1975-06-30 - Orange Coast Pilot.pdf - City of Newport Beach - [PDF Document] (2024)

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Police Strike Showdown ·Nearing Held i11 Zaire

Grove Student's

- 'Freedom Near' DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania

(UPI) - The U.S. ambassador to Tanzania says he expects left­wing 1uerrillas in neighboring Zaire to free the last d. four kid­naped foreigners within a week.

The release of Kenneth Steven

Viejo Youth Held in Spree Of 12 Fires

Orange County Sherifr':; of­ficers arrested a 13-year-old Mis­sion Viejo boy Sunday night after he assertedly admitted setting at least 12 brush fires in the El Toro and Mission Viejo areas during Ule past week.

Deputies, who lodged the boy in the mental health division of . the Orange County_,. Medical Center, said he further admitted attempting to derail a train in the Mission Viejo area six months ago.

" He told us that he did these things because he wanted to see people die," an investigator said. "He had absolutely no remorse for the damage he caused or the deaths that could have resulted from his actions."

The investigator said only minor damage was caused by the approximately 12 acts of arson, among them an attempt to set fire to a Mission Viejo home.

He said the train continued on its way undamaged despite a number of railroad ties placed on the lines at various points by the arrested youth.

The investigator said the boy's appearance in Juvenile Hall can­not be arranged unW he bu been submitted to psychiatric testing.

Thieves Hit Locked Cars

Locked cars in the Niguel Beach Park, Laguna Niguel, were the tar1ets or thieves dur­ing the weekend with Omadlan vlsltora reportinl to Oranae County Sheriff'• officers the loss ol camera equipment valued at morethan~. .

Deputies said John Charles Fredlund, 21, of Ca11ary, Alberta was 1wimmlna ln the ocean off the park when bur1lan 1mut.ed a side window of bla Hr and re·· moved a camera aad ~cworiee val~ at $500.

n lbe ocean nearby-Wu Ran-dy Blood, 22, alao of Cal1ary wbo

.}oet a camera valued at t4Q when , ibeaamemethod waausedtolaln

eni.rytohl1car.

Smith, 22, of Garden Grove, would end more than a month of behind-the-scenes negotiations with the guerrillas or Zaire 's Popular Revolutionary Party.

" I am confident he will be re­leased within a week," Am­bassador Beverly Carter said Sunday after the kidnapers freed Carrie Jane Hunter, 22, of Atherton, Calif., and Emilie Bergmann, 25, a Dutch woman, . for an undisclosed ransom.

The guerrillas freed Barbara Smuts, 24, of Ann Arbor, Mich.,

·six days after seizing th•e hostages May 19 in a raid against a Tanzanian wildlife reserve run by primatologis t Jane Goodall.

Miss Smuts carried guerrilla ransom demands for $500,000, an assortment of weapons and J.be rele_pe of imprisoned comman­d<>!from Tanzanian jails.

Tanzania rejected the de· mands but friends and relatives of the captured students set out to r aise money for a ransom.

Mi ss Hunter and Mi ss Bergman were set free from the guerrillas ' stronghold in eastern Zaire Saturday morning , traveled by boat to Kigoma on t he Tanzanian side of Lake Tanganyika and then new to Dar es Salaam.

" I'm in good health," they each told reporterf Sunday.

Both were s untanned and looked fit.

Norman Hunter, Carrie Jane's father, said that " negotiations leading up to the release or Emilie and Carrie have been in good faith as between honorable men."

Hunter and the girls declined to give details of the abduction or the negotiations for fear of pro­longini Smith's captivity.

" We are not taking any risks at this time:" Hunter said. " We are -now most anxious and concerned that Stephen Smith will be re­leased as soon as possible."

Hunter and Carter refused to discuss, the ransom paid to the guerrillas, who are dedicated to the overthrow of President Mobutu Sese Seko of Zaire.

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'1'hese three Harbor Area baseball players know a s lide when they see one. From left ar e Darren Thurman, 6, Newport Beach ; · Mark Fitzgerald, 8, Costa M esa, and Dana

D~net, 6, Costa Mesa. They took a break from baseball recently to enjoy the play equipment a t Mad ners Park in Newport Beach.

N. Koreans Attack 2 U.S. Army Men

SEOUL (UPI) - More than a dozen North Korean guanb and newsmen attacked two American military men at the ln.lce village of Panmunjom today while the military armistice commission waa meeting, eyewitnesses re-parted.

The fiat !ight came a few hours after the South 'Korean Defense MW.try announced the killing of a NortbJCorean armed infiltrator · and a search for another re­portedly on a mission to as­susinate South Korean leaders.

THE INCIDENT A't Panmun· j'om stemmed from an argument between a U.S. Army major and a North Korean newsman which de· veJopecl into a flat fight, witnesses said.

More North Korean newsmen anc1 suarcta Joined in the brief ftlbt and an Americu military" Policeman an ,.uard duty rushed totbeaidoftbeomcer.

1be major and the militarY policeman were knocked UD· conackNI and ha4 to be carried away on atretcbers, the witneuel said.

. WJIEN TBIY CAMSoutclltbe room, however, tlaeY wwe on their feet 1nd the major rode on the front seat of an ambulance

celled in by tbe Americans. The extent of their injuries was

not known. At one point, the witnesses said,

there were more than 100 North Koreanruards atthescene.

During the meeting, North Korea charged the South Koreans and Americans with various violatiQns of the Knr~an _ armistice agreement, including alleged f(>rtifications in the de­militarized zone and sea and air intrusions.

Slayer of Cop Kills Hbnself

HUGO, Oki~. (AP) L A man clutching a Bible shot and killed a ~ highway patrolman with the tfooper's own iun. the shot hlnnl' to daU. as be n..t, the patrol reported today.

There was no clear indicat.ion of.-what led Charles Rodericlc McAlplne, 22, of HOUiton, Tex., to shoot t.be trooper or himself 8anday, autboritiffsa.id.

Trooper J .C. ¥.aaar, who tUl'Md • •Saturuy, bad pven MeAlpla• and blt wife a ride to

, Ru1q. the patrol 11td.

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Girl Feared Carrying Old Booby Trap

GLENDALE, Wis. (UPI> Police are searching for an 8· or 9-year·old girl who they believe is carrying a watch containing a World War II Nazi booby trap.

The watch, with a one-foot-long gold chain, contains an explosive equivalent to that of a dynamite. cap and if triggered could cause <teeth er se~iou~ injW'Y, Police said.

The watch is owned by a North Side Milwaukee man whom Police would not identify.

The owner of J.he watch at· tended a picnic at a park in this Milwaukee suburb where the girl was seen playing with the watch Sunday afternoon.

The man ordered the gll'l to re­turn the watch. She told him she'd put it in his basket but when he searched the basket , the watch .,n't there. ·

The stem, wbicb actJvates the explosive device, mual be " im· properly wound" in order to ac­tivate the bomb, but poll~ would not specify what constil\ltee im· proper winding.

1be watch was a war souvenir, according to the owner, who was ordered to appear today at tbe Glendale city 0UorMy't1 of'rlce.

Council Meeting Crucial

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Tonight's special city council seaion may play a key role in whether or not Huntington Beach policemen will s trike after Thuraday.

Thomas Roberts, an outside arbitrator, will deliver his re­commendation for a salary st!l · tlement between the city and the 178-member police officers as­sociation.

He met all day Friday and Saturday with negotiators for the Police and the city after ordering police spokesmen to appear at

' the fact finding sessions. Mark Reid, a union spokesman

for the police, had first refused the arbitration process, contend­ing the city council , not city management, s hould be in­volv~. But Thomas overruled Reid and ordered the closed hearings at city hall.

Thomas has not revealed his recommendation and will not re· veal it until he meets with the ci­ty council during tonight's special 7 o clock session.

A s trike vote is scheduled Thursday if policemen don't re· ach a settlement. Officers re­Portedly have begun a work s low down already.

Detective Ray Hattebaugh, a director of the police association and o n e of the contr·act

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Skydiver Killed SHERIDAN, Ore. (UPI)

• Skydive r James Carter , 31. Tigard, Ore., cut away from bis main parachute Sunday and tried unsuccessfully to open his auxiliary one. He plunged to his death. •

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Mostly sunny Tuesday but low clouds and fog late night and morning hours. High in middle 70s, low near60.

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airfVlds by commerdol .and private plane• ii ftOC uncom~ mon. ocrou Ute contrv - but it'• . a compl.n buiMai. See P.ogeA12.

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OAJlYPtLOT s Monday. JUM 30. 1975

Prom Wire Senkes direetly due to the $1 per barrel day," be predlcted. " If a con· -CHICAGO - Guollne prices oll tmp>rt tax imposed Ju.ne 1 by sumer doe&n't have a tank ot aas e Jump three to nve cents per. President Ford. He tald hi,cher by mldntrht, he'• mllHd U.. iialkift Tuesday, making the last eo1ts of Mideast crude oil are a party." .. _e in the 20th century that a second factor contributing to the The coat spiral probably will

mand bu deaten bOl>ina to hike lll'Oftt martim; which bAve Suf· fered durtn1 recent mo11tba because ot 1a11ln1 sales.

puts and has probablY averted apot shortages during the sum· mer mootbl," Hqoaald.

to between 70 cents to 75 cents by 1976 • .

PJ1on ot r.eautar 1asoU.ne wUl hike. be1in before the Fourth ol July llpll ara-.Yera1e of less tban 60 Tbe editor predicted smaller weekend a 1 most m aJ of · Cfll\U in Illinois, an oil and gas monthly price increuea would petroleum com antes an to an·

Altbouab many petroleum companl• tnenaaed production lut wMlc. tbe addlUooal supplies won't ott1et UM recent im rt tax Ol tt a barrel and es ,res reap profit.a from the additional de­mand, Hugo said. .

Major rellneu bad been Ol)traUna at about 80 .....-nt capacity. partly in protest of complex of Federal EnerJY Ad~ muuatratlon guidelines. which: petri) eum compamercomptatn

One private com~ ~ bu informed Huao ·~ ol ita lbtenUon to rai1e prietS aad be predicted that othen wtU follow.

''There will be a real ~elu,e of ~hike annevneemeatt ht-tile next few days,,. he said. "Maybe a cooaumer should 1et a can ar-a thimble fUll of 1al0Une, juat for

-aatbotity11redtrts. -followthe oneheex go m=--nounce Uie price ncreue, 1ila The prediction was made bY' to effect Tuesday. He said he saw Hugo.

Herbert Hugo, senior editor of nothing ahead in 1975 that could Hugo said ln an interview that Platt's Oilgram. Hugo said part brina a price cut. drivers have foregone fears of ol the increase - l~ cents - is " June 30 may be a historic gasoline•abortages and the de-

Topless Ban 'Probably Illegal' '

WASHINGTON (UPI) - The V.S. Supreme Court indicated to­day t.bat local ordinances ban·

..Jling topless dancing in all public places probabfy are unconstitu­tional.

But the justices stopped short of permanently striktng down such a law in North Hempstead, N.Y .• holding instead that .two

.tavern owners were not barred s.from seeking to have the law ~lared unconstitutional in the ifederal courts so long as state criminal charges were not pend­ing against them.

The unanimous decision mere· Jy sustained a preliminary in· junction which prevents the town from enforcing the topless or­dinance until the lower courts de· cide whether to strike down the law permanently.

Justice William H. Rehnquist said for the court that a district •court was correct in finding that -the North Hempstead law ban­ning topless females from " all public places•• probably is un· constitutional.

But he said such \.ruling was sustained only for purposes of a preliminary injunction, and that the Supreme Court was not rul· ing on the ul,timate merits.

The decision m eans that North Hempstead can still attempt to argue the law is constitutional, although the high court indicated it might later strike down such a law permanently.

Rehnquist said states and localities could have the power to ban nude dancing in bars under their obliiation to regulate the sale of liquor undrer the 21st Amendment.

But the North Hempstea~law iorbids n udity in all public places, and Rehnquist said such a broadly appU-~aQC~pro· bably infringes on First j\.mend­ment rights to free expr~ion.

STRIKE ... negotiators, said off.duty officers have been urged to attend tonight's meeting at city council chambers.

" The council will be calling shots," he said. "Depending on what action the council takes, you might see some spontaneous action by the officers. lt could be interesting."

Roberts' services in arbitra­tion were provided through the American Arbitration Associa· lion, though his fee is paid by · both sides involved.

Jlikes Proposed WASHINGT·ON (AP)

Congress should consider provid· fog cost·of -living increases in Sod a 1 Security benefits

l?.'henever the consumer price in· ~ex rises by 3 percent or more, Sf.he Senate Committee on Aging lfays. The proposal was con· d-ained in a majority report is-111ued by the panel Sunday.

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They'll Keep the Raft John Pike and Jennifer Fairfax-Ross show newsmen the rubber raft in which they lived for three days after Pike 's yacht sank off the coast of Haiti. The pair were rescued and returned to Port Everglades, Fla. Miss Fairf ax·Ross says the raft will be part of their living room furniture after their marriage.

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Robb~ry Suspect Nabbed in Oregon Fugitive Floyd C. Forsberg,

chareed with helping pull the largest bank robbery in U.S. his· tory along with two former Newport Bea<:h men, was cap· tured in Bend, Ore .• Sunday by FBI agents. He had escaped jail two months ago in Reno, Nev. where he awaited trial. .

Forsberg, 33, and his 54-year· old wife DeEtta, were taken into custody when a team of FBI men Sl?lashed through the door of their room at the Bend Riverside Motel early Sunday.

A third person, Clark Gable Timmons, 30, was arrested with the Forsbergs on a San Diego ar· rest warrant charging unlawful flight to avoid prosecution on a dangerous drug charge.

Forsberg will be returned im· mediately to Reno, where he broke out of the Washoe County Jail just over two months ago.

He is accused of participation in the Sept. 27 holdup with two other bandits of the First Na· tional Bank of Nevada, in which $1.44 million was stolen.

A large portion of the huge haul spirited away during noise of the annual Shriners' Parade through Reno streets has since been re· covered.

Curtis R. Michelsen, 36, who occupied a home on Bruce Cres· cent Circle in West Newport where most of the recovered loot was found pleaded guilty June 2 on a federal armed robbery charge. ·

The suspect arrested with him, Edward T. Malone, 50, who lived in an apartment on Seashore Drive in West Newport, pleaded innocent and was aequitted June 10 of bank robbery charges by a jury that said the prosecution failed to support Its allegations.

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12, Raped PHILADELPHIA CAP>

Police have char1ed a Pblladelpbia man with raplna a U-year-old VJetnameee retuaee airl on ber way home from church.

Robert Woodson. a., wu ar­rested .Sunday after he was seen runntns from a earage WbeN tbe unidenuned prl was found unconactou1, pollc. sald. The itrl wa1 t,..ated for a mJld concuulon and wu released ftom Pblladelpbia General lbpital .

Woodson w H eharfed with r•• ••(r'avated ... ult, lncle· cent ... ault. corruption ot tbe moral.I ol a mJnor and l'IUltlnc arre.t.

Malone and Michelsen were ar· rested outside a friend 's Newport Beach apartment about two months after the big Reno heist. ·

The raid on the motel suite OC· cupied by the Forabergs and Timmons occurred during pre· dawn hours Sunday, after others in nearby rooms had been

· evacuated in case of a gunfight. Authorities said Mrs .

Forsberg, who already faced charges of harboring a fugitive as a result of her hus~and's cap. lure in Oregon after the bank rob­be ry, now faces additional counts.

She was charged upon arrest with a new count of harboring a fugitive, plus perjury, receiving and concealing stolen bank bo.nds and bond def a ult.

Investigators said the last charge stemmed from her al· legedly jumping bail while await· ing trial following her earlier ar· rest.

Forsberg is held in Multnomah, Ore., County Jail pending transfer to Reno and trial that could send him back to federal prison for 20 years, the sentence given Michelsen.

Five Una . Mutilated

COUNCIL, Idaho (UPI) Adams County Sheriff Jim Hileman ls searching for the " weirdo or nut" who killed and mutilated five cows by severing their sexual organs, udders and tongues.

Deputies from Adams and Valley counUes closed an elabt­mile area 40 miles north ol here during the weekend in °0l'Mr to check everyone coming and 10-ing."

ZooA.nimah Slaughtered

SYRACUSE, N.Y. CAP> - More than two dOlen small anim•lt were clubbed to death or had their neckl broken ln UMt children'• 1en.fon of tbe Burnet Park Zoo, IGO ol· ftciala aald today.

A peaco*ck, swnea pill. rabbits, 1ee1e and a r009'-i' wen ••Gal animals fCMmd Mad by IOO Jc~ arriviaf for ~ today, aceordlnt to 900 director Jack Oray .

"The national spoWght forced the companies to boost their out-

U.S. Drops N-power, Eyes Sun WASHINGTON (UPl)-In a

abarp retreat from past em· pbasis on the atom, federal energy officials today formally abandoned the nuclear breeder reactor as a major power source for this century and raised solar power research to unprecedented prominence.

Delivering a 25·year research blueprint to Congress and Presi· dent Ford, officials hastened to note that the basic energy costs in the United States are likely to double by tbe year 2000 no matter what technology is developed for the future.

An~ Ford also cautioned that .energy sufficiency is still a long way off.

The research plan prepJU'ed by the Energy Research and Development Administration asked for a $71.4 million reduc· lion in funding next year for the controversial breeder.

Dr. Robert C. Seamans Jr., • bead of ERDA, said the funding

reduction was requested because the breeder program is being slowed down to allow a manage­ment reorganization and a new B1H11ment of environmental im· pact.

In part, he said, more informa­tion is needed a bout potential medical effect of plutonium -the deadly fuel the breeder uses an~ produces,.

Man, 22, Killed YERMO <UPI) - A 22·year·

old Redondo Beach man standing in front of his d isabled car was killed Sunday when an out of con· trol motor home crashed into the rear of the vehicle. Adrian N. Fronk was pronounced dead on arrival at Barstow Community Hoepital.

. hamper profits. Huso estimated that gasoline ·

would j&am'p from its preaent average of about 60 cents a gallon

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Motel Sex Films I

Skirted by Court WASHINGTON (AP) - The

U.S . Supreme Court today declined to consider whether the constitutional right of privacy protects the exhibition and view· ing of sex films in a motel room.

The court let s tand the convic· lion of Albert Joseph Antico. owner of the Hollywoodland Motel in North Hollywood, on a charge of showing an obscene film .

Antico was found guilty by a jury in Los Angeles Municipal Court on Aug. 10, 1973. His con· viction was upheld by the AP· pellate Department of the

Woman Drowns AVALON (UPI) - Terry

Stacy-liaryded, 40, of Hollywood was killed Saturday when she fell

· off a pleasure ·boat near Catalina Island.

Superior Court. Antico's attorney said 25 rooms

of the 60 · room motel are equipped with closed circuit television on which sex films could be viewed. The occupants can view films in their rooms by means of equipment located in the manager 's apartment.

'·The system was hooked up to a room only when the room was rented by someone who request. ed the films," attorney Paul J. Crum told the court.

''There is a big difference between the indiscriminate dis· tribution of obsceni.ty to the public and the exhibition of films to persons requesting the films to be shown to them via closed· circuit television in the privacy of a motel room, " said Crum.

··A motel room is entitied to the same protection and .considera· tion as afforded to a home," he added.

'No You Don't Jilted Girl Halts Wedding

ORLANDO, Fla. (UPI) - John Gatewood was about to say "I do" to his bride when a jilted ex­girlfriend came rwming down the aisle yelling, ''Oh, no you don 't! "

The unidentified woman voiced her objections Saturday when the Rev. J .W. Toomer routinely asked if any person in the Shiloh Baptist Church objected to Gatewood 's marriage to Carolyn Justice.

· A shoving match ensued and the flowers were knocked off the altar_ Someone finally summoned police who took the girl aside for questioning.

" She just· s aid she didn't feel the gir l (Gatewood was marrying> loved him. She wanted to make her objections• known so she stood up when the minister asked, " said police officer Jim Lee.

The woman left when asked to do so. The wedding then continued without further incident.

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" YOUR HANDWRITING CAN GIVE YOU INSIGHT INTO THE REAL YOU"

These are the words of noted -Graphology expert C. E. Bower. He will be at Mariners Savings to give ~ou a Free Handwriting Analysis.

ou could find the " Real You" ~ust by writing a simple sentence. 1t s a

. pleasant experience and could be helpful.

Professor Bower has worked on a consulting basis for. Government · and Industry. and now will give you his p~rsonal attention. ·

They're Seeing Red Angela Davis chats with Gus Hall, general secretary of the Communist Party USA, on the rostrum of Chicago's International Am-

phitheater during the finale of the Com­munist Party's four-day national conven­tion. Both were speakers at the session.

Border Patrol C1Jrhed Supr~me Cof:lrl Outl~s Searches at Will

WASHINGTON CAP) - The Supreme Court today further restricted the power of the Border Patrol to s lop and search automobiles near lhe Mexican border.

In two unanimous rulings, the court held :

- The government may not s top vehicles in the border area at will , but must have reason to suspect that the vehicle contains aliens who are in the cowitry ii· legally.

ment's argument that patrol of­ficers should be permitted to stop cars under such circ*mstances and spelled out rules Wlder which such stops may be made.

" Because of the governmental interest at stake, the minimal in· trusion of a brief stop, and the absence of practical alternatives for policing the border, we hold that when an officer's observa­tions lead him reasonably to sus­pect that a particular vehicle may contain aliens who are ii· legally in the country, he may stop the car briefly and in­vestigate the circ*mstances that

provoke s us picion," Powell wrote.

"The oUicer may question the driver and passengers about their citizenship and immigra­tion status, and he may ask them to explain s u s pi cio u s circ*mstances, but any further detention or search must be based on consent or probable cause."

The Fourth Amendment lo the Constitution requires that an of­ficer must have probable cause· that a crime has been committed before he can conduct a search or seize evidence.

· - The court 's ruling in 1973 that warrantless searches con­ducted by roving patrol.s who did not have probable cause to believe that aliens were present applies also to fixed check points not actually on the border or its " functional equivalent."

Under previous rulings of the court a check point is regarded as the functional equivalent of a border if its location is such as to give reasonable assurance that all pass ing veh icles bad recently crossed an international boun­dary.

Police Seize Pair In Big Crime Spree

The decision on the power to stop vehicles came in the case o! F elix Humberto Brignoni-Ponce, who was stoppe d by roving border patrol agents on March 11, 1973, about four miles south or San Clemente. ~l'ter a search, be was arrested a nd later convicted. .oCtransporting ill egal aliens.

The U.S. circuit court in San Francisco reversed the 1 convk· tion. The Supreme Court upheld the circuit court ruling. .

The court said the only reason for s topping Brignoni-Ponce's car was that its occupants ap­peared to be of ..a.fexican an· cestry. · " We cannot conclude that this furnished reasonabl~ grounds to believe that the three occupants were aliens," Justice Lewis F. Powell Jr. said for the court. " At best the officers had only a fleet­ing glimpse of the persons in the moving car, illuminated by headlights."

The court rejected the govern·

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RUSSELL, Kan. (AP) - A four-state crime spree that police say included two shootings, the abduction or five or six people and a possible armed robbery ended at a roadblock here early todC!)'.

Highway patrolmen and local officers said they found seven people including three members of a Colorado family and two Omaha woman abducted earlier , in a car stopped just outside Russell.

Police took two of the car's oc· cupants into custody. They were not identified . Officers said they would be charged later in the day.

Officers said the suspects ab­ducted the Omaha women early Sunday from a park in Council Bluffs, Iowa, after wounding two men with the women there. The three members or the Colorado family were abducted at gun­point from a roadside park near Wakeeney. Kan., 58 miles west of here, officers said.

Authorities said a service sta-

Supre me Court Rules

Defendant' Can Act As Own Attorney

WASHI NGTON (UPI) - The else may be said of those who U.S. Supreme Court ruled 6 to J wrote the Bill of Rights, surely today that a defendant has a con- there can be no doubt that they stitutional right to act as his own understood the inestimable attorney in a criminal case. worth of free choice."

The decision came on appeal The opinion r ecognized that when an accused manages his

by Anthony Pasquale Farella, own defense he relinquishes convicted of grand theft after a many of the traditional benefits jury trial in Los Angeles County associated with the ri~ht to Superior Court. counsel. But it noted that F%1rei·

The judge at first agreed to let ·ta " clearly and unequivocally Farella represent himself at th• declared to the trial judge that he tri a 1 but. 1 a t e r withdrew wanted to represent himself and permission and a ppointed the did not want counsel." public defender as defense at· The record shows Faretta as torney. " literate, competent, and un·

Farella was sentenced to 10 derstanding, and he was volun-years in prison as the law pre-· tarily exercising his informed scribes, but bas since been freewill ," Stewart said. paroled. . . . . l'h• judgment.oUbe. cali!omia

Justice P.otter 'Stewart, who Court of Appeal was vacated and sPoke for the majority, said the the case sent ba ck there for constituUonal iasue ls not an easy turtber proceedings. one. Dis&enters were Chief .Justice

" The question ls whether a Warren E . Buraer and Just.ices st-ate may conaUlutionally hall a Harry A. Blackmun and William peraon into its criminal court.a ff. Rehnquiat. and there force a lawyer upon · Burger said the dedsloo ls him. even when he lnllst.s that be another example of "the judicial wants to conduct bis own de- tendency to constitutionallze

· ..1 wh· • ' · thou"bt. '1ood'." _ feose." Stewart 1atu. _._ • " It t. one th1ni to bold that ''There i1 nothlDI desirable or

every defendant . rtcb or po«, uaeful tn permitting every ac· .bu the right to uslstaace ol cuaed person, even the mOlt. UD· counael, and quite another to say educated and inexperienced. to that a 1tale may compel a delen· lnal1t upon conducting his own dant to •ccepl • lawyer be doel delense lo criminal charges,'' not want," the opinlon iald.. the cfifetjustte-e-.1td.

"The value of 1t-ai.~ , " There la no constitutional counsel was not unappttel•ld bu11 for the court'• holdln& •nd by tht rounden , )'el U. notion Of ll can ODJy add t.q lbe probleMI ol ~pulsorJ coun~el _...utterly n r•lready m alfunctlonlnl

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t ion attendant victimized in an armed robbery earlier in the day at Quinter, Kan., 20 miles west of Wakeeney, was found locked in the trunk of a car at the roadside park from which the Colorado family was abducted.

Don Rueschhoff, a highway patrolman, said be and Russell police officer Greg Clark stopped the speeding car on Interstate.70 about 4 a .m . after getting word of lhe incident. Patrol cars then forced the suspects' vehicle off the road .

The trooper said one man and the two women were in the front seat and the second man and the Colorado family were in the back .

Rueschhoff sa id the two of· fered no resistance once they were forced off the road.

There were indications the men had crossed Nebraska into Colorado, then doubled back throug h northwest Kansas, whe r e the apprehension oc · curred, officers said.

The men wounded in Council Bluffs were identified as Pat Moore, 22, and Dennis Croghan, 21, both of Council Blu!fs. Moore was treated at a hospital for a knee wound and released and Croghan, shot in the back, was reported in satisfacto~ condi­tion in an Omaha hospital.

Police said the two armed men approached Moore, Croghan and the two women who were in a car in the park, took wallets and car keys and tried lo force the two men to jump off a n incline.

Police sa id the men refused and the suspects shot Croghan. Moore jumped but was wounded in the knee.

Tiro Lutheran Factions Set

For S~ LOS ANGELES CAPl -Fireworks are expect ed

between competing factions when the Luther an Church-Missouri Synod begins its bjennial conven-tion July 4 in Anaheim. .

Most ·or · uuf $2.8 mttllon; membe r church a re con-. servatives, and they have ac­cused the moderates o! playing fast and loose with the Bible scriptures.

In a newsletter sent out here in the week befo.re the convention, the moderates say they hope t.hlngs can be patched up.

" We pray for ~econcilh1ticl0, for love, not I••:• the newsletter aays. " If 'moderates' are invited to leave, ll will not be their own choice, but that of others. We love our brothers. We love our f ellowahip.''

But on. conservative leader, the Rev. Ralph A. Bohlmann ol lbe Concordia SeiJiinary ln St. Lou11, bAll sald. " It ii better to be divided for the aake ol &nlUl than to be united ln eiTor."

Mondey. June 30. 1975 DAIL V PtLOT .11

New County Law .

S1nog Radios 'On' BJ W UAM SCRBEIBER .. ~ ..........

April 1 tbe legal deadline for more than ,000 major poten· tlal air pollute a in Oran~e Coun­ty mclud.lllg b s inesses, cities, in· 1IW1tries, schools and hospitals, to install special emergency smog alert radios at a cost or about $200 each. .

With that deadline now almost three months past , only about 50 percent have either purchased the unit• or tuned other available receivers - such as city police

• radi08 - to the pollution alert frequency.

Edward Camarena, deputy air pollution control officer, said in an interview he has gotten " some flak" over the radim, which are part of a comprehensive pollu· lion control plan adopted last year by the County Board of Supervisors.

He said most of the identified potential smog sources in the county have either complied witb the legal requirements- includ­ing radio installation - or are working with the county APCD to iron out difficulties and objec­tions.

But at least one, the city of San Clemente, has vehemently ob· jected to both the radio alert pro­gram and a requirement that an emergency plan be drafted telling the APCD what will be done during a crisis to reduce smog from that source.

San Clemente Mayor Thomas O'Keefe s aid there is more in­volved than s imple objections to~ the plan preparation and the radios.

· ' T h e co n cept th a t Sa n Clemente is a major polluter is totally false," he said. " Plans that have been prepared so far by other s o-calle d sources have been adventures with AliJ!e in Wonderland."

" They are j us t a lot of bureaucratic g ibberish that are in many respect s se lf­de feating ,'' 0 'Keefe added. ''Somebody's got to draw the line at these complex laws and red tape."

Camarena said he is maintain­ing a flexible posture with the ci · ty and other identified polluters that haven 't completed plans or installed the radios, which cost between $175 and $250.

He argues tha t the system as a whole, with the radfo alert network as a part , will work and be another step toward reducing air pollution, particularly when it is wors t.

' 'Major pollution sources that meet the specific criteria in s tate and federal episode regulations must prepare emergency plans a nd in s tall th e radios , " Camarena said . " We must be prepared even though we hope it will never be used ."

He said recently publicized changes in the emergency smog episode rules by the state Air Resources Board (ARB) didn't eliminate•he two key require­ments - plans ~nd r adios.

In effect, the radios act is the t rigger in a chain of events aimed at averting critical smog levels. _ . _ · -·- .. -

The network of radios is de­signed to receive smog alert warnings the da y before an emergency level of pollution is forecast. The s ign a l is transmitted from Los Angeles, which has a network capable of serving both counties.

Camarena sa id the one-day notice concept was written into the regulations at the request of businesses that might be re­quired by law to curtail opera­tions, arrange employe carpools or even shut down if the smog is bad enough.

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PAT BLACKKETER WITH DAILY PILOT SMOG RADIO Most County 'Polluters' Complying With New Law

The A PCD official stressed that the more drastic steps such as business and industry closure would only occur in critical smog episodes and even then are not mandatory if easier alternative abatement measures can be used.

