNttUOtS 
1-01- * 
catastò 
CASTING RESIN 


'•OFBSNULHO*’5 ' 
t 
A*ir 


• MOST E X C IT IN G 
ID E A IN THE A RT 
& HOBBY F IEL D 
• FO RM LAMPS, 
T RAYS, D E C O R ­ 
A TO R ITEMS 
• D R IE S C R Y S T A L 
C L E A R 


• TOP Q U A LIT Y 
Si W O R K A B IL IT Y 


• FAST DRYING • USE ON INTERIOR 


WALLS, WOODWORK 


• WHITE & COLORS 


COMP. 
RETAIL 
5.75 
79 


GAL 


»i 
iSSE 


I'LK-OtO 
(NAMll 


COMP. RETAIL 7.50 
-.7 


TILE GROUT 
T IB. 5121 


* 10 COiORS 
• YOUR c MOICE 


5 IB. SIZE 
19‘ 
79‘ 


CHEESE CLOTH 
COMP. RETAIL 60' 


4 9 ‘ 4 YD.PKG. 


VINYL APRONS 
• BIB TYPE • STUROY 


1 0 ', 
1 6 9 


WITHOUT CATALYST 3.56 GAL. 


T.S.P. C LEA N ER [WHITE VINYL GLUE 


• 
A L L P U R P O S E C L E A N E R I 
• DRILS CLEAR 


ROTO VINYL 
FLOOR COVERING 


•6 fT, 9 FT. 12 FT. 
WIDTHS 
• MANY PAHERNS 
COMP. 
RETAIL 1.29 


5 LB. PKG. 
5 9 


18 IN. LUAN STOOL 
• PHILIPPINE MAHOGANY 


1 


COVERALLS 
• PLASTIC 
e DISPOSABLE 
COMP. 
RETAIL 69c 
3 9 


w e s t L.A. 
141*1 ROIL RISO* IIVB. 
2 litt** Smiu* »t r** 


B U R B A N K 
*3 6 N VICTORY ILVO. 
% ftl«A Nauti *1 M«f aka 


P A S A D E N A 
FAIN OAKS 8 HOLLY 
1 8>*k> NtiU* .1 I Wanda 


CH ULA VISTA 


CL CERRITO 
10*90 SANFAILO 
C«m at %*» Pa*iw a Pwtati 
H A Y W A R D 
3M JACKSON 
l*t<v».n Saia | Ai.iax 


EL M ONTE 
3 M 3 K C K R 0 3 tits S, at VdMdy 
TORRANCE 
nukHAirfHOHAt nvo 
*1 
KM 
LA M E SA 
S A N DIEGO 


S A N JOSE 
4M MfAlOIAN AVI 
Itrwtta San CmIm I U.aryark 


P O M O N A O N T A R IO 
CONNI A HOLT A MIL if 
1 Hack ( m i *1 Indi*. HKh O M 
LONG BEA CH 
24ft LONO ILACH I I VO S* *1 Adi»* 


A N A H E IM 
C0HNIH LINCOLN eilN O & ÍY 
1 Uk i I mi al Itaakisadf 


• 
EAST PHOENIX 


C O R N E R Of HOLT & MI LLS 
POMONA-ONTARIO 
1 Block East of Indian Hills Ölvd 


O P E N S N I G H T S 
O PEN S U N D A Y S 9 00 to S 30 
Mon, Tu*» 
Thur En J 60 A M ,o» OOP M 
t X T u D n m 
a a 
V . V 
. SATURDAYS 8:00 »o 6:3.0 


TUCSON 
MOAtNYAV AT FIRST AVE. 


W E S T SAN H RNANDO VALLEY 
Wm GIm K HiIIi 220*0 VINTURA ILVO. 
11tatfc Nm si T epifita 


G A R D E N A ’N A W THORNE 
COHNLH CRLNSHAA ILVO iU S H t il. 
VAN N U Y S 
1201 SIPULVEOA ILVO 
C»imi tu**«. 1 lltck Sautli «I Vtcwty 
W EST PH O EN IX 
• 


O X N A R D VENTURA 
22** VINIYARO AVI. 
C«*M> Ox«Më VtMyattf 
L O S A N G E L E S 
CORNER OF FICO I 8ROADWAY 
M O N T ER EY P A R K 
1711 W RiGGlN ST. 
Ü It*. Noti* «I Rtf|H9 * Atlantic 
S A N T A A N A 
241« S WAIN 
1 01 «cà Saat* »I Mimai (OaMi) 
B A K E R S F IE L D 
• 
F R E SN O 


S A N T A M O N IC A 
1411 LINCOLN 8LV0. 
•t SdHta Mfflxa INK 


D O W N E Y 
M 3* I I lO Rf NCf AVE. 
#i I *k ***••« OM 


R IV E R S ID E 
CORNER MAGNOLIA 6 JUA JFA 
* l'ocks N«n* M C i'u X 


S A N B E R N A R D IN O 


A 


BULLSEYE 
BUYSf 


FrognMi-*g||#tin, Pomona, Calif. 
Friday iv a n tn g , February 14, 1969 


HAROLD D. FASNACHT 
Fasnacht 
To Get New 
College Job 


LA VERNE — La Verne Col­ 
lege President Emeritus Harold 
D. Fasnacht will return to cam ­ 
pus April 1 to work in the office 
of development. 
Fasnacht will begin his new 
duties at the college in the areas 
of deferred giving, estate plan­ 
ning and special gifts. 
He retired from the presiden­ 
cy 
in 
June 
1968. 
Since 
that 
time, he and his w i f e , Ruth, 
have traveled in the Far East. 
They now live at 1660 N. Berk­ 
ley St., Pomona. 
Dr. Leland B. Newcomer suc­ 
ceeded Fasnacht as president of ; 
La Verne. 


RON EGGERTSEN 


in Fountain Valley. He returned 
to Montclair in 1965 as head of 
the building department. 
Eggertsen lives in Huntington 
Beach with his wife, Anne, and 
three daughters, Christay Ma­ 
lone, 15; Cindy Malone, 13; and 
Antoinette Malone, 12. 
Peace Corps Testing 
To Be Offered Feb. 15 


an application if they haven’t 
already done so, and present 
it to the tester before the test, 
ihere 
are 
15,000 
volunteers 
now serving in 
Asia, 
Africa, 
Latin America and the Pacific 
Islands. 
More volunteers are needed 
for programs which will begin 
this spring and summer. 


15.00, Sashed pant 


fk 
Á 


What are the Bulls-Eye Buys of the week? 


Every Dodge Dealer has been authorized to offer a special bargain price each 
week on selected Dodge models. You’ll get bonus savings on cars and trucks... 
even Dodge White Hat Specials are included. Sale limited. Hurry! 
Join the Slinksters in Celanese 
Arnel triacetate jersey . You’ll love 
our collection of gloriously-colored 
prints. They flow. Slink. Stir with 
the s lig h te s t breeze. From Ardee in 
junior sizes 5-6 to 13-14. 


Celane«t>* Arac-i' triacetate 


C H A R G E R 


King sized performance 
with a pint size price during 
Dodge Bulls-Eye Buys. 


D A R T 
Western Sports Special, 
designed and priced for 
this area only. Now an even greater 


value during Dodge Bulls-Eye Buys. 


Match yourself tip with Bonus Savings! 


POMONA DODGE. INC 


1111 E. HOLT AVE.-623-3181 
POMONA . TOP OF THE MAIL . PHONE 6234321 . MON. THURS. ANO FRI TEL 9:00 . OTHER OATS « M O M O 


3 
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inanciaí 
leivô Today s Closing Prices 


F rid a y iv a n tn g , Fe b ru a ry 14, 1969 
P a q e 
2 , 
S e c . 
3 


N E W Y O R K 
(A P I . 
Friday's selacled 
New York Stock Exchange prices; 


Retail Sales 
Increase Predicted 
Huge Ketail bales 
i“« 
Address i.co 
¡Admiral 
AetnaUif MO 
I AirRedfn 1 50 
AlcanAlu 1.10 
Alia« Cp 
20# 
AlleaLud 2 40 


N a tio n a l c e n ta g e in c re a s e in n u m b e r o fjA w w c h \:?* 


B a n k 
e s tim a te s 
S o u th e rn 
Cal- p e rm it 
h o ld e rs 
o c c u rre d 
in a h !!^ ch »’m ° 


if o r n i’s 
1968' 
r e t a il 
s a le s 
a t O ra n g e C o u n ty . 
a m b a c % 
Ameraaa 3 
Am Airlin 
10 
AmBdcst I .«i 
Am Cao f 2» 
ACrvSug 1.40 
AmCyM l 25 
A m tiPw l.J# 
Am Hoso .ft 
AmMFdy 
» 
AMet Cl 1.90 
Am Motors 
Here is • group erf stocki of interest AmNefOes f 
.¡it the Pomone v*ll#v eree 
Quotelions Am New* J 
n m ir 
R p c p a r r h 
D ^ n a rtm p n t as of 10 a.m 
today ere supplied t>v the 
Am Phot .03g 
o m ic 
K e S t d U n 
u e p a n m e m , 
Roctkhw t>r4nch ot Walston A Company A Smelt 1.60 
Inrrp -icA rl 
in 
n il 
trta in r Listed 
test Sale; Am Snett wl 


S e c u r it y 
P a c if ic 


n e a r ly $22 b illio n , up m o re th a n 


$2 
b illio n 
fro m 
1967 
re c e ip ts 


T h e 1967-68 g a in w a s n e a r ly fo u r 


tim e s th e $571 m illio n in c re a s e 


o f 1966-67. 


A c c o r d in g to th e b a n k ’s Eco n - 


Pomona Valley 
Stocks 


s a ie s 
in c re a s e d 
in 
a ll 
m a jo r 
Mkfl 


tr a d e c a te g o rie s . 
T h e b u ild in g 


m a t e r ia ls a n d fa r m im p le m e n t 


g ro u p 
a d v a n c e d 
m o st 
s tro n g ly Morris in c r^ 


w ith re c e ip ts 19.6 p e r ce n t great- 


e r th a n th o se of 1967. 
| T£f A 


A b o v e a v e r a g e in c re a s e s also 


w e r e re c o rd e d fo r c a r d e a le rs 
1 ,0 


an d p a rts s u p p lie rs , w h o se s a le s 


w e r e up 16.9 p e r ce n t, an d fo r s ‘s >. 


food sto re s , w h e re sa le s c lim b e d wavn* Mtg 


b y 12.8 
p e r 
c e n t. 
P e r c e n t a g e ! 
- 
, 
c 
a l * - . L i 


g a in s w e re 10.4 in the h o m e fur- 
I f ) 
i m 
6 
b p O 
l / l ^ f n i 


Sates 
Net 
(hd$ ) HighlowCio*» Ch*. 
24 
7 V i 74 
74 
-F + ! 
28 
65 
64’. 64+ — %; 
33 
20’* 20 » 20’ 3 + ’* 
133 
75’* 74’* 75% +1 
164 
11% 17’ * 18 
— 
302 
«2 
61’* 61’» + V* 
123 
31 + 31’ » 3’ ’ » - + 
230 
29+ 28’» 29 
- % 
95 
26'» 25+ 26'» — + 
94 
55”. 54+ 54*. —1 
I 
97 
25' » 24j . 24’. - % 
250 
35’ . 34’. 35 
+ % 
101 
35*. 35’» 35'. + % 
75 
30% 29 + 29'» — % ! 
1*5 
77' 7 75+ 75' 2 
44 
28'. j N 27’. 
46 111 
110 
110+ + ’ 
119 
37»» 36 . 36’» — ’» 
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20 
34’* 33% 34 
— '* 
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on F(kkis 1 
onNatG 1.76 
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ont Cp 
8fl# 
on i Mot .40 
ont Oil 3 
ont Tel 
68 
ontroi Data 
ooperln 1.40 
orn Pd 1 70 
orGW 2.50a 
owtes 
50 
oxBdcas 
50 
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rowCol 1 51» 
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, , 
vrowne 
2 20 
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4 Curtiss Wrt 1 


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Imo Çp Am 
InperRand 7 
Intend Stl 7 
interlkSt 1.80 
IBM 3.20 
In» Harv 1.80 
Int Miner ,50 
IntNick l.70a 
Int Pap 1 50 
169 
724 774 
274 f 4 nt 
TAT 
95 
217 
264 26 
264 + 4 Iowa Beef 
3182 1*04 135 
135 
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198 
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53 
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634 63 
634 + 4 Jones L * * 
38 
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AMK CP 
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29 
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Ask 
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lohn ,12p 
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Kopper. 1.60 


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Kra«er 1 » 
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Leh Val Ind 
Lehmn I.Jrp 
LibOFrd 2.80 
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Liga My 1 10 
Lins TV 1.33 
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N EW YORK (A P )—Sales, closint price B*ckmrtn ’ m 
, „ 
, 
.and 
nat change of fha fifieen most ac- §eech Air 75 
c e s s e c to r, 10 p e r ce n t fo r gen- tive stocks trade« on the n y stock e . leit how 
«o 


e r a l m e rc h a n d is e sto re s, a n d 9.6 co n d o tta 
*“ * 
i Twent Cent 
|thr,ft Dru« 


O th e r g a in s w e re 8.2 p e r c e n t ¡Am Motors 


fo r e a tin g a n d d rin k in g p la c e s . Be,goeter 


n is h in g s an d h o u se h o ld a p p lia n - 


fo r p a c k a g e d liq u o r sto re s. 


8.1 p e r c e n t fo r d ru g s to re s , 7.9 5vcocB,npCt 


p e r ce n t fo r a p p a re l sto re s, an d 
PaWi* 


4.3 to r s e r v ic e s ta tio n s . 
fe S S T o a t 


L o s A n g e le s C o u n ty a c c o u n te d uwTew s* g « 


fo r n e a r ly h a lf o f a 3 p e r ce n t 


in c r e a s e in re ta il sto re p e rm its 


d u rin g 
th e 
1967-68 


311. TOO 
767 :WO 
isti200 
132.i 
1 
1S o 
,03.1 
Vw 
5 


94, . 0 
»2.VX) 
800 


wz 
*00 
77,600 


S h o p liftin g 


135 
—5 % 
39% 
-*•2’ . 
30 
+ 2+ 
49% 
- ’ » 
12+ 
—% 
24 
+ 1 
18 
+ % 


32 + 
•f ’» 
90 + 
-•3+ 
5 7% 
+ 1 
38 + 
75+ 
61 + 
1,4 
4* % 
23+ 
+ + 
27 + 


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in- 


Cat Firanl 
CampRL .«Sa 
CamoSp 1 10 
fis c a l 
y e a r , c r e a s e d b y 93 p e r c e n t b e tw e e n cantten 
so 


c la im in g 3,176 o f a n a d d itio n a l 1960-66, a c c o rd in g to th e F e d e r- 


6.601 p e rm its . T h e la rg e s t p e r a l B u r e a u o f In v e s tig a tio n . 
INVESTMENT FUNDS 


eroPLt 1 *2 
aroTAT 
76 
a crier Cp 1 
arterW 
*0« 


NEW YORK (A P) 
—The following quo 
tationj 
iuPPii«d by 
ih« National Assoc* 
afion 
of 
Securities 
Dealer*. 
Inc., 
are 
tha prices at which 
these 
securities 
could 
have 
been 
sold (bid) or bought 
(asked) Thursday. 


Abaraean 
Adv tsars 
Affilia tad 
Alpha 
Atl Amer 
Amcap 
Am Bus 


Bid Ask 
3 12 3.41 
I 73 9 5* 
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A M EX S A L ES 
Approx total stock saies 
Stock sates year ago 
Approx total bond sates 
Bond sates year ago 
GRAIN MARKET 


American 
Exchange 


. 5,800,000 
3,235,290 
S 4,150,000. 
$ 2,259,000 
CHICAGO (A P ) — Wheat No. 1 hard 
yellow 1.42+N; No, 2 soft red 1.37+N; 
Corn No. 2 yellow l.ll+ N j No. 4 yellow 
112. 
Oats 
No. 
2 
extra 
heavy 
white 
75N. 
Soybeans 
No. 
1 
yellow 
2 65. 
No. 
2 
yellow 
2.63. 
Soybean 
oil 
9,00. 


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Exchange prices: 
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Opening, 1970 
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Campbl Chib 303 
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i%,tertainment park there by the 
summer of 1970. 
Fess Parker, televison’s Dan­ 
iel Boone, is investing $13.5 mil­ 
lion in the park, to be called 
“ Frontier World.” The park is 
to depict the various frontiers in 
American history, from the pil­ 
grims up to contemporary sci­ 
ence and space frontiers and be- 
+ yond. 
i+ 3 


Saxon 
Indust 
Scurry Rain 
Statham Inst 
Syntax Cp 
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D-J Averages 


New Y o T 
' “ 
STOCKS 
Open 
High 
L 
*7 951.95 
58 275 7» 
40 1 38 1 0 


The southern Baptist Conven­ 
tion has the largest membership 


30 Ind 
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High 
Low Close 
951 95 969 16 945 67 951 9 
177 16 
778.27 274 
138 74 139.35 13740 
345 61 
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887 900 
Raiìs 
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187,900 
Utils 
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138,000 
65 Stk 
1,213,800 


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N E W Y O R K 
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pprox 
final 
total 


ago 
ago 


196/ to date 


N Y Stock sales 
11.460,000 


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9 40 10 30 
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Am 
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Stten 
6 97 7 62 
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Bal 
27 28 22 28 
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Sol Sit 
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VancaS sol 9 0* 9 9? 
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Value Showdown: 


Match the»« features against what competition gives you for tho same kind of money, 
and you'll have a bettor Idoa why mora people are buying Chavrolats again this yaar. 


> 
„ 
U T S 


% 


Would PSA 
putyou 
downin 
San Francisco? 


Sure. 
for $1350 


900 Flight* a week coenect Northern and South* 
erti California More than any other airline 
Ail jets Lowest air fares Call your travel 
agent or P SA and we ll put you d o w n -e a sy 
PSA gives you a lift. 


Built-In “guard rails" 
There’s a strong steel beam built into 
every door of every 1969 Caprice, Impala, 
Bel Air, Biscayne, Kingswood Estate 
W agon, Kingswood, Townsm an and 
Brook wood. 
We call it a side guard beam, and it 
looks like one of those guard rails you see 
along the freeway. 
That’s what it’s there for: To guard 
you. To strengthen the door and put a 
more solid wall between you and tne 
outside world. 
Not a glamorous feature. 
But you’ll have to admit, worthwhile. 


Computer-selected springs 
Maybe you’ll order your new Chevy 
equipped to the hilt. 
Or maybe you’ll order it with hardly 
anything on it. 
Either way, you’re going to get your 
full measure of our renowned ride. 
Because we go to the trouble of pro­ 
gramming each car’s equipment load into 
an electronic computer. 
The computer then tells us exactly 
which springs to use, depending on the 
car’s weight and the way it’s distributed. 
Chevrolet, the only car in its field with 
computer-selected springs. 


Fenders inside fenders 
We could have skipped this. (The 
other cars in our field do.) 
But we’re as anxious as you are to 
keep your beautiful new Chevy looking 
beautiful and new. 
So: 
Up inside the regular fenders we’ve 
placed a second set. 
They do all the in-fighting. Catch all 


the splashed-up rain, slush and road salt. 
Stop tne kicked-up stones. 
While your “ outers” just sit there 
looking pretty. 
Astro Ventilation 
The other two cars in our field give 
you air intakes down by the floor. 
So do we. 
W e also give you two up on the instru­ 
ment panel. 
And all four of them are adjustable so 
you can regulata the flow of air just the 
way you like it. 
Even with all the windows closed, 
you’ll be comfortable inside. You get air 
without wind. Without noise. 
Astro Ventilation is standard, now, on 
all the big Chevrolets. 
Rubber-cushioned ride 
At all points where the body 
joins the frame, we use our own exclu­ 
sive kind of rubber mounts. 
They’re double-cushioned, so as to 
soak up more than the usual amount of 
vibration. Unless you’re in the habit 
of taking your car apart, you’ll 
probably never see these 
little wonders. But 
you’ll know they’re 
there. Just listen to 
the quiet. 
The theft-thwarter 
On the steering 
column there’s a lock. 
Only Chevrolet has 
it, in Chevrolet’s field. 
You turn the key and 
it locks three things: 
Your ignition. 
Your steering wheel. 
Your shift lever. 


When you own a car this tempting, 
you don’t dare take chances. 
Biggest standard V8 in our field 
Ask any car enthusiast, he’ll tell you: 
Chevrolet builds great engines. Es­ 
pecially V8s. 
And this year there are six great V8s 
available for the big Chevrolet. Standard: 
Our 235-hp 327-cubic-inch Turbo-Fire. 
Another thing: W e’ve lowered the 
price of several of our bigger V8s along 
with our automatic transmissions and 
power disc brakes. Which makes it possi­ 
ble for you to buy a ’69 Chevrolet for even 
less money than you could last year. 
Show up for our Showdown. 
You can’t lose. 
Putting you first, keeps us first 


Impala Sport Coupe 


Chevrolet Value Showdown 


Lowly Senators Hire Storybook Skipper 
rASHINGTON iAP) - The1 for comm-nt h,.f , cni,r,0 
. 
. . . 
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" 
■ 


TED WILLIAMS 
. . back in majors 


îrogrcss-BuUcüti 


Focusing 


The Picture 


Friday Evening, February 14, 1969 


Top Stars Slay Home 
White Sox 
In Boycott 


Focusing in the sports picture: 
One-minute 
interview with Cal Poly’s new football Coach 
Roy Anderson: 
What do you think of Polv’s schedule next 
year? "Whew! It’s awfully tough. I don’t have to go much 
farther than the first two games Northern Arizona University 
and Fresno State) to realize how tough it is.” What are your 
plans for spring practice? " I’ll challenge the team. Call it! 
laying it on the line, if you want, but there’s no easy way to1 
win football games.” 
As you know a familiar face on the P-B sports staff willl 
be missing starting next week. Gordie 
Verrell is a special kind, 
of a guy. He’s 
a fellow with great talent, marvelous wit, a 
friendly word for everyone and a burning desire to cover a 
major league baseball team. It’s fitting that Gordie get that! 
daily opportunity to write about major league baseball. As P-B1 
readers will agree, he’ll be among the very best . . . Claremont- 
Mudd College Coach Ted Ducey’s opinion of the officiating in 


THIS IS HOCKEY?— Linesman Malcolm Ashford attempts to 
separate Rangers’ Ron Stewart and Kings' Dave Amadio in 
one of several tussles in Thursday’s NHL game. Kings ar< 
Dale Rolfe (6), Gord Labossiere (12), Ted Irvine (15) 


Kings Tumble Rangers 


GORDIE VERRELL 
TED DUCEY 
DAVID JONES 


his team’s game at Cal Lutheran last weekend: “ They (Cal 
Lutheran) were shooting one-and-one before we got off the bus.” 


FIVE SAN ANTONIO LEAGUE graduates, Pomona High’s 
Skip Lawson and A1 Sevilla, Claremont’s Jack Cosby and Brad 
Bramer, and Alta Loma’s Rocky Long, were standouts on the* 
University of New Mexico’s frosh football team. Cosby was the 
starting center, Lawson was the No. 1 middle guard, Sevilla 
and Long were defensive secondary regulars, and Bramer was 
a first-string offensive tackle . . . Cal State Long Beach Coach 
Jerry Tarkanian, on playing Cal Poly: "It’s hard to figure 
them. The way Poly plays, on a given night they can lose! 
to anyone or beat anyone.” 
Pomona’s Bill Singer was second to Don Drysdale in pick- 
offs for the Dodgers last season. Drysdale picked off seven 
base runners, while Singer had five. The Dodger pitcher picked 
off 19 base runners, while catcher Tom Haller had five for a 
team total of 24 . . . Dodger Manager Walt Alston’s pre-season 
statement on the club’s plans for ’69: " I’m going to give all 
our kids plenty of chances to chase the veterans to the side­ 
lines.” 
If you were upset with the Lakers’ lackadaisical play 
in their recent loss to Philadelphia at the Forum, you’ll feel 
better after hearing Coach Bill vanBreda Koirs comment on 
the game. " I’ve never been so disgusted with this team since 
1 began here,’ he said. "We had no hustle, no fight, no nothing. 
They outscrapped us for every loose ball. With our guys it’s i 
like taking candy from a baby.” . . , Say, did you hear about 
the gal who never stops for a red light when she drives. 
"You’ve seen one light,” she says, "you’ve seen them all!” 


MONTREAL (AP) — Major 
league baseball is scheduled to 
make its debut here in two 
months. And, while the Mont­ 
real Expos already have a ros* 
ter of players and a smooth* 
working front office, there is 
one 
little 
hitch—their 
home 
playing field is a long way from 
(being ready. 
"We'll be ready,” insisted Lou 
I Martin, Expos director of opera­ 
tions, as he looked Thursday 
¡over the snow-covered expanse 
that resembles a disaster area 
more than a future diamond. 
Scores of construction men, 
working back-breaking 5 a.m. to 
jlO p.m. shifts daily, are furious* 
ly trying to ready the city* 
¡owned Jarry Park for the Expos 
home opener against the St. 
jLouis Cardinals April 14. 
The National League’s new 
entry will have the smallest lay­ 
out in the majors. The final 
seating capacity won't be dead- 
,ed until later, when arrange- 
intents are completed to ereci 


IContm uta til P ag* «1 


Returns to Redskins 
Sam Huff Likes Violent Life 


SPENCER SUSPENDED— University of Detroit basketball star Spencer Haywood, left, 
and Coach Bob Caiihoa discuss Haywood * two-gamo suspension at a conference,# 


Gordon Verrell 
New Race in C C A A ? 


Radio-TV 


Beat 
Broncs Greet Valley State 


HERE, ROUGHLY, ARE THE OPPOSING VIEWS: 
--There's the guy who’s completely bipartisan, that is. he p n*"#v s,aie at c#l Po,v' f>orT10°*' 8 


4 
4 


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St*»« Fullerton 
3 4 
C a t 
State, tos Ángeles 
3 5 
Cal 
Poly, Pomona 
0 7 
Tenigtrt's Games 


By JER R Y M ILES 
winless Broncs in the Kellogg use a little shake-up.” 
¡posted an easy 103-95 win in 
P-B Sports Editor 
Gym. Strangely 
enough, Mata- 
Of course, Stull is hoping his the team’s first-round clash, 
i The runaway for the Califor- dor Coach Jerry Ball fears the shake-up will shake-up Valley 
The Diablos have a potent of- 
nia Collegiate Athletic Associa- Broncs as much as any team ¡State. 
fcnse 
buiIt 
around big 
Ron 
non 
basketball championship in fbe league. 
“ Valley State has two or three Knight, the CCAA’* No. 2 scorer 
s u d d e n l y became a race 
<s inconceivable to me that of the conference’s leading scor- at 24,8. Over-all, Knight is the 
The question for today, class, is this: 
Wednesday night when Fresno (al {>0jy could be 0-7 in our ers,’’ he noted, “ and they usual- conference’s top scorer with his 
Should sports announcers, as they go about their business 
I 
league, ’ 
says 
Ball. 
“ They’re ly play in those 100-plus games 23.4 average. 
of reporting on their respective teams, act as a shill tor the 
C C A A 
a mucb better club than their —win or lose.” 
“ Thev’re exciting to w itch” 
club or merely call 'em as they see 'em and let it goat that? 
s«,«, T cor<1 lndica'es;, 
,earful ®| 
Actually, the Matadors have stull says of the Diablos, "and 
This seems to he a rather popular subject nowadays and 
^ 
\ », a «>» game ami 
it w.ll only one o( |h„ CCAA>J ,eadlnR sQ 
Va„ 
Stale Bl)|h 0, .pm 
since this is our last Radio-TV Beat, we thought we might jv.i», sro, 
s j (i?j i| take our hes. etforl. 
¡scorers but in forward L o r e n are great shooting teams." 
interject our twe-bits worth. 
Tg, k o _ 
. , 
j ¡1 
Poly will be out to avenge Bracci 
they have the top point- 
BuI ¡,.s the Broncs who hope 


\ is f 96 
?ss0 “ ' hl Matador, getter. 
He's 
averaging 
26.7 
„ shoo[ em duwn... 
in tonight s 8 o clock tip-off. 
points 
and 
is second in re- 
Saturday night the Broncs hop bounds with an average of 13 N«m. 
° CAA STAT,STI“ PI1 Av, 
has as many good things to say about the opposition as he 
•» Cal SM,e on the freeway for a n o t h e r per game. 
'ilas51 
I tig \\a 
does the home team. In this camp is someone like Vin Scully. „ xp *an 0,,'ao s,*’p at Cal Po,v- SL0 CCAA contest at Cal State Los 
Poly’s 
Rouchon 
is 
third f c f A b S Juaf’ 
' I m Is’ 
ihe Dodgers’ crack reporter, who is great to listen to whether 
( „ poly, 
stat# L(* Angeles. 
in scoring at 18.9. !n season 
m 
I i* i; d 
you’re a Dodger or Cardinal fan. 
4 c)V s»**«B Fu..«r»on •» v.iuv st*»* 
Poly will go with four juniors play, Rouchon is averaging 18.2, & 
JEST , <laT 
! t l W‘S 
— 1 lie other view is the cheerleader approach. It s not the * c.a’ s»au iono B»«ch 
at cai 
poiv sod one sophomore in its start- which ranks him fourth in non- 
rebounding 
Dodgers or Cardinals, for example. Instead it s “ us’’ and SLX° s*n° oi«<h> stat. at 
Fresno state ing line-up tonight. Coach Bob conference 
games. 
Carrido’s £T\night (la> 
them.’’ The Lakers’ Chick Hearn and the Kings’ Jiggs Me-9 ,l ^ . coo(erenc# 
Stull has named Greg Rouchon, 15.4 average places him sev-Kg™ 
Donald fit in here nicely. If you happen to be a Laker or — 
--------------- Mike 
Wells. Curtis Donaldson enth in non-conference play. 
$£ Sr.*«s i iM ) 
King fan, swell. 
If not, well, too bad. 
State upset previously unbeaten 
and 
Bart Carrido and sopho- 
Senior forward - center 
Jim ^ 
jfV?1 
The thing fans have to remember is that announcers, for 0*1 State Long Beach. 
more Fred 
McClain to start Brown is averaging 10 rebounds 
over all statistics 
the most part, are working for the team, not the particular 
Second-place 
Valley 
State against the Matadors, who bring in CCAA play and 9.3 over-all, Ron 
¡LA*C0R1NG 
station. 
moved within 2> . games of Long a 5-2 conference record into to- which place him fifth and sev- samnRobffUK>n((lSb > 
Scully, for instance, draws his pay from the Dodgers, not Bmmh 
when 
the 
49ers 
lost, nmht’s game. 
enth, respectively. 
Iluousd«v?s" ifsi 
KF1. The Dodgers’ sponsors buy the time on KFI. The same 
Valley State is trying to 
“ These 
fellows 
have 
been 
Bracci will join Jerry Joseph, B*rTc«rTido°(c^! 
is true for Hearn, McDonald, the Angels' Dick Enberg and Don £ain ground on Long Beach, the playing real well lately,’’ said Bruce Pelkey, Jerry Revlin, and Rob S,#0hw,s (FS) 
Wells and most of the announcers around the land. 
Matadors have a 
tough road Stull. “ Also our seniors have Bob Hawking in Valley State’s Ron Kn,qht (^ B0UN0IN0 
The Dodgers were the first club to have to make a decision J bead. 
been 
hit hard with mid-quarter starting line-up tonight. 
i« ivHuSbf «¿»j 
in this matter. When they came west, they 
had to decide 
Por instance, tonight 
Valley finals 
and I think everybody is 
At L. A. Saturday night, the ^™ RR0°^ T slo)B> 
whether to (1) boost major league baseball and the National State will tangle with Cal Poly’s in agreement we probably can Broncs run into a team that 
iciffi 
League in genera! or (2) the Dodgers in particular. 
The decision was made to follow the first point, that is 
a down-the-middle, bipartisan approach. 


THE THINKING, AS WE RECALL, HAD TO DO WITH 
the fact Southern Californians come from all the country. A 
guy who grows up say, in Philly, isn’t going to Immediately 
jump on the Dodgers’ express, a team he hasn’t exactly been 
fond of through the years, just because they’re now in L. A. 
rather than Brooklyn. 
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS kins 
finished with 21 
points, 
This particular chap is (11 a Philly tan and (2) a baseball 
n took Bob Boozer, Jimmy wbdp Boozer 
and Washington team is no longer thinking 
fan. If the only thing he hears out of his radio is how mag- Washinern 
Cipm Hacking a eacb had 20. 
nificent the Dodgers are, he’s soon going to be (1) a Philly m e 
*hile to warm up^bot 
. 
- 
_ ______ ______ 
fan and (_) a football fan. Or basketball. Or ice hockey. 
when they did the trio quickly 
vaubed idle Indiana into first aiming for a winning campaign 
*bt season. 
Dick Enberg, in our opinion, has always managed to stay 
c00led off Detroit. P|ace in lhe ABAs Eastern Divi- now with four games remain- 
You’n never 8et 
close to the middle of the road in 
his excellent reporting 
The three teamed for 29 points sion- But the 
Pacers’ lead is ing on the 
schedule, 
of the Rams’ name and nre^um.ihlv 
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GREG ROUCHON . . , Poly’s leading scorer 
Bulls Bury Pistons; 
Stars Fall in ABA 


Leos Greet 


Biola, Azusa 


Hits Road 


La Verne College’s basketball 
of 


Has Tulsa's Bubble Burst 
In Missouri Valley Race? 


By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ¡preseason forecasts off their 11- Dayton edged Rice 58-55 on Dan 
Has the bubble burst for the'12 
record 
last 
year, 
have Sadlier’s lay-up and Jim Gotts- 
Tulsa 
Golden 
Hurricane, 
the zoomed to seventh place nation- chall s two free throws in the 


Miam.’s conquest of Mmneso- 1“ 
Í J i v “ r? rls* “ "*?* ba*kctba" 'team Î Î 'i . J ! L Ï L 


of the Rams’ game and presumably, he’ll do the same this 
summer with the Angels. 


Coach Ken 
Hayes to admit any such thmg, 


rankings with a current over-all 
maik of 18-3. 
Bobby 
Smith, 
Tulsa’s 


Bob Lanier’s 36 points paced 
St. Bonaventure to a convincing 
high 84-62 victory over 18th-ranked 


open a tight game and help the 
the third quarter to break Pr*carious* 
However, the Leos’ D a v i d even tliOUR!l the Hurricane was jt0ter^ ‘i h 
i^pHhs^seconVto doubleheader 
in 
New 
York's 
Minnesota and Miami are tied tones is still looking forward to teal00 by Louisville 83-81 in ov- toot jumper ¡n ihe last sicond to ^ 
_ 
, 
....... 
120-101 victo-,or second< just .007 percentage many individual honors at t h e ertime Thursday night, snap- 
the work and the knowledge of Chick Hearn and Jiggs Me-ry over the Pistons in Thursday P °ints off the Pace- and fourth- high-scoring guard is continuing PinS a ^ s a m e winning streak. 
- 
bl 
fieorgetown DC 
87-87 in 
Donald. Especially Hearn who probably knows more basketball n.ght’s only National Basketball p!ace 
Kentacky 
ss 
only 
V 
to put the ball through the bas- 
“ We’re still in the driver's ham 8 * * shot ^ 
Tulsa ahead, , 
.................. 


Wh.ch brings us to the Lakers_and Kings. No one disputes Chicago’Buil7to''a n ilO l' Tcto f(lr w ond.Just .007 percentage many individual honors at t"h e <'rtime Thursday night, snap- *l^ i .ll!e. 
made'!" n S T i 'i t w " b y dnb- 


than a lot of guys playing the game. 
AssocUUon game.” 
8ames fc‘lck- 
ket' at a record pace. 
seat,” Haves said alter two free but 
baskel tled l! 
But they’re working for Jack Kent Cooke, the owner of the 
Over in the American Basket- .The F ioridians’ Freeman, who 
Jones and his La Verne team- throws by Jerry King with sev 
Dennis Deeken and Ron Car 


the other game. 
Ron 
Mcndell 
hit a 
30-foot 


Kings and Lakers. Oh yes, and the Forum. The fabulous For- ball 
Association, 
Miami 
cut slammed in seven baskets dur- mates will host Biola College to- en seconds left in the extra peri- son traded baskets to nu......... Wichita State an unset 7573 
down Minnesota 131-126 behind in8 
OTe 
two-minute 
stretch, night. In the other game in- od gave Louisville its victory:81*81 before the free throws by 
urn, thank you. 
ake it |umP s*Mt at th€ buZ2er to give 
pset 75-73 
Cincinnati. 
— ..................... rv -- — the other game m- w gave muisviuc 
--- — --- --- 
a 
- road victory over 
Since we ve been a Southern Californian all our life, the Don 
Freeman's 44 points 
to scored an ABA record 23 points volving i local NAIA team, Azu- before a hometown turnout of King settled the issue. Kings -b Portman’s 31 
nomt«: hpinpd 
fact Hearn and McDonald favor the house team doesn’t disturb make 
the 
Eastern 
Division 10 the ,asl quar^ r to turn off Pi- sa Pacific takes its sparkling 21- 
15,047. 
¡points 
topped 
the 
Louisville (. ( 
h n surprise Seattle 9fTs8 
us at a*i* 
chase even 
more 
scrambled, P^r boI)es !or a comeback in the 5 record to Cal Baptist in River- 
It was the first defeat for Till- scoring. 
^ Omaha 
What is bothersome — and we don’t care if Cooke is paying Oakland turned back Kentucky 3f me P!jyed at St- Louis. Steve side. 
sa in the tough Missouri Valley 
John Dromo. coach of the 
cornP|j erase(j a j^point def!. 
the bill — is the constant push on the Forum. It’s never simply 122-109 
and 
New 
Orleans Vacendak led the Pipers with 
La Verne is looking forward to Conference. It left the Hurri-20th-ranked 
Louisville 
team> C]t 
heat Dartmouth 68-67 v' 
the Forum. It’s always the “ fabulous Forum.” Or “ the world’s stopped Los Angeles 116-100. 
33 
tonight's tilt with Biola since cane still on top at 10-1 to 9-2 for said, “ I know that lead of ours Jrhaca a^d Columbia whipped 
most beautiful sports theatre.” 
Chicago’s 
victory—only the 
If was the first Pro Same in the Eagles surprised the Leos. runner-up Louisville. 
disappeared faster than lipstick Harvard 81-75 in New York 
It’s a little too much, 10-12 times a night. Sure it's a greai second in eight games for the St' Louis s:nce th‘‘ NBA Hawks 95-92, early in the season. Biola Down at one time by 15 
points at a 
love-sn. But why worry 
njpped Brad lev 
73-72 
place to watch a hockey or a basketball game. But fabulous? Bulls — snapped a three-game moved to Atlanta last year. 
has been slipping lately, losing at 55-40, Tulsa rallied to 
go about that? 
We won, 
didn’t Rbode 
i s l a n d took 
New 
★ 
★ 
★ 
losing streak. 
Oakland, the runaway leader six of their last eight games, 
ahead at 79-77 in the OT. It ap- we?” 
Hampshire 92-65 and Wyoming 
in 
SPINNING THI DIAL 
Chicago fired away at a 60 per 
The Kings skate before the cameras Saturday night at 6 cent clip in the first half, but spaPPe 
o clock from St. Louis. KTLA (5) will cover . . . 
managed 
Basketball this weekend features Cal-Oregon State (Saturday termission 
at 2:30 on Channel 5), Loyola-Pepperdine (Saturday at 3 on ton ______ _____„ ........ 
Channel 13) and Aviation High-Beverly Hills (Saturday at noon scoring 13 points in the third pe- po'I?t* ^ 
ifor ,he campaign is erasing the 
on Channel 4) . . . 
riod, including nine in the first 
e Oaks opened up a 14-point marks set by Dick McAnulty in 
KABC (7) follows the Phoenix Open Sunday afternoon at 4' . minutes to help build a 71-57 
in ,he second half before 1962 
In the Leos’ first battle 
2 p.m. . . . the Celtics tattle the 76er<. Sunday morning lead. 
olonels twice moved to with Westmont, Jones broke the 
at 11 on KABC (7) . 
. . 
Haskins Tops 
n w i " W° p0*nfs oniy t0 have school's single game record with 
Wide World of S p o r t s Saturday at 5 p.m. on KABC (7) 
Booz* r 
and 
Ha>kins 
then 
f’la" (! p!,‘,! auay in the fma! 44 P °in's- 
features figure skating and s t o c k car racing . . . the NHL started hitting and spirited the 
.. 
4 u 
Besides havin« the highest 
game of the week Sunday morning at 11:30 on KNXT (2). 
Bulls to a 90-66 command. Has- hr ' j ™ 
^ ‘Vf.n 
, by a ?forinS average in P o m o n a 
brief skirmish in the third 
peri Valley collegiate history, Jone 


.l . 
ij. . 
n . . . 
* 
f 
* 
*iciiiiLJoi11f c. Ji'Uij dllvJ w Yuniini; 
me 
western 
Division, 
Jones, a former great scorer peared 
the 
Hurricane 
would 
Ninth-ranked 
St. 
Johns 
of wb,ppei) Denver 99-84 in a trio 
two-game 
losing at Cal Poly, Is setting three La continue 
their 
remarkable New York overwhelmed Nia- 


The 
Hurricane, 
ignored 
in men. On the road, 17tb-ranked 


RADIO-TV 


T O N IG H T 'S R A D IO 
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T O N IG H T'S T E L E V IS IO N 
No «vents tch«aul»ct. 


Pistol Pete Erases 
Robertson's Record 


Ducks Battle Cal, Eye 
3rd Straight Loop Win 


«d involving a shoving match is moving up fast among the Ry THE ASSOCIATED PRESS seconds left and a late basket 
between Moe and Oliver Darden NAIA national scoring leader i The “ second division” of the by 1)011 Gnffin was meaningless 
of Kentucky. Darden injured his In the latest report, he was Pacific 8 will be in action to- in a 6342 {riamPh- 


drubbed 
Rich­ 
mond 98-78, Houston downed St. 
Mary’s, 
Tex. 
91-70, 
Brigham 
Young routed 
Arizona 
State 
102-8.9, Utah 
crushed 
Arizona 
105-75, Portland 
State 
edged 
Montana 84-83 and Massachu­ 
setts beat Iona 71-64. 


East 


right hand after throwing a 20th. 
punch to Moe's jaw and had to 
night while the first division 
Boiton 
D»l-fn8entr««t 
»4. * York 
Jones has also been amazingly takes a short pause from the 
leave the game. Neither player consistent. He hasn’t scored be- colleee basketball w; 
was banished by the officials. 
ars. 


Stanford Coach 
Howie 
iniar has said all 
team is better than its record, cfcrc««b 
all. 


season his 


Pro Hockey 


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?9 2 2 5 63 1 54 1 40 
27 21 I «5 175 150 


KTT-ur 
. 
- 
low 26 points in the past nine 
Oregon 
riding the crest of wbicb ^ now 
over ’ 
s» Louit 
NEW YORK (AP) - Pistol Rick Mount moved up to third 
Louie Dampier was high for contests and has been under 20 a umgame winning streak in- Amon^ those 13 defeats are two 
Pete Maravich’s oO-point out at 32 3. with Detroit’s Spencer the Colonels with 19 points. 
only three times. 
vades Harmon Gymnasium at ()ne'P °,nt losses- one two-point 


w«st 


burst 
against 
Florida 
last Haywood slipping to fourth at 
S A T U R D A Y S RAD IO 
R A C E 
R E S U L T S 
4 M 
P rr 
K K A R 
icemhöcVev 
KNX tl o w .' Wednesday night enabled the 31.2 
BAS^M fttL^ I p.m. KMPC (710) PrCCOClOUS 
Louisiana 
State 


Berkeley to battle Cal.torma s ' * s ¡‘nd , om’ three-potait loss 
* 
Stanford s opponents have out- ¡Aony«*' 3 Detroit i 
louis . 2 rtiiiiihiiRhii i 


•u> -A-- 
m***KFi ,640- ^h.irpshooter to break a m tio'- 
college basketball record held 
(4) by Cincinnati’s Oscar Robert- 
(S, son, it was revealed today. 


basketball - I 
USC vs 
Washington 


_ . 
S A T U R D A Y S T E L E V IS IO N 
BASK FTBAt L - 12 noon, KNBC 
Av-*»ian H.t|h v*. Sever r H,it«. 
B ASKF TBA t L ~ 1 30 p.m. KTLA 
, C * I ^ Ortflon S t * t* . 
, 
goif -3 pm knxt tt), CBS op« 
And, there s a pretty good 
basketball- 3^pm kcop (ui. io- chance the mop-haired junior 
kabc (7), Et» will shatter another of the Big 
io » m 
knbc O’s marks before the week is 
^ ^ 
___ _ 
$ p m. over. 
KABC (71, tittur« %k*iu>u. *I«kk c*r 
Gotr0 
5 pm 
knbc (4). Arnold 
Maravich, wno aKo scored 66 
boXung 
AWV 
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points against Tulane Monday, 
ICE 
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SUNDAY S RADIO 


B A S K E T B A L L 
12 noon. KNX (1070) 
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BASKETBALL 
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KABC (7). 
Ce’tlb vs 
76# n . 
ICE H O C KEY 
11:30 * m. K N XT (2) 
B’vtns vs. Black *•»»< 
GO LF - } u.m KABC ( 7), PBo«nte Op«r 
t,n*l round 
HUNTING 
f is h in g 
— 
4 p m. 
KABC 
(7), "Am artcdP Suartsmpn 
Pro Basketball 
NATIONAL LEAGUE 
East 
Brt-t.mor* 
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RtUlaOelpAi* 
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night, now has a career total 
1,970 points, according to fig­ 
ures released today by the Na 


knx (1870) {!()n j| collegiate Sports Service 


Robertson set the old sopho­ 
more-junior mark of 1.962 in 
1958 and 1959. 


If Maravich scores 30 or more 


points against Auburn Saturday, 
he will reach the 2,000 mark 
sooner than any major collegian 
in history. The Auburn game 
will be the 46lh of his career 
Robertson didn’t reach 2,000 un- 


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Maravich takes a 43.8 tcoring 


average into the Auburn match,! 
although the NCAA stax are for 
(game only through last Satur­ 
day, and they list Maravich at 
42 1, 
I 
Niagara’s Calvin Murphy re 


mained second at 33.4, Purdue's 


College 
Basketball 


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De« V«r 84 
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S'“ ™ rumlt- 
Unselfish Player 
i 
b 
’ *-»ns used .»i poinis bs- 
"it dm-sn't matter who we fiolden 
Bears 
while 
Oregon 
....;— 
“ "<•<........ 
... 
. 
Moreland in the second pfcy," Coach Bob Pucci s a i d Stales Beavers, who own a vie- scljrcd ,l,e lndlans h> ""'V 12 
' 
quarter to build a »-point half- •David seems to Ret his points torv over Stanford, take on the P ® ?* P«» Sames ,h's » Json 


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t^rne, then toasted the rest of He always does his job and he Indians at Palo Alto, 
he way past Los Angeles at IS an unselfish player.” 
Monroe, La. 
Moreland 
finished 
with 
36 
points and also pulled down 12 per cent from the foul line 
rebountK Larry Miller scored 


s !ur tbe Star*. 
linkup will have forward B il 
Rues 116, Stars 100 
¡L*» Anq*lts (198) 


California, with a 3-4 Pac-8 


UCLA’s Bruins.who lead the mark- was Picked as nne ol 


Jones is shooting at a 51 per {conference, take on second - 


cent clip from the floor and 78 place 
Washington 


the better teams in the pre­ 
season 
conference 
polls. 
The 


will try to rebound on 


conference polls. The 


try to rebound on 


Quinn and Leon Jackson, center 


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State 
and 


Southern Cal, fourth, is hosted 
ars 


The rest of tonight’s $tarting|by third - place Washington in £eason 
Saturday night games. 
Bears will 
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P r o g r a t t - B g lle t ln , P o m o n a , C o llf. 
f f id a y E v e n in g , F e b r u a r y 14, 1 9 6 9 
Page 5, Sec. 3 


By PAUL H ILL 
P-B Staff Writer 
You 
might say 
Claremont 
High is being just a little bit 
selfish. 
Under the circumstances, you 
can’t blame the Wolfpack. 


must face Bonita (Bonita won 
the first meeting 75-52 at Ga­ 
nesha) and Claremont. 
Bonita still has a chance to 
finish second, but its a very slim 
one at that. 
The 
Bearcats 


mark for most points scored 
m one season (423) . . . That 
mark, however, is in jeopardy. 
Withrow has scored 405 points 
this season, while Ducey has 
356. 


E.C. Scoring Title Undecided; Home,s Nob 
MSAC Tests Dons, Hornets 


Th« SA L scoring leaderis 
still have Ganesha and Garey 
Claremont, 24-0, has clinched ¡to contend with, and they are puv« ^ s'chwi* 
at least a tie for the San An- two games back of the Giants I^bo^'SSSair^anesh« 


but that isn’t enough. 
The undefeated Wolves would 
rather have it all to themselves. 
No sharers. 
The magic number for the 
Woltpack is One. Not bad con­ 
sidering they have three games 
in which to achieve that win. 
“ No, there won’t be a let­ 
down just because we clinched a 


start at 8 o’clock. 
There’s quite a race for sec­ 
ond place in the E.C. — if that’s 


O Pt*. A v*. 


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tonio League basketball title, and Chino going into tonight's jimtaiBle^e^WB^Tre<^nont 
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game, 
rl!*® Lam bert, Pom ona 
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SAL NOTES — Don Newton ofH^JJ 
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SAL scoring race. Newton has a 
]{ 1!»’ 
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over his nearest 8^7,D?me.^’^&trcl2^, 
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rival, Wilbur Gatson of G an eh sajS »gjfc & 
}\ $ 
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and Claremont’siGrefl «nwto«ii. Montclair 
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j it looks pretty good, to say the ;^a°^ nAw«t 
g 


the road at Santa Ana while; The Dons, who were making a . WALNUT 
The 
Chaffey hosts Riverside. 
run at Fullerton 
for a time 
eT!ce 
! 
Tournamet 
All the conference encounters haven't quite been the 
same t,as i,s '!" * b* d3>' t0f ° y 
w.thout their 
big center. M ik e * ? " " S" “ *? m ! 
7 
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’ 
afternoon at Mt. San Antonio 


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Play aciually started Thurs- 
leading scorer with a 16.5 aver- . 
i- »» . _ u 
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¡day when Fullerton beat Cy- 
— 
age He was held to just one 
e 
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, 
first.round game 


ia s t e r n Conference 
b7 «he Mc™ ties ■" «heir , t Cypress The Hornets moved 
s ..„„ "« * round encounter. 
. into the championship r o u n d . 
Pat Ford 
who poured In 27 , 
j 
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M s mow. 
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By GORDON V ER R ELL 
Assistant Sports Editor 


The E a s t e r n Conference 
basketball race has been such 
a runaway that even though 
they’re a half dozen games re- 
------ 
maining, the only thing still in any consolation, lhe Mounties 
doubt is the scoring champion. are amon§ {he contenders for 


Fullerton Jr. College hasn’t 
quite wrapped up the title math-j 
------------ 
ematically but with a five-game 
wn,Lr*pVt s^ 0j[] iirKt r0unG encounter, 
lead and only six games left, 
^ ® 1.000’ 22 
3 


Gatson and Claremont’s 
Rolland 
Withrow 
have 
been 
staging a tight battle for sec­ 
ond place. Gatson now has a 


GARY FULKERSON 
. . Ganesha High coach 


tie for the championship,’’ coach one-point advantage of the Wolf- 
Jack Smith said. 
pack center. 


“ Want To Win” 


“ We want to win this thing al­ 
together. We’ve been working 
towards this for two years.” 
Claremont had a miserable 4- 
18 record two seasons ago. Sev­ 
eral of the present team mem­ 
bers played varsity ball that 
year as sophomores. 
. 
J 
Bonita 


Chino’s 
Jack 
Surina 
and 
Pomona’s Mike Lambert made 
the biggest jumps in the scor- 


Edmonds Giving 
Damien New Life 


Mt, San Antonio 
R iv e rs ic i« 
1 least. 
I rvivc* aiue 
.......... , . 
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The scoring race Is a n o t h e r Cotsf *:;* ;;; \ i 
matter. As of the moment it’s 'cim^10,1(30 
2 1 ! 
a three-pronged affair between 


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, 
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u io Y iiiK u i c w u iiic i u i u u a u n / u r 
points 
,n 
Tuesdays 
tnumph ( 
chaffey - San Be rnardino 
O V P r P f t n i c 
Ip a r lc th n \T A im t lA c 
0 
/ 
. 
in I! ]?'over Citrus, leads the Mounties. 
:»o i? 12 He’^ ^ joined by Joe Stremel 
"'»fit, 
a I i ' n i - I . 
m * __ 
contest in the second-round tilt. 
MSAC met Orange Coast ear- 


loss to Rowland last Tuesday. 
South Hills will try to come- 


The Wolfpack (11-0) can warp 
up the title tonight when it hosts 


, Damien High hasn’t had much 
ing 
race 
last 
week. 
Surina 0f a basketball season — until 
moved up from 12th to 
eighth lately. 
after his 30-point performance j ^nd, if there’s any one princi- 
against Ganesha, and Lambert, pa| reason for that, it’s because 
a junior, jumped from 
eighth of Joe 
Edmonds. 
UD thp Nn * cnn, a . 
.*■ „ 
to filth after scoring 24 against 
The Spartans. presently mired ¿ 
[h ,n L 
c ^ A 
^ l f s 
in fifth place in the Santa Fe 
^ 
Craig Ducey Is Claremont's League standings, have scored 
3 
!-time 
scoring 
leader 
:__.»_______ *__ S«*I 


i 
10 n ^ick Kc'iey. Warlt Ramsey and ¡jer tocjay while Citrus opened 
pm«rdino 
2 i5 !i43 s 21 
Sherman. 
¡against Riverside. 


San Bernardino's Howard Lee.; «;„»*!,Y 
& 
i 
perform™^ o t 't h ^ S l S * J 
1? Champi0n?hip1 ** !"? % 
Chaifey's Bob Beam and Cl- 
fcSS1« 
Sav - 
the aeason Tues- ^ 
tournament is slated lor 2 


trus’ Keith Shumaker. 
! High° bh^ 
p\ \ c8vTm. at Kennedy 
Lee has a 24.3 average (340 , 
wf*s*n°A^JnkL s p.m. 
Chaffey af Rio Hondo, 8 pm. 
t e 
’W iiiS 'a J n M i« . , 
a*ainst Riverside in order 
Santa Ana at Oranoe Coast, 3 p.m. 
tO cling tO the No. 2 
the loop. 


points) to hold the lead enter 
ing the weekend activity. Beam 
has 319 points and a 22.8 aver­ 
age and Shumaker, the season- 
long leader, is now third 314 


mg!ht against 
Fullerton, p m> Saturday at the Mounties’ 
But the 
Panthers are hopeful main diamond, 
of bounding back at home to- 


the runner-up spot which Chaf­ 
fey currently occupies. 


spot in Northwest Loop 
Slates Sign-ups 
The Pomona Northwest Little 
E.C. Scorin« L « a d « r * i 
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mu o t0 pomts and a 22 4 noim 
“ Sure we’d ^ 
to finish sec-1Bnam,*chatfeyari,mo ;;;;;;; ]J 
g;j League wilfcmiducVits’registra 
league-leading Covma. The Hus- 
Fu„erton just about locked up ond.” said the Mounties’ coach 
' « & Z i 


if s have Just about wrapped the crown Tuesday by tumbling Gene Victor. “ I want to get as 
& ®r,^ d0 
Chaffey. The Hornets continue high as we can.” 
Fordf MtSasIn Antonio 
their quest for a perfect season; Santa Ana clipped MSAC the ^ v c i H - v' R?o*SS^)Mlt 
against two more Pomona Val- first round, 68-57, in one of the ! | S ; h h5 t , Ana 
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sconnS 
leader 
(957 jtwo impressive wins in their last 
, 
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running for a 2-A ley entries this weekend. To- Mounties’ poorer performances 
one of two teams left with a p0,nts)- He a,so holds the scho° l two games. Damien has rolled E 
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chance to at least get a share 
of the title. 
In other SAL games tonight, 
Ganesha (8-3), hosts city rival 
Pomona (4-7); Upland (1-10) vis­ 
its Garey 
(5-6); 
and 
Mont­ 
clair (1-10) entertains Bonita 
(6-5). 
All four games are scheduled 
to begin at 8 p.m. 
Asked if he thought Chino 
might try to slow down the 
p ice of the game, Smith re-icinremont 
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other games in the area to- 
2W,: *U... . . ;.u. 
T u . J f e - . 
4 -- 
103]5 night, Chaffey seeks its 11th 
318 straight Citrus Belt League win 
at Ramona in Riverside. 