The APCD has divided the county into six "source receptor areas," which can be alerted in­dividually if the pollution level is higher in one area than others.

" It is far s impler for us to use a radio network for the notification than phoning all these sources in­di vid ua lly or sending tele · grams," Cam arena said.

With the exception of one first stage smog a lert (thf: least serious of three episode levels) in the north part of the county, Camarena said the network has not been used except in regular, weekly tests. . The pollutfon control officer said he regrets the negative feed­back from business and industry on the regulations, but he said he is merely carrying out mandates from higher levels of (Overn· ment.

He said the federal Environ­mental Protection Agency, in en­forcing the Clean Air Act of 1970, told state governments they must implement whatever pollution control programs were necessary to meet certain strict air quality standards.

The state in turn, through the Air Resources Board, told local .air pollution control agencies to prepare r egulations based on a set of loose guidelines.

Camarena sa id the emergency smog alert radios and pollution control plan are definitely re­quired by law despite recent con· flicts between the ARB and the federal EPA over how best to en­force smog control regulations in the event o f an emergency episode.

The ARB has contended the mandatory closures of businesses and industries would be disrup­tive but the EPA claims that would be the best way lo reduce smog in a critica l s ituation.

Camarena said many of the re­g ul at ion s overlap but a particular business, city, in­dustry or other operation need only meet one to be class ified as a major s t ationary pollution source.

The regulations also define generally the s teps that should be taken at each s tage of a pollution emergency, ranging from volun­tary cutbacks in pollution at s tage one to m andatory, enforced cutbacks at the critical third stage.

Theoretically, Camarena said, major polluters who fail to meet the requirements are subject to a misdemeanor penalty of $500 fine per violation.

He noted that before any of the more drastic s tage two or three actions are taken, an emergency panel comprised of citizens, busi­nessmen a nd govenrment of­ficials ·meets and makes a re­commendation to count)' supervisors. who must make the fmal determination.

The protess ..,ould usually lake about two or three hours following the initial smog forecast for the following day, which comes into the APCDatll a.m.

Camarena said the APCDs in the six-county South Coast Air Basin got together and drafted the regulations t hat are now be­ing applied. They were adopted by Orange County supervisors last year .

Among other things, the rules a nd regulations establish 22 c lasses of major pollution· sources ranging from asphalt plants and oil refineries to gov­ernment agencies with 100 or more employes.

The forecas t is usually updated at 2 p.m ., Camarena said, and a decis ion would follow s hortly after that as to what steps had to betaken to alleviate the problem.

The pollution officer admitted that there have been problems with the regulations and will pro­bably be more. He said his office is trying to be flexible and work with people who have special pro­blems in complying with the rules.

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Riding The Wild Surf sv•rs VP DEPT. - Uyou're

in need of idlinc away a sunny summer afternoon, try it at mov. ie actor Slim Sumerville's old atome clown on Sleepy Hollow Lane in Laguna Beach. You mi&bt putlcularly eltjoy the free floorabow.

Sumerville, the old·lime come­dian. ii JcJas iooe now, ot course, but his bome remainl on Sleepy Hollow Lane w itb a spacious, glused-in deck looking down from tbe blulf to the beach and aeabeyond.

The place is now a n!Staurant, known as the Beach House, where you may sample J>()Ulbles and dine as the late afternoon slant pl summer sun dapples the Pacific.

AS YUU Jl(l;P08K upon the sunny deck, the free floor show is particularly entertaining. This is provided by board surfers out in the water. Sleepy Hollow Beach is a favored spot among the Art Colony's board riders. It is known to the surfing set simply as "Sleepy."

So it was this last Sunday after· noon as you rest yoursel! upon Slim Sumerville 's old front porch and gaze down upon fairly good surf where two young men in black wetsuits appear to be try. ing to kill each other.

HEBE THEY WOVLD come; s weeping off a hefty wave, boards only inches apart on near· collision course, rocketing toward the beach. They drew oohs and aahs from the care crowd.

"Crazy," I muttered. "They'll never survive the aften>.oon."

Then I made a closer inspec­tion of the two afternoon enter· tainers. My jaw dropped a bit.

The derring·do duo were my two sons.

There is nothing like a little .Sunday afternoon relaxation while watching your offspring trying to eliminate each other . .it's enough to make you swallow an ice cube.

Elder ·Son was getting some ~lid rides despite bis handicap. )lis affliction is callee! wort. This cuts into surfing practice in drastic manner.

Middle Son works too but .somehow manages to squeeze in .about four hours surfing practice each day, 365 days a year. ~

. THUS THE TWO ol them kept . at it. Elder Son drew gasps from :the cafe assembly when he ;roared through a churning surge :W wave and froth and somehow ~managed to r emain upright and ;in one piece. • Meanwhile a huge surge of :water was rising on the horizon :'""with Middle Son, somehow, pad· : dling his board at full steam : below it and parallel to the rising breaker. At the last instant he

•pivoted, caught the wave and :swept shoreward to the delight of everybody around me. Some peo.. ple even came to their feet. I was

. one of tht"m. : ••wow! THOSE TWO are real· -lY wild men," the patron seated :next lo me exclaimed. :. " They ' r e mine,'' I sa id ; weakly. . Now his jaw dropped. "ln­· ~redible," he said. " You mean t.'they're yours? Your sons out -l.there? Incredible." l " Well, " 1 said defensively,

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Father Hurls 2 : Gir"ls-5 Stories NEW YORK CAP)-In April 1973, 4-year-old Pamela Min·

free and her 2-.year-old sister Michelle were thrown through the ~ of tb_eJr B:rooklyn tenement by their father. They sur­vived and tbe1r fat.her, Herman White, went to prison.

On Saturday. White, 30, on weekend furlough from Manhat. tan'.' Bayview Corr«tional Facility, went to the Brooklyn home ot bi.I common-law wife. Police said be seized the girls, took them to the root of an apartment building, and burled them five sl9ries to the pavement below.

PAMELA AND lllCllELLE, now 6 and 4, survived the latest assault but were reported in critical cooditioo today at Kings County Hospital. In the incident two years ago. Michelle suffered a broten leg and Pamela was not seriously injured in their three­story I alls.

'Jbe girls' mother, Pauline Winfree, told police White had vis­ited her earlier and convinced her to let him take the girls shop­ping. He did so and returned about two hours later. . About 8 p .m .• White came back while the girls were playing m front ol the house. He allegedly grabbed the girls as the mother watched from a window, and announced be was going to throw them off the highest root he could find.

Police said be then took them to a building four blocks away and threw them over the ledge.

Yoga Instructor Dies Mysteriously

ANN ~RBOR, Mich. (AP>­Doctors are looking to studies of meditation in India for possible clues to the unexplained death of a young Ann Arbor yoga instruc· tor.

Robert Antosczcyk, 29, was found dead in his room June 3 in a meditation position. Pathologists at University Hospital and the Washtenaw County Medical Ex· aminer's Office could find no re· ason why Antosczcyk died.

Some of the young man 's friends believe Antosczcyk de· cided not to return to his body because his soul found a better life.

A VEGETARIAN who jogged , weightlifte d and practiced karate, Antosczcyk was in ex· cellent health, according to friends and his mot.her, Lillian Antosczcyk of Detroit.

Final toxological studies are

being done at a Lansing laboratory. Meanwhile, doctors a re inves tigating meditation slates.

University of Michigan pathologist Dr. Paul Gikas said he is examining medical re­search on Indian mystics for clues · into Antosczcyk's death. Gikas says Antosczcyk may have been in such a deep trance as he meditated that he slowed down his heart, so his brain couldn 't gel sufficient blood and be died.

• "THE INDIAN scientists I

have consulted tell me that this Corm of meditation can be very dangerous if the person does not know what he is doing, " Gikas said.

" There have been e lec­trocardiographic studies done on Indian yogis when they were in a transcendental s tate," Gikas said. ·

Reagan Believes MlAs Still Alive

SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (AP) -A few of the United Slates' men listing as missing in action <MIA) in Southeast Asis pro­bably are still alive, former California Gov. Ronald Reagan says.

" I know undoubtedly that a great many carried as MIA must be dead. But I think it would be foolish to say this must be 100 percent.'' Reagan said while al· tending the first annual reunion of returned prisoners of war <POW> last weekend.

REAGAN SAID past actions by Communists show they probably are not telling the truth about United Stales MIAs.

He added that since J apanese soldiers have been found still fighting World War JI 30 years after it ended, it's possible that United Slates MI As are still alive in Vietnam.

At a dinner attended by 180 former POWs and their wives Saturday night, Reagan said, " I. for one, intend to continue de­manding that our government

make as a quid pro quo, in any dealings with the Communists whatsoever, a full accounting of ourMIA's .' '

HE SAID HANOI and the Viet Cong had promised several times to assist in locating United States MIAs, but that they kept adding new conditions.

Reagan said that Vietnam is a shame to the United States, " more than any other single event in its history."

Daily Piiot Deti•ery l1G11•..teed

Monday-Friday: If you do not have your pape< by 5:30 p m , call befOfe 7 p.m. 1nd your copy will be de­llV9fed.

s.turday and Sunday: If yoo do not receive Your copy by 9 am SatuT· day. 0< 8 a.m Sunday. cal l befOfe 10 a.m. Ind your copy will be delivered.

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011e Mere Tlme1 .,.,.... Sen. George S. McGovern who lost by landslide in 1972' has asked some of his sup: porters if he s hould run again in 1976. '

U.S. Warning Urged With IUD Devices

WASHINGTON (A P ) -Special warning notices are be· ing proposed by the Food and Drug Adminis tration for in­trauterine contraceptive devices in the wake of 43 known IUD deaths.

The proposal calls for uniform l~beling that would advise physi· c 1an s to ex amine patients carefully beforehand, explain in­sertion and removal techniques and describe adverse reactions or problems to look for.

They a lso would give results from clinical trials on rates of pregnancy, expulsion and re­asons and frequency of removal.

.BEIRUT (UPI) - Fierce rocket. mortar and macblne run rw terrorised Belnit for tbe eilbUa COGMcutive day today and a number or Americans and other torelpen began moving their families out of the dty.

Sbells be1an cra1hlni into apartment houses and ltOl"el J.Dd Belrut radio warned ct~ that the enUtt city bad become a fiibtinf zone. It said snipers bave befun firing on ambulances and fire enctnes.

A SPOKESMAN for the U.S. Embassy said there were no plans at the moment for a mass evacuation despite the bloodshed tbat bas closed banks. schools and stores but said. " we have permanent plans which we have dusted off and looked at. "

Police estimates put the casualty toll at more than 125 de· ad and 450 wounded as street bat· tles between rival political f ac· lions entered their second week. The total count since the fighting first broke out stood at 1,500 dead and injured. Casua~es were expected to

run much higher by the time the day is out. A frightened resident of Ashrafieh, a suburb south of the city center where fight.irlg has been heaviest, said mortars and rockets were crashing into apart· menl buildings and storefronts at the rate of one per minute.

" WE COULD NOT SLEEP all night from the explosions and rockets," said a scared resident

.of Beirut's Ain Rummaneh sub­urb. " We are trapped at ho· me . . . and we are short or food: It is a n other Stalingrad here ... If this is not hell, I don't know whatis."

Beirut radio said all roads in the capital and its environs were " unsafe" and warned citizens to stay offthem.

At least a dozen bomb blasts rocked the city during the early

lean ·attention

morninc. dama1lnf • aebool bullc:UJia~ a cbu~ ~ of 1bope and CUI lfHfDc an-dosenl of tires.

Premter·de1i1nate RHhl4 Karami 1ald Sunday be bad reached afreement wltb Lebanon'• warrlns pu:ties • a new 1ovemment bat tbere wu no letup ln the ll•bU..

IN ANOTHE& Jlideut de· velopment, Israeli reports laid lodJY Presidenl Ford bed liven. Israel what amounted to an ul­timatum in the current Mlddle East peace negotiations - ac­cept Egypt's conditiom for an in­terim agreement or 101e American support at a reeon­vened Geneva peaceconfennce.

Sources close to the !'.o'PUan government said today bl Cairo that Egypt has rejec.'led Israeli proposals for a second-stage dis· engagement agreement on the Sinai front and that the Etyptian position bas the support ot the United States.

Mob Mmils Baby Whtile MIAMI BEACH CAP) -

Lifeguards say that weekend swi mmera mauled a sick baby whale that they thought was .a man·eating shark .

City lifeguards said the 10-foot -long baby whale was sighted in shallow water trying to beach itself Saturday at Miami Beach.

When the animal drifted close to s hore , it was mobbed, pulled from the water and slabbed with the sharp end of an umbrella by one man until a lifeguard screamed at him to stop.

Start by walking into a State Mutual Savings off1ce.

savings accounts from 5.25% to 7.75%~

You're going to wonder what you did right The tellers, new accounts people and branch ffidnager are quickly avdildble. People smile. And they get things done for you.

There's a reason. We pay attention. Everyone at State Mutual

Savings IS weanng a "We Pay Attenllon" button. And we mean it.

We hAve sue chflerent

'"Er ... ah ... I onlr deposited SSO &t State Mutual S .. ln;.. Are you aur• you bu• the right penon?"

We'll help you select the S<!vi.ngs program that's right for you.

And we're going to give you extra special services. Free. Like money orders, traveller's checks, notary public and save-by-mail. Plus many other free services with minimum deposit.

When you come in, we'll have an '1 Need Attention" button for you. Free.

It all goes to show you: State Mutual Savings is different.

We pay more than interest. We pay attention.

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Certificate of Attention June 30, July~ 2 &: 3, 9 ·4 p. m. Di1play of documented authentic Hop!, Zuni and Nua.JQ,

Indian jewelry of turquoise, coral and mother of pearl. Register lor frM prt&M.

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Man Killed •

By Officer . . LOS ANGELES CAP) - A veteran police of.

f1cer accide~tally shot. and killed a motorist who was attempting to run hJm down in heavy traftic -OUtsi~ a J1mlmecrffoltywood Bowl 'l'Gek coircer . authonties said. '

Police Lt. C. A. Higby · said Ran~all W. M ilcs, 22, ( 1

o.f Los Anaeles was killed S tate Sunday by a single shot . fired inadvertently by of- -------­lfcer Gerald Bender, a 22-year police veteran

Two of Niles' companions Roger Rocky~oore 18, and Calvin D. Lewis, 22, both of Los Angeles' were arrested while attempting to flee. They wer~ booked on narcotics charges , Higby said.

C'11cH•t• Protest ffel•et Lo.., . • LOS .ANGELES <UPI) - Alfout a 000

motorcychsts - ranging from family l?OUpS to members of so-called outlaw motorcycle sangs -:rode down Los Angeles streets and freeways Sun· day to protest a law requiring cyclists to wear crash helmets. ··

~olice sai~· the " ride-in" caused only minor· traffic congesllon and there were no incidents. A. spokesman for the protesters said the rally was

· ' )>art of a nationwide protest involving up to 250,000 • persons.

Fire C'o...a 8300,000 Lo•• SAN -':RANCISCO (AP) - A four-alarm fire

. caused an estimated $300,000 damage to historic St. , Anthony's Catholic Church - reducing the 81-year­. Qld wooden building on Army Street to steaming · ruins behind its brick facade. : The lire started !rom an unknown cause just · before 3 a.m. Sund• y, and 162 'firemen using seven. . engines battled it for more than an hour before

declaring it controlled. One fu-eman and two of the · hundreds · of spectators who assembled were treated · forminorinj\;lries.

: Long Beach t'lcti• Identified : VICTORVILLE <UPI) - Sheriff's detectives ; ~nday, id~ntified the body found last week dumped

in a miner s shack about 35 miles northeast or here. : Carl .Saal, 37 , of Long Beach was identified : through fingerprints . Deputies said the cause of de­: ath was under. investigation but that Saal was ap­: parently murdered then dumped in the shack. . .

!Terrorists Bomb ;2 Luxury Hornes ! PIEDMONT CAP) -:Firebombs exploded in !the backyards of two lux­: unous homes here and a : t errorist group claimed t it set them off in support 1or embattled Indians at Jthe Pine Ridge, S.D., re­.s ervation . t No one w a s injured ~nd damage wa s ~estim~ed at $8,000 in the j.fiery blas ts jus t mo· &ments a part early Sun· id a y m o r n i n g o n ineighboring homes in !this pos h res ide ntial :area in the Oakland hills . 1 Th e N e w World ZL i b e r a t i o n F r o n t ;claimed in a comm\D'li­~que r eceived later by JSan Francisco radio sta­• tion KPOO that it set off !the devices in the af-1termath or violence on • the Pine Ridge reserva­~ tion last Thursday, when ;two FBI agents and an 1Indian were killed. , l THE NWLF also was named by an anonymous

?caller to the San Fran­fcisco Chronicle early Friday as the group

: r esponsible for a bomb that caus ed $50,000

t damage to the Alameda . office or the Bureau o( In­i' dian Affairs. I '' We, the people ' s

forces of the NWLF, at­: tacked a nest or ruling { class vipers in Piedmont ~ last night, " the message ,t to KPOO said in part. ~"This act and our t Bureau of Indian Affairs j attack in Alameda are in ~ solidarity with our com· F~d~s in Pine Ridge }agains t our common l enemy, the ruling class

parasite and their scum enforcers ."

The NWLF ha s claimed responsibility for numerous bombings in recent months at gov­e rnment buildings , banks and utllity in­stallations, but Sundav'a

55MPH Extended

SACRAMENTO (UPI) - Gov. Edm\4Dd G . BroWn Jr. ha• signed a bill which extend• the SS mile per hour speed limit !or three years.

Tbe meaaure by M · semblyman Walter M. JnJalls, ( D-Rlverslde>, eanied an urgenc y clause and went into ef. Cert when Brown signed it Sunday.

explosions were believed to be the firs t directed a g ain s t pri v at e re­sidences.

The two homes in­volved belong to Bruce A. Wilson, who s aid he builds engines for a liv­ing, and George w. Jamieson, part owner or a construction firm .

The names damaged a storage shed and workshop on one proper· ty . a connecting foot· bridge, and a porch and garage on the other pro· perty.

The message to KPOO said the firebombs were decoys to draw the homeowners .. closer to antipersonnel bombs set to go off a few minutes later.''

Piedmont Police Sgt . John Maxon said no bombs were found.

"All we found were two five-gallon cans," be said.

Foes Stir New Flap On Nudity

SOLINAS (AP) -" I'm not a little old lady in tennis shoes," insists Warren Perry, "but it's gotten to a point where I won't take my wife tothe beach."

Foes of Marin County's nude beach are kicking up the sands of con­troversy again .

Scores of sun-lovers were baring their all Sun· day, taking advantage or a legal loophole that ex· empts several hundred yards of Bolinas Beach about 20 miles north of San Francisco from a county ordinance ban­ning nude bathing in public.

A JUDGE RULED the law doesn't apply because- the beach ac-tually is private property - though the public bas access to it under another court decision .

Now Perry ond some other owners are mount· ing a drive to donatethelr beachfront property to t.bo county - a move that would pave the way f« Sberifr Louis Montano8 to resume hls horseback patrols of the beach, ln which he duUfully cited all nude trans,reu ors.

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Mondey. June SO. 1975 DAIL V PILOT ·tf

Rescued Youth Cites Death Paci! . ~

SANTA CRUZ (AP> - 0 ALL THREE of us, aboard the " Pl ' ' 1''rld.ay said a search for the mis· ciantions and delirh1" he said. 4 A 18· year-old youth prior to any of the de· with Santa Cruz j unior !Jing me n was unsuc­

found driftin g in a lu.sions or s uffering, de- h igh school t e acher , cessful. •' Th e o St e v e dt.4 about three hours aft.W that of exposure," lall6 ing re lated. " Ste ve ~ lasted three hours ~. he atarted imagining i.. saw boats and thirfll that weren' t there. They felt nothmg when ffiey died because their braiAs weren't functioning pJllb­perly.

lllera!t s aid Sunday he cided tha t if any of us Steve Fennell, 33, owner " We w e r e s urfing watched two boating s hould s u cc umb , he of the boa t , a nd his quite fast and we took a companions slowly die, should be put ott the ran brother , Walter Fennell, freak wave which caused then puabed their bodies to a llow better chances 2'l of Bethel Island , when the boat to roll over ," overboard as part or a for the rest to live," Kist- the boat was swamped Kis ling recalled . "Then death act. in g r ec a 11 e d 1 o a by steep swells about 100 another wave hit us from

-.:-..A.J.!:~a:LJi~i~l~in~~r ll.llJl.~:.........t~e~l ~h~one interv~i~e~w""--__ .._;;nu-=·1e~s-s_·o~u~th_o~f-h~e~r~e~.----_th_,..e,~s1~·d~e_:_· __ ~ from a tiny ru ber r ng aa e analiis by a m e rchant ship " The aeas were rough THE COAST GUARD frlenda cltmbed into Sat\ll'day night, said bll and unnecessary weight a~d the vessel washed their Uferaft at 8 :15 Fri· friends died of expo1ure ln the raft was 8 danger up at Piedraa Blancoe, day night. Nearly nine after their 24-foot sail to the survival of the rest about half wai between hours later, Walter Fen·

oC' us." boat awamped and sank Morro Bay an Cape San nell dled of exposure " I put Steve's body orr

imd I was a lone for l hours." Friday during an eight· Kisling, a high school Martin . A spokesman after five hours of haliu·

boat race to Sao ta j u n i o r i n n e a r by .------------------------------------------------------Actl., .. t Actress Jane Fonda Sunday demanded "a cons umer voice in government" in as· sisting the cons umer to fight high grocery price8 on the ns upermark et bat­tle fie ld .··

Freedom

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By Gays SAN FRANCISC O

{AP) - A bout 10,000 hom*osexuals and sup­porters whoope d and cheered Sunday as they marched through the city's downtown area in a festive demonstration billed as " Gay Freedom Day Parade.''

Most of the men and women who marched from the financi1l dis­trict to the Civic Center were dressed normally - though hundreds were garbed in drag, and one group of men cavorted as butte rfli e s with orange and green wings flapping in the breeze.

Another contingent of men carried sign• read­ing "Gay Fathers" and marched with the ir small children.

Barbara. Capitola, sa id he wa~

Grant Cited Jn.Sail Htdl of Fame

Dave Grant, 37, an associate dean or students al Orange Coast College, has been elected to the Sail· ing Hall or F ame at Annapolis, Md., one of the highest honors in the collegiate sailing world .

Grant learned of the honor in a telegram from Robert M. Allan Jr., formerly of Newport Beach but now living in Pebble Beach, who is the West Coast representative or the All-Ameri can and Hall of Fame Committee or the Intercollegiate Sailing As· sociation.

Grant was one of three named this year and is only the sixth West Coast sailor ever installed in the Hall of Fame.

ALTHOUGH HE IS one or this country's most successful coaches in the sport of crew, Grant was elected to the Hall of Fame for his " a ctive participation in the sport of sailing as a youngster, his ongoing s ailing experiences and his continuing contribution to the sport," according to Allan.

Grant w as an Eagle Scout as a youth in Newport Beach, focusing his skills on the sport ot sailing. In 1972, during a sabbatical leave, he sailed a 28-foot s loop to Hawaii, Fij i, Samoa and Noumea, New Caledonia - retracing the voyage of Capt. James Cook .

WHEN IN 1162 he assumed the coaching duties of the OCC sailing team, Grant parlayed the team 's two-year undefeated record into t.wo more undefeat· ed years plus a Pacific Coast championship in 1966 .

He also was among several instrumental in establishing the Rowing and Sailing Base at 1801 W. Coast Highway, providing the only " window to the bay" along the highway. It has become the home of the Orange Coas t College crew as well as the row· ing-sailing base for UC Irvine, Golden West College, Harvey Mudd College, Pomona, Clare· mont College, USC and the City of Newpor t Beach.

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Riding the bus has never made more sense than it does today.

Orange County Transit District will take you more places in Orange County than ever before. There are more buses- all modern, comfortable and air conditioned. More bus routes. Redesigned schedules. New services. Everything is changed and improved .

The price, however, is still only 25~ . There are new ideas. Park-N-Ride Express

has introduced a series of nine new commuter routes to get you to and from work in peace and comfort. The cities of Orange and La Habra offer door-to-door Dial-A-Ride motorcoach

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Chevrolet Monza Towne Coupe

Now that you're considering a small car, you should be Sure the small car you choose will be the best to satisfy your needs.

For example, if you're like most Americans, you spend more time in your car than people in other countries. We Americans commute longer distances by car, and even the places we shop are often miles apart. And that requires a comfortable car.

In fact, you probably grew up on big cars. So you're used to the smooth ride and steady feel of a heavier car. And you also appreciate the performance of a larger displacement engine.

Price is important, too. And time was when imports offered you a pretty inexpensive way to go. But times have changed, and the ptice advantage the imports once enjoyed has been eateri up by increased foreign labor costs, stiffer shipping charges; higher inflation, currency devaluation and ~ther economic factors. So y~u're likely to find that GM small cars are priced nearly as low or lower than many competitive imports.

And when qualified service is needed, you'll find at·least double the number of GM Dealers to choose from.

In other words, before you buy a small car, please consider your needs and the way you drive.

We think you'll see that GM small cars are a great way to meet the needs of the times without sacrificing the comfort you're accustomed to.

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Competitive prices. It surprises many people to discover the small price difference between GM small 9ars and competitive imports. But the fact is, whether you're leaking for an economical small car, a sporty small car or both in one package, you'll find that GM small cars have very competitive prices.

Mode.I a ... Pric.'

Chevrolet Vega Coupe $2937 Chevrole1 Monza Towne Coupe $3721 Chevrolet Monza "s·· Coupe $3817 Pontiac Astre "S" Coupe · $2992 Oldsmobile Starfire "S" Coupe ' $3918 Buick Skyhawk "S" Coupe $3905 Toyota Corolla 2-Dr. Sedan $2809.48 Datsun B-210 2-Dr. Sedan $3014 plus dealer prep. VW Rabbit 2-0r. Sedan S3347 plus dealer prep. VW Beetle 2-Dr. Sedan S3016 plul: dealer prep. Fiat 128 2 ·Dr. ~dan S2851 plus dealer prep. Honda CVCC 2-Dr. Sedan $2799 Mazda RX-3 Coupe $3697 plus dealer prep.

•All dollar figures;ire manufacturers' suggested retail prices, Including cost of California emission equipment and testing, dealer new­vehicle preparation charges, except where noted. State and local taxes, optional equipment and destination charges are additional.

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surroµnds you. 1 p~ small f ars are larger than the foreign ~ompetition. And·that allows us to put more car between what's in9ide the car and what's out­side the car. So you can enjoy a greater feeling of security and insulation from nearby traffic.

But there are other benefits to larger size. Because our small cars are larger than foreign competition, they are also heavier. And that means they are less affected by outside forces. By virtue of its weight, a heavier car has a greater tendency to maintain a steadier course through crosswinds, standing water, rough roads. And that's a comfort worth considering.

In addition, GM's big-car know-how is built into our small cars-not by chance but by design. We'd tike drivers of our small cars to experience the same familiar road m.anners they've known in our larger cars.

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Model (Pound•) (lnctiu) (Inches) Chevrolet Vega Coupe 2495 175.4 65.4

I Chevrolet Monza Towne Coupe 2675 177.8 6S.4 I Chevrolet Monza "S" Coupe 2781 179.3 65.4

Pontiac As\re "S" Coupe I 2521 175.4 65.4 Oldsmobile Starfire " S" Coupe 2978 179.3 65.4 Buick Skyhawk "S" Coupe 2963 179.3 65.4

1 Toyota Corolla 2-0r. Sedan 2219 165.2 61.8 Datsun B·210 2-0r. Sedan 2055 163 60.8 VW Rabbit 2-Dr. Sedan 1830 155.3 83.4 VW Beetle 2·Dr. Sedan 1896 163.4 61 .0 Fiat 128 2-0r. Sedan 1980 158.6 62.6 Honda CYCt 2-0r. Sedan ' 1748 150 59.3 Madi RX-3 Coupe ms 111 63

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It is an automotive axiom that, as the wheelbase of a car gets longer, road bumps are more easily absorbed. The long and the short of if is that GM small cars hold the edge over all the foreign cars we've mentioned here.

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Chewol1t Vega Coupe Chevrolet Monza Towne Coupe Chevrolet Monza "S" Coupe Pontiac Astre "S" Coupe Oldsmobile Starfire "S" Coupe Buick Skyhawk "S" Coupe Toyota COfolla l -Or. Sedan Datsun B-210 2-Dr. Sedan VW Rabbit 2-Dr. Sedan VW Beetle 2-0r. Sedan Flat 128 2-0r. Sedan Honda CVCC 2-0r. Sedan Mazda RX-3 Coupe

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Chevrolet Vega Coupe

Someone once said that it is the nature of a pyramid not to fall. So with cars. All things being equal, the wider the stance in relation to the width, length and height, the more stable the car.

Suffice it to say that GM small cars offer a wider stance than most foreign competition .

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d.evrolet Ve~• Coupe 54.8 Chevrolet Monza Towne Coupe 54.8 Chevrolet Monza "S" Coupe 54.8

Pontiac Astre "S" Coupe 54.7

Oldsmobile·Starfire "S" Coupe 54.7 8ulck Skyhawk "S" Coupe 54.7

toyota Corolla 2-0r. Sedan 49.4

101tsun B-210 2-0r. Sedan 50.2

VW Rabbit 2-0r. Sedan 54.7

VW Beetle 2-0r. Sedan 51.5

~lat 128 2-Dr. Sedan 5l.3

Honda CVCC 2·Dr. Sedan 51 .2

Mazda RX-3 Coupe 51

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Big, lugga!IJI space:: · and ·h8tClibac1<s;-too. All GM small cars have plenty of luggage space for your needs, so don't let their size deceive you.

And all but one are available as hatchbacks. . For occasional luggage or packages, there's a cargo area behind the rear seat, easily acces­sible through the hatch. If you find your package won't quite fit, flip down the rear seat for an almost cavernous cargo area. And of course, if

. you mak~ a habit of hauling lots of gear, Vega and Astre also come in wagon models.

The point is this. Many imports don't offer small cars in hatchback models. Others have no small wagons. But GM is aware of the needs of people who buy small cars here in America, so we build our cars to suit you.

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turning engines. To move·mass, you ne~d power. So if we com­pare engine sizes, GM cars once again offer superior figures.

The smallest displacement engine available , in a GM small car is still considerably larger than the largest engi~e in the imports compared here ...

Because pf this advantage,. our cars can cruise at relatively slow engine speeds. The imports' engines are smaller and must work harder and run faster to do an equivalent job.

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with up to 33 mpg. · As we've seen, GM small cars offer you quite a

few advantages over foreign co11:1petition. You might think that oyr greater weight and size mean you may not get quite the gas mileage· of some of the Imports. But our actual gas mileage figures may surprise you. For example, the Chevrolet Vega Notchback Coupe and the Pontiac Astre "S" Notchback Coupe, equipped with manual transmissions are both rated at 33 mpg in the EPA highway test and 21 mpg in the city test. In addition, Chevy's exciting new Monza Towne Coupe, equipped with manual transmission and 140-cid engine, is rated by the EPA at32 mpg highway and 19 mpg city.