Valley 
Prep Cage 
Standings 


San Antonio League 


over Pater Noster, 73-47, and St. 
John Bosco, 66-44. 
In those two games, Edmonds, 
a 6-3 senior, has scored 38 and 
33 points, respectively. In the 
last three games, he has scored 
95 points for a 31.7 average. 
The 38 points is a school rec­ 
ord. 
Edmonds and his teammates 
go after their third straight SFL 


center once s««son win 
tonight 
against 
visiting 
w w - » u 0 Cantwell at Mt. San Antonio Col- 
s 3 ¡72/ 14 7'Icrc. Game time is 8 p.m. 


an 8-4 mark, a half 
game behind Royal Oak. Alta 
Loma sports a 6-5 mark. Both 
teams have three games left. 


hosts Citrus. Saturday night the bad games in the first round,” 
Hornets battle Mt. San Antonio V i c t o r recalled. “ One 
was * jjf 
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College at Walnut. 
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Tonight the Mounties are on other against Santa Ana.” 
l f c v'^ iuC Anton,„ ] } \?7 SH at Marshall Junior High. 


it’s possible they might. ThislMontc'iair 
v 
Upland 
has been Chino’s style over the 
years, but they haven’t done 
it this year. 
“ I think they do better when 
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G arey 
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8 
p m 
Bonita af M ontclair, 8 
e m. 


Montview League 


Walnut hosts Ontario and Al­ 
ta Loma entertains Sierra Vista 
in Hacienda League play. 


Nogales at Home 
In the Montview League, No- 


w L Pet. I 
8 
2 
J00Î 
I 
? 
.800 
7 
3 
. 700 j 


3 
7 
¡300 gales 
entertains 
Northview, 
T 
I 
Tontftit'i Games 


Northview at Nogales, 8 p.m 
Baldwin Park at Rowland, S p m. 
Azusa at Charter Oak, 8 p.m. 


Citrus Belt League 


Wolfpack 
in 
clash, and didn’t fare so well 
(80-53) 
“ That wasn’t one of Chino’s 
best 
shooting performances,” 
Smith warned. 
“ Chino’s ‘up’ for every game san Gorgomo 
, 
. . 
_ 
. . . . 
Ram ona 
7 
it plavs, 
Smith said, “ remem- s»n Bernardino 
5 
, 
, 
. 
... 
. 
„ 
. 
Fontana 
3 8 
ber, they re still battling for a 
* 
•« * 
.* 
«1 
1 bzisennower 
i 
1 0 
playoff berth,” 
_ 
To«»tht'» ca m e * 
Ganesha will try to repeat its 
earlier 91-69 rout of Pomona. 
The Giants, like Chino, still have 
the chance for a playoff spot. 
However, if any one thing is in covm a 
either Ganesha or Chino’s favor, c^ndora'11* 
it has to be the Cowboys’ re- ed«Uc<£d'na 
maining schedule. 
L o * PATto»e 
Chino plays Upland and Mont­ 
clair next week, while Ganehsa 


;?oo Rowland hosts Baldwin Park, 
and Charter Oak battles Azusa. 
South Hills collides with Los 
Altos and 
Western 
Christian 
squares off 
against 
Ontario 
Christian to round out the sche- 
Confer«nce Season 
.. 
w 
L 
Pet. W 
L . , 
chaffev ................ ip T .iS 23 
2 dule. 


Pacific 
9 
2 
.8,8 17 
! 
" 
* 
«30 il 9| 
Chaffey needs a victory over 
, .6Ä ii 8;_ 
J * - 
6 .455 9 I? Ramona to keep its slim one- 
i8‘game lead over runnerup Pacif 


.273 
•IB 
.091 


S 
haffev at Ramona. 8 P.m. 
ispnhower at Pacific, 8 p m. 
Redlands at San Bernardino. 8 pm . 
San Gorponio at Fontana, 8 p.m. 


Sierra League 


Tonifht * Game* 
Lo* Altos at South H ill* , 8 P.m. 
La Puente at Glendora, 8 p m 
Fdaewood at West Covina, 8 pm. 


ic. The Tigers barely slipped by 
Ramona in the first round, and 
it could be just as tough tonight. 
Chaffey is 19-1 in the league 
and Ramona is 7-4. 
Rowland and Nogales, co-lead- 
Montview League, 
favorites 
against 
and Northview. 
¡The Nobles will be trying to 
bounce back after their 77-69 


Pet. 
.909 
.800 _ 
. 
. 


.500 ers in the 
'.5oo are 
heavy 
¡ooo Baldwin Park 


rUNTIAI 


What better time than Valentine’* 
Day to «elect your brand new Pon­ 
tiac . . . the car that's capturing the 
hearts of guys and gals all over the 
U.S.A.! The beautiful new Grand Prix for 1969 is just one of many excit­ 
ing new Pontiocs you’H find on display right now at Tate Motori. 


Will 
Pontiac 
Steal Your Heart Away! 


Open Sunday 
lor your convenu 


Page 6 , Sec. 3 
»«mona, Calif. 
M d o vjyantwg, February 14, 1969 


National Indoor Tennis 
9H8hÌ1ìlÌ>JsmM 
Phoenix Open 
Graebner, Smith 
Face Tough Tests 


SALISBURY, 
Md. 
(AP) 
— I 
The Am ericans who battle for 
two sem ifinal spots in the U.S. 
National Indoor Tennis Cham ­ 
pionships tonight will be hard 
put 
topping 
the 
intriguing 
match-up of foreigners already 
in the round of four. 
In the all-foreign quarter-fi­ 
nals Thursday night, darkhorse 


Colts Land 
$16,765 
‘Consolation 


Sports News in Brief 
Bob Seagren Vies 
In Sports Arena Meet 


Pete Rose 


Turns Down 


Reds’ Offer 


Thursday's Results 
Fremont so, Emerson <5 
Petomeres » . 
Seouon 
<5 
Fontane 4J, Alder 33 
(Only meets 
scheduled). 


ester 
r*ve 


; 
... 
* 
V 
’• * J *'* 
' « 
luniuont'i] |y 
||| p(! 
af 
»ftp < miii »uni 
O iiln n n L J n J* ,u 
S 
i,r(ien'1rrf'pt chan«- Prim ary 
M unicipal 
Klection 
to he w ay; 
Inspector: 
D. Anne Edm ond 
t i ll l e a n In i the City general m unicipal dec- held m the C ity of Pom ona on the >»<>". 2351 
... 
turn 
from 
ti e 
<u.»nn«f 
... 
j ... 
. . V 
i-umpna on i r e 
> 


C h ile a n P ia n is t 


S la t e d a t C e n t e r 


LOS ANGELES 
ianist Claudio Arrau will p re- l^ , frfnm 0dd*®um^dT yiadr*f 
ont a recital in the Music Center ,he ihird Tuesday in Apm in odd 
u 
‘ 
. 
„ -in 
P 
J 
;numbered years, to he voted upon 
>aVIlion at 2;.JO p.m. Sunday, hy the elector* of (he City on April 
tiic ic thn fourth pvpnf in thp ?' 
I* available for Inspection 
his is m e 
lo u r in e v e n i in m e ;by the public in the office of the 
Colombia Celebrity Series. 
Cl,v Cferk at 505 South G arey Ave 
tUf 
,, 
, 
J 
, 
n u t. tn the Pom ona C ltv H all. 
Arrau will piay Beethoven S e a t e d : Feb ru ary 11. I 960, 
Sonata in A Flat Major, Chopin’s j 
c ity of Pom.fna (" v Clerk 
84 Preludes, “ Pour le Piano” ;Pub. leb. u through Apm s, 1969 


•- 
n i n nd U H e » ° 
a n n ! N O T ,C E 
0 F 
T R U S T E E ’S 
S A L E 
I earider 
Ballde No. 2 in B 
No. w-0ss 
Minor, and Etudes d* execution . ?.n M^fch *°j ,9£9 f n:oo o’clock 
x, 
, A 
, 
A M , 
at 
8035 
w oodm an 
Avenue, 
iranscendante No. 10 and No.l£ 'y 
of 
van 
Nuys. 
California 
jW O O D N A R D , IN C ., a C alifornia cor­ 
poration, as fr u ite r under the deed 


S P E C IA L P H I 
IN T I N»>. 
(C o n ilstm " of 
i n> and 
d S O M IN E E S E O R P U B L IC O l l IC E 


C H A R T E R A M E N D M E N T 
h' 1’ IS H E R E B Y t ilV K N th a :, 
n 
M Aft/'r- tt' M m , , , , , , 
itht. 
iOliftwing 
iiffsofis 
huvc* 
(.vtiunty P rc c .ic i» H, ift) 
♦t.» 
*i 
i . 
♦ 
* 
G tv r.N that.nom inated for the offlce* hereinar i 
Polling Place: Palo m are* R ecrea 
.he eo.ire t< xt of a proposeö City öf ter mentioned ta be 
filled 
*r th e .,,on Building, 505 East A rrow High 


In U th day of M arch, 
1968: 


II, by Liszt. 


NO I IC E 01 
S A L E O F R E A L 
\NO 
P E R S O N A L 
P R O P E R T Y 
AS A I Ni l 
NO. HA P -5.109 
S U P E R IO R CO URT O F T H E 
ST A T E 01 CAI IK O R N IA 
I OR T H E C O U N I Y 
O! I OS A N G E L E S 
In the M atter 
of the 
ANNA 
K A T H E R IN E 
O A V 
III 1 known as A N N A 
K. 
D AVID - S tea son 
of 
the 
b >N. 
Deceased. 
Notice Is hereby given that 
the 
fcnderslgned, 
as 
E xecutrix 
of 
the 
V ll of Anna 
K atherine 
Davidson, 
also known as Anna K. 
Davidson! 
deceased, 
w ill sell at private sale 


of 
tiust 
made 
hv 
W IL L IA M 
E l 
N E L S O N and C H E R Y L I 
N E L S O N 
husband 
and 
wife, 
and 
recorded 
April 5, 1968, in Book T-5736 
Page 
89« to 892. of O fficial 
Record* of 
Los Angeles County, California, giv-' 
en 
to 
secure 
an 
indebtedness 
in 
favor of A L L IA N C E ; F IN A N C E CO 
of 
C O V IN A . 


f o r T h e 
o f f i c e o r 
m a y o r 
I wo Y e a r Term 
R IC H A R D C 
B R O W N E L L 
(M a yo r of Pom ona) 
B E N JA M IN 
M 
L A W IN G 
(Ph arm aceutical S a lt* 
Representative) 
J A Y R O D R IG U E Z 
( Pomona Businessm an) 
I O R I H E O F F IC E O F 
C O U N C II M AN O L I His 
S E C O N D D IS T R IC T 
A R N O L D H U D SO N 
(Deputy Probation O fricer) 
W IL L IA M H. KO CH 
(Alum inum Awning Sales) 
R A N D O LP H 
" R A N D Y ” W IL L S 
(Incum bent > 
A D R IA N T. W R IG H T 
(School Adm inistrator) 
L O R T H E O F F IC E Ol 
C O U N C II M AN O F I H E 
T H IR D D IS T R IC T 
C L. (C L A Y ) B R Y A N T 
(Q uality 
Control 
En gineer) 
JO H N P P E R K IN S 
( Businessm an) 
Dated 
Feb ru ary 5, 
1969. 
I 
B 
T H O M A S, 
C ity 
Clerk 


1 
’ Him 
*'9 
i» >r 
- 
PhH), 
* 
* • 
< 
Fftlk 
C lc.k . 
i Di, 
Ue 
Koekkcek 
1 ti i Tec re» 
.> 
- 
5 V? i, • t 
rand 
Indian Hiii Boulevard. 
Aveflue. Sn.p e.to r: M ary B. 
Lew is, 
S P E C IA L P R E C IN C T NO. 
27 1345 
South 
Gibbs 
Street; 
Ju d g e: 
(Consisting of State and 
M artha W 
M e tsk e i, 1306 South San 
Deodar Road 
Ju dg e 
Wi!-J 
County Precin cts 49. 53) 
Antonio 
Avenue. 
C le rk : 
G rraldln e 
ma 
R . Rosenow. 2376 Deodar R o ad ;! 
Polling 
Pla ce : 
Residence, 
724 A 
Carhaugh, 
615 
A lcott Avenue. 
C lerk: 
Luelta M Dunning, 
900 E a s tjC la rk Avenue; 
Inspector: 
M a rjo rie 
c lerk 
Elean o r M 
French, 685 East 
Harrison 
Avenue, 
Apt, 23; 
C lerk: ICooper, 724 C lark A ve n u f; 
Ju d g e : 11 th Street 
M a rjo rie 
M. 
Peaco ck, 2195 
North W illiam R. Parsonage, «47 A Abbey 
S P E C IA L P R E C IN C T NO. 
37 
Towne Avenue 
Lane, C lerk; 
Eugene G 
W lllm ilth, 
(Consisting of State and 
S P E C IA L 
P R E C IN C T 
NO. 
5 
¡573 St 
Paul 
Street; 
Clerk 
Hazel 
County Precin cts 72, 74) 
(Consisting of State and 
M 
Monholl'-n, 884 Haw thorne Place. 
Polling 
Place 
Philadelphia 
County Precin cts I I , 12) 
S P E C IA L P R E C IN C T NO, 2* 
j School, M ultipurpose Bldg , 60« East 
Polling 
Place San 
Jo se 
School 
(Consisting of State and 
Ph ilad elph ia: Inspector: M arjo rie I 
Cafetorium . 2015 C adillac D rive; In 
County Precin cts 54. 55) 
Souther. 1487 South Mountain View 
spector: Thelm a K. W ilcoxson, 1925 
poll! g 
Place: 
Residence, 
l W A v c n u e ; 
Ju d g e : 
Ollama.- 
Canfield, 
G rie r 
Street; 
Inspector: E v e 
P a t- . 1717 South R eservoir Street; 
C lerk; 
rick, 
1982 
Flem ing 
Street, 
Ju d g e Reedn B 
Thrasher, 432 East 
Phila- 
Fd na 
H. Staudenm aver, 1856 G iaer delphia 
Street; 
C le ik : 
Shirley 
A. 
Street: 
C lerk: 
Ja m ie 
F. Sagstuen, ¡DonneUy1 22H8 Cvnthia 
Street 
1865 G rie r Street, 
C lerk: 
Je a n 
B 
M orris, Box 100. P a c ific State Hos­ 
pital. 
___ ____ 
S P E C IA L P R E C IN C T NO 
29 
(Consisting of Stale and 
County Precin cts 86. 57) 


S P E C IA L 
P R E C IN C T NO. 
(Consisting of State and 
Countv Precincts 75, 77) 
Polling 
Place: 
Residente, 
K a th ry n 
Avenue, 
Inspector: 
‘mae E . Coulson. 2442 Notre 


38 


2220 
E lla 
Dame 


corporation, 
now. 
Estate 
«>r 
nod and held by Alliance Finance . „v 
. 
W ID S O N , Co, 
of 
Covina, 
a 
corporation 
by I e 
8 anc 
I4, 
19fi9- 
breach 
of 
certain 
ohlig,itions secured thereby, notice 
of 
which 
was 
recorded 
November 
C, 1968, in Book M-3034, Page 941 
of said Officiai 
Records, 
w ill seli 
at 
public 
auction 
to 
the 
highest 
bidder for cash, payable in lawful 
the 
highest 
and 
best 
bidder, money of the United States at the 
the terms and conditions here-;1'01® of sale, without w arran ty 
«pan 
, 
__ 
1 
fter mentioned, 
and 
subjci t 
to .» ° title, possession or encum brances 
i nfirmation by the Superior Court 
interest 
conveyed 
to and 
now 
ef the State of California, 
in and be' d 
by 
said 
Trustee 
fm the County of Los Angeles, on ¡Heed of Trust, in and „ ___ .. 
M arch 3. 15*69, at the hour of I I -00 lowing described property, to-wlt: 
r>clock 
A.M , 
or 
thereafter 
within 
l ot 6:1 of T ract 
No. 26326, as 
lh»' 
time 
allowed 
bv 
law, 
at 
the 
P®r map recorded 
in Book 
685, 
effne of M oran & Nuss, 
Attorneys Pages 
15 to 17, inclusive 
of Maps 
for said 
Ex ecutrix. 
1192 N. W h'te 
Avenue 
Pom ona, California, all the 
i ;ht. 
title, 
interest 
and estate 
of 


office of the County 
Re 


N O T IC E 
Ol 
T R U S T E E ’S 
S A L E 
I N M A 
NO. 
04-414046 
K P 
No. LC H 68-1015 
On M arch 2«. 1969, at 9 30 A.M ., 
F A IR ! 1EI D 
S E R V IC E C O M P A N Y 
as 
duly 
appointed 
Trustee 
under 
and pursuant to Deed of Trust dated 
dS Novem ber 
IOt 1.. 
1967. 
executed 
by 
Law rence T aylo r and 
Ezella T a y ­ 
lor, husband and wife, and record- 
under 
said *d Novem ber 22, 1967, as instr. No. 
to the fo b ;2650, 
in book T5589. page 7 of O ffi­ 
c ia l 
Records in 
the 
office 
of the 
[County 
Recorder 
of 
County. California, W IL L 
(P U B L IC 
A U C T IO N 
TO 
B ID D E R 
F O R 
C A SH 
(payable 
tim e 
of 
sale in 
lawful 
m oney 


E l Sol; Ju d g e : 
La Vae Stevenson, 
280 San Felipe Street; 
Clerk 
M il­ 
dred 
Thompson, 
249 
San 
Felipe 
S treet: C lerk: 
Florence R. Foster. 
223 San R afael Street; Clerk 
Mar- 
idel C 
D avis, 253 San Luis Street. 
S P E C IA L 
P R E C IN C T 
NO. 
6 
(Consisting of State and 
County Precin cts 8, 9) 
Polling P la c e : North San Antonin 
, 
School Cafetorium , 2181 
North S a n 1 
Polling 
Place : 
Recreation 
Build-1 A ven u e; Ju dg e: M uriel E 
Vincent 
Antonin A ve ; Inspector: Byrd ie W .lin g , 
Ninth and Goldenrod, 
Inspec- 2220 K ath ryn Avenue; Clerk 
W anda 
Reddick, 
2379 
I.os 
Flores 
Street; 
tor 
Lois W , Soper, 1562 M cCnm asLT. H orsw H I, 
2008 
South K athryn 
Ju d g e: Concha G . Diaz, 2421 North 
street; Ju d g e 
G ail Rose. 1752 
G rie r Avenue; C lerk: Kathryn 
A 
Rag 
C lerk: 
Blanche 
street; 
C lerk: R o sem ary 
T. 
Win- 
Lennox 
Street 
t*r , 1744 G rie r Street; C lerk: G race 
876 e 
Lew is. 
1594 Me “serve Street 
S P E C I A! 
P R E C IN C T NO. 30 
(Consisting of State and 
County Pre cin cts 58, 60) 
Polling 
Place : 
H am ilton 
School 
____ Cafeteria, 851 South H am ilton Boule- 
tlpurpose 
Building, 
250 
West 
L a vard ; Inspector: Fra n ce s P. M o o re ,ile v, 2495 South S in Antonio Avenue; 
Verne 
Avenue; 
Inspector: 
J e a n 1043 ' W est 
Fourth Street; 
Ju d g e : C ferkt M a ry Ellen South, 545 Speer 
W hitney, 
202 
C ary 
la n e ; 
Ju dg e: Dolores J . M ichels, 668 South Cur- * 
........................... 
--- 
Bonnie W . Fuhrm an, 1932 Westwood 
h e r Street, C lerk: M a ry J . 
G ately. 
Pla ce ; 
C lerk: 
G eorgia 
M. G ro v e ,¡1256 
Wost 
Second Street; 
C lerk: 
J785 Yorha 
D rive, 
Clerk 
M ildred M a ry Lou 
K etterm an, 
892 
South 
Heffner, 
2034 
A rm our 
Street; 
Buena Vista Avenue 
S P E C IA L P R E C IN C T NO. 31 
(Consisting of State and 
County Precin cts 61, 64) 
Polling 
Place 
M adison School 
Auditorium , 351 W est Ph illip s Boule 


Mountain 
Avenue; 
M. 
Horigan, 
2468 
C le rk : 
Josephine 
M. 
W iggins, 
E ast 
La 
Verne 
Avenue 
S P E C IA L 
P R E C IN C T 
NO. 
7 
(Consisting of State and 
County Precincts 13, 14) 
Polling Place : Yorha School, Mul- 


f lerk: C lara N. Kelley, 1 *24 W e st­ 
wood 
Place. 
S P E C IA L 
P R E C IN C T 
NO. 
8 
(Consisting of State and 
County Precin cts 15, 16) 


land 
2124 Stanford Avenue 
S P E C IA 1 
P R E C IN C T NO. 
(Consisting of state and 
County Precincts 78, 78) 
Polling 
Place 
Residence. 
South San Antonin Avenue: 
Inspec­ 
tor; G ladys Whiteheac, 
2521 Cotton­ 
wood P N c e : Judge 
Norm a L 
Dll- 


39 


2495 


Court: 
Celrk 
Helen O ’Brien , 2287 
Koolish 
Street. 
D A T E D 
Feb ruary 11. 1969. 
L 
B 
TH O M A S, City Clerk 
C ltv 
of 
Pom ona 
Pub. 
Feb 
14. 
1969 


the 
corder 
I or the purpose of paving obliga- 'h' 
United 
States) 
on 
the 
steps'rich*, 
1516 Alameda 
add deceased 
at the time of 
her flo''s secured by ^iid Deed includ- t0 I*11’ 
East 
En tran ce to the C ity C ornelia 
r 
Betz, 
i 
ith 
and 
all right, title and 
in- *P" [ vi s 
charges and expenses of Hail_ In the C ity of Pasadena, Cali- Street 
and of 


O R D IN A N C E NO. 2247 
AN OR HI N A M E Ol 
T H E C O U N ­ 
C II. O F T H E C I! Y O F PO M O N A , 
C A L IF O R N IA , ( A L I IN G A G E N E R 
A L 
M U N IC IP A L 
I ¡.E C H O N 
ON 
¡ A P R IL 
8. 
1969 
FO R 
T H E 
PUR- 
1206 ¡»O SE O F 
E L Ft I IN G 
A 
M A Y O R 
m * H a ND 
C O U N C lL M i N 
FO R 
T H E 


Street; 
Clerk 
1657 
A lam eda i 


tcrest that sa |d estate has acquired ’I1'' Trustee 
bv operation of law 
or otherwise. 
ether than or in addition 
to that 
of said 
deceased 
at 
the 
time 
of 
b-t* death, in and to the real and 
personal property described as fol- 
lovgs: 
Real Pro p e rty 
Lot on the South line of Lau rel 
Avenue, com m encing W est there* 
on 103,16 feet from the East line 
of Lot 1, Block E ; thence South 
)i5 feel; thence W est 115.8» feet; 
t ence North on the East line of 
Tract 15911 
to the North line of 
said Lo t; them e E a st to the point 
of beginning, 
being part of Lots 
1 and 2, Block E of C u rrier T ract, 
t it;, 
of 
Pom ona, County of Los 
Angeles, 
State 
of 
C alifornia, 
as 
per 
m ap 
recorded 
in 
Bonk 
14, 
page 25 of M iscellaneous Record- 
Com m only known as 1342 Lau rel 
Avmue, 
Pom ona. California. 
[he personal property to be sold 
is described 
as 
follows: 
Furniture 
and 
furnishings 
con­ 
tained in four rental units of said 
eal 
property 
The personal property herein de- 
ribed 
has been, during the life­ 
line of said 
decedent, 
used upon 
iid in connection with the 
use of 
he real property above described 
ind 
said 
real 
property 
and 
said 
icrsonal property m ay be sold as 
i unit and 
under one 
bid 
in ac- 
m lance with the provisions of Sec 
>4,5 of the 
Probate Cod 


Polling Place: Randsheu, G an e sh a Iva rd ; Inspector: P e a rl W . Shepard 
Pa rk , 
North 
W hite 
at 
M c K ln ie v; 
1 134 W est Tenth Stre e t; Ju d g e 
Lou 
L.°*-,-An,gc,e.i Inspector: Aline Edlnger, 1842 Berk- ,j8e 
Gibson. 
1124 
Frem ont 
Street; 
AvenueL Ju d se 
Ru,h H 
0h,(’r ' Clerk- 
E le an o r 
P 
P e rclval, 
H IG H E S T 158# Ganesha 
Pla ce , 
C lerk: 
Flor- W est 
G rand 
A venue; 
C lerk: 
S! B 
i l . Cr i . Ti flma ' 
1870 
F a lrv ie w dr.-d M 
Stevens. 651 W est Ph illip s s e c o n d 
AND 
I II IR D 
C O U N C IL 
of T lace, 
Clerk 
M arcella 
R. 
Fried- Boulevard 
M A N IC 
D IS T R IC T S , 
P R O V ID IN G 
S P E C IA L P R E C IN C T NO 
32 
S U ( H 
Ol I R i RS 
A R E 
NOT 
(Consisting of State and 
E L E C T E D IN 
T H E P R I M A R Y 
County Precin cts 59. 62) 
E L E C T IO N 
A N D To S U B M IT TO 
Polling 
Place : 
Residence, 
386 T H E E L E C T O R S A P R O P O S IT IO N 
South 
Gordon 
Street, 
Inspector: :1 {) A M E N D T H E C IT Y 
1 H A R T F .R 
M artha J 
Ranker. 386 South Gordon ro C H A N G E I H E D A T E OF 
FU- 
Street; Ju d g e 
Bertha M . Spencer, J U R E 
G l N E R A L 
M U N IC IP A L 
559 W est Eighth S trm t; C lerk: Nin- E L E C T IO N S ; 
P R O V ID IN G 
F O R 
fa M 
Ojeda, 182 W est llt h Street; p R E C IN C T S 
A N D 
PO T .LIN G 
C lerk: 
H H aria 
V arg as, 
1180 South P L A C E S ; 
A P P O IN T IN G 
E L E C - 
Gordon Street 
I ION 
Ol I H h its 
F O R 
E A C H 
S P E C IA L P R E C IN C T NO 
.33 
PO ] E IN G PLA t I 
A N D F I X I N G 
(Consisting of State and 
T H E IR 
C O M P E N S A T IO N ; 
A N D 
County Precin cts 63, 65, 73) 
G IV IN G N O T IC E T H E R E O F . 
Polling 
Place- 
Frem o n t 
Ju n io r . 
B l 
u O R D A IN E D by the Council 
High School. Front 
Hall 
.25 W est , ° f th(. r ,,v ,lf pom ot#. California, 


First street. Los Angeles, rem aining principal sum of the not< Cafetorium . 
610 'MedTtTa ” A ve n u e : i !-J ’ R k ’Viunu ^ ’)%'> 'south 'p a rk °Ave- 
1 
n . t n, „ o » n i in 
C ailform a, 
The 
T1 C rp o ra t.o n 
«of • - 
.. ed 
b j v r d 
Deed 
of 
Trust, inspector 
V ivian 
W 
Beaucham p 
T M h e r L 
C o o ^ r , 3151 »1^ . uio > and 1^ 
o f the C h . m ^ S 
ta llfo rn la ) 
a corporatlq.i 
fo, m eriy tn-wit 
$12 672 54, with interest from 210 Randy Street. Ju d g e: 
S ara E - i S ls CowrtT Clerk 
R e b a v e a ^ ,; P*- \X h ? City ^ P ^ o n a . C a U t e r n i a . a 
general m unicipal election 


ale 
Dated 
Fe b ru a ry 7, 1969, 
W O O D N A R D 
INC 
Trustee 
Bv 
G O R D O N W A L E N 
President 
(37959) 
Pub, Feb 
14, 21, 28, 1909, 


N O T IC E 
O F 
T R U S T E E ’S 
S A L E 
NO. OK-145296 
On Tuesday, 
M arch 
II, 
1969 
11 00 A M . at the entrance of 
1 os Angeles County Courthouse, 
501 West 


fornla 
all right 
title and iaterastj 
S P E C IA L P R E C IN C T 
NO. 
t 
conveyed 
to 
and 
now 
held 
bv 
it 
(Consisting or Stale and 
indei 
said 
Deed 
of Trust 
in 
the 
Countv Precinct 17) 
property 
situated 
in 
the 
n t v 
of Polling Place 
Residence, 1605 En- 
¡Pom ona, in said County and State 
tre C ollnas; Inspector 
Elizabeth K. 
described as: 
Southwoi th, 
1605 
En tre 
Colinas: 
l ot 
88 or Tract 
19950 as 
per 
Ju d g e : Je w e l Van Eaton, 1184 Doug- 
m ap recorded in Book 520, Pages ja s s 
D rive; 
C lerk 
Je a n T hatcher 
11 to l i 
of 
Maps, 
in the office 
764 A itura f ourt: Clerk 
Lillian Ru- 
of the Countv 
Recorder. 
der 
1257 Lom a 
Visi t 
Street 
Said 
»le will be made 
but with 
S P E C IA L P R FT IN C i 
NO 
10 
it nut covenant or w arran ty, express 
(Consisting of state and 
the i or implied, regarding title, posxes-j 
County Precincts 18, 20) 
at -ion, or encum brances, to pay the) 
Polling Place 
Kellogg S c h o o l 


$12 672 54, ........... 
r 


J Z 
r e V 
If «iSd ■n- ^ - ■m Si!': * " ? V-‘ "«y 
irtF .T 1702 
A r .lla 
D r t j. ; 
C g r k : 
.Mil k. 


S P E C IA L P R E C IN C T NO. 34 
elect 
i Ma>or and ( ouncilm en for 


T IT L E 
IN S U R A N C E 
A N D 
T R U S T Ju ne 
C O M P A N Y , 
a corporation, as prcs- vided, 
ent 
trustee, 
under 
the 
hereinafter terms 
mentioned deed 
of trust, 
will 
H I charge* and expenses of.the Trustee Santez 
D rive 
at 
public 
auction, 
to 
th" 
highest 
'»><1 of the trusts created hv said 
S P E C IA L 
P R F - O N T T NO. 
I I 
1 
(Consisting of State and 
bidder 
for 
cash, 
in 
lawful 
rrtonev Deed of Trust 
(Consisting of Slate and 
County Precin cts «6 67) 
of 
tin- 
United 
Stat< 
pavahle 
in 
I he beneficiary tinder 'a id Deed 
County Precin cts 1». 21. 22) 
Po llln a 
Place 
R e s id e n t 
722 
full at the time of sale, the interest nf Trust, 
hv reason 
of 
a 
breach 
Polling 
Place : 
Ganesha 
High 
Street- Inspector 
Flo ra 
or default 
in the obligations secured |School, Room 32. 1151 
Ganosha B o u l * n a v i s 
825 
East 
Fourth Street: 
acquired 
and 
now 
held 
by 
it 
such trustee 
in and to the foil 
mg described real property 
cd in the C ity of Pom ona. County 
of Los Angeles, State of C alifornia, for 
to-wit: 
LO T 65 of 1 R A C T 
No. 
21088, 
In 
the 
C ity 
of 
Pomona, 
in 
the 
County of Los Angeles, State of 
California, as per .Map recorded 
in Book (>04, Pages 2 to 5 inclu­ 
sive of M aps 
in the office of fhe 
County Recorder of said County 
be made without 


thereby, heretofore executed and de- evard ; inspector: M a ry C 


Said 
sale w ill 
ud property m ay be sold separate- covenant or w arran ty, 
express or 
implied, 
regarding title 
possession 
Bids 
or 
offers 
are 
invited 
for or encum brances, to satisfy the ob- 
.iid real and personal property as «Rations secured by. and pursuant 
S ecre tary 
I 
unit 
or 
separately, 
and 
must to the power of sale conferred In, Law Offices w 
■ in w riting and w ill be received and 
0,1 
account 
of 
default 
under 
-II.I IA M G 
H A G E N 
the 
office 
of 
M oran 
& 
Nuss, a certain Deed of Trust dated No Attorney 
for 
Trustee 
tiorneys 
for 
Executrix, 
1192 
N. vem ber 24, 
1061. 
between Jo h n P 
1411 W 
Olvm pic 
Blvd 
fhitc Avenue. Pom ona, California, G aitey and B a rb a ra L. G alley, hus- Eos 
Angeles, 
O 
m av 
be 
filed 
with 
rhe 
C lerk hand 
and 
wife, 
as 
trustors. 
Title (37860) 
W k 
iid Superior Court, 300 W 
Mis- Insurance 
and 
Trust 
Com pany, 
a ,p Ub. 
Feb. 
14. 
21, 28. 
B lvd . 
Pom ona. C alifornia 
at C alifornia 
corporation 
as 
trustee, 
, 
time after first publication of and W estrid§a B u ild e t' 
notice and before m aking said corporation 
■ 
h- 


— ^ — --- 
Hansen. 
situat 
llvered to the undersigned a written 2498 
Kellogg 
r.ork 
D rive 
Ju dg e 
D p laration of Default and Demand M a rv Ja n e Brigham , 2255 Academ v 
Sale, 
and 
written notice of Avenue: 
Clerk 
Carol 
E 
Vander 
hreach and of 
election to cause the 
Kam , 2492 
Kellogg 
Pa rk 
D rive 
undersigned to set! said property to 'C le rk 
Curtie L 
Bryan t, 1J24 Crom 
satisfy said obligations, and there 
well 
Street 
iftc 
on Novem ber (. l'>88, 'he un 
S P E C IA L P R E C IN C T NO. 
12 
dersioned caused said 
n o t i c e of 
(Consisting of State and 
breach 
and of election to be 
re- 
~ 
corded 
in 
book M303;i. page 
696, 
■of said 
O fficial Records 
Date: 
Fe b ru a ry 5. 
1969 
F A I R F IE L D 
S E R V IC E 
C O M P A N Y , as 
said Trustee 
B y : M arg aret M. Stew art 


Isham , 387 East 


Suite 
90015 


1969 


■ T e r m s 
of 
Sale 
Cash, 
or 
part 
Cash 
and 
part 
credit, 
the 
terms 
©f such credit to be acceptable to 
th- 
Ex ecu trix 
and 
above 
cntitlf d 
<H0urt 
Ten per cent of amount bid rit 
ta >e deposited with bid. 
1 
^ ■ h e 
undersigned reserves 
the « n 
fill* t to rejf cl any and ail bids. 
H D it e d : 
Fe b ru a ry 
10 
1969 
K 
D O N N A 
M A E S C H R O E D E R 
s 
Ex ecutrix of the W ill of Anna 
'.:m 
Katherine Davidson, deceased 
I B 
RA N 
& 
N U SS 
^ ■ o rn e v s 
for 
Ex ecu trix 
P T O 
B ox 2037 
1 « 
N 
W hite Avenue 
Pom ona. 
C alif 
9176« 
Pu t 
Feb. 14 
15. 21. 1969. 


corded 
Recorder 
State 
of 
12. 
1961, 
Records, 
No. 


N O T IC E 
O F 
T R U S T E E ’S 
S A L E 
G N M A 
NO. 04-1.34651 
M 
No. I.CH 68 1028 
On M arch 20 
1989, at 9;3o a M . 
F A I R F IE L D S E R V IC E 
C O M P A N Y 
as 
duly 
appointed 
Trustee 
under 


shall 


County Precin cts 2.3, 24) 
Polling 
Pla ce : 
M arshall 
Ju n io r 
High Cafetorium , 1921 A rro vo A ve ­ 
nue; 
Inspector: 
Lovce G . 
DeVore. 
1527 West 
Orange 
G rove 
Avenue: 
Ju dg e 
Helen 
W ard 
PH ? 
Avenue; 
C lerk: 
R egina E . 
! 1531 
West 
Orange 
G rove 
Avenue 
( h t k 
Irene A 
Anderson, 2030 Ar 
royo Avenue. 
S P E C IA I 
P R E C IN C T NO 
1.3 
401 
(Consisting of State and 
County Precincts 28, 28) 
Polling 
Place: 
Residence, 
Rrookwin 
D rive ; 
Inspector: 
E 
R ilev, 867 Lew is Street; Ju dg e 
Ba rb a ra A 
F.nclnas, 1008 Brookw in M A R Y 
D rive: 
Clerk 
E lla 
Longaneeker 
1988 
1310 Lau re l Avenue; 
Clerk 
Ethel A N P. 
E . Nicholson, 1085 Brookw in D rive 
S P E C IA L P R E C IN C T 
NO. 
14 
(Consisting of State and 
County Precinct 25) 
Polling Pla ce : Residence, 136» A r 


the Second and Third Couneilm anlc 
Districts, providing such officet - are 
not elected in the p rim ary election; 
and to present to the electors, pur- 
suant to Se< ikm) 8 of A rticle X l of 
the C alifornia Constitution, a 
pro- 
5 e r* . *' ,’nJfv,ev'C posed amendment to the C h arter of 
E a st Sixth Street; 
C ity of Pom ona, changing the 
date of the general m unicipal elec­ 
tion, as provided in Section 10(U of 
said Charter, from the second T ues­ 
day in April to the third Tuesday in 
A pril in each odd-numbered year 
S E C T IO N 2. E L E C T IO N 
P F F l- 
C E R S 
AND 
P O L L IN G 
P L A C E S 
That the election officers and polling 
places for said election shall be as 
et forth In Ex hibit A, which is at- 


Stone, 
722 
East 


33 


Ju d g e 
V irg inia F 
Seventh 
Street; 
F. 
Coulter, 513 
Clerk 
H ilda 
E 
Sixth Street 
SPEC IA L P R E C IN C T NO. 
(Consisting of State and 
County Precin cts 68, 69) 
Polling Place 
W ashington School, 
Front Hall, 975 E a s t Ninth S tre e t: 
Inspector 
Hazel G 
Roberts, 
1435 
East G rand Avenue. Ju d g e : M abel 
F 
Nugent, 922 East Sixth Street: 
Clerk 
Dorothy Fortn er, 
1684 E a st tached 
hereto 
and 
. 
,v 
- 
, 
. - 
«...v 
by 
reference 
A rth u r Seventh 
street: 
Clerk 
Berth a 
B 
made a part hereof, which shall he 
Griggs. T aylo r, 770 South San Antonio Ave- published 
iog>'h> r with 
this ordi 
nue 
S P E C IA L P R E C IN C T NO. .36 
(Consisting of State and 


1008 


nance, which co llectively shall con­ 
stitute the notice of election officers 
and polling places 
required 
to 
be 
published by Sec. 22834 of the E le c ­ 
tions (o d e 
There shall he thirty- 
nine precincts, consisting of consoli- 


Trustee's Deed and for the re 
jrdatton thereof 
D A T E D : F e b ru a ry 
The T I Corporation (of Call 
fornia). a corporation, former- the Countv 
lv T IT L E : 
IN S U R A N C E A N D le» Count\ 
I R U S T C O M P A N Y 
B v 
A L B E R T W 
E V A N S 
Authorized 
Signature 
(37977) 
Pub. Feb. 14, 21, 28, 1969 


O R D IN A N C E NO. 2246 
AN O R D IN A N C E O F T H E CO UN . 
. 
, 
M a rv C IL O F T H E C IT Y O F PO M O N A , dations of the regular election pre- 
r a i IK O R N IA 
( A I L I N G 
A 
P R ! 
clncts in the C ity of Pom ona, ( al t 
F L E C T IO N ON 
M A R C H II, form a, established for the holding of 
TO 
N O M IN \ T E 
A 
M A Y O R state and county elections The pull- 
C O U N C 1 LM E N 
F R O M 
T H E >ng places for the respective pre- 
S E C O N D 
A N D 
T H IR D 
C O U N C IL- ¡cln cts shall be the places hereinaft- 
M A N IC D IS T R IC T S F O R T H E C IT Y er designated in Ex hibit A 
and the 
O F 
PO M O N A 
P R O V ID IN G 
FO R .P e rso n s hereinafter named in said 
P R F G IN C T S 
A N D 
P O L L IN G Ex h ib it A are appointed officers of 
P I A C E S 
A P P O IN T IN G 
E L E C T IO N election for their 
respective voting 
Ern estin e r< * ° 
A venue; 
Inspector: 
Florence O F F IC E R S 
F O R 
E A C H 
P O L L IN G 
b* ' 
Ern e 
, 
A l b e r l 5 0 n 
, 46<) h I wood Avenue 
P L A C E A N D F IX IN G T H E IR COM- 
the hours id ^ (X) o c! ><kji m. 


1449 P E N S A T IO N ; 
A N D 
G IV IN G 
NO* and 8^00 o clock p m 
day, A pr!I 8, * 


aliform a 
beneficiary, and re- 
the Office of the County 
of 
Los 
Angeles 
County, 
C alifornia 
on 
Decem ber 
Book 
T2133 
of 
O fficial 


^ § e 
anil pursuant to Deed of Trust dated 
148 
P'tircha»«!- 
a t 
* Feb ru ary 
8th, 1968, 
executed 
hv 
pay 
for revenue stamps Herbert Crenshaw 
and 
.Crenshaw , his wife, 
and recorded 1 . 
_ 
- 
_ 
* 
. 
¡Fe b ru a ry 
13 
1*88, 
as 
inslr. 
No 
I ud* e: 
G eraldine J 
HRrtosh. 
T i r c T U r o r n F 
1969. 
3537. 
In 
book T5679, 
page 
118 o 
f 
A v «55?* F ,f rk 
B e t,V 
O fficial 
Records 
in 
the 
office 
of 
Reco rd er of Los Ange* 
C alifornia. W IL L S E L L 


on said Tues- 
to conduct said 


Stewart. 
1525 
Elwood 
Avenue- 
B E IT O R D A IN E D by the Council ¡C ity or Pom ona general m unicipal 
C lerk: A lb ert Fried . 124« M urchison of th«- C ity of Pom ona, California, 
„ 
Avenue 
as follows 
_ 
' 
Sfc( 
IO N 


VT 
P U B L IC A U C T IO N 
TO HIGH- 
S P E C IA I 
P R E C IN C T NO^ IS 
, S i 
of fhe shall he as follows 
Ihe inspectors 
f ST B ID D E R F O R C A SH (p avab le 
y 
S * » ) 
- bart -^of th? C & o Pom ona. Caf- -h .11 each re ce iv* $18.00; »hr judges 
at 
( me 
of 
sale 
in 
law ful 
monev 
„ „ . . .h , 
i l l f z ' 
riAmm uti«« •iee. and clerks shall each receive $15 00. 


The com pensation 
to 
received bv the election officers 


Dorothy 
M 


recorded 
in 
Book 
553, 
Page 
49 
and 50 of Maps, in the office of 
the Countv Reco rd er of said Coun­ 
ty 
Said sale w ill be made, but with 


S P E C IA L P R E C IN C T NO 
(Consisting of Stale and 
County Precin cts 36. .32) 
Polling Place: I incoln School Lob- election 
by, 
1200 North Gordon Street; 
In-.for 
said 


A 
Connollv 
(32 
( he«ter 
Place ; part hereof, 
C lerk: Bee M cCaskill, 475 West Or- 
inee G rove Avenue: 
C lerk: 
Anna 


NO I IC E IN V IT IN G S I VLF.D B ID S 
¡conveyed 
to and 
now 
held 
by 
It u 
. 
. 
R L c F I P T O F P R O P O S A L S 
Sealed proposal* will be received at the under 
said 
Deed of Trust 
in 
the 
. 
offtc- 
.»' -be Gity C leik. located at City Hall, 505 South G a re y A v tA u e ,.property 
situated 
in 
the 
C ity 
of 
, 
( a l tornì » 
91766 
until 9:30 À M 
on M arch 5, 
1969. for the Po m .n a 
in said Couniv and State 
^ SteM t 
f ^ S T R t ( IlO N O F A N O V E R H E A D S P A N N IN G T H E T R A C K S O P described as: 
T H E U N IO N P A C I I K 
R A IL R O A D C O M P A N Y 
A N D O R B I N O 
A N D 
Lot 91, Tract 20273 as per map 
•p*VIN( ; 
ON 
R O S I ! AW N 
A V E N U E 
I R O M 
B R E A 
( A N Y O N 
R O A D 
T O P U M O N A B O U L E V A R D 
IN T H E C IT Y Ol 
PO M O N A , C A L IF O R ­ 
N IA . E O N T R A I r N U M B E R SS-LS8-6H 
. 
. 
. 
D E S C R IP T IO N Ol 
W O R K 
Lhe work includes the construction of 
a m a fo t ( ed T Beam bridge, 38^ »eet 
wide and 
,on8- SUP' 
ported on 
14 inch and 
42 
in< h diam eter 
caxt-in-drilled 
hole 
concrete out covenant or w arran ty, express 
mitng 
importeli borrow 
grading 
tnd pus ng; concrete curbs, gutters nr 
im plied, regard.na title, posses 
« M n à d s walks. 
LH in 
and 
l«-in, 
R C P 
storm 
se w e r. 
drainage m odifi 
r 
>r enrunihram -s. to pay the 
-, 
rh e -er 
p i .re 
cations. 
Mr« et light.ng 
s stem 
and mi celluneous work as described r-m ainm g prin. i m ! sum ..f th« n.ite 
^ ' W 
F M 
c e 
in theaa soecifu ations and as shown on the plans. 
se< ured 
hv 
said 
Deed 
of 
T iust. 
r .i v r . 
. - V : 
^ D M l i i i ION O F W O R K 
All work must be completed w .iliin 220 r, « - w It 
$15 054.47, with Interest from 
(( onsisting of stale and 
working days after the date of execution of ih«- contract by th. 
C it> 
Ju n e I 
1908. as in sa d note pro- 
O P E N IN G Of 
P R O P O S A L S 
'I he prop osals will be publicly opened vided, advances, if any, under the 
and read at 1« (to A M 
on M ar. h 5 
19®9 at the O ffice of th»- < 
g i«-rms of said Deed of T r ip ! 
fees, 
I nulneer, C ity Hull, 505 South i .u i - s Avenue, Pom ona, C alifornia 91766 
• harges and expenses of th- Trus- 
e-O B A IN IN C ; C O N T R A C T DO» 1 M E N T S 
The specificaUona are en 
tee 
and 
of the 
trusts 
created 
by 
t i d e d O N S J R U « riO N O F AN O V E R H E A D S i'A N M N t . TH1 
T R A C K S said 
Deed 
of Tru t 
O P TEH 
l N ION PA< II K 
R A I I R OA D ( O M P A N Y A N D G R A D IN G A N D 
P A V IM 
ON 
R O S I LA W N 
A V L N U I 
F R O M 
B R L A 
C A N Y O N 
R OA D 
TO P O M O N A B O U L E V A R D 
IN 
I H E Cl I Y Ol 
PO M O N A , ( A l . l l O R - 
N IA , C O N T R A C T NO. ss 188-68 
Plans and specification* and *11 con­ 
tract documents m ay be obtained at the Office of the Cltv 
Engineer, 
City 
H 11, 
565 South G are y 
Av. nue 
Pom ona 
C alifo rnia 
9176«. 
upon 
payment of $lu (Hi (not refundable). Engineering tlrawing-. are included 
with eai h set of sp ecificatio n- 
P R O P O S A L 
G U A R A N T E I 
I »eh 
proposal 
shall 
be 
accom panied cause (he undersigned to sell said 
by a certified ot 
cashier's che« k or bid 
btmd 
in the 
amount of 
10 property to satlsf . said obligations, 
par cent of the total bid prie« 
payable to the < ity of Pom ona as a and ib eteafier on November 4, I 1*«, 
guarantee th.ii the biddf' 
if h i' proposal Is accepted, 
w ill prom ptly the under >ign«-d caused said noti« e 
execute the contract, secure paym ent of w orkm en’s com pensation 
in- of 
breach 
and 
of 
«-lection 
to 
be 
curante, and furnish a satisfactory faithful perform anci; 
bond in the j recorded in book M30.33 
page 888, 
amount of 100 per cent «ri the total bid price and 
« labor and mate 
of said O fficial Record- 
ria l bend in the amount of 100 pei cent of the total price 
"Su b je ct 
instru m ent's) 
security, 
W a g e R A T E S 
Not less than ttie general ^ r- v a d in ^ rate of pjtr ; H ans's) 
and 
the 
indebtedness 
se 


16 


voting 
g 
D L 


The b en eficiary under said — 
!of Trust, 
by 
reason of a 
hreacb 
or 
default 
in 
the 
obligations 
se­ 
cured thereby, 
heretofore executed 
¡and 
delivered 
to 
the 
uedersiened 
i 
w ritten 
D eclaration 
of 
Default 
and Dem and for Sale, and written 
no*ice of breach and of election to 


A lvarad o 
Street 
(Je rk 
of Pomona to be nominated ... — —. 
x „iw in » « «halt receive 
com 
Ed lck, 
130*. North Hunt-¡election are M ayo r (two-year term ) 
^ S ^ l i o n 
fs b illed to the C ltv of 
c , " l . jnd c o u n rlta jn for th j 
¿ a h y G h ? siho.,1 D ufr.C t S .fd 
T e ir ferm sT 
« ‘« n e ts uour e,ec(lon Bf/alt be conducted in accor 


sV 
t i o v 
2 
E l FC T fO N 
O F FIC - ’dance woh the general laws of the 
o n e a n d r»6t I IN G P I A C F S 
That S la t* of California as m ay be appii- 
officers and id lin g places*cable, the C harter of the C ity of Po- 
electlon 
shall 
he 
as 
s.-timona, this ordinance, and in accor- 
pector: Linda C 
Licufo. 446 West 
forth in Ex hibit A. which is attach- 
Orange G rove Avenue 
Ju d g e: Irene ed hereto ?nd^by^reference 
9 of the C alifornia Elections 


ed together with this ordinance, and c <*la. 
shall constitute 
together 
with 
the 
s ^ ( I"*ON 4 
riiat 
the 
proposition 
body of this ordinance, the notice fo 
pi n ed upon the ballot Iror such 
of election o f f i c e r s and polling 
Hect.on on 
sa.d I:uesday. 
olaces required to be publishe«! by A pril 
*ha!l have th# fo.low 
C ounty Precincts 31, .13) 
S-ctlon 
:2W4 of the F.lertion rort- 
P oUIH)! 
P la te 
Roosevelt 
School, 
There shall he thirty nine (J9 ) vot- 
Front 
H all, 7no 
N otih 
Huntington ,ing precincts, consisting of consoli-; 
Blvd ; 
Inspector- 
Ed ith A, 
Evan s, dations of the regular election pre-■ 
577 
North 
Gordon 
Street; 
Judge 
cincts in the Cits of Pom ona, Calif- 
Catherine F. Wuore. 756 W est Lau re l ornia. established for the holding of 
Deed Avenue: Clerk 
D aisy D. R am say 


17 


dance with the punch«‘d card 
system provided in Chapter 


mg wording: 


d itm w a frs so adopted by the Council of the f ity of Pom ona by it- 
Resolution No. 68-333 (a copy of which the Contractor, if award« I the 
contra« t. must po»t at th«- joi> .site) stvall be paid any w orkm an needed 
to ex> 
utc this agreem ent 
in< luding workm en employ* d 
bv 
the con- 
trgctor or any subcontractor. Changes, if any, 
to such genera! 
pre 
vailing rate of per diem wage* since the adoption of said re 
■ l a s follows: 
NO C H A N G E S 
i C i i Y S 
R IG H T S 
R E S E R V E D 
lb* 
C ity 
of 
Pom ona 
reserves 
right to retect 
any an«i all proposal* oi 
bill-, 
should 
it <le* m 
'nece.- s.il y foi 
ttic public good, and also the 
bid of 
ihe 
Indiiei 
has (b ee n delinquent 
oi 
unfaithful 
in 
any 
form ei 
«ontract 
s u h 
Ci|v oi 
Pem ona. No bid«ier m ay 
w ithdraw his 
bid for 
a 
period 
thirty 
(30) 
days 
after 
the 
duti 
from 
the 
opening 
thereof. 
r T 
C IT Y O F PO M O N A . C A L IF O R N IA 
, 
B y : L. B Thom as, ( ity Clerk 
H i - D ated: I ebru arv 11 
i% 9 . 
I 'H 
B ID D E R S D E S I R IN ( , E X P L A N A T IO N S O F D E S IG N P I A N S OR 
CONT ACT 
R 
M . 
B A R IO N 
(F O R 
RO A D 
O O R 
B R ID G E ). D B Ll-IUW, C A T H E R (u 
S T R E E T , 
SAN 
ER A N C 1 SC O . 


ured 
thereby 
were 
hy 
te d e ra i National M ortgage Associa 
tion under Section 305 *>r 36« of 'b<- ,■ or f.r 
. 


state and county elections. The poll 
Wt-'t Cem**r Street: Clerk- Doro- sng place* for the respective 
pre- 
thv 1 «■«* Smith, Kit West M onterey cincts shall be the places hereinaf 
Slreet 
ter designated 
in said 
Exhibit 
A 
S P E C IA L P R E C IN C T NO. 
18 
«nd the persons hereinafter named 
(Consisting of State ur»d 
m said Ext ihit A are appointed of 
County Precincts 34, 33) 
ftce i» of election 
for their 
respe* 
Poiiing p lm e 
Residence, 253 G nr- 'tive voting precincts 
The polls will 
field 
Avenue 
inspector 
G ertrude be open between the hours of 7 (10 
L. Genung. 525 Last Jefferson Ave 
o'clock a m 
and 8 no o’clock p in 
nue 
Judge 
Barb ara Magnusen, 255 on said Tuesday 
M arch 11, 1989 to 
G arfield Avenue; Clerk 
F 
Ernes-¡conduct 
said C ity of Pom ona pri- 
tint 
Pitts, 
379 
G arfield 
Avenue; m arv election. 
Cleik 
s 
M arie 
Rodenberger. 
54‘J 
S E C T I O N 3 
The compensation to 
East 
Alvarado 
be received bv the election offu-prs 
S P E C IA I 
P R E C IN C T NO. 
I* 
'b all be as follows 
The inspectors 
(Consisting uf state and 
shall each receive 
$18 00: the judges 
County Precin cts 38, 37) 
and clerks sh ill 0ach receive 115 00 
Polling Place 
Y M C.A , 145 E a st The rental to be paid for any poll 


S H A L L 
T H E 
G E N E R A L Y E S 
M U N K T P A l 
F L E C T IO N 
DA I I 
L O R T H E < 11Y O F 
PO M O N A . 
C A L IF O R N IA , 
B E C H A N G E D F R O M TH I 
S E C O N D 
IU E S D A Y 
IN 
A P R IL 
TO 
T H E 
T H I R D 
T U E S D A Y 
IN 
A P R IL 
B\ 
A M E N D IN G 
S E C T IO N 
1002 
O L 
T H E 
C H A R T E R 
Ol 
T H L 
C IT Y 
Of 
PO M O N A . 
C A L IF O R N IA , 
TO 
PRO- NO 
VTDI 
AS 
F O L L O W S : 
” E p r 
the 
election ot 
ele« live 
of­ 
ficers 
under 
this 
Charter, 
and for such other purposes 
a ' 
the 
Council 
may 
pre 
scribe, a 
genera! 
m unicipal 
election shall be held in the 
C ity on the ihird Tug'dav of 
A pril in each odd-numbered 
y e a r.” 
__ 


S E C T IO N 5. The Cltv Clerk -hall 


the 
of ! 


S P I t II H AT IO NS S U O I I I) 
W A Y« , O R S 
S r U D Z IN S K I 
C O M P A N Y , 
L23« 
M A R K L I 
(415) 8« i 1302 
Pttb, Feb. 14, i'X»'* 


Fed eral N ational M ortgage A-sn< ia 
tion 
C h arter 
Act 
and 
thereafter 
olution to wit, on S«’pt*m ber 1 
I ft68 
vest 
ed in, and were acquired bv. The 
G overnm ent National M ortgage As 
the : so rtitio n pursuant to the provisions 
this of Pu blic Law ')0-448, 'h r Housing 
who ¡and 
U rb an 
Register at 
33 
I 
R 
*1035 ” 
Date: 
F e b ru a ry 5 
! rWto 
F A I R F I E L D S E R V IC I 
C O M P A N Y , a* said Tru >e* 
B v : 
M arg aret M 
Stew ait 
S ecre tary 
l a w 
Offices 
of 
W il l IA M G 
ilA G E N 
Attorney 
for Trustee 
P H O N E : ¡1411 
W 
O lym pic 
Rlvrt 
Suite 46! 
Los 
Angeles, C alif, 96015 
(37664) 
Pub. 
Feb. 
14, 
21. 
28, 
I'KW 


W alte r mg place other than a public place, re rlify to the passage and adoption 
and fire stations. ! 
ordinarne, and 
The 
i ustodian 
1,1 come effective 
upon 
building • 
shall 
receive lng 
adoption, pur 
1 * s b1,,* d 
Hon 
510(a) of 
the < h 


T * 
N O r IC E T O C O N T R A C T O R S 
S E A L E D P R O P O S A i s will t>e received by the Offi< e of A rch ite c­ 
ture' and Construction, Room 910), 107 South B ro ad w a) 
Los Angeles, 
C alifornia, 
until 2:00 p m , 
W«-dn**sday, 
F e b ru a ry 
26, 
190», 
at 
wtihh 
time 
they w ill be 
publicly opened and 
read in 
Room 
1101 
at 
said 
' address for: 
. 
M IS C E L L A N E O U S G E N E R A L AND M EC H A N IC A L W O RK 
IM P R O V E W A R D E N V IR O N M E N T A L C O N D IT IO N S 
tn the C ity 
o f'P o m o n a on 
Tuesday 
D E P A R T M E N T OL M E N T A L H Y G IE N E 
M arch 
11, 
1969, 
and the 
G ene"al 
P A C IF IC S i A IL . H O S P IT A L 
Election 
to 
be 
held 
in 
the 
City 
P O M O N A , 
L O S 
A N G E L E S C O U N T Y , 
C A L IF O R N IA (W . 
O 
A E 1 I of 
Pom ona on 
Tuesday 
A pril 
» 
043 C-12), 
in accordance with 
the 
plans 
and 
specifications th a rafo r,¡1969, there sh.ill be 39 voting 
‘and sui h adderida thereto as m ay be ...... 
-- 
---- 
Th« 
bidder’s attention 


A D O P T E D 
A S 
E X H I B I T A, 
O F 
O R D IN A N C E S NO 
214h A N D 2247, 
“ F L E C T IO N 
O F F IC E R S 
AND 
P O I I T N G 
P L A C E S ” 
N O T IC E IS H E R E B Y G IV E N that C leik: 
Irene 
L 
in the P rim a ry Election to be held Pasadena Street. 
S P E C IA L P R E C IN C T NO 
(Consisting of State and 
Countv Precin cts 41, 42) 
Polling 
P la c a ; 
Residence 
P r 


!! 
Sterk, 659 North Towne Avenue, isurh 
a* schooli 
Judge 
Mai y 
L. 
Darbo, 
143 
East 'h a il 
be 
*15 00 
Alvarado Street; 
C lerk: 
M yrtle 
P. the 
school 
Monaon, 210 E a s t Colum bia Avenue; ¡com pensation 
i leik 
Nora 
M 
Brvan t, 
410 
San of Pom ona hv th" School D istrict 
Fran« neo Avenue 
, 
S E C T IO N 
4 
The 
said 
p rim a ry 
S P IT IA I 
P R E C IN C T NO 
2t 
election shall be condu« ted 
in ac- 
(Consisting of State and 
cordanre with the general law s of 
County Precin cts 38. 30) 
the State of C alifornia a* m ay be 
^ 
Polling 
Pla e 
Em erson 
Ju n io r applicable to the (b a rte r of the Cttv su rh 
puhiicat 
High School L lb ia tv . 6-35 East Lin- of Pom ona and this ordinance. <an<Hi p r«>nr«"»w-Utilit'tm 
coin 
Avenue, 
Inspector: 
Je a n 
G , In 
accordance 
with 
the 
punched 
Wooten. 
692 
San 
Bernardin o 
A ve-¡card 
voting 
»y'tem 
piovid«-d 
by 
Chapter 8, D ivision t of th* C a lif­ 
ornia Election Code. 
S E C T IO N 5. The C ilv C lerk shall 
certify to the passage and adoption 
of this ordinance, and it shall be­ 
come effective Im m ediately upon its 
initial 
reading 
and 
adoption, 
suant to Section 510(a) of the 
tei of the City of Pom ona Th# C ity 
C lerk shall cause this ordinance and 
the attached Ex h ib it A to be pub- 
fudge M a ry E , Brice , 779 
iished once, not later than 20 aay» 
Reservoir Street; Clerk 
iyl- prioi to said p rim ary election 
Saylo r, 770 Hawthorn«- P la te , 
S E C T IO N 6 
The votes shall im- 
K ern, 
859 
E a s t m ediately be canvassed and the te 
turns made to the Council of the 
22 
City of Pom ona in the m anner and 
as prescribed by law, 
before 2 :« )(re tu rn s" made 
to 
the 
Council 
of 
p.m 
on the first M onday after the th<- C ity of Pomona in the m anner 
1886 election, after which tim e the n t y i anH 
pp-scrihed 
bv law, 
before 
Anne Clerk, 
pursuant to Section 22832.5 


lodge 
B i r b a t a 
F , 
to m be, 
«95 I u t 
Kingsif-v 
Avenue 
L le rk : 
M argaret 
M 
Singer, 
678 
Ja m es 
Piaci 
rie«k 
I ,-dìa 
M 
Slrn 
448 
Ro<>'f*v#it 
Aevnu* 
sp i ( IA l 
P R E C 1 N C T NO 
21 
(Consisling of M al# and 
( ouiuy Precin cts 46 44) 
Polliti)! 
Piat e 
L.beti 
Ciubhouxe, ; 
>K5 
i ast 
Hoit 
Avenue; 
Insp e.to r: 
Lauretta M, Pow ell, 846 San F r a n ­ 
cisco: 
North 
via M. 


c K ? : 


it <hail be 
i initial read- 
uant to Se« - 
barter of 
the 
C ity 
of 
Pomona, 
ihe 
Cttv 
C lerk 
shall cause tbis ordinam e and the 
attached Exhibit A to be published 
om o, not later than 40 days prior 
to said genera! m unicipal election. 
shall 
be 
in 
the 
______ 
Newspaper, 
and 
hall he in ail edition* of ihe day 
it is published and shall con lUttP" 
notice of et#( lion office:* and poll 
ing places pursuant to Set tion 22834 
of the C alifornia Election Codt 
ih e 
(l«-ik 
shall also cause to he puh- 
li'he«i each day In »aid newspaper, 
up 
to 
and 
In« luding 
the 
day 
of 
jibe ele« tion, a notice ihat said elec 
tion 
w ill he 
hold concerning 
said 
C h arter am« ndment, 
and 
that 
the 
full 
(ext of 
such 
amendment 
Is 
availab le In the Office of the C ity 
C le ik 
I He 
(je r k 
»hail 
also 
mad 
a 
copy 
of 
the 
com plete 
text 
<>f 
such amendm« nf to each registered 
voter in the C ity of Pom ona 
S E C T IO N 6. The votes shall Im ­ 
m ediately 
he 
canvassed 
and 
th«* 


W ildro'i- 
Avenue: 
Inspector 
m ay be issued P r jo£ 
kjd upening date, ¡cincts 
consisting 
of consolidaticm* B 
Raichle. 1642 North San Antoiiio of the 
Elections Code is directed ter the election, after which tiro* 
. . . . 
. . . . 
^ 
directed to a provision In the Proposal of the regular 
voting precincts in Avenue 
Judge 
Carm en E 
W ailes, and authorized and ordered to can ;««,» /-¡«v cterk 
pursuant to Section 
,a 
i1 , ia*a 
1 
le lu tive to obtaining sub-bidder quota the 
C ity 
of 
Pom ona, 
established igxu W ildrose Avenue; ( lerk: Alm a vas* the returns and certify the re 
22912 5 
of 
the 
Lie« Hons 
Code 
is 
tifn s tnrougn pw^qepo atones. 
. 
. 
. 
. 
. 
. 
|f«u the holding of Stale and Counts p 
Pe-.ples, 
949 
Russell 
Place 
suits 
to this C ity C onnell on 
the ¡directed and authorized and ordered 
fle ctio n *; 
that 
the 
polling 
pla« e; (le r k : 
M aiinda 
Parks, 
1602 
North F lis t 
Tuesday 
after 
the 
election. |t„ canvass the returns and certify 
tn general, this prxjiect com prises repair and m odification of exist 
ing 
nntul 
toilet partition«, alterations 
t«> sh ow ei», show n 
and 
tu b ||„r 
the respective 
precincts 
shall San 
cqpRfoIs; rem oval and pat« lung of ceram ic tile, lath and plastei, paint (be 
hereafter 
d< signaled 
and 
(In 
m tG jn d m echanical w” rk 
, I - - 
*ns her«-after 
named 
shall 
b< 
m ay see the plans 
and specifications 
at 
(he area Builders |of(icers 
for 
(he 
respective 
polling 


and Construction, 1120 places: 


I t I C T IO N 
O H 1(1 K$ 
A N D 
foim s, 
and 
FO I L IN G P E A C E S 
Box 
107», 
------ 


» 
B ill! 
Exchuttg 
Offi 
see the 
and the office ot Architecture 
N P jfo r t , Sai-ram ent», and 107 South Bro ad w ay, t o* Angi 
Bidd ers «an obtain plans anti spectflcatiens 
proposal 
Bldd. 
s 
Bond form by requesting them 
in 
writing 
( P ( 
ur 
in 
person 
tcramentf). 
m ay be obta 


trom 
the 
Office 
of 
Arehi- 


ned without charge and are 


Sacram ento 
C alif 
9dtt)5) 
I icc t> re and Ceaetrudtiim in 
Matts and specification 
, not to be returned 
■Nit bid w ill be considered unless It Is made on 
furn 
hed by the O ffice of A rchitecture and ( «tnstfictian, an«i is mad 
‘■ a c c o r d a n c e with th«- "in stru ctio n s to 
Bid«!« t ” , 
Each 
bidder muM 
be lice rised and also prequabficd when required. The 
Departm ent of 
G e n .ta l Serstces reserves th«- ugh! t«> reject anv 
W aive any inform ality in any but r«-r eived 
f Bid* will i>«* enterlatm-d only on a lump sum basis. 
* 
G E N E R A L P R E V A IL IN G H O U R L Y W A G E R A T E S 
COUNT Y OL LO S A N G E L E S 
• 
I The 
Departm ent 
of G eneral Services 
has acertained 
the 
general 
Wh” ailing rate of wages for straight time, overtim e, Saturdays, 
Sun 
■ y . and holidays, including em ployer paym ent* for healih and we! 
f » e 
vacation, pension, and sim ilar purpn.se», to be a-, tabulated here 
1 aft'Sr for (he cnunly in which the w oik ts to be done. 
Holidays shall 
be (hose defined 
«s such in the collective bargaining agreem ent ap- 
p | 
»ble to the labor cias»lfication(i 


C L A S S IF IC A T IO N 
K 
-tenter 
• ......................... 
J s i ? 
I::::;::;::;::;;:::;;;:: 
P l ' i . terer 
...................................... 
■ )*lH! 
p Nh*'( 
f Tile 


S F I f lA l. 
P R E C IN C T 
NO, 
I 
(t onsisting of Stale and ( ouniy 
Pre cin cts 1, s> 
Polling P la c e r Kt-creation Room, 
|I50 W est Foothill Bo ulevard ; tn'pec- 
Proposal f(RPm ¡tot 
(ta V, Kaufm an, I W W est S er­ 
rano P la te , La Verne; Ju d g e : Belie 
Not a 
Pesiersen, 
3275 
FTortnda 
Street; 
C le rk: 
Ruby 
I,. 
Dickson 


Antonio Avenue 
S P i ( IA I 
P R E C IN C T NO. 23 
(Constating of State and 
t ounty Pre*fn ets 43, 40) 
Polling 
P 'u l*-: 
Klnv'lt-v 
School 
M uitipuipose Bldg., 1170 W ist ingtonTion 
tax«- 
Ktreet 
inspector: 
Ruth 
I. 
A cre* cerning the r« suit' 
843 E a s t Colum bia Avenue 
Judg«-- 
A P P R O V E D 
P e a rl i 
I hier. 1079 Last A lvarad o A D O P T E D 
this 
Street; 
C E r k : 
Dorothy 
L. 
Olsen 
«85 Loranne Avenue: Clerk 
Pa tri 
rla A 
P«*t>per 
1367 F a rre ll Avenue 
S P I ( IA I 
P R E C IN C T NO. 
24 
(Consisting of Slate and 
County p iecln cts 48, 40) 
Polling Pla c e : Re-ldence 


1 his Council shall then meet at its'th e resu lt' to this C ity Council on 
usual time and place on the Tuea-|th* 
First 
Tuesday 
after 
the elec- 
day fallow ing the election, and shall,Ufon 
This Council shall th«*n meet 
upon receiving from the Clerk certi-jat 
its 
usual 
time 
and 
place 
on 
fU'ation of th. 
results of the elec-¡if,® Tuesday f(dlowlng the election, 
appropriate 
action con 
dlwj shau U;ton receiving from th«* 


ru ary. 


ali bids and to ¡3219 Fior inda Street; 
C lerk 
Hazel Bernardino 
Avenue: 
Inspector 
Goodykoontz, 
2971 
G lencrest Bette J , Freni, 1135 C arm el Court 
Kreet 
S P E C IA L P R E C JN C T NO. 2 
(( onuisting of State and 
County Precin cts 2, 4) 
Polling JPlai «- 
Rehabilitation Cen- Court 


fudge: 
D aisy 
N, 
Felts, 
1103 
i Bernardino 
Avenue: 
Clerk 
E iv a 
Sander, 
1081 
Herm osa 
A ve n u e ;1 S T A T E OF 
<T«-rk: Carole L . (.ran t, 1J76 D alto n .C O U N T Y Ot 


em ployed on tne projee (. 
•Strttight 
Suturday 
Holiday 
lim e 
Overtim e 
.Sunday 
. , . 
(H 
I I 37 
1! 57 
n.37 
11 17 
. . . 4.785 
(> 77 
6 77 
■ 755 
8 755 
, , . 5 88 
8 525 
X-525 
8.525 
II 17 
... 6 125 
11 27 
11 27 
11.27 
11 27 
. , , 8 «48 
16 (ht« 
16 O'10 
16 09« 
16 (hü 
. . . b.77 
10 10 
10.10 
12 92 
12 92 
... b 145 
0.02 
II. »95 
11 895 
11.895 


itw r ft 
Steam F itte r 
t 
M.-tal W orker 
better 
.................................... 
D U P A R IM i,N r O F G E N E R A L SI R V iC E S 
O F F IC E O F A R G H I I i ( I U R I 
A .M ) C O N S T R U C T IO N 
F R E D H U M M E L . A ! A, 
_ 
S T A T E A R C H IT E C T 
Pub. Feb. 14 and 21. 1A>9, 


ter, 
255 
Bonita 
Avenue 
(Casa 
Co 
Itn a); 
ln»p«-c«ir 
E sth e r E 
White 
187 
A ldam a 
Ju d g e : 
M a rly s 
C 
W right, 267 E ast G ro ve ; Clerk 
Re 
gem 1 
M eadows, 
(01 
R e tt 
Boulevard, 
Sp 
67; 
Clerk 
E 
Nageotte, 3'») V alera Avenue 
S P E C IA I P R E C IN C T NO 3 
(Consisting of State and 
County Pri-etnets 3, 7) 
Polling 
Pla« 
Auditorium , 42 
no*- 
Inspector: M a rg arv N 
Hnnak 
er, 2775 North Towne Avenue C lare 
Judge 
Karen S 
ScF'dling 
Court; C lerk: A lice 
Haiti xin 
Street 
P , 
1 homes, 
U 9 
H ig hw ay, 


S P E C IA L P R E C IN C T NO. 
fr»n *l*tin g «d Stale and 
County Preelnet* 47, 80) 
Polling 
Pince: 
Montvue 
Sthool 


P A S S E D 
A N D 
10th d ay of 
Feb- 
1**69 
T H U C IT Y O P POM ONA 
B v : 
R IC H A R D C. 
B R O W N E L L 
M ayo r 
A T T E S T : 
1102 San : L. H. LH O M A S 
C ity Clerk 
A P P R O V E D A S T O F O R M ; 
San (R O B E R T C G U ST A V ESON 
ity Attorney 
A I I F O R N IA 
) 
LOS A N G E L E S ) 
l, L 
B 
T H O M A S , City Clerk 
the C ity of Pomona, California, DO 
H E R E B Y C E R T IF Y that the fore 
28 


Cterk 
cert »ft« atton 
«if 
the 
results 
nf 
the 
election, 
take 
appropriate 
action concerning 
the results 
A P P R O V E D , 
P A S S E D 
AND 


'A D O P T E D this 10th d «v of Fe b ru ­ 
ary, 
196-1 
, 
T H E Cl LY o p PO M O N A 
B v ; 
R IC H A R D C 
MM O W N E L L , 
M a yo r 
¡A T T E S T 
[L 
B 
T H O M A S 
I 
C ity Clerk 
• A P P R O V E D 
A5 
T O 
F O R M ; 
R O B E R T C. G U S T A V E S O N 
C ity Attorney 
S I A T E O I 
C A L IF O R N IA 
) 
ef C O U N T Y Of 
LO S A N G E L E S j s* 
" " 
J, 1 
B 
T H O M A S, Cttv Clerk of 
the Clfy of Pomona, C alifornia 
DO 


t" if! 


Foothill Teacher* 
Lunch 
Room, 
C arroll H«*rnardino 
Avenue, 


going Ordinance was introduced ai H E R E B Y C E R T I F Y that the fore 
regular meeting of fhe Council o’ going Ordinance wa* tntrodu«ed at 


approved 


7'ti Reg < 
Bt*U 
i<8H 
tos* (»hin« 


Ed ra 
A 
M cD ivltt 
Street; 
Ju d g e: 
Imo Je a n Strbhm *, and 
I m i 
Fd t’ehill 
D rive: 
Cietk 
H 
Sabutis, 
1727 
R ich ard 
Street 
H arrison 
School Clerk 
Je w e ll Haw orth. 1887 
E a st H arrison A ve*(Street 
S P E C IA L P R E C IN C T NO 
28 
(( onsisting of State and 
Brow nell 
Countv Precin cts Si, 3?) 
N O E S 
none 
Polling 
P la c e : 
Residence 
1060 
A B S E N T 
none 
C le rk: jf'apper Avenue; InsjM-« tor: Sharron- 
1 
B 
T H O M A S 
A rro w 
R 
Morgan, 
HXMI Capper Avenue 
( ity Cterk 
'Ju d g e : 
Donna 
M. 
1 awson, 
1759 Pub, Feb . (4, 19*9. 


1440 
San said C ity, duly held on the 10th dav w 
regular m eeting 
of the Council 
Inspector: ¡0# Feb ru ary, i960, and duly passe«! nf 
City, duly held 
1854 
M aine and 
adopted 
signed 
and 


on 


Violet M avor of said Cltv. and that said 
Ordinance w m so passed and adopt 
Eiatne ed by the following vote 
to wit 
A Y E S 
Caunctim en 
Liverm ore 
W ill*, K e e t I e, H e rre ra, (M 


K 
E n 


the Ioth 
duly 
the passed 
and 
adopted 
bv 
the 
said 
Council 
and 
signed 
and 
approved 
by 
the 
M a yo r 
of 
said 
C ity, 
»nd 
that said O rdinante wa* so passed 
and adopted by the following vote, 
>or) to 
w it: 
A Y E S : 
t ouncilm ea 
I tverm ore. 
W ill* 
Kertle, 
H e rre ra. 
( M a y o r ) 
Brow nell 
1 
B 
T H O M A S 
( i t y 
Clerk 
'P u b , Feb . 14, 196». 


'• Lo in, Pom ona, Calif. 


.1 
j , )«,aru a ry 14, 1909 
P a g e 
7 , 
S e c . 
3 


★ 


Classified Ad 
Information 
WARNING 


BE CAUTIOUS OF AOS 
NOT SPEC tEYiN O D EFIN IT E 
NATURE OF WORK 
ASSEMBLY BILL 2112 
Adds Sec «74 and «77 to tha 
1964 Civil Right» Law 


prohibits with cer«»in exceptions, 
discrimination 
becausa 
of 
»ex. 
Since some occupation* are con­ 
sidered 
more 
attractive 
to 
per­ 
son* Of 
one 
*ex 
or 
the 
Other, 
advert sements 
ere pieced 
under 
the Male or Femeie columns for 
♦he convenience of reader* 
Such 
bstino* are not 
intended 
»0 ex­ 
clude persons of either *ex 
1 
Thi* 
newspape- 
strives 
to 
pro­ 
tect 
It* 
reader* 
aeamst 
fraud, ! 
decco’ion 
or 
¡nfustlce* 
Adver 
Clement* 
which 
reouirp 
cash 
bond* or 
investment 
in 
stock*, 
sample», eouipment should Oe In­ 
vestigated fhorotjghlv 
All 
adver- 
tlsino *)etem#ni* must be accur­ 
ate 
All 
ads oertainino 
to saws i 
must carrv the word sate* and 
must relate some nature of work 
Involved and not designs to mis­ 
lead the reader 
Anv ad reouir- 
inf a tuition tor studv course it 
net 
considered 
a 
help 
wanted 
ad 
end 
should 
be 
in classifica­ 
tion 4 'Educational." 
NO H ELP WANTED AD CAN 
STIPU LATE OR IN FER A 
D E FIN IT E AMOUNT W H IN 
starting 
pay 
Is 
commission 
ba­ 
sis 
Report #ny exception to this 
rule to the classified Advertising 
manager. 
NA 2-1203 
Ontario-Upland Area—YU 4 IAM 
The 
Progrese Bulletin 
reservee 
the right »0 reiect or re-edd any 
advertisement* for the protection 
of the advertiser and reader 
YOU READ YOUR AD 
Upon First Publication 
Phone 
n a 
2-1201 
regarding 
any 
Typographical 
error. 
Adjustment 
due to typographical error on the 
part 
of 
the 
Progress-Bulletin 
snail 
be 
limited 
to 
the 
actual 
cost of »pace used 
fo advert lie 
th# Item which aooeers in erro' 
and the adiustment will be made 
only 
on 
the 
first 
incorrect 
In­ 
sertion 
Deadline-New Ads I 
And Cancellations 
New ads end cancellations must 
he received not later then J p.m. 
nay before Publication S p m 
Fri 
for Sun 
Before 17 noon Set «or 
Mon 
and 
10 
a m 
day 
t e 
fo1 * 
a 
legal 
holiday 
Ads mys* 
run one 
insertion 
betare chan*» 
of 
copy or 
cancellation can 
te 
made 
D EAD LIN E for single cob 
commercial ad* with larfer man 
agate 
type 
3 
pm 
Friday 
«or 
Sunday 
M U LT IPLE 
COLUMNS 
7 
col wide 
1 
Inch 
daep 
mim 
mum 
Deadline 7 days urler 
to 
publication 
Thursday 
2 
pm. 
deadline for Sunday 
CLOSED SUNDAYS 
AND FROM 17 NOON SATURDAY 
NEW RATES 
Effective Nov. l f 1968 
PRIVATE PARTY 
(Family Ad) 
Non Commercial 
Rates 
S average words per line 
Mini­ 
mum of 3 lines 
Minimum charge 
12.SO. 20c discount for cash with 
copy Cash with copy on all work 
wanted ads. 
Per Line-Per Time 
40c 
57c 


Educational 
6 
Tir lg« fi C 'School s pací fí<T 
363 1 Poland, Covina 
+ 337-0157 O 
3464 Market St., Riverside 
Ä 
M 
l 
c H a t i v e w ig C O LLEG E 
147 f . 
Rowland, Covina. 
Be 
a Certified 
Wig Stylist 
Day or evening d a i­ 
ses 
Call (213) 
«66 1 530. 
10 a.m. 
to 10 p m. Course Approved, Calif 
Dept 
ot 
Education. 
Accredited 
College. Tuition too“;« financed 


8 
Help Wanted 
Mol« or FemaU 


TEM PO RA RY J0 8 S 
M ANPOW ER 
71 $ N. 
Indian M ill Pm *. 
423-7543 


P T. S T & tE N T S - H o ttE W IV E S 
Work 
3 
hours 
and 
earn 
up 
to 
»10 on comm, daily 
Apply •«» N 
Gar»y 
suite 
110, 
10-1 
P.m. 
Call 
anytime 422-7545 
_ 
START 
vOur 
own 
buslnrss 
with 
very 
little 
investment 
You 
can 
extra money nr build a tv 
for 
earn extra 
busine-sv 
If 
interested 
call 
appointment 424 3626 
6 x PE R IEN C ED 
cook/1 "mate 
or 
female. 
Caii 
between 
e 
and 
11 
a m. The Capri 
Restaurant, 1343 
E 
4fh, Ontario. W 540$_________ 
See HARDINGS Ad 
Sunday thru Wedn«»day 
TELEPHONE 
SOLICITORS 


Î. Excellent Product 
2. Highest Commission 
3. Incentive Bonuses 
4. Good Working Cond. 
Apply in person to: 
Joe Robey 
300 S. Thomas 
Rm. 318, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. 
4.30 p m. to 8:30 p.m. 


You can't do better than 
★ SCHWARZ ★ 
Employment Agency 
797 Indian Hill. Pompn# 
623-6421 


BAKER for College in Claremont 
400 
vouna 
ladiei 
Cookies, cakes. 
o«e 
your 
ladies 
area 
fending 
Home style, 
veast 
products. 
Mon-Fri, 4 a.m. 
to 3 p m 40 hr* per wk. Uniforms 
and food 
supplied 
Salary 
S2 25 
rrr hr to start. Only those with 
proven 
ability 
in 
Institution*! 
Calar mg none! aoply. Call 421-1213 
Mon. F r- 2 to 4 
_ 
_ 
______ 
A and H and Life 
LEA DS—-LEADS LEA DS 


F xcellent kh r»r* 
existing conditions 
covered _ w* insure 
all ages. 


We need agents — manger* 
Tramer*. Bonus, salary 
program oius full comm­ 
ission» to start. 


Unusual Fringe Benefits — 
Fret hospitalization — 
Life Ins — Retirement, 
Etc. 


Straight talk — no oia 
in the sK y — 


For confidential inler- 
Vinw call NA 3-3064 #m only 


1 
»Ima 
4 
times 
7 
times 
30 times 
Consecutive 
times 
— 
No 
copy 
change 
Other rates and contract 
rates not *hown 
abovg, upon 
re- 
oueit 
Phone 
422 1701 
Onttrio- 
«04-1400 


You Feel It In 
Your Bones 
If vov o©en one more overcrowded 
closet and sap one more discarded 
but stilt— eood thing 
inside, you're 
going to have a ntrvous break­ 
down! Pick up vour phone instead 
and 
dial 
*22-1201 
to 
place 
a 
Progress Bulletin want Ad 
You'll 
have a good f»p|lng when you sell 
all those things FAST!! 


Special Notices 


R E T IR E D Couple needs advce re­ 
garding 
the editing 
of the Club 
Nl 
sg 
_ 
fewspaper 
W rita Bex 552. Pom 
SINGERS, 
musical groups or en. 
tertainers, call us for details 
gardmg 
bookings, 
recordings 
re- 
or 
pubtishmes 
Phone 429 0361 for an 
appointment 
___ 
_ 
SINGLE ADULTS 
YOU 
CAN M E E T FROM 2 
TO I 
10 NEW PFO Pl E THIS MONTH : 
AND E V E R Y MONTH FOR THE 
NEXT F IV E Y EA RS 
. 
p r f -s e l e c t e d 
t o 
p l e a s e 
YOU 
FOR 
AN 
IN TERESTIN G 
RECORDED 
M ESSAGE 
24 HRS. ! 


E X P E R 
mature hardworking cou­ 
ple to manage «0 Unil Apt. Must 
be abte to do mmor maintenance 
painting, 
etc. 
NO 
children. 
í 2131 443G 800_______________________ 
E X P 
comOinabon 
siU 
and 
wool 
presser, excel working c¡ nd, $125 
week 
to 
right party. One 
Hour 
Martlnizing 
Cleaners, 
Thrifty 
. 
Mart Shopping Center, 271« Valley 
Blvd , Walnut.__ 
WANTED 
tor 
new product distri­ 
buters and retailer, small Invest* 
ment Call 427-«54>5 anytime._______ 
~ Experienced Phone Solicitor* 
oart time or full tims 
NA 4-5633 


l a b o r a t o r y 
t e c h n o l o g is t . 
California 
licensed 
Fun 
t i m e . 
Ret>rement, health insurance and 
Other fGnge benefits 
Apoiv Cen­ 
tral Memorial Hospital. 5050 San 
Bernardino 
Sb, 
Montclair. 
★Medical Technologist 
Licenced, tor supervisory position 
a« laboratory of Community Hos- 
o tal. 
La 
Puente 
Remuneration 
commensurate 
with 
exp. 
Excel 
fnnge benefits. Call (2131 3S5-H7I 
P# WAÑTffO—- Grill personnel and 
dishwashers. 
Apply 
m 
person 
Hull House Palomares, comer of 
Hoit 
and 
Palomares. 
Between 8 
a m end 10 a.m.______________ 
T ELEPH O N E 
Solicitors 
mate 
or 
female, Saiary plus commissions. 
Excel 
working 
conditions. 
Appiy 
Mr 
WaHace. 
*63 
E 
Mission 
Blvd , Pemona KL3 p m. 
KIDWELL & KECK 


IM PLO Y M 0 N T A00NCY 
445 N GAREY 629-253! 
A DAY Dl4^ 
_ 3—«44-21H 
714 815 1434 
E.S P. SHOW 
Call (213) 337-7419 anytime 


ERMA'S 
EM PLO YM EN T AGENCY 
See our Sunday ad 
113 W . College 
ALCHOUCS ANONYMOUS 
Coyi„ „ 
# 
ED 1-3344 
Phone 473 4415 
Theatre Orchestra 
PROFESSIONAL 
STRING 
PLA Y ­ 
ERS 
WANTED- - VIOLIN, VIOLA, 
CELLO 
- 
FOR 
THEATRE 
ORCHESTRA 
c o n c e r t 
t o u r 
TO 
PORTUGAL 
IN 
D EC EM BER 
AND 
EN G AG EM EN TS 
IN 
ANA 
HEiM. 
LOS A N G ELES AND SAN 
FRA N C ISlO th is SUM M ER B E ­ 
ING 
ARRANGED. 
ONLY 
MUSI­ 
CIANS 
WITH 
E X P E R I E N C E 
AND TOP 
PROFESSIONAL sta- 
TURE 
WILL 
0E 
CONSIDERED 
WR IT E TO P 0 
BOX 1052. FOR 
AUDITION 
A PPO IN TM EN T 
IF YO U'RE sincerely Inf«rested ms 
getting your song or voice on the 
market, 
we 
have 
a 
registered 
mcofnized la bet and we're toe»- 
mg for talent 
Phone 63*0341 tor 
an appointment. 
AS OF 
February I i ~ 194* 
r “ w.ll 
no longer be responsible for any 
debts Other 
than my 
own 
Jon Stephen Schwertfeger 
27SS Arrow Highway Sp $ 
La Verne, Calif 


Lost 


LOST 
Little 
g irl's 
giasse 
___ 
B u # 
p la stic 
fram e , 
V«< 
9» 
O ar 
rnont Schioi, Claremont 
Call »2« 
377« anytime 
Rf W ARO 
tor 
return 
o) 
btCVCif 
m issing from 
Jh o p p ng Cent« r 
at 
Walnut and Central rm Sat 
Bri«»«>t 
Hue Stingray, 5 speed. Ramfr.m 
handle 
bars 
with 
hand 
brakes, 
white seat, chrome fender*. 
_____________ 
420-5*17 ................. 
LO ST 
M a le brown 
Boxer 
purpv 
13 wks old 
White face markings. 
Reward for return or into lead 
mg Id return. Cali 477 2874_ 
LOST 
Shettig male, predominantly 
biack, downtown Chmo. 5 30 pm , 
Feb 11 
677-W12 


Found 


NOTICE TO FINDER 
-rhe Ptnel eode of Caiiferma pro- 
vides that an« who find* a lest 
article under clrcumitance* whith 
elve him maan« oi ingulry es te 
me frua owngr and who aeo-oari- 
ateg such prgparty for hi* own u\« 
withouf first making a reasonablg 
effo' t to find the asmar i» gultty 
of iarceny. 


m a n { s w fÄ T E T T g u N D 
IN GANF5HA PARK 
420-0775 


PART 
time 
cook 
wanted 
Appiy 
any hour». See manager 
Tin Liz­ 
zy Restaurar.«. 2317 
D ’ St., La 
verne 


a p t 
MORS 
Experienced couple. 
19 older units, close 
In, 
l 
BR, 
turn 
apt 
util 
pc 
extras 
Wrffe 
Box 
7100. 
Progrese Bglleitn. 
GAREY 


em p l o y m e n t a g e n c y 
H O M I SA V IN «I ft LOAN 0100. 
i u i t i 
m 
199 Pempn* Malt kast. Ppmpng 
623-439! 


TEACHERS 
Sa w re- 
College 
at 
Business 
eop«n$ton program, additional 
fatuity 
member* 
needed 
in 
all 
business 
JOiects 
5 
yr* 
•«per, 
o« 
d»9 ** 
reauired 
Calf 
Director 
ot 
Education 
42* 2534 


CLASSIFIED 
ADVERTISING 
OUTSIDE/SALES 


THE 
Progress But let«*» 
needs 
one 
aggressive 
and 
entnsiastic 
Out 
*.d< 
Classified Advertising 
Sales­ 
man. Must nr able to make lay­ 
out* 
for 
automotive, 
real 
etfefo 
a-»d offer types of account*. Mutt 
be able to type, Will be required 
fo sell new business as well as 
hand-- 
• 
number 
of 
established 
acr aunts 
Must 
have 
car 
avail­ 
able 
Submit qualifications or (ill 
out 
employment 
application 
at 
The 
Frosmss 
Bulletin. 
¡00 
S 
Thomas 5« , Pomona. Salary plus 
commissions, 
hospital 
insurance, 
paid 
vacation 
Good 
company 
benefits 


Help Wtd. Male 


Educational 


★ n o r t h w e st c o ll eg e 
0« Mfoicei ft OMita) Assistants 
M ED ICAI SEC R E I AR I Al 


Weu C oyjns 
n i l W Garvev Avenge 
, J4S5 
R t 
att W 
mt e 
èkwi 
BROADCAST 
SCHOOL 
WE TEACH ALL PHASES 
OF B R O A D C ASTING, 
LEARN IN A LEADING 
POMONA 
RADIO STA- 
TION l.B A. GRADUATES 
ARE IN DEMAND, 
FREE JOB PLACEMENTS 
Compiei* Von,« Analy$l$ 
CALL COLLECT 
(714) 623-1220 
K KAR RADIO STATION 
1438 PHILLIPS, POMONA 
6220411 
623-1220 


LfAQS 
- 
L fc AOS 
- 
I EADS. 
Ar# vgu a d 
w 
We have un 
tinuied write m leads 
Last year 
our 
top 
men 
actually 
earned 
$77 M l 
62) '2634 
M fN fo work from service »ruck 
Or ygrs and helpers neeiM 
fgp 
stgrt ng 
wee*-, 
E «e« ytnmg 
for- 
ntshed Ha f Mod Pomona 
E X P E R l F q c E D man wanted 
to bandir truck fir# service, Start 
at 12 49 per hour 
Tim# and %■/ 
aver 
40 hr. Pos.tkm 
now 
open. 
_ 
4Ì* 1044 
DRAFTSMAN 
Sheet M ru i and o«ll ot material 
nperxmce 
Advarcement op«.',.«!, 
hrty 
W AYPAT 
C O M P A N Y 
INC 
2436 Ch.to A v e , E l M onte. 
1313 ) 442 4240 ___ 
; TUTOR 
i X 
to 
• p m 
Mervday 
ttiru 
Thursday, 
Assist 
BOVS 
HOME «»udenti w ith v t-col work 
»2 19 per hr 
Cottege g< ad or «fu 
dent Call for apoomtment 
— 
***-1227^ 
SPRAY PAINTER 
With 
broad 
knowledge of 
namS- 
mg techniques and ipeoat tlnilB- 
t* on electfomc equipment 
Apply 
Morquordt Industrial 
Product* Co. 
9271 Anrow t Hwy,( 
Cucamonga 
An E 9« * (ippgrtuni* r Emptevsr 
(Contlnu« i N ix l Pago) 


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o 
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r 
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s 
s 
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Page 8, Sec. 3 
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—— 


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/ 
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y 


THE PEOPLE'S MARKET PLACE FOR THE ENTIRE POMONA VALLEY-622-1201 -986-8688 


Help Wtd. Male 


( C o n t i n u e d f r o m 


P r e v io u s P a g e ) 


F rid a y E v e n in g , F e b ru a ry 14, 1 9 6 9 
9 Help Wtd. Male 
9 Help Wtd. Male 


¡EXPERIENCED 
Service 
Í W Ion I F U L L 
and 
part 
tim e 
G rill 
and 
Mechante 
wanted. 
Apply 
in 
per-j Counter jsersonne!, Auply 
¡n per- 


COOK WITH 
BROILER 
EX PE R I­ 
ENCE PREFERRED. 
ROBBIE'S RESTAURANT 


son. 2105 N Towne. 
_________ 


S A L E S M A N 
Lumber 
and 
building 
materials. 


9 Help Wtd. Female 
10 Help Wtd. Female 
10 Lie. Child Care 
14 Houses 


M E D IC A L A S S IS T A N T 
| 
* N u r s e r y S c h o o ls 
son 56ft E. Foothill Blvd 


18 


MACHINISTS 


• 
E N G IN E L A T H E 


• 
TU R R E T L A T H E 


• 
C H U C K E R 
DAY SHIFT 
P n e u D ra u lic s , In c . 
8f|1 CENTRAL, MONTCLAIR 


TOW TRUCK 
DRIVER 
Insurance benefits, car furnished 
Reply stating a§e 
past experience. 
and salary desired to Box 
7107. 
. . . . 
. , 
Progress-Bulletin. 
! Must be experienced AAA driver. 
_ 
t ---------------- 
Excellent 
pav 
plan 
Permanent 
S A L E S M E N 
Position. Company benefits 
Apply 
Sell 
what 
everybody 
wants 
- 1 r ^ & T v 
7 , 7 » s Si? n K ft}!* 
COLOR 
TV. 
No soliciting 
Qua).-! Claremont 
H 
ted appointments 
made 
tor 
y o u --------------- 


PHONE GIRL 
Mature 
woman, 
part 
time 
eve- 
________ ________ 
nines, 
no 
experience 
necessary Doctors 
office, 
must 
be 
exper-; 
a BLUEBIRD SCHOOL 4 
Will 
tram 
Call 
Mrs 
Testa 
at .enced 
Salary depending on quale; 
Open Mon thru Friday 7-5:30 
623-648? or 
986 3881 
10 I 
Salary i,cations. 
Call 
Shirly 
at 
628-30271 
640 E. Pasadena, NA 9-8440 
P»«*.bonus. 
i >or interview. 



LICENSED child 
care, 
hot 
lunch 
IMMED. 
Opening 
for 
experienced; 
TELLER 
{ end snacks, nr St. M adeline and 
Credit Checker typists Finance Coj f=or 
savings 
and 
loan 
Minimum Kingsley 
Schoo]sI 
Pomona. 
2 
yrs 


GENERAL 


ANYONE CAN BUY 
REPOSSESSIONS 
>ROO 


Houses 
18 Houses 
18 


Cash in on vour direct sales ex- 
oerince 
now! 
$400 
a 
week 
pos­ 
sible 
Call collect or direct 623- 
4421 or 522-6160 


" ! t d P m u trn rü rmaVn °JE R R Y ^ t r É Í 


R E S P O N S IB L E 


F A M IL Y M A N 


In c o m e R a n g e 


, 
2-3-4 BEDROOM HOMES 
___ . 
_ 
, 
, . _ 
______ 
_ _ 
ipsiey 
Schools, 
Pomona. 
2 
yrsi 
LOW DOWN — OR NO DOWN 
or bank exper required 
Age no * months expetience, Savings and, old and up. 622 84*0 
BUY NOW — SAVE MONEY I 
barrier, Call Mr 
Papa tor appt 
Loan 
or 
bank. 
Salary 
com 
. D, A V l l . T r c n B ¿ r / - iiA e v i 
VA sells its property 
McKay Finance 623 J58! 
| mensúrate 
with 
experience 
Top W “ L A Y M A I E 5 P R E S C H O O L 
without discrimination 
benefits. 
Write 
Progress Bulletin; Chino, 
Montclair, 
S 
Pma 
Prof 424'° ° 14 
Y u 3-3411 
I teachers. 
</, or 
all day. 
628-6929Í 
A D V A N C E R E A L T Y C O 
IM M E D IA T E H IR IN G 
--------------------------------------------------------- 


C a s h ie r- S to c k C le rk 
Closing 
experienced 
preferred 
must be fast and accurate 
Hours; 
inusi ur I as. a..u w « . r 
c r. 
n n . r a . x r , . « . . . . . . . - w 
„ 
4730 Holt Blvd., M ontclair 
«/5;3c 
5,h S , 
^ Pn m 
i01 
Pleasant telephone work from our L IC . 
R C S t 
H o t t l f S 
I S u 
/ i v i v 
a 
> -i • a . , _ 
W. Second. 
10 a.m. 
I P.m. 
office for 
National 
Publishers. 
4- _____________________ 
__ ^ V A N T A C ^ H A M C ^ F ^ 
4 
6 
hrs 
per 
day 
Your 
choice 
of (LADIES 
home 
awav 
from 
home 
^ 
v . u n n v 7 L . 
hr 
salary 
or_ commission. Quiet, 
good 
food, 
OAS 
welcome 
I w o m a n 
needed 
to 
care 
tor 
... 
! school-age children. H o u r s 1:30- 
$ t.*i 
6 p.m. Ref'S. 629-5533. 
| Call 
622-5121 
or 
627-4641. 


T ru c k D riv e rs 


a n d F o rk L ift O p r ’ s 


ERS SUREFIT, 623 3414 
$ 8 5 0 to $ 1 2 0 0 p e r m o . 
BABYSITTER in my home 
7:30 to AIDES, 3 to 11 shift and 11 to 7 


A U T O M E T A L M A N 
Grow with a new business in the! f i ? L p 
h ? a¥$' 0wT) transp0f-| shift. Convalescent Hospital.' 
Pnmnnj AnfArU, 
Ar«. 
íí,,,. 
fcZ I TaTIOn. 5V3 66 V 6 


Immediate 
openings. 
Permanent.' 
Also r e t a i I 
lumber 
salesman, 
paint, 
plumbing 
and 
electrical I 
sales 
APPLY MR GRUNDSTROM 
12260 East Garvey, El Monte 
or ph (2131 443-4953 for apprnt 


ONTARIO 
CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH 
1(725 N. Mountain Ave., Ontario 
See Waily or Andy 


Pomona-Ontario 
area, 
Must 
be 
mah.,'re and have references, For 
appt call (714) 623-6429. 
P a rk A v e . H o s p ita l 
R N 
11-7, 
O.B. 


S T O C K R O O M M A N A G E R 


APPRENTICE 
mechanic 
wanted, 
¡og’w m mi- 
j tor 
Haricv-Davison 
motorcycles : 629 4033 for appf._------------- -------- 
FURNITURE 
delivery 
and 
other 
Apply 
H-D 
in 
Pomona 
1241 
W 
O A D M A in C W A N JTFfl 
related 
d u t ie s 
Many 
benefits 
HC|i Pomona 
d A K M A IU o W A i N lt lJ 
Koopmans 
Furniture 
5158 
H o l t r g, s SCREW machine o p e ra to r’ 
$175 WK GUARANTEED 
Blvd., Montclair 
626 8414_________Mm 5 years expenence. Apply in| 
623-4524 
person, 
1492 
E 


WANTED 
Barmaids make 
up to 
i 
. 
,. u 
$300 
1471 w 
Mission Blvd., Pom- 
and 
float, 
call 0fla 
«33-9140 


*29-8553 
qutef home. Ambulatory 
ladies. Good food, xlnf care. P ri­ 
vate and semi-private and couples, 
OAS welcome. (213) 
ED 1-7508 
VACANCY. 
Master 
bdrm , 
priv 
bath for couple cr 2 ladles. Am- 
¡WIG Stylist with experience need- 1 bL,|0,ory or non-amb. Call 628 0925 
ed 
immediately. 
Good 
starting LOVELY 
Ige 
rms, 
bath 
outside 
salary 
623 3816 


1?Jia 2 Zf S S F Z S S * 
* ho 
I n c it e d 
b e c Ä T ™ 
* * ” 
,° " îo 
! Bs^ 
tUT^ ñ d aNy and "w e ^ k d ^ nighto 


T E L E P H O N E S U R V E Y 


ent, patio, gd meals, 
indiv care 
as 
needed, 
983-4816 or 
628-9897 


has opening for stock room man 
ater. 
Stock 
room experience de- npCA „ arv 
We 
w ill 
train 
vou 
sired 
Send Resume to P O. Box 
we 
w,n 
Train 
Vl,u- 


is Interested in becoming 
career Bankers Lite man. Exp not 
G U A R D S 
Call Manager, 593-5110 


2506 
Montclair 
POS 
AN 
EQUAL OP­ 
PORTUNITY EMPLOYER 
Starting income up to S80C a mo 
Liberal 
training 
allowance 
and 


auaIiaki. 
¡n 
p . „ _ n. 
RN or LVN tor 3-11 and 11-7 shift. 
C a fc m ie c tn la f 462-5194 
Full 
or 
part 
time. 
22 
bed 
ex 
Call collect (213) 46,-519« 
| tf>nde<J care f«cuity. Mature worn 


HELMS 
BAKERIES 


company benefits. P rase call Garv GENERAL Machinist, 
must 
make; an preferred Call 593-1218. 
C 
Olson, The Bankers 
Life. 62* own setup. 
If 
not dependable do 
n. rt 
tirTW> 
M ,,,. 
h„ 
i 
ex. 
ooc_'17ji 
*/x Hierntc 
*H«a n/>t 
Aonlv 
P A f P namoFkr ina 
1001 ™AITKcS5, part 
Ttm6 . 
MUST 
p© 
21. 
Apply 
in 
person, 
Greene's, 
386 W Holt, Pomona 
6504 
O' 
985-2741 
to 
discuss 
the 
not apply „Pace Engineering, 1093 
possibility 
of 
you 
becoming 
as 
sociated 
with 
an old 
and 
repu 


E s ta b lis h e d r o u te s a v a il. 


E a rn w h ile y o u t r a in 


C o m p a n y p a id b e n e fits 


5 - d a y w e e k 


P a id V a c a tio n 


table 
life 
insurance^ company 
COOK wanted, Day shift. Sundays 
and holidays off 
Must be sober 
and 
energetic 
Open 
for 
inter­ 
view. 
Salary open. Village G rill, 
148 Yale. Claremont. 


Industrial St., Pomona. 


★ D riv e rs W a n t e d ★ 
Fub or Part Time 
★ P a id B o n u s ★ 


T r o p ic a l Ic e C re a m 
Reservoir and Second St. 


| DOCTORS Office needs exp Medi­ 
cal 
Assistant 
and 
X-Ray Techni- 
» clan. (Lie not nec) 
Ref's requir­ 
ed 
Salary open 
Write Box 7104, 
Progress-Bulletin 


Need 
ladies 
part 
time to do 
telephone work at home or of­ 
fice. Hourly waqe, plus bonuses 
We train. No exper nec. Apply 
between 
10 and 
i 
p m 
daily. 
214 West " E " St., Ontario. Ask 
for M r. Suda 


Dressmaking 
17 


Fresh 
air 
and 
beautiful 
hills 
surround 
this 
country 
club 
home in Corona. Only 20 min 
from General Dynamics of Or- 
ange County 4 bedrooms 
and 
TV—study with 2Va baths. For­ 
mal dining, tree standing fire ­ 
place, 
qualify 
decor 
thruout. 
A ir 
conditioned 
Priced 
well. 
Owner anxious. $33,900. 
J. C. Knight (24 hrs) 6264)388 
CIRCLE THIS 


m' h* Alteration, Dressmaking 
Formals Reasonable. 
NA 9-9269 


d e n t a l receptionist 
Experienced. 
A lte r a t io n s - D r e s s m a k in g 


£ £ * toalaP0St SeOff,ce0m Boie 2?72~ n 
^ 
r u 
^ 
i v 
- ^ 
r . ^ 
. “ ^ 1 ° 
Real Estate For Sale 
★ M E D IC A I S E C T Y * 
Now 
interviewing 
for 
exp 
secty U m iC A r 
X-Rav trans man n y U S e S 


4 B E D R O O M S 
Then phone Advance Realty to 
see 
this 
fine 
4 
bedrm 
hnm# 
alt newly decorated in and out. 
A real fam ily size back yard 
with 
plenty 
of 
space 
for the 
kids to play. 
$450 DOWN 
Pay 
$110 
monthly 
Including 
both Principle and Interest. 


Dictaphone and X-Rav trans man 
datory. $400. K & K Employment 
18 
BLUE RIBBON 


WANTED 
Power sewing machine 
A9encv< 
445 
N. 
Garey, 
Pomona. 
I operators on 
ladies dresses. 
Ex-i 
_______629-2531 
Sample Maker 


MeS 
edot°nC a l S a aP?247 ^ M A T U R E 
Ladles 
(30-45) 
free 
to 
Brooks, Ontario 
w 'j travel,. to_ work 
with 
lady 
man 


B E A U T Y O P E R A T O R S 


Small Investment Required 
(refundable) 


C A L L 3 3 5 - 7 8 1 2 
Between 6 and 10 a m. 
for interview 


SR 
ACCOUNTANT 
with 
3 
to 
5 
yrs 
exp 
for 
general 
ledger 
ti 
nancial statements, payroll income 
♦axes 
or 
CAP 
with 
3 
to 
5, 
years 
practical 
exp. 
Salary 
to 
$15,000. 
Fee paid. 
Call 
K 
8, 
Kl 
Employment 
A g e n c y , 
445 
N. 
Garey, Pomona, 629-2531__________ ; 
TOP 
MACHINERY 
MECHANICS 
$3.25 to $6 .CO plus Per 
hr, 
Call 
K & K Employment Agency, 445 
N. Garey, Pomona 
629-253! 
BORED? Just working for a "liv- 
cc „nt.finn no«, 
"■ 
i >•’«>* 
ing"_? _ Boss 
doesn t 
understand ^ 
Busfnesf ^Wschfnes 
Office WAITRESS, 
evenings, 
reliable,, 


GENCRAL 


Make prototypes of small mech­ 
anical 
and 
electro * mechani­ 
cal devices. 5 vears minimum 
experience required. Submit re­ 
sume 
with 
salary 
history 
to 
Box 7103. Progress Bulletin. 


No Dn. Anyone 
ager 
in 
Rural 
Areas and 
small 
towns. Interested in sales, but no 
_ 
sales experience necessary, Train- 
Matr or female 
Open nights and 
mg 
program 
and 
transportation w c t c d a k ic 
« i m i 
,_ _ 
Sunday New license 
ok 
High furnished 
See 
Mrs. 
McDonald, 
I C K A N o A D M . O W N E D 
stylist 
can make 
$150 week 
and Pala Motel, Cnlno, after 6:30 eve- 
UP. 623-6392 
i nings. 
Please 
No 
Phone Calls. . 
WAITRESSES 
wanted, 
experienced 
desired Apply Van DeKamps, 5210 
Moreno, 
Montclair. 
Interview 
3-5 
S ilk F in is h e r 
1641 N Garev, Pomona 


f 
TS ro ,m h L 
Equipm ent'"’— 
SuwHes^ Salesmen; mature 
Apply 
1280 E 
t,onôl 
ccrp 
has 
opening^ for 
2 
distribute 
retail 
leading 
lines ! tween 11-3 P.m.___ 
tot interview 
e_la 
r *i«ic»vinn 
« 
50 
uisffiuufe 
m a n 
905 1 Arrow Highway, San Dimas 
! 
_ 
_ 
.,_n 
fl. of Electrostatic copiers, Dictating 
- — !— — 
--------r— r -------:--------- :-------- ! 
* # » O L PP««- 
Call 
M r. 
Moore 
at| calculating (also 
electronics) Ma 
Chines 
in 
San 
Bernardino and 
★ S a le s & S e rv ic e ★ 
i 624-soai tor *ppt 


Holt, be .BEER 
Bar. Swinginq younger gal 
for neighborhood tavern 
No cos- 
\ / 1v/ 1 a i, ic , , , \rx p ,v a / a drx 
fum e. 
4 
p m . 
to 
10 p.m. 
$1.75 
V IV I A N E W O O D W A R D 
an hr. Call 6269025 


3 
& 
4 
BR, 
built-ins, 
newly 
decorated, fenced, 2-car garage. 
»115 and up per month. Nomi- 
hal closing cost and impounds. 
Why pay 
rent. 
You get deed 
GOVERNMENT. 


$495 me. 
guarantee 
Plus 
comm. SEJ * VJ,CK. station 
attendant 
want- 
Riv 
side counties 


8 8 » ? fi? M 
V 
S 
S 
T 
t S 
S 
g u a r a n t e e d s a l a r y 
Opening 
For 
appointment call: 
AUTO 
Mechanic 
Must 
t>e 
all 
t° 
mo^ 
commis 
593-1595 
i around 
man 
for 
aualitv 
w ork. »^n 
tor 
proven 
references 
Ap 
T T T T T T — L i / M 
k r i e _ L ■ Guaranteed 
salary. 
51? 
yy. 
Holt, 
, 
684-1 8« for cont den 
★ MALE M O D E LS * Or* S reD ick _ 
m .«terv,ew 
Assistant Trainee 


from 
_ . ___ _______ 
(Located Throughout Valley) 
VA sells without discrimination 
R U B Y 
R E A L T Y 
105 
S. 
Garey, 
Pomona 
679-9444 


Sharp 
3 
bedroom 
home 
with 
I 3« 
baths. 
Features 
such 
as: 
hardwood floors, forced air heat 
and dining area. Wide 
lot 
all 
fenced. 2 car garage with wide 
swing drive. 
Near Shopping Center 
V A C A N T 
QUICK POSSESSION 
$1.600 total 
down payment In­ 
cluding costs 
Take over monthly payments 
Phone for more details 


COZY 


C O S M E T IC S 
E X P E R . 
L E G A L SEC 
Needs 
women 
to 
tram 
as 
Pro- 
Full 
or 
part 
time 
Salary 
open w n r s c i 
u n u c e r n n C A ir 
fessional 
make 
up 
consultants. 
Reply Box_7097, Progress-Bulletin. 
M C J M to F O R S A LE 
*« BARMAIDS wanted. Full t.'me 
noj 


2 BEDROOM home 
with spa­ 
cious living room, Fam ily size 
kitchen has built-in range and 
oven. Covered patio breezeway 
leads to the garage. 
Good area, schools and shopping 


$25 half day. S-ze 
16-46 
long 
Shirts, 
coats 
and 
pants 
tor 
men's 
fashion mag Some 
TV 
comm 
at $31.10 per show. No 
2060 
Pat 
Quinlan 
Agency 
599-4211 
559 S. 
Barranca 
Covina 


Government Appraised at 
$14.000 
... 
_ 
.. 
r , « 
NO DOWN TO GI 
olo, 
<- ,jr *$ 
for 
advancement 
Apply 
Harris 
P611?? 
offered 
for 
sale 
including 
$450 Down on FHA terms. Pav 
599-5293 or (213 ) 966-9381__________ 
Tavern, 2625 N. Garev. 593-5818 I lavish 
carpets, 
wall 
paper, 
dra ! 
$103 
monthly 
including 
both 
pery, 
landscaping, 
patio 
covers,! 
Principle and Interest. 
DELIVERY 
DRIVER-SALES 


. 
C A e ^ io is I M O D E L S ★ 
HOUSE KEEFER baby sitter. 
Live-in ^ 
r 'hu ft in, 
Help Wtd. Female 
10 
^ i,5° mo S 
r 
l 
* _______ 
5' 
9 
$10 
per 
show 
mm, 
Im- 
c 
nanctng. 
Hurry? 
Don t miss 
this 
LVN 
for p.m. shift. Call 626 3654, 
, 8 a.m. to 2 o m . or 985 5927 be- 
* fwem 5 p m and 8 p m. 


BRANCH MANAGER TRAINEE 
Dynamic growing 
Loan 
Company Wp neec> 
ps„ fimp 
m „ n 


ORTHODONIST assistant part time 
30 35 
Lab experience 
or 
abmtv 
; to learn essential. *23-7888 


mediate bookings in local 
shows 
u f cnee 
In 
a 
life 
time 
chance 
to 
(The 
Harg-UP 
Play 
Girl Fash- 
Retirement 
Home, 
Clmt. 
Non 
purchase 
l 
of 
California's 
mosfj 
Ions, Barrister's, Montclair Plaza, i!TP 
a^ « » 21 
a iy ? rsp 
* s i* n' beautifully 
done 
model 
homes 
Islam ann. 
Bonds. 
TnP 
ir iiv *'<)' 
NA 6-75-8. NA 6-37 I_________ 
Homes 
are 
3 
and 
4 
bedrooms,! 
Roger, 
Family 
Tree, 
The Dutch DOCTORS 
Office 
needs 
Medical 2 bafhs «"d fam ily room. 
Door, Po se N 'lvy, T & j Restau-i Secretary - Receptionist. 
Must be; , 
'ant. House of Nine, etc.) 
Exper exp 
in 
insurance 
billing, 
typing, k u l a iio n 
_ Gienmeade 
Homes.: 


6 2 4 - 0 0 1 4 


GENERAL 


GOVERNMENT 


R E P O S S E S S IO N S A L E S 


V A S e lls P r o m p t ly 


2 , 3 , a n d 4 B e d ro o m s 
SOME AS LITTLE AS 
$ 1 0 0 M o v e s Y o u In 


CHINO 


u" QUALITY BU ILT i> 


ALL IM M ED IATE AREAS 
ANYONE CAN BUY 
P ric e s S ta r t A t 


$ 7 5 0 0 
QUICK POSSESSION 
C A L L A G E N T 


6 2 6 - 8 5 9 7 , 9 8 4 - 1 7 6 1 


m 
m 
ft, 5 bedrms. Ranch Style 
overMze garage, 
ccv- 
Pf ll° ' .,,flm ily y m , 
sunken 
iving 
rm , 
air 
cond. 
dlchondra 
lawn, 4 yr old, plus many more 
features, prim e location, outstand­ 
ing value $27,950. By Owner. 
628-5741 


N e w 1 9 6 8 H o m e s 
Exciting patio kitchens, cathe­ 
dral ceilings, FHA VA, Cai-Vef 
financing. 
New 
unit starting, 
w ill 
customize 
for 
you. 
4 
model 
homes. 
12658 Ramona 
Ave. 