Our fuel economy is good, and our larger standard fuel tanks give you a long driving range between stops .

One last word. To sum up then, while gas mileage is important, you also need a car you ·11 feel comfortable driving - and that's one of the benefits of the wider stance and longer wheelbase that GM srnall cars give you. You need interior room and luggage space. You need an engine that's big enough to take you long distances over the kinds of roads Americans drive every day. And . these are some of the advantages of owning a GM small car.

In other words, we think you'll agree that our GM small cars look very good against the foreign competition, no matter what measure you use. But the best way to decide is to drive the cars that interest you. We believe you'll see that our larger size, greater weight and bigger engines help give you the comfortable, secure feeling Americans have always enjoyed in General Motors cars. '

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End of the Tunnel? For some weeks now, assorted "experts" have

been predicting an end, or at least an easing, of the COWltry 's wot'SL recession since World Wai· JI.

Last week, the predictions were backed up with some sign ificant s tatistics. .

For the third straight mont'1. the Commerce D epartme nt 's Composite index of Leading Indicators 1·egislered an advance. adding up to a 5.7 jump in economic aclivie.y over the thl'ee-montb period. /

The May index increase of 2.1 percent folJowed un April increus e of 3 percent. That figure had not been equalled s mce June, 1958. And we have to go back to December. 1970 to find another monthly jump that Lops the M ay figure.

:fhe key to a ll this , for the economic forecas tel's , is the fact that t~ree straight months of index ud· vances us ually arc regarded as a positive sign of economic recovery.

It· s probably too soon to start throwing our hats in the air, but it does look a s if things may not be getting any worse-and they just m ight get a whole lot be t tel'.

Disillusioning_ Police knocking on doors in pre-dawn hours , hun·

clreds, perhaps thousands of citizens arrested, opposi­tion leaders i n c ustody, sweeping press controls, court s c los ed .. .

Can this be the India that for years h as preached and moralized to the rest of the world ?

to launc h a frightening drive against her enemies. ln speed and style it matched the maneuvers or

any a uthori lal'ian government of the right or left.. The preaching of peace and brotherhood so often

heard from India •s leaders bad lost a little conviction when Mrs. Gandhi chose to join the nuclear club. but that might have been "tt~rcnstble. The tffi>:o;dy war1n Bangladesh J'aised more questions.

Now the mask has truly fallen, revealing an ualy counte na nce of oppressiop. 1t is a sad blow for those who hoped India might contribute some moral strength and leadership in world affairs and be a .lesson in democracy for newer nations.

Noise and Health Accordin g to union officials, complaints about ex­

cessive noise top Lhe list when working conditions are up for criticis m.

So it's h ardly surp1ising to learn that no fewer Utan 170 witnesses are lined up to testify at the Labor Department's hearings on noise, now under way in Washington under the auspices of the Occupational Safety a nd Health Administration (OSHA).

OSHA is propos ing s tlict enforcem ent of the ex· is ting 90-decibel noise limit in working areas~qua1, they say . to the noise of a busy subway station.

That ·s s till too loud, say the unions, citing healing <lamagc to worke rs that could cost the government up to $12 billion in m edical compensation claims .

But , counter the economists , i\J could cost in· dustry up to $31 billion to hold noise down to that leve l, and m a ny s m a ller firms could be forced to close.

Yes, indeed. 1t is the India of Prime Minister In· dira Gandhi, convicted two weeks ago of e lection fraud .

Not content to a wait the l'esu lt of her appeal to lndia ·s Supre m e Cowt, nor satisfied with a court rul· mg pe rmitLing h er to remain as prime minis ter pe nd· mg the appe al hearing, Mrs . Gandhi chose last week

Most experts agree it 's not all that easy to de­tel'minc how much r eported hearing damage is job· related and how much s hould be attributed to natural deterioration-<>r perhaps such pastimes as listening to s te re o or radio at 100 decibels every day.

''EVER 'Ef fHE FEELINCi WfRE IHA NO-~lN P051rJON? ''

Distress ·can Make You Sick

( CHARLES McCABE )

Mr . Bernard Taper , of Be rkeley ' s UC, once as ked George Balanchine, the Russian choreographer. how it happens that the great man seems to grow in vigor a s he grows older. Balanchine replied :

'"Old people don 't get tired -it's only the young who tire. Con­fu s io n ex -hausts them . I've got more e nergy now t~an when I was younger beca u se I know exactly what I want lo

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se em lik e strange advice to most people or a certain age , who are physically decomposing before their very eyes, as it were, and experienc­ing great discomfort. It does not seem so strange to me, however.

I HAV E spent a great deal of m y life in a s tate of almost total confusion. It was not until I was well into my 40s that I found work that satisfied me. Wh.en I found that what I was doing was just about exactly what I wanted to do, both my phys ical and mental condition began to improve greatly. 1,

The frus tration. fatigue and ex· haustion of the years before a benevolent editor decided that I should be a news paper colum­nist . are hard for me to believe today. I was, as I now realize, a victim of what is call ed the biological s tress ~yndrome. Damaging or unpleasant stress i s called di s tre ss, in th e vocabulary of Dr. Hans Selye. of the University of Montreal, the pioneer in Utis f ield of medicine.

Dear Gloomy Gus

Have you ever been in· terviewed on one of those so-called national polls? Have you ever met anyone who has? 1 haven 't either.

WONDERING Oleemy Gus COITlft'lellts U• ' """""" by f'ltMen ..... Mt llOCHHrlly nflO<t the 'tMws of tile -NPff. Send yow pet 11M¥0 .. GIOemyGv1, Dally Piiot.

DISTRESS can make you d a mned s ick. As Dr. Sclye acknowledges. even the greatest experts in the field do not know why the stress of frustration rather than that of excessive muscular work is much more likely to produce disease such as peptic ulcers , migraine, high blood pressure or even a simple " pain in the neck.,,

"Th e b es t way to avoid harmful s tress," says Dr. Selyc, ' 'is· to select a n environment (wife, boss, friends) which is in lin e with y our innate pre­ferences, and to find an activity you like and r espect. Only thus can you eliminate the need for frustrating constant readapta· lion that is the m ajor cause of distress ."

THAT WAS just about the story of my younger days. I had the wrong wife, for me, the wrong bosses and the wrong frit'nds. J defined m yself a s a tearing neurotic. I now r eali ze that, whil.e neurosis is decidedly a part of my personality, I was really a prime example of the distress syndrome. .

While I doubtless Jack the con· fidence of Mr. Ba lanchinc, I more or less know exactly what J want to do for the rest of my lifc. I wish to do my work and keep out of trouble. Except for certain s igns of age. such as a dicey memory, I can honestly say that I feel more vigorous an full of purpose thall'I did 30 or 20 yea rs ago. And I feel even better having the corrobora· tion of so distinguished a fellow as Mr. George Balanchine.

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NATO Needs an Overha11ling· WASHINGTON - The North

Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO > was created a quarter century ago to defend Western Europe from a Soviet attack. But the main threat to the alliance. now is coming Crom within its own membership .

The interesting question this raises is whether NATO, which w as the · · or etic a ll y des igned to s ave Eur o · pcan de· mocracy, can withstand de · ve lopm e nt s th a t may come about th rough de­mocratic change.

A case in point is the situation in Italy , where the Communist · Party recently won a resounding· victory in loca l elections and may move toward participation :in the nationa l gover;nment.

BOTH AMERICAN and Euro­pean officials say that Italy would almost certainly be eject· cd from NATO if the Communists arc ta ken into a government .coalition.

According lo these officials , Communis t collaboration would make Italy too much of a security 1;sk, since it is presumed that the Com muni s t s would d ivulge NATO secrets to Moscow.

This suggests, consequenUy, th at the alliance was not established as a union devoted to preservation of democracy but as a bulwark against the Soviet Union.

This was confirmed for me the other day by Joseph Luns, the St'cretary general of NATO, who has been vis iting Washington. We were discussing another pro­'blem facing the allian~e-the is· ,sue of Portugal. which wants to :remain in NATO even though its

· ,government is likely to be taken 1over b.)' the Communists.

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I asked Luns why NATO could not tplerate a Communist die· tatorshlp in Portugal since, until lately, the Salazar dictatorship there had been welcomed in the alliance.

THE DIFFERENCE, Luns pointed out, ia that the Saluar regime has been a "pro-Western dictatorship," while a Portuguese Communist govern­ment, he explained, would be a satellite of the Kremlin.

lt is clear, therefore, that NATO soon may lose both

Portugal and Italy. And if the Greeks and Turks quit the al· liance as well because of their dispute over Cyprus, the or· ganization will cease to have any s ignificance in the Mediterra· nean.

This indicates, in my view at least, that NATO has largely lost its meaning. For it was formed as a military unit that has been eroded by political changes ilS creators did not foresee.

Nobody would advocate the dissolution of NATO, brought up to date.

For one thing, its members should examine whether the Portuguese and Italian Com· munists really a re instruments of Moscow, or whether they are

home-grown leftists whose loyal· Ly is primarily to their own na · tions.

We know that communism is not a monolith, and it is quite possible that the Portuguese and Italian Communists will become, like the Yugoslavs, more fierce­ly opposed to the Soviet Union than the most conservative Euro­pean.

Alternati\·ely , Portugal and Italy may have to be expelled from the alliance, which would

. then become, as its name im­plies, s trictly a No1th Atlantic pact.

In any event. NATO is due for an overhaul. Otherwise, it will die a lingering death.

Busing Builds New Barriers School's out. Can we discuss school busing

dispassionately now that most buses are parked for the sum· mer? Five years ago, a superior court judge ordered schoolchildr­en bused back a nd forth b e tw ee n sc hool s in In g l e wood , Ca lif. , for purposes or racial mix ­ing.·

Now tha t same judge has ordered an end to busing in Inglewood, s tating that .. as a practical m atter we are now bus­ing black c hildren from pre­dominantly black schools to other predominantly black schools."

Surely, even ·to the Supreme Court, that does not make sense.

MEANWHILE, the Inglewood district bas spent $300,000 trying to "interrate" its 17 schools and what happened? The schools

( PAUL HARVEY) went from 60 percent to 80 per­cent black.

I suspect the reason busing is worsening the problem it was in· tended to solve is that it is pre­dicated on a misconception of the problem.

·It's aot as 1tmple as black and white. It has to do with the natural desire ol· all parents to make things better for their children. It is an economic issue more than a social issue.

The judges and congressmen whose own children are securely tucked away in private schools should surely recognize this very natural desire of all parents tor the social improvement of their children.

Instead, most have imagined they must use buses to crash through a barrier of racia l hatred.

OF COURSE there is racial prejudice. Some will always need to feed their egos on the flesh or

others. ... But one after another; raciul

bar1iers have crumbled or hovt· been "ridged over these last 20 years. It is only in th is business of busing schoolch ildren that we have tended , ins tead, to n · segregate ourselves. ·

Sociologis t J ames Goleman was urging integration of school:; in 1966 in the name of "equ"al educational opportunity."

Today he concedes that busing has !ailed to achieve the main goal of better education for the underprivileged, " and may even be condemning future black children to even greater raciul isolation than before."

Busing in evitably implies racial quotas , whereas what w e a ll seek is a society offering t>qual opportunity regardless of r ace. When that is accomplished. there wi ll not be the samt: number of blacks in every school ' any more than there are current· ly U1e same number of Italians or Jews or Chinese.

A melting pot-not a pressure cooker.

N11rses Find Bad .Medicine on the Reservation WASHIN GTON - Val eri e

Koster and Sandra Kramer are AWOL from Kafka 's Castle. The two young r eg is tered nurses. employes of the Indian Health Service, have refused to report for duty at new posts in Ari zona and Okla homa. where they have been assigned by the .Health, Education und Wellare government c o n g tom era t e . Jnste:ld , they 're s 1ttinJ! i n suburban Maryland try · mg to uphold a position of principle, a clear-cut. violaUoaof UJe Civil Sttvicerep:

Nurse KOiler dlsplayed a poor allilude even before joining th · Indian Health Service. Clark MoUmhoff ot the ~ Moines Re(iJsl~. wpo d id a1J lbe report· lna on thil story and bro«c at. has found OClL that even while a s lu· dent at the University ol Illinola' School of Nurain1, tbe 2°2-yHr-old KOiter had bu n slyly Lakina fflUrNlf~JQ.diiaft an and cwwre. She conc•altld th1-1nf onn1tJoo so tw t.be otl clal1 who blred ber

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had no way of knowfni that she never intended to give the Indian HeaJtb Service the loyalty and de­dication it needs to avoid doin1 its work without inside harassment.

ON BEING assigned to the In· dian Health Service Hospital at Shiprock. N.M., last year, the two nurses discovered the out· side of the piece was strewn with garbage which attracted " packs of wild dogs" and "rodents."· Within the nurses' residence wer e totl cts ' 'encrusted with black slime." and in the hospita l 1tself ' ' the focus is on filling out forms . doing the least work 'with the least effort and just getting by . .. for exnmple, a physlclan refuu"<i to examine a paUent who had ju.t fallen oul of bed because he had been aleaplng and waa up­set over being awakened."

The two makontents im· mediately ena:aaed in the first or a series of actlona that were to get t hem fired for proronlty, carelessness or drcu and lnsuffi. ctcnl attention to duty They complained to their supenor a «rtain Dr_ Luverne.. H U.. hosi;>ital drrector " Did you ever think that Novajos mlahl feel comfortable Jn lalth?" Koster

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says he asked her. thereby in· dicatine she bad been paying in· sufficient attention in those classes on Indian art and culture.

THE TROUBLEMAKERS then went another atep up the line to the area director, and when that availed nothing they went public, writing to a .number of Congressmen a nd the editor of the " Navajo Tim.es." Always sensitive to the needs of their primitive aboriginal wards, tho Service responded by cancelling Kram er 's . promotion lo head pediatric nurte, and wh en Kr-amtt meet • grievance both women were canned. tt was th~ir foult. The areo director, Dr. Marlene HaUner , had wamM them that lbe Supreme Court had rut~ public complaining was "Tounds for sacklnR. Can't have any unconstitutional bellyacbini lor tJlc icood ot tbc Service.

But the two bad done their voortr WA?tlr stirring-Up ~vioualy · happy, coatented mem rs ortbe medical s taff. Calling the Cirin1s an "adminlstralive fr:ame-up, "

Dr. Frederick Towmend, head of Shiprock's outpatient clinic. pu1ed around • PeUtion of sup­~rt for the two young sub~ venivea which 40 people aigned. In a letter to the boiJpig1•1 direc­tor, Dr. Townsend wu yet more crlt.lcal of tbe quality ot patient C?are than Kramw and Koster: " There are .. : signs of overlook· ing substandard performance bec•u.se one •can't expect more from the- uneducated Navajo.' WOJ'klng condltfons are poor with the wholo pl.ee at times Jooklng like a county hospital emergency room. A tew nurses rush ing between seriously m patJcnt.s and • every nurae I know on the staff bu made medieotion erl"Ol'8. It's a wonder we haven't k:IUed so­m~.''

IF THEY RAD, it would be more or a wonder ir anybody on the out.side !ound oul about it. Pursuant ' to the Freedom oC In· formation Act . Russell M. Roberti, HEW's Supp.ression of lnlormatlon Officer, denied Koster and Kramer coples of the charges meet aaalnst them wblch

-IeSulted in their dlambaal.

Aller a ruckus " 'as raised by Edward Meavln~'ky, Ko1tor'1

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lowa Congressman, the firings were rescinded and the adverse information in their file folders was expunged or " (iled on the left side of the folder ... in ac· cordance with Appendix /\, Chapter 293 of tbe Federa l Personnel Manual," a great vic­tory we underatand. In the mean· time a team of doctors from the University of New Mexico in· _spect~ the place and wrote a re· port backing up the nurses. That. too, might be constdered a great Victory except that conditions at Sh.iprock have been known and complained about by members or Congress for some time. Yelling about the m does no good. Nothtnf does.

1'llZ NUUU are vtndkated and ritnstattd. but rortbe bettet"· ment of Indian health they've been punished by bei n g tran1f erred to other stations. Wb1l el.le was- HEW lo do? IC Koaler and Kramer were re· turned to Shiprock, they would continue to cause trooble, which would only me•n they would have lO be Clred agaJn. It would be Injurious to the moTale, dls· cfpUno and good order of the' Service to improve coodiUons at

the hospital. 'The Nav a jos wouldn' t ap.preciate it, .and il would constitute a standing in· vitation for other members of the medical staff to take courses in Indian art and cultu1·e.

ORANG& COAST

DAILY PILOT Robert N. Weed , Publl~1fct

Thoma1 Kecvll . Editor Barbaro Krelbich,

F:dltorlol Page Editor

The editorial pa ge of the Oojly Pil o t s eeks to inform nnd stimulate readcrii by presenUn.c on lhis page diverse commenlary on topics ol fnlft'ut bJ e)'ftdkat· td columnlata alkt ca~ b)' providing a f<>f'Um tor relderi' vlews ond by presentlna this newspaper's opinions and Ideas on current topics . The t.'d ltonal oplnl!>fU ot the Dally Pilot apJ'>('ar only in the editorial ('olumn at th' lop or the page . Opinion' l'X· pr4!S' t.'d by the columnJsta ond cartoon! ts_!!nd J~tter writl'n& art' tllcar own and no endol"ll('m('nl of thdr views by the Dnlly Pilot should be lnfCJrred.

Mond~y. June so, 1875

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Honoring the A~e~ican Indian, our First Great Westerners I o

I Free Indian Shows Daily • Gifts • Refreshments • GW Balloons for Children Join our Celebration at Both Offices June 28-July 12, Daily Except Sun. and July 4!

NEWPORT BEACH · GRAND OPENING Our Newport Center savings office is moving into the beautiful, new Great Western Savings Building, just across Newport Center Drive from our ·old building. Manager Art Moore and his

·: staff are looking forward to the privilege · of showing you our new savings lobby, : Safe Deposit Vault and Community

Room (availabie free for group meetings). .. Open a newsavingsaccount whileyou're , here. Get the strength of the big GW · behind you.

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The Smoke Signal by Frederic Remington, 1861-1909. Painted in 1905. Perhaps his most famous work, reproduced In 1961 on a commemorati~e U. S. postage stamp honoring the lOOth anniversary of his birth.

Wild Hone Hunter• by Charles Russell, 1864-1926. Painted in 1913 . An example of

his perfection of detail. The cowboy roping the wild stallion ls a "dallyman." The slip knot

around his saddle horn Is a "dally."

FREE INDIAN SHOWS /-(·-)···, . .......

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Prod11:ced by Monte Montana. Jr. Four times

daily at 11 AM. 1, 2 and 3 P.M. See our American

Indian group perform authentic dances and

rituals. Enjoy their con· tinuous demonstrations

of jewelry making, leather working, sand painting,

trick roping. At both Grand Openings.

$200,000 EXHIBITS OF WESTERN ART

Originals of famous Western paintings, watercolors and bronze sculpture, Including famous oils by Remington and Russell, from the Petersen Galleries of Beverly Hills. At both Grand Openings.

FREE GIFT Two full·color; 16x20, ready-for­framing, reproductions of original oils by America's foremost Western artists, Remington and Russell. One portfolio of both prints per family, please. June 28-July 12 only.

NO ONE PAYS ~ORE INTEREST WITH INSURED SAFETY

Annual Rat e Annual Yietd w ith C ompounded Deily Accumulated Interest

7~% = 8.06% $1000•6 TO10 YEARS

7Y2% = 7.79% $1000 • 4 TO 6 Y EARS

6~% = 6.98% $ 1000 • 2 Y2 TO 4 Y EARS

6Y2% = 6.723 $1000• 1TO2Y2 YEARS '

53A3 = 5.92% $500 • 90 DAYS OR MORE

5~% = 5.39% PAID FROM D AV-IN T O D AY-OUT

Early withdrawal from 1-10 Yett accounts permitted with substantial intmst reduction required by Federal regulations.

··L: .. , HUNTINGTON BEACH

GRAND OPENING Come in and see our first office in the growing community o f Hun tingto n Beach. You' ll find us on Beach Blvd., just south of Huntington Center. Manager Burt Parker and his staff look forward to telling you about all the good things you get when you save at Great Western. You' ll like our convenient hours, including Saturday and Drlve·Up Teller Service to 7 P.M. daily. We' re open now and ready to serve you. So join our Grand.()pening Celebration.

HUNnNGTON ~NG

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IDINOIR AVIN\11 ~ • HUNT1NOTON X IXICUTIVI

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Houn at Both Locations-Weekdays 9 to 4:30 • Fridays Until 6 • Saturdays 10 to 2 • Drive-Up Teller Service Weekdays 9 to 7.

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II ASSETS $5 BILLION • STRENGTH THAT'S BEEN GROWING SINCE 1887

: ~~ i - Free wi th Mlnlmu~ Balances: Safe Depoelt BOx •Checking Account (at a mijor commercial bank) .•

l American Expreee1i'avelen Cheques and Money Orden •Notary Service• 1iuet Deed/Note Collection• .Check-A-Month Service ,, I • • ,, "

• Monday.Jun.30.1975 ,

Top Post "tetmouuu1uens SAN FRANCISCO

NAMelTATaMaiirr (Up I) v H I The fill .... "'-~ - dllfte lllUll· - • •

,., .. , 1 Treadwa1 of Sacramen· T & a 01V£LOPMENT QO,. "'' to WU elected ~_.r.a~t

.......... ~. CIM141 MIM. Coll...... ·--DW of tbe Cal fornta

.-.~o. lrl90t, 1MOc:.n0tc1t. Bullde- Cou"" .. il d·_....• 'bw141MeM.C.lllornle ft6'1 •• """ ""'"~• ~"· "'"v<.111•Meu1ar<1t, the ll'O\Q)'s annual meet·

Olst•Mltw, c.llforn • mv . ab Tiiis IMNNo 1, being conduca.o bV• ,_m_o_e_r_e_. _______

1 ~""'--R08UT0. 81UGGS PUBLIC NOTICE

'This 1il41'9meftt r li.ct wltll the CouM\' 1------------I 0.111 Gf er.,,.. c:ounty on J- 12,

"lCTITIOUS aUSINliU 191$. ll-M1• NA.MIUTATCMeNT

....... lshecl Or•- CNU 0.11 ., Piiot T"- followlng PtHOlll .,. dolllO .. ,... • bliWMH-s· .J\Mw1l,2l, !IO,JulY1. ttl S tt20-7S THE FISHERM E N CO •• 1601

P UBLJC NOTICE f'ICTITIOUS aUSINISS

NAME STAT•MUIT • T"- following IH'rM>n Is doing bu~·

IW"n: GEORDEAN CONCRETE CONST.

C0., 1t10S. o .... S.nte An•, c.m. 91707 Georol• Rile Holfm .. n, 1610 S. Olk.

Sint• AIM, C•lil. 92101 • Tiiis l>u~•neu 1$ conducted b)' 411\ on-.

Oi~ 10Ual. Georgl• Holfm•n

Tiiis. s1a teme11t was~flled 'Wltll Ille Cou11ty Cltrti Of 6rang• Cou11ty on J­~ 197$. • . .......

Bel\• r St .. Coste MeH, CA. 9161' Garv R. PaddO<k, 312 ilMonolll,

COSta Mew, CA. 92626 StepMfl W. Pe~cl\, 1970 Walltce,

COSt• Mew, CA. 9262' R•ndell R. JOfl.S, 1601 8aket' SC.,

COS ta MeH, CA. 91626 This busl ntu is conducted by •

general pa1t11ersllip, Gary R. Paddoc R

Tiiis st•tement was fll•d wltll h Cou11ty Clerk of Orange County on J-4, 197S,

1'414$1 Publis~d Or•nge CoHt Dally Piiot,

JIWlt 9, 16, 23, 30, 197S 2072-7S

P UBLIC NOTICE

QUEENIE By Phll lnterlandi .

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8 Churches Se"k Beer MILWAUKEE, Wis. (AP)

..:... cburcbea and taverns have J.oQa waced tbe war of the irape, but tbe bait»_ ol lbe beer has ta.kfD a new twllt in Milwaukee. Ei~ Roman Catholic

cllllr •v• applied for wi­lmlted beer Ileen ... arous-1111 tbe wrath of the W\tconsin

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'ftl& TAV£RNKB&PEAS filed suit in Circuit Court a,.i the city, the cbw"ches arid Milwaukee Arcllblabop WUU.U. Cousins to block the beer licenses.

" We don ' t mind if the churches want to tap a keg 25

times a yea.r for their bingo games," said Carl Schett.er, executive director of the Tavernkeepers Association. ''But with ,these unlimited licenses they can open every night."

HE SAID THE competition for the drinkin doUar at . s not yet put a ent in barroom tills, but warned that things could get out of hand.

" What ' s t o k eep the chw·cbes from starting litUe clubs where guys stop in for a beer after work?" Scbetter said.

" I can just see it," he

moued. .. Right below the slgn that says SebastJan'a CongreJatfon, a flashine neon beer 11gn. With an arrow polntlnl down. And another sign for the tam Uy entrance: •

OFFICIALS OF th~ churches s aid they have no in• tention of competing with taverns · the said the un· res c e er icenses w simply let them stage their usual bingo games wiLbout running down to City Hall for a permit twice a month.

Schetter said the effect could be economically depressin1 on Milwaukee.

PubUSlled Otilftile Coast O.llv Pilot. Jwur 9, 16, 23, 30. " H • 2092·7S. "ICTl"TtOUSaUSIN•I& c .. .,.,,.,_ .. ,_ , .. ,.,. . ,.,. _,.,..,.., ,, .... " ~ lllln

PUBUCNOTICE NAME$TATEMal•T d {( 'J'h. VI,\ , - ••~ ........ _ The fo11ow1ne per$0f'I Ii Clolng bur.I· "'Keeping a low profile at the office has pai o . ey ..... ___ ,.~

F1CT1T1ous ttus1NESS • -:~~~ON'f J . eARteR SALON, passed right over me w~en the heads started lo roll." · ~ INSURANCE NAME STATEMENT 18700 MilcArttlur Blvd..., lrv!M, CA.-----------------------~ 1f14 "-tMr .......

The following persons .,. doing busi· 9266.2 ~ 1 ~S.H : · Antt>OnyJ. ~tano, 320ttyro10..., Sh t St COSTA MISA.

K.W. BAKER co .. 3S1 E.lst 17111 LaguMBHcll,CA. 926St or ory 148-5554 I Street, No. 17, Cost• Mesa. CA. 92627 Tiiis bus lMSS Is COfldll<ted by an In- • '

Jesw Baker, 1010 Puudor Ori,.., dlvlduat. t>le'WPott BHch, CAiifornia 92660 A11t"911y J . Mata110 p • E d

K•tllryn Baker , 1070 Pesc.tOor Tiiis s~•meftl -· flied wltll the rize a· nie O,i~. Newsiort 8ekll, C•lllornia92660• County Clerk of Orange County°" J-' 'T his business is conduc ted by a s. 1915. gtneral S>Mtnership. F44SOO

I Kathryn Bilke r Publ islled Orange Coas t Cally Pilol This s tatem•nt w.s filed with the Junet, 16. 23, JO, 197S :n21-1s

County Clerk of Ora11ge county on June - ---------­' · 197S.

F44490 PubliShed Orange Coast Daily Piiot,

JUt1e 23, 30, and July 7, 14, 197S 230>-IS

PUBLIC NOTICE

PUBLIC NOTICE

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

The folloW111g person Is doing~-

----------~ ne$Sil$ ; Ht121 LITTL E BAVARIA INN, 2052

STA.TEMENTOF ABANDONMENT NewportBlvd., Cosl• Mesa. Callf.92627 . OF use OF Lois Anne Miller. IS901 Rhodolit•

FICTITIOUS aUSINESS NAME a .. Fo1W1t•ln Valley, CA. 9270I Tiie lollowl119 perM>n hes abandoned Tiiis business Is conducted by an In.

the use oJ Ille fictitious business name divl~•I. OYNACRAFT PRINTING ill :woo LolsA. Miller

tRWIN AV E., STE 103A, NEWPORT This Slalemenl was filed witll Ille BEACH, CALI FORNI A Counly Clerk of Orange Cou11ty on JUl'I•

The tlctitlous business 11a m• refer red 17, 191S. to at>ove was filed 111 Orange County on F4'l66 hb<",..ry 1, 1974 - File FJ1360 Publ ished OranQe Coast Dally Pllol,

1. E rnes t L. Knudse11, 3400 lrwln JUt1e23,30, a,,..,July 7, u, t97S 22SS..7S Ave •• Ste. 103A. Newporl Beach, CA. ____ _

This l>usi"'ss was co nducted by an in· d iv1dual.

ErMSI L. Knudsen PUBLIC NOTICE

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

TIHs s ta temen t was filed w111> tile CO..ntv Clerk ol Orange County on June 9, 197S. 'The following p., rson Is doing buio•·

F· l13'0 ne» as: PubllShed Orange Coas t Dail y Pilot, COMA R EN TERP RISES, 10641

.June23 30 aflCIJulv 7 14 19/S 230t>-75 Henderson Ave., Garden Grove, CA. • • ' • . 926"43

PUBLIC NOTICE Douglas W. w .. .,, 1°""' 1 Hellder .son Ave., Garden Grove, CA. 92643 ------------i T1>1s business is co11ducted by an In­

FICTITIOUS aUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

Tl'le loll-Ing persons are doing bust· ~u:

BEACH CITY FABR ICATORS, 9S9t Caitllness Or., HunllnQton Beacll, CA. 92M6

'Thomas W. B•nno11, 9S91 Caill\rle,s

dividual. Douglas w. Way

Tiiis s t•teme11t 'Was f iled with the County Clerk of Orange GountyOflJUl'le 4, 191S.

F444S4 Publlsht'd Orange Coas t OdllY Piiot,

June9, 16, 23, 30, 19/S 2068-IS

Or., HunllngtOfl Beach, CA. 92M6 1------------1 Patricia JUfle Bannon, 9S91 Callt>­

ness Or., HUt1tingto11 Beach, CA. 91M6 . PUBLIC NOTICE This busi11ess Is conducted by <tfl in. 1-- --------- -1

cllv10Ua l. Patr1c la J . B•nno11 Thomas w. Banno11

This s l i1leme11t w as f iled w111> Ille County Clerk of Ora11ge County on June 17, 1915..

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAM E STATEM E NT

l ne 1ollow1ng pe"on '> <>re doing bus•· nessas

BIKE BARN, • 010 Easl Chapman, Orange, CA.

F44167 Edward Bogar!, 121>9 1 Genova, Published Orange Coast o.ity Pilot. Laguna Hills, Ca. 92oSl

.June 23, 30, and July 7, u . 1915 2256-75 Margaret Bogart, 22691 Geno11<1, ___________ ....,Laguna Hills, CA. 9U5J

PUBLIC NOTICE J erry E. Jot1t'S, 13205 Semora, C.er · rltos. CA. .. "°' Micnael K, J ones, 13205 Senl<l''d,

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS ee;~ii~osb~:.·ness Is conduc ted by a NA~E STATEMENT. • ~ral parlne,.hlp.