IT ’ S T H E BEST 
Vacant, sparkling ranch home. 
Huge 
Irees and 
high 
fencing 
Big 
lot. 
Must 
be 
' j 
acre. 
Luxurious 
inside. 
3 
Ige 
bed- 
rms. 
Big 
living 
and 
dining 
colorful 
well designed kitchen. 
It 
has everything. 
Good 
loca­ 
tion. 
Full 
price $12,950. 
Down 
payment 
$400 
Including 
costs 
and impounds. 
Pay $87.16 per 
mo Including P and I. 
D E L A N E Y R E A L T Y 


★ C O U N T R Y L I V I N G * 
WODESN DESIGN 
— up to date 
1,900 sq. ft. 
storage - 
2 story, 
4 Bdrms, plus din rm . Many built- 
ins, carpeted, draped, fenced and 
Landscaped. 
$31,000 
XLNT 
TERMS, Bello Realty 624-7674 or 
982 8844 


6 2 7 - 3 5 2 9 


$ 1 5 5 0 D O W N 


T A K E O V E R P A Y M E N T S 


V A C A N T 
QUICK POSSESSION 


5 B e d r o o m s , 3 B a th s 


F IN E S T C H I N O L O C A T IO N 


★ E x c e lle n t F in a n c in g ★ 
5 
Bedroom, 3 
Baths, A ir 
condi­ 
tioned. Landscaped 
Draped, buiit- 
ins. Just 3 years old. 
$24,950 


L E W IS H O M E S 


6 2 7 - 3 7 1 7 
E v e s 6 2 4 - 7 2 3 1 


CLAREMONT 


You can't go 
wrong 
with 
this p" POOL, CLMT, total cost anyone 
3 
bedroom 
home. 
Near 
schools 
$1400 and take over low int FHA 
and shopping. 
: loan. 
Assume $17,100 
loan. 
Total 
3 
bedrooms, 
hdwd 
floors 
and; price, 
$18,500 
3 
huge 
bedrrm, 
carpeting Forced A ir Heat. 
; extra 
Ige living area with beaut 
Wide 
lot 
— 
all 
fenced, 
w ith! nylon 
cptg, panels of glass open- 
plenty of space for camper, etc,! mg 
to 
completely 
end 
rear 
vd 
etc. 
! with custom pool, give us a call, 
Agt 623-4381. 
_ 
_________ 
CUSTOM 3 bedrm 
home. 
Ige liv- 
D A C C C 
mg 
room, 
firepl, 
dining 
room, 
•V V -/0 1 .0 
drapes, 
w-w 
carpeting 
N 
of 
In 
the 
front 
yard 
Is 
all 
yob 
Baseline. NA 6-7474 or NA 6-6421, 
need to make this your 
CLARABOYA. 
W ill 
lease. 
3 
BR. 
DREAM HOME 
\ 2' i 
ba, 
liv rm , firepl, fam rm , 
2 large bedrooms, fam ily sized 
kitchen, din rm . Cptd, drpd, land- 
kitchen 
with 
blt-in 
range 
and! sc, sprkl. 621-2162______________ 
A 
spacious 
living 
oven 
A 
spacious 
living 
room tfV Q W N E R -3 M drm s. lla bath. 
Covered breeze way patio sets off; central air cond, large den, car- 
«farS^ u u iru tAUS rvxuuu 
! pe,> 
drapes 
pool, 
block 
wall 
$i4,000 WITH $450 DOWN 
fence. 
Owner 
carries 
1st. Trust 
Pay 
$100 
mo 
including both, 
D P e d 
NA 
9-3119 
during week. 
NA 6-5565 after 9 p m, Sunday. 
principal and interest, 
NO DOWN TO VETERANS 


DIRTY FACE 


6- PIEDMONT MESA * 
Custom 
4 
bdrm 
plus 
pool. 
2150 
so ft, excel terms, see owner at 
4763 
La 
Junta, 
weekends. 
(213) 


ADVANCE 


offers outstanding future 
in 
Con- 
«,edia*elv 
6 t o io p'n'* Nn*exoer' 
N rE D curses aide tor 2 
,,-nce 
or 
w illing 
*n 
train. 
Also! medical terminology- Refs reoutr- 
corner 
of 
Pipeline 
and 
Carbon 
sumer 
Finance 
Ape .cants 
must 
n, f 
A g e '« W 19 end hav» valid 
2'9£ m 
»'n i t"“? ! , 
!? * r,q fSr 4:ris Wl,.h xVm ?.bi 
S3 
Sa'ar^ ,?pen 
Write Box 7105, 
of Hiohw avSt'n 
n°' 
Wesf 
be 
21, 
have 
car. 
Good 
starting 
Calif dnver's License 
I - 
626 .3654 _ 
lity for director at Universal Stu 
Progress-Bulletm______ 
: of Highway 71. 


“ * » • 
T ,,m 
HOUR 
5 8 5 
S " ^ 
"C A U t o T H E C O L O R S ! 
n r s V F P K im p k it n w 
u m 


REALTY 
4730 Holt Blvd., Montclair 


ing 
program 
guarantees 
regular 
salary 
increases 
For 
interview 
phone: Mr. Musick at 673-5791. 
F IR E S ID E T H R IF T 
295 Pomona Mall West 
_ 
_ 
Pomona, Calif 


• 
T W O S A L E S M E N 
• 
Put yourself in a position 
where vou never 
H A V E T O 
L O O K 
for work again 
Are you intwesfed in a 
P E R M A N E N T P O S IT IO N 


W IT H 
A 
N A T IO N A L L Y 


K N O W N C O M P A N Y . 
Ara vou mterasted In earmng 
M O R E M O N E Y 
than you ever have in vour life 
Are vou interested in building 
LIFE T IM E S E C U R IT Y F O R 


Y O U R S E L F A N D F A M IL Y . 
Are you interested in 
advancement iudged 
B Y 
A B IL IT Y 
not seniority 
C E R T IF IE D 
LIFE 
known as the famous 
W H IT E C R O S S P L A N 
w ill give you complete 
training if you are chosen 
B O N A F ID E L E A D S 
w ill be furnished 
N O C A N V A S S IN G 
Salary or commission available 


C A L L 6 2 3 - 6 5 9 4 


Sarah 
Coventry" Jwty]! c m 
Studio 
Seven 
A rtists' 
Man 
ood 
income. 
Flexible h/s - F o r «jiement, Covina. (213) 331-97QQ 
| Lipstick and colors! Bath powders 
cont ,ntvw can 626-2911, *¿4-6537 
M F F n F Y T D A 
C A QM 
ir rainbow hues 
leg makeup that 
e -e " IM M EDIATE opening for col- 
INCCU C A II' a L-TkOn 
shimmers! 
AVON 
- 
o« 
course, 
lection 
clerk 
Experienced 
pre-: Represent 
Watkins 
Products 
in Show and sell in your free 
time, 
, ferred. No calls apply in person 
vour 
neighborhood 
Sell 
not only 629-2587 or 986-6671 
M O N D A Y th r u S A T U R D A Y 
O ed,t Bureau 
of Ontario 
215 N cosmetics but household items and 
_______ Ask tor M r. Gotd________ ................................................................................................................................. 
W HO SAYS A M AN 
Applv a,,tr 6 :l" w 
Rei,,er' 6294,475 


G O V E R N M E N T O W N E D 


H O M E S F O R S A LE 


V A - F H A 
COKELEY 


n e o * j i n i 
With 
a 
heart of 
gold 
(or 
the 
TO J - J 4 I O 
one who can pamt and wants to 
SAVE MONEY. 
This 3 bedroom home 
is w ait­ 
ing tor xomeor*' to give it some 
loving care 
LOW PRICE OF $12.800 
$400 DOWN TO ANYONE 
NO DOWN TO VETERANS 
LOW DOWN TO 
COLD WAR VETERANS 
Pay $95 monthly including prin­ 
cipal and interest. 


342 7568 
CLAREMONT 
No 843 
- 3 bdrm, F rm 
m 
b 
$34.900 
No 751 
- 3 bdrm. F rm 
P« B, 
pool 
$34,900 
No 428 
- 4 bdrm , F rm 
2>'j B 
133,950 
No. 862 
- 3 bdrm . 1*4 B 
Cent 
AC 
$24,500 
No 873 - 
4 bdrm, F rm 
1 3 4 B 
»32.500 


4 B E D R O O M S 


coxmencs dut nousprioio iiems ana 
, 
. _ », 1« n e r n . r ie iL . 
r 
health aids 
No quotas to 
meet 
★ A D M IN IS T R A T IO N ★ 


OVER 40 C A N ’T 
MAKE MONEY? 


1626 W. Mission, Pomona 
DRUG 
store 
clerk, 
exper. 
only 1 
j Apply In person. Hendricks Phar-i 
i rnacy« 306 Yale Ave., Claremont I 


R E C O R D C LER K 
To handle incoming and outgoing: 
Don't 
you 
believe It! 
We 
can: freight 
records 
in 
Stock 
room i 
show 
vou 
records 
of 
scores 
ofi Experience 
not 
necessary. 
Send* 
men 
who 
are 
earning 
$800 
to 
Resume to P.O. Box 2506, Mont-1 
$1200 a month 
Just as important, Clair. 
AN 
EQUAL 
OPPORTUNI-! 
the company they work for is a 
TY EMPLOYER 
___ 
. * « ' s,A n,i11.. toc* 1, 
^B A B Y S ITTE R wanted for 3’child- 
with a »-year history of .ntegirty 
dren 
s w a_m 
}0 2 45 p m . 
and success. You w ill be thorough 
day 
624 4249 
ly trained to 
present 
a 
needed,: 
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' 
appreciated service right 
her*- 
in 
Jvf,.. 
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Southern 
California 
No 
iravei 
w * 1 
101« 
, No 
investment. 
No experience --------------- NA 2-7011 o r_NA3-9U5 
, 
I necessary. AH vou need is a car PART 
time 
work 
— 
full 
time 
I and the willingness to follow curl earnings 
Instructing 
others 
ini 
! t'aining 
program. 
Your 
m aturity: Tri-Chem Liauid Embroidery Dec-i 
I* an asset — and 
here's 
vourj orating. 
Earn 
while 
you 
learn, 
j opportunity to cash in with digm-i Cali 593-5775 
i 
lied employment in personal coun 
! seling. 
For 
detailed 
information 
New$paper Dealership 
see: 
! Opening 
in 
th f 
Upland Ontario 
I area 
to 
supervise 
carrier 
boys. 
! Between 1 p.m 
and 5 p.m. Sun- 
Must be Bondabie and have eco 
! dav, February 16, 1969 — 
j nomicai 
car 
Call 
Los 
Angeles 
! Herald 
Examiner, 
M r. 
Splnelli, i 
! M r 
Ottley at the Pomona V alley1 982^2919. _______________ 
I Inn, 2180 Valley 
Blvd., 
Pomona 
BABYSITTER and light housekeeV 


Mr. ^Etherlngton 
, t 
the 
Holiday 
^ 
6wn 
^ 
| 


We have men making 
in excess 
one block wes?of^Grand 
~ 
,or 
“ In /. 
a# o flM 
mnnfh 
vau 
it 
citizen 
couple* 
Own 
room 
and _ 
_ 
to 
yourself to talk to 
me. Apply. Mr. Tutor at the Westerner Motor 
5L00b 
..Y - ■’ 
!r‘v>’. 
y t_ 2J28 
1 6 2 4 O r a n g e t h o r p e W a y 
In 
person 
10 a m fc 3 p.m. only 
Hotel, 
¡61 
Colorado Place, Area- RECEPTIONIST, switchboard 
ope' 
499 E. Rowland, Covina 
d a. 
ator 
typing and 
10 k<» 
adding, 
A n a n e im 
Suite 483 or 491 B G. Myers 
1 
1 mschine *--»per to age 25 
595 1251 
An Equal Opportunity Employer 


Redecorated 
Inside and out. Low 
down payments, low Interest rates, 
choc e 
vour ov.n hou' 
Call Mrs 
p 
_ 
mmnjinv ha« '« b m Im ! ¡o^ thonthiv 
payments. All govern 
^ 
4 30 8j k 
; ■ 09f iv 
company 
nas opening ment owned 
homos 
sold 
without 
tor executive 
secty 
with 
strong discrimination. 
Call 
for 
informa- 
t-gure 
aptitude 
Ref's 
req, 
$500 ! fion, NA 3-3441 
K 
fc K 
Employment Agency, 445; 
N Garey, Pomona. 629-2531 
TEMPORARY 
ASSIGNMENTS 


6- Homo Assemblers é 
Novelty 
items 
income 
opportu­ 
nity. Send stamped self addressed 
envelope to Mi 
Art 
Post Office 
Box 781, Orange, 92666 


, 
4 Locations to Serva You 
Main Office 200 W Holt. Pomona 
2030 N GAREY, POMONA 
700 È FOOTHILL, POMONA 
8970 CENTRAL AVE., MTCLR. 


Rooms G alore 
Bedrooms 4 


In Pomona Area 


★ T Y P IS T S 


★ S E C R E T A R Y 


★ C LE R K 


★ 
K E Y P U N C H O P T R S 


★ 
R E P R O -T Y P IS T S 
A pply at: 
VOLT 


MODELS PART TIME 
Married 
or 
»ingle 
17-45 
yr*. 
Mode! 
clothes 
be»w 
10 
a m 
and 2 p m, $5 hr inexperienced 
considered. No 2353. 
Pat Qumian Agency 
599-4211 
: 599 S 
Barranca 
Covina 


BOB 
pS. 


R E G IS T E R E D N U R S E S 
R E A L T O R S 
N A 3 - 3 4 4 1 


Sprawling 
early 
California 
cedar 
rustic 
style 
home on 
large country lot. Away from 
toe 
hustia 
and 
bustle 
of 
downtown. 
Roomv 
Interior 
features 
hdwd fir», w - w carpeting, 
queens 
kitchen 
with 
bilt-in 
range 
and 
oven 
4 bedmns, 
l l * 
baths, 
we 
could 
go on 
and on. 
FULL 
PRICE 
ONLY 
»16,- 
760, 
NO 
MONEY 
DN 
TO 
VETS. LOW. LOW DN FHA, 
ABOUT $D8 PER MO INCL 
BOTH PRINCIPAL AND INT. 
Full 
time reg 
Nurses needed 
3 
to 11, and part time 11 to 7 
For 
small 34 bed Hospital. Vaned ex-1 
perience 
beneficial. 
Contact Mrs.! 
Cohn from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p m. 
at 624-5045 


5 BEDROOMS 


$450 DOWN 
PAV $!C0 MONTHLY 
INCLUDING PRINCIPAL 
AND INTEREST 


SUBMIT YOUR TRADES 


O P E N E V E R Y D A Y 


2 0 S a le s m e n to S e rv e Y o u 
CLAREMONT OFFICES 
¡45 N. Indian H ill 
813 W. Foothill 
N A 4 - 3 5 2 1 
N A 4 - 3 5 6 1 
24 
Hours 


624-0014 YU 3-3418 
ADVANCE REALTY 
N O W 
UNITED 


Real Estate 


iGENEHAHTi 
f 
R 
E A 
L T 
Y ' ” c 
I 


PRIME CLMT. LOCATION! 


Price $36,500 


$17,500 
S 
huge 
bedrooms. 
North 
of 
Foothill, 
2 
full 
baths, 
bright 
¡H O U SE K E EPE R Babysitter. L've-in. 
red 
wall to 
wall 
carpeting 
' — 
------- 
“ 
IHf 
“ 
“ 
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— “ 
” 
Private room. 2 children. Nice Co- 
living 
and 
hail. 
Separate 
din- 
ooen. 
(213)i 


PERSONNEL 


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S H IW G E DIRECTORY 


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A A A A 
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vina 
Home. 
Salary 
I 332-7348.__ 
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_____ 
1 LOOK ING 
FOR 
G LAM OUR 
AND 
E X C IT E M E N T ? Women age 30-45 
interested 
in 
learning 
and 
teach­ 
ing 
professional 
make-up 
tech­ 
niques, 
contact 
Vivian« 
Woodard 
Cosmetics, 982-4728 
A T TR A C TIV E 
women. 
New 
plan. 
Guar 
income 
plus 
comm. 
P T. 
F-T 
Sml 
returnable 
dep 
req 
on 
demos. 
Mon W ed-Frl, 
10 
a m. 
to 
j l p m . Ovation Cos. 1031 w 
Holt 
W A N T E D - 
Barmaids make 
up 
to 
$300. 
1471 
W 
Mission 
Blvd., 
Po­ 
mona, 623-9140 


ing area, large patio, and built- 
in 
sunken 
gas 
Bar B-Q 
pit 
in 
backyard. 
The 
exterior 
of 
the 
house 
has 
aluminum 
siding. 
Need 
we 
say 
more 
at 
this 
price’ $17.900 
No down to Vets, 
low down FH A to anyone. 


W hatta Moose 
5 Bedrooms 


MONTCLAIR 
4730 HOLT BLVD. 


Near elementary and high school. 
3 
bedrooms, 
I'« 
baths. 
2 
stone 
fireplaces. Living Room and F a m ­ 
ily Room 
Electric built-in kitchen. 
Covered patio. Fenced yard. Spot­ 
less condition. 


Evelyn K rldler 
ALTA LOMA 


CITY RANCHER 


1 V4 ACRE 
You 
don't 
have 
to 
have 
a 
crystal bail to know this is a 
good 
buvl 
3 bdrm house, 
P« 
_ 
______ 
________ 
bath (the r* bath has iust been 
E X P E .R IF N C E D 
keypunch 
opera-| 
newly added). The entire prop- 
tors. Full or part time. Generous 
shift diterential 
P.O A 
Keypunch, 
252 San 
Lorenzo, 
Pomona 


2 
stories 
tall—on 
large 
cor- 
ner lot, excel N. Ontario loc. 
Shake 
shingle 
root, 
iust 
the 
right 
amount 
of 
used 
brick 
veneer. 
Rambling 
int 
with 
5 
bed- 
rms, l 3-« baths, 
long liv rm 
complemented 
by 
used 
brick 
firepl 
and 
richly 
paneled 
walls. 
Large 
fam ily 
dining 
area, 
spacious 
kitchen 
with 
r a n g e, 
oven, 
dishwasher, 
biender 
and lots of cabinets. 
Near schls and shopng 
FU LL 
PR IC E 
O NLY 
121.- 
950, ASSUME 
AN 
E X IS TIN G 
VA 
LOAN 
W ITH 
BAL 
OF 
$19,$00 AT TH E OLD 6°o IN - 
TEREST 
RA TE, 
H U R R Y , 
CAN'T LAST LONG. 


ALTA 
LOMA, 
high 
and 
dry. 
By 
owner. Beautiful 3 bedrm, 2 bath, 
2 oatios. carpets and drapes thru­ 
out. Owner will deal with sincere 
party. 987 1048 


4 Locations to Serve You 
Main Office ?oo w 
Holt, 
Pomona 
2030 N G A R E Y , POMONA 
700 E. FO O T H ILL. POMONA 
8970 C E N TR A L A V E ., M TC LR . 


CHINO 


BY 
OWNER 
3 
bdrm, 
! ’ ,• 
bath, 
hardwood firs, FA Heat, patio 
2 
car 
garage, 
ige 
lot 
50*8 
Wash-; 
mgton, Chino. 628-3288 
1 ACRE HORSE RANCH 
REALTORS 
NA 3-3441 


DOCTORS office, girl frtdev. Gen-! 
! eral duty. Answer in handwriting,' 
I giving 
references 
and 
experience 1 
| Either 
full 
or 
part 
tim e. 
Reply1 
to 
Box 
7110, 
Progress Bulletin. 
★ Waitress W anted ★ 


•Auto Service 
— C em ent W o rk 
— 
H o o t i n g 
•Tax Service 


REPAIRS — 
Elec 
Tuneup-brakes- 
lub«. Ken'» Std 
Oil Prds, 595-20». 
N r. cal Poly, across from M t. Sac. 
FREE EST. ON ANY JOB 
Furniture Van Type Truck 
B ILL M U R P H Y NA 9 *288 
I 
NA 2-0117 


Exp 
Cotte« 
Shop 
waitress. 
Dia-1 
mond 
Bar 
Country 
Club 
Coffee 
Shop. Call bet 
2 and 
3 p m 
I 
_ _ _ _ _ _ 
595-2277 


erty is fenced and cross fenced 
(or your privacy wllh cham link 
and it's zoned for horses 
Thg Detached garage 
brand 
new 
There 
are 
fruil 
trees, 
avocado, etc. In addition there 
are 
2 
cottages 
— 
1 
has 
1 
bdrm 
and 
the 
other 
has 
2 
bdrms, both need repairing and 
redecorating 
but 
have 
a 
good 
income 
potential 
for 
the 
to- 
tore. 
All this tor only $22,500, 
No 
down 
G l, 
low 
down 
to 
anyone. 


O PEN EVES 'T IL I 
SAT.-SUN 
T IL 6 
YU 6-3821 
* NA 2-1121 
1042 W 4th (Ontario Plaza) 


200x235, 
picture 
ranch home. 
Tile 
Master 
bath. 
Upstairs 
bedrm*. Lots of 
closets Hdwd 
floors. Form al living room 
B g 
d«lu»e 
colorful 
kitchen Glass 
doors. 
Form al 
fam ily room. 
Must 
be 
sold. 
$16 000. 
Good 
terms. 


VACANT 
$1000 down 
6% Gl Loan. 
Payments $)43 per mo ¡net taxes 
and 
ms. 
Good 
well 
built 
mod 
3 
bdrm, 2 bath home in good area. 
, Owner (213) 966-9796 <'VfS 
_____ 


-Bath A M assage 


R U B IOOÜX MASSAGE~SÂLÔN" 
if l 
• 


/ ’ C i i C k i t 
M 
/ r \ n i / 
M O V IN G — 
hard 
working 
yo un g 
C 
t M 
c N 
T 
W 
O 
R 
K 
with 
exp 
power tail gate 
_■ 
. 
. 
walk m van. Truck. Reas. 628-1733 
Patios 
dr 
garages and carpentry. 
New and 


B A Y S ITT E R Wanted. In our home 
6:15 
a.m . 
to 
4 15 
p.m. 
5 
days 
per week. 623 8422. 


»HOP AND SAVE 
W HERE 
TH E 
ACTION IS - 
TH E P B W ANT AD 
SECTION 


— tle rtrie a i W o rk 


-Hom o and Office 


Cf 9 turning 


Keith Calkins Tax Consultant 
FED, & STATE MAX. $15 
Ph 593-4772 Mon Fri aft 6 pm 
Anytime Sat or Sun _ 
___ 


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't a x 
r e t u r n s 
* 
* 
* 
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Reasonable 
D E P E N D A B LE 
adult desires work 


PRICE REDUCED 


11 


725 W. 
SEE 
IN S ID E 
LECT. 
CALL US COL- 


POMONAÜ 


i masseuse. Daily 10-11, 5563 M i»-i 
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P r_ . 
u , «.407* ____________ 
_____ 
ston. Riverside. 682-5461 
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— 
— 
PEAL f STA^ 
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l L E S 
Paints, 
painting, 
variety 
_ ---------_—,,629-5570; , fore mä%t 
423.33)0 
__________________ D E L 5 
Incom« 
Tax, 
bookkeeping TA ÌL?ift 
" vr« »«nrr ' 
""'«1 
• SMALL 
or 
large 
electrical lobs.J 
NU-W AY W ALL W ASHING 
; 
*efy *« - 
Your 
heme 
(«rations, 
men^ 
arid 
women 
My 
dryer-range 
hookups 
Call 
any- 
NO M E 5 S -CÖSTS I ESS 
or min« by 
°f*ly- 
! home 
All 
work 
guar 
m ?o ‘ Ban 
time. Carnes Electric, 623-3607 
595-2643 or LY 5-2567 
*7* <581, 622-9* 6 ____ 
d e r a A p t 
5 
Mon?clair 
626-250* 
Personal -Business Returns 
^ 
a a i .u t c d i a d 
r 
. , ___ 
_ 
_ 
Bookkeeping 
N„ . , ru ^ AA ' IN T t RIOR. exter painting, 
i x c a v a t m g 
P o é n H n a 
T 
l k i r n 
u 
c T 
A 
V 
t 
reasonable 
free est.mates. 
Refer- 
__ 
___ 
■ 
$ IN C O M E T A X 5 
enees 
622 7207 


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P A IN T IN G 
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RECENT 
graduale of Bear 
Equ n-. _ 
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backfill. Phon« 624 32409°' 
" 
N-:ermr preferreo 
f-« e estimates' 
snort'’ to-ms. 
YOUR* HOME 
o tl 
Ntechanlc ^ F w i t « i 3 >‘0ViuS ” f ® P e n E v e r y D a y & S u n d a y i g a * Farrlngdon 
$15,500 
CUSTOM 
t IR IP lA C I-S 
BR-CK. y v 
v 
w 
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s 
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v 
w 
w 
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(N of Holt, W ot Besview 
STONE 
BLOCK 
WALLS, 
patios 
f m n d n a 
• R E L IA B L E P A IN T IN G • 
: Day or Eve - 7 Oavs - 626 3172 
ì a b c f h t s m n u D iw r 
— 
r e n t i n g 
All 
lvoe^ 
¡ow 
Frmm 
K l 
s a r g e n t s p lu m b in g 


$4,000 
Newer modern home that the 
owner has to sell becaus* 
It's 
too 
big 
for 
him ! 
He 
has 
re­ 
duced the price $4000 for quick 
sale 
Spacious 
3 
bdrms 
and 
fam ily room. 
bath, central 
air 
conditioning, 
custom 
car­ 
peting 
and 
drapes 
through out. 
The home 
is equipped 
with 
a 
central vacuum system. Located 
North 
of 
Foothill 
in 
Upland 
Price 
$29,950 
No 
down 
Vets, 
FH A Term s to anyone. 


BUILDERS 
CLEARANCE!! 
LABOR 
FOR DOWN 


DELANEY REALTY 
627^3529 


OWNER ANXIOUS 


★ BY OWNER ★ 
3 
bedrm, 
attached 
garage, 
I 1) 
batr.s, patio, 
Ige 
yard with 
fruit 
trees. 
$15900 
Assume 
loan 
at 
4Vj 
807 Drake Appt only. 
624-7021 
BUILDERS’ TRADE-INS 
Deal Direct and SAVE! 
Beautiful Stucco — Block 2 story 
4 
bedrm, 
2 'a 
bath 
home 
otters 
truly comfort 
Queen 
sued 
15x12' 
kitchen with buiu ms. 
a separate Choice Clarem ont Location 
breakfast rm , formal dm rm 
FA 
, 
c 
n 
. e- 
• 
heat, service porch 
2 fmepiaces, ★ Excellent Financing ★ 
carpets 
and 
drapes. 
Shake 
root, 
fenced 
yard, 
landscap'd 
and: 
sprinkiered 
2400 sq 
ft 
N e a r 
schools. Call to see. $».000. 


D R IV E 
BY 
TH ESE 
SUPER 
• YOU’LL BE HAPPY • 


CINDERELLA 
HOMES 


VALUE HOMES 
ALL YOU NF ED 
In this fine 3 bdrm 2 bath home 
IJL 6 OOO 
C R E D IT 
FOR 
------- 


& 
Plaster, 
H.W. 
Floors 
_ 
, 
andscaping. 
Sprinklers. 
3 
Bed 
THE 
located 
cn 
lovely 
corner 
lot 
in 
[Oems, 2 Baths 
M ANY 
EXTRA S 
DEAL 
OF 
A 
L IF E 
T IM E 
FOR 
beautitul 
Chino 
Lge 
liv 
rm , 
din 
No Down VA 
$1500 Down FH A. 
F U R T H E R 
DE TAILS 
AND 
TOi rm 
tile 
m 
kitchen 
and 
bath, 
S 2 2 6 0 0 
built-ins. Carpets and drapes. Lath' 
' 
and 
plaster, 
shake 
roof. 
Block 
walled 
rear 
yard 
Exceptionally 
attractive 
landscaping 
Near 
schools. See to appreciate. »45,000 
CLAREMONT 


915 FREMONT 
$12,6» 
(Off white, S of Phillips) 


S3» W. 
Randolph 
$12,995 
(Off White, N of Holt) 


BOB HUGHES REALTY 
5369 Riverside D r., Chino 
628-5547 


Near 
Jr. 
HI. 
3 
Bdrm ., 2 Paths. 
Dining 
Room 
Lath 
& 
Plaster. 
Cust 
Built. 9x12 Workshop, M.ake 
offer. 


BLOCK 
and 
repair 
work 
Alt 
work 
guaranteed 
Lic., 
Bonded 
986-79)6 
FIR E PLA C ES “ in 
your 
_ _ 
home, patio BBQ ell types of me 
scar* 
Fin tree est reas 
623-8135 


Open 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. 
All 
types, 
low 
rates 
fre e 
est 
. 
| 
. 
.. 
^55d~f- ences" rfpaired— ^ - y^ 
^ 
orK_-N^ 4 ^ 
_ Bookkeeping Day or Night! 
pÄ 
na 
present Gat(. 
t -ee 
E stm -afrj 
' 
T ^ . „ J 
I H 
A 
A 
l i T 
T k \ i 
629-0653 


Classified Ads Get Results 
-Floor Coverings 
Linoleum, Cptg., etc. 
INCOME TAX 


— Building 
Contractors 
_____ 
_ 
__ ____ ____ ___ 
T ill LINOLEUM SERVICE ‘Neat, 
clean. 
e»pr-,ft.ced 
622 15h) 
U _ 'J _ 
Save up to 50 per cent. 985-1522 
j PAINTING 
BRUSH 
OR 
SPRAY, 
rieco Construction v v v s ^ ^ n ^ v w v v w « t*per,enc«d. 
Reasonable 
rates 
_ 
. , 
. _ . 
___ Special rates and attention to apt 
RarmcKling, room additions 
kitch ——ipordoning 
owners. Call 623 2217 


624 7052 
624 1751, 986 6992 
ART. O W N LRS. Any room painted.: 
$15. 
Labcr and m aterial. 
Sinclair 
or Anneritone 624 0729 
a v e r a g e 
r o o m $2o' 
State & F e d . f e e b a s ic $ 1 5 
Also sm all repair mbs 
YOUR HOME OR OUR O FFIC E 


Truck 
driver. 
Licensed, 
ref 
nart or 
full 
time. 
629 6404 by V a m nr eve 


w a l l C l e a n in g p a i n t i n g ” 
Free Estimates 
___________ 593 4380 E v e s _________ 
• MAN AND TRUCK • 
power lift gafe 
Needs work 
NA 2 6317 
UNITED 


W 
9th 
SACRIFICE SALE 


Lerg« scenic ranch 
h o m e . 
Top 


LEWIS BUILT 
$36,000 
Exclusive 
Area. 
North 
nf 
ime 
4 
Bedrooms 
2 
Baths. 
Base- 
IM 
e- 
r 
. . . . . 
F,s '750 
location 
Rustic 
board 
and 
bau. 
t a 
r t 
rw u im anmti c»rn»VmÀ~ 
Corona Fwy. S of Mission) 
gracetui rooflines. A pleasant walk: oraped. Landscaped 
Carpeted. 


CHINO!! 
¡11216 Oaks 
(Off Riverside Or) 


•AS or baths 100 per cent fmenc* 
__________ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 
mg, nofhmg down t yrs to pay.;TRACTOR 
WORK 
new 
lawns 
Ask tor our unlimited list of *«t-| Rototillina. 
Cut 
nigh 
grass 
and 
isfied 
tuttoeners 
Licensed 
and 
weeds 
Cleanup 
NA 3-1916 
b?n42.el 
/ 
0.r .„ v0^ . ,p.f^ ' ec!lor. . , B ay. MOW ING, 
edging, 
vacuuming, 985 4190 
Piano Tuning 


Systematic Bookkeeping 
Wor)( W f() 
fem J|e 
12 
ana Tax Service 
5310 Mission 


★ R E A L E S T A T E ★ m w h s n o n b u iid e r s incj 


8111 Foothill at Grove 
CALL COLLECT 
NA 6-1418 
985-27311 
(71 4) 823-4276 


to schools Deluxe floor Plan. Jum 
bo size kitchen, 
room for 
formal 
dining. 3 bedrooms with plenty of 
$13,500 
closet space. He baths off central 
hall 
plan. 
Informal 
living 
room 
with watt to wall carpels. Fenced 
Fuft 
.., 
;................»112 13 
per month includes both Principal 
and interest. 
LEWIS REALTY 


Montclair! WJC.L 
do 
ironing 
in 
my 
home H o u s e s 
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pruning 
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626-8597 
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uca» lonaily 
p'anned 
a ctivities 
for 
your 
child 
Tw o 
thru 
six 
re a is 
Stata 
licer sed 
Beverly 
Sanders 
Neitsan -Owner 703 N 
Hunlirgiwi 
NA * 9104 
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Pomona vaiwy Christinr! juhoois 
LITTLE PEOPLE TOWN 
624-1678 
6 pm 
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Unusual wide sprawling rancho 
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w-w carpeting thruout. Use as 


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bedrm* 
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2 
bedrm* 
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Look what $600 down « ill buvl 
why pay rent when you can pur­ 
chase thi* dandy, 3 bedroom, 1*4 
bath home for a* little a* $148 00 
per month, including principal, in­ 
terest. and taxes. Well construct- 
ed 
home, 
hardwood 
floor*, 
lath 
P***rtr wafts 
Nice draperies. 
Within walking distance to shop­ 
ping 
and 
all 
Claremont 
schools. 
down 
to veterans. $16,000 00. 


xtra special kitchen with 
Ask for Lillian Reeve, 623 3441 or 


IS A NEW 


blt-ln range and oven 
See to 
appreciate 
Full 
price 
$14.950 
Subject 
to 
FHA 
Total 
down 
payment and cost $200 
Entire 
balance 
including both P and 
I. If you qualify for this new 
program, $59 Per mo 
DELANEY REALTY 


evenings at 
626 5383. 


4 Locations to Serve You 
Mam Office 200 W. Holt, Pomona 
Î A R f " — 
-W 30N G ARI Y, POMONA 
700 F 
FOOTHILL, POMONA 
8970 CENTRAL AVE , MTCLR. 
LEWIS HOME 


6 2 7 - 3 5 2 9 
BO 


LA VERNE 
From 
H attig le n Just south of B onita, 
1 bik 
w e it of D am ien H i School 
Sfhf-íí2 l 6"—fc v e l. 


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* 
$24,000 


UPLAND/REGAi SERIES 
From 
$29,800 


BEAUTIFUL 
GLENMEADE 
Immaculate 
4 
Barm 
home 
with 
family room, 
Buill-ins, H* Bath* 
fireolxe, 
FA 
heal, 
carpets 
and 
drape* 
Huge 
lot, 2 car 
garage P F A IT O B C 
No down ON 
G l , low down cn 
V 
FHA 
OR 
With 
cash 
tg 
present 
loan you may assume a Gl loan 
of $11,900 at 
5', v, 
payments of 
$144 per month, Price only $24,500 
Code No, 1» 


S. 


N A 3 - 3 4 4 1 
CHARMING 


blocks 
1?th 
and 
M u lb e rry , 
S 
W est of 
San A nton io. 
M K-3910 — E V E S . 5*3-41031 


UPLAND/CUSTOM SERIES 


From 
$35.350 


1/th and SA N A N T O N IO , O N I 
M IL E N O R T H O F F O O T H IL L . 
W 817-3910 — 693-2031 


34 
A c re 
"Cole as a 
Bug's 
Ear" 
is 
the 
2 Bdrm house 
and 
"Neat as a 
Pin" is fenced and cross fenced 
property. 
H o m e 
ha* 
hardwood: 
floor*. 
built ms, 
floor 
turner«,' 
carpets 
patio and tock room. For! 
the 
horses 
there 
Is 
a 
2 
stall» 
barn, 
corrals 
and 
pasture. 
Only) 
$22,718. Code No. 140 
I 


2 story with step down living 
room. 
Log 
burnintj 
fireplace, 
spacious 
dining 
room. 
Queen* 
kitchen with overhead lighting, 
service 
porch, 
huso 
family 
root; with wet bar. 4 bedrm*, 
I t>»Ihs, wide yard, room tor 
boat and trailer 
Stop by and 
let 
— 
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'how 
yog 
this 
lovely 


V ac r a ' 6ooh0n,e- 
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Acre & Income Too 
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3 
Bdrm 
home 
*q ft home. Ona-thlrr^LT’r, 
CHINO/CLASSIC SERIES 


F rom 


$ 2 0 , 1 0 0 


M O N T E V IS T A and L E X IN G ­ 
T O N Ct. 2 biks. N. of P h ila d e l. 
phia, 627 3 7 1 7 -E v e s 
624-7231 - 


smallar 
- 
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3000 
«to 2 two Bdrm rontai* plus ' ¡ I 
Huge K drwifp7*1 a a d fd*àm t» 
swimming 
peci 
Each 
ha* 
built; 
closets 
dining 
rc^m 
|TrM 
in*, 
carpet* 
Its 
own 
yard 
arwd 
country style kitchen 
1 bain* 
garage 
Being m toe country the 
ch.idren grown and flown 
ftoi 
rentai* 
are 
always 
in 
demand 
coop 
I* you are 
ou* 
g for on invest 
« . * 
, 
moot do s it itm 
Code No 
13? 
•''A 4 - 4 0 9 1 


CHINO/STERLING SERIES 


From 
$22,750 


M o n t« 
V ie ta 
and 
P h ila d e lp h ia , 
2 
B L K S 
W . 
O F 
C E N T R A L 
bw' 7 J 717 
— 
E V E S , 
0 2 4 -7 2 3 1 
Claremont 


. 
r e a l t y c o m p a n y 
1 2930 C«ntral, Chino 
560 E. Foothill, Pomona 
NA 8-8547 or NA 8-3037 (Continuad Naxt Paga) 


219 N IN D IA N H IÉ L , C C A R E M O N t 


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6 2 4 -1 6 1 7 


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REALTY C O 


REALTY CO 


ROBIN MALONE 
Income Prop. 
24 


12 
U N IT S 
a p t*. 
$14,000 
g r. 
O w ner 
leaving 
area 
Pool 
a ir 
condi­ 
tioned, (213' 386-6234______________ 


f 5 u » 
i 
b drm 
acts. 
$2000 
dov.-n. 
Incom e $2 4 ? . 5 0 per m o. 
F u ll price 
$?2,SOO. 
624-1 1 4 8 __________ 


D U P L E X , 
$19,950. 
No 
down 
0 1 . 
| Some w ith 
FM A financing. 2 fiuqe 
I bedrm s 
each. 
B eautiful 
and 
bn 
low 
the 
m a rk e t 
value. 
Agent 


P r o g r e s s - B u lle t in , P o m o n a , C alif. 
F rid a y E v a n ln g , F e b ru a ry 14, 1 9 6 9 
Houses 


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Unique 
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rustic, 
wood 
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4 
B E D B M S , 
1% 
ba'h s, 
carpeted, 
d ra p e d , 
buitf-lns. 
fenced, 
100% 
a ir 
cond, 
be au tifu l 
floor 
plan, 
tra d e 
for 
s m a lle r 
hom e, 
Pom ona 
or 
low 
down. 
$24,000 
F u ll 
P rice 
V a c a n t. 
O w n er 
N A 
3-4929 
o r N A 
? 3115____________________________ 
_ 
4 BEDRMS. UNDER 
CONSTRUCTION. UPLAND. 
PRICE $34,900. 
LOCATED 
1 523 COLUMBINE 
OR CALL 986-9686. 


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WE HAVE BUYERS 
OVERLOOKING CITY 
Low 
a * 
$1295. 
$130 
dow n, 
$17.50 
per 
m o , 
C A L -L A N D , 
’ 888« 
Van 
B uren, R iv ers id e. 
487-6121__________ 


m 
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à J L t 


Listing w an ted ; 
Sell throug h 
too- 
cialists 
- 
w # 
w ill 
b rm g 
our 
train ed 
sales 
staff out 
to 
(aspect 
vour 
p roperty 
and 
w ill 
e v a lu a te 
It 
for top dollar on 
today's m a r ­ 
ket. 
No 
properties 
too 
larg e 
or 
too s m all. 
MONTCLAIR 
COMMERCIAL LOT 
18 Houses 
Houses 
Houses 
18 Houses 
Houses 


4 Locations to Se-’ve Y ou 
M a in 
O ttica 
200 W . 
H o it, 
P om o 
2030 N , G A R E Y , P O M O * * 
700 E 
F O O T H Il L, P O M C Ä IA 
1970 C E N T R A L A V E ., M T C L R 
CLAREMONT 
DIAMOND BAR 


$2000 D N , 5 b d rm , 2 Story. $25,750 
10% dn. heated pool, club $26,950. 
5 4 
G l . 
4 
b edrm , 
$22,500 
B roker 
595-247C 


MONTCLAIR 
POMONA 
POMONA 
•A 
F H A $129 
per 
m o. 
3 
be d rm ,: 
TI bath. $16,000. 
A B D E L L A 
R E A L - 
T Y . 
622-0742 a n y tim e -A 
_________ 
4 
B E D R M , 
1*4 
bath, 
forced 
a ir 
heat, carpets, drapes 
L a rg e 
fenc- 
ed y ard , $16,500 . 
626-0628___________ 
MUST SELL 
Big sweeping ranch 
hom e b u ilt 
across 
a 
big 
lot 
In 
one 
of 
our 
finest 
locations. 
L ivin g 
room glassed to colorful seclud­ 
ed 
patio, 
cff 
long 
halls 
and 
m asler 
bath. 
3 king 
sized 
bed- 
rm s 
Loads 
and 
loads 
of 
clos­ 
ets and storage. Lovely m odern 
kitchen. 
Y o u 'll 
like 
the 
loca­ 
tion! 
F u ll 
price 
$14,500 
No 
down 
p aym ent 
V A , 
n o rm a l 
costs. 
E n tire 
balance 
payable 
at 
approx 
$101 
per 
m o 
includ­ 
ing both P and I. 
DELANEY REALTY 
4949 H olt B lv d ., M o n tc la ir 
621-3806 


Hundred$ Under FHA appr 
a t 
$10,500 
— 
3 
bedroom s 
— 
< 
fire p la c e — large lot w ith fru it 
I 
trees 
— 
2 
c ar 
garage 
— 
No down V A or F H A 
GILMORE REALTY INC. 
624-8060 or 985-7265 
j _____________ tilt 8 P.m ._______________ 
A A P R E F R E E W A Y 4 4 
4 b d rm s , 
2 
baths, quiet st. 
Buy 
j w h ile 
w ell 
priced 
(213) 
966 0113 
# Too Much City Life? • 
# 
Like Rural Living? 
9 
Then consider this 5 room , 2 bath 
hom e. 
L ivin g 
room 
has 
corner 
fire p la c e. 
G as 
built-in 
range 
and 
oven plus dishw asher. L arge serv 
ice 
porch. 
Shake 
roof 
E xisting] 
loan 
$18,080. 
In terest 
5 '« % . 
P a y ­ 
m e n t 
$175 
includes 
e ve ryth in g .] 
P ric e 
$24,700. 
O w ner 
w ill 
carry 


2155 C Y N T H IA 
3 b e d rm . lV i baths, 
Dit-ins, 
reas 
down 
p a ym e n t. 
Im -j 
m ediate possession. C a ll Reed H a ll 
_______________629-9651_________________| 
L G E 
3 
b d rm , 
b lt-in 
r-o, 
flre p l.i 
2 
full 
baths, 
flagstone 
patio, | 
B B C 
sep, 
24 
x 
28 
gar 
storage; 
i rm upstairs. 626-2186 
] 
CINDERELLA 
D E L IG H T F U L L Y D IF F E R E N T 
: Cape 
Cod 
root 
lines 
accen tuate 
this beautiful 3 b ed rm hom e w ith ) 
I 2 
baths, 
fire p la c e , 
a ll 
buiit-lns, 
i w sll w all c arp etin g , custom drapes. 
plus 
m any 
m ore 
c o m fo rta b le: 
: features. 
T o p 
location 
— 
bottom 
price 
w ith 
paym ents 
less 
than; 
rent. 
No down p aym en ts to V E T ­ 
E R A N S , 
low 
d< w n 
to 
non-V E TS 
1 C an A gent 624-9676 
i 
LINCOLN AVE. Address 
Choice Pom ona A rea 
i 2 
B edroom 
cozv 
older 
Hom e.: 
IM M A C U L A T E 
inside 
and 
cut.: 
O N LY $ 7 0 0 


do w n - priced 
to 
sell 
at 
$16,995 
LEWIS HOMES 
627 3717 
626 8581 
E V E S 
626 0611 


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L O V E L Y c o rn er 
house. 
3 bdr, 
1H 
bath, 
den 
w ith 
fire p la c e , 
patio, 
blt-ins, 
landscaped. 
$25,000. 
624- 
2543 a fte r 5 P m . ___________________ 
FONTANA 


OWNER SAYS SELL 
This 
beautiful 
large 
hom e 
all 
blt-ins, 
1% 
baths, 
fire p la c e, 
F A heat, fa m ily room , covered 
patio, 
large 
w alled 
In 
y ard . 
Good street. 
P rice only $19,850. 
F H A 
term s, 
cr 
lease 
option. 
O r, 
lets 
ta lk 
It 
over. 
C A L L 
F E T T E R L IN G 
R E A L T Y 
CO. 
629-4094 a n ytim e. 
Ask for H ow ­ 
ard or M a rtv . 


4 Locations to Serve You 
M a in 
O ffic e 200 W , 
Holt, 
Pomona 
2 0 3 0 n . g a r e Y , P o m o n a 
700 E , 
F O O T H IL L , P O M O N A 
8970 C E N T R A L A V E ., 
M T C L R . 
REALTORS 
NA 3-3441 
W haf a M agnificent Yard! 
Y ou w ill m a rv e l at this m a s te r­ 
piece. 
B e au tifu l 
a triu m 
e n try 
style 
4 
bedroom , 
1*4 
baths 
C la re m o n t 
hom e. 
P u t 
this 
one 
on 
your 
m ust 
see 
list even 
if 
you 
don't 
buy 
It. 
W e 
a re 
so 
proud 
to 
show 
this 
hom e, 
we 
w ill w a it and point out a ll the 
e xtra s 
as 
you 
look. 
So 
rnough 
said, except the price of $30,950. 
S ubm it vour te rm s ana down. 


NA 6-1241 
Open Every Day & Sunday 
9 a.m. to 8 p.m. 


CAR WASH 
$15,000 handles. O nly one In town. 
MEXICAN RESTAURANT 
Short 
hour*. 
S ubm it 
vour 
te rm *. 
BEER BAR 
N o 
contracts. 
$12,000 
fu ll 
price. 
T erm s. 
RESTAURANT 
Grosses 
$4500 m o. 
B-W 
license. 


I L E Y * 
R ealty 


M O N E Y 
S E R V IÇ C 
An U nbeatable C o m b in a tio n - 
F irs t and 2nd f D loans 
Investors Loan S ervice. J93-3547 
LA VFRNF 
2nd T rust Deed Loans 
R ay L e vlc k, B ro ker 
1I M 
N . 
G a ra y , 
Pom ona . 
622-4/3» 
Any Property, Any Area 
Call 
L ib e rty 
M o rte a g e 
C o rp o ra ­ 
tion, 
621-3935 
566 
E . 
Foothill 
Blvd . 
P em ona. 


NEAR BONITA HIGH 


This 
lovely 
3 
bedroom , 
1% 
bath 
hom e 
is 
tip 
top 
condi­ 
tion. 
B eau tiful 
w -w 
carpets, 
lovely custom drapes 
Spic and 
Span 
kitchen 
w ith 
blt-ins. 
Ask­ 
ing only $16,950. 


REALTORS 
NA 3-3441 
2002 
N, 
G are v 
# 
Low Down 
9 
• 
In Ganesha Hills 
• 
N e w er 
3 
bedroom , 
2 
bath 
hom e 
w ith 
large 
fa m ily 
room , 
kitchen 
Duilt-lns, 
2 
car 
garage 
P rice 
$23.500 
$600 $800 
down 
P aym en t 
$200. For detaLs call 
OPEN SUNDAY 1-5 
W e Have Valu-Vision 


H O M E -N -IN C O M E 
Claraboya Lot 
reduced for quick sale 
UNITED 
INVESTMENT DIVISION 
______________ 623-5201______________ 
U S E D A P P L IA N C E S TO R E 
Forced Sale 
Dissolution of 
P a rtn e -s h ip . 
NA 6 6451 


M a and Pa G ro ce r v store 
beer and w ine license 
Low rent. ¿28 7807 


ONTARIO 
7 bedroom s, 1 bath 
Puntal in re ar 
P ric e —$!3,5öO furnished 
P ric e — $12,SCO unfurnished 


TERRIFIC VALUE 
E lite location N W O n tario , s ty l­ 
ish 
hom e, 
splendidly 
landscap­ 
ed grounds, 3 king 
sire bedrm 
off 
c en tral 
hall 
and 
m aster 
bath, 
b e au tifu lly 
designed 
k it­ 
chen 
w alls 
of 
n a tu ra l 
wood 
cabinets, 
loads of 
tile 
T e rrific 
V alu e 
O ut 
of 
Tow n 
ow ner 
says 
sell 
F u ll 
price 
$14,950. 
Dow n pa ym e n t $400 
S ubject to 
F H A VA approval 
If you a u a li- 
fy 
for 
this 
new 
p ro g ra m . 
E n ­ 
tire 
balance 
p ayab le 
$49 
per 
m o 
including 
both 
P 
and 
I. 
DELANEY REALTY 
627-3529 


U nobstructed 
270 
degree 
view 
F ra n k C harles. 629-0131. 
I L E Y * 
R e a l t y 


Money To Loan 
32A 


—ev 
Troubles? 
F o r 
1st 
and 2nd 
TÖ 
>o#ns 
C all 
F e tte rlin g 
°e a lty 
629 «064 an ytim e 
Acreage—Ranches 
20 


2% 
A C R E S 
M -Z O N E 
W IT H 
2 
H O U S E S 
F O N T A N A . 
$17.530 
G A U G L E R 
R E A L T Y . «83-2322 
Hove Buyer$ 
L O O K IN G te r suitable acreage for 
Im m ed ia te 
developm ent. 
Can 
buy 
ou trig h t 
or 
exchange 
for 
equi­ 
ties 
in 
units 
o r 
R-3 
lots. 
Ask 
tor M ik e a t: 
C a rd in a l Real Estate 
1625 N . In d ian H ill, Pom ona 
D ays 
624-9876 
Ewes; 
626-0051 
H O R S t: C O U N T R Y 
I 14 
a cre , 
Fenced, 
new 
3 
bed­ 
room , 2 b ath, $25,500, 10957 M aple, 
B loom ington. C a ll 982-4238, or 823 
2664____________________________________ j 


RETREAT 


2’ j 
choice 
v ie w 
a c r e s , 
q u ie t,,] 
' clean 
a ir, 
75 
m in 
from 
O ntario, 
I road 
and 
e le c tric ity . 
P riced 
to 
i sell. 
Low as $3 750 w ith $375 dn 
$50 
m onth 
C A L -L A N D , 
18888 Van 
B u re n ^ R iv e rs id e , *87^612J 
__ 


3 5 — 8 5 0 0 SO. FT. LOTS 
Ready for a builder fo record 
$2500 e ach. O w ne r 982-2554______] 


$8 D O W N , $8 per 
m onth, $795 full 
price, 
buys 
10 
acres 
in 
Southern 
] C a lifo rn ia. 
L . 
S hew felt, 
326 
W, 
3rd St , L .A 
Phone: 
(213) 623-5102 


y2 ACRE 
Low 
as 
$179$, 
$180 
d :w n , 
$25 
m onth, C a l-L a n d . 18888 V an B uren, 
R iverside 
687-6121 


E velyn K rid le r 


4 Locations to S erve You 
M ain 
O ffice 
200 
W . 
H o lt, 
Pom ona 
2030 N. G A R E Y , P O M O N A 
7 0 0 è , F o o t h i l l , p o m o n a 
8973 C E N T R A L A V E ., M T C L R . 
Money Wanted 
32B 


F IR s T and 
2nd 
tru s t 
deeds. 
10% 
ocal 
oroperties. 
C ollection 
serv­ 
ice 
free 
L ib e rty 
M o rta g e . 
546 
E. 
Foothill Bivd , P om . 621-3935. 


Newspaper Dealership 
O pem nq 
In 
th * 
U pland 
• 
O ntario 
area 
to 
supervise 
c a rrie r 
bovs 
Must be Bondabie and have good 
econom ical c * r . 
C all 
Los 
Angeles 
H erald 
E x a m in e r. 
M r . 
S pinelli, 
982 9219_______________________________ 
P H IL L IP S 
66 
service 
station 
tor 
lease, 
Pom ona 
a rea . 
F o r 
Info 
call 
623-3541 
days, 
629 6513 eves, 
k " 
t)E F R 
B a r for 
sale bv ow ner 
Pom ona, good location 
See to ap­ 
p reciate. Phone 622-731? w eekdays. 


2002 
N 
G are y 
Phone 
593-4531 
560 E. Foothill, Pomona 
MONTCLAIR 


B Y 
o w n 4 r 
3 
b d rm . 
I 1, 
b«th, 
Ige 
fenced 
vd, 
w w 
c arnet, 
$500 
down, assum e m v 6 '5 % F H A loan 
________________ 624-4758_______________ 
4 Bedrms, only $ 1 5 ,5 0 0 j 
Pius 
Ige 
»am 
rm or den, c a rp e t­ 
ing 
and 
drapes. 
O w ner 
leaving 
a rea and m ust sell. 
LEGTER S REALTY CO. 
565 E . H olt A v e., 
N A 
9 5219 
eves 
N A 
8-7826 


¡3 
B E D R M 
and 
tarn 
room , 
1*» 
bath, 
blt-ins 
n a tu ra l 
cabinets, 
hdwd firs , new w -w c arn e t, 
load 
! ed 
w ith 
extra s . 
18x38 
tille re d ; 
; pool 
P ad 
and 
dum p 
disposal 
for 
i tra ile r. 
Close 
to 
schools 
and 
| M tc lr 
P laza 
10280 
Poulsen, 
624 
5404 tor appt._________________________ 


PUBLIC NOTICE 
U 5. G ovt has a Ige selection of 3 
and 
4 
B r 
H om es. Located 
in 
all 
areas. 
Some 
at no down 
F reshly 
painted. 
Phone 
for 
addresses 
and 
details 
and 
see 
tor 
yourself 
C O L U M B IA 
R E A L T Y 
N A 
3-4411. 
: Open e v e n in g s . 
_____________ 
\> w 
4 
B E o U S C 
2 
bath, 
fu lly 
fenced 
and 
landsc. 
W h at 
is 
vour 
o tte r’ 
C all 
626-8966 
now 
($14,000' 


A Home For A ll Sea$ons! 