The fohow1ng !Mt'~ are dcnng busi· Ma rgarel Bogart

ness:~=,,.. LTD., 1118 Nortll Euclld This statement ..,.,, filed ' '"'" t ile Street, Aflaheim , Cilllfort1la 92801 Count y Clerk 0 1 Oronge County on June

Theodore ·J . Tka"'1, 1994 Por1 4' l 9/), F"44S

2 Edward Clrcle, Newport Beacn, CA. Publish ed Orang- Coast Daily Pilot.

926600.11lel M . Perlmutter , 36 Mission June9, lo, 23, 30, 1975 2129.75 Bey Drive, Corona de I Mar, CA9262S

Marlin McGre,evey, Jr •• 1S941 fledlMlds, W•stm lnster, CA. 91683

This business is conducted by a 9"Wr•I P¥tnerSllip.

TheOdOre J . Tkach Tl>is statement w a5 filed With the

Courrty Oerk of Orange Count y°" JU11e ... 197.S.

F""33 Publi!.he<I Orange Coast Oalty Pilot , ~2l,30,andJuly7, 14, 197S Z-307·75

PUBLIC NOTICE

FICTITIOUS BUSI NESS NAME STATEMENT

The followf 1111 per SOiis a re doing busi· ness as :

HOLOSCAN OF ORA NGE COON· T 'f, 620 Newport Cenler Dr ive, Suite 126, Newport Beach , Calilorni• 92660

Michael Pair.c k Holleren, 29 Se• Isl• Driv•, Long Be a ch, California 90803

Tllom• s L. Brennan, 880 J:losalfnd Road, Sdn Mar ino, Cal!IO'tlia 91108

This busl ness 1 s cond11<ted by a general p.artnersroip.

Michae l Petr ic k Holleran Tlus state ment .... s f iled with tlle

County Clerk ol Orange County June 12, 1975.

F447S. Publ ished Orange Coas t Daily Pilot,

J Ul'le 16, 23, 30, July 7, 1975 21'!0- IS

PUBLIC NOTICE

FICTITIOUS BUSINES5 NAME STATEMENT

PUBLIC NOTICE FICTITIOUS BUSINESS

NAME STATEMENT The following per!>Otl is doing busi-

11Hsas: AUTO MAR INE SPECIALTY,

llM«l Amistect Str eet, Unit G, Fountain Valle y, CA. 92708

Arthur James McCormic k, 2952 .Java Road. Costa Mes•. CA 92626

Tiiis business is conduc ted by an in-dlvldue l. .

Arthur Jemes McCormick This statement was filed witll the

County Clerk of Orange Cou11ty on JUl'le 17, 197S. ,,.....

Pvbl ls.Md Orange Coast Daily Pilot, JIW!e 23, 30, and July 7, u . t97S 2259-lS

P UBLIC NOTICE FICTITIOUS BUSI NESS

NAM E STATEME NT Tile following perwn Is doing busi·

"'~as: TYPE II , 'TYPE 2, TYPE TWO,

11805 A Sky Pilr k Circte, Irvine, CA. 9270S · · . Suzanne Barwlc l<, uoo Owgall,

Irvine, CA. 9170S Tris business Is conducted by an in ·

d1vidual . Suia1111e Barwick

'This $latement was liled with the Cou11ty Clerk of Orange Cou111y on June 4, 19IS.

F444SO Pubhshed Orange Coast Daily Piiot,

Junn, 16, 23, JO, 197S 2081-15

"':":s~ollO'W1t1g per son Is dotllg busi· - PUBLIC NOTICE PTL EN'TERPR I SES, 1S10 ·---- --------

Oegtior11, ~nla Ana, CA. 92704 · FICTITIOUS BUSINESS Wiiiiam E. Cenlers, 1S10 Ot'l',lhOm, NAME STATEMENT

S.111• Ma, CA. 9270.C Tile following per!>Ofl Is dOlnQ buSJ . 'This bu$ineu IS conduc ted by at1 lt1- nessas :

d lvldual. SOME OTHER TIME COMPAN Y. Wlltlllm E. Centers 11191 Soutll Cout Hlghwa4y, L.aguna

Tiiis s tatement w u fi led w111> Ille Beach, CA. 926SI Coumy Clerk of Ora 11oe County on J- Eugene C. Curtis ~ .• 1891 South 2s , 1ws. C:out HIQllw•y, L.agu11a Be~ CA.

F4S1U t26SI Published Or•nQt Coast Daily Pl lot Tllis business Is conduc ted by an in-

J une 30,anc:t July 7, 14, n. 197S 2374-7S dlvidllel. • .

PUBLIC NOTICE Eugene C. Curtis Jr.

Tiils stetement w u filed With tile County Cl•rk of OrenQe Cou11ty on June

----------- 17,1915. FICTITIOUS austNUS F .....

NAME STATEMENT P\lbllllled OrA11ge Coe't Delly Pilot, Tiit fOllowt119 person Is dolng busl· June23, 30, •nc:tJuly7, 14, 197S 2311 ·7S

nessu: HOT ooc; ON A S Ti cK, LA PUBLIC NOTICE

HA8 RA. No . 30 FasnlOfl SqUMe, .... -----=-----.-n. CA. 1i1107 #nold Aoy Merriot t, 210022nd St., f'tCTITIOUS BUSINll!SS

Nl'wpoft8 .. cll, CA. 92660 NAME STATEMENT Tiiis bo.!Slneu Is c.onduc lt d br ~ In· TM follo ... lng pers°" Is CIOlno busl -

clivi~ . nessn: ArnoldR. M•rrlott REWARD E NTERPRISES. 270

Tiiis st•teme11t was f iled wltll 111t Newport Center Dr ive, Ne wport BeKll, ONlllY Cle;ll of Orenge Cou11t., on J- CA. '2660 2S, 1t7S. ,..,

1 Johll Virtue, No. S Hubor Island,

Newport 8eKll, C•llfornl• •2660 P\lllllS!Wd Oranoe Coast Oail'I Pit«, Thi s ~nlness Is conduc ted bY an in·

J.-30, anc:t July7. 14, 2t, 197S WH5 dlYldU•t. JoMV1rtue

PUBLIC NOTICE Tiils s tetement was med Wltll tllt ------------I Gollnly Clert; of Or•11ge County on Mey

STATaM'alitTO .. WITND•AWAL • 30• ms. F...s ........ TNl•SHl .. O .. EllATING . Publlstled Orange coast D•llY PllCM,

UNDI• f'ICTITIOUS June 23. 30, •lld July 7. 14, 1t7S 2-.1s ICllfllflSS NAM a

PUBLIC NO'nCE TM totlowlne - - ,,., wl1P1C1r.-­. , a 9e111ral pa rt11er ftOl'll U\e

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The imprisoned murderer of actor Ramon Nov· arro has won a writing award and says he'll keep on writing because it helps him " reflect on experience and see what it m eans."

Paul Ferguson. 29, who didn' t start school

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PEOPLE prize for fiction from the · ..._ ________ _._ American Cent e r of

P.E .N., an international writers' group.

f 'erguson, who says he is a former steeplejack, cowboy, carnival barker and p*rno Cilm maker, was honored for a short story about a disillusioned young m an in jail.

"It's a bout a hippie being arrested at a human rights demonstration," says Ferguson, who was sent to San Quentin Prison in 1969.

* * * Rep. Martha Keys said her impending divorce

was not a spur-of-the-moment thing caused by any one event and ther e was no other romance involved.

The Kansas Democrat said she and her hus­band, Kansa s !:;late University Dean Samuel R. Keys, have been considering divorce for some lime and a decision to proceed was made about three months ago.

''It will be in terms of a joint agreement ; there wiU be no controversy over it at all," she said.

The Keys have.lour children, ranging in age from 14 to 24. •

* * * Pope Paul VI conducted the largest ordination

ceremony in history to mark the 12th anniversary of his reign and r eminded the 354 new priests they were " the salt of the earth and the light of the world."

The Roman Catholic pontiff, speaking before nearly 100,000 Holy Year pilgrims and families of the new pries.ts from 50 nations and every continent, told them to "go into all the world and preach the gospel to every nation.

F1anked by 20 cardinals who assisted in cele· brating a Mass, the Pope sat behind a high altar in St. Peter's Square on a sunny summer's evening where 12 years ago he ascended the throne of Peter.

* * * The Federated Italo-Americans of Southern

California. r epresenting 40 organizations, cited Al Paclno, Tony Musante and Robert Blake "for their portrayals of Italian-Americans in positive and sympathetic roles.''

Blake, born Michael Gubatosi, was named for his Fole in the television series " Barella," Musante for " Toma" an earlier version of " Baretta" and Pacino for the title role in the film " Serpico."

* * * Hoping to attract votes from conservatives next

year, the Prohibition party wants to· shed its preoc· cupation with liquor and take a sober look at political reality.

" I'm sure most people think members of the party have one foot in the grave and the other on a·· banana peel," said Earl F. Dodl(e of Lakewood , Colo., the party's executive secretary.

Dodge, 42, added that the party's image needs changing. He said most people think prohibitionists are humorless moralists who wear stovepipe hats and "are perpetually sucking on a sour lemon."

Another award for the entertainment world -tbeJoakie. ·

Photoplay magazine announced the award for ·contributions to comedy and presented the first one to the m an it is na medfor - .JackOakie.

The comedian, who has embarked on a writing career at 71, recently contributed an article to Photoplay.

* * * Susan Sadlier, Miss Massachusetts of 1974, re·

!used to crown her successor and planned to sue the Miss Massachusetts Scholarship Pageant. Inc. for alleged harassment.

She called for t.he Miss America pageant to re· voke the franchise ol the etate organization " so that no othet" winner will be forced to submit to the harassmetl cont~mptllOUSDess and diadain that has been my experience at the hands of the commit· tee.''

Miss Sadlier. of Lowell, withdrew from the pageant and said her attorney, Robert M•nltrOSIH, advised her to walk out If the committee refused to provide a &tatement ot her finmcial aff aln. She had been scheduled to crown ber 1ucceaor S.ur. day nlaht •t the concluslco ol I.be 1tate pa1eant In New Bedford.

* * Walter Browne, Berkeley, •~«11fully de·

fended b1s U.S. cheN championsh.l_p title ln Oberlin, Ohio, wbenfourofthefivetlnal~weredrawn .

Browne and 1eCOIMI place Kea a.,.ff Rochester, N.Y.1 cJuallfied or the tnterzonai matches, to be he.aa next 7ear at an unde~rmlned 1tte.

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A Shell fuel expert tell$ why the right ·gasoline for your car might just happen to be unleaded. And offers help on fighting knock in a '75.

Ymt, I'll tell you how a thing like lead got into gasoline in the first place. Then I'll talk about some problems that the right gasoline can solve. After that, I'll tell you.why there's talk or "detuning" some '75's.

At the end, I'll give you some infonnation about our own Shell Super Regular Unleaded.

How lead got there in the first place

The first gasolines didn't have lead. They worked just fine in the low compression engines of the early 1900's.

Later, the higher compression engines ran into"knock". When an enginelmocks, some of its fuel-air mixture explodes all at once instead

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In nonnal operation,A), the fuel-air mixture inside a cylinder bums smoothly, starting at the spark plug. When an engine !mocks (8), some of the mixture explodes all at once.

of burning smoothly. You c~ hear this as :i pinging, rattling noise.

In 1001 it was discovered that adding cer­tain lead compoWlds to the gasoline could prevent knock; and this discovery paved the way for higher efficiency engines.

Since octane numbers measure the ability of gasoline to resist knock, you could say that lead increases.a gasoline's octane rating.

Because of e~ions standards for the '75 cars, most of them are designed for unlead£d gasoline and the law requires them to use it. In these gasolines, the job of lead is usually done. by high-octane hydi-ocarbons.

Unlead~ in rour pre-'75 car But the pre-1975 cars don't have to use unleaded. So why should you even consider it? Because one of the unleadeds just might turn out t.o be the.right gasoline for your car. By

Octane Facts and MJths Test yourself

The more octane, the better. Mytlt;. An octane rating any higher than your car needs does no good.

'lber,e la more than one kind of octane ratinr. .

Fact. For example, the octane rating used moet in owner's manuals comes from the ReHOrch octane tesl The Moto1· octane. teet gives a lower rating. The number you often eee on gasoline pumps is, in accor­dance with a government ru}e, an average of the two. It's ueually three to five num­bers below the Re.earth oc~ne rating.

Run-on ftln be an octane problem.

right, I mean the one that gives you the best balance between price and performance.

Here are three performance problems that might be cured· by a change of gaso­line - perhaps to one of the unleadeds.

1. Stall out - the engine dies when you put it in gear while it's cold.

2. Hesitation - that stumbling feeling when you try to accelerate before the engine is fully warmed up.

3. Run-on - the car keeps chugging on after you turn off the key.

Of course these problems can sometimes have mechanical solutions, t.Oo •. But if your car is in· tune it's smart to try to solve them by swit.ching gasoline first. And when you shop aroWld for the right gasoline, don't leave out the unleadeds.

If you do end up using an unleaded, you get a nice little bonus. Your spark plugs and muffler will last longer. Tip: If your owner's manual does not recom­mend unleaded - and if you drive at sus­tained high speeds - a tankful of leaded fuel every 4th or 5th fill-up pro~cts exhaust valves against excessive wear. ·

There's more than one way to fight knock in a '75

The law says that unleaded gasoline must have a "Research octane m.unber" of at least

, 91. (Somewhat less for high altitudes.) Most unleaded gasoline is only slig~tly above this minimum.

But some '75's are ·knocking with these fuels. And we expect more of them to start

••• We estimate that one out of every three 1975 cars will eventually develop knock using the 'average unleaded gasoline.

knocking as they get older - about one in three of them, in fact.

"Detuning" the car, - that is, having the i~tion timing retarded - is one way t.o fight the knock. And this is one of the remedies being considered.

But detuning has some bad side effects. It might hw-t performance. And, all oMler fac­tors being equal, detuning can hurt your gas mileage. (See chart, next column.) ·

For example, if your car's ignition had to be retarded by 4 degrees to get rid of knock, you could expect a mileage loss of about 4 percent. That would cost you money - as mucJl as if you paid about 2¢ more per gallon at today's prices.

And detuning may be against the law. Check before you have it done.

The right gasoline might be the answer

' There are differences in the octane ratings

significantly higher t~ the minimum.) 1t may be better than having your engine detuned and possibly w~ting fuel

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1.-fileage decreases by about one percent for ever) degree the timing is retarded from the proper set-.ting, up to six degrees. ~·

Tlis is one of the higher octane unleadeds available­Shell Super Regular Unleaded. .

Shell Super Regular Unleaded gasoline has a Research octane of 94· or 96 in most parts of the country*. That's3 or4 numbers above the federal minimum and signifi­cantly hjgher than most other unleadeds. If your '75 car knocks, using this could be the solution that will let you avoid having your car detuned and maybe wasting gasoline.

In addition, Shell Super Regular U nleade'd has excellent detergent proper­ties and is blended for good driveability to help solve problems like cold-engine stall-out and hesitation. ·

Maybe one of our leaded gasolines is right for your car. Shell Regular has a Research octane of about ro or 94• and good detergent proper­ties. If you can use this (and more than half of our customers do), stick with it. It's our lowest priced gasoline. Super Shell is our top-priced leaded gaso­line with good driveability, excellent de­tergent properties, and Research octane of about 99or100.• It's blended for top rate perfonnance in pre-1975 cars that require. high octane fuel. Tips: If you use Super Shell, give Super Regular Unleaded a try. You could save money. If you use Shell Regular and have driveability or run-on problems, try Super Regular Unleaded before going all the way ·up to Super Shell. •Somewhat less for high altitude areas.

Any questions? Write me. Send yoW" questions to Bob A we, Gasoline Product Manager, Shell Oil Company, P.O. Box 61861- Civic Center Station, Houston,. Texas 77208.

If you like, ask for our free booklet of gaso­line-saving tips, "Confessions of A Mileage Champion."

And to help you keep an eye on yotn" gaso­line consumption, many Shell stations are now giving away free "nomograph" mileage calcu· lator cards that let you figure your gas miJe.. age in a few seconds.

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of unleaded gasolines, just as there are with leaded gasolines. So if your '75 knocks on the a¥e~-unleaded, try switching to an unleaded with hiaher octane. (The"' are a fe\\\

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Joint Air Use Tricky By WILUAJISCH&EIBE& °' .. ....,., ..........

l Jolnt use of mWtary airfields by commercial ta.d priva te planes, long argued as a major poten­

IOluUon to Orange County Aill>ort's troubles, is not uncommon around the rest of the country.

And equally common, according to Federal Aviation Adminis tration CFAA) documents are contracts given by private or pub.lie airfields to the military for joint use ot a dilferent variety.

But FAA, Department of Defense and Orange Cowlt)' officials a ll agree the procedure for ac· ~mpfishing the use of military fie lds by civil -aircraft is complex and, al times, arbitrary.

"EACH ONE IS AN individual case and de­pends oo whe ther or not the civilian operators can be accommodated," said J ess Speckert, a regional FAA official in Los Angeles.

" The militar y makes the determination if s uch joint use would impinge on their mission, " be said. " In aJmost eve ry case, the Defense Department up­holds the d isc retionary judgment of local comman­ders .''

Specke rt also said such use is generally ruled out when a military field is heavily used by high perfor mance ai rcraft, s uch as the Phantom and Sky hawk jets based al El Toro Marine Corps Afr Sta­tion .

The top brass at EJ Toro has consistenUy re· jected aJl s uggestions and overtures by county airport officials tha t the base be used by com· merc1a l jets, to ease the burden at the county airport, which is critically impacted by noise.

THE ONLY OTHER major military field in the county is Los Alamitos Naval Air Station, used primarily for r eserve training. Navy officiaJ~ have frowned on joint use in the past .

A Pentagon official who preferred not to be n a m ed was contact ed Friday r egarding the possibility or joint use at either Orange County base.

" Joint use arrangements a re very ha rd to get in

applied wben croawtndi ol at leut 40 to 50 miles · an hour hit the county airport. · " lf we are under heavy clouds and they are clear, we can't use them" Bresnahan ••id. "In my eight years here, we haven't used El Toro once."

The airport d.1redor noted the pollcy is a holdover from the days when old DC-3 aircraft new into Orange County Airport. He said wind was far morec rilfoal in tbecaseofthoaeaircraft.

The FAA Us t sbows there are 14 military fields in tbe U.S. and its posseMlons open to unrestricted joint use by commerciaJ and civilian craft.

ANOTHER 38 MJLITARY airstrips are open on-· ly to commercial a ir carriers and ce rtain specified! c ivilian planes. Of those,22 areinthestateof AJaska, where a viation is considered vital in tbe extremei clima te.

A total of 41 fields fall into the most r estrictive joint use category where use is permitted only in heavy weather or em ergencies.

Bes ides the list of joint u se of m ilitary facilities, fbe FAA study lists 135 other airfields around the country that are owned by private or public entities and shared by military aircraft. ·

A TOTAL OF 11 of those fields a re in California and five are in the Los Angeles and San Diego area .

The P entagon source s aid joint use would never be possible in any fashion at Strategic Air Command (SAC) bases, which are classified in the top secret category .

The source dad note, however, that in some American cities, including EJ Paso, Tex., the SAC bases and commercial airfields are located in the same a rea and m ay even have pa rallel runways separated by security fencing.

OOYears .For Aldrich

MayBeAxed. SANTA ANA - Oranie County aupervllon will

be ukecl ~ to lbelve UM idea of annual l)UM9 f« eouaty c•mplna para ucl recreatioll facWtJes.

H.G. 0 oeorae .. O.borae, oou.nty Envlronmen~ ta1 Mana.ieateDt ,..._y clirector, will ask the board not to couicllr tbe concept because of a number ol drawbacu. TbeH lnducle:

- CoatenUon1 Uaa& U.. eounty'a current. camp­tq fee structure la reuooable and competitive and there are no recent complaints oo rue.

- MISUSE OP TllB annual paaaes would be bard to control. ·

- Park jdage by oon-count.y residents could in· crease as vacationen are drawn to county f acllities

UC Irvine Chancellor · because oft.be discount. or free usaae afforded by an ·Daniel AJdricb bas been annual pass. . presented a pin and - Operators of commercial campgrounda may certificate honoring bis :feel the "8DUal pa11 often an unfair tax money aub· 30 years of service to the :sidy. . university by retiring UC - 'l'bere may be legal problems if passes are of· President Charles mt.ch. fered onJy to county residents because state and . . . ed federal 1raot mooey baa been used in some county

.Aldrich, appoint to part acquisitions bead UCI in 1962, is now . · . the senior chancellor in ~·N~ SAID BE could see senous pro· tbe nine-campus uc · ~ems witb migrant campers who would take up re­system . He joined the un· sidence ~~ ~ne park us~. the pau an4 jump to ivers ity in 1943 as a other facilities when the liaut rum out. junior chemist at the The county cu~tJy ~b_.... f!2 per campsite citrus experi,ment sta- for . one m~tor vehicle w1lb or without a towed tionatRiverside. trader dunng the winter months and $3 per site

H e 1 a t e r be c am e from May 1 to Sept. 30. chairman of soils and SVPE&VISORS ASKED Osborne's office to plant nutrition at the study annual pass procedures starting last sum­Davis and Berkeley cam - mer. puses. He was university On t.be positive side, Osborne s aid, annual dean of agriculture when passes may enco~rage more U;Se of county camp!ng appointed UCI chan· parks. But be said the negative aspects outw~1gh ~eUor. the positive.

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L.,_ A. Clendenin, 8"11 Chui• Vb&I, OMa Point, CA. 9262'

Kerell C. Orlando, 2051 Port oie1- Pl., Newport Beach, CA. t066e

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uedltors of the •bove n•med -.otnt ttwt •II per$0M llevlng c:l•lms -oe!Mt the sefd de<edent .,.. required to flle 1Nnl, wltfl tM iwc:essery voudlers.. In Ult office of the cler11 of the ebovt en­•tltled ~t. or to present them, with the MCftMrY v~hers, to the undtrslQM<I •t 23a1 El Toro Rd., Ste. 203, El Toro, CA. 92630, whlc:h Is the piece Of business of Ule underslonH In •II .,utt..-s per­t•lnlno to th. estate of seld dKecltnt, wlt11ln four months •Her the first Pllbllullon of this notlce.

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bases." he said. Call ~ " Among othe r things, the runway layout of the' ..

bases m akes ~curity a problem and the use oflhose ALCOHOL HELPLINE a1MM . . . b b" .... I OM NOTICI! O~ SAL.I! Off "EAL s mall, fast jets lends lo make )OlDl use y ig 8 3 5-3 8 3 0 -c HO~E•TY AT ~RIVATE SAL•

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I 24 Hou- a day "' Gallfornl•. In end for the County of Los • 111111111 J 111 the SuPerlor eo ... rt of t he state of

COUNTY AIRPO RT Di rec tor R o b e r t •.• - - Angeles. Bresna han has completed the El Toro half of a 1n the M•tter of th• E't••• of two-part joint use study that will come before ,, ALCOHOUSM COUNCIL Of Orang• CIHlnty NOTICE 1s HEREBY 01veH tMt IE FRANCIS E.HARRIS, OecH.O. the county Board of Supervisors in about three a the unc1ers1gn«1 wm M ii •t prlv•t•

l d al · h Lo Al "t Ule, to the highest end Mst bidder, w~ks. The~buhalf~ e ~t s am1 m. ~============~--------------------~ ~~to~n~~onof~~~ Conclusions in the report r elative to El Toro 1------ - --------- -------- - eowt on or 11tter the :tou' d•y Of Junc1, "bl 1'7S, at the office of RYLANCE & r eportedly st a te that the only poss1 e w ay to ~c· WHITMORE, •01 E. Yorba Lind•

complis h joint use would be to construct an off·s tle Blvd., P1ac:ent1•, c11111. n •10. County of terminal and bus people dlrectly to waiting planes ;.:t~":r..':'a~·1~n:r~~11:;n!!i!1~ on the base runways. · cHWCI, In •nd to 1111 the cert.In ,...1

property ·,11..,ata In the County 01 Bresnahan 'ssludyisalso expected loinclude re ·. or 11n9e. statt cf C• ll fornta, fe rences lo the FAA documents that list a ll joint use! rticu111r1y • scribed .s 101~. to fields around the country and to what extent civilian1 "":~ °'

31st11s 0111141 west 1w111 of.,,.

aircraft use them. .-th in o1 1oc l , In B1oc11 s. Peges 11 " ,.

The FAA lis t defines thr~ types or joint use. • °'.an:,..':";~,;.:~:y known n : 041 fi elds, including those used by c ivilians without. Eureu, YortMI Llnda, c.111.

restraing, those used by only commercia l carrie rs: Termsofw1e cash1n111wfulmoneyof U. Unlled St•lts on conflrln9Uon of and those tha t can only b used in emergency condi-· ,.1 •• or pa rt ush •nd bal-.,

ti bad eather · evidlnc:ed by not• secured by Morf.a OnS Or Very W • or Trust 0Hd on the pr-rty SO 104d. Teft pef'cent of •mount bid to lie dtposlt· BRESNAHAN SAID EL Toro aJready fal ls into ectwttnbld.

the latter 1"oint use category,_but be s aid it is only "8ldsor offfr>tot1e 1n wr1t1nvllndwU1 - ti. received •t the eforewld office • l

Deaths Elsewhere SAN ANGELO , Tex:

(AP) - Former Gov. co*ke Stevenson . who lost the 1948 Democ r a ti c no m i natio n for U.S . Senate seat to Lyndon B. Johnson by 87 votes, died Sa turda y a t 87. Stevenson ser ved as Tex· as governor from 1941 to 1947.

COLU MB US, Ohio <UPI) - Dr. Warren Gamaliel Harding, IJ, 69.

R e-e lection SACRAMENTO (UPI)

- J oseph Sinnott or San D i ego h as b ee n r e­e lect ed to a one ·year term as cha ir m a n or the S t a l e High way Com ­mi s s i o n . Will ia m Leo n a rd , a Sa n B e rn ar d i n o bu s i · nessm an , was re·e lected vice·cha irman.

prom inent area physi­cian and humanitari an and ne phew or President Warren G. Harding, died Saturday from an in· operable brain tumor. Al the l ime of death , he was working on a book on the m e di c al hi s t o r y o r

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BERN IECE L. GRAY of L.eguna Hills, Ga. 0.te of death June 29. 1'7S. Survived by Mr son, Roller1 H. Grayot Cost• Mesa; two grandchlldret1; brother. John KeMeth Sav1191 of San ~n.ndo. Mrs. Gr•y was• menmer of Tiie United Metttodlst Church ot L.agw\a Hiii s. The P. E. O. , Orang e C.O..W.Cy Weiiwn G ... lld, A liso Oull of Laisure World and PHt Secretary of Occlaental College Alumni Assocla· tion. Services will lie t2 noon Tuesoay, Peclfk V~w Cha,wl. Or. Lawrence F Hawley of The United MelnOdlst Olurch of LA9una Hiiis Officiant. The fllmlly s11999sls memorial contrlbu­llons be m ade to The American c.anc.r Society. P•clfk View Memorl .. Park Mort.....-ydlrectors . .

KLINGE ft GERTRUDE A. (Nanl KLINGER,

lovlnQ wife of Wllll•m E. (Ed.) Kl· Inger ; beloved mother of O.bra, T-a. Marilyn and Wllll•m E. Kl· Inger, Jr.; sister of Robert E. Walson, M.O. Md JOfln W Walson, M.O. Mass of Christian burial will be this ewn1rig. Monday, June 30, 1975 •t 8 :00 PM, St. Joadllm Churc.h, 1"'4 Or•nge Aw .•

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STATE Of'CALIA>ft NIA OP:FICE O" ARCHITECTU• E

AND CONSJRUCTION NOTICE TO CONT .. ACTOltl

SEALED PROPOSALS .... 111 be re· celWd by Office of Architecture •1111 COnstructlon, 0.1>11rtment of General Se rvices, Room 301', 107 South BrOlldw•Y. Los A~les, CalHornla . ..,. til 2:00 p.m., Wedn9'd•y. J"'IY 9, 1'75, at 'Miich lime trwty wlll be publicly opened and reild In Room 1101 et said llddftSS for: V

CONVERT EXISTING REFRIGE~~TOR TO FR!;.EZER DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH FA I RV IEW STATE. HOSPITAL COSTA MESA, ORANGE COUNTY, CALIFORHIA

. (W.O. HFA•OO .r. ac;c,ordinie with plaiu and 'f*lfk•· tioM ttlerefor, •nd SIKh ..ie1en0a therelo ais mey tie lswed prior lo bid open1no date . . ·

111 genetal, thl' project C:°"1P'lses removinQ •nd altering mHt slor990 track' and lle1199rs; removlnti mstlno lntulatlon; f11rnlshlng end lrgtalllnQ new frMter room lnsul11tlon; frMier dooo, lath and pl11ster, concrete 1>11d, chain-li nk fencin9 • nd oate; l!eW con­dtMlno Ul'lts, un it cool•" · c:olls and refrigeration piping and alleratlom lo existing refrlger•llnti equipment and llrws; and related eltc:lrlcal wiring, INIMllM»rds ana switches.

The Contractors• Sl•t• Llcen~ Board has determined thll t contrec1ors must lie llcenHd In the foll- 1"9 cl•ulflcatlon lo bid on this proJec:t: B or C·ll.

Bidders m11y see plana and Sf!KlllcatlonS 11t UH Builders' EX· change Offices 11nd Contract ~· ment Section, ISOO · 5th Strfft, Secr-nto, and Office of Archltecwre encl Construction, 107 South Br~y. LOI Angeles.

Bidders un obt11 ln pl11ns • nd lf!Klllcatlons, Proe>0sal for-. end Bidder's Bond form by req1.1tstlngU.m In wrlll"9 from Contrec:t Mal\99t,,..nt Section <Post Of fi ce Box 1079, Secr11mento, Galllornla tSIOSI, or In perliOft from Cofttr•c:t Mal\llQlt,,..nt section In Sac:r•mento. Teltrii- 19161 m -2111.

Plen' and soec:lfications may be oe..a1ne0 wltl\out ctieroe and . ,.. not to lie returned.

No ""' wUI be considered _..... It Is mede on • PropoMI form twnllNO by Contrect Ma~gement Se<tlon end Is mt* In ac:c:ordanc:e with "ln5trvctf­to lllddeB."

PreQUallflc•tlon of bidden under the St.ale Co!ltrect Act 11 not requlreo.

Pr ... 1'9nee wlll be 91"Mld to llld­llars ~•Y trecil'ellfled •• "Smell 8usl~" In 114;cordance with S.CllOn ,_ IC . ..... Tiiie 2, C.ellfornl.,..M­mll!lstratlve c.cte.