WITH A GLORIOUS VIEW 
OF THE MOUNTAINS 
Spotle$sly Clean $37,500 


Real Estate—Rent 
33 
Partly Furnished 


R A N C H 
hom e 
p a rtly 
furnished . 
2 
b e d rm . R edecorated. Fenced v a rd . 
A duits. $75. 
W tte r p a id . SE 
P m a . 
«23-029?, 623-4361 


P A IN T A N D S A V E 
$13.950 
3 
b ed rm 
localed 
in 
a: 
beautiful 
a rea , 
seeing 
is 
believ j 
ing 
C all at once to see this one, 
F h a and G l_ te rm s 
A gent ¿23-418! 
BY 
O W NER", save $1500 this week 
only. 
F H A 
says 
$20,100 
buy 
for 
$18.500 or highest b idder. Goes to 1 
re a ilo r 
next 
w eek. 
3 
bedrm , 
2 
bath, 
S eparate 
livin g 
and 
dining 
areas. 
P resent 
l o a n 
5% % . 
1319 
Deveron 
P lace. To see call 
_______________ 624-6289________________ 


OWNER SAYS SELL 
456 Begonia Street. 3 b ed rm and 
den. 
IV» 
baths. 
Needs 
some 
w ork 
on 
it 
F H A 
a p p rais al 
$14,000. 
if 
fixed 
u p 
O w ner 
w ill sell 
as Is for only $12,950. 
T e rm s 
open. 
Com e 
on 
you 
fix er 
uppers, 
here 
is 
vour 
chance. 
C all 
P ette rlln g 
R ealty 
Co., 
679-4094 
a n y tim e 
and 
ask 
tor H ow ard or M a rty . ___________ 


REALTORS 
NA 3-3441 
SERVICE STATIONS 


AVAILABLE 


•6 C e n tra ! A ir Conditioning 
•è 3 
Bedroom s 
| , 
V* 
baths 
-6- E le c tric built-in kitchen 
-6 F ire p la c e in L ivin g room and 
F a m ily Room 
+ B reezew av 
under 
roof 
could 
be closed in 
•4k S ervice 
porch 
w ith 
new 
w asher and d ry e r 
+ M a n y m ore features 


C la rem o n t 


E ve lyn K rid le r 


Business-industrial 
25 


Sale— Lease— W anted 


R E N T 3 000 sq ft M - l, com pl w ire d ! 
for 
220 service, 
$275 p e r m o. 
________________ 627 1584_______________ 
\A> 
FO R 
re n t office 
space on cor- 
n c 
n r 
c iv ic 
center, 
699 
w . 
M ission. 629-4811, a fte r 4 
623-3755 


V A C A N T 
lot for rent. Y a rd space, 
d irt 
space, 
or 
storage, 
etc. 
W a ­ 
te r. 
You 
fence, 
60x150. 
R iverside 
D r., Chino. 624 9876 


Real Estate For Rent 


Furnished Houses 
34 


2 B E D R M house, fenced v a rd , w a- 
ter 
and 
trash 
paid . 
See 
a ft 
5 
w kdvs 
and 
a ll 
day 
Sat 
and 
Sun 
at 1148 W 
G r a n d , Pom ona 
F U R N 2 b e d rm house, n ew ly deco­ 
ra ted , 
w an t Senior C itizens, 
n e ar 
m eeting house 
No. 6 Bus S ervice, 
TV antenna, w a te r and trash paid , 
] $75 a mo. 
N A 2-5472 
C L E A N 
fro n t house. 
Close-In 
1 br. 
W ash 
and stroage 
A dults. No 
dogs 
In g 
914 
S. 
L a c m t, 
P m a 
2 Bedrm . . . $125 Up$tr$. 
I F rank Charles 
629-0111 
2 
B R . 
Also studio 
a o a rtm e n * for 
one 
C onvenient 
cen tral 
location. 
! 622-6246 O'- 629 0092__________________ 
2 B E D R M trip le x , g a r, w ash, g ard - 
' ner, m a t 
adults. 
E x p e c ta n t m oth- 
er 
Q K . 
Ing. 
632 
E 
11th, 
P om . 
F ro n t Cottage Furn ish ed . 
Persons O ve r «0 $95 
622 9605 or 672-3302 


Low 
m onthly 
re n t. 
No 
gallonage 
charge. Financing assistance a v a il­ 
able 
Call John N ew ton on Duane 
W y n c k . 
(213) 
283-2727 
Collect _ 
R E S T 
H om e, 
$1,000 per 
m o. 
good 
cond, room to expand. 
W rite Box 
7085 Progress 
-B ulletin. 
F U L L Y 
equipped 
beer 
par. 
Fine 
downtown 
local ion. 
2 
pool 
tables, 
new 
carpets, 
a ir 
conditioned 
5 
y r 
lease 
to 
rig h t 
p a rty . 
M ille r , 
N A 2 1224____________________________ 


M O N EYM A K ER 
BIG B A R G A IN 


4 BEDROOMS 
N eighborhood Store 
Plus 
4 
re n ta l 
units on 
a 
c o r­ 
n e r. 
This 
little 
m a rk e t 
is 
a 
goldm ine. 
Has 
beer 
and 
w ine, 
good 
m e at 
business. 
The 
ad d i­ 
tional 
units 
a re 
rented 
tor 
$70 each. R e tirin g ow ner w ants 
out. 
Shown 
by 
appointm ent 
only a n ytim e . $58,500. 


A FINE HOME 
N E W O F F E R IN G 
A ttra c tiv e ly 
styled 
and 
covered 
w ith 
a lu m in u m 
siding 
for 
life ­ 
tim e 
m aintenance 
F e atu res 
3 
bedroom s, 
a 
fa m ily 
room , 
1% 
baths, 
b u ilt 
in 
range 
and 
oven, 
n a tu ra l 
finish cabinets, 
w all 
to 
w all 
carpets, 
drapes. 
Fenced 
and 
landscaped. 
C orner 
let 
w ith 
ac­ 
cess 
for 
boat 
or 
tra ile r. 
A 
cte- 
tightful 
hom e for 
only 
$18 950 
Several 
w ays to 
finance. 
Let's 
see! 


133 Y A L I 
t i a p e M O N T 
E ves. 593-5871 


Sharp 
and 
clean 
as 
a 
tack. 
2 
blocks 
to 
St. 
M a d e le in e s 
and 
K ingslev 
Schools. 
B r a n d new 
w -w 
c arp ets, 
huge 
country 
style kitchen, has a ll the blt-ins. 
B eau tiful 
corner 
fire p la c e , 
the 
larg e 
living 
a rea 
w ith 
sliding 
glass 
opening 
to 
c o m pletely 
enclosed 
re a r 
v a rd 
This 
is 
tru ly a tropical garden. A m ust 
you 
see 
and 
buy, 
This 
4 bed­ 
room , 7 p ullm an baths. $21,500. 
No 
down 
G l, 
low , 
low 
F H A 
term s. 


N A 3-4381 
Open Every Day & Sunday 
9 a.m. to 8 p.m. 


4 Locations to S erve Y ou 
M a in 
O ffic e 
7C0 W . 
H olt, 
Pom ona 
2030 N 
G A R E Y , P O M O N A 
700 E . F O O T H IL L , P O M O N A 
»970 C N E T R A L A V E ., M T C L R , 
M O N EYM A K ER 
HOLT AVENUE C-3 
4 BEDROOMS 
Neighborhood Store 
Plus 
4 
re n ta l 
units 
on 
a 
cor­ 
ner 
This 
little 
m a rk e t 
is 
a 
goldm ine. 
Has 
beer 
and 
w ine, 
good 
m e at 
business 
The 
addi­ 
tional 
units a re 
rented for 
$70 
each. 
R e tirin g 
ow ner 
wants 
out. 
Shown 
bv 
appointm ent 
only 
anytim e^ 
$58 500 
U nited 
R e alty Co . 623-4583 o r 984 3367 


Y o u r 
business 
located 
on 
this 
busy 
thorou ghfare 
in 
p rim e com 
m e re ia i 
a rea 
Is 
bound 
to th riv e 
See 
this 
175 
x 
250 
foot 
parcel 
before 
it's 
too 
late. 
P ric e d 
at 
$55,000 00, 
It 
represents 
one 
of 
the 
best 
buvs 
In 
the 
a rea 
P re ­ 
sent 
incom e 
fro m 
the 
property 
w ill 
pav 
expenses 
if 
vour 
plans 
a re 
a 
little 
in 
the 
fu tu re 
C all 
to r 
an 
appointm ent 
to 
Inspect 
it 
lodav. 


O lder Home 
E u clid 
A ve. 
addresses 
R ecent­ 
ly 
repainted 
Inside 
and 
out 
2 
story 
hom e 
w ith 
a 
prestige 
E uclid 
A ve address 
H om e has 
m any 
e x tra 
room s 
V a c a n t, 
shown 
by 
appointm ent 
only, 
a n y tim e . $25.900 


For rent. 28 acre$ 
6408 Chino A ve., Chino 
R O O M ~ FO R 
H O R S E , 
the 
kids,] 


m om 
and 
po p 
too! 
$14.960 
2 Houses, 2 acres, okay for m oth-j 


e r-ln -la w . 
$29,950. 
4 acres, 4 car q a rag e . 3 bedroom 
hom e, 
o k ay 
fo r 
horseranch. 
$33- 


000. 
P e rm it 
fo r 
10 
horses. 
2% 
acres; 


and hom e 
$59,500 
C larem onts 4 a cre 
IM M A C U L A T E 
ranch 
w i t h 
custom 
4800 
so. 
ft. 
hom e, $175,000 


Phone 
for 
H arry or 
Ooal 
M es­ 
senger, 
A N Y T IM E . 
M e tro p o lita n 


R e a lty , 622-4039 


REALTORS 
NA 3-3441 
the many good, but 


unused articles 


which you have in 


your home by 


making a list of 


them. Then convert 


them into cash 


by advertising them 


for sale in a low 


cost Progress-Bulletin 


W ant Ad. 


R S ALE 
P R O P E R T Y 
NA 3-4583 
984-3367 
O P E N E V E R Y D A Y T IL L 8 P M . 
OWNER TRANSFERRED 


You 
w ill love 
this 
unusual 
place 
and be 
p r o u d 
to 
say 
this 
is m y 
hom e 
w ith 
a 
view 
of the m ountains. 
You 
can 
w alk 
on 
huge 
con­ 
c re te stepping slebs set 
am ong 
trees, 
surrounded by w ell lan d ­ 
scaped 
y ard 
w ith 
sprinklers. 
Wood 
and 
stone, 
around 
dou­ 
ble 
doors 
In vite 
vou 
to 
enter 
and 
see 
the 
m assive, 
pile 
of 
Palos V erd e 
rocks In the m id ­ 
d le of the 
room fro m 
floor 
to 
c eilin g , 
w ith 
the 
fire p la c e 
on 
each 
side 
L ivin g 
room 
in 
the 
fro n t, dining a re a on 
the side 
Open 
beam s 
and 
da rk 
p an el­ 
ing 
in 
the 
fa m ily 
room 
w ill 
help 
vou 
to 
say, 
''th is 
is 
it." 
L arge 
m odern 
kitch en , 
b re a k ­ 
fast 
bar, p a n try . 
Also 
room 
for 
b re ak fa st 
ta b le 
S ervice 
porch off kitchen. A fte r a w on­ 
d e rfu l evening of re la x in g , vour 
fa m ily 
can 
r e tir e 
to 
4 
b e au ­ 
tifu l 
bedroom s. 
Big 
m a ste r 
bedroom 
w ith 
sliding 
doors 
to 
covered 
patio, 
has 
if* 
own 
% 
bath, 
also 
fu ll 
bath 
w ith 
dou­ 
ble 
sink, 
gorgeous carpets 
and 
d rapes Included 
M a k e this one firs t and last 
on your hom e searching list 
P ric e $36.500 


SAN DIMAS 
4 Locations to Serve You 
M a in O ffic e 
200 
W 
H olt, 
Pom ona 
2030 N . G A R E Y , P O M O N A 
700 E 
F O O T H IL L , P O M O N A 
8970 C E N T R A L A V E ., 
M T C L R . 


Unfurnished Houses 35 


H O U S E 
for 
laase 
2 b e d rm . fa m ily 
room , 
blt-ins, 
drapes, fenced 
re a r 
y ard . 
$123 
Per 
m o, 
M o n tc la ir. 
Can 626-0450 a fte r 6 p .m . 
SE 
2 BR duplex. Stove, a ir . c rp ts , 
drps. 
Closed 
back 
vd 
s m a ll 
chTld_Ok 
622-5281 
629 3516__________ _ 


3 
B E D R M 
and 
den. 
F ire p la c e . 
B uiit-ins. 
2 
b a th * 
C overed 
patio. 
$170 
595-1491________________________ 


¡2 
B D R M 
2 bath 
luxurious m ooite 
hom e. 
C a rp et, 
d rapes, 
stove, 
re - 
trig 
L e a :e $165 a m o. 593-5466. 
2 
B E D R M 
d u p l e x . 
C arpets, 
drapes. 
W a te r paid . $110 m o plus 
y a rd 
c a r * . 
F irs t 
ano 
last 
m onth 
Pius 
$50 
cleanin g 
deposit 
No 
cm id re n . no p e t*. 593-34 /9 a ft 1 p_m . 
1 4 
4 
I 
baths, 
fo rm a l 
dm 
rm , 
la m rm , 3 c a r 
g a r, 
gas 
fire o l. $250 m o. ¿24 5617 
• 
C L A R E M O N T 
— 
2 
bedrm 
studio 
duplex, 
carpets, 
drapes, 
; w ater 
pd 
$ i40 
Per 
m o on 
teas* 
N A 
6-7564 
a ft 
5 
P .m . 
excep t 
cn 
wknds 
G A N E S H A 
P a rk 
A re a 
Loe 
3 
bd- 
; rm , 
plus 
tarn 
rm , 
1 
bath, 
new 
I carp e t and drapes 
2 children ok. 
No pats $160 . 
629 ) 453___________ 
U N F U R N IS H E D 
2 
bed m i 
duplex. 
C arpets, 
drapes 
stove, 
garbage 
disposal, 
w ater 
p riv a te 
garage, 
$90 
m o. 
12817 
11th 
S t . 
Chino. 
Y U _4: 5js03____________________________ 
F R O N T 
cottage. 
$9$. 
$r 
adults. 
No pets. Clse-Iin 
N E . 
N A 2 9605 . 622-3302 
L E A S E — O ption, M o n tc la ir 3 T k R , 
: 
2 
baths, 
tarn 
rm , hdw d 
f k i 
blt-ins 
and 
tlre p l. 
F an ced . 
C hil­ 
dren and 
pats 
ok. 
Best 
n H | f * o r - 
hood. 
SI 70 
C all 
A sso o atad 
flfcai- » 
tv 
E xchange 
982-1538 
or 
m 7 ii3 > 


M O V E 
IN T O n icely 
tu rn 
2 bedrm 
apt. 
W-W 
c arp e t, 
g arb ag e 
dispo­ 
sal, 
a ir 
conditioned, 
infant 
okay. 
No 
pets 
M a n a g e r I1 11 
E . 
7th, 
A pt j 629 0IQ9____________ 


FO R 
L E A S E w ith option to b w . 2 
b drm 
hom e, 
hardw ood 
firs , 
fen c­ 
ed 
y ard . 
$125 m o 
D riv e bv 
2167 
S tanford, 
P em ona. C a ll 
A gent 
6 2 8 - 0 8 4 3 .____________________________ 
RENT PURCHASE 
V etergns 
b r i n g 
vour 
p a in t 
brush, $50. and your discharge 
M ove 
in 
free 
M a k e 
the down 
p aym ent 
w hile 
you 
live 
here. 
! 
Custom 
b u ilt 
Ige 
sp arklin g 
1 
b ed rm 
hom e. 
Specious 
y ard 
* 
com pletely fenced. 
B ath end % 
• 
Ideal 
tor 
large 
fa m ily . 
Needs 
• 
a 
little pain t 
and 
cleanup 
It's 
vacan t. 
M ove 
in 
upon 
c /o d it 
approval. 
DELANEY REALTY 
627-3529 


• • 
1724 
D R F w * “p C C lm t. 
$ 
y r* 
old 
4 
b e d rm s, 
2 
baths, 
dining 
room , 
fa m ily 
ro o m , 
kitchen 
b u ilt- 
in 
S P A R K L IN G 
P O O L . 
2 
c ar 
a arag e 
$285 


• • 
2733 
N . 
M o u n ta in , 
C lm t 
U n 
i C ia rab o v a ) 
3 
b e d rm , 
2 
baths, 
d o in g room 
fa m ily 
room , kitch en 
b u ilt-in *, carpets, d rapes 
. . 1300 
• • W HE L l c P S f E r F E N • * 
• 219 N 
IN D IA N H IL L , C L M T • 
• • 
¿.’4 1617 • 
• 
_________ 


2 
B E D R M 
house, 
detchd 
i i r a g r 
fenced 
re a r 
yd. 
445 W 
A lv a ra d o , 
Pom ona 
$ ’ 00 a m o. 
C a ll 4X2-440/ . 
after 
5 p m 
lor 
a p g t to s d i. 


« T F D R M 
house, 
w -w 
cptg 
|1 35 . , 
1st 
and 
last 
m o t 
re n t, 
1 M 'm o * I 
I 
'en»Jor_e!ean up 
¿24-5/6« 


FO R 
lease" house, 
$14$ m o ,' Ko t o s ! 
ok 
C o rre l 
ana 
2 b o d rm . 
W a ln u t. ! 
A fte r 6 
628-64¿0______ 
J 


FO R 
R E N T 
7 
b e d rm 
how sST~if , 
2217 6th St . L a V tr n e 
* 
C e ]L 6 ? fl4 4 3 
F E N C F D V A R S 
I 
N » w iy 
d e corated, 
2 
b e d rm 
w ith , 
garage 
$tJ0 
per 
m o n th , 
50« 
V in - 
ion, 
59-J 812«____________ 


EXECUTIVE 
Split Level 
T ru ly 
a 
beautiful 
hom e 
setting 
on 
a 
¿m all hill 
w ith 
that 
m a jestic 
look 
fit for 
a 
king 
and 
queen. 
O w ner 
is 
tra n s ­ 
fe rred 
so 
his loss, vour 
gain. 
So 
King 
and 
Queen 
let 
us 
show 
vou 
this 
im m ac u late 
hom e 
located N . 
of 
Foothill 
Blvd 
and near a G olf Course. 
4 
bedrm , 
2 
baths, 
beautiful 
carpeting 
and 
drapes. 
C entral 
a ir 
conditioning, 
brick 
fir e ­ 
place 
Queens 
kitchen 
big 
enough to eat 
in. W ith a ll the 
m odern 
blt-ins. 
Outdoor 
living 
is 
w onderful on 
the 
big 
patio. 
P lenty 
of 
room 
for 
a 
pool, 
if 
needed 
3 
vrs 
voung 
and 
Its 
for 
you. 
C om e 
see. 
P riced 
at 


REALTY CO . 
1052 W . 4th Street 
M E M B E R M U L T IP L E L IS T IN G 


Horse Ranches 
POMONA 
REALTORS 
NA 3-3441 


F O R lease 1540 so ft store bldg on 
m ission 
w ith 
p arkin g 
facilities 
Located 
at 
584 586 
M ission 
C all 
622-2567 for In fo rm atio n .____________ 
F O R 
R E N T 
M l 
unit, 
shop 
or 
storage. 
4329 
sta te, 
627-1233 
or 
(213) E D 7-6303______________________ ] 
B R A N D 
new 
M -2 
In d u s tria l 
B uild­ 
ings. 
F ro m 
2800 
sq 
ft 
up 
D ick s 
In d u s trial 
R entals, 
986 8867, 
629- 
0681, 984 6924 
______________________ 


2200 
SO 
F T 
In d u s trial 
space 
near 
M o n tc la ir P la za . C a ll collect <213)1 
282 1 2 4 S ____________________________ 
4 
S T A L l 
g a rag e , 
Foothill 
Bivd 
in 
San 
D im a s 
220 
w irin g . 
Fenced 
y ard . A -l location. $150 m o. 
N A 4 5633 
_________ 


T O B U Y »> T O S E L L 
B IL L M U R P H Y CO R E A L T Y 
3708 R iverside D r., Chino 
N A 
8 5596 
or 
N A 
S-SS17 


24,000' N E W b u lld irg , concrete tilt 
1 up, 
21' high 
Inside, 
3 truck 
high 
docks. 
220 — 3 phase p <w e r. lot* 
of p erkin g , 629-4735 - 986-6759 


PLEASANT WALK 
TO SHOPPING 
Big 
as 
a 
castle 
C h a rm 
and 
space 
M ust 
be 
4 000 
sq 
ft 
A ctual 
living 
area 
Including 
deluxe 48 ft basem ent. 20 x 20 
s eparate 
dining 
room 
Forced 
a ir 
heat, 
huge 
fo rm a l 
living 
room 
4 
bedrm s, 
m ission 
rock 
t replace, 
hdwd 
floors, 
plaster 
w alls, 
lovely kitchen 
A-1 
a rea 
N 
of 
H oil. 
Sec 
today, 
tom or­ 
row w ill be too late. 
DELANEY REALTY 
6 2 7 -3 5 2 9 


FO R 
lease 
w ith 
option 
to 
buv 
2 
bedrm 
hom e, 
hardw ood 
f i r s , , 
fenced 
v ard 
$125 
m e. 
D riv e 
bv I 
2167 
S tanford. 
C all 
A gent 628 0843 
o r 628-3428.____________________________ ] 
You Don t Drive??? 


You 
can 
w alk 
less 
than 
'a 
block 
to 
shopping 
Convenient 
location. M o n tview or St. M a d e ­ 
leine's schools. This nice 4 bed­ 
rm , 
13 4 
b ath, 
hom e 
sells 
for 
$17 500 
W ill 
sell 
under 
G l 
or 
F H A term s 
C. R. SKINNER, Realtor 
N A 
3 2817________ or___________629-8562 
SPECIAL 


C e n tra l A ir C onditioned 
Huge 
Irens 
and 
sweeping 
lines 
accent 
this 
rustic 
setting. 
3 
huge 
bedroom s 
plus 
fa m ily 
room 
or 
dining 
room 
serviced 
bv 2 p u lim an baths. 
Hardw ood 
floors, 
covered 
w ith 
lush 
n y ­ 
lon 
carp e t'n g . 
gobs of cabinets 
and yards of counter space a c ­ 
cent the 
kitchen 
a rea 
w ith 
a ll 
blt-ins, 
plus 
blt-in 
re frig e ra to r. 
Huge 
livin g 
a rea 
has 
sliding 
glass opening 
to big p atio and 
nuge re a r y ard . Its a iungle of 
b e au tifu l 
flo w e rin g 
plants 
and 
gorgeous 
shrubs. 
F u ll 
p rice 
$16 950 
No 
down 
G l, 
F H A 
te rm s . Also. 


N A 3-4381 


Open Every Day & Sunday 
9 a.m. to 8 p.m. 


HORSE 


RANCHES 
W H A T A MESS!! 


Needs 
a 
good 
cleaning 
and 
some 
p ain t. 
D eluxe 
queens k it­ 
chen 
w ith 
bit in 
range 
and 
oven 
and 
room y 
dining 
F o r­ 
m al 
livin g 
room 
w ith 
sliding 
glass 
doors 
at 
the 
re a r 
for 
indoor - outdoor 
livin g . 
3 
spa­ 
cious bedrm s w ith lets of closet 
space 
and 
1% 
baths 
o ff 
the 
c en tral 
h a ll 
plan 
A 
stone's 
throw to V ernon Jr. H igh. Now 
vacan t 
and 
ready 
to 
show. 
F u ll 
price 
$15,950, 
no 
down 
V A 
$117.13 
per 
includes 
both 
P and 


5 
A C R E S 
com pletely 
fenced, 
5 
stalls, 
1 
bedrm 
house 
and 
guest 
room , _ $160 
a 
m onth. 
624-0461___ 
11L A C R E 
Horse R anch in pasture, 
large hom e, b a rn , w ell and equip. 
5 
m iles 
S 
0 » 
O n ta rio 
A irp o rt. 
$100,000 984-0150 or 983-6440 ______ 
HORSE RANCH 


★ PRIVATE PARTY ★ 
W ilt 
pay 
cash 
for 
your 
hom e 
even 
if you 
a r e behind 
o r 
in ] 
foreclosure 
I 
pav 
a ll 
costs 
and 
escrow fees 
Sell 
direc t. 
Cash of- ] 
te r 
in 
10 
m in 
C all 
M r , 
Netson, 
623-2541 
se- 
S P E C U L A T O R 
w ill buy 3 cr 4 
bedrm 
house. 
A ll 
cash. P rice 
m ust be right 
B K R . 627-3597 


" P R IV A T E 
p a rty 
w ill 
loan 
m rn e v 
on 
vour home 
or 
w ill 
purchase 
even 
if in 
foreclosure 
and 
re- 
s 
' 
->» O f on 
’ U 
220 


3 
or 
4 B E D R M 
hom e 
needed. 
Condition 
u n im p o rta n t. 
P a rty 
w ill, 
p a y _ c a s h 
for_ equity 
983-6584_ 


A P A R T M E N T S 
w anted 
Consdr 
all 
no 
m a tte r 
w hat 
kind 
of 
prblm s 
Special 
in 
problem s 
Send 
info to 
P O . Bo» 1538 Costs M e s a _________ 


N A T IO N A L 
product 
n eed , route 
m an for 
large 
local te rrito ry 
No 
investm ent 
needed 
A il m dse 
given 
on 
consignm ent 
W e 
c a rry 
accounts 
and 
furnish 
sam ples. 
E arn 
up 
to 
$8C0t m onth. 
M ust 
have 
truck or s m all 
van 
and 
be 
your 
own 
boss 
forever 
C elt 
on 
established 
business 
firm s 
only 
during week davs 
A ct im m ediate- 
; ly 
N ot restricted by age or race. 
Phone (2 ’ 3i 435-6356 days or (714) 
526-1375 e v e s ____________________ 
; N E W 
and 
used 
fu rn itu re 
store 
F a m ily problem s m ust sell. T a k e ’ 
in 
tra d a 
of 
$1.700 cash. 
679-0317, 
I 678 8077 


W E 
B U Y 
H O M E S 
A N Y 
A R E A 
G et 
the 
facts 
before 
you 
sell, 
not 
a fte r. 
Pay 
all 
costs, 
delin­ 
quent paym ents etc 
„ 
D E L A N E Y 
627 3529 
■ _________ t v e w W 799 Iflg f__________ 


IX CLOSE-IN 
Bv 
ow ner. 
4 
b e d im . 
1% 
baths, 
N E 
location 
N ear 
shopping, 
on 
bus line. $15.500 626 7207____________ 
NICE NEIGHBORHOOD 
F c r 
lease or 
sale 
3 bedrm 
(Ig e j 
m a s te r), 2 toll baths, living room ,! 
dining 
a rea and den 
(a ll 
w ith , 
w w 
c a rp rt 
and 
custom 
d rapes); 
K itchen, 
u tility 
porch 
double 
ga 
rage, 
lots 
of 
storage, 
hdwd 
floors, 
a ir cond, 
fenced 
v a rd ,, 
near 
E m erson 
J r 
H i. 
M in dow n.: 
Assum e 
paym ents 
on 
$21,000 
(A p p ro x 
90% 
of 
a p p ra is a l). 
C all; 
623 4500 
VALENTINE FOR WIFE 
H e r 
eves 
w ill 
light 
u p 
With 
toy 
when 
you 
show 
her 
this 
delu xe 
kitchen, 
b't-ins 
galore, 
fa m ily 
rto m 
adjoining 
In 
Choice N E 
d istrict, near M oun­ 
ta in 
V iew 
School. 
W hich 
is 
| 
n e ar 
San 
B ernardino 
and 
In ­ 
dian 
H ill, 
which 
has 
a 
Ige 
shopping d istrict. 
This 
is 
the 
4 bedroom Plus a fa m ily room 
w hich m eans room for a grow ­ 
ing fa m ily . 
Deluxe in and oof. 
j 
Room 
to 
park 
tra ile r, 
O nly 
$7 4 ,0 0 0 
w ith 
lew 
Oown, 
e xtra 
good 
term s 
or 
w ill 
consider 
tra d e for Covina area 
C. R. SKINNER, Realtor 


N A m 
l ? ___________________ N A 14741 
BUY N O W 


D O N 'T W A IT 


Hom es 
a re 
getting 
scarce. 
B eau tifu l 
2 
story 
a ir 
condi­ 
tioned. 
J 
bedrm , 
1% 
baths. 
F a m ily room 
w ith 
sliding door 
to 
lovely 
deck 
Step 
dnwn 
liv ­ 
ing room 
separate dining level. 
Lge 
Sit-in 
kitchen 
with 
abun­ 
dant cupboards and a sit down 
a re a . 
Lovely 
patio 
and 
fir# 
ring 
W alled 
and 
neatly 
land­ 
scaped. 
Only $21.500 
J. 
C 
K night (24 hours» 
626 0388 
LARGE FAMILY 
SPECIAL 


P le n ty of 
room 
to 
m ove 
around 
in this 5 B drm hom e and Budget 
P ric e d , 
too 
Only 
$15 500 
F H A 
e r V A. 


Good w orking horse 
ranch on 9'? 
acres. 
F u lly 
equipped 
w ith 
2 
barns, 
22 
box 
stalls, 
la rg e 
pad­ 
docks. 
and 
'4 
m ile 
ra ce 
track 
Also 
2 
v e ry 
nice 
hom es 
w ith 
3 
bedroom s, 
built-in 
kitchens, 
and 
fireplaces. 
P riced to sell at B l32,- 
000 
C an 
W illie 
M a g 
Sale 
e ve ­ 
nings (714 ) 624-7912 


Pomona North 
560 E. Foothill, Pomona 
SPLISH SPLASH 


T a ke a 
look 
at this be au tifu lly 
lined 
rustic 
Style 
hom e 
— 
FA 
heating —- a ir conditioning. 
Jum bo size living room , 3 tw in 
sized 
bedrm s w ith c arpets and 
drapes 
Queens 
kitchen 
w ith 
b lt-in 
R 
and 
O 
and 
re frip . 
R ecreation 
room 
w ith 
a 
bit-m 
bar 
pe rfe ct 
tor 
en tertain in g 
F a m ily 
room 
w ith glass doors 
leading 
to 
a 
Ige 
cov 
patio 
S w im m in g pool — lge y ard — 
loads 
of 
p riv a c y . 
F u ll 
price 
$19,950. 
No 
down 
V A 
$139 51 
per m o includes both P and I. 
LEWIS REALTY 
4791 H olt B lv d ., M o n tc la ir 
626 1597 
____________________ Y U 4-1761 
4 BEDROOMS 


At 
a 
fa m ily 
price 
of 
only 
$16.950 
F H A V A 
term s 
B>g 
patio 
w ith 
b u ilt 
u p 
BBQ 
Also 
sm all 
p a tio 
fro m 
kitchen 
door 
to 
g arage 
Big 
carpeted 
living 
room , 
w ide 
tot 
room 
for 
boat 
and tra ile r. The p rice is rig h t, 
be quick — c a ll. 


NA 6-1241 
Open Every Day & Sunday 
9 a m. to 8 p.m. 


R E A L T Y C O M P A N Y 
560 E. Foothill, Pomona 
UPLAND 
2 INDUSTRIAL BUILDINGS 
S P L IT 
level 
4 
B R . 
2 
bath, 
fam 
din u tility 
room s 
Cpts, 
drps. 
A ir 
cond. $29,000. 982-0724 _____________ 


G O TTA G O 


O w n er 
is 
tra n s fe rre d , 
m ust 
seil. 
Com e 
have 
a 
lock, 
m ake 
an 
offer 
on 
this 
b e au tifu l 
2 
story 
hom e 
w ith 
heated 
pool, 
Custom 
patio, 
5 
bedrm s, 
3 


F H A ,'v A T ry 
0 ,,* r 
° * 
* 2I,9S0 
NA 6-1241 
Open Every Day & Sunday 
9 a.m. to 8 p.m. 


4 Locations to J erv e You 
M a in O ffice 
200 
W 
H olt, 
Pom ona 
2030 N 
G A R E Y , P O M O N A 
700 E . F O O T H IL L , P O M O N A 
8970 C E N T R A L A V E ., M T C L R . 


Near Montclair Plaza 
Shopping Center 


1. 
3000 saure foot building 


7 
4000 saare foot building 
Located on 
A rro w 
H ighw ay on 
2 
lots side bv side 
60' * 285' each 
Zoned 
C -ln d u s iria l 
O w ner 
asking 
79% 
down 
and 
w ill 
c a rry 
back 
paper at 7% 
P riced 
at $40,00000 
each. 


C a ll 
W illie 
M a e 
Sale 
evenings 
424 7912 


A G O IN G T H IN G ! 


For 
indoor-outdoor 
livin g , 
garden 
kitchen 
w ith 
sliding 
w indow s 
to 
covered 
patio 
to 
m ake 
the 
elec 
trie kitchen a 
w orking p a rtn e r of 
your patio. 


4 
bedroom s, 
2 
baths 
carpeting, 
custom 
d ra p erie s, 
fire p la c e , 
elec­ 
tric 
9 »rage 
door 
opener. 
V iew 
lot. D iam ond B a r. 


REALTORS 
NA 3-3441 


4 Locations to Serve You 
M a m O ffice 200 W 
Holt. Pom ona 
2030 N 
G A R E Y , P O M O N A 
700 E 
F O O T H IL L , P O M O N A 
8970 C E N T R A L A V E , M T C L R . 
Resort Prop. Sale 
23 


L ID O " P A R K 
35' 
K it“ " 
set 
up 
p e rm a n e n tly . 
C om pletely 
fu r ­ 
nished 
Sleeps 
4, 
Includes 
5 
y r I 
lease. C o m p le te B ath. C all E ta h an ! 
628-4726 


Income Prop. 
24 


G O O D 
in v e s tm e n t,” good 
location 
good 
p ro p e rty , 
J 
units, 
incom e 
$177 
P riced 
»17,500 
w ith 
$7,500 
down, 
balance 
by 
ow ner 
a t 
4% 
N A 2 5269______________ 
★ PROBATE SALE ★ 
N ice 
M o tel 
w ith 
ow ners' 
H om e 
Ideal 
for 
couple 
W A N T IN G 
6 W N 
B U S IN E S S 
w ith 
X L N T 
Incom e 
VI 
B*M o R - a ltv 674 7674 


3 
— 
1 
B E D R O O M wgugga a ll 
fa r 
ing the s tree t 
W a lkin g distance to 
the 
m a ll. 
Incom e 
a p p ro xim a te ly 
$228 
a 
m o. 
M u s t 
salt 
$20.500 
Term s. 
; S m alt 
duplex, 
sm all 
lof. 
incom e 
a p p ro x im a te ly 
$1*00 
a 
year 
O nly 
$10 950 
S m all down 
Spacious 
6 
room 
custom 
built 
hom e 
plus 
4 
units, 
m cm n# 
a p ­ 
p ro x im a te ly $6900 
a 
year 
O ut of 
tow n 
ow ner 
anxious 
to 
sell. 
W ill 
take 
s m a ll 
dow n 
or 
possibly 
a 
trade 
on 
a 
good 
F irs t 
T rust 
Deed 
$57.000 fu ll price 
M 
B aum an 
Broker 
N A 
3 # 2 9 
N A 
2 3185 


E ve lyn K rid le r 


ocations to S erve You 
ittic e 200 W . H olt, Pom ona 
i N . G A R E Y , P O M O N A 
- .F O O T H IL L , P O M O N A 
E N T R A L A V E ., M T C L R . 
Pomona North 
5 6 0 E. Foothill, Pomona 
TOP LO C A TIO N 
JUST ARRIVED 
W ell 
b u ilt 
rustic 
ran ch 
type 
hom e, grounds m ust be over 200 
ft 
deep. 
Q uiet 
setting 
of 
a ll fine 
hom es. 
T a ll 
trees 
and 
green 
law ns. 
In te rio r 
shows 
fine 
taste 
H ardw ood 
floors, 
w -w 
c a rp e t 
and 
fa m ily 
size 
k itchen 
2 
w ell 
a rra n g e d 
bed­ 
rm s 
and 
m a ste r 
bath. 
E asy 
access 
to 
the 
back 
y a rd 
and 
7 
car g a ra g e 
V a c a n t — quick 
possession. 
F u ll 
p rice 
$11,500 
no 
dow n 
V A 
$*0 85 
p e r 
m o 
includes both P and I. 
LEWIS REALTY 
4791 H olt B lv d ., M o n tc la ir 
*268597 
_____________________ Y U « 1761 


3 BEDROOM Plus > O O l 
1% 
baths, 
m assive 
40 x 20 
Anthony 
P ool, 
h ealed, 
u ltra 
m od 
kitchen, 
fo rm a l 
liv 
r m 
a nd 
dining 
rm , 
open 
beam 
c eiling, 
fire p l 
full 
w -w 
carpets 
and 
d ra p es , 
tBOO 
sq 
ft, 2 c ar q arag e, easy c a re y ard , 
tro p ic al 
landsc. 
M u s t 
sell 
Asking 
! $21,500. 
$145 
per 
m o. 
E ves 
artd 
! w knds 629-8181 
_____________ 


ANXIOUS OUT OF T O W N 
OWNER 
M u s t sail this exc el 3 b e d ro rm 
Plus 
fa m ily 
room 
hom e. 
1% 
baths, 
F -A 
heat, 
larg e 
living 
j 
room 
w ith 
fire p la c e , 
bit-ln 
ra n g e 
and 
oven. 
A 
g re a t 
buy 
at 
only 
»17,500 
V A 
o r 
F H A 
1 
te rm s. 


N. UPLAND 
EXECUTIVE HOME 
Lovely 
h o m e 
in 
San 
A ntonio 
H eights 
J 
bdrm s, 
2V* 
ba'h », 
F O R M A L 
D IN IN G 
R O O M , 
fam 
rm , 
carpeted, 
draped 
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re a r 
y a rd 
w 
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pool, 
tots 
c f 
concreted 
a rea 
tor 
| 
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c«v 
pat*©, 
ab le 
a tt 
gar 
V a c a n t, 
im m ed ia te 
occupancy. 
P ric e d at $43,900 
R efer to No 
731 


OPEN EVERY DAY 
20 Sale$men to Serv© You 
C L A R E M O N T O F F IC E S 
813 W 
Foo th ill 
US N 
Indian H ill 
NA 4-3561 
NA 4-3521 
24 Hours 


CASH FOR YOUR HOME 
You 
ge» 
a ll 
cash 
N o 
escrow 
tees 
of 
ctos «o 
costs 
Fast 
C ourteous Service. 
Agt 
627-3516 - 983 6312 


REALTORS 
NA 3-3441 


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560 E. Foothill, Pomona 
Offices—Stores 
25A 


C A B A N A * type portable office. 10 by 
i 20, a ir cond. 
¡ights, 
con p i 
S acri-] 
1 fice 
M a k e offer. 
NA 
1-1*14, 
4I4J 
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. 
ye Furnished P riv a te O ffice 
at 1590 N 
P ark 
»50 
per m o 
In­ 
cluding a ll utilities. 
C all M R 
B E C K , *29 7522 
_ 
I 
Professional o ffic e *, corner 
loc­ 
ation 
on 
m a io r 
boulevard 
P lenty 
of 
P arking 
E ach 
of­ 
fice 
eom pietaly 
n • w I y 
re 
decorated 
A ir 
cond 
P riv a le 
bathroom 
and 
show er 
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gnlv 
*15 
including 
all 
u tilities 
*2*1411 or 98» 2731 
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lo c 
a>r 
cond. 
new 
fu m 
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$40 $75 $95 
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*27 3 9 I2 ,_ Y U _ 2 8 I|7 


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L t A S t 
: 
offices, 
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N 
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1 
rm 
$50. 
1423 
N, 
: G are v 
3 r u n $95 
A il u tilities. 
N A 2 52*9 
Professional Office Bldg. 
N W .C. Tow n# A v e .- 2nd S t., Pom 
Approx 
3000 
*q 
ft , 
* ir 
cond, 
beaut, 
w alnut 
paneled, 
executive 
! suite 
Large 
paneled conference 
room 
L arge 
general 
office 
area. 
L a rg e 
storage 
a rea 
A m ple 
park- 
j ing. 
Lesse 
$850 
per 
m o 
plus 
I taxes, 
w ith 
option 
to 
buy 
at 
»85 000 
O w ner 
— 
Robert, 
w kdvs, 
: 629 5284 
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REALTORS 
N A 3-3441 


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F O R Y O U R H O U S E 
W e pay 
all costs 
ADVANCE REALTY CO. 
4A 4 0014 
Y U 3 3411 
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LESS TIME!! 
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a p p ra iM l 
and 
cash 
offer 
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(Usually full cash 
market value) 
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a re behind in 
p aym ents 
or 
in 
foreclosure. 
W e 
pay 
a ll 
escrow 
costs 
and 
tees 
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cash 
to 
you 
W e 
need 
50 
hom es 
in 
the 
next 90 
days 
Any 
price, 
any 
a rea 
Just 
c a ll. 
W e 
have 
buyers 
end 
investors 
w a it­ 
ing. 
GILMORE REALTY 
E Q U IT Y P U R C H A S E S 
1268060 
982-7265 


18 Houses 
Houses 
CLARIMONT 
CLAREMONT 


Houses 
UPLAND 


12930 Central, Chino 
N A 8 8 5 4 7 or N A 8 3 0 3 7 


★ EXCELLENT F IN A N C IN G 


SOUTH P O M O N A 
3 
Bedroom s, 
2 
Baths, 
IM M A C U ­ 
L A T E 
— 
NO 
Down 
V A 
- 
LOW 
down F H A . 
$ 1 7 ,30 0 


LEWIS HO M ES 
627 3717 
¿24 8581 
Eves 
62*06)1 
BIG POOL 


S harp 
as 
a 
tack 
is 
this 
little 
beau ty. 
Huge 
huge 
re ar 
v ard 
is 
set 
off 
w ith 
p ra c tic a lly 
new 
fil­ 
tered 
custom 
Pool 
and 
patio 
2 
bedrm s plus den or 
»am ily 
room 
; H as 
alm ost 
new 
w w 
carpet,ng. 
i Huge 
kitchen 
has 
separate 
eating 
a rea 
F u lly 
enclosed 
patio 
o r 
a 
separate room 
2 car attached ga 
ra g * 
W H A L E 
O F 
A 
B A R G A IN 
A T 
$17.500 
With 
F H A 
and 
G l 
te rm s. 
N A 3-4381 
Open Every Day & Sunday 
9 a.m. to 8 p m. 


CL P A N 
2 
bedrm 
G t - 
r w 
A d u itt 
p r té t r r td , 
1 041 
w a . - 
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N A 2-822* 
, 
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4 B E D R M , 2 both w ith p a iio ~l t a r • ? 
port. (135 
1st end test. C le a n d«o 
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N r 
U n im e rt 
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r e q ._ 5 « l3 l2 6 
J 
2 
B E D R M , 
(e rg # u tility 
room , 
$ 7 | ! 
a 
m onth. 
W 
M ission, 
P om ona 
N A 4 349ft____________ 
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3 
b d rm , 
1 % 
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B E D R M , 
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if * fenced vd, »130, 2*64 Í. PaHc 1 
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1 
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ta m e , 
re frig 
and sfovp 
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g a t 
and 
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p a id , 
las 
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S t., 
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w ith 
option, 
$180 
rno 
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1% 
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P u ri'Oi a 
TU 9-7062 _________________ 


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| at N A «5316 


Furnished Apts. 
36 


B A C H E L O R A o f 
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lies 
paid 
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be 
te e n 
at 
I M P * t 
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, 


C O L L E G E 
student 
m a le 
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r o # ^ * t 
tor rent on vy a cre in San A m gas, i 
$40 
pe r 
m o 
por 
p a rson. 
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L IV IN G 
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L a rg e 
d elu xe 
3 
bedroom 
ow ner's 
unit. 
baths, 
»¡replace 
dish 
w eshar. 
new 
c a rp e t* 
and 
drapes 
Also 
includes 
ten 
7 
b e d rm , 
l ' j 
bath 
units 
H eated 
filte re d 
pool. 
$119.506. 
6 
6 
W 
W 
6 
W 
* 
w 
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4 units. 
N orth U pland. 
A ll ? bed 
room s, 1 lj baths, c arp et«, drapes 
b u ilt-in *. 
10"« 
dow n 
to 
6 % % 
25 
yr loan 


Saturday & Sunday 
10 A.M. Til Dark 


Homes Of Distinction 


Im m e d ia te 
C onfid ential 
S e rv le t 
N o m a tte r now far back to default 
W e pev a ll cost* 


C a ll D ay or N ig h t 
626 8 597 
or 
Y U 
6-17*1 
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W E 
P A Y 
CA S H 
F O R 
L O W E R 
P R IC E D 
H O M E S 
W E 
M A K E 
U P 
B A C K 
P A Y M E N T S 
F A S T C O N ­ 
F ID E N T IA L S E R V IC E 
Ca»h Offer in 3 Hr$. 
Any Area or Cond. 
W e Pay All Cost» 


P A R T H E N O N 
B U IL D E R S 
INC 
M R 
R E N ./lc K 
*2)1592 
WE HAVE 
CASH 


For Home Equities 
Call Today 


F or F a s t Professional Service 
P O M O N A REALTY 
62 3-4381 


Business Oppor. 
26 


W A R N IN G 
Read Contracts Thoroughly 
AND 
INVESTIGATE 
BEFORE YOU INVEST 
State inspectors and In ve s tig ato r* 
a rt enforcing Section 17500 of the 
Business 
end 
Professions 
code 
w hich reads (In p a rt) as follow s: 
It it u n la w fu l to publish any ad 
vertising 
w hich 
it 
u ntrue or m is­ 
leading 
and 
w hich 
is 
know n 
or ; 
w hich by the exercise or 
reascn 
a b t* c are should be know n to be 
) u ntrue or 
m islead me 
th e 
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i re ts B u ittftn strives to protects its 
1 read ers 
* * * > « * • 
such 
a d v c rtitin e 
and 
exception 
to 
this 
should 
be 
reported 
to 
the 
C lassified 
advcr 
tisine 
m anager 
im m e d ia te ly 
bv 
phonm # N A jf-1201 
4 
B A R B E R 
C H A IR S , 
very 
good 
cond. 
*29 1 861. 
11271 
PtpeltTie 
1 A y * , P om ona 
___ 


A T T R A C T IV E 
wom on. 
P T 
f T 
! S tart 
your 
own 
bus 
now 
S m all 
I re tu rn a b le deposit 
Apply 
18 a m 
to 
1 
e m , 
Mon 
W ed 
and 
F r i . 
t 
O vation 
C osm etics, 
1031 
W 
H olt, 
IP POHtOr:* 


I L E Y * 
R e a l t y 
O N T A R IO 


L A N D A N D IN V E S T M E N T 
9 8 3 -6 5 1 7 


2007 
N 
G a ro y __________ Ph 
593-4531 


C A R E 
about 
m oney ? 
How do 
you 
like 
know ing 
th a t 
I'v e 
alre e d y 
saved 
you 
$1680 
when 
you 
buy 
this hoys# — 4 bedrm 2 car g a r, 
air-cond, 
custom 
appointm ents, 
N o rth 
Pom ona 
location 
$28 000, 
10% 
dn. 
Good 
fo rm *. 
B y 
ow ner 
*82 


CLAREMONT 
P ric e d F ro m $ 3 7 ,5 0 0 


Radcliffe Drive and Mill» Ave., one half mile 


north of Foothill Blvd., in Claremont 
INTEREST 


2 6 J Cor G arage* 


Autom atic Garage Doer* 


All Medallion Kitchen* 


GE Self Cleaning Ovens 


M srbte E ntry Hails 


Refrigerated A ir Conditioning 


FH A -V A OR Gl 


N O D O W N PYMT 


featuring 


Frigidaire Appliances 


(714) 624-9919 


3 
B d rm , 
Some 
w ith 
Close 
to 
I 
$13.000 
to 
paym ents. 
Y O * 14!» 


rto w lf 
pamted 
hom es. 
fencing 
and 
patios, 
schools 
and 
shopping. 
»13,758. 
Low 
mon inly 
L Y 
3 5559 
or 
(213) 
E X C L U S IV E SALES AG ENTS 


Jem e* R 
G riffitts, | r . 
R e f r e s h m e n t s C o u r t e s y 


o f S o . C a l if , k d it o n 
E M E R S O N 
School 
D is tric t 
3 
br, 
r " b ath *. 
F ire p la c e . 
W W 
c ar­ 
pet, 
d 'a p ts 
Luc 
kitchen 
Serv 
porch. 
Lots of 
cabinets 
Lee cov 
ered 
patio 
Sep 
concrete 
play 
area . 
E x te rio r 
fresh ly 
pam ted 
Block 
w a ll 
On 
an 
a lle y 
$11008 
By 
appointm ent 
only 
*29 0540 
REALTORS 


P a g e 
1 0 , 
S e c . 


P r o 0 r . . . - » u l ! . t i n 
P o m o n a 
C a lif 
M lS C e ll a n e O U S 
F r id a y E v e n in g , F e b ru a ry 1 4 , 1 9 6 9 
56 Miscellaneous 
56 Household Furn. 
60 Wjsical-Radio-TV 


Furnished Apts. 
36 Unfurnished Apts. 
37 


(C o n tin u e d fr o m 


P re v io u s P a g e ) 


BACHELOR CO TTAG E 
122! W. Holt, Pom. 593-4336___ 
"T he Latest Addition to Pom ona" 
Daily. Weekly or Monthly Rates 
TO W N H O U S E P O M O N A 
1379 W. Mission 
Blvd 
629-6185 
(near General Dynamics'____ 
$ 7 5 i 
B edTiTt. Upstairs 
Frank 
Charles 
62V 0131 
ATTRACTIVE 1 BDRM APT 
Good 
location, ST 10 
inci 
utilities. 
629-7*32 or 626-4792 
__ 


O NTARIO area 
2 bdrm tu rn , SI 15. 
Carpets a o d d rapes. Cali 626-. 40 7 
C O M P LE T E LY 
furnished 
Bachelor 
& 
1 
B drm 
Apts. 
U til 
F R E E ! 
1360 W, 3rd St., POMONA 
622-6502 
AIR CONDITIONED 
bedrm apt, 
] 
child 
O K , 
Complete 
Rntndnr 
fa cilities, 
located 
in 
a 
quiet 
neighborhood 
C all 984-tUt._____ 
BEAUTIFUL, 
large 
and 
» m a ilj 
BR apfs, air cor.d, lge htd pool. 
Wt-fn range and refrigerator, cots, 
tfrps. soundproofing, pvt pst'O. gar 
storage. Adults. No Pot*. $99.50 up 
622-8225 ___________ 
1 


D R A P E R Y 
and 
carpet 
in sta lle r 
w ill 
re p a ir, 
restretch 
o r 
replace 
carpets. 
D raperies 
$1.39 
sd 
y d _____ 
includes labor and m a te ria ls. C a lhG A R A G E Sale 
tor 
f-oe 
estim ate, 
984 s28V 
| 
LA R G E 
2 
bedrm 
apt, 
drapes, COMA8ERCIAL 
vacuum . 
Surwested 
cjosod 
ratau 
p r i c e $289 05 
(Sale) 
$5 
down, $7 mo or $140 cash. 
679 719* 
W AS HER . D R Y E R . R E F R IG 
STOVE AN D TV 
629-9451 
_ 
___ 
recreation room , 
13 x 20 
tus, carpeted 
excel cond. 222 E 


stove, 
garbage 
disposal, 
; 
garage, 
w afer 
pa. 
$85. 1224 
E 
G rand, A pt 1. 622-0524 
2 
BE DR O O M , 
pool 
apa rtm e nt 
’ 
Newly 
carpeted, buitt-ins, 
a ir 
! 
conditioned 
sound proof. P riva te 
natio. 
$115. 
M o n td a ir 
isla n d e r.- 
i 
10340 
P radera, 
NA 
6 8959 
o r LA R G E 
1 NA 4-2734 


1--* 
T V 's for 
sale 
120, $30, 
$50. 
Excel cond. 1377 W 
Holt, Pomona 
622-6740 
I 
Sal and Sun. Elec 
trie 
w elder, 
electric 
handsaw 
dinette 
set, 
m ovie 
cam era, 
etc, 
M isc 
tools 
and 
other 
item s. 
525 
C arleton Place. C larem ont. 
___ 
Sofa Bed $20, r lee trie rdger 
4,1 HP I t 5. re frig $20 
674-2805 
_________ 


CLAREM O NT 
, Lovely 2 bedrm , lu x u ry suite. 
In 
, quiet garden atm osphere. Pool, a ir 
: cord, 
cpts, 
drps, 
580 
B ucknetl, 
NA 4-8611 
$180 


a rp e w -, - — 
... 
oothMI, Pomona, L Y 3-2045, Sp 53 
r s e a a T 
fro m 
$1.75 
C A R P ET 
In sta lle r 
has 
surplus 
sg y d . 
626 6701 D ir,___ 


• 
• 


Resort Prop.—Rent 38 


CABINS, 
Bla 
Bear 
Lake, 
$25 F 
week-end. 
624 0724 a lte r 
6 
P.m 


Furnished Rooms 
39 


* * * YM C A HOT 1 L 7$14 wkTiT i ric * 
" Y " 
m em bership, 
m aid 
service 
Coin-op 
Laund. 
350 
N , 
G arey. 
623-6433 -A *W 
_ 
. 
ROOM $9 
W E E K , com pletely 
fu r 
nisbed. 
good 
neighborhood, close 
in, 
men only. 
807 
N 
Gibbs St., 
Porr.ona. 
_ _____ 


• 
• 
E S T A T E S A L E 
2 
F u r 
Coats; 
1 
Seal and 
1 
E r­ 
m ine. 
V e ry 
reasonable. 


G I S T S 
Per 400 Pom ona M a ll West _ N A 2-7277 
- • 
YE A R 
A r o u n d 
Special. 
Y our NEIG H B O R H O O D 
chiids 
toy 
welded 
free 
No 
Pur 
chase 
necessary 
Dick s 
Brake 
M u ffle r, 
and 
A lign m en t, 
1409 
W 
H o lt, Ont. 679 0681 
__________ 


G AR A G E Sate 
F u rn itu re , n o th in g ,; 
¡pep, efc. 
Sat 
and 
Sun, 
Feb 
15- 
16, 9 4 
860 S 
Ci lleue, C larem o nt. 
60 
B R IT A N N IC A 
Encyclopedia 
w ith 
year 
book, 
$125. 
2161 
N .i 
Towns. Apt, 2. 623-4946 
H ID E 
a 
bed 
$75, 
sewing 
m achine 
cabinet 
and 
other 
m ise 
item s. 
778 Bellevue. San Dim as. 


S H O P P IN G CENTER 
TAKES APARTM ENTS 
! New 
chests, 
$12. 
Bookcases, 
$7 1 
1 New bunkbeds. 
$35. 
D inette 
sets, 
$37 
Lam ps, 
$9. New bedrm 
set, 
6 
Pee, 
$80, 
8' 
couch 
and 
love 
seat, 
m attresses, 
re trig 's , 
stoves, 
washers, 62 / 3952 
____ 
Special A nnouncem ent 
The w o rld fam ous Yam aha m usic 
course 
fo r 
4 8 
year 
old 
children 
is now availab le 
in Pomona V a l­ 
ley. 
Please 
call 
R alph 
Pierce 
M usic for ccm plete details. 
623 5525 


RCA TV-— 1 6 " T ab le M od 
$30. 
593-1253_________ 


65 Mobile Homes 
Trailers-Campers 
Sales or Rent 
W a ln u t Spinet Piano 
Like New $400 
J>74-4839 _ 
G u ita r and Sm all A m plifier 
$35 
623-3026 
________ 


71 Mobile Homes 
Trailers-Campers 
Sales or Rent 
_ _ _ _ _ 


71 Autos Wanted 
76 


FOR SALE 
'66 Im p e ria l 20 x 43)24 
by 
60 
STAR 
m obile home. 
4762 M ission Blvd 
Space 18 
O ntario 


V F R Y 
modern 
For 
one 
m ature 
— 
r.rar Park 
carport 
$75. 626 7828 
1 
BE D R M , 
a ir 
conditioned 
apt, 
all 
u ‘ It» « 
Pd. 
See 
at 
1449 
E 
< p- or call 984-8121. 889.50 pgr m o 
T r a i l e r 
*90 
mo. 
u tji 
po^ 
Un­ 
locked to view at Sp . 2, 4400 Holt 
M ontclair 
No 
children. 
628-3978, 
623-5245 a“ ernoons._______________ 
I / / 
c l o s e 
in 
apt, 
adults oniy, 
PonrHJna. 
_ _ _ _ _ ______________ 


W E S T M O N T 
W alking distance to 
1434 
v e la r, 
Pma 


Clean Sleeping Room 
next to bath 
¥ 
-t— •— i 
$10 w k. 628-4985 _ 


adult™' M cKintV LA R G E 
d ea n tu rn 
room 
K itch en 
privileges. Linens tu rn . $10 week. 
________ 62j_3756_______ _ 
ROOM w ith k it., pvt! enfr., ohone, 
shower, 
u til 
and 
linens, 
$4D-$54 
a month 21 *>8 E. ta V e rn e 


3 
rm 
upstairs 
480 
W, 
Center, 


S A H A R A H O T E L 
Clean room s, show er, TV. laundry 
room , heated pool. W eekly, mon.h- 
|y, 
447 
W 
M onterey 
622 9H5 


★ P O O L T A B L E S ★ 


G e n u i n e S l a t e $ 2 9 5 
New 
A ll 
acc 
free. 
Im 
D elIvery. 
No b n . 100% 
Fin 
629-9220 
A F R IC A N 
V IO L E T S ' and ' supplies. 
M ust 
sell 
ail. 
M ake 
offe r. 
247; 
M onroe, 
Pm a. 
62248826.__ 
1 
15 CU BIC ft Cross top re triu 
a1- 
most 
new 
$60. 
M lsceln. 
fu rn itu re 
104 W. Baseline 
San Dim as. 