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WASHJ?ifOTON <AP> - The birth control pm.11 fOJ.na to the do••·

•llpJ*t auneptlou.sly to ~e m.llllom of at.ray dop . runninf ~U.S. nelfbbarbooda. And lt •not recommended fw cata. . 1t can be hidden In the female's

food but you 're barkinf up the But vntU now the only method · wroGI tree 11 you tblnlt It'• likely of dot birth control bu been 1ur. to eootrol the pet population ex- lical oont.racepUon - lpa~a ploelon. · and cutration. Once done, It 1 lr·

. reversible. The plll almJ:!r So far, at least, federal · poetponee poaatble motberb .

aui~UDM Umlt ltl avallabWty to. plYOtl.I' dot can be a mother later 11.

~,...crt-•- b'v a y..a--a-arl ans cban1e, accord1n1 to the ..,.._. ~ vten.u an. marketer t'• relatlv49ly expensive. And it The F'ood d D Ad '

hd to be elven to a female dog -·-· an rug • ooce a day over an ellht·da UlllUStration gave a 10-ahead apanatacarefullyUmedperiody last November to Scherin1-

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In New Delhi

Police Smash Gandhi's F Oes ..

From WI.re Services : NEW DELHI - Hundreds of club-swinging

~li~e have crushed a d~monstration aaaimt Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, smashing frightened pro. t~ters across the legs and dragrfng them by the hat.r.

Some 700 poUce, some on horseback, others with bayonets fixed on rifles, swarmed into the old city of Delhi Sunday to oust about 500 protesters from the grounds of town hall.

At least 30 persons --------·'were arrested in the first

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emergency five days ago.

FBI Seeldllfl 18 . ~~E .RIDGE, S.D. - The FBI has no positive ~dentil1cabon on tbe 16 persons sought in the shoot· mg death.s of two agents on the Pine Ridge Indian­Reservabon, but ''we have a eretty good indication of who they are, ' • a spokesman said.

Spokesman Thomas Coll said Sunday that more ~an ISO aj?ents wer~ searcbin~ the rollimr. ru1u~ed hills of the reservation, the second largest in the. country, for the 16 persons believed to have been in· volved in the deaths of agents Ronald Williams and J ack Coler.

Wor•t Air CraM NEW YORK - the death of the 112th victim has

made the crash of an Eastern Airlines 727 jetliner' near Kennedy International Airport last ·Tuesday the worst single plane disaster in the United States.

The worst previous single air line crash in the' United States occurred in um, when an Alaska Airlines 727 crashed near Juneau, killing 111 persons.

Refl•ll f• .SO..dfta NAIROBI, Kenya - Kenyan newsmen invitt9d

to Somalia to refute an American report of a mluUe. base built by the Soviet Union at the Somali port 0£ Berber a reported today that they were unable to say: whether or not the facilities existed.

Reports for the Daily Nation and the Standard said Somali officials restricted their movements during a OO·minute tour of the port on the Gulf of Aden despite previous assurances that they would have unlimited access to inspect facilities.

2 ~ld~ap Arrest• SHERBROOKE, Que. Two men faced

charges in Sessions Court today in the abduction of a 63-year-old wife of a Quebec margarine manufac-· turer for Sl million in ransom.

Constable Pierre Lemarbre identified the two suspects seized during an early Sunday morning raid which freed Mrs. Lena Blanchet as Fernand Beland, 37, and his brother J ean-Marc, 25.

E%tradldon OK'd A Melbourne magistrate approved the extradi·

lion to Britain of runaway BriUsh lawmaker Jolul S&onebouae and bis former secretary Mrs. Sbella Buckley.

StonehotJse, a 50-year-old fugitive member of the House of Commons, started a hunger strike in' Pentridge Jail three weeks ago to protest the slow. progress of the extradition proceedings. He de· manded quick handling of the case so that be could return to London and defend himself in Parli.am~nt.

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"INITI~ 8£8PON8E was very 1ood, '' •atd tbe •Poke.man.

Ht didn't bave any actual Hlea fiiuret but •'a couple Weeki 810 itwudotn14u1tewell." " ·

Dr. Henry Hewitt, chief of the small animal branch in the FDA'a Bureau of Veterinary Medlclnez said the 1overnment "bu baa no negaUve repwts. tbusfar."

Researchers have been trying for years to develop an alternative to sureery. At least seven other comoanles or un-

ivenlU• hope for FDA approval of tbelr producta - ranfini from vaccination a1ain1t precnanciea to vaflnal ln.aertl - 1a-..r th.la year or early 1n 1976.

OV ABAN 18 adminlltered at the rate of one miWsram per pound o/ a dot's wel&ht for eight days before her entry into beat.

Dr. Edward Micbelitch, a veterinarian in Great Falls, Va., says he's had limited inquiries about it. He doesn't expect the chemical approach will be used - at least for years - by other than owners of show dogs who want to be sure a pregnancy doesn't affect chances in com­petition.

Natlollally, coat for cutr.U. ol a male do1 ranges from about m to "'5 and 1paym. ot a female '35 to more than t>.00. Mlmelitch atimatea the pill will ~ as . m~b u '30 a year. ·

.,I THINK MOST own.en of female do11. when they ftnd out the coat1 will say. 1 l'll apay or I'll watch', " Michelitch aaid.

He teela the atray dog problem basically is one of humans: aome people abandon a pet after a few months because of problems they didn't anticipate but which any pet owners would know they'd have. He'd like to see " educaUon courses" for folks before they can have a pet.

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Music Ab ho red

OKLAHOMA CITY <UPl> - Terl Moran aays a airl ean 't be a topl .. cllmcer' lcwwer, 10 lhe bu become tbe eity'a llnt -·-u•mpooer. '·

· '"fte pay la load, md tbe Ups are load." &be said. "I lllay set an appnntiee lica11e and learn to be a barber."

• , Teri. 21, awitebed from topleu dancing at a NASBVILLE, Tenn. local club to topleaa lbampooiq at Bob llay'a Torii

(UPI) - Jass musician Club Barber Shop, where a shampoo and a hair. and bandleader Stan style coet $12. . Kenton bas joined drum· "YOV CAN'T BE A NUDE dancer forever," mer Buddy Rieb as a she said. persona non grata in the ,May said business was pretty good without land of country music. Teri, but decided tbe ....... ess angle " would' add a Ut-Kenton became an out- """"' cast with these wor~ : tle extra attraction."

• • r · hate country and Teri, a buxom blonde, said customers have ac-westem music. It is ig- cepted the inoovaUoo apparently with a minimum

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'IT'S IGNORANT• . St•n Kenton

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a jazz musician - I abhor it."

KENTON, WHOSE progressive jazz has been popular for 30 years, told the Nashville Banner newspaper that country music is •·a na­tional disgrace."

" I've waited a long time to say this, " he said in bis dressing room at Cedar Lake, Ind.~ where his group was perform­ing. " The country and

CARLSBAD <A P> - western mus ic is an The proposed Nemo's absolute national dis­Secret Harbor am1:1se· grace and the lowest ~ent park may be s~- form of contemporary rng on the drawing music. board.

The Leucadia Town "IT'S A LOT of whin· Council voted 2.3·~ to ~P- ing and crying and I can­pose the $1~1-mlllion Dis- not understand why the neyland-hke develop- American public is buy­men~. Carlsbad Com- ing it. I guess because it m~ty ~ause voted 3S-O is being crammed down against it las t week. their throats."

There w o u l d be Kenton said he didn't har~ul effects on the want to start a " revolu­environm e~ t and t~e lion" in Tennessee, but community, s a_id thought it wa s time speakers repres~~tmg somebody spoke out. the 350-member citizens ··1 hate almost ever­group. ything Nashville stands

A Los Angeles de· for, " the band leader con­velope~, R~mm OoulLon, tinued. •·country music has sa1~ Middle Easte.rn h a s n 0 c b a r m o.r Mexican mone~ w~d whatsoever . It is music f1na~ce ~he project m forthemasses. Bat1qu1tos Lagoon between Carlsbad and " THIS SHOULD be no

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4Jan•t tbateelflab?~ "Ob, what'• wrong?0

••tt•a different when they're your own.•' ·

The barraae of comments that ll'eet the couple who choole NOT to have children baa slackened in the tbree-and·one·balf years IUace the NaUonal Orpnizatlon for Noa.Parent.a was founded.

But the conditloaa that the members or1anl1ed to filbt are still an intecral part ol. American life.

'Jbe national organbation now' ii some 3,000 strong. Los Angeles boasta 200 members and the Oran•e County Chapter started lut fall baa a membership ol. GO.

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Tbelr meeUnas ofter, if DCJtb.1ng else, a chance to apend an even· int NOT talking about cbildren, diapers, babY ·•ltters and

·pediatrician'• billa, Dowd said. NON hu two m&Jor goals­

education and counseling, he Nid • .

D18CaDJJNATION

Dowd and Yorba Unda mem· bers Sbarott and Tom Treat, an executive secretary and a techni· dan, explained some of the social pressures and economic discrimination against non· parents.

.. Companies are reluctant U;> hire single men or married men who have no cblldren. They know that ooce you have one child, you're likely to bave another. You're hooked.

0 1t•1 very difficult to pull up roota and move when you have children," they said.

Dowd cited the example of an ArlJ10Da member wbo attended the national convention in Los Angeles . He worked for the telephone company.

" He was divorced and had two children by his previous mar· riage. Everyone else had a pie· ture of the wife and children on their desks. He didn't,

" When he pulled out pictures from his wallet'Of bis two sons, the whole atmosphere changed.••

PllONATALISM NON is concerned at how "pro·

natallsm ,. is ingrained in American society.

••Look at the magazines and television. Children are used in commercials to sell products not even vaguely related to children.

Pregnancy and motherlioocl keep the soap operas rurarun,. 0

Taxes, public school aupport and insurance are examples ot institutionalized pronatalism, they said.

For example, $750 deductions per dependent child on federal in­come taxes means that those without children must pay a pre­mium for the pri vllege of not reproducing.

Meanwhile , these lar1e families are using up more re· sources than the child-free cou· pie.

A harder line to count.er is, " We can afford to have this many children. They go to private schools." .

Do they produce their own energy, fuel and food as well?

Child-free couples also support public schools for other people's children through taxes.· .

Many group insurance plans favor large families to the detri· ment of small ones.

Single people and child-free married couples share the cost of larger families. In some in· stances, NON research revealed, f amities of two are assessed iden· Ucally with families of 10.

ADVERTISING BIAS Airlines and Amtrak advertise

"the more children you have, the moreyousave."

NON offers informal counsel· ing and referral services as well.

Much of the information· needed can be obtained from or­ganizations such as Planned Parenthood, Zero Population Growth, Birth Control Institute and the Association for Volun· tary Sterilization.

But not all of NON's members are non-parents.

"One of our national directors is a parent. Approximately a third of the m embership have children, but support NON's ad· vocacy of the c~ild-free lifestyle."

The Dowd~. his wife a teacher, and the Treats have been asked how they can rob the "gene pool., by not having children.

HAPPY WITHOUT Or, " Why did you get married

if you don't want children?" Because of the way parenthood

and the motherhood mystique hav~ permeated our culture, "some people just can'~ accept the fact that the two of ..us are a family and can be happy witb9ut children," Sharon said. · ·

Good reasons for non· parenthood include : oves:popula· tiOR. finite i:e&ources, more time for community and personal pro­jects, careers can be as fulO.lling, being f ooUoose is fun and "allows f.or creativity beyond bio· reproduction."

They quoted a University ot Michigan study which revealed , married couples without children , are happier. ·

NON members have been mistakenly labelled " kid haters" · and the group disputes the

Si-ngles Accen.fuate Positive· charge. i

" Wh en you don ' t have­·children," Treat said, "you have more time to give to public service, to help kids who need you.

By BEA ANDEaBON look at their attitudes about the °' ... o.lly ,.. ... ...., lifestyle, she asked: Thesinglelifestyleconjuresup What are rour opinions?

images from swingers to the Images? Negative stereotypes? withdrawn, lonely individual. Do you look at the single life as

However, unmarrieds needn't an interlude? If you do, it can be experience either extreme, ac- a depressing state. • • like limbo. cording to Anne B. Sloan who Can you consider being undlar· believes the lifestyle offers an ried as a valid lifestyle? An op-ideal opportunity to get-to know portunityto-becreative? · yourself. She advocated students begin

It is a creative challenge, she exploring 'themselves as unique said explaining the contem· individuals and discover porary approach that she used in pouibillties for growing. a 10-week series for singles at A problem.of being single. she Santa Ana Community College. admitted, is loneliness. However.

Ms. Sloan emphasized self· it is a fact of life and it's more awareness in l.lci:res and painful 'to experience when we

11--w-0~mop exar.ds hic~1U'ri~sh~elai • ---i

were designed to .hel)>' partic· ' pants get to know classmates bet· THIE OF FREEDOM ter. Look at your 'atngleness as a

Although the approach is un· time of freedom, of not being tied usual, it was the format sought to another person's perception by students. and evaluation, •be .. sus1ested.

When polled about their re· Too often we deftne ounelves asons for enrolling. they said: baled on others' Im~ of us.

· By trowing, we discover self· -Hoped to learn how othen Uw worth and we don't have to look

CJ1ld tunctkm wUh Joulnuaond "Oa- to aomebody else for validation, e".and how tJteri.adJtial. to sbesafd. ·

awlnoardne11 of HMo OM. However, ahe a_dded, we c~-laculce /or perlOlllll growth. 1 not ·begin to unfold until we

1DC11 looking for.4 de/fMUofa of bdno aeknowledse wbere we are at. lingle. 1 • . She recommended that .. every

-Wamed so Jeana more.olx>ld Ille moment you are awake, exarnln' 1lo10 prOUH Of .adjustment .and who yOu are pombl11 hotD to nJoll U. • l'Take- 8' · ~n.est look at your -To med.oa 11'(/lbN lwlcJatlor. l emotlanal fteed1, baftl•upl, 0 'I1le

wanted to ,_,,.,abotd 1dacd I toOMld latt~ dam• the tree flow of a· /acef1rilKI Jingle i/ I Qd4 divorce. prHJlon 10 eel rld Of the

-To IMror.a podt~ ftde to~ a blockqe, 'ah~ advised. 1ingleUf1. . . ,.

" We'll ak.lp the nefativ•.' ' began the ln1tructor wbo re· entered ain1le Ille four yean a10, " Instead, we will take a look at oUl'lelvee u lndivlduala, not u stereotypes. · . "We'll empba11le that there la no preeedent, rule, role or model on wnat 1ln1les do or how they 'behave,'' lbe aaid. Qu~ from an article In

Cat tan, 1be Mid, "Beint 1iD11e. la like drownlu. It'• a ratier deH1btf\al' 1ennUon ance )'OU le& used to it."

In pidlna 1tudenta tn takial a • \

To clo thll, Ms. Sloan said. we have to mentallY take ourselves apart, 1ather fact.a 8Dd ~­'lure belief 1y1te1M. Better yet, elhnate •laat'1 not w.tdnl f« you. \

.. Re-evaluate Ideal. Only keep wbatyouwant.

''Sort out. Clean up. 1 .. Alk..1._ Wbo am I? What c1o I

want? wnat do I needt "nact rour an1wen. Don't ac·

eept. what oUMra t•ll JW. tt 11.11 eclllatloJa. • b• said, l• a powerful .eapon for ieulns in touell. A•d, ahe aald, u the .. 'mOlllt.en ,, ••rf •ce. don't let

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them scare.you. Deai with them and JOU will feel a lot beUer, abe uaured.

Ms. $oan surfested .. cteaninf up little thinas tlrst. It releases enel'IY and the track record buil4a confidence.

0 1'ou have to do 10UI' own work," 1be tltressed. A tbel'aplat can offer techniqu. and live support but they cm't do JOQr work for you. any man tbaa dllest JOUr food or brea1be t« )'OU, abe aald.

rAiNnJL, ICA&Y . "lt tall• JUU," Ille warned.

'' Alld It CID be palnftll. .,.. .ace )W have 1tntcbecl ~ tlae palndt~.

"OolllrontiD... aeary, but lt lfOrkl. By merety olillrvtDI a ~.you've 9lteHdlt.

"WbeD yoa are ••an. dl8Dceil occur, wbtcb mea1111 )'CM& bave

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taken responsibility and have chosen to be different.

"When things are different, be prepared for su~rises." · Ma. Sloan believes it's easier to re--evaluate and restnJcture your life wbib! you are single. Mates can feel thr•tened when they see their partners• growth.

"Take the OP,portunity now," lbe encour.aged. "You may not be ...,le all tbe time. And even if 1'"1.,., clo It anyway."

At the conclusion ol. the series, 1t11deat1 were examining. evaluatlna and re1tructurtna. ~ they aot what they eame far, u their crttiquea ln· daded ~b comments a:

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ing no matter the marital atatus. - I learned thot I need . a rela·

tionllfip with 80meone who is un· WhbUed. -I learned how to get into

tlw #;r conaclous . and found deep ~ ltoppin.ess from this inner /14me: · -I wos surprised to discover

on ...,.,._ .ond extremely painful · ,,.,,..., that up to now W0$ hidden. It woa uo&uoblc becout• ft i.9. an. orea 1 om ftOtQ aware of. and worlcinQ on.

-1 lf'af'Md tho& ft i• OK to be Jingle. -l lea~ld to be Jtiat ,,..,.,.

The success of tbe class can be meuured by such facts as aboUt half of those enrolled completed the course, that Ms. Sloan was uked to lecture on the atngle's challenge at the Women'• Center and that she wlll be repeallftC the course in September al Cyp.ress Colleae.

" If you're a parent you may not have the time or money for other people's children."

At Easter, for example, local NON members began working with children from the Social Rehabilitation Services project in Santa Ana .

"Having someone to take care of you in your old age" topped the list of adverse reasons to have children. Mother's Day is il· lustrative of their point.

'NO VISITORS Members spent the day visit·

ing women in an Anaheim nursing home. Of the 17 visited, all but two were mothers. One had a daughter living a block away. -· None had visitors other than

~ NON. " We realized the sacrifices

these women made a nd the responsibility they had raising children and felt they deserved recognition on this special day, " Sharon said.

Also on the "bad" list are: to give your parents grandchildren, . to carry on the family name, to be fulfilled as a woman, to prove you're a man, to have someone to· love (or possess) and because .everyone else is doing it.

Many NON members made • their child-free (not childless) . decision years ago and have weathered the pressures.

" Most of us are pretty in· dependent individuals," Dowd said. "And, we've been able to handle pressures,on our own."

P eople mistakenly assume that these couples were only children. Sharon was in the mid dle of an ll·child family.

" I practically raised five younger brothers and sisters,• shesaid. .

She doesn' t fall for the line tba goes: It's different when u· your own baby.

1bey all believe that aWtudes are ,radually chal\ging. Memott bers are less defensive and tbei critics lesa hostile.

Tboae lntei .?8ted in le mote about .the croup can att the neJCt 111eetln1 at the PlaeenU home of Ann Beauchamp. 993-4921 after 5:30 p.m. fOI' mair9ff lnrormaUon.

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Half C~ Together Mr. a~d Mrs. Raymo!ld F . S~ell of Santa Ana Heights celebrat­ed their golden wedding anruversary with a dinner party in the Costa Mesa home of their daughter, Mrs. Nancy Burgess and granddaughter, Susan Burgess. The Snells were married in Chicago and were long-time residents of Evanston. Retired from an insurance company, he is a member of the Costa,. Mesa Golf Club. The honorees will continue their celebration by join­ing friends at Lake Tahoe.

DE AR -A 'N 'N LANDERS : I read a . new1 atory recently worth aharlnf. An elementary acbool prin· dpal became dl1treued watcblnr pupils to11 moat of their luncbea into tarba1e cans.

To dramatise the waste, this principal

· gathered the pupils and teachers to1ether and dumped the contents of the nearest trash can on· toa table.

Among other · itemi, out rolled large, un­peeled oranges, shiny red apples with not a bite missing, and an assort- · ment of neatly-wrapped sandwiches. A sixth· grader prepared the of· ficial inventory - 41 sandwiches, two cartons of milk, two whole pieces of chicken, three bags of potato chips, 19. apples, 13 oranges, one piece of cake, an untouched carton of chocolate pud· ding, four wliole carrots, two small boxes of raisins, 19 pieces of can· dy and 14 cookies.

After · tlie demonstra· tion, the principal sent a letter to the parents of his 430 pupils, itemizing what had been found in the trash can. Teachers launched lessons on food waste and nutrition. The.

children were 1mpre1Md with the ~perlmnt and learned from it.

Pleue print thll, Ann. Perhaps wbea acbool opens in tbe fall, otber' teacben mlfbt want to try um experiment. -CAUFORNIA READER

DEAR ANN DEA& &EADS&: LANDERS : I've aeen

Mat a ...... Ideal I many letters in your col-lllearUly ~=It- WDD defending th• rtcbta DOC oal7 for 1e bll&' of 1mokers vs . non· alto fer •••ewlw•~ U amotera. I'm a smoker tllle7'4 -..Ve die....., wbo makes every at· uWU el.....,. fa.._ tempt to keep from aed clleek oa wlaat la bothering other• and tbrowa oat 4ally, now I wish THEY would pertlap1 t•ey •••Id re1pect· MY right ll<lt to dauae dlelr meau. be bothered by their

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' .doas. Why is lt that ever had to sit near and normally nice people smell a wet, dirty H811J to think their pets IDClllfrel on a train or a belonieverywhere? bul?

Why haven't you blast- As a former member ed those boora who insist of the Harvard Universi­oo takina their do1a into ty atudent community, I b, ea u t y • b ops , was •Pl lled at the 1 u p e r an a r k e t s , number of dogs (and· restaurant., office build· cats) allowed to roam ing1 and public con- thecafeterias! veyance1? Have you J have also found that

·people who take their dogs everywhere fail to give them proper groom· ing or training.

Aries Cycle's High The only exception is

seeing-eye dogs - they are invariably beautifully-groomed and well-mannered. Please address yourself to this problem, Ann. J have -HAD IT TUESDAY,JULYI Accent is on work, home life more com·

By SYDNEY OMARR routine, some restric- fortable - and beautiful. ARIES (March 21· tions. Special occasion gift is

April 19): If you expect SAGl'M'ARIUS (Nov'. on agenda. smooth sailing, your ex· 22-Dec. 21): Creative pectations could fall urge ts · accented . · ·· short. Cycle is high but Unusual situatil>n could . If today Is your blrtb· there are changes, bounce in your favor. day fotces are scattered chinks; the armor is not Key is ability to adjust, this year. This month smooth. to be flexible, to utilize you make new, exciting

DEAR HAD: Accord· Ing to tbe Chicago Public

.Health Dept., tbe state replatlons say no pets are allowed wbere food is prepared, procesaecl or stored.

Golden Year Marked

TAU&US {April 20· available materials. contacts. Charge into U you are botbered by May 20) : You get inside Somo details are elusive. project; get to heart of dogs in places wbere tbe. information. You ascer- CAPRICORN (Dec. matters. You are law says they sboalda't· lain fact.I , figures which 22-Jan. 19) : Empbasi.sis dynamic, dramatic , be, complain to the verify or br.eak dow~ . on self-esteem, how you creative and members oi.. manager. If he falls to story. Your intellectual view yourself. Aim high opposite sex are drawn cooperate, report him to curiosity is active. - you are capable now to you. tb~ district attorney.

GEMINI (May 21-June of dealing from position 20): Friends may fight of strength. Know it and

Mr. and Mrs. Robert James Laughlin, 12-:Year residents of Corona del Mar, were honored on their golden wedding anniversary with a buf­f et reception in the Balboa Bay Club.

Hosts w e re the ir dau1hter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. David B. Roberts of Newport Beach . The honorees also have a son, Robert J . Laughlin of San Diego and nine grandchildren.

Mr. and Mrs. Laughhn were married in West Des Moines , Iowa and moved to California in 1945. Jn Pomona he

·belonged to the Elks Lodge and she was a member of the As- · sistance ~~gue.

Since their move to the beach, both have been .. active in the Executive ·Club.

among themselves. You act like you are aware of 1-:========::i-;;;;=Winftiiii;p;jjN;;;;;;n~;;­could be drawn into it. center of controversy. AQUARIUS (Jan . Key is to remain 20-Feb. 18): Hold off on diplomatic, objective. journey if possible. You

CANCER (June 2~· have plenty to do at cur· J uly 22): 'Rug may ap- rent location. This will pear to have been pulled become evident as you out from under you. Ac- receive calls messages.

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blessing in dlSguise. It . March ~) ; . Accent is OD YOUU FEEL IT TOO!

gets you o_n new track. money . · budget, v.israiFFPlALA :aAl&OA ISl.NfJI~=====~====~ :. •• ,~::J'>!.i. Pt ... _.Pf

You are nd of precon- purchases which make : Ntwport18eoch21

21~~1·~. "'."'· ceptions. S48-.t .,,.,. ~ Call 642- 5678. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): · ~ Put a few words

What is said, written~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~=w~o~r~k~f~or~o~u~·~­becomes more mean­ingful. Whether destruc­tive or constructive will depend on you.

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22 ): Finish wbat you start - be a good listener, sympathetic to needs of individual who aided you in past.

LIBRA (Sept. 23-0ct.

Among guests attend· - :Mr. and Mrs. Robert Laughlin

· 22) : You feel better if you look to future instead of brooding about the past . What was ap­parently " lost" will be replaced, including financial opportunity.

SCORPIO (Oct. 23· Nov. 21): Hunch p~ - heed .;,'inner voice."

GLORIA MARSHALL METHOD OF REDUCING COMES TO SANTA ANITA

Cel8breth19 thrOughOut Callfomial ing the celebration was Lorim or. I o wa who ?Mrs. Laughlin 's · sis · served as m aid of honor ter, Elsie Gray of· attheir wedding.

JM NEVERWAl.KS THE MIDDLE (f THE ROAD ! with a little different stitching we gave a whole new look to the wedge. but the look of a little girl's sandar we didn't ctmnge at all . (an a~lute~ da~ing way to baby a cotton skirt aoo t-shirt.) nm, tan or wh~e lather from ~wafer-crepe sole on"- 29.00 the . . . par II J11

•. costa mesa. JOSEPH MAGNIN

Also attending were Mrs. Raymond Aller~ his sisters, Mrs . Russell Mrs. Nellie Davitt, both Meehan , Denver , and 'of Des Moines.

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Morrie Kirk 's new 40-foot two­tonner Hun-icane Deck continued her winning ways Saturday by taking overall and Class B honors in Balboa Yacht Club's 20-mile Aliso Pier race; a feature of U.e 66 Series.

TAWAS CITY, Mich. But the bi& surprise of tbe race CAP) - The yacht cameinClaasAwhenJackRoot<lyn's Ricochet out of Detroit 73-foot cruisinJ yacht Ballyhoo from made its way through an the Cruising Yacht Club of Australia overnight fog to take tbe beat J ack Baillie's 12-meter News Boy

BALLYHOO IS here prepping for the Transpac wbich gets under way next Friday, and is expected to be a real threat Cor first to ti.dish in the 2,225-mile biennial classic.

Since being launched late in May, Hurricane Deck bas won Class B in the Pacilic Ocean Racing Conference (.PORC), followed by an overall win in Newport Harbor Yacht Club's West .End race of the Ahmanson Series.

Monday. June 30, 1975

lOR-A - i, Ballyhoo; 2, NewsBoy; 3, Regulus II, John Garrison, NHYC.

IOR,B - 1. Hurricane Deck; 2,·Ban­dit, Steve Morton, Chicago YC; 3, Swift, Mallinckrodt .and Post. BYC.

IOR·C - 1, Antares, Alan Andrews, BYC; 2, Showdown, F.W. Ritcheson, Capo BYC; 3, Wildfire, Ralph Mack, BYC.

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BYC; 2, Merryd~wn, Bill Lat>Worth, St. FYC; 3, Chmook, Tom Schock, NHYC.

MORF-A - 1, Andale, G .T. Graham, SSSC; 2, Sequoyah, Jim Moore, SSSC; 3, Vivacious Il, Bill voo KleinSmid, BYC.

MORF-B - 1, Relapago, Bill Jones, VYC; 2, Sail Le Vie, Don DuBose, VYC; 3, Dingo, Anderson and Huber, CBYC. lead Friday at the onelapsedaswellascorrectedtime. IOR·D -1, Andiamo, Bob Sodaro, Ricochet Light at 10:39 ' ________ ....;_ ________________________________________________________ _

a .m., six mlp.utes ahead of Aggressive II, whose , ................... -... .... ~~~._._ ..... ~ ....................................................................................................................................................... .. c~ew i.s defe.nding· cham-pions m the mternalional race.

Aggressive H's co­skippers F:rank Piku and Dave Gamble of Grosse Pointe wpn the event last year in San Remo, Italy, in Aggressive I and are1

defending their laurels in a new boat this time.

Tawas Coast Guard station officers said they had the seven vessel fleet on radar but said the Cog was so dense they could not make out the name of the other five boats as they ap ­proached the turn at late :µiorning. - RaCJe officials said it

took 24 hours to complete the first half of the 200-mile event as the wind dipped to the two­mile an hour r ange at some points.

NewpQrt's Beek Wins lnAlalJarna

MOBILE, Ala . (UPI) - Barton Beek of Newport Beach won the final race and an overall second plac e fini sh Saturday in the 1975 North American Star classic yachting cham­pionships in Mobile Bay.

Beek, the 1964 North American winner, and his crewman, Chuck Beek, finished second in overall competition behind Ding Schoon­maker of Miami. The Beeks had another first , two thirds, a fourth and a 20tb place finish .

Schoonmaker and his crewman, J erry Ford, were ex~mpted from the

,, final run after totaling 183 points in the first five races in this best of six contest.

Thirty-eight yachts en­tered the cham­pionships, which were bothered at least two days by high winds and light rains forcing the postponing of the final race until Saturday.

100 Boats Compete

In Regatta Over 100 boats in 11

classes showed up on the starting lines for the Yacht Racing Union of Southern California's an­nual One Design Regatta Saturday and Sunday. The event was co-hosted by Balboa Yacht Club and Bahia Corinthian Yacht Club.

The Yacht Racing Union is composed of 13 property-owning yacht clubs in Southern California.

LI00.14 (11) - 1. Olck LIMbef'99r, ABVC; 2, Marty Lockney, LIVC; J , Pet Ounl911f1, eve. .

LASER·A (13) - 1, Phll Grffne, NHVC; 2, 8111 Wheeler, BVC; 3, Kevin 1<1r11. ave.

LASER 8 (15) - 1, Marilyn KC)ll , NHVC; 2, Jemes Gormen, BVC; 3,

• Jeff Scott, LI Ve. SABOT (16) - 1, John Shadclfn.

\.8VC; 2, Brien Ktnf, LBVC; l , Doug Teull•~ 8VC; 4, Steve01to, ecvc.

PC 112l - 1, Joseph Genn, SOVC; 2, Hlty.rd Brown, CB Y C 1 3 , Ray J¥«kl, PMVC.

FINN (S) - 1, Tom Willson, BVC; 2, Oreo thrrls, BV C; 3 1 Rendy MeclA1'911 MBVC.

INTERNATtOHAL· U (6) - 1. .,.....,. o.tes, ave; 2, Jeck Wells, SC· CYC; Sb8enGre-. eve.

RHO ES.U (4) - 1, 8111 Teylor, ave. ~S C7l - 1, Altn Johnson, CBVC;

t , Mlttt di DOl\eto, NHVC; 3, At., ArrMtronv, C8VC.

SANTANA·22 C7l - 1, Otw and Berber• Turner. S8VC; 2, H•P He"ls, 8CYC; 3, Rod Rodhelrrl, VYC.

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Tbe 6-Coot·3. ·211~pound Val· 19ueoa. who prepped at Fountain Valley High and starred at Orange Coast Colleae, was tbe lfb. 2 quarterback behind Gary .Adams Jast year. V albuena com­jlleted 39 of 75 passes for 577 yards and six touchdowns. He's a vaduate of Teiinessee.

Miles, who played last year With Memphis, gained 325 yards In 92 carries. He is &-0, 190 and flayed at Bowling Green. f The Sun still has three 4'1arterbacks in camp - Daryle Lamonica, Pat Haden and Mike Ernst.

Tea•• L..e M•ttet1 NEW YORK - A record eight

National Football League teams l05t money in 1974, and league ticket sales fell by $6.6 million, according to the NFL Manage· ment Council.

In a financial report released today, the council s aid the average NFL team had an aft.er· tax operating profit of $256,000 in 1974, down 45 percent from the averag~ 1973 profit of$472,000.

The league did not identify P'hich eight teams lost mooey, but P:n official said that three other clubs made less than $100,000. In 1973, the two NFL teams - one of them Houston - lost money.

Published reports have said the Miami, Dallas, Washington, Green Bay, San Diego, Ptiila: delpbia, Houston and New York franchises were the ones which lost money in 1974, but those re­ports have not been conflJ'Dled by the clubs. ·

Wing• Pirk Barlclefl DETROIT - Doug Barkley to­

day was named coach of the Detroit Red Wings, suc~eeding Alex Delvecchio, who will re­main as gener al manager of the National Hockey League team.

AU·Fra%1er Figltt1 KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia

- Promoter Don King confirmed today that a heavyweight fight between Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier bas been agreed upon -it Ali does not retire.

" The fight has been signed," King said of a propoeed third Ali· I•'razier fight. in Manila. "But Ali has retired. and it's all up to him."

,Pi•r•fl lfljttred INGLEWOOD - star jockey

Laffit Pincay Jr. was injured Sunday when thrown from his mount in the third race at HollywQOCI Park.

Pincay was taken to the track's emergency hospital. He was not seriously injured, although suf­fering a concussion.

The accident happened shortly after the start when Pincay's mount, Noel 's Bagel, appeared to cut t.o his left and to the inside. ·Pincay went off to the right and the horse flipped over the rail but regained his feet and appa1jently was not seriously injured.

Forretea 1'1•• INGLEWOOD - Forceten, a

6-1 shot owned by Saron stable, ~rprised Sunday by winning the $209 ,800 Swaps Stakes at Hollywood Park as the favored Avatar finished sixth in the field ol eight 3-year·olds . • Jockey Donald Pierce brought Forceten from off the pace to win by two lengths in 1:594/Sseconds for the 111 .. miles over a fast track. iibirri finished second and Diabolowas third. . Kar••akers Win•

COPETOWN, Ont. - Rookie Pierre Karsmakers of Mission Viejo took the overall title in a Grand Prix motocross event with two second place finishes Sunday ..

Karsmakers , riding in the seeond Grand Prix of his career, was ridinM a SOO cc Honda on the cme-mile course.

He took the overall title despite ftnt·place finishes by Roger DeCroster of Belgium on a Suluki ln the first heat and Genit

lnki of The N etberlands on a l!lllZ\llki tn tbe aecond beat.

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KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) - Deftodiq beavyweipt chamPioa 11-.mlDlld Ali and 811Uab cball.,_ Joe Buperto­day comDletecl tralnbtc f<W tbelr outdoor title match'..

Buaner •badow boxed and skipped rope at Ne1ara Stadium and -declared Wmself " fit and atrona • . . I aball atve. a very eood show tomorrow."

Bugner aald he weighed 2216 pounds today and that be expect· ed to abed abovt 14 pounds in the humid beat aaainst AU Tuesday.

Johnson Lea~

By Stroke OAK BROOK, JU. CAP) -

George Johnson was just looking for an exemption and lightning. jolted Jerry Heard, fresh out of a hospital bed, was looking for the title going into today's weather· delayed , double-round, 36-hole windup to the $200,000 Western Open golf tournament.

But iC conditions aren't right, Heard won 't challenge.

" If I get tired in the first 18 holes, I won 't play the second 18." Heard said Sunday aft.er his gutsy 74 had put him within five strokes of the lead.

" And," he continued with a smile, " if there' s a cloud in the sky, if it's just the tiniest little bit cloudy, I probably won't even hit it off the first tee.''

Heard , Lee Trevino and Bobby Nichols were s truck by lightning Friday in a violent thunderstorm that swept over the 7,002-yard Butler National Golf Club course. All were hospitalized for treat· ment and observation and were released Sunday morning just before the delayed secood round.

Trevino, the hardest hit oC the three, and Nichols headed home immediately. Heard went to the tee.

Johnson, who has yet to win in seven years on the pro tour. gained a one-stroke lead.

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It'• the ftnt heavywelaht tlUe flaht lD th11 part of the v.wld. All vs. Butner ii to be tereened a• one-third of a chaml)60111blp tri· pie bill involving llpt beavy­welabt ch am pion Victor Galindei against challenger Jorie Ahumada and mid· dleweiaht titleholder Carlos

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All wu rated a a-1 fa\'Orite by · oddlmakers in his lab UUe not.

At 33, be'• el1bt yean older tfau the· European beavywei•bt diamploo.

AU wet•hed 225 at tile aatctal ~l•h·ln Saturday but wu ex­l*ted to enter the rlnl uncler 220.

The champion collects $2 millioo dollars tor bla efforts. Bu«Del" geta $500,000,

Wimbledon Tennis

Evert Tops Stove, Gains Semifinals

WIMBLEDON, England CAP) - Chris Evert, the defending Wimbledon tennis champion , labored to defeat Betty Stove of The Netherlands 5·7, 7·5, 6-0 to­day and reached the semifinals.

· In another quarterfinal match, fourth-seeded Evonne Goolagong of Australia struggled to tum back No. 6 seed Virginia Wade of Britain 5-7, 6·3, 9-7.

Evert was far below her best form. Stove, the only unseeded woman in the quarterfinals, often outplayed her, but she, too, was erratic and her game disin· tegrated in the final set.

Evert, who usually guns so ac· curately from the baseline, passed her opponent at the net only four times in the whole match.

Stove was on the attack throughout lhe first set. She moved forward and volleyed, drove deep to · Miss Evert's backhand and missed nothing overhead .

seemed to upset Evert's coocen· tration, and Stove won the next two points and then the next two games for the set.

Evert led 5·2 in the second aet, but her opponent came back to S.S. Finally, Stove, whose service bad been erratic from the start, double-faulted twice and dropped her service at 5-7, and Evert took the set.

The final set was ftill of poor play, and most of th4:_{bad shots came from Stove. :sne tossed away point afterJIOint-by netting s imple forehands or driving them wildly out of court. All of her early sharpness had gone.

The champion played more steadily and just had to wait for the errors on the other side of the net.

Stove served seven double faults to two for Evert. But the Dutch woman also served three aces, all on game points.

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A bomoh - Mala)'llan wltcb­dodol' - bu been aullD8d to M­aure clear aklea. Weather farecutera clo not expect rain. TM temperature wu exped.ed to beintlleeoa.

A crowd ol about 15,000 waa ex· IMlded to attend the contest in kerdeka Stadium, whlcb holds .,.. 38,000. The bout was to be oa bome TV ln M alayala.

Security precautions were atrle?t. Police combed the atadium today tor bomt.. Ali and Buaner have large conUnaents of

bocb'IUards. Busner aald be expected Ali to

statt1aat. "Tbe first few raGndl lhouJc1

nail¥ be bot • • • AU wiU almost certalnl1 try to domhrate tblnp."·

Ali baa declined to plek • round in whicb be · would attempt to knock out tbe ehall~. Bainer loet • ~l'GUDd cteelalon to Ali lA Lu Vesu. Nev., .ia FebrUar)' 1973. In tllat tl1bt, All predieted tbat be would put Buaner away ill round seven.

\IJodgen Fal,l Again

Sl11mping LA . -Calls for Help

LOS ANGELES (AP) - 'Jbe Los Angeles· Dodgers limped home today, losers ol seven or their la~ eight games, hoping a friendly ball park and a new face would change their fortunes.

The J)udgers, 5-2 losers to the San Francisco Giants &mday, sent out the call for left·band hit· ting help .and John Hale is respe>C'cliog. The 21-year-old out· fielder joins the Docllers this evenin1.when Los Angeles opens a three-game series with the San Dieeo Padres.

Sunday, San Francis co . .

manager Wes Westrum summed up Loi Angeles' futility: " We got their big men out." It was sue· cinct and didn' t really say how Westrum felt to complete the Giants' most satisfying series sweeps in 11 years.

Not since June, 1964 have the Giants swept four games from the rival Los Angeles Dodgers at Candlestick P a rk . But Tom BraClley and Randy Moffitt col· laborated on a six-hit, 5·2 triumph Sunday that did just that.

Pitch,ing was the key. The Dodgers collectively batted .205. 'Ibey hit 26 for 127, with the heart of the order - Jim W~n. Steve Garvey and Ron Cey - muster· ing only five hi~ in 43 tries for a .1l6mark. · ·

"We've ~en- in a horrible hit· ting slump and have been unable to score runs," offered Dodlers' manager Walt Alston as his club dropped seven games behind the

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Cincinnati Reds in the National League's Western DlVislon.

The Dodgers scored Ollly eight nms in the four.ga'mesweep, five in one game.

San Francisco, Idle today. totaled 19 runs and batted .3ll ln the series.

Bradley, starting only because injury knocked Jim Barr fro.in the rotation, posted his first vie· tory or the season for a 1·1 ~­cord. Moffitt registered his third save in as many games tor a total of seven.

Bradley and Don SUtton, 11.S, were· locked in a scoreless duel until Von Joshua's triple and Derrel Thomas' single made it 1-0 in the fifth. Thomas' homer triggered a three-run seventh in· Ding.

Shakeup Loonllng For Angels

MINNEAPOLIS <AP> - The ~alUomia Angels, wbo could use a little cheering up, may get a lit· Ue shake-up today.

Manager Dick Williams, quiet· ly brisUing after a seventh sue· cessive defeat, vowed to a.huffie his. lineup .'tonight when the Angels launch a eeven·da>', eight-game trip to Minnesota.

"I'm not too impresaed with what I saw of my team," Williams said after the rampag. ing Oakland A's completed a

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sweep of their three-game series ·with a 7·1 romp behind the combined two·hit pitching of Ken Holtzm~n , 8·1, and Rollie Fingers. ,. "Som~ people just arert:t play­

ing up to their ability," said general manager Harry Dalton. " We'll make some moves if we can." 1

The Angels open their trlp tonight against the Twins by sending Frank Tanana, 5·4, against Ray Corbin, 4-4.

The A's ran their winning streak to eieht with a 13·hit bom· bardment ~g · st Nolan Ryan and Don K ood. In the three games wi b he Angels they harvested 29 runs and ts. But the American star, who

had dropped her service in the· fifth game, broke back to level at 44. Evert then went to 54, and in the next game had two set points against service. Stove saved one of them with a lucky scooped forehand.

Irvine's Martin Ryan pitched for the fi t time

· in 11 days despite a llnlND"• ..... groin injury i.n his rilbt leg abd he ref erred to himself Sunday as "a power pitcbu witbo~t

At deuce, a shot from Stove was called out, but the umpire overruled the lines man and or· dered the point ~eplayed. That

Bane Wins Ninth SACRAMENTO-Southpaw

Eddie Bane, former Westminster High and Arizona state baseball star, improved bis Pacific Coast League record to 9...f Sunday when · Tacoma defeated Sacramento, 9.3.

Bane, drafted by the Mln· nesota Twins two years aao, al· lowed flve hita in ninetnninp.

Seventh at· Pocono LONG POND, Pa. (AP)-A.J.

Foyt learned his le880ll. The con· servatlve approach gains him nothing.

" I buna back at Indianapolis, waiting to make my move, and what happens : the rain wubes out the last 25 laps and I'm stuck in third," Foyt aald after winning Sunday's rain-shortened 500-mile race at Pocono IntemaUonal Raceway .

Rich Muther of Laguna Beach wu 13th, Jerry Grant of Irvine wu 14th and Duane " Pancho" Carter, the ex-Marina student, wu 2tth. Carter retired with a set ol burned out valves.

Skies were kinder to Dallen­bach on Sunday than they were for the Indianapolis 500 last month. Dallenbach wu leading there comfortably, but bis engine broke - only 10 min11tea before the rain started. .

"You never like to flni1b second, but it'• a w~ lot better than breaklna: • DaUenbaeh said.

power." , . "That," he aaid, "~n'tleave you with much." It left Ryan with bis fourth de·

feat in a row and a recordof 10.7. He yielded nine hits and f~r nma, tfiree e•med, ln six and two-thirds iQl\U)(s. . ., .

Ryan also walked seven, hit a batter and comlt'itted two throw· ing erron on-pickoff tries at first base. He struck out feur.

"I juat couldn't get any throat off my ri1ht lea,•• he said gtumt1.

•'I knew it was a risk aoina aut there but the lea wun't tetUnc any better. It doe&n•t feel a'ny wone now than. lt. (lid ~ore tile game ao 1 auesa .that indicatea I didn't do an.Y furt~~e. "' '

Pele Captivates Fans

Foyt didn't do any banctng back durina the Pocono race, which waa red·flataed after 425 mllea,. and tbe veteran Texan and bla VS.powered CoJOte declared the winner.

" I kept my eyes on tbe sky when I could," Foyt said. "l saw the raba cloud comma· tMre at the end, 10 I turned up the power all tM way to 10 for broke.

Claudell., Waabinltan drove; in four runa - lncludmf a game breakina two·run single in the fifth.

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BeHent defeated Brad F.altermeler in the sintlea finals in three Hts, M, 3·6, 7-5.

Jn doubles, the duo we>n 1n straight sets over two former Newport Harbor stars.

Dorene Irish women's tennis coach at UC Irvine, was on two win· ning doubles teams. teaming with her mother &o capture the m~· daughter ~vent and J)lay· ing on the winning women 's C doubles team. ..

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Mexicans In 1-1 Tie· With Poles

LOS ANGELES (AP) - Un iversidad of Guadalajara scored in

· the 82nd minute of play Sunday to earn a 1· 1 titie tie with the Polish na· tional soccer team in an exhibition ~t the Los Angeles Coliseum. ·

It was t.be first blotch on the record of the ·Polish team· during its current North American tour. Poland had pre· viously won three games.

Poland got off quickly, scoring in the third minute when Joachim .Marx blasted a shot from

· eight yards out on the right side of the goal to beat goalie Nacho Calderon.

U nlv ersidad of Guadalajara, which out· played the Polish team the reet of the way, final. Jy got a tie when Agustin Estrada ' s five -yard, point·blank kick beat goalie Jan Tomaszewski. who only allowed five goals in seven games in the World Cup tournament last year in Munich.

Guadalajara outsbot the Polish team 12·5 in second half. A crowd of 10,~ saw the games. Poland earlier had beaten Hartford of the North American Soccer

~ League 2·0, the U.S. Na· tional team 4-0 in Seattle and Guadalajara 3-0 in San Francisco.

The next stop on the Polish tour ls Wednesday night against Chicago. Other stops are scheduled in Cleveland,

· Montreal and Toronto.

FV Nine Wins, 7-1

Fountain Valley American Legion baseball team defeated Brea, 7·1, Sunday in ac· tion on the winner's field.

Mission Viejo won on a forfeit from Los Alamitos.

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Sl!ATrLE (AP) - A penalty kick tie-breaker •••• UM Lot Anlel• Aztec• a 2· 1 victory over the Seattle Soanden in a Nortb American Soccer Leaaue game Sunday · night.

Tbe Sounders mad.e two of !lve. but the Aztecs made four of five. · with the deciding kick P'Jt tn by Alex Ruasell.

Los An1ele1 drew rll'St blood 19. minutes into the game on a goal by Julie Vee from 13 yards out. Seattle evened the score at 32 minutes on an eight yard header by mid· fielder Arfon Griffiths off a pas.s from Paul Crossley.

The Sounders outshot the Aztecs 20 to 15 and bad a 9.1 advaotap orv corner kicks. but· f.oa Aneeles goalie J/!Jtrt Taylor made severaf Jtey saves. Late in t.be game Taylor deflected a Hank Liotard shot off the crossbar for a save that helped send the game in· to O~tflim~. Th~ outcome left Seat·

Ue nine points ahead of second-place Portland in the league's Western Division.

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Saut,. Coast League 'Champions Members of the Mission Viejo High girts badminton teall) that won the South Coast League are pictured . Front row. from left, are : Fern Shepard, Donna Cate,· Jan Widing, Jane DeVries and Kathy Brassfield. Middle row: Linda Grimes, Tami Bredeweg, Paulette Ford,

Jenny Ragan, Lori Good, Heidi Audet. Robin Schmidt and Rene Norris. Back row: Jenny Hoselton, Cori ' Young, Darlene Madewell, Cindy Grimes, Mary , Diamond, Cindy Chain, Leslee Norris and Debby Seal.

SouthScrimmagePleasesPizzi~ Even though the South

had only worn pads for Uiree days prior to its first scrimmage Salur· day morning, its coach, ·Bill Riu.ica of Newport Harbor High, sounded like he wishet:rthe Nor1h· South Orange County high school prep football classic was sooner than July 12.

'.'We're really pleased with the way the kids have learned our

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system," says Pizzica. ·'They executed our of. rense vel'y well, and the offensive linemen have r eally learned their blocking assignments."

The South only scrim· maged 40 minutes Satur· day.

· ' It was enough time for us to answer a few questions," Pizzi ca said. ''And we were pleased with everyone.' •

Piz~ica praised Maler

Dei's Pal McKeon. Santa Ana Valley ' s Jim Tesimale and Santiago's Fred DiPalma on of· fense. And he was im· pre sse d with El Modena's Scott Johnson and Santa Ana Valley's Noble Franklin on de­fense.

" John so n i s as physical a specimen as I have seen," Pizzica says of the 6·2, 220·pound All· Orange County standout.

··He hits and pursues well and always gives 100 percent."

Franklin helped lead Santa Ana Valley to tht: 3·A title, and the 6-2, 172· pound safety was named to lhe CIF J..A first team.

"Franklin is quick and moves like a cat," says .Pizzica.

Tesimale (5·10, 190) and DiPalma (5·11, 195) are part of a strong of.

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SAMTA MC*ICA - 1ll an~: " ~ eod;'6<e1ko 11ns., sanc1 baSs • ., MlltM. .... -1,.~: -nic:k aid, - ~I. 4 Mlibut, 12 callco • s.

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PARAOIU CIOVI! - 1~ Aft91tts: 426 rocJi cod, 1 hellbut, 363 catko bns.

The Golden Wes t Shawn Guinn had a run· College Ru s tlers- scoring sing le in the behind the sharp bitting fourth . of Tim Richards-swept La Mesa scored six a Metro League baseball times in the sixth inning doubleheader from La. of the first game and two Habra, 3-2 and 11·2, Sun· times in the eighth to day afternoon al Golden win. Irvine lied the score West. at 6 -6 in the seventh

h · c 1 when Jeff Tiederman '- T e Irvine 01 egians, and Rick Cornell had rbi meanwhile, split their doubleheader with visit· singles. ing La Mesa, losing the Irvine got a solid opener, 8-6, and winning pitching performance the second game, 5.2. from Mike Hickman in

the second game. In a Connie Mack Hickman allowed seven

game at Cerritos College, hits wb1le striking out Wreidt Boats defeated four. Hawaiian Gardens. J..1. Hawaiian Gardens got

Richards had five rbi very Uttle hitting. Its on· in Golden West 's two ly run came in the games. driving in four seventh in~ing when runs in the second game Doug M.ansol.mo doubled on a triple, single and hom~ Rick Hibbard, who fielder's choice. had smgled.

HawaliM 0.Nns (t) Golden West never •• r

trailed in either game. r~=~:;: ~ ~ and had a two.run third v. B1eN11," 3 o ""'°"· lb 3 0

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The sixt h annual Senior Olympics at UC Irvine finished in a blaze of glory Sunday as Ellen Rose of Irvine captured three events in the 45-49 age bracket to highlight the CinaJ day 's action .

She won the 200· meter sprint in 33.4; the 400. meter run in 1:17.3; and the 800-meter run in 3: 13.3. She also won the 100.meter dash Saturday giving her four wins .

The Corona del Mar track team won three age divisions in the relay races. The 30· 34 age group won the mile event in 3:36.6 ; the 35·39 group in 3:35.7; and the 45-4t age group in 3 : 56.4.

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The following are Billboard's bot record hits for the week ending July 5, as they appear in next week's issue of Billboard magazine:

. HOT, SINGLES .• 1. LOVE WILL KEEP US TOGETHER - The

Captain & Tennille, A&M 2. THE HUSTLE - Van McCoy & The Soul City

Symphony, Avco 3. LISTEN TO WHAT THE MAN SAID - Paul

McCartney & Wings, Capitol 4. WILDFIRE - MichaelMurphy, Columbia 5. LOVE WON'T LET ME WAIT - Major.

Harris, Atlantic 6. MAGIC - Pilot, Capitol

2. RECONSIDER ME -Narvel Fel\.I ABC·Dot 3. MOVIN' ON - Merle Hagg~. CJi:ttol 4. TOUCH THE HAND - Copway Twitty, MCA 5. LITTLE BAND OF GOLD - Sonny James

Columbia • 6. TRYIN' TO BEAT THE MORNING HOME

- T.G. Shepard, Motown 7. YOU' RE MY BEST FRIEND - Don

Williams, ABC-Dot 8. THAT'S WHEN MY WOMAN BEGINS -

Tommy Overstreet, ABC- Dot 9. JU'ST GET UP AND CLOSE THE DOOR ­

Jobnny Rodriquez, Mercury 10. DREAMING MY DREAMS WITfl YOU -

. WaylnJenning~. ~CA ·

EASYUSTENING

Goldie, 8egal Set· LOI AN<JEiEs CAP) - Goldie Uawn and

George Segal will be costarred in ''Thti Dutchess and the Dirtwater Fox," produced nnd directud by Mel Frank.

FUmlng of the 20th Century-Pox comedy will ·start Aug. 18 in Colorado. '

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Ronstadt, Capitol 9. ONE OF THF.SE NIGHTS - The Eagles,

Asylum 10. PLEASE MR. PLEASE - Olivia Newton­

Jobn, MCA TOPLPS

1 1. ELTON JOHN - Captain Fantastic & The Brown Dirt Cowboy, MCA

2. PAUL McCARTNEY &WINGS - Venus And Mars, Capitol . ·

3. EARTH, WIND & FIRE :- That's The Way Of The World , Columbia

4. DOOBIE BROTHERS - Stampede, Warner Bros.

5. BACHMAN-TURNER OVERDRIVE - Four Wheel Drive, Mercury

2. THE . WAY WE WERE TRY TO REMEMBER -:- Gladys Knight & The Pips, Bud­dah

3. MIDNIGHT BLUE -... Melissa Manchester, Arista

4. PLEASE MR. PLEASE - Olivia Newton· John, MCA

· 5. THE HUSTLE - Van McCoy & The Soul City Symphony, Avco

6. OLD DA YS - Ghicago, Columbia · 7. THE LAST PICASSO - Neil Diamond,

Columbia 8. FEELINGS - Morris Albert, RCA 9. SWEARIN' TO GOD - Frankie Valli,

Private Stock . 10. WHEN WILL I BE LOVED - Linda

Ronstadt, Capitol. 6. THE CAPTAIN - TENNILLE - Love Will

Keep Us Together, A&M ....-----------r.===~------1 7. TOMMY - Soundtrack, Polydor ~c°'9'1!!•..c•~. ,_j: . n. 0 Complete 8. BEACH BOYS - Spirit Of America, Capitol ~· coverage 9. THE EAGLES - One or These Nights, of count'/

Asylum 10. ALICE COOPER - Welcome To My -TOGETHER- government

Nightmare, Atlantic •mCMTI and courts. 11Murph the Surf" COUNTRY SINGLES & Ever, d•'I

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Estata of JULIA ANN WALSH, 0eCHsH.

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~ ... • ••• ~ . .:-_ NEWPORT ·-· ___ .......,. •- ASSUME 71/ zO/oLOAM W •TERFRO..._.T DAILY PILOT........ This Baycrcst 4 BR .. family home can R " ll•Hlty for ... first lft.. be yours for a $35,000 equity purchase . Pier & 2 Slips coryedlHlf'ffollOllly. monthly paymts . of only S391 PlTl . Outrageous waterfront

Completely. profess . decorated. home. Three s pacious

DOYER SHORES - VIEW -POOL Looking for the ultimate in luxurious. living? 4 Bdrm home w /fantastic view in prime N.B. location. New offering. Call for further details.

F ull price $73,900 bedrooms, 3 baths . 2 fireplaces, s umptuous grounds a nd gardens . Live on the w ater for only $132.500. CALL.

2111 S-J ........ Rood MEWPORT CEMTER, M.L 644-49 I 0

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&44·7662 CORONA. DR MAit

AU reul estat.c advertised ln lhls newspaper ls sub· ject to the Federal FaJr Houaln1 Act oJ 1968 which makes It illegal to advertise "any pre · ference, limitation. or discrlmation based on race, color, religion, sex, or national origin, or an intention to make any ChMt-.. I 00 G......a I 002 .... ,... • I 002 GeMral I 002 s uch preference, llmita· ••••••••••••••••••••••• ••••••••••••••••••••••• ••••••••••••••••••••••• •••••••••• ••••••••••••• Uon , or.dlscriminaUon." l STORY DUPLEX NEWPORT

COLLEGE PARK Preview Daily 1.5

This news paper will not SUMSETIUCH HEIGHTS COME SEE ! ! Larue de· knowinaly accept any STEPS TO OCEAN ., advertls~ng _ f?r i:ea l Near new personal home Shake R.oof ltaftch COTTAGE tached rumpus r oo m

Open Sunday I to 5 2 lalboa Cov•s

PRESTIGE I HOM€~ REAL ESTATE BROKERAG E

645-6646 es, tale which LS JO viola· or prominent contractor. Buccola built. 3 bedr!'1, 2 $43,950 wb /dbath & fplc. Pllust 13

t h l bath Large gr and Plano e rooms, comp e e y ~....,,........-....,r:;.. t1onot. eaw. Rentalunitisa largel . ·. . A n eig hborhoo d of refurbi s h ed, l ge

bedroom with modern s ize 11 ". 1~g room ( l5xZ1). TOWE RING TRE ES and w.a~drobe closets, Uv rm , G........, I 002 Geweral I 002 kitcherl , huge ent er- Plus dmsng roo. m. Loadli GENTLE 0 CE AN d t g de •••••••••••• ,.......... f od l a ··-' th ming area . op. ra ••••••••••••••••••••••• ••••••••••••••••••••••• tainers living room with 0 wo P!lne m" w• 8 BREEZES! Estate like shag erpts & drps. Boat

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s lidin g g l ass wall t c war~ feeling a nd a hi.i:ge grounds professionally or trailer gate on a lley. SURFSIDE priv ate courtyard . c.o~ered P.atloforou~!~e landscaped. Enter OLD Goodfinancingavail. RETRl!!A'T Newport Beach

COLONIAL ••••••••••••••••••••••• 0 w n er s un it i s a hvmg. Assu~ble 5 1~ l" WORLD ATMOSPHERE lOS Broadway, CM 5""

ASSUME 71/J0/0 breathtaking world ol GI loan . Full pn ce.. or rust ic beamed ceil · 646.392s ,eves673-4.5TI $39, 900 Lo .u . ..1 e l eg ance . Gourm e t $44, 950 ings. Lavish used brick 3 IR+ ~ kitchen features a 30 · ·· · : hearth ! Spacious bdrms ,

S 199 MO. island ba r for c.'OOking. .211 i9f;' and e n tertainers fam. FAMILY ROOM VACA.'.IJT <own e r i:. Bast.). 5 Bedrm. 3 buth . 2 s t o r y. larg e countr} kitchen & large family room , formal dining . great s tone fireplace in

spacious living rm. Lee pool , large yard.

P .a.ys ..a. 11 ser ving & e ntertaining. - -~ . r m . G A R D E N Hear the pounding surf ! ..., ...,.. Enormous living room 040•a KITC H EN. Patio" with Gentl e. coo l ocea n

Immaculate z-i,~ year with20' eeiling& 20' wall ANYTIME ro o m for GRAPE 1~~~~~~~~~~l breezcs and s waying young 3 bdrm. 2 s tory of glass for unobstructed . . ARBOR ! Excellent!: palms! Secluded home wilhunbelievablefinanc· view. Stair s s weep t c · f in an ci n g! S e ll er . l•---------1town avenue lined with ing! Owner leavlng area. r e t.reat that overlooks 64~7171 . Spa•llh Delight towe ring trees ! Steps to Says bring any offer! living r oom & has 20' · OCEAN VIEW OPfN lll9 • trHu,.. :ob1 1., 1· We came upon a 2 year beac~. s un a nd yier ! Ta k e advanta ge or s und ec k adjoining .._.EGLECTED new. 4 bedrm Spanish Vacat~onparadisc mllus s pa rkling kitchen, fresh hidea w ay mas t e r & " hacienda & found refuge r a mbling 3 bdrm, cozy as a flower paint a nd de· g uest s uites . Owner must FIXER I ~ in the heat of day. Air fa m . rm . Try $3900 down ep pile carpet! A sun· s acrifice. Call 963·7881. Hil ltop r e treat with~ ;' ... /~ conditionedandlovclyin or "?"!"! Rel1re menlforces shine home justfor youi OPfN111" • 11 HuNro scN1H ' panora m ic view. Spr · everyway. Si it today! quick s ale - Hurry !

~~~sotK.pt to s ec. cal ;,a ingtime fl owers e nrich *ZERO* ~$60.900. 84~~~~.; " ~ 1111 • 101 , ••• I ~~~~~~~~~~ . QP( N Ill:.,, s f U"l 101'' NI((• ~{-=r•=·· ·=~=~\~=: =====~i ~~~~~hd~~1~\t\~:1cVi~~=~ ~y~~';'s~:rr~~;~~~

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I;:·· -·;, Grecian pool in statuette 7"' FllA loan cover1"ng .. . QUIET v1• I ..AGE ~~< ·>.~ 10 3141 C•mpus N 8 549· 1855 ·~ .. , . "·' ......, l:~~".-~<· ~,~~.·~:::~~~===~1 JUST LISTED! setting. s lep·up lo loft (2} 3BR 2ba homes. The ~~----=====~ STYLE ii 2 Bdrm . Mesa Verde con· living room , den, r oman· rent from l can cover the

do. Private & quiet, with ti c fir e pl ace, heavy total pay me nt of S255. i---------•I HARBOR VIEW Call a nd let us show you V A/PHA: community pool. Near beam cei lings. garden per mo. and you can Jive BEA.CH RETREAT DELIGHT!! one of th e fi n c~ t 3 Country Club. ~.500 atrium , romeo balcony, in the other free . The Large Montego model : 4 bedroom homes at this Repos just reduced $6,500, mus t home s arc 7 yrs old , $26,500 bdrms . . forma l dining price in the Bluffs. In ex·

sacrifice , o pportunity located on a shady cul· Hu ge 4 b e droom + rm . , 1·' 4 Baths; lge. cellenl condition . In• rn Orange County await s th e barga in d e-sac and surrounded Olympic sz pool. Minutes frpl c. Luscious la nds cap· terior d ec orato rs own abKeysinorrice hunter. Calls.12·2535. by a cinder block wall. t o beac h , h ideawa y ing . lli ~h ly upgraded . home. Convenicnttotcn·

WORLD ,,. 1., ,,1 ., • • , 1 'Jr , • ·• • • 1'' 11 $48 500 CALL master. gourmet kitchen $87 500 ms court & pool. Only REA.LESYA.TE !, ... , I 0

. kpricc " · ovcrlooks palio. r ' iit & ' S7 2.5 00 . Cal l now.

~:.~·~~·:~~.1i"ooi:::.·r· · MESAVERDE ·~lflPdl C~E"i'..°E~T s.;o:~~~·~·ci'.s~~ c. F. Colesworthv "'~;'!';~; . .. . . . 556-7777 anytime GOLF-POOL.-VIEW _ ·~; ----··-1-~ I PROPERTIES Realtors • ~0303 Realtors &

40.oo:fo 1~· I t:~;;;~;;;~;;;;;;;;j SpectaI:.~~~_! Venle OCEANFRONT VIEW ESTA TE LIDO SANDS .~Jltt~Hjt ,

SPLASH! tri-level on the fai rway. ..,A..PLEX OCEAN & LIGHTS BEST IARGAIM Fantastically upgraded 3 Enter a walled courtyard 4 Furni s h ed 1-bdr m BA.RGAIH IN ALL COSTA MESA- bd rm . . 2 baths plus POOL TIME!

Swim while the gardener doe s th e work . 2 ·Bedroom. 2 bath. lovely Condo . Only $19,950. Agenl 839-8321.