G ARA G E 
Cale, 
D ropleaf 
din 
sat, 
7 
ft 
bar 
and 
stools, 
approx 
100 
pcs of 3 'V 
Siding, 
lu m be r, 
baby 
fu rn 
and 
clothes, 
cam p 
stove, 
rmsc 
tu rn , 
clothes 
and 
stuff. 
1807 W, 9th St., Pomona 


E A R L Y 
'68 
RCA 
color 
combma- 
! tion, 
w a lnut 
finish, 
10 
speakers, 
! 75 
inch 
screen. 
Cost 
$1100, 
bell 
I 7675 or m ake o ffe r, 599-3850......... 
g a r a g e 
sale. 
Feb. 15 ahd 16. 9 a.m . - 5 p.m ., 
2169 
Las 
Vcsas, 
north 
Pomona 
Free coffee. 
______________ 
+ CARPETS a 
In sta lle r 
has 
new carpets, 
m any 


Antique 
Furnishings 


TA K F over paym ents on near new 
TV. F u ll console 
A ll ta c tc n r w a r 
ranty s till in effect. 599 M IS, (7141 
5 8 ^ M c 
^Caj-r 


Musical Instruction 
6 
6 


C LA S S IC A L G ilI TAR 
INSTRUCTION 
C all 622 3053 __________ 


60A 


• 
PIAN O 
IN STRU C TIO N 
a 
Degree 
teacher, 
reasonable. 
622-3^59 


colors end patterns. W ill sell below 
cost 
Used carpets, 35c per ya rd . 
673-1703 


* 
BtRCH 
sec'y, 
antique 
Queen- 
Ann 
w ing 
chr, 
com mode, 
w ing] 
chr 
and 
ottom an. 
M isc. 
624-0824 
CUT glass (co lle cto r's ite m s), fu r­ 
nitu re , mah long set and assorted 
ite m s. (213) 339 9602. 
j 


6 
P IE C E 
Sheffield 
S ilver 
service j 
set, 
M ahogany 
sideboard; 
Fhano; 
Lam ps; 
37" 
x 
54" 
landscnped 
p ictu re 
Old 
P o rtra it; 
M iscel ■ 
ems. NA 6-1575 


• DRUM LESSONS • 
PR O F E S S IO N A L. 622-6134 
P R IV A T E LESSONS 
G u ita r — C la rin e t — T rum pet - - 
Flu te — Sax — O rgan — Etc. 
D U G A N S M USIC C O . 
5065 S. Plaza Lane 
M o n tcla ir Plaza 621 2965 


'67 DODGE A-100 Sportsm an Van. 
26,000 m iles. V 8, auto trans, R-H,; 
a ir cond, w ill sleep 7. 623-8595___ 


■68 — 
8 
FT 
C a lifornia n 
Cam per, 
like new, 3 point 
jacks Included 
Take over paym ents. 629-8596 
__ 


8 F T D R E A M E R 
cam per 
Vj cab. 
Range oven ice box. A sking $495, 
985-2244______________ 
'67 13 F T C a rdinal 
Deluxe cam p­ 
ing tra ile r. 
Sleeps 4, excel cond, 
$795. 626-4621 
__ 
20x40 FT T R A IL E R , ‘66, 2 bedrm , 
carpets, 
drapes, 
re frig , 
stove, 
evaporated 
cooler. 
$3995 
W eek­ 
days fro m 
8 to 5 ca ll (714) 628- 
1813 
Weekends c a ll (714) 
627-1764 


Miscellaneous Wtd. 


C E M E N T M IX E R 
and plaster m ix e r 
624 1353 


Y A R D “ SALE. Sat. 10-3, babv turn 
chests, 
other 
furn . 
barbecue, 
m a te rn ity and baby clothes, toys. 
12444 Yorba Chino, 627-4365 _____ 
i> 
GARAGE 
sale;' furniture 
and 
, _ 
. 
rmsc 
Sat 
snd 
Sun, 
til! 
6 
P.m. 
Room and Board 
40 ■ *c, r c h a rd s t 
Pomona.------- 


N E E D 
cu ttin g 
torch 
(buy 
o u tfit 
co m p l). 
Also 
w recking 
55 
Ford 
Sta 
Wgn 
and 
'56 
Dodge 
2 
d r 
Salvage 
Sell 
or 
swap. 
623-3064. j 
CASH 
for 
Coior 
TV 's, 
stereo's and portable T V 's. W o rk ­ 
ing o r not. 623-7481 
W E B U Y GOOD C LE A N 
re frig and gas ranges 
629-7068 


57 Household Furn. 
Wanted- 
★ WANTED 


61 


YOUR C H IL D CAN LE A R N 
TO R E A D AN D P L A Y MUSIC 
In 2 weeks. 624-2192 


Machinery, Tools, 
Farm Equipment 


6 
8 


F u rn itu re and appliances. New or T IL T T ra cto r T ra ile r,a ic 50x c0 


Swaps 
58 


^ and 2 
br. 
O 
Inquire 


B A C H E L O R 


1 - B E D R O O M 
U tilitie s paid, poo] 


$ 1 1 0 


W H Y L IV E alone? Lge rm , lobby 
TV, F lre p l, m aid service. $100 mo 
uo. 210 S 
F ern, 
Ont 
986-9257 


n„ pò ,’ 3.? Hotels—Motels 


m 
, ’V 
 
. ' T 
/ . n 
W 
Æ 
^ 
“ 
p T n ^ . N ^ M T C H E N ^ N . T S 
41 


622-0934 
Bv day or week. 622-7828 
Sunset M otel, 1183 E. M ission, Pont 


U T ,‘- m E nSe a rPaci?vic ’ a X 
E 
' d S 
i POMONA 
DUNES 
By 
day 
a month Phone 623-7908 
A L L 
U T IlT tiS S 
R A ID * 
(electric, 
qar. w a te '. yard care) 
m this 
1 
bedrm , 
air conditioned apt, 
laun­ 
dry, 
l 
sm all 
pet ok. 
See to ap 
predate 
at 
1*4» 
E 
" D 
St. 
$89 50 oer m o. 
___________ 
ATTRACTIVE FURN. APT. 
C hildren OK, no pets. 
$17,50 uc. 1390 E. M ission, Pom. 


week. 
Clean 
scorns. 
Pool, 
TV 
— 
reasonable, 
12^4 W 
2nd. 
623-9255 W ESTERN 


Wanted To Rent 


S M A LL chicken house, w a ter-pro of 
... 
on vour 
property 
suitable fo r 
10 
B lvd., Pomona 
p a ir 
show 
king 
piouon». 
3 
m> 
radius N Pomona. 593-4360 ask fo r 
Neal 


B A B Y 
p la y 
yard 
c rib 
w ith 
m a t­ 
tress, 
s tro lle r, 
w a lker - lu m pe r, 
tcde! tra in e r like new. C all 62T 2060 
PA TIO 
S A LE. 
Double 
bed, 
.twin 
springs 
and 
m attresses, 
radio 
- 
phonograph, 
baby 
turn , 
kitchen 
utensils 
rugs, 
m en's 
clothing, 
skis, 
596 
E. 
A rrow 
H ighw ay, 
C iarpm onf. 
_______________ 
FR E E Z E R . 14 CU f t r e f r i g 
AND BE ER TAPPER 
624 7831 
1 
C lothing, boots, m occa­ 
sins, saddles heaters, vaccines. 
L 
c . Jte tle r 
5226 " D " St., Chino. 
43 ♦ •* 
PAIN TIN ,5 
fu rn itu re , 
an- 
‘ iques, dishe1-. large ve ra tia n m ir ­ 
ro r 
M any 
items 
952 E. M ission 
623-0238...................... 
RCA 
TA PE 
recorder, 
$35 
Good 
cond, Stereo Vibrasonic, $15. Nev­ 
er used. 
629-6290 _____ ___________ 


"S W A P 
M E E T " 
M ission 
D rtve-ln 
T heater. M ission & R am ona, Pm a 
E ve ry Sat & Sun 7 am to 3:30 


Business Equip. 
and Furnishings 
59 


used 
1 
piece or 
houseful, 
m ore »86 6671 or 
79 9745_____ 
I BUY 
FURNITURE 


A N Y AM O UN T 
Days 627 1410 
N ights 
NA 
8-8541 
WANTED 
FURNITURE 


W IL L TOP ANY LE G IT B ID 
SEE FOR Y O U R SE LF 
C A LL NA 2-1361 


10 
ply 
tire s. 
$ li5 . 
9835 
Ramona, i 
M o n tcla ir. 
i 
22 
C A T E R P IL L A R 'tra c to r , 
excel- 
lent condition, see at Los Angeles 
County 
F a ir 
C arpentry 
Shop, 
623-5725 


USED TENT TRAILERS 
'66 Sears, 2 beds 
..........................$425 
'66 Apache 
Eagle 
$595 
'67 Apache E agle 
$695 
T eardrop, old but good 
___ 
$250 
M & M 


C A M P IN G OUTFITTERS 
10379 M ills A v e „ M tc lr. 
624-5509 


LIFETIME W A R R A N TY 
68 Angelus lO W 
Sleeps 
6 
R estful 
blue 
in te rio r 
Dual 
lig h tin g 
system . 
Power 
wa 
ter. 
Includes C raw l Through 


Boot and Flush Toilet 
¿ C - 4 6 


set-up 
in 1 
Covina 
area 
park. 
Show 
m ode!.; 
Coll (213) 283-6393 o r 448 9841 ____ 
69 AP AC H E cam ping tra ile rs now 
on display 
M & M C am ping Out-; 
f itte rs , 
10379 
M ills A v e , M tc lr. 
I 
C A BA N A 
type 
portable 
office. 
10 
by 
20, 
a ir 
cond, 
lights, 
com pl. 
S acrifice. 
Make offer. 
NA 
1-1614, 
4163 Holt Blvd , M tc lr. 
_ 
V IK IN G 
Í0 x 
50. 
Excel lent 
condi­ 
tion. 
See a* 850 w 
M ission, On­ 
tario. Or call »85 2509 


l o o k - 2 BR , 12 x 60' furnished, 
carpet, 
drapes, 
delivered 
and 
set 
up 
fo r 
only 
84595. 
N orthern 
Lights 
M obllehcm e, 
4300 
Holt, 
M tc lr 626-4619 
____ 


VA LEN TIN E SPECIAL 


1 9 6 9 D eluxe T railer 


$ 8 9 5 
T R A V E L 
T R A IL E R 
SP EC IALISTS 
75 NEW M OD ELS 
TO CHOOSE FR OM 
C A R L'S 1223 W. M ission B lvd., 


Scooters—Cycles 
73 


~N ew 350cc W ard's Bike 
160 m ifes S acrifice, $395 
626-0606 


We Pav Top D o lla r 
For Your Car 
N O RM AN F O ’ D SA ES 
272 F H olt Pnmona 
NA 1 2104 NA 3 2105 
FOR HIGHEST PRICES FOR 


YO UR USED LATE M ODEL 


CARS A N D TRUCKS SEE 
W. B. Rundle 


6 2 8 W . H olt 
O N T A R IO 


Trucks for Sale 
77 


'63 FORD <j Ten P.U. 6 cvl, over 
drive . 
$575 o r trade 
for 
car, 
NA 27414 
_______ _ 
*61 Vz TON C H E V Y 
P IC K U P 
13255 Pipeline, Chine 


69 
Boats-Sport Equip. 
JDirI 
and Accessories___ 


Ed7?* Boathouse, Johnson-Chrysler 
Sales, Service, Repairs 
?i 374 E 
A rro w , Covina, 332-6113 
114 
FT 
SC H IAD A 
1 w hite 
upholstery, 
1 A m e rica n 
tra ile r. 


★ $1395 


ski 
boat, 
red- 
45 
HP 
M erc. 
$925. 
629-8596. 


$29.90 
* 9 9 0 Household Furn. 
$49 90 
$149 90 
For Rent 


W alnut fin desks, new 
4-draw er tile cab. new 
¡Cash 
register, 
used 
•IB M 
T ype w riter 
• BUSINESS IN T E R IO R S - _______ 


113 
N 
C itrus, 
Covina 
966 8533 
i 
K E E P IT IN YOUR HOME 
IB M S e lrctric typ e w rite r and stand, 
$i p e r W E E K 
IB M 
E xe culary 
d ictatio n 
equip-; 
m & M E LE C T R IC 
, m ent. 
Postage 
m eter, 
in te rc o m s ,; 450 
Pomona M a ll West. 
NA 3-2521 
‘ office chairs, 
desk, top 
and 
c a rd i 
. r x c c 
tie s , 
other 
mise 
item s 
alt 
reas 
W IN D O W SHADES 
priced. Can be seen Sat and Sum 
t 
u i 
at 
776 
Valparaiso 
(c ia ra b o y a ), R e n ta $-B eds-C nairs-Table$ 


12 FT GLASS boat, 25 HP Johnson, 
tra ile r, 
excellent 
condition. 
$298. 
628-3644 
____ 
A 0 S A IL 
boat 
L id o " 14, 
excel 
cond 
W *• 
irsrltiHet 
SaÜS 
593-3656 


o r NO M O N F Y DOWN w ith ap­ 
proved 
cre d it 
36 
m onths 
at 
$47 95 
Incl. 
ins. 
or 
if 
purchased 
w ith new tru ck, cam per a va il 48 
mos at $39 95 Incl Ins. 
PERKINS TRUCK 
1 6 5 9 E. Mi$5ion, Pom ona 
_ 
6 2 9 -3 6 6 9 
__ 


~ M ANUFACTURERS 


Custom made u tility tra ile r 
$125 
624 6750 
'6 7 O SSA, 175cc 
D irt Bike. Excel Cond, $300 
628-6606 
_____ 
68 D U CA TI 350CC, 1600 m iles. $800. 
Take 
trade 
or 
best 
o ffe r. 
2161 
N. Towne, A p t. 2, 623 4946 
'68 
S U 2U K I 
X-6 
H ustler, 
250cc, 
absolutely flaw less cond, 600 m il, 
$425. 626-8151 
ONE 
week only. 
Anv 
Honda 
recovered, 813. Chucks 
seat 
_ 
_ 
„ 
M oto rcvcle 
Salvage.622-0618 
'65 Y A M A H A 12SCC 
street or d irt 
qood c.ond, $175 674-6673__ 


’6 8 Trium ph, 500cc 
T ig e r lQOc, 2500 m l. 623-8144 
| 
H A R L E Y 
3 
wheeler, 
very 
good 
cond, 
re b lt 
m otor, 
pipes, 
lots o fi 
chrom e. C all aft 6 p.m . 
984-3649 


Late ’6 6 Ford Truck F -3 5 0 
V8 
Custom cab, like new. Not a 
scratch. 
E xtra 
low 
m i, 
heater. 
Suitable fo r 14 ft body or cam per 
C a l l NA 9-2596 8 to 
5 w e e k - 
days, or see at 261 W. C om m er­ 
cia l St., Pom, 
___ __________ __ 
u" '55 FORD PU- I? Ton, new '57 
Buick eng, a ll new undercarriage, 
new tires, new pnt 
$700. Contact 
bet 4-7 p.m , 985-3847 
'55 C H E V Y lVa ton 
truck 
$450 o r 
best 
offer. 
'47 
Chevy 
tow 
truck 
$250 or 
best 
offer, 
C ali 
629 4304, 
1419 S. 
East 
E nd Ave . 
Pom ona. 
'60 CHEVROLET 


2 9 2 BIG 6 
5 
Speed, 
M ain 
trans 
2 
Speed 
axle 
3 
speed 
aux 
w ith 
8' x 20 
livestock 
bed. 
5' 
solid 
sides, 
loading 
gate 
Door 
opening 
on 
rig h t and 
le ft sides. 900x20 —10 
p iv tires, 
A 
real 
buv tor 
fa rm 
Or d a iry. 
SEE THIS O N E T O D A Y 
★ SAVE 


PERKINS TRUCK 
1 6 5 9 E. M is$ion, Pom ona 
6 2 9 -3 6 6 9 


*46 
FORD 
Vj 
Ton 
w ith 
Chov 
283 
628- 
*■* M obile Home 
a*fK-i«!"H5 
Ä . *c“ no 
- 
- 
d re w . 74, 6UCH. P « . 
H A 4 .i» 5 i; . „ - „ m 
c 
. i . n 
Pick-up, auto, $375 
¡-‘■’ p' ’ 14 
A L U M IN U M boat, 35 HP 
E vinrude 
m oto r plus tra ile r, 
lust 
$450. 
TE D -O TT O A U TO SALES 
8 9 5 E. M ission, Pom ona 


C larem ont 


One Bedroom $100 Hay—Grain 
46 


E LE C T R IC 
Range, 
vacuum 
cleaner, 
m iscel. 
P hore Household Furn. 


G IS T’S 
Pomona M a ll West 


PERSON BROS. 
M A R IN E 
830 W. H O LT, O N TA RIO 
986-4505 ________ 


One Bachelor 
$85 
_______ 990 N. P a rk, 672-7?05_______ 


$130 
1, 
2 
A 
3 
BR 
$155 


Y O U N G ADULTS 


COME AN D SEE 
Temple Grand Apts. 


W H E R E L IV IN G IS FU N ! 
Deluxe 
furnished 
and 
unfurnish­ 
ed a ir cond residences, largp pool, 
rec room and area 
Many extras! 
U T IL IT IE S IN C LU D E D 
20700 San Jose H ills Road 
714 - 595-3640 
JAY L. JAY 
1 BEDRM. APT. 


$ 8 9 .5 0 PER M O . 
ALSO WEEKLY RATES 
• FU R N IS H E D 
• A IR C O N D IT IO N E D 


Feed & Pasture 


A L F A L F A Hay $39 50 " 7 ” 
up 
at 
N o rm 's 
Hay, 
End Ave., Pomona. 


Ton. Pick 


NA 9-1704 
1 20 E 
Jefferson, Pom . 
_____________ 
y , 
M A T U R E " O live 
trees,"" a ll 
or FR E N C H 
P rovin cia l 
sofa 
tust 
p a rt, best offer takes. 
624-1172_____ 
upholstered 
in 
cham pagne 
m atelasse. $150. 622-9414, 


re­ 
nylon Appliances—Sale 
63 ★ NEW 1969 ★ 


1170« 
j 3 
P IE C E 
gold 
sectional 
couch, 
4 
years old, m ake olter. 
987-2782 
_ _ _ _ _ _ 
SALE 
20 per cent off on ah Tack. 
Free Curb Straps w ith each B rid le 
RAIN DA M A G E D 
STRAW AN D HA Y 
REASON ABLE 
S i ll Dates are Feb 7 to Feb 
16 
A -l A lfa lfa 
A lfa lfa 
Pellets 
Rabbit 
Pellets 
Chicken Scratch and Mash 
4-B HAY AN D G R AIN 
3746 Rwerside D rive, Chtno 
628 8719 


E ast G ARAG E 
SALE. 
Camping 
gear, 
I household goods, antique auto, ski 
■■■“ ” i boat 
ciaver 
piano and 
rois. 
ly e ,----------_— 
cooler, student desk. 1^47 B o b o lin k: L IV IN G room suite, lo ve-se at 
W av, Pom 
Sat and Sun, Feb 15 
and 16 
COLT 
leather. 
Diam ondback 
38 
sP 
Excellent 
condition, 
983-5395 


table s, lam ps, davenport. Best of- 
for. 766 W. 
B St 
Ont. 986 5385 
"and BU RN T orange couch and m atch- 


FOR 
SALE 
used 
4 
burner 
gas 
plate 
and 
b lt-in 
gas 
good cond. 626-6445 
______ 


s l i g h t l y 
used 
rang«, used very 
A-1 cond $60 


b lt-in 
oven, 


E iocl 
Taopon 
little , Hke new, 
628-2516 
_____ 


$100. 
Ing ch a ir, end tables and lam ps. 
626-0715 


R E F R IG E R A T O R , $45 
Gas D ryer, Reasonable 
627-4311 


Livestock 
47 


• A LL U T IL IT IE S P A ID 
(Elect, gas water, 
Y A R D CA RE) 
• C O M P LE TE L A U N D R Y 
• 1 C H IL D OK 
• Q U IE T N E IG H B O R H O O D 
• SMALL P E T OK 
• F R E E M O V IN G SERVIC E 
1 4 4 9 E. " D ” ST., 


O N T A R IO , 9 8 4 -8 1 2 1 


5 YR OLD Appaloosa G elding, exp 
1 rid e r, 
good 
tra il 
and 
western 
pleasure horse 
$175. 
628-7163 
TO 
TH E 
couple 
that 
made 
the 
i o ffe r 
on 
Son 
of 
Dunes. 
Please 
j contact Sandv_. 628-6669 
Looking for Good M ale 
; 
B A R R E L RACING HORSE 
! 
Call Sandy 628-6669 
FOR 
S A LE. 
Appaloosa 
Stud 
Colt. 
2 vear old also sing e horse tra il- 
; er and saddle 
628 7987 
..... 


C rib, car seat, lam p, etc 
all like new $30 
628-0705 
_ 
L IK E NEW 
E lectrolux Vacuum , $20 
______________ 629-7196 _________ 
CO C K TAIL table and 2 end tables. 
F rrn c h 
provin cia l 
w ith 
learner 
tops. 
P a ir 
Of 
E a rly 
Am erican 
lam ps, 
Spanish 
wrought 
i r o n 
hanqing lam p and a 
Rock m aple 
dinette set. 
599-3951 


E X T R A 
lonq 
Beauty 
Rest 
Dble 
bed 
m attress 
and 
box 
springs. • 
j M ake offer. 674 9105 
_________ 
FOR S A LE. R iv ie ra 's o la and Chair, 
Sears coppertone com b stove and 
bro ile r, 
m iscel 
item s. 628-7923 
| 
!FO R SALE. R ,viera sola and ch a ir,I 
Sears coppertone com b stove and M idas 
b roiler, m iscel item s. 628-2923 


G AR A G E 
Sale. 
RCA 
washer 
and; 
d iv e r, 
3 
re frlg , 
used 
T V s , 
and 
m isc fu rn 
1127 B rew ster D r. Pom 


“ e l e c t r i c 


D R I N K I N G F O U N T A I N 
H ot and Cold 


M e rc u ry Outboards and 
Stern D rives 
HO RIZON JE T BOATS 
T H U N D E R B IR D 
FO R M U LA 
GLASSPAR 
A ctio n cra ft SK's snd 
S tarcra ft Boats 
So, C a lifornia 's Oldest 
M e rcu ry Dealer 
SALES A N D SERVICE 
Open Sunday 
Open Mon 8. F ri Eves 
N E W & USED 
Bank Term s 


F eatur ng 
lu xu ry 
llvtno 
at 
lower prices for 1969 
See the 
new 
24 
ft 
wide 
up 
to 
60 
ft 
long 
V isit the w onderful w o rld of 
M obile 
Homes 
presenting 
doz­ 
ens of new fioor Plans in eyerv 
size 
and 
price 
range. 
NO TE; 
Some of the floor plans shown 
w ill not be seen at anv other 
Show. 
Show Grounds 


14650 East 6th Street 
(1 m ite E ast of M ain) 
Corona, C a lifo rn ia 
Open 8 a.m. to 6 p m . 
Closed Saturdays 
F R E E A D M IS S IO N ______ 
2 C IT Y BLOCKS OF D IS P LA Y 
★ MOBILE H O M E ^ 
SALES 
BILL "HARRIS” 
REKN O W N AS 
«The Man Behind the P ro d u c t" 
R E P R E S E N T IN G 
31 Y E A R S M FG 
E X P E R IE N C E 
AN D 


’6 5 Y a m a h a , 250cc 
Good condition. $300, L Y 3-5757_ 
'63 HO NDA 250 
excellent condition, 
m ake offer 
623 8436 
___ _ 


V-8, 
f , 
Ton 
ALSO all alu­ 
minum camper, 8125, 622-1965 
DATSUN P IC K U P '66, RADIO 
STEP B U M P E R , $950 
___________678-9424______________ 


•68 G M C Vi f . PICKUP 
______________ 626 7975 
_____ 
'52 C H E V Y 
Mu 
Ton 
Pick-up, 
flat 
and conventional beds. Reas. Prlv 
parly. 987 5116______________________ 
• • 
'68 
C H E V Y 
Camper 
Special 
86 Ton with 
r-h, auto, p-s, extra 
gas 
tank. 
W IT H 
sleeper camper. 
$2899 
Easy 
terms. 
Also price 
to 
sell 
'66 Ford with 
11 
ft camper. 
6 9 Y a m a h a 1 2 5 c c S i n g l e 
d a l e s 
a u t o , s a l e s , 
7 ii 
w 


'61 M ATCHLESS 
650 twin, recent rebuild 
629-601.3___________ 
■67 Honda 450. Customized 
Low mileage. $700 
985-2496 
___ _ 


(213) 
Top Ca$h fo r Cycle$ 
334-128« 
_____ 
Dir. 


IM M E D IA T E D E L IV E R Y 
Trades Welcome 
Drive a itflle, save a 
lot . . . 


B E R T S M O T O R C Y C L E S 
915 W. Foothill, Azusa 
(213) 334-1288 
_____ 


P r a t t B r o s . S p o r t in g G o o d s m a in t a i n s 
t h e 
i a r g e s t 
a n d 
r 
* 
BEST E Q U IP P E D FACTORY 


M ADE 
in 
Germany 
8 
ft 
China 
Cabinet. Cost $800. Sacrifice $195. 
Must see to apprec. 985 7084 ______ 


U S E D F U R N IT U R E 
wash- Couches; Bedrm Sets; Maple Chairs 
ers, 
screw 
and 
etc. 
25 
cents 
a 
fcockers; Remnants; Used Rugs. 
lb Brass, 
stainless steel and «H> 
G I S T S 
minum 
50 
cents 
a 
>»». 
^ 
4qo_Ppmc--a M all West 
NA 2 -7 2 7 7 |m a v ta g 


M uffler Shop 
NA 
3 1681 
O' K E EF E & M E R R IT T G A S 
combination washer and dryer, 
$25. LY 3 2264 


3 7 2 W . H i g h l a n d A v e . 


S a n B e r n a r d i n o 


L O S T O U R L E A S E S A L E 
Steel hardware, bolts, nuts 


GOOD used Hotpoint Auto Washer, 
very 
reas. 
370 
E 
Grove, 
Pom. 
593-5011 
69A 


DUNCAN Hines chest type freez­ 
er, 
ige, 
must 
see to appreciate. 
$70. 
622-8631, 
891 
E. 
6th, 
Pom. 


Building 
4, 


2 YE AR OLD COLT 
unbroke, $150 or . . . 
« U I * 3.. - ^ 
1 } 3 
Models 
to choose 
from 
M UST 
sell 
Reg 
saddlebred 
Palo 
»¿q slate 
$*»5 
value, 
now 
mino stallion 
and 12 
mo founda- 
• tion 
brad Away 
fitly. 
593-2006 
_____ 
1 U T A H ‘ Saddle horses 
gentle broke f L0Y D 'S Upholstery 
tor 
children 
cr 
adults. 
W ill 
sell 
or trade 
628-9909 
.. 


F u r n . & 
U n f . A p t s . 3 6 A 
h o r s e s h o e i n g 
$ 8 
u p 
Dick Clay 
______ 
NA 8-6531 
A P A R T M E N T with or without kit 
chen privileges 
Pvt entrance. 625 3 
E. Kingsiev. Pomona._________ 
★ HOLLY APTS ★ 
2 
Bedrm 
Drapes, 
carpets. 
Fur­ 
nished 
and 
unfurn 
U nfurn, 
8110. 
629-6804______________ 
2 a n d '3 bdrm, 1 and’ 2 ba*hs. car- 
pets, drapes 
1035 A F ria r Lane, 
_______ 
oft S. Hamilton 
$110 *135. 629-4379 HORSES 
Of 629-7936 or 
624-9120 ___ 
PLAZA 
GARDENS 
APTS 
717 
W 
9th. Upland 
F ro m $125. 2 and 
3 
B arm *. 
Built-In 
oven 
end ra re * 
air 
conditioned, 
dispose*, 
carpet*, 
drapes 
nested pool 
F a m ily 
and 
A d ult sections Plav ground 
M 
« f l 
_ _ _ _ _ 


Y R 
OLD 
Shetland 
pony. 
Good 
with 
children 
6 
yr 
old 
oeichng, 
good riding 
trad horst. 626-3914 


H O R S E S B O A R D E D 
13429 12th St , Chino. 628-3661 
Australian Shepherds 
All Males 
Call evenings. 627 2667 
boarded 
Prlv 
paddocks 
pasture 
Riding 
arena 
Exçel 


SHERRY PLAZA 


$ 9 0 UP 
ALSO W E E K L Y RATES 
UTILS P A ID IF D E S IR E D 
+ CARPETS S. DRAPES 
+ POOi 
- A IR COND. 


g ® UHRT lA U N D R Y F A C IL IT Y 
6 SEP AD ULT SECTION 
+ LO VELY GROUNDS 


N A 2 - 3 7 0 1 
Mgr .—-Apt. 16 
548 E 
Phillips 


ANGELA MANOR 


1, 2, 3 Bdrm . Apts. 
1 and 2 Bath 


• Newly Carpeted-draoed 
• B u ilt-in, a ir cond. 
• Near Elem , Jr Hi, Hi Schl 
• P la y A r» a 
• Laundry Fac I lies 
_ 
2380 Angela Apt 1, Pm . 
C all 


6 2 7 - 4 2 3 1 
o r 6 2 7 - 2 0 0 1 


Rentals To Share 
36B 


M A LE 
to 
share 
2 
bedrm 
home with same 
Call after S:30. 
NA 9 0730. (Rf-as Rent) 
Working Girl 
to Share house with same 
^ 
- _n _r u - Lr 


Unfurnished Apts. 
37 


feed and care 
627 4152 or 628-506 
HORSES, 
tor 
sale 
Terms 
avail- k j A 
x 3 3 0 4 
able. W ill board 
Will take trades 
4 J J U * * 
Call 628 4433 anytim e._____________ 
NO. 1 A L FA LF A HAY 
$47 A TON 
Pick 
up at 
McCoy's 
Feed, 
11944 
Pipeline Ave., Pom , Open 7 days, 
677 6253 


closed out in 60 days 
Surplus 
and 
Salvage, 
Chino Airport. 
627-1415 
__________ 


P O O L T A B L E S 
New 
82«5. 
100Go 
financing 
S e c a r d s. 
5961 
Mission, W. Riverside. 682-0922 
Always some 
upholstery fabrics at special 
es 
947 E 
Mission, 622-6185. 
Mi v |ng D ifficu ltie s Finding 
Whet vou Want? TH E N TR Y 
* 
S W A P M E E T ★ 
M islon Drive In Theatre 
NEW HR$. $«♦ end Sun 7 00 3 30 
B U Y - $ E L L —tW AP______ 


’ 6 6 a n d 
’ 6 7 S in g e r 


T o u c h a n d S e w s 


W h i l e t h e y la s t 


$ 4 5 t o $ 6 5 
Payments as low as $5 pen month 
9 8 3 - 3 0 1 1 


C A S E . T H R IF T S T O R E 


P o m o n a ’ s N e w e s t & 
F in e s t : j l' ; y ^ p 
(benefit of retarded children^ 
Ooen Da.dy _M.cn. T hru F r' 


trie 
F R E E L A B O R 
Custom Drapes. 5Q0 patterns. 2000 
colors. 
Special 
$1.39 to $1.79 per 
sq yd Free Home service. 
_______67*> 670J______________ 
SE LLIN G Used F u m , Parking Lot 
Sale. 
1937 
S. 
G arey, 
Pcmcna 
627-1410. 
Sat 
10 
to 
4 
Refrig, 
clean 
stoves, bedroom 
sets, 
c a l­ 
oric- fee 
tables, end 
fables, 
couch, 
- chairs, dinettes, washers, loads of 
. . . . . 
__ 
——• 
u'.ed furn 
going 
Drive 
behind g f n f r a l 
1 South Oarev Furniture 
|l' t N t K A L 


ale 
model 
deluxe 
elec- 
dry er, 
A-l 
condition, 
165, 
625-7186 
________ 


Aircraft & 
Maintenance 


6 3 S K Y L A N E 
Instrument 
equipped, 
3 
systems, 
L R 
tanks, hanger cap, gold and 
★ b ite . 593-4941 or 622 4732 


t r a i n e d S E R V IC E __ 
D E PA R T M E N T A N Y W H E R E 


R E A L E S T A T E 


T R A D E S 


Holt 
Blvd., 
Just 
E 
of 
Central 
Ave. & the Valley Drive-In Thea­ 
tre. 
7 
a m. 
- 
5 
P m , 
Monday | 
Saturday 
or 
bv 
appoint., 
closed i 
Sunday 
Days 626-7215, 
eves 
626- ! 
7727 
________________________ 


1 
1 
1 


W R IG H T BROS. 
RICE A N N E X 
357 S M A IN ST 


& 


W ESTERN 
C lothing, 
boots, 
moc 
cass.n. 
Saddles 
halters, 
vacc nes 
L 
C. Stetler, 5226 " D " St., Chino. 
FOR SALE. "Stakes producing thro- 
robreti m are by M atosta. 
In foal 
to Determ ined 
Dissolving p a rtn e r­ 
ship 
W ill 
finance 
599-2015. 
(213) 
335-0558. (714) S8v691_7_____________ 
T E X T A N W estern" Saddle 
q u a rte r horse free, nea rly new, 
8175 
628-2003___________j 
FOR "3AL E 
2 
y r 
Old 
thorobred 
colt tn tra in in g 
M b ro to Royal 
Charger 
H a lf bro to stakes w in ­ 
ner. Out of stakes w inning m are 
D issolving 
partnership. 
W ill 
fi-, 
r.ance 
599-7015, 
1213 ) 
335-0558, 
(714) 885-69)7____________ 
AQHA 6 M onths O ld C o lt 
Poco and Bar B reeding 
g » 5362 Of 627-4152_________ 
P U R E B R E D 
registered 
Appaloosa 
gelding 
Excel 
blanket, 
spirited . 
* 
626-3768 
3 
YR 
O LD 
thoroughbred. 
Bay 
flilv , 
by 
Father 
John. 
Papers, 
Sell or trade. 984-3830 


VO A 
MO. W ater, trash, gas Pd 
1 
bedrm , 
gardener, 
older 
couple 
prefer 
765 
E. 
P h illips, 
Pom 
• THF. BRENTW OOD 6 
15? I 
La Verne 
Large unturn lu xu ry apt, 2 bed- 
rm». 2 baths, 8165 a mo 
593-8725 
or 
see 
M rs 
C atahne 
Apt. 
5. 
6 6 C LA R E M O N T - 
2 
badrm , 
2 
hath, 
pvt 
patio, 
pool, 
carpets, 
drapes, elec kitcF 
adults, no pets 
1250 W. Indian H ill.__________ 
3 
B ID R O M . 
2 
BATH, 
A P A R T- u 
M E N T 
HOUSE 
8LT -IN S . 
CPTS, 
D R A P ES 
986-0151 
___________ 
L À f é i 
Plenty 
1 bedrm apart, 875 a mo. 
of 
cupboards, 
hardwood 
flo o r*, 
garbage 
d sposai, 
garage. 
Of! 
neat and clean. W alking 
to 
churches 
and 
stores. 
Quiet 
ere* 
No children or pets 
Located 
at /47_ N 
CjUcriet\JPomona. 623-3366 
3 B E D R M , 
I ’ j bath deluxe apt*. 
Carpets, 
draprs, 
a ir cond, 
SlOi£. 
Adults 
only, 
n o 
pets. 
*110 
W 
917 S pringfield Ave , U pland, Man 
ager 917 Apt B______________ 
___ 
O NTA R IO 
area ‘ 2 
bdrm . 
unturn 
w ith 
carpets 
and 
drapes 
C all 
________ 426-2407_____________ 


Pets and Supplies 
52 


DO BERM AN soaved fem ale. 14 mos 
AKC 
snots, 
cropped. 
G uard 
and 
good w ith ch ildren 
983-4776 
G ERM AN Shepherds, AKC, 4 mos, 
excel 
tem peram ent, pet ar 
snow, 
proven w inner. 624-1131 
D oberm an Pinscher Pups 
AKC Cham pion Bred. S93»?7$3 
AKC A iaskian M aiam ute Pups, born 
I 15-69 
cham pion 
s ir*, 
snow 
pet 
and 
guard 
prospects. 
Term s 
983; 4801 
__ 
p l a y f u l housecat. *,paved, w ith­ 
out claws. $5 to best home. C a ll 
5 P *r- 
626 1127 
_........ 
iS fF lfJ C E S E , 
AKC. 
11 
weeks 
2 
males, loveable pets 
__________ 599 -3890 
________ 
6^ G erm an Shepherd Puppies 
a weeks old 
! 
___ 628-7339 
. 
2 B R IN D t E G reat Danes fo r sale.! 
Male. AKC Registered. 8*0. 
I ______________ 624 0739 
j 


★ b o x e r s ” ★ 
V ery affectionate and lo ving. Shots. 
AKC rag 
627-3058 
j 
, 
G A L L O N 
a q u anum , 
tulhf 
equipped, wood condition, 112. 
424-4341 
I 
START YOUR H E R D NO W 1 
C H INCHILLAS FOR SALE 
stance 629 9*05 days____________62« 5945 eves 


__ 
9-9 o.m 
Sat 9-5 30 C lothing bargains tor all 
F urn. and m isc. tool 
501 W ?nd. com er Park Ave 
P r t* 
Darjcing 
tn _ r*air_ 
62^-212» 
BOATS. M otors. Naw, Used_ SAVE 
M O N E Y , Term s. M ille r s L a n d rg 
01 
N 
G arey, 
Pomona 
623 74F8 
LOOM, 
40 
in" 4 "harness, 
G ilm o re 
folding loom, bene»', shutt'os, bou­ 
rns. e*c W eaving in stru ctio n books, i 
weaving 
threads, 
y a m 
galore, 
w eaving 
samples 
patte rns 
and, 
Inst 
tor 
them 
M oto r 
fo r 
bobm 
w inding^ 986-2403 
n 
l 
... 
SEW ING M A C H IN E , cleaned, oiled 
a d iu ^e d 
m 
voyr 
hom e 
by 
Ex- 
Singer 
E xp e rl 
R epairm an 
for 
$4 
______________ 624-1835 
( 
M O D E L 52 Win~22 ta rg e t rifle . Sell 
or trade fo r shotgun. 
628-0143_________ 
- 
S A R A G E 
SALF 
Sat 
and 
S u n ! 
Chain 
saw, 
ro w e r 
m ower, 
H ay­ 
wood 
W akefield 
coffee 
and 
end 
la b'es, 
B B Q 
h i-fi 
components, 
24 ft 
alum extension 
ladder 
an- 
haue 
soap 
ketde, 
Comet 
cut-off 
saw 
20 
in 
Port 
elect 
tan, 
ga* 
d riven w a ter pum p, sm l bike, food 
womens 
clo'hes 
size 
17-16, 
mens 
suits 
size 42. 
ice 
cream 
freezer, 
d rill press 
lots of m isc It^m s tn 
good 
cond 
Res 
priced 
776 
V aipara.so 
(C larab ova), C lm t. \ 
BIG? 
B ig '~ Sam 
C lothing, 
tot 
of 
m isc 
E ve ryth.n g 
goes. 
1525 
W 
F lora , 
O ntario 
F ro m 
Sat 
15 to 
r r i l L _ 966 7*03 
________ _______ 
G a rb a g e Disposal, $5 
6281787 a fte r 5 
p 
m .___ i 
B LU E CR IB W IT H M ATTR ES S 
good condition, *15, 
_ _ 
. 
<93- 79 70 
; 
P A T IO 
"S A L E 
‘ O ld 
P honograph, 
clocks fu rn and m iscel 
2 blks S ; 
of F o o th ill, W, on G rove. 471 W. 
r.rh v e St 
F rl and Set. 
, 
JE E P 
W agon," "/S I 
»now 
tires. 
Needs 
valve 
lob 
*70 
es 
Is 


Used Fultsize M aple Bed 
Used Fullsize Beautyrest 
! 
M attress and hex spring 
I Used Queen M attress 
rnd B -* 
Spring 
•Used 5 pc Dinette 
Used Mante 
D-OPtraf 
table 
IU v 'd Blonde Buffet 
Used H yd-a-brd 
Used Love Seat 
I 
Hvd-a-bed 
Used K ro e n le ' 
Sofa 
¡Used 2 Blonde Step tables 
Reg $49 95 
Now 839 
M aple Rocker 
$3» 
Used Lam ps 
From 
Us> d V in yl 
Rocker 


$24.95 


$14.95 
year 


W E D G E WOOD GAS STOVE 
Good Condition, $35 
_______________678-1195____________ . 
EASY TE R M S 
Guaran»eed Used Appliances 
AG ITATO R SHOP 
4738 E 
M ission, Pom ona 
T A K E over paym ents on new Tap- 
pan 
range. 
Never 
u*ed 
599-2015, 
(713) 
3388551, (714) «85-6917_____ 
E LE C T R IC 
A utom atic 
w asher, 
this 
m odel has 4 
wash 
cycles. Including p e rm a n -n t press. 
4 
w a ter 
selections, 
ur balanced 
load 
control, 
large wash 
basket 
and heavy duty me tor. 
E xclusive 
M in i basket tor del cate and hand 
washable item s. F u ll F a cto ry War 
ra rty . 
Make 
paym ents 
of 
only 
$7.63 
w r r iy 
C a ll B ill 
a» Good- 
627-1515 
_________ 


70 
Mobile Home 


Spaces & Parks 


O W N YO UR O W N 
Low as $1595 
$160 down, $22 mo. 
C A L-LA N D 1888« Van Buren, Riv- 


Mobile Homes 
71 
Trailers-Campers 
Sales or Rent 


N IM R O D TENT TRAILER 
! S'neps 


"SHOW TIME" 
LARGEST MOBILE 
HOME DISPLAY 


6, 
$500. 


$‘ 9 95 
$29 95 
*44 60 
$59 95 
$14 95 


$6« 9, 
$79 95 
$ 


C A N 'T VA C U U M 
SHAG R U G S '! 
YOU COULD W ITH 
A NEW K IR B Y 
Buv w lb or w ithout 
A ll the A ttachm ents 
$8 CO per month 
Also F actory R ebuilt 
9 8 5 -3 5 1 3 
6 2 4 -4 2 4 0 


E xcellent c o n d i t i o n , ] 
‘ 
628-7572, 


5 jV V 1 ----------------------------- 


$ 3 4 : Appliance Service 
64 


NA 2-6317 


AKC BASSETT H O U N D 
6 mos old m ate 629 ae.20 
AKC SKIPPERKE PUPS 
628 9463 
M A LE coûte 
AKC 
reg. Sable and 


U P H O LS T F R Y 
run 
down? 
Let 
u-. 
recover 
it 
like 
new . 
F a th? L 5 ! ^ 
son We do ou r okim w o rk. 599 38/4 
Large Steel Safe 
te s t o ffe r o v er *250 . 5»»1348 ^ 
B e autifu l W hite Foy Stole 
Brand new $215 
• ___ ______ N A 2 5748 _ 
.................. 
P O M O N A G U N SHO P 
H undreds of new and used guns 
G unsm ith on Prem ises 
H unting Licenses 
(42 W. 
H o lt 
i * 0316 
PR O TECT 
your 
fa m ily 
fro m 
fir*. 
Heat detector 
a la rm . 
Lge 
a"ough 
to r 8 rm house o r business. $175 
624-8926 
__ 
______ 


ROCK H O U N D S 


7 x 12 Linolnum 
$7 95: 
Authorized H o ov«’ Service Stat on 


"SPANISH 


M ed iterra n e an Furniture 
R eturn 
from 
m odel 
home. 
A ll 
new. 
Group 
In cl; 
beaut 
qui »-d 
sofa 
& 
loves» «t, 
3 
Spanish 
I tv j 
rm 
tables, 
larnos, 
11 
pee 
king- 
size bdrm set Incl matt and box 
spring 
and 
linen 
6 pee 
Spanish 
d in rm set, *20 dn , $20 mo. 
30 
m s , 
on 
approv 
cre d it. 
A ll 
to ri 
$477 
Central 
F urn.ture 
Co., 
l-k) 
E 
F oo thill, Azusa, 334-2511 
10 m in 
fro m 
Pomona 
C all 
collect 
fo r 
info.__________________________ 
LET THE KIRBY 


C O . REBUILD IT 
W ith Genuine Parts — 
B rw a re cf Impostors 
911 E, F oo thill 6 2 4-4 2 40 
1 
Having D ifficu ltie s F lndlrw 
I 
Whet You W ent? TH EN TR Y 
★ SW AP MEET ★ 
M ission D n v *-ln Theetr# 
NEW HOURS Sat and Sun 7 &0-3 30 
B U Y -S E L L 
SWAP 
A N ifty For The Thrifty 
LIV IN G 
ROOM 
SUITF 
- 
Sofa 
bed 
and 
ch a ir, 
3 
tables 
and 
2 
lam p* 
A ll 
’ 
Piece* 
new. 
Only 
$159 50 on budget terms 
W RIG HT BROS *. RICE 
375 S M ain f t . . Pnm on* 


S O M E T H IN G N E W 
Antique Section 


C O M E A N D SEE 


G IS T ’S 
400 Pomona M a ll West 
NA 2 7277 
3 ROOMS 


O F G O O D 
Modern Furniture 


M & M E LE C T IR C 
A U H TO R iZE D 
M A Y T A G SERVIC E 
450 Pomona M .iil West n a 3 2321 
GOING TO i A U N D R O V A T ? 
SAVE T IM E - 
M O N EY 
Have a com operated au o washer 
or d rye r in vcur own home. 
CONTACT 
THE AG ITATO R SHOP 
4238 
F 
M ission, 
Pomona 


storage 
space 
_____ 626-7896______________ 
'64 G R E A T L a k e *’ 2 bedrm 
Front 
k i t c h e n ^ 2 expartdos. Aw m ng- 
C arpe»rd 
------- 
Mu»,f sell. Consider trade 
593-4408................................................... 
| 
30' 
HOUSE 
tra ile r 
*250. 
Can 
be! 
seer 
at 1371 
S 
White 
O wner at 
1252 W. T h ird , P m a . ______________ | 
FOR S A LE . Cam per door com plete 
and hke nem 
C am per stake hold; 
down* tor 
late m odel Ford. 
NA 2-7741 
______ 
'67 
TE A R D R O P 
lO’-X 
ft 
cam per, 
fron t 
kitchen, 
la rk 
Never 
used 
$1250 . 983-2526 Or 628-2530.__________ 
• # 8 F T S L E E P E R cam per w ith ! 
cabana. $2»9. No m cnev down cki 
approved 
cre d it. 
D A LE S 
AU > 
SALES, 
711 
W. 
M ission 
B lvd., 
P om ona N A 3-1174________________ 
F L E E T WOOD 12x52 ★ 
Like New, $4850 
599-5038 Sen D im as 


TRY T O M ATCH 


THIS SPECIAL! 
2 0 W ID E , ca rp e t, drapes, 


a p p lian ces. 
U * $5995 


CHECK THESE 


FEBRUARY CLEARANCE 


SPECIALS 


B rand new, nev^r ridden 
'68 CRS Sprint 
250cc Scram 
$ 8 9 5 
'68 Sprint 
SS 
250cc 
SuperSport 


$ 5 9 5 
'68 M L 125cc Rapido 
$ 3 4 5 


SPECIALS FROM OUR 
USED DEPARTMENT 
'67 BSA 650CC T hunderbolt 
$ 7 9 5 
'67 H-D 74 F u ll dress, elec st 


$ 1 6 5 0 
'65 H-D 74 F u ll dress, E lect St 


$ 1 2 9 5 
'66 Honda 160. E lect sta rt 


$ 2 9 5 


HaTley D avidson-P om ona 
12*1 W. Holt 
6 2 2 -5 4 1 7 


M ission B lvd., Pomona 
NA_3-1174 
! '48 
DODGE 
V? "T o n 
Pickup. 
V 8, 
4 spd E xce lle nt condition, 
j 
__________636-2934_____________ 


Shows Pride o f O w nership 
’65 FORD F-250 
i BIG 
V8, 
guanas, 
rad o, 
heater, 
am 
cond. 
10.00x16-5 
super 
b a l­ 
lons re a r aux sprmgs. A beauti- 
fu ll 
w ell 
c tre d 
for 
tru ck. 
No. 
643A 
★ $1595 
I NO M O N E Y DOWN on approved 
cre d it. 
36 
mos 
at 
$54 87 
m o 
incls L ife INS. 
OR 
' W IT H purchase of 
N E W 1 1 V2 ’ STARLINER 
; Cam oer, 
side 
door, 
sleeps 
6. 
L ig h t wood, beautiful blue scotch- 
: gard 
in te rio r 
Aero 
D ynam ic 
design, 
chassis 
m ount, 
Elec-Bu- 
tane re frig . No. C-67 
★ $3495 
I NO M O N E Y DOWN on approved 
i c re d it 
36 
mos 
a t 
$93.78 
incls 
i life ins, 
PERKINS TRUCK 
1 6 5 9 E. M ission, Pom ona 
6 2 9 -3 6 6 9 


Lease or Rent 
78 


Cars - Trucks - Trailers 


Wusical-Radio-TV 


PVT 
p a rty 
w'shes 
fe 
sell 
m aple 
slim 
line 
TV 
$75. 
623-8493 
HOLTON 
T rum pet, 
B 
F la t, 
slides, 
lo r 
C, 
a rtists 
q u a lity, 
too 
cond,| in 
$125. 624 8394 
C olor TV, M o to ro la 
A ll Channel 62» 9451 


20x57 
PLUS 
30' 
e n d 
PC'ch, 
cyst 
U*. 
• 
The F u n ta .n l, 3'.s0 Dam ien 
" ) N o .J34 , La V erne. 
_________ 
21" FO R " tOP 
dollars 
on 
vour 
used 
cam per o r tra d e r See Ron at 906 
! W 
H o lt, O n ta rio 
_____________ 
i> M O B IL E home, 10 x60 expnndc,; 
5 
w p a rk. 
Phone 
593-8062 e ft 
12 p m . 
Sat, a ll day Sun.__________ 
'68 
FLE E T W O O D . 
60x12, 
expando 
liv in g room , take o ve r paym ents. 


pe Vagabond u r A rlington 
ue K it *w Budger 
*^ Townhouse u r S kylin« K it 


P O M O N A M OBILE 


H O M E SALES 
4 1 8 7 Mission— 
Pom ona 


6 2 8 -8 9 2 1 


V A C A T IO N READY!! 
68 Little Champ 
8 Vi-Ft. 
D ark 
wood 
panel 
In te rio r 
tastefully selected 
w ith 
____ gold color a p ­ 
pliances. 
S t a r 
gazer 
roof 
fo r 
added 
interest. F it* >,<» ton plck- 
uo. 
Made 
bv one of the 
largest 
cam per 
m fss 
and 
ca rrie s 
u n ­ 
conditional 
w a rra n ty 
No. 
C65A. 
B U Y IT TO D A Y O N LY 
★ $995 


NOW AVAILABLE 


Foothill M otorcycle C enter 


1811 W . Foothill Blvd. 
UPLAND 


6 2 4 -9 4 1 4 
9 8 2 -8 9 5 1 


N E W M IN I BIKES 9 9 .9 5 up 
HO NDA 350cc 
$584 
BR ID G E S TO N E 
100 
*Z7’ 
j '69 HO NDA 
125 
^ 
*37»! 
¡D U N E 
BUG G Y com plete 
« U fi 
SU ZUKI 
X6 
*2K> 
M an y O thers N e w & Used 
H o nd a-G L E N D O R A 


7 2 3 E. A losta, G LENDO RA 


9 6 3 -5 4 6 3 


LEASE 


DEPT. 


HA M M O N D ORGAN 
2 keyboard, like new, 8600 
628-4219 
_________ 
23 jn "P e c k e rR B e ll TV 
W A LN U T C A B IN E T , L IK E NEW 
676 734)......... 


Every C hild N eeds Music 
Rent 
a new piano 
$15 a month 
Class lessons $10 a m onth. 
RALPH PIERCE M USIC 
435 E 
Holt 
423 5525 
______ 


822*1436 
B U Y A N D CONSIGN 


Prov.nc i At : 
C larem ont 


Two 21" TV's, w orking cond 
$)5 and «20 
______________ 629-8644__ 
RCA Color TV, 
F rpneb 
cabinet, 
$150. 
1301 
Place, Pomona, 422 8267 


Brand N e w C olor TV 
Rent, Lease or Purchase 
★ $7 PER MO. ★ 
Free 
de live ry 
and 
Installation 
Free coio* 
antenna 
Fri?e factory 
serv 599 2015, (213) 335 0558, (714) 
«85 6917. 


C O UR TESY M O B IL F HOMES 
J378 W 
H oit Ont 
9860317 
BUY 
Y our 
m obile 
home 
factory 
direct. 
F o r 
m fo 
w rite 
Post 
Of 
tice Bex 692, Co»ona, C a lif. 
j 


TRAILER CENTER 
A ir S tream — Shasta — ideal — 
Rolls Royal Trailer hitches—storage 
, 
service — Accessory 
store 
— 


i CASW EL L 'S f » > W. F o o th ill, C lm t ; 
U* DOUBLE W IDE, ail vet up in] 
local 
adu lt 
park 
for 
rig h t 
in 
W ill 
Im a n e t 
428-7215 
I days, 626-7727 eves. 
____________ 
‘6 8 8 ’ A laskan C am p er 
628-1102 
_ 
_ ! 


NO M O N E Y DOWN on approved 
cre d it 
36 m onths 
at 
$37 98 
per 
mo 
incls 
Insurance 
or 
if 
p u r­ 
chased w ith 
new 
tru ck, 
cam per 
availab le 
48 
m onths 
at 
$22.78 
mo incis Insurance 
PERKINS TRUCK 
1 6 5 9 E. Mission, Pom ona 
6 2 9 -3 6 6 9 


Mobile Homes 
Trail»r«-Camper« 


S ale* or Rent 


71 


tf, 
self-contained 
402 
E. 
F oo thill, 
'88 
A LJO , 
70 
$3150 
B a rga in 
Sp 68, Pom ona. 
............ ... .......... 
M UST s a crifice 10x50 Coach 
Locat­ 
ed In nuiet P a r t i . P f f . '* * » * * nd 
appointm ent c i l l $24*3»87 .. 
O N E W A Y IN THE USA 
*15 Abco, Rent, 679 1 4»? 