~~~o'1~hs.;ii;::!:f~ ~~ ab pits . . G arsag es &, $44,900 ~~~~e~s~::J~~a2v~~J~ gar~e~[f;;S.7060 ~~rsls ~i~linal1r;:n1~·,~ Formal e ntry to unique a con ic s · um m e r Rustic charm abounds in s unken living room and winte r r entals. Owner this unique beach estate . 1~oogr,neorultoto. fTetonwnantsowmro1e'"r· .... EWPORT SHORES whole family to e nJoy· banquet SI.zed di"nr·ng will trade . Priced at Cir cular dri ve. Huge liv· " this Lo\·el}' 40r. Ha nr h

Sl3S 000 ·th dr · desires im mediate sale. 3 Bedrooms . 2 baths Sly le Poor" Home. Clos~ l ·oom. Gourmet garden , ing r oom w1 amatic d . t ,,

673 .,.,.,., 1:. 10 9673 Eves 1 b · g Nee s som e pain nnu $52,500 to School s / Shops. An k·1tchen with golf course . ...,.,.., ,,...,. corn e r og urn1n h k ... ,

f. 1 b tht.A" . TLC but c ec tms Prt· CA.LL 556-8800 Outs tanding Vulu e ;il vie W. EN 0 RM U US irep ace + rea ..,.mg ( I $47 500) F irst $52 .9-0tl . F1 r s l tune 0 1.

PA.IMT A.HD SA.VE EXPANDED FAMILY. view through WALL OF ~i~~ ~d:erti~. h.urry ! ! lalboa layPtop. r d SA.CllFICESA.LE BONUS ROOM WITH GLA SS. Gourmet Call546-5880 Realtors ~~ViDBOUHKl-:HLTlt

This one is hot. I Needs a C fl A C K L I N G kitc hen & dine. Separate little fixing but what a . F l H E PLA CE A ND ' win g f or hideaway CALL5-l6·!~SU steal. Feat~res 3 huge F 0 R E V !!: R VIEW . maste r s uite with a view G.-rat I 002 GeMral I 002 bedrooms . Family/ d in · Pri va t~ g ue s t .s ui t e . UL~RM~CO + c hildre ns & g ue s t ••••••••••••••••••••••• ••••••••••••••••••••••• ingroom.Allbuilt-inap· Sweepi n g. s ta irs t o POP "' suites . Hurryforthis on · 1~~~~~~~~~~I plianccs. 2 Baths. P ride ch1ldr.e ns ~1.ng and total· B ig Canyon popular ce in a li(etime dream 1: of ownersh ip beach loca · ly unique I WO LEVEL M<>naco Model. 3 lir, 21,2 home at a bargain price. 1---------• lion. Nea r pa rks , golf MAST~R SUITE. Every Ba . wool crpt, tile patio, Bring your imagination FELL OUT OF course. s chool. shopping co nce i v able ex tr a . $130,000 & paint. Make$$$. Call and beach . Only $43,950. Sl.38.~. Cal1963-0767· ~;~,1~ ., P:J 'lf''' 1. ,. ESCROW!!

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to sell ? Classified ads do - separate e ntrance with ~~~~~~~~~~! Sell idle ite ms &12·5678 1t well. 642-5678. · LOWEST PRJCE priva te balcony ). lower 3

G.-ral 1002 GeMrol 1002 i• I'- c:y:- bedroom s. Already for UMIVERSITY 'ARK

SPARKLER Mus t be experienced to be believed . A 3+ r'am. home with a fantastic parents re treat added to the maste r bedroom. air cond & a yard large e nough for small pool. Bright, cheery and col· orful. Over 2000 sq . rt. for only $63,500. Call 644·7211

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""1 - summe r ' wanter re ntal ••••••••••••••••••••••• ••••••••••••••••••••••• 0 - aut1"fully la ca~•. °" l"'U schedule. New loan a ll

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POSH COMDOMIMIUM UMDER $40,000! .

L o ,. c I y 3 b e d r o o m . 3 b a t h condominium - Upper Bay area. Upgraded carp e tin g. Great recreational fac ili ties for entertaining. ONLY $39.900. Gai l Foor 644·6200. (H55)

SURF & SUM OH SANDY IEACH. 2 bedroom duplex w /oceanfront l oca tion for s urfin g family! Vacation here the vear·round ! $149.000 in cl. land. Vee Stinson 642·8235. CH5U l

" EXCITEMEKT" When you open the door & see the VIEW from this delightful 4 bedroom Spyglass home w /great family room & big formal dining room & brkfst . rm. Sunny pool & jacuzzi. Elaine Svedeen 612·8235. CH57)

view . Dover . 2 bedrooms set up - possible to make & den. Owner anxious. S775. pe r week during Asking SI 19.500. s umm e r . Owner rca<ly lo

VOGEL & BABBITT REALTORS

644·6056

RARE AND

move! As king SW.u.50! 546·4141

~ COATS & WALLACE REAL ESTATE , INC.

Supe r clean and sharp-4 bed roo m with family I iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiii room. dining, breakfast nook, overs ized Ii ving room . fireplace. bltns. shag carpets, vinyl floors & custom drapes. Local· ed on quiet street near s chools and park . 01 · rered at $54 ,950. with as· sumable 5 1 ~ ', GI loan. Call 540·1151

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!~l!~n~w ~s!l . 4 Hr, 4 Ba &Gallery 2 firepla ces, wetbar

Deluxe kitchen Pi e r for yacht lo ti(f

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675-8120

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EXCLUSIVE SA.H CLEMENTE RIVIERA

Prime white water location ul the oceanfront. Steps lead lo fin e~ l b eac h es, walk f or mil es . 3 bedrooms. 3 baths . pool. 2 years old. Custom built. $139.500.

JETTY VIEW Elegant home ci es igned by Knolton Ferna ld featured in L.J\ . Times Hom e ma gaz in e. Ext r emely s pacious w ith numerous cus tom details in this 4 bedroom home. $198,500.

PASTORAL VIEW OH IMLET ISLE Relax in this lovely 4 bedroom, fam ily room home in Harbor View Hills. 2 fireplaces, beamed ceilings , enclosed cover ed en try. Large secluded ya rd. S99.500.

A CAREFUL BUYER'S DREAM Turtlerock Broad moor Plan :t l with 3 bedrooms. family room. dining room. Close to park and 1 :? a block to tennis and pool. All this and more for only $63.000.

OH THE PARK 4 bedroom , 2'h bath home with pool and cabana, 3~ bath & laundry. The perfect spot for a family that enjoys the freedom of living on t he park. $110,000.

MAIM CHAMHB. IA. YFROMT Exciting action view of ocean and bay w / pier & s lip. adjacent sandy beach. 3 bedrooms. 4 bath home w /den & office. 2nd floor m aster s uite , colorfully planted e nclosed patio. S250.000.

AU THE WORK'S DOHE Look no fur ther, this Californi a home in Irvine is just what tho doctor ordered. 3 bedroom, family room . dining r oom , 2 balhs & beauUful private swimming pool in ~r own back yard. Only $54,950.

MIWPOttT llACH 644-1766 A. COl.DWILL llAt«a CO.

" ,; MESA VERDE .W«lldn ' t it be nice to get in 3 or 4 hbfes or gol( e vt:ryday after work? This beautifully upgraded 2-story 4

·~rm . & formal dining rm. home. is ·~tcd only n pitch & a putt Crom an ·Jnl golf <:ourse. l l's realistically

•ptitcd at ~G7 .500 Ct here·~ ncaa·ly 2100 ·~If~ ft. of Ii ving s pact'l

DECORATOR'S HOME . ~ . in Irvine T errace. 2 Bdrms. (large Jl)-Str. bdrm . with mirrored doors> : 2 ·~cious baths: catin~ area in bright. .c.b.cerfu l kitche n . Home overlooks .J>$Qfess. landscaped yard. $89.500 -~e <not leasehold > . .

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675-3000 (;' t l...._)A~f t-4 \/".Jy CCJRUNA .JLL MA~

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Keep a % lo..n. Co&y cot· Lago, white picbl fence. Room ror larp veaeta· ble aarden, R-2 zoned, get started. To see. ca11 ~7111 .

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Eastslde a-. uwr Convenient to schools & public lraosporla.lioo. Spacious 3 bedroom, 2 bath with lots of extras inc luding used brick fireplace , covered paUo a nd garage door opener. See thi s new lii lrng . won ' t last long !! al $ll, 900. c tl 11 540-1151.

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PRICE REDUCED ~ Walk to th~ Be-och, too!!

~om bui It DUPLEX South of

I' wu~·. Upper unit s uper new'. Lots 'sha ke-shing les & sta ined g lass. 3 cdrms. 2 1 :.! bath . large deck. Lower

rr'modcled . Sha kt• ll on ovt>r and see!

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tlNiVERSITY PARK LOWEST PR! Ct:; O -QI Lhi~ m ode l a\'a tlablc . S~~;.1 t C' ho me Oil l l't' la nd. 3 bedroom:. & 1..urnl~ room Hr1ghl <..1nd d 11.·.;n "ath alnum and I I r._,IJl' C' . !>63.!IUO

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C.UJ 1-; o lll Gll J.:\,'.\;US I =" Corona did Mar. Say lhcrc. tor the young 1 a nd YOUn1! al hea rt >. t:Omc :.cc o ur new olfcnng : al '::. contc m purary. 1L's fou1 bt!droom o r LhrcC' & den. 1l sparkle:.. ~i.SUO.

Coll 6 75-5511 Cole of H~wport

R~offors 2515 g _ Cua:.t Hwv

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3 BR, FAM RM.

WATERFRONT with µ1cr &slip.

Comµlelc ly re modeled to new. in & out. Much bet· l tir th;.an new tn tact. SM!l ,500.

JACOBS REALTY 675-6670

TO OCEAN Beautiful 3 bedroom. 2 story home. 1''ormal din· ing, sepanttc family room with fire place , cov-ered patio. Ocean viow from upstairs bedroom. Room for boat & trailer s torage . Walk lo Edison Hig h School , 40 acre park and community recrea -tion center. SSJ,!)5(1.

640-6161

~ COATS&WALLACE REAL ESTATE . INC.

continued from Sunday The peach . fig & pers1m· mon are loadc.:d . Then• are 10 kinds of c 1t ru:-. trees. a ~tandard & dwarl avocado & over 20 varieties of frwt trees plus a Japanese JU be · jube & po meg r anate . E ven ~ almonds & 1 Englis h walnut. You can get 5 kinds of ch<.' rries here. (,Juintard t>.li-2'.}(Jl

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ARTIST CHALET $42.900

Sccl u<Jcd dri n • to wooded g round s. l:.::\TER t\ WO HLD l H ' GL1\SS 1\~D SU ~SHJ Nt-: . Spa c 1 uu~ ~uurmcl ganJcn kitchen :.en''-'" truly unique 111· dour-outdoor 11\'lng and dinin g area~ Unu~ual :-.l a1rc<..1 :.e tu hidd e n artist:. :.u1 t c and c hildren :-. quarter :. PHI VATg S T UUJO . Bcaut1t4l g round:.. Walk to bt!<ich. COLOH THIS HOME YOUHS ~ Ca ll !*63·67tii . .. ·. [®" I; I . '

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P&llHSULA DUPLEX OHL Y $57,500

Charming penins ula units. Choice corn e r lot · walkin t{ distanc(' to the beach with ample parking:

R-2 zoning . These cute knotty pine unit s jus t introduced to lhe market.

BIKE TO BEACH $59,500

Th i~ fanta~ t1<: 2 ~ Lory spac.:ious home is brand new on ··· the market. I s pacious bdrms, 3 ba ths. big family

room & form~I dmmg room . Beautifully decorated, large: YCl rd . with huge tovercd patio. Don 't miss this heuc:h hca uty .

CUL-DE-SAC PRIVACY $59,950

l" e w l1 s t1n g Uea utiful - Has everyth ing. Completely red ecorated floor to ceiling. 3 oversized bdrms, 2 baths. large family room & J)ool table s ized rumpus room . Choice Costa Mesa location.

WATCH THE BOATS $79,500

Location Lo<:CJtion Location. East Eay on the 'JPenins ula . This immac:ulale 2 bdrm. 2 bath home ~·ould easi ly be c:om erted into a great duplex. Huge . un deck M us l st·c for all of the possibilities .

IEST OF GREENIROOIC 11 4 IEOROOM 556,900

1"f111s lovely 2 year young home newly listed. Huge ~ family room & too many upgrades to mention. 4 ·, la rge bdrms & 2 baths. Immaculate condition. Take 1ldvantage of owners transfer.

MES.A WOOD SPECIAL FHA-VA TERMS•

I·~ comMA - MAI Ct.JTE Cape COd. 2 bdi'm .• plans for 2nd unit. Onl)• 565.000

DUPLEX, 2 BR, with bachelor unit ; lovely home with income. So. of Hwy ..

$72.000

SWEDISH corner frplc .. beamed ceilings; 1 short blk. So. or Hwy.l walk to shops; 3 BR: room for 2na unlt.

$99,500

DUPLEX, both rented. Near new ; 3/3 BR. Xlnt. investment $121,500

DUPLEX on Narcissus. 312 BR. Both units rented: Price reduced to

COMPANY REALTORS

5124.500

2165 E. Coost Hwy., Corona chi Mar "S.tli119 RMI Estate in Newport Har bor

Sine• I 944"

673-4400

GeMral ' I 002· GeMral 1002 ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••

BIG IM BIG CAMYOH One of the bigger homes at one of the lesser pric es. 5 bed1·oom . custom . extremely workable floor plan . quality appliances. carpets, floorin g and appointm ents used throughout. Exciting opportunity for you to do the fi nis hing decorator touches. See thi s fairwav cuslom at $275,000. UHl9UE HOMES, Realtors - 675-6000

2443 E. Coast Hwy., Corona del M~r

GHeraf 1002G....-al 1002 •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• ••••••••••••

DOVER SHORES Sanch beach is the setting fo r new. c:ustom colonial home w 5 BR. fam . rm .. form a l din .. a ir concl. S295.000

LINDA ISLE \'1cw from la ,go6n to Bayshures. Beaut. decorated. smaller 3 BR & den : boat sli'p. S255.000

BILL GRUNDY, REALTOR 341 Boy~1dP Dr•v1· N B 675 - 6161

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EASTSIDE DUPLEX

Excdlcnt locat1on. ne\'cr a vacancy factor here. 3 lltlrm . 2 bath & 2 l>drm. l ba lh. 1 lugt! bdrms. large tiled balhs , & de luxe bwlL-111 kitchens with dis­hwas he r s . Just lisl~d . Owner leavi ng ~late . G46·iill. Op<m e\'es.

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lcei• lreens - caress This Lovely 3 Bedioom­

- "SEABURG HOME" With FC&mily Room

And Large Covered Patio Only 11:z Mile from leach

tlZZI REALTY CO. - . John Llnl - Gay HollinCjjhead

And JoCllWt Conavay 6916 Warner Ave. Huntington Bch .

CALL (714) 848-1525

CoroMcMIMcr I 022 Costa Mesa

SHORECUFFS urand new listing in Lbis mu c b so ught after neighborhood by the sea. Lovely 3 .liR. 2 ba home with pool. Oeean and ca­nyon view. Access to private beach. $l49,500 .

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FLOODED WITH SUMSHIME!

C IUSPY CLEAN. Bi g two s tory , 4 big bedrooms, dining room. 2000 s q . ft ., '' timt!$ belter lhan new from tip to toe.

SWI M &SAV~TOO Deluxe 3BR 2ba College Park home, lrg pool & playroom + play yard or dog run .

Z·REALTOR "494-8611

• Lots of lus h rolling yards -- --

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& greenery. Walk to HuntitHJton leoch I 040 South Coas t Shopping in •••••••••••••••••• ••••• Costa M esa1 . OwnerBYOWNER2yr. old3br. trans ferred . $55,950. Call 2 ba . Beaut. cond . now 546·2313. thruout. 1915 AJsw1a in

Walker & Lee Real fstefe

()Pit. ,,, q . ·, ,.,., • , , ·. 1 La Cuesta Tract. $43,950. Irvine · I 044

COUMTIY llllMCH CHATIAU

Designed to capture lM spectac'llMr vlew of Irvine Cove. 1-'amllY llv­i n ai It ils b Sl. 7 Bedrooms, aueal quarterl:J. Corm.al dining room & c hlltmln g bilJiard · ta mily room $135,000

EMERALDIAY Spacious 3 bdrm., 3 bath home; lge. living, din.log & family rooms. Bonus loft ror extra llving, with elevator. Close lo beach & parks. S149.500

TURNER ASSOC. uos N. Cst Hwy .. Laguna

494-1177

~ For appl. to see Ph: ••••••••••• •••••••••••• :· ~ _

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1_6_· ------ Turtle Rock Hilb . 4 Br. Enioy the Good Life

1~ ...... ;; DUTCH HAVEN nanc h. Vie w lol near 493-251 3 UCJ. SSG,000 by owner. - -- -

$ 48 95 POOL 752·0933 Beaut. Paces etter, 4 BO, 1 0 3 Bedfm. 2 ba, nice cpts. · , --- courtyard entry, ml., &

3 liDRM , ram rm. quiet .separal~ laun{l.ry, 36xl~ ro!lin g valley vu·s . location ne ar South Blue _ Haven pool W/ lols WALK ALONE... Priced lo al SSS.900. Arch Coast Plaza . Corner lot, ~eckmg. Prof. landscap· or stroll h<ind in hand Bay R ea l E s lale . lrg. back yard. HUR RY! in~. !'v1any e . .xt.ras. Sub· thru the lighted. pri va 499·2277.

mit •erms: Sunset Real streets and µuthways. --.--. - - . - -- - -~~ALLNOW ~/,A 752· 7315

Estate, 963-8991 . eves : Pool jacuhl and s hop- M1111on V1•10 I 067 557·""23 · ' 11 ' th ' Jk •• • ••• • •••••'••••••-•• . -~-·----- ping arc a w1 m wa ·

MODB.S HowforSd• OONAlDM. BIRO

· R ..,RE IUY•. ing dis tance Crom this di!· "' lighlful 3 bdrm .. 2 bath

Auoclo tH. •eoho"

Spac. 3Br, t:L4 ba, l'' P ,

3Br. Pool. Showcase Home. Ne wly rcdel!. 1•: G . l. W alk t o b c h . 893-5584 .

bltns, cµts , drps . Hide -a · Bi9 Family Home <..IW3)' room off Maste r Huge 4 bedrm, 3 balh in BIL New . paint in ou~. lop area . Unique up· LushTrop1 cal yard, frwl st air s dorm style trees. ~ reen house & . . fnc 'd. Walk to all ~chls . bedroom with bath . Nr . So . Cs t Plaza .I Larg .e ma s t er s.&5.500. Open HOU:.e dat · downs tairs .. BllnS, epts, ly 545 ·322~ drps , fplc, 2 car garage.

· - ·----- Wa·lk to all school s,

HILLSIDE MESA VERDE

MIMI VIEW Located on cul.de-s ac amon g c u:.tom homes . ll igh ly upgrades inside & out. 4 Large bdrms. Ex­tended family roo m . Move 1n condition. Walk to Musa Verde Country Club . Ju s t li s t ed a t $81.950. Ca ll 546-2313.

(wt 1 J •f ) .. 1J fl 1 i1" l~~'I t

s hops. park and beach. Ass um e loan . S65.000. Call Lo see! Bkr 536·88'.!G

WALK TO BEACH from th e ni ces t neighborhood in town. FHA assumable loan. almost new 3 br. single s tory, adult occupied, plu s h celery c rpl thruout, c ustom drapes, quiet c ul -de-sac street . All for $49,!JSO. 1-'or appl. ca II 963-4418 or 963-300 l

condo. You ' ll IO\'l' the larl(e cheery kilehcn. the formal dmmi;. ' the wet bar. U1e utriwn and the realis tic pri ceol's.'>t.!100

~ VISleN auin 552-7500

at Pacesetter's Ranchwood

in Lake Forest 7 More units wilh up graded carpet:., oven rant(e . front landscap· aog, sprinkle~ & rear y ard fencing from . $14,950. Call sales office. .

714:581-2444 Cozy 3 BR

Jus t awaiting your in- By Owner-Make Offer . 2 speclion ; perfec t home B~. pets ok, nr pool. 2:6077 for small family; has "'.ta Pera (~1so. Vi llas had lots of T.L.C. Local· Condo) Ask g S28.900. cd 1n Grecnlrnc Homes 581-7209 close lo pools, yarks: Hewieort l;ad.I 069 schools and shopµmg •••••••••••••••••••••••

RAISOR'S REALTORS

4523 Ca mpus Dr .. Irvine Campus Valley Shop Ctr.

CALL 133-8690

PROMOMTORY BAY HOMES

Luxury waterfront homes priced from $211,300. 55' wat.erfront.s. 607 Bays ide Drive , NewPort Beah. b73'3900

HODownPymuwt UNIV. PARK BAYFROMT Sprawling one s tory 5 The original is still the bedrm ranch. No down b t!sl. Here ' s one of

HO DOWN TO VETS payment to Vets !! Or, lrvanc'i. original homes: 2 Custom Homes

ass ume $27,700, 7'.a'it VA see this "real floor ''1an

Walker & lee Real fstafe

Up to $70,000. Call : Bill Joan ""93 mo pays all e "' ... - · · · Lhal gi ves 3 bdrms .. UILDERS o r St e "c . Ag t s . Cher kitchen all ga~. famil y rm .. 2' 2 ~ath:.: in

..,TIE .... TI0.._.1 ~16 ·864~5~1!71 huge form dine rm , ood 1 t . Up

BAL.BOA PENINSULA Excellent location on the Bay & only 1 2 block to the Ocean . Each home has 4 bdrm s, 4 baths & Gullery, 2 fireplaces. welbar. ultra modern kitchen & pri vate pier. Fee land . See al 1200 East Balboa Bl vd .. or call 675-8120 for more <ll· tails .

This beautiful, warm and inviting home has an overs ized family room, overs 1 z~d garage <ind oversited l o t . 3 Ucdrooms, 2 baths. and f1r e plu cc . Close Lo schools. S .. H!.500

l.Mauail ~ liilPlac• Pro ... ti••

p 7S2- 1920 . " 1400 QUAil ST. HIWPOlll llACl4

2 STORY FORMAL DIME POOL $32.500

~ " "· crackling brick fpk . de- a g oca ion near .. We have an excellent \' J I Deserted by OWMr ep pile carpl!ts ! Bkr Ele m . Sc hool. Owne r l'ant R · l lot in we~t Needs a fa s t sa le! 962.5511 m1ghtrccarpet&paintlo N e w p o r L H e a c h . 1-"re:. hl y pa inted, ne w ----- - s uil buyer 's la:>le. Com -'frulhfully <1 very rare carpet. Three bedrooms, HEAVEN pare this home al ~.900. fi nd . (;all us tor more tn· + separate Cam1ly room , t 11 t t th k i\ :.k for Ed. s 1 pro ec s e wor 1ng IRVl...aE HOMES, formation. Priced to sell wood burning fireplace, man & starter home in " only SJ ~l .50 0 . Cul l ranchkilchen, dchwood " origina l " Huntington REALTORS 673-8550. c abine tr y. Private Beach locauon. Walking 552-7000 HEWPORTSHORES 0'"· . 1

• • " '" • ma&lc r s uile. Move right distance lo beach, proves BOB Pt-:TTIT. Large 2-story 4 BR, ~J

[~ ... · · ~ in ! S37,900. bkr. the " old adage ." 2 ltea ltor·Owncr baths : 2 s undecks, patio

': :~ 540-1720 Bdrms. Taxes only $345 Walk Lo beach, tennjs, :\ ,· . :~j TARBELL ylearly. Nee<los T.S. P. On· ·1:1. ~rlhl c 2ro a ~_ mol .ol,r etc. Needs TLC, priced ~-=========::'.. y $34,500. wncr anx· wn se 4or, 2' ::ua. • ' · right al St)L,950. Call

2955 Horbor Blvd. , ious. Hurry. Speculators UH . . S70 ,ooo . P . I' · CAYWOOD REALTY TUSTIN

I 3 9 2 I Browning St 4 br. l~ ba. hardwood fl.rs .. frpl c . Quie t streets. nr . all Schoo ls . L g . pool s1ze corn e r lo t . Across from com fields ! Priced al only S40.000.

Wm . S1\ NDON, Bkr 53Ht~U

lolboo bland • •••••••••••••••••••••• HOME/INCOME

3 Bedroom owner's wtil on Little Island with I bedrm apt . rented at $245. mo. Top value at $139.500.

HALP1HCHIH REALTOR

2727 E . Coast Hwy. 675-4392

C .M. also welcome. Ca ll 833-2708 • 897·0321. Laguna leech 1048 * 548-1290 •

$ t 00. ••••••••••••••••••••••• HARBOR View Home4br, .. moves you into this PORT .A. a .... .., 2' it b a. many xlr as . s upe r s harp 4 BR, close ~nA priced to sell by owner to sc h oo l :.. park & LACil»tA Prin . only . $88,500. 1''cc sho1>'g. Ve ts SJ)tlcia1. invatei. you lo 111s~ct 1-' irm. 644 ·4374 after Ii

540·3666 Real Estate byNk!t/AY

AIAMDOMID MOTHER NATURE

their panoramic view pm. building aitc.s overlook- - -- -ing beautiful Laguna EASTBLUFF Beach . Al so fini s hed homes. BKR 49-a-9388.

AG Ian REAL ~STATE

1){)1) ( , , f 11 • 1 , ~·

lmmac. 3Br. Den, Beaut decor & landsc p ' g . $84 ,500 Owner 640.-8023 Open Sal/Sun l ·S 2915 Catalpa St.

$21.500 • SEN'J• + CiUIST HOUSE .. this stunning 4 bdr. 2 ftl w ACl.4Es

Out •tel •OCEAN ·l'J: ,, •' J.•J 0 •lV

Unbelievable value at bth home uniquely de-1

GSI • • NEWPORTHARBOR $28,500! VACANT-RENT corated In warm earthy Ocean vu. Freshly palnl *BA CK BA y l'' rom THEN BUY ! Preferred tones and wood. Modern ed 4 bdrm., 2'"' bit . w/ blg $165,000. up to 4000 sq fl. Mesa location. Freshly living ln prestige area. vu decks & many new ••or sell or lease, or op-painted board & batten CALL now. 968-44.56 features. See to bcUeve. tion. Terms to suit. Local.

\Yindm~ pa thway to trt:e clu.ste rcd 2 story enLry. Formal dining room . Gourmet pallo kitchen IN CLUDES REFRIG · ~RATOR! Giant secluded master s uite. Walk-in c loset. ~XTRA I.IN EN STORAGE. Over :.ized sewing & laun ­dry room . WASHER & DRYER INCL UDED! Huge premium lot. Olympic pool & basket· ball courl included in a s ­sociation . Anxious seller says SUllM l'l'ON YOUR TERM S! Full ()ri ce i32,500 . Prim<• In lne u r e a . <..:all t oda y 7$2-1700.

exterior . D&TACHED MO COMTISTI! $99,500 trades OK. Wboa,eniunula 1007 GUEST COTT.i\GB + Lowe11t priced in area. AltTHOl-' Jo;ltREAL'tY •••• • ••••••• ••••••••••• garde n ! Windln~ drive A.$sume loan. IOgh beam 645--6177

oPfN 111 rt°• I/ SI ·1 o,Hf I• I

leads Lo whlte picket ceiling. 3 bdrm 2 bths. Oc.• Vlew~x --~~~~~~~ ONTHEPOIMT fence & s w1Ayin1t palms Protesstonal landscap- Perched ubo\'e th e l

·~ bdrms & bonus room. This tas tefully decorated home is jus t across from proposed park. Short

ista ncc to South Coast Pla1.a and Jrvine Industrial .Center. Hi~hly upgraded thruout. Bonas room large

' enough for pool table . Ofrered at a lready VA appraised ri <:c of only $4.900 I'• IHl\ttll

N C... l b. entry . ileum •d celling Ing. Ne@rbeach. 968·4456 beaches in So. WAl.ln~; WATKJifRONTHOMt; • r. ,,,&nOJ! ' r . 3 ba. livtoa- room . -Comf" - - h & I 3 °·11·m 2 bth, d"'' , frplc , home hus i.aoo sq. ft . + k' h.. . 100 , . J y o~ER ome ncciDM? proper- QU .....