IN C LUD E S: 
Sofa 
and C h#lr 
(sleeo* 
2) 
coch 
tad Table, 2 end Tables, 2 Lam ps 
P icture, 
M aster 
Bedroom 
com ­ 
plete 
w ith 
bedding. 
P illow s, 
2 
Boudoir 
Lamps, 
5 
piece 
Dinette 
Set 
SPECIALLY PRICED 
$397* 
Hub Furniture 


2 
BR, 
no 
step*, 
large, 
re frig ,; 
stove, drps, cpts. 
a ir cond, s i05 
13393 A m hersb 
M tcir 
5*5 3867 
C LA R E M O N T,' 3 bedrm , 
Ike 
bath,! 
b lt-in * 
bool, 
I160 
mo. 
*90 
W .; 
San_Jos* 
M gr 
Apt ♦, 476 541« 
1 B d rm A pt unfurnished 
*87 SO U tilitie s paid 
422 2064 
___________ 
2 
B E D R M 
apt. 
B lt-in *, 
drapes, 
large 
ctoseft. 
W 
R e frige rator 
ava il. 
883 
S 
Reuecca 
62 2 6950, 
If 
ne 
answ er 
ca ll 
owner 
m 
NA 9-5386 
CLAREM O NT 
Executive 
2 
bedrm, 
unturn 
*pt.| 
W ill 
leave 
to 
re-.pontibi* 
adult* 
Cooven,tnt 
to 
collage 
and 
shop- AKC 
ping 
5*8 W San Jose, Apt 
D 
V E R Y CLean I bedrm apt, 1 child 


Sue 
AKC 


wec ome, * ir condittened, 
laundry 
fa cilitie s, ail u tiim e * pd (e ie ctric. 
eas. w a ter, yard c a r*) sm all pa* 
ox, 
1*49 
E 
4 D " 
St. 
9**8121., 
8*9 30 par mo. 
____ 
C LA R E M O N T . 
Lovely 
m odern 
2 
bedrm , ground floor apartm ent for 
m atu re 
eduits 
N ew ly decor, 
ra- 
f- g, shrva, carpeted, drapes, walk 
to ever »thing 
NA 8T14^ 
G e re fe 
BE A U TIF uT. 2 B » apt* 
A .r cond, 
bit m rangn and re fr-g e ra to r, cpt% 
drps, recreation bldgs, garage and 
storage 
Adults 
No pets, $99 50 up 
679 8453 
PARK VIE W 
1 
7- 
and 
3 Bedroom *, 
t 
and 
2 
barns 
Ranges, dishwashers, wash­ 
ers 
- 
drrers, 
fireplaces 
carnet, 
drapes, a ir < o n d tlio n rr*. M anager* 
a m e t, 2562 Price Dr jye, La Ver ne 
$»f 
7 
BR 
w w 
carpets, 
drapes, 
h it ins, 
a ir 
twsq 
Lorn* 
Apts, 
|th $t 
and Hamulten 
622 435* 
2 B E D R M 
t beth 
apt, 
peting, 
air 
ccwdlttomng, 
i-atio, 
hot 
a « in 
and 
garbagc 
*itrn. 
h 
#t 
F<»dtil! 
B lvd 
Up 
iane 
$118 mo 
Cat! 
M rs 
Alston, 
♦85-3721 


white 
$45 or 
PXk 
of 
the 
litte r 
S»ud service 
593 8269 __________ 
B E A U T IF U L G erm 'jhep P ups Sj 
c ia lly bred a* fa m ily doas 
Al 
r tg 
A ft 
$30 p m , 
or 
weekends 
6 i'i 6889 or (713) E D 9 3758___ 
G ER M AN 
Short 
Haired 
P ointer 
Puppies 
Cham pion 
sired 
AKC 
registered 
623 4721. __ 
_ _ _ _ _ _ 
Coon Hounds 
M ake o ffe r. 628-0715________ 
AKC 
G e r m a n " Shrp 
pups 
3 
ie­ 
m ale, 
1 
rnaie, 
Rocky 
Reach 
and 
D elray b loodlines, 8_w ks 
e28 4854 
at C H IH U A H U A 
pups 
T iny 
pocket- 
sized, 
AKC, 
Long 
and 
smooth 
- I coals _ A fte r 
s p m . 628 8790 
; 
ASSORTED P U P P IE S 
sm all breed, $5 fa 
Evenings 627 4201 
W eim araner 
PUPI, 
7 
wks, 
males, $100. fem ales 
«75 
A per­ 
fect 
Vaientine 
present 
623-3275 
DACHSHUND P U P P IE S 
6 wee* s old, 820 
_________ 
629 9380 
„ ______ _ 
AKC 
Reu 
M in ia tu re 
D e ch vu n d at *tgd. 
___________ 
827-4147 
S 7 * a'K(- 
REG 
lA B D R A D O R 
Ü 
T R ItV E R 
AT 
STUD 
837-4147 


Rock 
polishers, 
cutters, 
grinders, 
com plete 
supplies 
tor 
th * 
rock- 
hound 
and 
s ilve rsm ith 
Custom 
ie w e iry. 
opal, 
iftd*. 
turquoise. 
_ _ 
, . A . 
M eta! detector*, bia ckllg h ts 
Bank- Pom ona 
6 2 3 -4 3 9 6 
6 8 0 W . H olt 


a m e rlca rd - M a ile r 
Charge 
Po­ 
mona 
Rock and Lap d a ry. 
355 N 
C ¡a rk , Pomona 679 9362 
CA RP ET 
N r Ion 
(Mom-out 
*1 
vd- 
ln *ta lla tio ii and terms. 
Used car- 
p--t 
50» 0 yd 
629-8115 
____ 
AR E CUSTOM 
D rapery 
$' 59 to *1.9« 
a vd 
Q u a lify m a te ria l and w ork 
j m anshlp 
Free 
hnm-e est 
624-6251 


I 
p a h o n s a l e s 
A N D SALVAGE 


EVERYTHING 
IN 
STRUCTURAL STEEL 


PIPES 
TO O LS 
SURPLUS 


POODLE G R O O M IN G 
W ith 
a 
personal 
up and de live ry 
touch. 
*5 
Pick 
valL 589 4937 
NEXT DOG CLASS 


Bill K oehler 
6 2 8 -8 3 7 1 
V isit a clas* — see the result* 
AKC 
TOY Hoodies ot 
siud 
6J* 1o! 
9j 4 
if 
A ll 
c o lo n 
including 
dark; 
apricot 
Also puppies *78-9856 


Miscellaneous 
56 


w X p p m ! m 
r n m 
r n 
" w b t . 
p t i i ! cond 
C u rtis MaMus 
Stereo 
radio, 
record 
W aver, 
w alnut 
tl- 
nish, good cond 
626 /849 aft 5:3D 
p m 
weekdays, 
wknds 
anytim e 


10,000 Sq. Ft. of 


N E W & USED 


FURNITURE 


W E BUY G O O D 


USED FURNITURE 
WILCOX 


Furniture Store 


2 0 5 N , PARK AVE. 


Pom ona 
6 2 2 -4 9 5 6 
Oppn 9 fa 8 PM 
_ Man & P rl t ill 9 PM _______ 
* SPANISH * 
FURNITURE 


New M odel Home F u rn itu re at 
Less Than D ealer's Cost 


, 4 
, 
3 R O O M S 
............................ # 4 88 
Fully equipped to Z ig~£ag mcjU€t#s cyj!!^ sofa end 


TR ANSFO RM ER c h e c k e r . 
Used I T E D 
W illia m s cam ping tw it tra il- 
* 
- 
f f ) 
$250 
See 
at 
4077 
Holt, 
M o n tcla ir. 
,— 
] 
C A D ItlA C OF CAMPERS 
'68 ELDORADO 


me 
and 
beige 
in te rio r. 
acropB 
door 
tonet room . All the comforts 
of home. C15 
★ $1595 


NO 
M O N tV 
DOWN C» 
c re d it 
36 mos at S5T57 m o incis 
In*, 
or 
I» 
purchasad 
wlth 
new 
truck* 
camper 
available 
« 
at U 9 9$ incls Ins. 
PERKINS TRUCK 


1 6 5 9 E. M ission, Pom ona 
6 2 9 -3 6 6 9 ______ 


★ M o t o r - H o m e s 


★ T ravel-T railers 
ir T en t-T railers 
it C am p er Shells 


ALL a t SPECIAL 


W IN TE R PRICES! 
R & J TRAILER 


SALES 
1 3 6 5 W . H o lt, O n ta rio 
6 2 9 -8 9 9 1 
9 8 4 -2 5 0 7 


once . 
C M t 
139.50. 
sell 
to r 
$18 
S’ S 1 787 a lt 5 o m ._________ j 
G E N E R A L 
E le ctric 
Color 
Console! 
TV 
T im 
m odel 
has 
s im p lifie d , 
m nter 
tuning, 
23" 
diagc-nal 
p ic ­ 
ture- 
tube 
M agic 
m em ory 
color; 
control autom atic flesh tone stabi- 
l.zaticn. autom atic tine tuning and; 
autom atic color p u rifie r. F u ll Fac ] 
tory Guarantn«' 
Assume paym ents! 
of only $5.63 weekly. C all B ill at 
Goodvear, 
*27-1515. 
i 


USED T V ’S 
COLOR, B LA C K AN D W H ITE 
Stereo's 
and 
Combo's 
w hile 
they 
; last! A ll guaranteed 
New Demos,! 
1 '68 
medals 
at 
wholesale. 
Rental* 
With option to buy 
TV TR O U B LF? 
B ring 
in 
your 
o d 
TV tor 
t-»e 
checkup. 
F ix 
It 
or 
trade 
W 
In. j 
BILL’S TV 
18 
W. H o lt, P o m . 
62? 3331, 429-2748• 
R E N T 
a 
new W u rlltie r 
S P IN É T I 
; PIAN O , 
$10 
mo 
A p ply 
rent 
to; 
purchase. 
D U G A N S M USIC STORE 
5045 S, Piaza Lane, 
M o n ttia ir Plaza 
621 2965 


RENT COLOR TV $7 M O . 
j WWh 
cpiio-'i 
to 
buy, 
purchase' 
With no down, no paym ent fo r 45 
j days, 
includes 
antenna, 
installa 
tion end service 
BETTER TV C O M P A N Y 
Call (7)4) *23-4421 or 522 616» 


CORNER OP 
Mission and Sultana, O ntario 
9*3-3531 _ _ _ _ _ 


RENT A N E W 


*69 P o rtabl« Dressmaker 


Sewing M achine 


now $483 
now $*♦$ 


ONLY $1 Per Mo. 


M o n tclair Sewing C enter 


4 6 9 9 H o lt, M o n tclair 


N A 4 -3 3 0 4 
YU 3 -3 0 1 1 


love 
seat, 
3 
Spanish 
oak 
livin g 
loom 
iab>ta. 
2 decorator 
lamps 
Spanish 
painting, 
m assive 
king 
w e I t 
3 »«c* bedroom suite w ith 
bo« 
soring 
and 
m attress, 
alt 
king size linens. 
Spanish 6 piece 
d net'e 
set. 
Pay 
$12 40 
down 
$5 77 
weekly 
tor 
34 months 
W ill 
separate for quick sale. 
C H IN O D ISC O U N T 


FURNITU'ic 
$338 R iverside D r , Chmo 
C all 82/ )54l Coiiact 


G reen * P ia n o -O rg a n Sale 
CHORD ORGANS 
• Ham m ond, 
new 
*995 
now $395 ; 
M agng-j. 
ne w 
$15 
now $ 49 
s p in e t o r g a n s 
H s in m o M new 
$655 
new $445' 
¡Ham m ond new $1385 
now $595 
j Low ery new $695 
now $345 
, Thom a* new $1195 
ne w $495 
Baldw in n*w $1600 
now $595 
CONSOLE ORGANS 
¡Thom as Thtre new 53495 
Now $1995 
W urlltiier consol# w -ir*iie spkr*. 
, 
new 
$249 5 
nov $1395 
Baldwin new $2n00 
now *1795 
PIANOS 
Hammond new $563 
I Hammond new |9 9 | . 
(C hickenng new $1440 
now *995 
(K uet/m ann new $921 
now »595 
Several o ttw v see u* ‘odavi 
G reen s Music C om pany 
5118 Holt Blvd , M ontclair 
62* 1739 
984-2678 
LOWEST PRICES 
IN 10 YEARS 
Italian provincial console m wal­ 
nut, $1360 now $10*5; M odern oil 
ed 
w alnut 
console 
$1375 
now 
$'080 
Compact 
Theatnr 
organ 
$2365 
now 
$199$,* 
M any 
Others. 
: H arpiicofd $595, Hammond organ 
; wt»h Leslie, $v«5 
V A N L A N D IN G H A M S 
BAI DW 'N PIANOS & ORGANS 
4/67 Holt, M o n tth a r 874 7171 


RAYNEL 


8* C a b O v e r C am p er 
F u ll Equipped 
F U L l PR IC E 
$795 


TH IS W E E K O N L Y 
RAYNEL 
CAMPER • 
SALES 


9 0 6 W . H o lt Blvd. 


O n ta rio 
9 
C A M P E R SALES 81 


COLLEGE 


TRUCK & CAMPER 


SALES INC. 


F e a tu r in g ! 


★ HOLIDAY 


★ HAVASU 


★ TEARDROP 


★ SOUTH SEAS 


-A N D OTHERS— 


P L U S 


A com plete selection of 


1 9 6 9 C h evrolet Pickups 


and Vans. Each Individ 


u ally 
ta ilo re d 
to your 


Specifications. 


Shop Bi Compare 


Then See 


George Latipow 


or 


John Hunts 


College 


Auto Repair 
75 
Porls-Accessories-Titt 


| '58 
CAD 
eng 
and 
H ydro, 
SI5C 
w ill 
dem onstrate, 
s till 
in 
fram e 
i Call aft 6. 679 156?___________ 
'55 OLDS Transm ission 3 spd w ith 
• Bell housing, fly wheel and clutch • 
I 
and 
Ansen flo o r 
shift. 
$50 New 
I tailgate '67 Ford down to '43, $15. 
j 626-029<3 or 624-1457 ........ 
300 
H P —377 com plete w ith re b u ilt 
; 
power glide 
trans and floor shift, 
I 
$250 or sell seperatelv '56 *57 
T 
! 
B ird , 
alum , valve 
c o v e rs 
a nd 
other parts, com plete Ford Cruiso- 
m atic 
trans 
$50. 
Phone eves 
822-6378___ 
_______ 
A M E R IC A N Cu»tom Wheels 
Set of 
415 
m. 
W ill 
fit 
a»<v 
car 
w ith 
adapter plate 
$80 
C all *29-4482 


CHEVY V8 E N G IN E $ 1 2 5 
__ 8,000 m iles. 622 8907 


USED TRUCK PARTS • 
E quipm ent 


C la re m o n t 


191 5. Indian Hill 


NA 4-5960, YU 5-2151 


_ fytfMTwn,. m m » V V — ■ ■ ■■«,. w-- 
-rr- ■ - 
' ... 
I 
S H ER M A N .S A iP S 
1341 
E 
M is ! 
Compres sor$-Welder», 
“ 
“ IM A N 
S A L E f 
Sion Pom 62 7 3914 


n e w ” 
USED— REBUILT 


Parts fo r V olksw agens 
M oto r R ebuilding and R epair 
] 
5310 W M ission B lvd . O ntario 
Corner o* C entral 628-4212 _ 
; 
A I^F O R O P ickup tru ck 6 c v l ‘ en-i 
girn* 
$100. 
'61 
M e rcu ry 
station 
wagon $45 
678 21 IS 
; 
58 
MG A 
tran sm ission. 
O r 
w ill 
trade 
fo r 
M GA 
1500 
crankshaft ! 
593-7385 


N O D O W N PAYM ENT 


N O DEPRECIATIO N 


N O H IG H INTERTEST 


N O COSTLY REPAIRS 


1 0 0 % TAX DEDUCTIBLE 


If Used in Line of W ork 


Expert Lease 


C o n tu lta n t 


A lw ay$ A v a ila b le 


SPECIAL— BRAND N E W 
'69 T-BIRD 


FULLY EQUIPPED. L O W AS 
$129.00 Mo. 


W e Pay Cash fo r Your 
Present C ar — Paid for 
or N o t. 


Autos Wanted 
76 


Take Your 


6 9 M U S T A N G 
. 


G A LA XIE . . i 


FORD LTD. i 


CHEVROLET 


W AN TED : '64 Plymouth Belvedere 
Pushbutton 
auto trans, 
P-S, good 
cond 
622; 7803 att 6 ____________ 
_ j 
W A N TE D 
Good 
'65 
OT 
*6 
used 
car 
from 
owner. 
W ill 
pay 
ca»h 
but 
must 
be 
good. 
Preferably; 
G eneral 
Motors or 
Chrysler 
Pro 
iiic t . 624-0440 
. 
p f WE BUY CARS 


Cohtge 
Chevrolet. 
191 
S. 
Indian 
Hill Blvd , Clarem ont._ _ _ _ _ _ 


★ 
★ 
★ 
★ 
CASH $ $ $ 


Highest Prices 


tor your car 
or w ill taka ear on consignment 
E.F.F, A U TO SALES 
1 1 1 0 E. M is s io n 
P O M O N A 
6 2 2 -7 0 0 0 


★ 
★ 
★ 
i t 


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Trucks for Sale 


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F O R D S u p e r 
V a n . 18 300 m ile * 
C a r p e te d . 
p a n e te d . 
ic e b o x , 
b ed 
V e r y 
c le a n . 
$1450. 
824-399C 
o r 
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C le a n 'S | \ i T o n P ic k -u p 
g o o d s h a p e , *650 
____________ 
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sod 
b u c k e t 
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327 
V 8, 


Xomona, Colli. 
f0f Sife 
F r i d a y i v g n i n g , I f e b r u a r y 1 4 , 1 9 6 9 
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'61 
C A D 
4 
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S o d a n , 
all 
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r u b b e r , 
fa c to r y 
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79 U ^ T i ^ i r r f f t i r 
I 
s e l l 
-68 
Plymouth 
GTX, 
«500 
C a n 629-046» 


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80 Autos for Sale 
80 
itns for Sale 
80 Autos for Sale 
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80 


and Midget Cars 
M U S T 
20,000 m ile s «500 


'63 D O D G E 
P o ia r a . 1 d r , h d tp , p s , '83 
F A L C O N 
F u t u r a , 
6 
c v i , 
fu M y 
a u to t r a n s , 383 eng 
'69 ta g s , s h a rp 
e q u ip 
4 s p d . n ^ w v a lv e 
io b , g ood 
re s p o n s e 624-3369 
c o n d , M a k e O f f e r . 1556 E ld e r b e r r y 
42" t B I R D 
S h a r p . M u s t s e ll. M a k e 
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o ffe r . 
N A 2 9179 
a ft 4, 
w e e k e n d s t a k e 
O V £ R 
P Y M T S 
no 
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a n y t i m 
e 
__________ ______________ | '68 
O ld s 
D e lta 
88 
C s * m . 
L o 
m i, 
68 
V O L K S W A G E N 
R - H , lo w m i le a q e , »1750 
N A 6-3218 
61 
A U S T I N 
H e a le v 
- W - 
' « 
t« ? s - 
c le a n , 
b est 
o tte r 
ta r e s 
C a ll 628- 
5065 
a ft 
5:30 
w a e k d a v s , 
a n y tim e 
w e e k e n d *. 
_ _ .............................................................. 
65 
A L P I N E 
t r 
R o a d s te r 
4-A 
_ 
m 
B ia c k 
w ith 
b la c k 
in te r io r . 
4 
c y t , Renault Sandbuggy, 5250 


’65 PLYMOUTH FURY 
E * C | i « e n t co n d $950 617-2295 
67 
C H E V 
C a p ric e 
c p e . 
A u to flo o r 
s h ift. 
B u c k e t s e a t*. F a c t a i r . W id e 
b e lt 
tir e s . 
L a n d a u 
to o , 
e tc 
P v t 
party 
$2475 
terms, 
NA 
2-435» 


new 
p r e m iu m 
fir e s , 
a ir , 
P S 
P B , 
V I N Y L 
T O P , 
O w n e r . 982-76 2 3. 
'61 
S T U O E B A K E R 
L a r k . 
6 
c v l 
G o o d 
ru n n in g 
c o n d itio n , 
$135 
ot , 
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c h r o m e 
w h e e l*, 
A M - F M 
$2600 593-852» a lte r S p .m . 
ra d io . 
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piu<. 
t a * 
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a e p r o v e d 
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C H E V 
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A S K 
F O R 
C R E D I T 
M A N 
A G E R » 86-0111 D l r . 


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d r 
s e d a n 
re a l 
g ood 
c o n o . 
N e w tire s 
n e w t r a n t . M a k e 
o ffe r . 626-2546 a ft 5. 
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c o n d . 
B e s t 
o ffe r . 
624-1075 
e v e s a n d w e e k e n d s 
_ _ _ _ _ 


la d d e r 
tr u c k s 
p n e e d 
fr o m 
» ? »9. 
D A L E S A U T O S A L E S , 711 W . M is - 
m il 
s till 
in 
w a r " . 
$2000. 593-43« 


sion 
t i v d . 
P o m o n t . 
N A »1174 
1^ 
7 ~ H A T 1500 Spider 


C A M P E R 
s p e c *« ; 
'63 
C h e w 
w h ite 
w it h 
b ia c k 
in te rio r 
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1 
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s »a k e . 
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tow* 
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w in 
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'57 
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L o n g b e d i 
R e b it 4 
so d 
a n d 
d r iv e 
lin e . 
N e w ) 
tir e s . B e s t o ffe r 9§ 3-J70|_ 
_ _ _ _ _ _ j 
S T d a t s u n 
° t C k U P 
r a d io , h e a te r »750 
______________ 624-7642 ______________ 
'65 I N T E R N A t i O N A L D -1000 T r a v e l 
a li 
V 8 
4 
sod 
c u s to m 
tr im . 
R -h , R e a l c le a n . 11645 
in te r n a tio n a l H a r v e s te r C o6* 2-4 


H e a te r 
H a r d fo o 
5 
B o x . L O W M ile a g e 
O n I * S 
w 
n ^ 
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* $1795 


1S7S 
U n iv e r s it y , 
R iv e r s id e 
406C 
'57 C H E V R O L E T » 
T O N 
P I C K U P 
G O O D C O N D I T I O N 
$450 
628-0615________ 
2 TO N 
’63 GM C 4000 2 Ton 
V I , 
4 
S p e e d , 
825 x 20 
r u b b e r . 
W ill 
ta k e 
14 
bed 
H e a v y 
d u ty 
su s p e n s io n . r 732A . 
★ $995 
PERKINS TRUCK 
1659 E. Mission, Pomona 
629-3669 


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623-731 1________ 


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O A D 
w a n ts 
a 
T o y o t a , m u s t 
sell 
fir s * 
'66 
M e r c u r y 
P a r k t a n e . 
R H 
a ir 
c o n d 
P W 
a n d 
s e a ts . 
N e w 
tire s 
L o w _d o w n , 
ta k e o v e r __p a y ­ 
m e n ts 6*27-4147. ___ 
______ 
'68 C A D I L L A C ' E l D o r a d o C p e ."lü t 
m i L o r d e d , 
O w n e r . 
N A 
2 4993 
d a y s 
E v e s 
N A .1 735» , N A 
8-0946 
'44 
S 'T U D E B A K E p 
C o m m a n d e r , 
s ta n d a rd 
tra n s 
a n d 
o v e r d r iv e , 
oood co n d 5350 
629-9584 


'36 
Ooclge^ r u n s . 


52 
$125. 1306 S 
Pc m o rva 


J 838 
HUDSON, 


$200. 


'67 
C H E V 
C a p r ic e 2 
d r 
H d tp 
f'»ll 
p w r 
ftir-c c n d , 
e x c e l 
c o n d , 
S2635. 
N A 6-0374 
'63 C L D $ »8 2 d r h d tp 
fu ll 
p o w e r , 
ta c t a ir , n e w fir e s . $795. 
_______________ _595-1060________________ 


x S o 3 
b u T c k 
E L E C T R A 
225. 
4 
d r 
h d tp . 
F u l l 
p o w e r 
f a c t o r y 
a i r . 
C le a n . 
M u s t 
see. 626-4764 
_________ ___ 


R e b lt 
e n g in e 
San 
A n t o m o , 
A n t 
G . 


66 C H E V E L L E M A L I B U 
275 H P 327, 4 s p d , A M - F M 
E x c e l C o n d . 595 3677 


37 
F O R D 
2 
d o o r 
s e d a n . 
'57 
Y 
M n c k 
F o r d 
e n g in e . 
$250 
S e e 
at 
2109 B o n ita A v e 
L a V e r n e . 


Autos for Sale 


Imported-Sport 
79 
and Midget Cars 


B Y 
O W N E R ' ’6» V .W . i M t l l 
M u s t 
s e ll. 
C a ll 
628 892! 
b e fo re 
6 p rn 
o r 685-<)33 a fte r 6. 
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A U S T I N 'H e a le y 3000 
2 
s » a t f r . 
W ire w h e e ls . R H . O v e r d r iv e . G o o d 
co n d 
A s k in g $925 626-1706 
’64 TRIUMPH TR-4 
R e d 
w ith 
b la c k 
in te r io r 
R a d io . 
H e a *e r 
4 
S p eed 
O n e 
O w n e r 
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623-731 1 


*68 
C H E V Y 
C h e v e iie 
4 
h d tp . 
fu ll 
p w r 
a n d 
a i r , 
S2550. 
N A 6-3218 
_ 
i 
\ S ’68 Ford Cars 
$100 
o v e r 
w h o le s a le . 
F a c t o r y 
w a r r a n tie s , 
lo w 
m i. 
A il 
m o d e ls . 
G a la x ie s , 
F a ir la n e s . 
w a g o n s , 
M u s ta n g *. 
M e r c u r y s. 
C o u g a r s , 
C o n tin e n ta l's . 
e tc . 
626-3218 
D lr 
_______ 
’64 M G B 
R o a d s te r 
A -1 co n d 
m a n y 
e x tr a s , 
w ilt 
s a c rific e 
c o n s id e ra b ly 
tor 
im m e d ia te 
c a s h . 
N a m e 
v o u r 
p r ic e 
» 64, 58*2______________________ 
*62 
P O N T I A C 
G r a n d 
P r i l . 
2 
d r 
h d tp 
P - S , 
P B 
P r ic e d 
r iflh t. 
C a ll 624-0628 
**? 
M U S T A N G 
H a r d fo o C o u p e 
V 8 
p -S 
R H 
Le s s th a n 10 -YJJ 
m -le s . 
A u t p 
tr a n s . 
L i k e 
n e w . 
» 87-1921___ 
Brand New '69 RAMBLER 
Americans 


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*64 
V W 
c h ro m e 
H m * , 
g re e n 
w ith 
n e w 
b la c k 
in te r io r, 
e x c e i 
c o n d , 
810» . 5* 3-2670 a fte r 9 : 31) a m . 
- y W í to C o v i n * 
*66 S U N B E A M A lp in e . 4 spd tr a n s ,j 
r a d ia ts , 
r -h , 
C a il 
a fte r 
4 30. 
599-3376 
’57 AUSTIN-HEAIEY 100 
Speed 
$1995 ★ 


Economy Rambler 
241 
S. CITRUS 


S ix 
R a d io , 
H e a t e r , 
W h ite w ith W a c k in te rio r»S895 


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C o v in a (2131 331 8? f2_______ 
46 
C A D I L L A C 
not 
ru n n in g 
c o m p le te ly 
re s to ra b ie 
624-1720 _____ 
$50. 


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1407 W. Holt, Pomona 
623-7311 


-55 
P O N T I A C 
ao od 
c o n *, 
$100 
2 w h e e l tr a ile r $25 
626-C290 o r 624-1457_________ 


*66 
P L Y 
F U R Y 
l i t 
W a s 
a u to 
tr a n s , 383 
e n g . 
P S , 
fa c t 
a m 
top 
c o nd 
982 8933 
b e t 
5 
o r 
624-0624 
eve s an d w e e k e n d s 
A 
a 
i 
C 
l 
65 
C A D 
C o u p e 
D e V lie 
M u s t 
see A U T O S 
T O T 
j 3 l G 
to 
a p p r e c , 
p se a t 
a n d 
w in d , 
fa c t 
a i r . $2595 . 
593-5071__________________ 
67 
V W 
S E D A N , 
e x c e lle n t 
co n d i 
t i e r . 
Si »no 
-67 
D a r t 
2 
d r 
s e d a n , 
6 C V i 
$1600. 624-7293 
_ 
j 
'67 
C A D I L L A C 
C o u p e 
D e V ilie 
A !| 
C a d d ia c 
g o o d e s 
in c lu d in g 
s te re o 
ra d io 
a n d 
y ir .y l 
to p 
S h o w r o o m 
cone 
Sec 
it 
f ir s t . 
M a k e 
re a s 
o f* 
I t £ L P v t P t v 
987-1921 _ _ _ 
______ 
★ PONT. '66 GTO $2150 
F a c t 
a ir , 
a u to________________ 982 1991 
'61 F o r d F o r S a le , g ood c o n d 
p -s , a ir c o nd 
b est o ffe r 
; ______________ 623:3026___________ __ 
‘56 F o r d s ta tio n W a g o n 
g ood c o n d , $175 
. 
C a ll 629 4482______________ 
60 FORD RANCHERO 
R o d o u t, $200 , 627J 87S_____ 
S H A R P 
59 D o d g e 
4 d r . $350 c a s h . 
N o 
2n d c a r 
n e e d e d . 
P u r c h a s e d 
n » w c a r , 298 
E 
F r a n k li n , 
P m a 


I 63 
P O N T I A C 
B o n n e v ille , 
fu ll 
p o w - 
e r , 
a tr 
co n d 
P a y 
e q u ity 
a n d 
ta k e o v e r p a y m e n ts 983-4475 
__ 
62 
C O N T I N E N T A L 
F u ll 
p o w e r , 
e i r , 
s te re o c o n c o u rs e 
c o n d itio n . 
: $1295 
6 22-9634 
_______________________ 
'64 V a lia n t . R H . S tic k 
B g 6 
E x t r a S h a r p , $795 
. 
N A 4-4118 
■ 
*63 
O L D S 9* 
M a r o o n , 
C o r v e r tib le 
W h ite 
to p 
A u to 
tr a n s . 
R H . 
F u ll 
i power. $500. 6347238 
__ _________ 
66 
M U S T A N G 
G T . 
N e w 
hi 
p e r fo r ­ 
m a n c e 
e n g . 
4 
sp d 
h u r s t. 'M a g s . 
P o s i-tra c tio n 
M a k e 
o ffe r 
628-7838 
40 
M O D E L 
F o r d 
C o u p s 
w ith 
r e ­ 
b u ilt 
e n g in e . 
G o o d 
b o d y . 
B e s t 
o f ­ 
fe r 
6231901 
__________ 
66 D O D G E D A R T 


A & J MOTORS 
FULL PRICE SALE 


’59 FORD V, Ton Pickup .........$499 
4 speed, A-1 m ech anic*! 
’61 T-BIRD............................ $ 4 9 9 
Convertible. L o o k s and ru n s real flood. F u ll P o w e r 
’61 TEMPEST ......................... $399 
W a go n . A u to m atic, radio, heater. A real nice c a r l 
’61 FALCON W A G O N ..............$ 349 
A u to m a tic. Cute 
little 
red C a r! 
’58 CHRYSLER....................... $299 
Im p e rial. A real nice old car. 
’59 MERCURY ....................... $ 249 
W a g o n . R u n s good. 
’61 FALCON WAGON 
.......................................................$199 
S ta n d a rd T ra n s. L o o k s Bad . R u n s Good, 
W E A L S O C A R R Y M A N Y C O N T R A C T S 
A & J MOTORS 
808 W. Mission Blvd., Pom. 
623-9267 


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63 RAMBLER 4 DOOR 
A M B A S S A D O R , 
R a d io , 
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S te e rin g , 
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s tic k 43 
B U I C K 
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w ith o v e r d r iv e . S P E C I A L A T 
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68 FIAT 124 SEDAN 


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H e a t e r , 
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BRAND NEW 
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4 DOO R SEDAN 


1^ 4 Speed Manual Trans. 


\S Interior Decor 


Exterior Decor 


l> Whitewall Tires 


✓ Radio & Heater 


Norman's Fleet Price 


= 427 


$1999 


PRICES G O O D UNTIL 2-17 


BRAND NEW 
POLARA 4 Dr. Hardtop 


V8 
A u to m atic, 
P o w e r 
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B r a k e s . 
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3 
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or 1 5 % Down 
$95.80 Mo, 
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BRAND NEW ’69 CORONET 2 Dr. Sedan 


A u t o m a t e . 
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W in d sh ie ld , P o w e r Ste e rin g, W h e e l 
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List Price $3150.15 
BULL S EYE BUY AT . 
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or 1 0 % Down 
$76.85 Per Mo. 
48 Mos. with approved credit Bank financing 


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80 Autos for Sale 
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S t e e r ^ 
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U n d e r c o i t ' n g , 
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BULL’S EYE BUY AT 


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or 1 5 % Down $95.75 Per Mo. 
48 mos. with approved credit bank financing 


R a d i® . 
H e a t e r , 4 
S p eed 
b 'l-e a itti b ia c k In te rio r 
^ $2095 


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'66 VW Squareback 
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175 
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36 
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a p p r o v e d 
c e d i t . 
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C R E D I T 
M A N A G E R 
986-8111 D lr 
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S e ll o r t-a d e to r V *v p u 
629-9960 __________ __ 


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*60 T-Bird, good cond. 
N o d n . 
lo w 
m o p y m ts 
623-3102 


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Americans 
$1995 ★ 
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N O SIDE LO ANS OR SIDE COLLATERAL NEEDED 


OVER 250 
NEW AND USED CARS 
AVAILABLE 
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O N EVERY CAR IN STOCK 
USED CARS 


'64 JAGUAR XKE 
8t » ’ *o 
r e m e 
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C O U P E 
4 
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7780 
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c o n d itio n . 


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C o u p e . 
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C a m 
16Ç0 
C Ç 
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fine 
5 Speed Gear 
Boi. Radial 
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Tires, Stereo Radio, Heater 
A R E A L S T E A t 


63 CHEV. STA. W A G O N 
4-d o o r, 
r a d 'O , 
h e a te r . 
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c y tin d e - 
825 der. 
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624 3*45_____________ 
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327, 4 S P D 
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* H 50 
- * 87-5153 


63 C H E V R O LE T 
$1199 
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61 VW BUS ..............$999 


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fa m ily u m * a 
w ish 4 m a a d 
tr a n » m « 
S ia n , r a d w a n d h a a *e r. 


63 F O R D ......................................................................$799 


C O U N 't a v 
S O U t o e 
s ta ’ -en 
w a a o r 
W ith 
ra d e h 
h a a te r a n d 
s ta n d a rd t r a w m h o t 


67 C A P R IC E ............ $3199 


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p o w tr 
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p o w e r b r a * « . 


67 IM P A L A ..............$2949 
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67 GALAXIE S 0 0 _______$2599 
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62 IMPALA C oud« ....$999 


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a o w w 
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66 MONZA 2 Door 
4 spaed 
.$1449 


No Credit 
Problems 
Too Big 
For 
Pomona 
Dodge 


A s k U a F o r H e l p 
I f Y o u A r e . . 
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u * H a a n o e q u i t y 
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w * C r e d i t c l e a r e d 
t n 20 m i n u t e a 
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U s e 
t v e r y 
A v a t i a u e 
F i n a n c e 
P l a n 


TRIAL EXCHANGE 


68 IMPALA 
.$3599 


^ $2895„ 


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6 2 3 - 7 3 1 1 ____ 


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Ja g u a r 
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'68 TOYOTA H.T CPE. 
R a d io 
Heater, 
AuktmetK 
f r a i t 
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8 lack 
in te n o r 
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Mjieaae a t o n l y 


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624-1117 or 624 1938 
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* 1,800 
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622 3111 
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^ $2095 


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p o w e r 
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623 5812 
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68 IM P A L A .................................................$3499 


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t r a n s m n s o n , 
p o w e r 
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a n d m 
c o n d itio n in g 


67 F O R D ............................................................$2999 
C O U N T R Y 
S E D A N 19 
p asse ng er 
* ia t o n 
w a g o n 
an fh 
a 3«0 V I a n g -n e , hr condi. 
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65 EL C A M IN O 
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64 CHRYSLER 300* . $1749 
ftg h 
po'w ar a n d fa cto r y 
a tr m n d h n e u n * 


63 BEL AIR 4 door . . . $945 
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62 P O N T IA C ...................................................$799 


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64 IMPALA Coup* ...$1599 
P o w e r 
ttg a r m g , 
a u to m a tic 
fra n a m i 
a ir cone tio n 'n g . 


64 DYNAMIC 88 
O d t 
P a w a r 
» tp a r tn g , 
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a o nd i*-anin# 


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i m p a l a 
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R a d o . 
H e a t e r , 
W S W 
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P o w e r 
S t e e r i n g . 
W 9404A . 
$795 


'67 FORD LTD 


H d t p . 
2 
D o n r . 
V -8 
E n g i n e , 
A u t o m a t i c 
T r a n * . , 
R a d i o . 
H e a t e r , 
F a c t o r y 
A r , 
P o w e r 
S t a e r n g , 
P o w e r 
B r a k e » , 
W h i t e w a l l « , 
V i n y l 
H o o f . 
S 35fc t lA . 
$2495 


44 IMPALA Coup* . ,$22tt 
P o w e r 
w e a rin g , 
a tr 
c o n d ìtia n tn g , 
p o w e r 
b r a k e * 


6/ CAM ARO 
.......................................$2499 
V I e n d in g , a u to m a tic F a n e m ie *«on. 
p o w ­ 
a r a lg e rin a . 


65 IMPALA Coupe ...$1699 
VI, a u ’ q m a tic . 
P o w e r »te a rin g . 


67 T R IU M P H .............................................$1999 


M a r k 
III 
S p ith n g c o n v « ' b it . 


64 IMPALA Sedan 
. . .$1449 


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«r a n im ita to n , 
p o w e r 
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S ta tio n W a g o n , V 8, 
T in te d G iaaa H e a t »r. R a d io , 
A u to m a tic . 
F a c t o r y 
A ir , 
P o w e r S te e rin g, W h itd w a iia . 
L i« . M S F . J H . 
$695 


’67 POLARA 


4 D o o r S e d a n . 
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P o w e r 
S t e e r i n g , 
W S W 


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$1695 


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$795 


47 CHtVY Vi To» .. .$22tt 
k*8 angma, 
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autamatx 
pannar 
r e a r in g . 


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1407 W, Holt, Pomona 
623-7311 


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P S Ca t 621 s m i tfe» 5 


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2 D o e r 8 *d » n 8, Stick , R e 


die. 
H eater. 
$495 


'64 CHEVY IMPALA 


H d tp . 4 DOor. 
V -8 
fcngm e, 
A u to m a tic 
T r a n « . , 
R ad io, 
H eater, F a c to ry A ir, P o w e r 
b te a n n g. 
P o w e r 
B 'a k t * . 
W n tte w A il*. «8081. 
$1195 


PONTIAC 


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B O N N E V I L L E 4 
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V8, A u to m atic 
R ad io , H e a t ­ 
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P o w e r 
Steer mj, 
brake* 
and w indow s. V b /S S A 
$1195 


’63 CHRYSLER 
T O W N 4 C O U N T R Y W A G - 
O N 
A u to m a tic , 
R a d i o , 
H e ater, 
P o w e r 
Steerin g, 
P o w e r B ra k e *. W S W 
lire«, 
FA cto ry A ir. 
#8411A 
$1095 


’55 CHRYSLER 300 


2 
D o e r 
H a rd to p . 
H E M I 
H E A D » , 
D U A L 
Q U A D S 
C A H B U R E T I O N . 
R e c e n t 
com pieta a n gin a overhaul. 
$350 


'66 MERCURY Sed. 


V8, A u to m ati« , R ad io , H e a t ­ 
er, 
F A C T O R Y 
A IR , 
P o w e r 
Ste e rin g 
P o w e r 
Brake«, 
W S W Tira». T G T -1 40. 
$1695 


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Convertible. A u to m ati« , R a . 
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G o o d 
T o p i 
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$395 


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Needs ■rOcnp work. * 175 
0 * * 3 7 9 


'64 C H R Y S L E R 
toewpgrt. conv, f- 
h, 
o-s. 
P-b, 
auto 
tram , 
pjtool 
cond. ask $18*1 WS-1834 anytime. 
u 'K ' 
'63 C A D Sedan D tV iiie 
to 
appreciate. 
Perfect 
cond 
, 
tor» 6 p.m. 67fW 7! and 6IS 8 
altar 6 
______ 
'67 
R$ 
C A M A R O . 
A ir 
cond 
327 
ena 
D isc 
brakes. 
Tilt 
»tearing 
wheel 
P S. X ln ? cond. Call 
(714) 
5*S-*H1. 
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'64 
IM P A L A SS 
377 p-s, (Ma,~ fir. 
now 
paint, 
C rager 
wheats, 
tape 
and 
extras. 
Call 
624 4343 or 622- 
0?50 after 5 p.m . 
_______ 
'67 
C A D IL L A C 
convert, 
nice car, 
78,000 mi, $400 
Take over nvm fs, 
bal 
below 
w hlste. 
N A__7-9214__ 
'61 Falcon, Good Cond $350 
622-9540 
4058 E. Grand, Pom ona 
'67 C A D IL L A C Sedan DeVllle, load­ 
ed, 1 owner, above average cond, 
$1000 Cash, 987-4734 
"'67 F A IR IA N P , L O A D f O 
take over paym ents 
_ 
985-2196 
I 
'5» 
P O N T IA C 
Vista, 
4 
dr 
«¿ort I 
cpe 
p-b, 
p-s, 
r-h, 
low 
mlieaoe I 
O rw owner. 
Tires end cond verv 
Boea. $495. 622-8 4 3 1 ____ __________ 
S h U T 
y 
'65 
M u stan g 
G1 
350 
loaded with 
extres. 
Best otter. 
629-2497 N A 9 8853 
'67 C H E V R O L E T Nova 
Am ie with black 
interior. 
283 
V# 
Engine 
Radio, 
Heater, 
Autom e 
tic, 
deluxe 
wheel 
covers, 
W SW 
Tires. 
$87 Dn 
U * 
M o ter 
34 
M o * p lus, tax & 
cr 
A _ 
____________ 
'5 5 T P L Y M Won, 
tires, 
$175 '62 
V -I, good cond, 
'65 C H E V E L L f MwUini SS,' 377, 4 
speed, posi-tracflon, *1117 68 


‘6? D Ö D G 8 L A N C E R 
had starter» $100 or 
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'57 
D e SO T O 
Convertible, 
V J 
392 
cu 
in 
H om i 
head 
eno, 
$775 
or 
best 
otter, 
*¡»*0 
W. 
16th 
|t„ 


A l 
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new 
tires, 
shocks, . 
and better y . 
*750. N _______ 
V Ü 5 T 
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'48 Pontiac F ire ­ 
bird, 
tuny eouipoed, 
to mil, 
1 


64 FORD, 390 
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offer. 
*4*0 
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Upland 
C A D IL L A C '64 Sedan De vllle, full! 
power, 
air, 
good cond. 
white 
w- 
blue int. $!#95^ O rl^o w n e r. 


1'6*7 
IM P A L A 
4 dr 
hdtp. 
PS, 
P B , ! 
I 283 cu In. Auto A;I. $1995. 
_ 
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•II P power*"" new U values 
r W 
heads, cusf inf, 
$400.__679 8 »0? 
;64 FORD 
laxle 
500' Conv, 
red 
with Week 
Inf and 
top, 190 en>g, 
n-s, p-b, fact air, new w-w fre s, 
except Cleen. 92.0*^ m l 
$1175. 


66 FORD FAIRLANE 500 
H A R D T O P 
Radio, 
Heater, 
Auto­ 
matic. Power Steering 
ve ry clean 
and tow mileage. A T O N L Y 


6 U ÍT 
sacr'rfrce, 
’48 
bird, 
fully 
equipped 
owner, Call 622 


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imp 


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623-7311 


E S T A T E 
sate; 
'64 
Buick 
W ildcat 
convert, 
tact 
*ir, 
PW , 
PS, 
PB, 
im m ac 
inside, 
good 
motor 
and: 
trans 
Sac $200 under whlsle blue- 
book, $750. 593 '363 
'61 
C O R V E T T E , 
783 
4 
spd, 
new 
paint, 
good 
cond 
Ceil 
bet 
10, 
a.m. or aft 6 p.flk 593-*405 ____ 
¿5 
C O R V A tR ,** 4 * dr 
hrtfp, 
radio, 
heater, 
auto, 
new 
Hres, 
new 
69 
Pia.tws, *R9S 
989 53B5 
'4 / C O U P E D e v il L E 
t o a d e i 49 ticense. $4M0 
____________Phone 984-9460 
; 
65 
IM P H ' w 
d co n d T h le tk 
in 
terior, 
pvt 
party, 
reasonable. 
623-3748 
____ 
'62 Ford Station W agon 
good cond, *295 
_____________ 624 914*_______________ 
’61 Cadillac Cpe de Vitle 
R a d » , heater, factory air, Loaded 
with m any extras 
*25 down, $30 
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'62 M E R C U R Y Comet, radio, heat-! 
er, 
very 
clean, 
good 
condition, 
*450. ■ t - I W f ... 
.... . 
j 
'64 
M A R L IN , 
atdo 
trans, 
power 
disc 
brakes, Clean 
1 owner car,, 
Can attar 6 p.m. 426 7921 
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'67 
C H E V E L L £ 
2 
df 
hdtp. V-8, 
auto 
trans, PS, 
tact 
air, excrrl 
cond .$ 2 19 5. N A 6 12 > 8 __________ 
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Lim ited 
v in y ii 
top 
All 
extras. 
Beautiful 
car 
In 
excel condi'ion. Priced tor urgent! 
sale 
*2995 Days, 673-2681. 
A sk 
for 
Rick, 
E v e s and Sat 
493-4472 


'U T ^ l l R D , 
twfl 
pdwér, 
a#, 
A-1 
Cond, 
$895. 
Cafl 
62* *428 
after 
S 
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'67 B U tC k à i . bronzeT b lk leather 
uphol, landau tcp, m aos, p », p-b. 
air. $7295 J524-927*._________ 
e e 
'60 
T 
B IR D , 
r-h. 
auto, 
air, 
Real sharp 
*699 
»m e with black 
interior. $34 down, *36 m o for 24 
m os on 
approved credit 
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'68 CHEVELLE SPORT COUPE 
Radio, h e a te r, air conditioning, deluxe f r o n t 
a n d 
rear seat belts, power steering, pow tr cjhde tra n #., 
vm yi trim , 
W S W 
tires, 
t - Z 
e y e 
wmdehreld. 
A 
b e a u t ifu l c a r, never been r e g is te r e d . # 2 0 1 . 
$2807 


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'68 CAMARO SPORT COUPE 
Radio, 
center 
console 
electric 
clock, style 
trim 
group, heater, air conditioning, deluxe front and 
rear scat belts, wheel covers, E -Z eye glass, W S W 
tires, power steering, 275 V 8 engine, pow erglide 
trans 
C ar 
hat never 
been 
registered, 
#279. 
A 
S T E A L A T . 
$2988 


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Bank Financing 
CAD. CPE. '68 J 


DEVIL LE, 
Full power 
eouipped 
i 
Padded Top. 
f M Radio. V » T o 02 
$5299 full price 
CADILLAC '67 


Seden OeVttte 
Full 
Power 
e<*ui*>P*d. 
FACTORY 
AIR 
CONDITIONING 
5*ereo 


'68 IMPALA CUSTOM COUPt 
D oor edge guards, front and rear bum per guards. 
K -Z eye glass wheel covers, deluxe front and rear 
•eat belts, power w indow s, electric clock, front and 
rear floor 
mats, 
radio, power 
brakes, 
auxiliary 
lighting, heater, air conditioning, vinyl root, rear 
seat 
speaker, 
dual 
ex hautt, 
W S W 
tires 
power 
eteertng, 325 V8 turbo tel engine, tuPbohyoratnat»«. 
# D -t7 , 
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$3386 


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$4299 full price 
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986-2081 


’65 FORD LTD.................... S 1 3 9 9 
2 D r Hardtop. 4 speed, power »teering, factory a " ‘' ^ 
'66 CHEVROLET 
................S1 5 9 9 
V8 autom atic, radio, Heatar, factory air. Lie. R B A - r w 
’67 TOYOTA ................... ..$ 1 4 9 9 
4 Dr. Autom atic, radio, heater, W S W tires. ChOica 
three— Setge, Blue or W hite. 
’64 CHEVY MALIBU WAG. . . . $ 1 0 9 9 
V8, autom atic, radio, heater, 
W S W lire*. 24,000 actua 
mHeage. 
^ 
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’67 FORD WAGON ..............$ 2 4 9 9 
V8, automatic, radio, 
heater, power steering, power 
brakes, factory air. 
» « A d a 
’61 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL . .$1399 
Full power, factory air. 
^ ^ ^ 
’66 TOYOTA ................. ...$ 1 2 9 9 
Standard Trans., radio, heater, W S W tires. 
^ ^ 
’65 FORD LTD ....... 
$ 1 2 9 9 
4 Dr. Hardtop. Pow er steering, power brakes, fectory 


’67 MUSTANG ...................$ 1 8 9 9 
V8, radio, 
heater, power iteerihg, v»hyf top, W S W 
tires, L I K E N S W ! 
’66 VOLKSWAGEN 
. . .........$ 1 2 9 9 
Radio, heater, W S W tir«». Color Red. 
’65 VOLKSWAGEN............... $ 1 199 
Radio, heator, W S W tires. 34,000 actual miles. L I K E 
N E W ! 
’64 R4MBLER W AG.................$ 9 
Autom atic, raido, heater, power »leering, factory arr 
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’61 CADILLAC 
........... 
$599 
Convertible. Full power, faeory air. P ricttcaH y new 
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PONTIAC LE MANS 
Hardtop, radio, heater, a u ­ 
tom atic, 
factory 
air. 
full 
power. 
Factory 
W arran ty. 
#541». 


CAPRICE COUPE 
Fu ll 
power. 
19,000 
actual 
owner, #53*9 


factory 
air. 
mile». 
Local 


MONZA COUPE 
Radio, 
heater, 
140 
engine, 
4 speed trans. Sharp. #5390. 


CHEVY II 
4-door, 6 eyl engine 
tinted 
glass, automatic, #5385 


CHEVY II NOVA 
Coupe, 8 cylinder, autom a­ 
tic. 
power 
eteerinfj, 
radio, 
hoater, low mffeage ........ 


CHEVELLE MALIBU 
Coupe, radro, heater, a u to ­ 
matic. 
factory 
air, 
pow er 
steering. #9422 ...... . 


IMPALA 
H ardtop 
c o u p e 
power steering. 
# 2 !7 2 B ......... 


4 -speed, 
396 engine. 


CHEV. IMPALA 
6 P a ssenger Station W a g o n 
V -a engine, r a d i o , heater, 
autom atic, 
power 
steering. 
H u rry at th is price. #1327. 


*2798 
'67 


*2598 
'66 
*1198 
'67 
*998 
*2395 
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*2698 
'65 


*2998 
'68 


*1298 
'67 


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CHEVY IMPALA 
H ardtop 
Coupe. 
V -8 
eng., 
ra#io, heater, autom atic, air 
cond , power etpgrmg, w hite 
walls, landau top. 
#5354. 


MUSTANG 
H ardtop 
coupe. 
6 
cylinder 
engine, radio, heater, auto 
m atic tranp, power steering. 
Excellent condition. #2275. 


PLYMOUTH FURY 
4 
d o e r, 
V - i 
e n g in e , 
r a d io , 
h e a te r, 
autom atic, 
p o w e r 
s t e e r i n g . 
Low 
mileage. 
#5404. 


PONTIAC CATALINA 
Btaiion w agon, radio, h«at* 
or, autom atic trans., factory 
air, 
power 
steertng. 
New 
tires. Local owner. #2195. 


PONTIAC GRAND PRfX 


Coupe. 
R id io , 
heater. 
4- 
speed. 
factory 
air. 
power 
steering. E x tra nice. «2273. 


CAMARO HARDTOP 
C O U P E . Radio, h e a te r, auto­ 
matic, power s te e r in g , 8 c yl­ 
inder. Lots of factory w a r­ 
r a n t y *Oft. #5424. 


FORD CUSTOM “500*’ 
4-door 
s e d a n , 
V-8, 
auto., 
p o w e r 
e te e rin g . 
L o w 
m fle - 
ago. Local owner. 
#2245. 


$2698 


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'69 MUSTANG 


2 Door Hordtop 


Cham pagne Gold. 
Floor m ounted ehift lever, 
Vtnyi 
bucket 
seat. 
Dua* 
head 
lam ps, 
color 
keyed carpetm g. P u sh button seat belts, W S W 
tires, radio, tint glass. #030. 


'68 GALAXIE 509 


302 V * Engine, Tutene W im bledon white and 
gold. AH vinyl Sr*m. Select shift crunwomatie. 
V isib ility group. *15x15 W S W tirgs. Body sido 
m oulding. Pow er steering 
power disc brakes.. 
Soieotaire cond . radio, tinted glass, Dlx. belts, 
undercoatm g. 
#9069. 


$ 3399 


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131 Styleside 


W im btodon 
W hite. 
Stand ard 
trane., 
3 
speed 
m anual. A M M &. O il press gauge. B rig h t guile, 
ciQar tighter. 1650 rear spring. Five 813x15 tires. 
#9822. 


$2299 


'69 FALCON 
Standard 2 Dr. Coupe 


New Lim e. Alt vm yt trim , foam padded teats, 
courtesy 
light. Color keyed floor mate, push 
button seat halts 
200 C ID 6 pyl. 695*14 W i W 
tirea, A M radio, tinted glass. #644. 


$2395 


'68 TORINO GT 
Candy Apple Red 
2 Door Hardtop. 390 V8 engine, bucket seats, 
»elect shift. C ruise-o-m atit, W S W 
wide oval 
tires, 
console, 
power 
steering, 
power 
disc 
brakes, select air conditioning. 
Rear w indow 
dofoggor, radio, A M dual, rear seat spaakera, 
tinted glass, deluxe bolts, front M a t headrests. 
Low mileage, never r#y *$#r#d— C om p any car. 
#6112. 


'69 GALAXIE 500 


Country Sedan 4 Door 
B ritta n y Blue. 3-w ay m agic doorgate, 
aM vin yl trim , ©dior keyed cdrpstm a, 
B n ^ h t 
extdfidf m ouidind, 390 C ID V * engine, visabiirty 
group 
855x15 W S W tires, power tailgate w m - 
dew, luggage rack, power steering, dlec brakes, 
adio, 
deluxe 
belts, 
w arning 
•eleetoir*, 
A M 
light 
W heel eovere 
#9954. 
heavy 
duty 
euspeneion. 
3399 
3999 


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66 FORD LTD 
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Air. 
Pow er Steorm g. T h is c *r is like 
new. frnieh M rdm ght Blue w ith 
Black 
Lan d au Top and Black 
interior 
Sh ow s prtdo of ow n- 
snip. SZG-49«. 
*1699 


64 MERCURY 


Autom atic, V *. Radio, Heater, 
Pow er Steering, W S W T irds .. 
Lie. E IV 95» ...... 


64 DODGE 


4 D O O R . 
V I, Autom atic, 
R a- 
did, 
Haatar, 
Pow er 
Steering, 
W S W Tiroa. Lid. O V M -4 4 * .... 


66 PONTIAC 
4 
DR. 
H D T P . B O N N E V IL L E 
V8, Autom atic, Radio, Heater, 
Row er Steering, Pow er Brakes, 
Factory A ir, Silver w ith n,*ch 
tog and Oia> k is tin e r 
MIC 
i- a m i l y 
c a r . 
l c. 
w i i . g t s .i s1799 


62 FORD FAIRLANE 500 


2 
Door 
VS. 
R a d i d 
Heater, 
P o w e r 
Steering, 
Autom ati«. 
Good 
Tirea. 
Clean 
sharp car. 
S PE C IA L B U Y. JCT.135. 


’67 FORD 
64 LINCOLN 


L T D 2 Dr. 
Hardtop. 
Cruteeo- 
matic, V *. Radio, Heator. Row 
er Steering, Power Brakes, A ir 
C onditioning. Lie. UEC-208 ... 


4 
D R. 
H A R D TO P 
L U X U R Y 
PLUS. 
Fully 
power 
equipped 
and of course A<r Conditioned 
Beautiful 
Wimbledon 
w h t t e 
Shows roe» care. Ji/P - 
9bU. 
*1599 


’65 FORD 


Ten F-100 Pickup. The buy 
you 
hdve 
boon 
w aiting 
for. 
Rddd ready. #R »4-*10 ............. 


'65 FORD GALAXIE 
2 Door 
Hdtp. 
VS. 
Autom atic, 
Radio, 
Heater, 
Fa ctory 
Air, 
Pow er Steering 
G r e e n w ith 
m atching 
interior. 
Lie. 
N O S - 
645 
*1495 


65 OLDS CUTLASS CPE. 
r *1550 


68 FORD FAIRLANE 500 


t c o n o m y with comfort. Radio, 
Heatar, 
Autom atic, 
R o w e 
Steering, 
D urable 
V in y l 
Inte 
rior. O YM -47». 


4 DOOR S ED A N . Low mileage. 
A t f c j n c h u e n e o com fort. R a * * » , 
n e a t e r . P o w e r S t e e r i n g . 
N E W 
C A R 
W A R R A N T Y . 
L o n g 
term 
f i n a n c i n g , n n e w t a r ra te s , *2199 


623-2101 
NEW CA R SALES t SERVICE 
0232101 
611 E. H0LT-P0M0NA 


WE LEASE AU MAKES 
AND MODELS 
CALL BOB FOTTS 
NA 3-2101 


023-210» 
A -l USED CA R RESALES 
6232105 
22 E. H0LT-P0M0N A 


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¡MUST Sell- '61 
Buick La Sabre,1. 
, large engine, 4 door sedan. p-s, 
r-h. Clean. T400. 
Private owner. 
I 
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SHARP '64 Olds 88 4 dr NR» with 
L IB E R T Y F O R D 
'69 lags. Private party. $W95. 
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•62 PONTIAC CATALINA ...$795 
Station 
W agon, 
V-8, 
Autom atic, 
Power 
»tearing. 
’65 CHEVY I I ................ $1095 
2- Door. 6*cyl'nder> standard, excellent 
throughout. P K G 019. 
’65 IMP A L A .................. $1695 
4 .Dr. 
Hardtop. 
Auto, V-8. 
Factory Atr. 
W hite vnth red trim. U^X-881, 
’68 IMPALA C oup« 
$2995 
V8. Auto. trad«-. Faotory Air. XBC-333. 
68 DEMO’S TREMENDOUS SAVINGS! 
7 to Chooa« From 
’64 IMPALA Sport Sedan . .$1295 
V8, Auto.. Air. UZX-681. 
’64 IMPALA Sport Coupe . . $1495 
V8. Auto., Fac. Air. Pwr. Steer. H C A -653 
’67 IMPALA Super Spt. Cpe. $2795 
Fact. Air, Pwr. 
Window», Yellow, black 
vinyl roof. TSZ-560. 
’66 IMPALA Sport Coupe $2095 
V8, Autom atic, F a c t o r y Air. TFU-380. 
’67 PONTIAC Firebird . . . $2795 
V8, Auto., PS., V iny l Top. UKA-585. 
67 CAMARO 
...............$2295 
V8, Autom atic, PS., A ir Cond. TTP.637. 
COLLEGE 
191 S. INDIAN HILL 
NA 4-4543 


’63 IMPALA Super Spt Cpe $ 1 2 9 5 
V8. Auto. W h te with red trim. JSfc-579. 
’66 IMPALA Sport Coupe . . $ 1 7 9 5 
VS. Automatic. Power Steering. SHJ.310. 
■os n o v a w a g o n ....... $ 1 5 9 5 
v s. rad o, heater, autom atic, power ateer 
mg. P H I 270, 
’66 CAPRiCE 4-Dr. Spt. Sed. $ 2 2 9 5 
VS. Auto.. A IR C O N D IT IO N E D . SH K-393. 
’65 OLDS Delta “ 88” 
------$ 1 8 9 5 
Mdtp. Cpe Air Cond., P W . NBE-594. 
’67 CAPRICE Custom Wag. $ 2 8 9 5 
827 Turbo, Air, F M 
Radio, Power W in 
dows UEY-013. 
•66 BELAIR 2 D o o r 
$ 1 7 9 5 
V8, Auto.. Fac. Air, Power Steer. RSY-516. 
’65 BUICK Skylark Spt. Cpe. $ 1 8 9 5 
V8, Fac. Air, Bucket Seats. Im m aculate 
P1V-482. 
H* TRUCKS— TRUCKS »> 
•66 FORD V. T O N ............ SPECIAL 
Pickup. 4-speed. Cam per Special. crr>-ib5A 
’63 RANCHERO ............... $ 9 9 5 
6 Cyl., Auto. Clean. TZX-684, 
’64 EL CAMINO Custom . . $ 1 2 9 5 
V8. Standard. E-86700. 
’66 CHEVY T % T. Full Price $ 2 1 9 5 
Stock Rack. 4 Sp. Tran*. 
CLAREMONT 
ONE BLOCK NO. OF ARROW 
YU 5-215 
O P E N F R I- ’T IL 9. SA T . 'T IL 5, 
SU N . 11*4 


ersen Ai"o Sairs. 
T2S1 
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’66 COMET CYCLONE G T 
. ..$1795 
2 Dr. Ht» V8, Automatic, Radio, Heater, Power 
Steering, Power Brakes. Landau top. 
_ 
’65 OLDS F-85 Dlx. Sed................ $1195 
V8, Autom atic, Radio, Heater, Power Steering, 
and Brake». 
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’64 DODGE Poloro 500 .................. $950 
4 
Dr. 
Hardtop. V8, Autom atic, Radio, Heater, 
Power Steering, Power Brake». 
’63 MERC. Meteor Custom............... $795 
2 
Dr. 
Hardtop. V8, Autom atic, Radio, 
Heater, 
Pow er Steering, Power Brake*, Bucket Seats. 
’62 CHEVROLET Impolo .................. $645 
4 Dr. Hardtop. 
Automatic, V8, Radio, Heater, 
Power Steering, Power Brake*. 
_ _ _ _ 
’68 DODGE CHARGER..................$2995 
2 Door Hardtop. Autom atic, Radio 
Heater, F a c ­ 
tory Air, Power Steering, Power Brakes. N E W 
C A R W A R R A N T Y . 
’68 PLYMOUTH FURY III ...............$2695 
F A S T B A C K Automatic, Radio, Heater, A ir Cond. 
Pw r Steering & Brakes. N E W C A R W A R R A N T Y . 
’66 CHEVROLET IM P A LA ...............$1895 
4 
D O O R 
H A R D T O P . 
Autom atic, 
radio, heater, 
power »teering, factory air. 
— 
’66 CHEVROLET IMPALA ...............$1595 
4 
D O O R 
H A R D T O P Autom atic, radio, heater, 
power »teering. 
•67 VW SOUAREBACK..................$1795 
4 Speed Trans., Vinyl interior. 
JOHNNY CATRON’S 
INLAND MOTORS 
600 W HOLT, POMONA 
Corner W . Holt at W hite 
SEE PERRY JENKINS 
623-0198 


F u ll L t f t t im * 
Major Warranty 
W1Hi ivory Now 
FIAT 


F iat 124 
Spider 


New Flat 124 Seid» la fhe BIO INMo ormi th» towoet-ertcod wort» car whh 


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for the shifty-minded, smooth, smooth Ftorwdwpeed. fvkv syncfwwwehed ehek 


shift. AM wrapped up M a beaut»«» toodr tor PWrdarlne. H«dta4 h im too. 
S33S7.60 
Plus Tax and Ltewwe 
Delivered In Ontario 
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ONTARIO IMPORTS 


“Toer E n te is e FIAT Of A li# ” 
658 W. Holt, Ontario 
YU 3-3714 
lmPComp?»ie B*ody A*Paini Shop 
NA 3-4413 


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'69 FORD COBRA 


BRAND NEW 
'69 FORD LTD 


428 Cu In., 4 Barrel row. 
A ir jet engine, autom atic trans., 
radio, factory air, power steer- 
ing, power dito brake*, now#r 
seats, console. Lim e Gold & X • 
10b. 


V8, 


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$■ 
2 DOOR HARDTOP 
B rittany Blue. Cruiseom atic, 390 V8 engine, 
radio, heater, tinted glasa, factory air, pow­ 
er steering, power disc brakes, W S W tirea. 
Deluxe seat baits, luxury tr»m, vinyl roof. 
Stock «830. 


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SPECIAL PURCHASE 
American Motors Executive Cars 
Very Low Mileage ... Big Selection! 
SST JAVELIN 
*2749 


★ Factory Air Conditioned 
★ 5-Year Factory Warranty 


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'66 fORD CUSTOM RANCHERO 
New ly rebuilt V-8 engine. Automatic, radio, heat- 
*r, power steering and F A C T O R Y A»R. 
Blue m 
color, gP -Z tO A . 
USED CARS 
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'68 


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f a i ^ r 3»0 


'66 FORD MUSTANG 


V8, 
Autom atic, 
Radio, 
How*r 
»teering, 
Sporty 
Red. Vinyl Bucket teats. »733.A. 


'60 CHEVROLET H TON 


Pickup. Standard Trana, 6 cylmder. 


r 


Flneat model Javalin w ith factory air conditioning, 
v 8 engine, power steering, power brake*, deluxe radio, 
remote control mirror. Stock »179. Balance of 8 year 
w arranty goes to you. 
SST REBEL HARDTOP 
*2995 


Loaded! Haa factory air conditioning, power steering, 
power brakes, V8 engine, landau roof, deluxe radio! 
Low, low mileage and balanco of 8 yoar w arranty 
goes to you. 
'69 UNIVERSAL V-6 JEEP 


$ '2789 
MODEL CJ-5 
4-WHEEL DRIVE........... . 


Sticker price 83181! H as 8:49x15 4-ply suburbanite tires, lock­ 
ing differential, Dauntless V6 engine, full factory equipment. 
SAVE! RED SEAL USED CARS SLASHED! 


'65 MUSTANG 


V8, 
Autom atic, 
Radio 
P o w e r 
»teering, Vinyl 
Bucket Seats. Honey Gold. »P-318. 


'64 THUNDERBIRD 
V t, autom atic trana., radio, heater, 
factory air 
conditioning. 
Pow er 
ateering, 
brakes, 
windows. 
Bucket seat* and console. W hite. «P-317. 


*1399 
*1499 


>M E0RD TORINO GT 
^ 


Autom atic. 
Qr, Kea, vv* 


: r : : rGo.d. # » « ■ *■ 


66 RAMBLER W AGON 2-TONE 
$< 


Stunning 
on# 
owner 
*peCi*l! 
H as 
factory 
air 
conditioning. 
V8 engine, power steering pow ­ 
er brakes. Individual seats with 
full vinyl Interior. 
1995 


CORVAIR MONZA 


'65 FORD FALCON 


Futura 
W agon 
V8, 
Autom atic, 
R a d i o , Pewep 
Steering, Blue. »776-A. 


'63 FORO COUNTRY SEDAN 


Station 
W agon. 
V8, 
Autom ati#, 
Radio, 
Power 
Steanng. Blur »633 B. 


*999 
*599 


'65 FORD XL 
V8, 
Automatic, 
Radio, 
A ir 
Cond'*ion#d, 
Pow rr 
»Irerlng, Power 
Biakes, 
Bucket 
*e*t*, 
Yellow. 
» b il-A . 


'63 CHEV. NOVA SPT. COUPE 


8 cyl-. automatic trana., radio, heater. W hite color. 
» P 313A. 


*2299 


S /? 4 / V o N 
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C°üf*ri>v 
'69 fr< 
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Vg* £ o i„ 
L*.A 
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Excellent in condition 
and 
In 
appearance! 
Very 
clean 
w'th 
autom atic 
transm ission, 
radio 
and 
h e a t e r . 
M id-blua 
with 
m atching bucket seats. 
1195 


59 CHEVROLET APACHE Va TON 
$895 


Pickup with 8 cylinder engine, 
t speed transm ission. Like new! 


MALIBU 


'67 TOYOTA 


4 Door Sedan. 4 cylinder, automatic, radio, host, 
or. 
Biue «P-304B. 
$1499 


Nothing but finest carel VS en- 
gins, 
power 
steering, 
power 
brakes. Really a handaome oar. 


SPORT COUPE 


$1695 
CHRYSLER 


* M c i 
T 0 0 , 


N.Y. W AGON 


$ 


‘66 FORD FAIRLANE 


W agon. 
V8, 
Autom atic, 
radio, 
show s 
excellent 
care. Blue. 802-A. 


'64 MERCURY COMET 4 DOOR 
Sedan. V I, automatic trana., radio, heatar. W hite. 
»600b. 


'63 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL 
S H O O 
Urey. V i, Auto., radio, air conditioning, Pow ef 
▼ I 
Steering, Power Brekee, Power W indshield, Power 
m m m 
m 
Seat». » A - 111. 


H as full power, factory air eon. 
ditionm g. 
H a * 
hed 
only 
on# 
local owner and i# in excellent 
•«ndition. 


>62 OLDS STARFIRE HDTP. 
O N E 
O W N E R , 
L O W 
M IL E - 
e 
A G E trade-lnl Factory air con- 
^ 
ditioning, powar brake#, power 
steering. Tru ly a unuau«! car. 


2395 


IP. 
795 


67 ROGUE V8 HARDTOP 
$ 


4.S P E E D T R A N S . *nd 290 V8 
angine. Ha# power steering, atr 
conditioning, full vinyl interior. 
Low mileage. 
1495 


’62 IMPALA HARDTOP 


New custom pam t Job enhances 
thia fine carl Ha# V8 engine, 
power steering, power brakes. 
A 
real 
buy 
for 
dependable 
transportation. 
$695 


'63 PONTIAC TEMPEST COUPE 


$ 


Lot* 
of 
ear for 
the 
money! 
H as automatic transm ission, re. 
StS. 
full 
vm yl 
interior 
and 
white tiree. Red Seal W arranty. 
695 


65 RAMBLER 770 SEDAN 


On# 
careful 
owner! 
Power 
steering, V8 engine, individual 
seats. Factory air conditioning. 1395 


'65 BUICK 


Really in unusually fine con. 
dition— a 
on# 
owner 
trade. 
Bucket seats, radio, etc. Yellow 
with black vinyl interior. 


SKYLARK COUPE 
$1495 


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“HOME OF LOW OVERHEAD SELLING” 


MON. THRU SAT. OPEN 'Til 9:J0 PM. 
— 
SUNDAY ‘Til 6 P.M. 
13101 CENTRAL-CHINO 


EXTRA SPECIAL) 
’66 MGB Rdstr. 


Looks and drives like now! W«ro 
racing wheola, new 
top, 4-*pe#d 
trene., white tiree. This sports car 
is in excellent mechanical condi­ 
tion and we stand behind w ith a 
one year Red Seal W arranty. 1695 


64 PONTIAC VENTURA 


$ 
Really a nica carl 2-dr. hardtop 
with 
factory 
air and all tha 
goodies! 


'67 MUSTANG 


Lee* than 24,000 mil#*! 3-*p*#» 
on th# floor, six cylinder #h- 
gtno, 


1395 


$1695 


’67 AMBASSADOR 990 SEDAN 


$' 


F A C T O R Y 
A IR 
C O N D IT IO N - 
IN G , 
power 
brakes, 
p o w e r 
steering, deluxe radio, individual 
seats. 
Low 
mile*— you 
r#tem 
factory w arranty. 


NA 8-4726 
S U B J E C T T O P R IO R S A L E 
P R IC E S G O O D FfcS. 14, 16, 18 O N L Y . » P L U S T A X A L id , 
YU 6-8089 


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• i '67 ' AÀUSTAkÓ ' 6 " cyl 3 sad 
r-h. o*. Green with black Interior. 
Real sharp 
$1699. 165 down, $65 
mo 
for 
36 
mos 
an 
approved 
Sadlt, d a l e s a u t o SALES, 711 
W. Mission Blvd., Pomona. 
N A 3*1 I/a 
___ 
FOR SALE. '« T-BIrd, p-*, P-b. 
p-w, 
P-S, 
312 
Hi 
Perf 
enslnp, 
needs some work, vinyl top. auto 
trans, 
chromes,, 
w i r • 
threads 
$1200 Offer. 983-6761_____________ 


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• • '62 CONTINENTAL Full power 
and air. $1299. $56 down, $56 mo 
(or 
36 mos on approved credit . 
DALES AUTO SA! ES, 711 W Mis-|| 
sion 
Blvd.. 
Pomona. NA 
3-1174 
’65 FORD LTD HDTP. 
Radio, Heater, Automatic, Power, 
steeriny. Very clean one owner. 
AT ONLY 


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SI 695 


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<67 Ford LTD, 4 dr hdto, vinyl 
top, 
power 
and 
air. $2200. 
Pvt 
party. 622-770$ 


b r a n d N EW 
’69 RAMBLER 
Americans 
$1995 ★ 


Drive to COVINA 
Economy Rambler 
241 S. Citrus 
Covina 
<213) 331-8282 


FRANK WHITE IMPORTS 
1407 W. Holt, Pomona 
623-731J _____ 


'67 CHEVROLET IMPALA 


h a r d t o p coupe, v-8, automatic, 
power steering, radio, heater, fac­ 
tory air. 
SPECIAL 
$2395! 


EST 
________ 
VHEPE 
W. B. Rundle 


628 W. Holt, Ontario 
YU 4-7112 


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>67 COUGAR 
H A R D T O P 
C O U P E 
Lie. T U R -592 
*2489 


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’65 V W 


4-tpeed frana., heater. V e ry clean, 
low mileage. H O X 621, 
$1295 


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'60 LINCOLN 


4 O r . H ardtop. Radio, heater, auto- 
m afic trans,, pow er ateermg, power 
brakes. P G U 625................................. 
’59 OLDSMOBILE “98 


4 
Dr, 
Sedan. 
Radio, 
heater, 
auto­ 
m atic trans., power steering, pow er 
brakea. U « C 637.................................. 
'63 CHEVROLET N O V A 


Station W agon. 6 cylinder engine, r a ­ 
dio, heater, autom atic trans., power 
ateerm g luggage rack, H K.p 559. .... 
'63 PONTIAC CATALINA 


2 Dr. H ardtop. Radio, heater, auto- 
matto trans. H K T 296......................... 
'62 CHEVROLET IMPALA 


4 Dr. H ardtop, Radio, heater, auto­ 
m atic trana., factory air, power steer­ 
ing, pow er brakes. H K U 843............ 


$995 


$795 


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Now Open ’til 9 P.M. Mondays 


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611 W est Holt— Ontario 
“A City Block of Sales and Service" 
983-4718 


’66 OLDS Cutlass Conv. $1985 
A irC o n d . Lie. SZF-709 
’66 DODGE 440 Ht Cpe...$1895 
A ir Cond. Lie- R U B -0 6 2 
’66 CHEV IM P C p e 
$1985 
A ir Cond. Lie. R Z K -4 6 2 
’65 OLDS. Delta 83....... $1895 
H ardtop Coupe. A ir cond. Lie. 4rPCR-970 
'65 OLDS Cutlass Cpe..— $1795 
A ir Conditioned. O ZX -9 2 4 
'64 CHEV. Im pala Cpe.-$1175 
Pow er Steering, Lie. ptUCZ-316 
’64 FORD G alaxie 500-----$895 
H ardtop Sedan. Lie. N T K -8 3 9 
’63 CHEV Imp Cpe S S ------ $995 
Lie H JN -004 
’63 ALFA Rom. Giu. 1600 $695 
T L Sdn. Lie. JQ G -692 
’61 MERCURY M ont Ht Cp $545 
Lie. H Q W -781 
★ VO LKSW AGENS ★ 


’65 V W Dix Sdn --------- $1199 
Lie. P D Y -460 
’64 V W D ix Sdn --------- $1099 
Lie. O TU -709 
V W SANDBU GGY---------- .$1099 


’66 VO LKSW AGEN ------- $1299 
R V L-392. 
’62 K A R M A N N Ghia Cp. $1199 
Lie. F L V -9 3 9 


“W e Honor Sunday By Closing” 
CATRON MOTORS, Inc. 
700 E. HOLT AVE. 


POM O NA @ 
NA 9-5796 


<64 FORD GAL. 500 


2 D o o r Hardtop. V8, 


Power Steering, Automa­ 


tic. Lic. STC 320. 


Kelly Blue Ç 1 9 Q 
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Book Price 
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'67 COUGAR 


V8, Vinyl 
Roof, 
Power 
Steering, 
Factory 
Air. 
Power 
Brakes, 
EXCEL­ 
LENT 
CONDITION. 
Lie. 
TXA 494. 


Kelly Blue C ^ A P P 
Book Price 


” *2695 


'68 TORINO 


Formal 2 Door Hardtop. 
390 Engine, Factory Air, 
Power 
Steering, 
Power 
Brakes, Automatic, Vinyl 
Roof. LOW MILEAGE. Lie. 
VG H 471. 


Kelly Blue C O O O f l 
Book Price 
s2 9 8 5 


'65 FORD X-L 


2 Door Hardtop. Factory 


Air, V8. Automatic, Pow­ 


er Steering, Pow. Brakes, 


Radio. Lic. ROV 216. 


Kelly Blue $ 1 7 Q 
C 
Book Price ¥ ■ ' W e J 


— >1395 


<65 FORD PICKUP 


V8, F-250 % Ton. Just 


right 
for 
the campers. 


D O N ’T M ISS THIS! Lie. 


R-64753. 


Kelly Blue $ 1 7 Q 
R 
Book Price ^ 
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— *1595 


'66 CHRYSLER "300" 


2 Door Hardtop. Factory 
Air, P o w e r Windows, 
Power 
Steering, 
Power 
Brakes. 
Excellent 
Car. 
ONE OW NER! Lie. RON- 
282. 
$2820 


- 2 5 5 0 


<65 FORD WAGON 


Country Sedan, 6 Pa,- 
senger, Power Steering, 


Automatic, 
Radio. 
Lie. 


RZC 827. 


Kelly Blue C I ^ I Q A 
Book Price ^ 


*1195 


'65 MERCURY WAG. 


CO LO N Y 
PARK, 
Power 


Steering, Power Brakes, 


Factory Air, Automatic. 


Kelly Blue 
Book Price 
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MERCURY’S NEWEST HARDTOP 


C O U P E w ith 390 cu. In. power, dual con- 
cealed 
handlam pa, 
perform ance 
handling 
package, aide air vanta, nylon carpets and 
•eata, eiectno wiper« and waehars, ordered 
in your choice of interior and exterior colore. 


SENSIBLE-SIZED SPORTS COUPE 


Including 250 cu. in. econom y engine, com ­ 
pletely 
synchronized 
tranam iaaion, 
electric 
wiper« and waahera, headreeta and «eat and 
shoulder belts, curved ventleea aide w indow *, 
ordeied In the color you prefer w ith h a r­ 
m onizing nylon Interior. 
2316 
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■67 EL DO RADO 
Fiawlaaa black beauty 
Inside and out. 
M oderate 
mileage 
and 
equipped 
w ith 
ev e ry available option including A M F M 
Stereo radio, full power, air, landau roof, 
leather. ( T T P 972). 
_________ $5695 


•68 MERCURY W A G O N 
10 paeeenger w ith 390 V-8, power disc 
brakea, power eteerlng, air conditioning, 
luggage rack, dual action tailgate, driven 
only 9,600 rmlea. New car w a ria n ty a v a il­ 
able. ( W X D 322), 
$3595 
’68 MERCURY 
••M X " hardtop coupa w ith air, power diee 
brake* and «tearing, etc. Ueed let« than 
5000 mile«, the full new car w arran ty le 
included. ( V U T 998). 
$3195 


’67 COUGAR XR7 
Called "T h e ca r that o u t-J a g u a ra ’ J a g ­ 
u a r," th is is A m e rica ’* m o.t lu xu rio u * 
•port« car with full leather bucket *eat*, 
conaote, air, power brake* and *te«r»ng, 
and w alnut da*h. ( U K L 370). 
______ $2995 


’67 FORD SQUIRE 
10 passenger w agon loadad w ith extra* 
including air, 
power window-,, *teeim g 
and brake*. Ford • finest model w ith only 
27,400 
mile*. 
W arranteed 
up 
to 
50,000 
miles. (U Z U 264). 
_______$2895 


'67 MERCURY W A G O N 
9 Paeeenger model w ith under 17,000 ac­ 
tual m iles! Perfect W h it e 
fin ish w ith 
beautiful caddie tan interior. 
H a t air, 
power 
steering 
and 
di*c 
brakea, 
ate. 
( U K A 111), 


>66 CONTINENTAL 
Fo u r door »«dan w ith etereo-tape playar. 
power lock*, power vente, pow er eaate 
and window *, air, landau roof, 
leather 
interior, etc., etc 
Carefully m aintained 
by ons previous ow m r, (R V D 847), 
$3295 


’66 CHEVROLET 
Im pale 
hardtop 
coupe 
In 
exceptionally 
tine condition 
throughout 
w ith 
factory 
air conditioning, power brake* and *teer. 
mg. 327 
V-8, autom atic, radio, 
heater. 
( U I C 245). 


$2995 


$1795 


’66 MERCURY 
Four door w ith air, Mercom atie, power 
eteer ng, radio, nearly new w hite w all*, 
etc. In perfect *hape and w ith very mod- 
«rate mileage. (T T C 545). $1895 


6 5 F O R D LTD 
Golden hardtop four door w ith air and 
power seats, w indow *, brake s and steer­ 
ing. Fleally beautiful m *id * and out. and 
in 
perfect m echanical condition, 
(G O O 
528). 
$1695 


’65 RAMBLER 


Four door A m b a ssa d o r ”990’ 
In excep­ 
tionally 
good 
condition 
in 
every 
way. 
H a t air conditioning, pow er brake* and 
Steering, reclining «eats, etc. ( A E X 477). 
$1495 


65 MERCURY 


D rive n leee than 32,500 mile*, thie beau­ 
tiful hardtop coupe w arranteed by Ford 
M otor Co. up to 50,000 tnilee! A ir cond., 
power «tearing and brake«. ( N R W 872), 
$1695 


6 4 MERCURY 
F o u r door eadan In «m art * iver finish 
w ith 
factory 
air, 
powar 
brake*, 
and 
steering, 390 V 8 engine. Mercom atie, ate. 
R une and look» liko new. ( H S V 809). 
$1145 


64 MERCURY 
The M a rau d e r M on tcia ir hardtop cpe. In 
saddle tan inside and out. A ir condition* 
mu, power steering end brake*, the de­ 
pendable 390 V-8. radio and M ercom atie. 
Good looking— good running. (O IT *5*1 


64 T-BIRD 
Specially priced almoet 5400 below K elly 
Blue Book, vet truly good looking Inside 
and out. Pow ei seat* and window s. |power 
brake* 
and 
steering. 
Cl«8i» 
1'Qht bluo 
with m atching interior, ( H K U 3.4), 
$1445 


$1245 
63 LINCOLN 
Continental aedan In very good condition 
throughout. 
N atu ra lly 
it’« 
loaded 
w ith 
extra* 
including 
a ir 
conditioning, 
full 
p o w e r , 
and 
thi* on * 
ha* fxcop tio n aiiy 
low mileage. ( K J E 549' 
$1445 


64 CHEVROLET 
Im pala hardtop coupe w ith tha popular 
327 V-5, factory air, power eteenng and 
brake*, autom atic, etc* Dependable and 
beautiful! (O U H 655)* 
$1345 


>63 MERCURY 
If dependable, low coet transporta tion 1« 
w hat 
you 're 
looking 
for 
thie 
hardtop 
coupe is for you. In excellent condition 
m echanically, It h a * M ercom atie, pow er 
brakes, steering, etc. ( H $ H 
$895 


•N o Down Payment 


on approval of 


your credit by 


or. independent 


financing 


institution. 
• ' T H E 
H O M E 
O F 
F R I E N D L Y 
S E R V I C E 


LINCOLN-MERCURY 
375 N. Towne Ave.-Pomona 


JUST SOUTH OF HOLT AVE. 
NA 9-5341 
YU 6-1575 


Pricet Effective 


thru 
SUNDAY 
Feb.16 
5 P.M. 


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BRAND NEW ENGLISH FORDS 
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CORTINAS — YOUR CHOICE — EQUIPPED WITH . . . 
4 Speed Transmission 
$ 


I Front Disc Brakot 
> Whitewall Tires 
I Interior Decor Group 
I Exterior Decor Group 
1 Aero Flow Ventilation 
I Fresh Air Heater 
I # 2 Speed Windshield Wipers 
| • Windshield Washers 
j • Self Adjusting Clutch & Brakes 
| • Padded Vinyl Sean & Trim 
1 


# Padded Door Arm Rests 
• Package Tray 
• Courtesy Interior Li^ht 


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11686 


Serial No. BA92GP72225 


Automatic Transmission 
*1799 


Serial No. BA92HC86330 
11 Ft. Ro!l-A-Long Camper 


Uneler tho mindful eye of m aster Creftsm en-using only the finest of quattty m aterielf-this is a truly quality crafted and custom designed 


hom e on wheels. A beautiful seW contained slide-in model which offers the Ittxury end excitement meet desired. Featuring: Elegant formal 


dinette with beau tifu l plush Sco tch gu a rd upholstery with exquisite turquoise-blue end green pattern design. Large pull out dinette seats 


matte into a room y 4 8 " bed at nigbt or an extra guest bedroom. Sparkling Never M a r table is perfect for dining-gem es end fun. A lso an 


abundance o f over end under reel genuine A sh cabinets. Entire room is tastefully decorated with adorable tie-back cafe curtains end custom 


m ade d rap eries throughout. Lovely luxurious front dressing room has large wardrobe closets with full length dressing mirror. Superior genu­ 


ine ash w o o d p an e lin g. Interior decorator accents includes chic bottle glass room dividers end lovely geld end white accordion doer for 


privacy. D re am kitchen has every conceivable extra plus expensive m atched turquoise ice com partm ent and deluxe 3 burner M a g ic C hef 


range with oven. O v e rh e a d hooded vent end work shelf range cover. Gleam ing oversiie duel stainless steel sinks with shiny chrome swing 


spout faucets. The very best electric water pump. Bright flourescent lighting. Specially designed food pentry. Genuine Never M a r counter 


tops. Lots of w indow s and safety glass. A huge 30 gallon water tank. Convenient trouble free rear toilet with w indow -tota'ly appointed. 


M a ster step-up bedroom is fit for e queen with regal king site m attress-unique headboard bookcases or extra storage area. Large majestic 


view sh e front bey w in dow is perfect far sight seeing or star gazing. M a n y other extras including; 
Essential 
weather proo^ access doors; 


Stro n g durable 24 ' w ide screen door: fndespefttib»e insect repellent porch light; Sm art-stable rear aw ning rail; N ew Permanent drew guides 


and slides; Extra large size beet window; Q u ick-e asy disconnect w iring harness; Substentiel 10 gallon butane compartment; Separate 12 


Volt end M O Volt electrical system; Polarized weather preof connections; N ew IC C recom m ended safety running lights, plus rear entry 


light«. T r a n s l u c e n t sky vents; D E L U X E H A R D W A R E T H R O U G H O U T : O ne piece roof construction with leek proof pre-linished aluminum; 


Engineered double « e e r; Side wells glued end double screwed; C a m p e r skirt m olded full length to prevent dam age from |acks; C ity water 


inlet; 8 ce ilin g lights; Alum inum m oldings; C h o ice 1 0 0 % vinyl inlaid linoleum; O n ly the best solid Yoder metal is used. Plus many other 


extras too num erous to mention. Unequalled value at this low . low w holesale price. 


Full Price Only 
*1499 


Bit muscle under the ho«» with this V» insMne. Smart, dependetote, retractable headlamp doers Dash.ng die- 
cast erhte Meetc Air heater end defroster. Gleaming full chrome deluxe wheel covers. Bright exterior molding». 
Convenient courtesy M#hftng 
Reoev duel accent paint stripes 
Oetlenal ratio axle. Full par* wiper blades 
Entertain** Push button AM radio. Handy reversible keys. Unsurpassed luxury in the spacious Ford front 
room. Goad looks ere discreetly h««h*#Hed by dee# com«orfaWe foam padded toil w«de seats that are '»*- 
tirioue end flawlessly tailored. Wood like accents »race the doors end new ttmh* cocked biehumenl eerwt 
All meter coetrett end Inetruments ere M e coved duster- easy to sae-eeev to «entity— easy to use 
the 
12!" whecihiise bives you mere lee reom then e Chrysler; Smooth a» e CedWeci Mara headroom then an 
imperial; and ever yen# knows M s euteter then a Roth "a rte Impressive luxury car took In Lime Gold with 
contrasting Ivy Green tnlerier decor. Handsome- -or eeflca t— we 11 »roomed and eager to »o 
it's the way to 
»et where you're «c,ne In srfeasmg style— luxurtoo* comfort and et e sereftsin» tow-low pries you can easily 
afford. You cen t beet tht* lowest price this side of the moon. No. fjeaFtsw w 


61 PONTIAC 
VENTURA 
2 DOOR HARDTOP 


V-8. Tinted »lass. Heater, automatic transmHsion. Caluxe **••»»^ * r*;,h^ 
er 
stearin», power brnxes 
White wall tires. Snapev b«r»ondv Mush withi bur 
gundy and wMto interior. See ttiis one for sure. A iR<e new used ca 
m a 
condition. License No. IUK 53$. 
Should sell for ...........................................* ” 9 
SKYCREST PRICE N O W ...............................*« 0 


62 CHEV. 
CONVERTIBLE 
SUPER SPORT 
2 door, V-i, tinted otess, radio, heater, au to m a tic trensmtssion, deluxe wheel 
covers, power steering, power brakes. Keen bucket seats with choice con­ 
sole. Sparkling blue finish, black top. Week interior. This to a very popular 
hard to find model. Great sporty car for the youna at heart. NZZ-972. 
Should sell f o r ...........................................*999 
SCKCREST PRICE N O W ...............................$**0 
40% OFF 
$19 DOWN 
SAVE 
$319 
$19 MONTH 
31% OFF 
$26 DOWN 
SAVE. 
$309 
$26 MONTH 


62 PONTIAC 
GRAND PRIX 
2 DOOR HARDTOP 
CC l i C D f t 
COMET 
D O I f a C l i v . 2 d o o r 


V-8, tinted »less, radio, heater, automatic transmission, deluxe wheel covers, 
factory air tottol*toning, power steering, white wall tires, 
sole, extras too numerous to mention. Cool artic white finish with matching 
interior. This was the most sought after model on the market. Looks ana 
runs like a ‘69. No. X-IXt 6#$. 
Should sett far .........................................51099 
SKYCREST PRICE NOW .............................. *880 


RTR *32. Equipped with economical 8 cylinder engine 
Radio, heater. Full 
Factory Equipment. Yellow finish with color coordinated interior. 
Should sell for ......................................... *1299 
SKYCREST PRICE NOW 
.........................*899 


20% OFF 
SAVE 
s219 
33% 
$33 DOWN OFF 
SAVE 
. . . s400 
$33 MONTH 


$33 DOWN 
$33 MONTH 
60 PONTIAC 
VENTURA 
2 DOOR HARDTOP 


65 FORD Ä 
500 
equipped with V I engine. Automatic transmission. Radio, heater. Tinted Glass. 
Deluxe Wheel 
C ove rs. 
Whitewall Tires. GoW finish with met Chin» Goto in­ 
ferior. License No. NM C 932. 
Should sell for ........................................ SI 399 
SKYCREST PRICE NOW ............................*1120 


V-8. Tinted «1«, 
Radio, heater, automatic transmission, Deluxe wheat COver*. 
Power steering. 
White wall tires. Elegant bronze finish with e x p e m w e bronze 
a n d gold v in y l 
interior 
in d u lg e yo u rse tf at a p ric e 
yo u 
c a n f a ffo rd to o v e r ­ 
look. License No. CG L 161. 
Should sell f o r .......................................... *499 
SKYCREST PRICE N O W ..............................*399 


20% 
$43 DOWN OFF 
SAVE. 
*279 
$43 MONTH 


20% 
$1S DOWN OFF 
SAVE. 
$100 
$15 MONTH 


68 FORD tcho T e e r,,rd 


COLONY PARK 4 DOOR 
STATION WAGON 


F A C T O R Y A IR CO ND ITIO N IN G . Putt 
luxury tower accessor lee 
Silver ttn *h 
w ith cotor 
c o o rd in ated Black inter tor. 
A Realty lu x u rio u s 
automobile 
tne«*t 
end out License No WFD073. 
________ 
Should sell fo r.................................... 
JZ 
SKYCREST PRICE N O W ....................... *399» 


63 MERCURY 
V-8 Tinted glass. Radio, heater, « dto m atlc j r a m m i ^ o r ^ l u x e wheel covtto* 
Factory air conditioning. Power steer.no and brakes White '"» ¡I 
R *?*J 
gold finish with 
matching gold vtovl Interior. Mcense 
family car—Still in A l condition mstoe end out. Must see to appreciate. 
Should sell f o r ......................................... $1299 
SKYCREST PRICE N O W ............................. *N>«0 


15% OFF 
LOW DOWN 
SAVE, 
s800 
LOW PAYMENTS 
20% OFF 
$38 DOWN 
SAVE. 
$259 
$38 MONTH 


67 FORD HARDTOP 
64 FORD 
GALAXIE XL 
2 DOOR HARDTOP 


FACTORY AIR CONDITIONING.. Full detwxe Power, 
Steer in# and brakes. Whitewall nres. Blue finrsh with matching Blue interior. 
License No. UPR 41». 
Should «ell for ......................................... **999 
SKYCREST PRICE N O W ............................. **199 


V-8 
Tinted itess. Radto, heater, 
auto m atic trensmhsipn. Air cond.tionm*. 
Power steering and brakes. White watl lire*. A Rbtrkf buckets tor the front. 
Custom console 
coot-subtie white fmish-iPorty Weck landau top. Black in­ 
fer »or. Lots of spirit end seice and vowil like the ertoe. License No HSZ 9J7. 
Should sell for 
................ 
$1399 
SKYCREST PRICE N O W ............................ * 910 
20% OFF 
save 
EXCELLENT FINANCING AVAILABLE*800 30% OFF 
SAVE. 
$37 DOWN 
$419 
$37 MONTH 


63 CHEV. 
IMPALA 
4 DOOR 
V-8 
Ttothd gla*s, 
Radio, Heater. 
Automatic franuntosion, 
A,r conditioning. 
P o w e r 
S t e e rin g . 
W h ite 
wall nres. 
Nice artlc wh«le 
f.ntoh w *h 
contesting 
blu# 
r. Runs and lo o ks good. Ide«l transportation or fa m ily car. 
^r»cad for quick sate L ¡cansa Mo JOJ 552. 
Should sell fo r............................................ ^999 
SKYCREST PRICE NOW ..............................*699 
30% OFF 
S26 DOWN 


SAVE. 
$300 
$26 MONTH 


64 CHEVROLET 4*DOOR HARDTOP 


V-l 
Tinted 
«taee 
Radto, 
heater, 
autom atic 
transm ission. 
FA C T O R Y 
A IR 
C O N D IT IO N IN G 
Rower steering 
Wh.te wall tires. Befitting beige ftm *" 
tastefully 
trim m ad 
m atching 
m y r « * 
They don't com » better-cleanest ene 
in town. A reel ouy. License No. J t A f7$. 
_ _ 
Should sell for ......................................... S l l f f 
SKYCREST PRICE NOW .......................... - * *99 
30% OFF 
sa v e . 
$33 DOWN 
$400 
$33 MONTH 
CC T A D I l COUNTRY SQUIRE 
M 
r U K I I STATION WAGON 


a rkniYG 
P m u n p ii with 
V i Footm* ft ad to 
Aufomattc ff#n$ntM$4*on 
P * w f t ttawrmg. awwer brakes 
Luggeee Reck. In o w W hffe 
finish with eetor 
keyed Interior 
Licerne He. UKB 9»* 
Should Mil for ......................................... ” 399 
SKYCRIST PRICE N O W ...........................$1799 


65 CHEV. 
IMPALA 
2 DOOR HARDTOP 


2 5 % 
S69 DOWN OFF 
SAVE, 
*600 
$69 MONTH 


V-I 
engine. 
Timed 
»less, 
Ritoio, 
Heater, Automatic 
tranimha.cn. 
Power 
Steeering, Meov extras. A tike new used car In A-l condition 
milt-age »eft to *o 
Probably one 
of the nicest enee around. 
License »*•. 
TSL 321. B la c k fto » h w ith c o n fra a tin * red totertor. 
Should sell fo r...........................................” 899 
SKYCREST PRICE N O W ............................. *1099 


BRAND 
NEW 
1969 FORD 'LTD' 2 DOOR HARDTOP 


67 CHEV. '"oO ttR HARDTOP 


e a r t r h d Y 
A IR 
C O N D IT IO N IN G . V I engine 
Autom atic transm ission 
Rawer 
r ,î5 rTn°0 
power 
* a k ” s 
R *tto . 
h ^ te r. 
W hitewall tire». 
Yellow t.ni.h w.tt. 


35% OFF 
$39 DOWN 
SAVE 
$600 
$39 MONTH 
67 FORD 
MUSTANG 
COUPE 


steering, power brakes 
----------------- , 
color matched interior. Ltcenee Nd. TP7 f*J. 
Sh.wld s.N for ....................................... -J*»** 
SKYCREST PRICE NOW ......................... . . .S2299 
23% OFF 
$83 DOWN 


SAVE 
*600 


$83 MONTH 


F A C T O R Y 
A IR 
C Q N U IT IU N IP H x 
Kaai-J, 
n w iw . 
' 
' 'Z n i . 
H * 
Fewer stearin«. Bucket seats and Console. Vinyl lendee reef. License He, 


Should Mil fo r.......................................... *27*9 
SKYCREST PRICE NOW ............................. S21H 
22% OFF 
$79 DOWN 
_______ 
SAVE. 
*600 
$79 MONTH 


PULL PRICE TODAY 
*2999 


64 CHEV 
2 DOOR 
• IMPALA COUPE 


v a 
tinted glass 
radio, 
haater, automatic transtthtoston 
»le»rmq, 
2 f t , W 
t I K f 'w i K i 
n x 
* 
e' " ™ 
puff clean as a pin inside end eut. He. 20*0 
Should soil for ......................................... Vtll 
SKYCREST PRICE M O W ..................... . 
$ 793 


CM 
P A R S I COUNTRY SEDAN 
0 4 
l U N I I WAGON 4 DOOR 
V I, 
radio, 
heater, 
automatic 
transmission, 
deluxe 
wheel 
covers. 
Steering 
white well tires, Cool blue finish with matching btue vtoyl inter tor. 
F«ne car, ready ter fun 
Will evil traitor or boat, »ee Re, C*d4-B32t 
Should m H for ................ 
*1299 
SKYCREST PRICE NOW ...................... 
S 988 
39% OFF 
$29 DOWN 


SAVE 
$506 
$29 MONTH 
24% OFF 
$37 DOWN 
SAVE 
$311 
$37 MONTH 


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'69 OLDSMOBILE 


F-85 SPORTS COUPE 


V8, Turbo-Hydromahc, pow ­ 


er steering, WSW Tires, de­ 


luxe steering wheel, deluxe 


radio, tint w indshield. Vinyl 


interior. # 0 3 6 3 -119406. 


^DOUBLE CHECKED 


‘63 PONTIAC 
S O O C 
VALUE-RATED QUALITY USED CARS1' 1" 


66 FORD FAIRIANE 500 
5 . 


C a ta lm a 
Coupe. 
H ea te r, 
radio, 
a utom atic 
transmissi on. 
Fa c tory 
a ir, power steering. F IH -8 5 8 . 


'64 BUICK SKYLARK CPF. 
$ 


H e a te r, 
radio, 
autom atic, power 
steering. O W X -9Ü 6. 
1150 


'66 BUICK WILDCAT CPE. C 


H e a te r, 
radio, 
a utom atic 
trans. 
A ir conditioned, power steering. 


SR U-076. 
2495 


'64 FORD T BIRD 


NEW 
'69 BUICK 


Special deluxe 4 Door Sedan. 
V8, super 
tu rb o -h y d ro m a tic 
trans, power steering, power 
brakes, radio, a ir c ond itio n­ 
ed. t m t glass, deluxe wheel 
covers, 
custom 
e x t e r i o r 
moulding, 
at B -336-114133. 


WOULDN'T YOU REALLY 


RATHER HAVE A 


'69 BUICK? 


H e a te r, 
rad.o, 
autom atic 
trans. 
A ir conditioned, 
p o w n 
steering, 
power windows. 
HSN-7t>r, 
$1495 


'64 OLDS STARFIRE 
H d tp . 
2 - D r . 
A utom atic 
trans., 
radio, heater. Factory air, power 
steering, 
power windows. 
H S X - 
473. 
$1495 


'65 FORD Country Squire 


Station W ago n. A u to m a tic trans., 
radio, heater, power steering. 2- 
year w a r ra n ty . EQU-764. 
*1395 


'67 OLDS 98 HDTP. 
4 Door, 
heater, radio, a utom a tic 
trans. Factory air, power stee r­ 
ing. power windows, landau top. 
2-year w a r ra n ty . 
$2995 


2 Year 
WARRANTY 
AVAILABLE 


SLOW DOWN 
5 JMINS5 
A H E A D 
ON GOOD 
' USED CARS 


'64 BUICK WILDCAT 
4 -D o or Sedan. A utom a tic trans,, 
radio, 
heater, 
power 
steering, 
power 
brakes. 
2 -year 
w a rra n ty . 
K D M -031. 
*995 


'68 BUICK SKYLARK 


4 
D r. 
H dtp. 
A utom atic. 
>adio, 
h e a t e ', 
power 
steering, 
f actory 
a n . Land au top, V G G -7 6 ), 
$3095 


H dtp. 2-Door, 
A u to m a tic trans , 
radio, 
heater, 
air 
cond,. 
power 
steering, 
2 -y r, 
w a r ra n ty . 
R P V - 
902. 
1795 


'65 CHEVROLET IM PALA 
4 D r. 
H dtp. 
A u to m a tic , 
radio, 
heater, facto ry air, pow er s tee r­ 
ing. 
pow er 
brakes, 
327 
engine. 
M LJ -2 90 . 
*1595 


'66 PONTIAC LEM ANS 


Coupe. A utom a tic , radio, heater, 
power steering. 
T P P -2 8 2 . 
*1995 


'6 7 0LD5 DLX. TOR. CPE. 
2- Door 
H a r d t o p . 
A u to m a tic , 
trans., radio, heater, factory a r. 
power 
steering, 
power 
brakes, 
power windows. 2 -ye a r w a r ra n ty . 
U E C 700. 
*3595 


'66 CHEVROLET IM PALA 


S tation W ago n. A u to m a tic , radio, 
heater, 
power 
steering, 
facto ry 
a ir. 
*2195 


'66 MERCURY P A R K LA N E 
H d tp . 
4- Door. 
Radio, 
heater, 
a u to m a tic 
trana. 
F a c to ry 
a ir, 
power steering, 
power windows, 
2 y ear w a r r a n ty available. R T U * 
832. 
$2095 


#67 OLDS Cutlass Cpe. 
$ 


A u to m a tic , radio, heater. F a c to ry 
air, power steering. Lie. U E B -1 9 2 . 2195 


IF YOU'RE GOING TO PAY THE PRICE OF AN 


OLDSMOBILE OR BUICK WHY NOT OW N ONE. 


V - * 
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SERVICE 
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Now Leasing 


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Immediate Delivery 


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SPORTS ENTHUSIASTS 


•68 OLDS CUTLASS RAM AIR 


a i r I N D U C T I O N S V S T ! M 
VR 
pow 
ar 
steering, < lose 
ratio 
tt m s . 
eie- 
trie 
antenna, 
c u lt, 
sport 
ite e n n q 
wheel, 
rally 
pas. 
gauge*. 
tru n k 
'*d 
release, dual exhausts, rally spt. *us 
pension, red line tires. A n ti.« p in (iif 
terentiai, 
lender 
mow.ding» 
bucket 
seats 
Yellow w ith blark vinyl inter 
tor, 249375-0?*>18. 
F A C T O R Y 
S T I C K ­ 
ER P R IC E »4234-40. O U R P R IC E - 
$3389 


Hie Mini-Brute 


OPEL KADETT 


Economy 
has 
changed 
it's 
style. 
Come see for yourself, Tesl drive 
today. 


GM's finest import 
by BUICK 
CALL 
623-2431 


Final '68 DEMO 


'68 OLDSMOBILE 88 
H oliday Sedan 
F u l l power, f a c t o r y am 
L o a d i 
of 
e xtrasì 
s 0313-10’-,9*. 
Discounted »1000. 


OUR 
PRICE $3603 


DRIVER TRAINING 
'68 Oldsmobile Cutlass 
4 Door H a rd to p 
<2 to choose fro m ). F u ll power, 
fa cto ry 
air. 
loads 
of 
extras. 
ar047-101384, 
ST 04t»i>-113442. 
*3227 


DRIVER TRAINING 
68 BUICK SKYLARK 
4 Or. Sedan 
V8, a u to m a tic , rad««, heater, tin t- 
ed glass. A IR , power steering and brakes, de 
luxe wheel covers, rem ote outside m n ' o r . cus­ 
tom exte rio r 
molding. 
Ivory 
w ith 
cham pagne 
interior. 
1122M 0 44 W . 
F A C T O R Y 
S T I C K E R 
P R IC E »3389 08. 
*3117.80 


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JUST ARRIVED 
’69 OLDS and BUICKS 
s. 
Specially 
Pomona 
H i 
D riv e r 
T ra in in g 
pt iced for im m ed iate S A L E 
SAVE 
/ 


MESSAGE TO OUR CUSTOMERS: 


Nowadays your new Buicks and Oldsmobiles are marvels of dependability. But 


we still feel a Personal responsibility toward our customers. Our factory-trained 


technicians take pride in keeping your car in peak condition. We watch out for 


your family's safety— as well as protecting your investment in that vehicle. 


After all, this is still a family business. So our “ family” of more than 70 employ­ 


ees conscientiously looks after your family car or cars. Perhaps a little selfishly, 


for we know we can’t continue to grow unless we work hard to merit the nice 


things you tell your friends about Clark Brothers. 


OPEN 


EVES & SUNDAYS 


FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE 


Export Finance Counseling for Those Hard to 
Finance Deals 
ANY FINANCE APPLICATION ACCEPTED 


★ SERVICE THAT EXCELS ★ 
In Our Service & Parts Dept. 
Pre-Season Sale 


UP TO 40% OFF ON ALL 
BUICK MUFFLERS 


Complete Air-Conditioninq 
. *3.49 
PERFORMANCE 
TE S T................. 


This Will Floor You!! 
(YOUR CAR THAT IS) 


OVER 1,000 ASSORTED FACTORY 
FLOOR MATS $2.00 pair 


GM 


Hundreds of Past Model Accessories 
In Stock 
50% OFF 
HURRY! 


EVERYDAY SERVICE SPECIALS!! 


CLARK BROS. DAILY SERVICE SPECIALS (Parti Extra a t Required)■ J 


All Cars on Approved Credit 


COMPLETE & MODERN 
BODY and 
PAINT SHOP 


No Job too large or loo «mall 
L K i f c «stimale». 
LO AN A N D RENTAL. CAR 
A V A I L A B L E 
P H O N E or S E E 
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Body Snap M gr. 


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Friday E vening , F eb ru a ry 1 4, 1 9 6 9 j^ IjtO S 
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OPEN SUNDAY 


66 SUNBEAM ALPINE 
68 FIREBIRD 


C o n v e rtib le , 4 Speed, R adio, H e a te r 
2 -D o o r 
H a rd to p . 
R adio. 
H e a te r, 
A u to m a tic 
T r a n s , 
m issio n , T in te d Glass. A l l W h i t e S id e w a ll W id e Ovals 
Where YOU Are Treated As The Only 


Customer Who Is Purchasing 


An Automobile That Day 


T o ta l P ric e 
T a x A Lie. 
T o ta l D n . 
T o ta l Mo. P m t 
T o ta l P rice 
T a x A L ie . 
T o ta ) D n. 
T o ta l Mo. Prnt, 


67 FURY II W AGON 
67 VALIANT 


P o w e r 
S te e rin g , 
P o w e r 
B ra kes , 
A u t o m a t ic 
T ra n s ., 
W h i t e Side W a lls , T in te d Glass, A i r C o n d itio n in g , V-8, 
4 
D oor Sedan 
T i n t 
G>a*s, 
R adio, 
P o w e r S te e rin g 
P o w e r Seats. P o w e r B ra kes . 


T o ta l P ric e 
T a x & Lie. 
T o ta l D n. 
T o ta l M o. P m t. 
T o ta l Price + T a x A Lie. 
T o ta l Dn. T o ta l Mo. P m t, 


Road Runner 
64 CAD. CPE. DE VILLE 
68 PLYMOUTH 


P u ll P o w e r, R ad io , H e a te r F a c to r y A tr* 
H e a te r, 
A u to m a tic 
T ra n s 
4 -D o o r 
Sedan. 
Radio, 
P o w e r S te e rin g . 
’ •D o o r Coupe. S ta n d a rd 383 C ub ic 
Inch 
V -8, 4 
B a rre l 
C a r b u r e to r , 
U nsilenced 
A i r 
C leaner, 
D ual 
E x h a u s t, 
T r u m p e ts . 4-Speed 
T ra n s m is s io n 
w it h 
H u r s t 
L in k a g e , H ig h L i t t C am , 
Red S tre a k W id e Boots, 
k 
T in te d 
Glass. 
R adio, 
P o w e r 
S te e rin g , 
V in y l T r i m , S p o rt 
S tr ip e - W h ite . 
U n d e rc o a tm a . 


T o ta l P rice +■ T a x A Lie. 
T o ta l D n. T o t a l Mo. P m t. 
T o ta l P rice + T a x A Lie . 
T o ta l Dn. 
T o ta l Mo. P m t, 


66 CHEVROLET NOVA 
66 MERCURY 


2 - D o o r H a rd to p . V8, H e a te r, R adio. A u to m a tic T ra n s , 
P o w e r S te e rin g , P o w e r Seat, M ag. W heel«. 
P A R K L A N E 4 - D o o r H a rd to p . F u ll P o w e r, A i r condl 
t io n m g , T U t W h e e l, W h i t e S idew alls. 


T o ta l P ric e + T a x A Lie . 
T o ta l D n. T o ta l Mo. P m t, 
T o ta l P r ce 
T a x A Lie . 
T o ta l D n . 
T o ta l Mo. P m t 


67 CHEVROLET 
69 FORD 
68 IMPERIAL CROWN 
F A I R L A N E 
••500" 
2 - D o o r 
H a r d to p . 
R adio, 
H ea te r, 
A u t o m a t i c T r a n s ., V -8 . W h it# S ide w a lls. 
4 Door. Fu ll Pow er, A utom atic, 


2-door hardtop, radio, heater, automatic, tinted glass, Factory air, power 
steering, power brakes. Full power. Vinyl top. 
To tal Price + T a x A L ie. 
T o ta l Dn. T o ta l Mo. Pm t. 
T o ta l P n c e 
T a x A Lie. 
T o ta l D n . 
T o ta l M o. P in t 


66 SPORT FURY 
66 CHRYSLER N ew port 


? D oor 
Ha dtop. 
A u to m a tic 
T ra n s ., 
R ad m , 
H e a te r, 
T in te d Glass. P o w e r S te e -m g , P o w e r B ra k e s, W h it e 


S ide w a lls. 


4 -D o o r Sedan, P o w e r S te e rin g , P o w e r B ra k es. A u to 
m a tte T ra n s ., W h ite S idew alls. T in te d Glass. A h Con 
d it io n m g , 
66 FORD THUNDERBIRD 


Radio, healer, power steering, power brakes, automatic 


T o ta l P rico 
T a x A L ie . 
T o ta l D n. 
T o ta l M o. P m t, 
T o ta l P ric e 
T a x A Lie. 
T o ta l D n . 
T o ta l Mo. P m t 


63 DODGE 
63 NO VA CONVERTIBLE 


4-O oo r 
Sedan, 
A utom atic, 
H ea te r, 
P o w e r 
Steering, 
Radio, 
Autom atic, Radio, Heater, 
Ö '66 CHRYSLER NEW YORKER 


T o ta l P n c e + T a x A L ie . 
T o ta l Dn. T o ta l Mo. Pmt, 
2 - d o o r hardtop, radio, heater, automatic, power 


s te e r in g , power brakes, power windows, bucket 
seals. 


T o ta l P ric e 4- T a x A Lie. 
T o ta l On. T o ta l Mo. P m t, 


67 COUGAR 
64 CHEVY II 


H e a te r, 
Radio, 
A u to m a tic , A ir Conditioning, 
Pow er 
Steering, P ow er Brakes. 
4 - D o o r Sedan, R adio, H e a te r, Auto., P o w e r Steering. 


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A ll PAYMENTS ON USED CARS INCLUDE TAX & LICENSE & FINANCE CHARGES ON 36 
MONTHS ON APPROVED CREDIT 


To tal Price + T a x A Lie. 
To ta l Dn. T o ta l Mo. Pmt, 
T o ta l P n c e + T a x A L ie. 
To tal Dn. T o ta l Mo. P m t 


64 CADILLAC DE VILLE 
FOR YOUR PROTECTION 
¥ < 
> 


ALL ONTARIO CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH USED CARS 
With a GOLD STAR 


100% UNCONDITIONAL GUARANTEE . . . THIS STAR STATES IN WRITING THAT O N ­ 
TARIO CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH GUARANTEES THE CAR 100% AGAINST MECHANICAL 
DEFECTS FOR 100 DAYS OR 4,000 MILES WHICH EVER COMES FIRST AFTER PURCHASE. 
THIS INCLUDES ALL MECHANICAL PARTS, ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT ON ALL CARS. 
THIS GUARANTEE COVERS ALL PARTS AND LABOR FREE TO YOUI PAYMENTS BASED 
O N 36 MONTHS FINANCING. 


Sedan 
R adio, H e a te r. A utom atic, P ow er Steering, Po* 
B ra k e *, Pow er W indow», Factory A ir, 
4 - D o o r 
Hardto p, 
A utom atic, 
Pow er Steering, P ow er 
Brakea. 
6 4 MERCURY COMET 


T o ta l Price 
T a x 4 Lie. 
T o ta l Dn. 
To tal Mo. Pmt. 
T o ta l P ric e - T a x 4 L ie . 
T o ta l D n. 
T o ta l Mo. P m t, 


64 OLDSMOBILE 
65 CHEVROLET 


D Y N A M I C 
“ U 
" 2 -D o o r 
H a r d to p 
A u t o m a t i c T r » n » „ 
K a d io , H e a te e r, P o w e r S te e rin g , P o w e r B r a k e i, W h ite 
StdewaHe, 
S ta tio n W a g o n , A u to ., A i r C o n d itio n in g , P o w e r Steer! 


To ta l Price + T a x 4 Lie. 
T o ta l Dn, 
T o ta l Me. P 
T o ta l P ric e 
T a x 4 L ie . 
T o ta l D n . 
T o ta l M o. P m t. 


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