:w .. car jlar. OnJy lO yrs. c!~d!0or"!\oraae le 11~:~ •• '"" * ~:r~r v~~r:eci ~~~':"!~ c:~t~ h & & s:~t ':n~ OOIWd N&ER$l~U,OOOST s"t1EILLue . space. Awe6.0me 85' x Approt xl . J y2r. old vahcanl, $00,000 $11.9,900. Owner. 675-9048

"' ' 160 ' lot ! Quaint " pres ge sty ome

545-9491

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MAKE OFFERI Shown curiously refresblnat. See w/ lmpresl$lve .entranc,. JUST llOUCB> 4 + ,.,_._ Y by appt. 2146 Miramar to believe Take. advan· 4 br, 3 b., , If. fal"[llly rm, By Owner for Quick Sale. Ned .. _ Or. 173-4224 Eves. • ta1e.Callla.st. 7S2.1700. love.ly kitch. wJbrklut. HarborVlewHome.4Br,

'OOL.,AU& Wknd.1. 0rtur119••'i'•••1 reo r•1. ,. bar. St.epdown, apeclou 2 8' Monteio. Nr. park TIMMIS e............ 10221~ Uv. rm W/frpl. Frml. din . .!:!:!!!!!!!!:!!~~:_-::.:.:..._1.11 schools & POOi. Will

with proleuional ................ ....... NIJt\I ~t..~:Xpe~:ru':Jc! Riv iera !:!tf1!!:~c: ; ~8::~~86f9·900• Jt"oc' land cape. alr oond. and HY Hllj.Cllai::i J ti , -•• u•-•- Park Huntlnston. i..,. lot wood e"ter, PalOI Vel'de.9 -now reduced to only <>etan Bay view. l•rae w / c:oncrnl• blk. wall atone. La. llv rm, beanu, ILUffS Pl.AM W M,500. C .. 11644·7211 loL3br.2ba, rormaldln •~Df!Attr1u1t . 3br.(1m MaulVe heated~ n fplc .: opens to paUo & Endunlt-.Cbedrm,2'A b•

rm, 2 frplcs M1 loo Ulo rm. 2 ba, lrpl , cp(s, cttws. ucluded yd . w/ laviah lath hse. Blt.n kltch + & fara rm · priv Y•rd . entry , fum rm '5 blln1. Cov'd . patlo. Obl. prof lndacpg, Nr . lncJry areu w/ wshr & M•n y up~radcd ldteh , p~ntry Owner ,.,, blk wall . Nr. 11ch1J. achoola " •bopplnlJ . dryer . F om rm I a.turu . Immedoccupy. $96.000 •. By Appt. only. Openllou1edally. Ownr. S'ft , 500. Prln . onl)' . w/ beam1t. Onlyl69.o:i0 By owner $59,SOt. &"4·0523 645-2403 Owner. 83S·7J~ Mlaalon llt31ty 494-0731 6'4·1360 644·73M

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IESTCUFF· Beautll~l 3 Br. 3 Ba &c fainlly room hi presttalous area w /best achoois CUstom decorated thruout All ne...; tltche~ . formal dining roo~ w/frplc Lush gardens surround sunny pati • An ideal home for entertain log. ·

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JU,~plt. UDlv. PartsTenaee.IBR, Qarmlae beit 'or apt. ,.U.ddwbn,....,qita, aaa.r .. rm. h1*,kldl 2BAT-......At. pool. Calll11-aGI elOHd 1ara1e, trplc ,

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SOUTH ~OAST INVESTMENT , 14f·Ol I Z 64MJOJ

1r• lad If.I). 117.500. ..... an. OCEANFRONT Laa.an• *5tudio6lbr..,.. 642~ Sarninl t~ 111t. M part HOM&l-S Roy1leCondo.lbr, lba, •Wal*t .. Bedl 2 BR, I~ BA SLudL.. aM. :r:.~~ ~ « •64J•ftH* :!:3: ~T:r~·~: :~=~=l Bltna, &IW, qitc .d..-. associated

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newly decor'd Adults only. TJA-4118-2771 •CblldrnSedion Patio. UH mo. '761 ... ..,..._ It ~= - P•llo. Aaolls. · Oceaav1ew-2blu mtS:;r.r:'~11 Joaaa.AJt.-• .,::.~.."~!.~.m:~~ •••••••••••••••••••••• ........ ,, ••• ,., 14 ...... sca.aon t.oSbaw '• COV"',2 n-, din. 1-2 •• WJLOl'I" to"50. wk 6'2·3t80 ' ••••••••••••••••••••••• ••••••••••••••••• f " .. • • ..,._..., t .a...a •• •t. P-_. P ... P •

1- ~ I .......... - MESA Verde 3 br. 2 ba, l"m . rplc, hardwood.,...,.. ... UN nuw an. n auu, , lyr le ....... _ ..... !ff!

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start the summer rlabt IUIL.Dtt• lh1.Xon1lbl• Ptrton m . occupancy. Pool, utll pd . No HAYLOFTAPT'S ................... • Jn• wonderfw home OneMUUonst r'4' like to~ d1rtet 546-08$5 LlflRI M..... 3212 cblldren/peu. -.2731 213 A•OCllh.CM ABIN, Bil Bear, tlees-your own . Fresh $172 000. t rorn owner. ~otlot. BR, 1~ + ~ betrl-level. ••••••••••••••••••••••• 12. Col TV, pooltbl, 2~ s pacioua •chanmna: on Exceu:O~~=: PleaaecaU811-1400. 2200 aq rt. Del Cerro. Spacioua 2 Br, 1'1\ Ba, SPACIOUS, deluxe 2 ~r 64M14J aundk. Day/wk. itUHl 45 beauWul Udo feet. GreaLNewportLocaUOn Delire to buy houses or $410. mo . 645· 3147 ; home. Frplc, .ulU'oom. duplex u.,.taln. patio, 1_La_g~B_ch_. ____ ....__ Bdrma., den" f<amily Tedffubert&Aaloc. unlls. Scott Really Jn· MS-4289 Coastal le Mtn viewa. Westcllff$2$0. 17$-l.M9 ~;::= ,.,Slit MAMMOTH Lak .. • rm. $1'2,SOO 6'1.s.8600 ~!!t7.CfJI'?:'· Call anytime BR, 1~ ba, 0one1e $36S64o.l&Mor548·28'13 0-PoW 3726 329 Uoiversity Dr, near ·J .. IHt D e l u" e Con d· ~·

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11..1.- c ..... , .J I _. - Park $340 64.5-3147 or ••••••••••••••••••••••• Back Bay. 1 br, 2 br •· Everylhinc C~r ' re .._ y..u •• - ' . VIEW HO~E Cul d 2 BR - • Refri·11erator. "'--ur1't y. $125/135 per wk.

40 Ft. lot 1"•· l fw Nie 1100 Comer lot &Oneel for liquor S45-42U • • • -Sac, · - · d e n . F r o m S 1 8 S • ~ • w WI mmuc. Wi 3 Bdrm•' 2 ba 2 car gar UTI~. PD. East id 548 7437 Pool, lacunl, Rec. Bldg eves. l ·aty. home. 3 Bdrms., 2 ••••••••••••••••••••••• store. th or Wi~l Eastslde 3 Br, 1 Ba borne Clubhse & ' Pool . ,:. 49M>ll51c911).U42 6"-11~ e. · or w I exerci s e rm . •--........ --.. - _.._- - --'• f baths, owner motivated. •Slt,flOe bldc. or. Back Bay. Ire f Bar1aln at $38S/Mol Pb: Billiards. ColorTV. _.. _... Quick possea. "sale. Large 2 bedrm, 2 ba w:1~actno.a,DaJly yard, veietable le frui (1106'5-710ldayg (114) H•lltgl•leedl J741 CASAVICI'ORIA IRVINEATMESADR . . .............. .. $107,SOO w / fenced patio on ot, P .O. Boxl.580 1arden, fish pond, cov'd 831-0409eve11. • ....................... 1.2•3Br. Unfum/ FUm S.U-4855 AN.TED : Room ?

beautifully landscaped Colla Mesa, Ca 13838 patio, encl. gar w/ dr. NO INCREASE in au&n· fr. $168.50 gu/wtr. pd. Straight, m~tute mm. grounds w / pool, security opener: Quiet. tree-lined 2 BR • . 1'1\ Ba, trc. fencd mer rent. O.autl brfum Adults-No Pet.sSec. gate $3SS. 3 Br, 2 ba, blk to bch. share luxurJOUS 3 bl' coa· gat.ea le much more. $220. a-... street, lawn service in· yd, 2 car flat. ~ yrly. apta $165 le $17S. Spaniab Pool, Rec. Rm, Elevator Ga r a I e . Yr I Y W • do, ~aut. fu.rn. J~ · . LIDO REALTY

i:·· \111111 .. '\I\ per mo. pays it all ioc:ktg ••••••••••••••••••••••• cld. Sm. pets ok. Req. 49$·~or831-4328. atyle bid&, pvt encl 1ar, 525 Vicloria, 642-8970 Newport. 642-1603 pool m Irvine. $175. ,.... taxes, ins. "maint fees He•t1 ........... responsible party "ho ......... pool, sauna, lndry, adlts. 547-6791

_..____.:.....;....;;.:=-_.:;.=:::::::::.i Call Frank aU31M321for'- ••••••••••••••••••••••• will keep garden "flsh .-wport leedt 1269 11301 Keelson Ln. 1 blk $215. NEW 2 br. Patio, Yearly, 3 Br, 2 Ba, l Blk.to•-----------------..i appttosee. Agt. Ci · 91 3102 pond maintained . •••.•••••••••••••••••••• W. of Beach olf Slater. aarden. Adults, no pets. Bch . $335 mo. Avail. Female Only, Roommate IALIOAaVD ••r $350/ mo, 1st le last, - 5 $425. 3 BR, 2 Ba, Frplc, 842-7848 SZ7W. Wllson ; 642-1603 tJnmed. 645-7054 needed. Cum. yrly. OQ

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Ho.TH ••••••••••••••••••••••• clean'g fee •CA d•• room for camper boat Balboa Is. $155. 675-1244.

2B.r. ~X9$' R·2lot LAG4»eA Surfer's dream, H.B., 1 br • - see. _ep. 2826 I vi 64&-amD MEN small beac:b hotel 3 Br, lower encl patio 2 Br, 1 Ba, Balcony, gar, 1•---------$56,000 CONDOS SHO., klds, pets ok. Or Avail July a or earlier. r ne. Roo~s . $22.50 week: crpts, drps . Nr. occ'. blk ocean . 1 blk Bay, $210 Male needs 3 housemates

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4'abdrm Costa Mesa 2 br $1llS., Call 7S2·04.23. 2STORY3br,2'Alba. con· Apts. $100mo.536-'1056 $220. After6,M7~ · yrly. 675·8475. lge home CdM, as~· INVESTMENTS unitsfromSSCct1n sin1le1, pets ok. AlsoEASTSIDES Br 3 B do. Frpl bltns pool.$358 EAS $150 mo. ~73· 3 1 • ID-OllJ 645- .-. ocean view Lag. Beach 2 b d · · ' a, mo Lse '834·1U6 L .... hecJa 3741 Costa Mesa's Finest Loe. TBLUFF-Beaut. apt. 675-1519B.

CALL 671-7225 br, klds le peta ok. waik uae yar . ~/MO. . . ••••••••••••••••••••••• Only kind in t;.he area . 2BR 2ba, bltns, ~rplc ., 2•--.--------to water, Balboa, 1 br 642 8012 Duplex , Xtra Lge 3 BR, OCEANFRONT studio, qu.iel-carden·hke·adult pa~os. pool avail. $350. Arlisl Needs entbusi!l5Uc

...., •• $62.910 Near pool. schools, and shops l Lu1h greenbelt, one of tbe 011l11inal models. 12 Ft. high cell· Inga in kitchen, living rm. and dining area, wet bar, spacious master suite. Split level. bkr.

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$135., s in1les ok. Aflt. lean 3Br house. 1'1\ &>., Frplc, pr~. 1 blk to best year round, $185. UUI. livmg. Lge 1,2,3, Br, 1,2 Ph . 644-0355 r::,,~:,.~e . Call anytime. Fee. 979-8430. gar, large fnc 'd yd. $215. beach in So. C&llf. Yrly i nc. Great location . Ba: WW crpts, drps. 2 Br Oceanfront· lower•---

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2 sml Ch ildren OK/no lease. $390. mo. 87().9203 536·0321 patio, bltns, some wood $330° yrly avail 7.1 gar Office l..W 440t C...... del Mer 3122 pets. 546·8226.

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2 BA den T . burning frpl. Beaut . S009'h SeashoreS42-0sl6 •••••••••••••••••••••••

••••••••• •••••••••••••• • , .. enms, Newport leedt 1769 landscpd, heated J>O°' le ! China Cove 3 Br, 2 Ba oc Toro 3212 pool .• 2 blks lo b c h . ....................... Attractive rent. On Canal 2 Br 2 Ba stove 150 I Wesldff ~ * VIEW* Vu. $42S mo. Wnlr lse. ••••••••••••••••••••••• =Summer or yrly. OH THI llACH M ......... Apts. recni. crpts, drps: Dock Newport Financial~ .

Huntington Beach 3 Ownr$44-6130/673-7D BR,2BACondo. AU'd. 2 · Furn. , u UI pd., lease, 1177SantaAnaAve, CM avail.Corboat. $300mo. Leeli .. Offke~: Bdr.m , 2btb,frootlerear L-1e~..

31 ... cargar, pool&crec. fac 's. EASTBLUFF Condo , $165. 67S-186S MgrApt113 646-5542 yrlse. 615-4866. CallonSileManalri''

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patios , dbl. gar pool -..--- _.. - c:"l~""c: wl d 'd."b 3ba (714 )642·3111ext311 • Vacant · lmmed· posi . ....................... - -v..,..., ne Y ecor .' r, · $29.9SWK UP. 1Bdr, 2Ba $315, 3 Br, 2 Ba, patio, 2 S•Cle•••h 3876 WESTCLIFF BLDG TARIB.L Selle r flexible . Pb ; LAGUNA Hilltop View LAKE F RON.T-3- br , ~~ft. Price $550· & Bach. Color TV, maid car garage , near new, no •••••••••••••••••••••••

536·8821 home, wood &ca.lass. July atrium, central air, clb serv , pool. THE MESA, pets. 2 BR, 2 ba , bltns, 2 car ! ti( w~·•_:H' Bf ,\'._" I ,, . REDUCED G.S. ThomasRltrs. 27 to Aug . 30. $650 . privll. $39S mo.581-1881 WFRT. 3Bdr, 2ba . 30• 415 N. Newport Bl, NB, 642-100-1 ga r a ge . Golf course

49'·3278 dock, Dgar, Npt. lsl.lse. 646-9681 vi ew . $235. le $250 . $1 ,000. nt/ . M&tl1gt011 IHda 1240 $550 968""56/675--0102 New 2Br over encl gar. 494.2339 ~~,....... Thi .- 1100 Newport leedt 3169 ••••••••••••••••••••••• · _.._ Eas t s ide . Bltns, cpts, v .-

1 beach duplex /· .............................................. Super 3 bedrm 2 ba + DOVER SHORES-4 Br, ...fl?'?l ... llh drps, adults /nopets. $260 Apcal•••t1,_,.11Md ;;'111w-~iw .... -s 4 Br houae nr beach. den Crpts ..1..:... R/O B a , b e a u ti r u 11 y U.t. -'•Md mo. 673-6041 or U.f• .a•cl ltOO ~=--:,::--" ..,......__ B h Jul •- A . ' '"...,, ' I d d MO ••••••••••••••••••••••• -,. near the ocean Good ays ores. Y • ug. $350. mo. 963-4589 ask for an scape . $100/ . • _..___ I ._... ~· 2 BR 1 B . I •••••••••••••••••••••• v ..,, ......,. .....

... . Call548-6239 Bevo J oe 642-8012 --• s- ~o• • a smg e story. llliiill: . .,...,..,.. tax s helters, apprecia· r ' · ••••••••••••••••••••••• Shag Crpts, drps, patio, ~ ~ tion. $110,000. leup. u.-.~- .. ~ .. d New carpet dra~s & 4Br, 3Ba. 2 Blks Ocean. Upstairs Apt 2 Br 2 Ba beam ceil , frplc, gar. ...-----1 ' -

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ba ·th Commpool/t.enn.is3 c •· d 'r · 'to' Adults$210 2544 " 1" ..-........... _.., ,.._ ••••••••••••••••••••••• pam . • rm. w1 · · ar cp~. rps, ng, s ve. Eld S37 3i2s AIMIU WlSlll LIVllC SUH SIT IEACH GeMral

1202 DW. $36S. mo. 96J..4SG9 gar. $595. 645·3370aft.5. Adults $2~5 on yrs lease. en, · · -t "n~mHD ss· PEI sq Fr --

1611 WESTCUFF~ AGT. 541-50.12 ~ . Beaut. new duplex, steps •••••• •••• ••••••••••••• Bev or Joe . 2 Br + convert. den, 2 Ba 675-0486 or 752-0942 E-SI DE 2 Br• l'h Ba• • lochelon

~-~~~~~~Sat/Sun FREE FREE 3 Bed rm , 1 'h b a , frplc •. 2 blks to tJ:each: Nifty 2 BR,. sundeck, gar, Adults only , no. pe l s. •1 II , 2 8l · · •ProfessionaJ Service• washr /dryer/refrig. in· Tennis le pool pnvlgs . bltns : $300mo Yrly . Encl gar ., pa~io , nu •2 IR & Den

* •LAMDLOIDS• cld. Vacant. $300. per $375 1ease.64S-0836. s.Js-3437 ; eves & wknds crpts, drps "paint. $225 From $l75 · $48S $140 up s tore-offices cpU drps air bath . 1730) Beach Bl H.B. 842-2.834' ' mo. Ask for Keith Bkr • 673-8484. mo. 631·0669 or 644-0878.

HARBOR VIEW HOMES Ho•• f hders * 968-1317 ' ' Ho ... y Almt1p•11• Mesov.rde la5t&Adams 4 Br 2 Ba F .R. Montego 642-9900 Central entryway lead· lllaH PHI•••• 3107 AVAIL

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2'h ba, 540·1800

on overs ize corner lot. Callfornla's ' "'-esl 2·3BR Super nice! Nr. ing to lowered liv. rm. •• ••••••••••••••••••••• frpl , gar. Cpts, drps, _-_-_-_-_-._-._-._-_;.;._;.;;._;.;;._-.._-_-_-_-_1NtEoW6 prlumsh souffia.'tcees.bldc~ F l d

~a O 2 / f l L f ·1 k ' h 2 BR .__ h •· ba D/ W. $260 mo. 772 A ,_. ee an . For sale by •Rental Service!• cean. $ 75. 1st/ last w rp . g. anu y itc , nr. """ac • y. re · J St S44..SlOO ml!-------• ferenc e rm, l'.eroi

owner. 1730 P o rt Refs . Steady emp. dbl gar, fncd. lmmed. OC· decorated, lndry, prkg. _ oa_ nn __ .______ copier. Nr. oc WestbournePl. 644·0472 REALTYINC. H.BCH$140. lbr, fncd Babies OK. No pe ts, c 'py. $595. 640-1289 Adults, lease $300 mo. • 2BR,lba, MesaVerde. re .... ;- 833-3640-. AUJlll~

•NewLi· "ng... 714/146-1371 H.BCH$170,lbr,singles singles. S36·0U4 y ... .:-11.......___ Agt. 673-6210 $185. Adults, no pets . '1l ,f ____ -__ .,.. .. FURN. Npt. Bch mini .--.,..- 833-897 1' ~

LIDO SANDS.Priced for• ifVELY =bl iron fa rm, 2 br, kids. Fee. GllATFAMILY Ste p down liv . rm . 1 BR condo in lux . 4

H•wportt.mdil!!6 quick aale-3 Br, 2 Ba, xi. an stupcco . x hi&h· Bkr. HOU51 w/ frpl. 3 br, 2 ba, bltns, bayfront adult blctg . $225. Lg. 3 br, 2ba. Lower . E . offi~--cond., ~ blk bch. Many &lP on . oppy With Ocean HOME,....S 3 BDRM, fireplace, nice setr-cln ' g. oven, fncd . Pool , parking avaJ1, Children OK, no pets . CORONA DELMAR xecullve aces xtras. Only $51,500. View tn <?orona <Jel Mar. *

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* yard. Only $325. lease. Dbl. gar. $545. Avail now. many extras. $275. mo. M7.2593 or 640-0980 aft. 6 2 Br Townhouse, frpl c, SlS0-$225 M.ontb NEWPORT PIER RJty Front unit has 2 bdrms, No fee . CALL. we liave 640·1289 548-9695 from $275. 1 BrfromP>S. View o( tfoatslewater ,

873"2058 or Eves61J.25>Z ~~ ~::~.tri'ft!:r ~ c::!!h"~ ::«:i'fi.· ~· othen too. TOWNHOUSE 2 b•, 2i. c.h Mos• 3124 e,;s~~1·.,!i 9,R,\~\l'.'~:::~ : :~.:::.~·~==~~ Real~~~ GR-~ ---------111 hn 3 bdrms. 2 baths, singl~. Also l br.' $140.: TOl!!4s-~~TY b a • Pool• b 1 t n s • ....................... $170·$180. 642-1960. Catalina views. Separate

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BR looed ;,-;:::.ry • gar. No - · ~·~.~~~ ~~;isqu;~o~! - Polo! 3126 family section. Close to FULL SHYICI . T h S 111. 500. Vogel Co. r, S 15 · • 1 • · pets• ' enc lot, va- - See al '39 Hamilton •••••••• •••••••••••• ••• shopping " llne beoch. EXEC. SUl1IS . · .

own omes, 5% down, Realtors!>48·934i Costa Mesa . Or 2 br, cant, $225. per mo. Ask 3 BR 2'h BA Bluffs Con· st · OCEANVIEW 644·2611 . FROM $110 SIA% APR, 2·4 bedrms, Newport Beach, $205. , for Keith, Bkr. 968-1317 do.

Beaul . decorated. . 2 br. for qual 'd. people. Airport Area 833-U' " encl gar., pool, tennis. •-Propertf 2000 ~ogles, famllles. Agt. CLEAN 3 br 2 ba r 1 Partial Back Bay view. Lovely 2 Br. crpts, drps, S4S-43f'l. Aft. 6PM THE EXCITING i~· ~~ cth(f~m~1C4slt. ••••••••••••••••••••••• ee. 979.3430 forced a ir n~w<lshw'fu. c2 Avail 8/1/75. ~per mo. wood floor . Mature u.-~ •--1. ~· PALM MESAAPTS. 800' ofc + 400' waNi

W0-5 unit apt bldg just c .... _1 Mer 1

222 'c cd • 97&-7422 Mrs. King. adults no pets. $150 Open .--_,.ow__.. -40 carpet rted il'g/ g

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tedi sale Cl orolHI- car gar., n yard. Nr. 2260Placentla646-3l60 ••••••••••••••••••••••• MINUTESTONPT • 1

ce IA mile to entrance). comp e . or . _ose ••••••••••••••••••••••• Golden West College . Bluffs 3 Bdrm 21h ba . llKE TO •ir.•cH BCH. M · L zone $225 o.

to :_:aJ1°( sboP.~f H.V. Homes 4 Br, 2 Ba + $350 mo . 847 -1231 or single level. S440Mo. .. CHILDREN &PETSOK ~ Bach, 1&2 BR. from$16S.

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' ~:M.r 536~25jg': ~50lO · 1''. R. S.pect. view. w/ pool 963·5911 Broke r644-1133 Eas tside Townhouse & HEAR SHOPPING Adults. No Pets * 1 MO .FREE RENT~ •

1076 , & leM1s cts avail. $SSO. 3 BR Red 'd ""··nhs 1 Br. Duplex Beautiful new 2 BR 1561 Mesa.Dr. 1·2·3 Rm . offices ,......

DiuUXI .. - - mo. lse . 644·2877 ecor A"". e. Westclfff Pool 645-8964or~4848 studio apts. Frplcs, (5 Blks East of Newport $135 per mo. N 1

••••••••••••••••••••••• G -d _.G_ bPabUo, rec. fac 's. Bike to 3BR, 2 Ba , Charming . bllns, d ishwashers, 2 car Blvd. ) airport No lease req R3 IUIUMMGo . a r en rove . Choice area 3 Br, 2 Ba c . I~med. occ ' py . Farm Kitchen. Avail. 2 BR. 2 ba, sunkenllv rm, garage. Sundecks. From 546-9860 833:3223 9n1~

LOT Jt'ireplaces, pooi, 1·1, 2·2, house. Pvt patio, garage. Sgls, children OK. $255. Immediate ly. 646-9S56 & frpl , bltns, lndry, patio, $260. 536-2579 MIAl llACH 1·3 bedrooms, enc l. Beaut. decorated. Pvt A~: 4 br house, avl. 645-078S A/C, gar. Adlts. $225. · · HEW DIWLEX CdM Sgl. to 1750 sq.

gara1es: Xlnt appreeia· laundry rm, all bltrui. 8/ l,$325.968-6Zl.S · M&-8225 640-5374 2 BR, 1 BA, dshwshr, FURN OR UNFURN Hwy, drps, A/ con cJl6S4~Jll ~~~:e~~: g~r~t~!~~n Adults, nopet.s. 675-2051 Sharp-4BR. 2 BA.bltns, ligC•y•tto.. BR ' .1 pd ldr ~~W c.pt,d~,patios o Decora tor furnished de· Ele v , cpts, pk g.

Spa rling Investment Cozy pvt bach. Bltn R/O. OW, cpts, drps, $350. mo. ForLeCasALeL .... ~~Septl 2 welc~mu:~ No~~ Cp~~ ~ ~~~~soce:\,:~;;, luxe s pLil·level; 1300 sq Ma s ter s Ownr / R• Corp. Crpt/drps , frplc . Sl75mo. 963-4569 963-1786 ............ 0 d rps, patio. Mgr. 1960 $200/ mo. Warner & Bolsa fl ,

2 bdrm-den, frplc,

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UO 'h Marguerite . ,,...... 3244

s-cle1M•h 3276 Wallace •. Apl6,642-7364 ca. 4662Milo,apLA. storage walk-in closets 300 SQ FT, crpl.s/d 673·2288 •••••••••• ••••••••••••• ••••••••••••••••••••••• or 963-2141 846-5847 bath & 'guest bath, bit~ $95. per mo. Call 646-

8 UNITS North Costa Mesa prime Costa Mesa 1224 inv e stment . 0All 2 • •••••••••••• •••••••••• bedroom l 'h b a th AVLIMMED. Condo3br, studio apb. Annual in'. 2 ba, 2'h car gar. lncl 'ds.

*RENTALS* PLUSH 2 br, 2 ba new 2 BR, c pts, drps, new gas ra nge & oven, patio1_or_6_7_9

_·37_09_. ____ ._ UNIV. PARK Condo. Greal Oceanview lhRUnfurn $165 paint,nearfwy&majo dec k , 2 car enclosed EXEC. BEACH 0

PRES. HEIGKI'S condo. New 2 br, 2 ba, l sty . $39,950. Owner 675-3587

2BR,lba ........... $315 ~L~~1;JJ'~·3 br, 2

ba. Lots ofbltns,pool, walk shopping. $175. No pets. iaragew {la~ry~~m. Suite on lake . Jn 33BBRR, 22 'AIB ba ....• $37S!...,~ Beaut. hills view. Xlnt. t o s h o pping. 'h mi. S45·0760or847-0070. A3Jts~So-~r~ct ~~~: 842pen!~~· Ask for Na

e-J- come $18,720. Priced for Wlr., lndscpg, rec. fac 's., • a ... · .... ···~ neighborhood$4SO. beach. 931 W. l9thSt. LARGE 2 br studio, enc. 5 blks from beach. Furn. --·-~_., ____ _.

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2:TLEROCK AA Realtors 492·2100 548-0492 gar, patio & fncd. Infant $475. Unfurn. $US. 435 EXEC. Suites for Le

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immediate sale. Owner pools. $295. 644 -5093, C91Mstrano will assis t witb financ· 644·5858

·• a ·········• $425 OK & no pets. $190 per cGoldenrod, Corona del Recpt. area, 5 lg. oCc' COLLEGE PARK SanN AH 3280 1 BR N 1 "-- led mo. Warner & Be ach Mar. (714 )675--9337 storage rm. 1360 s f

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BR t t 'I pd Ava il 1/1. $135. area. 847-4440 Avl. July l R 4000 se r vice. Griffith Bl •• -n • • • • ..... - ,,..... • pe . u 1 549 18.19 ooms Lido Is le . Call : El RANCH style home on~ soc1ated South Coasl C.M. $175 per mo. Like

acre? 4 BR 2ba, fam rm Brokers. new. Parking space. No w / wet bar . beaut.• (4) 2BR HOMF.S with pets / adults. -2 Br. ldscpg . w / unique ter· enclosed ga,rages on ~ Townhouu. Adults/ no races. Room for pool le acre lot. Rm. for more. pets. Quiet complex. $19S

3 BR, den, 2 ba ...... $400 s135. 1 br, stove, singles · Overlooks ~olf Course 3 ••••••••••••••••••••.••• 846.8688 7:30AM to•P 2BR, kids ,pet,garage STUNNINGLg. 2br, 2ba. Br , s pa c ious , c lean , ROOMS $20. wk up with

Fee. Broker. Garden apt. Pool, rec adults, no pets. Inquire kitchen $30. wk up apt. OFC in CdM , Pacific HOMIFIMDlltS area. $205. 710 W. l.8&h St. S604A Fernhlll Cr . HB. S48·97S5 or 645-3967 Hwy address. 32S sq

VISleN S642·ff00• 846·6346· . Rooms. P vt . Just lllAl.TY 1 BR, completely redec, l.& e rm . ba th , k1tch , 675·20Sl CORda•l•I- $155. mo. Avail. July 1st. LARGE 2 br, 1 ba, $225. ladry, pool. garage, nr.1----------

pets. $119,950. • D&LUXE '1 UNITS. 1 per mo. Eastside1 C.M.

S52- 7500 UwfwWslted 3425

S45·7001 aft3 pm wkdays, mo: Sep. laundry, pvt Bc h, qui e t. 494-0462. SPAC. 2 Rm. Suite.

.... T••s ••••••••••••••••••••••• (213)388-5255. 970 Valen· paUo,iclosed garage. Nr . l''em. lav. & toilet. CdM. V - . cia Hunt ngt on Harbour. attractive $1 25

BOND REALTY INC. blk. to the 0<:ean (2) 3BR, _644_ -44_ 23_. _____ _ 2781% Forbel Road (5) 2BR. Gd. cood. Eas t aide Immaculate 3

Lacuna Niluel, 831·9'11 Yeager Realty, M&-6171 Bedroom, 2 bath home, s-N AH IOIO Duplex • 2803 ELDEN Cully cariteted, drapes, ••••••••••••••••••••••• 70xl70 lot, beam ceil: soft waler, covered patio

2BR, 2Ba .. $300/350/360Montlcello 3 br, dls · 846-1311, 846-4938. Agt. S-rl...tak 4200 Greer673-+429 • 3 BR., :z BA . • . .. .. . hwasher, gar. opene r . Have something you wan No fee . ••••••••••••••••••••••• •---' _____ ....,.. 4Br,2'1\Ba, bonus .. $525 $215 • . 1st & lasl + $100 !4sell ! Classifiedads LlOO Lux. 2br, 2ba apt. ..... HRNhll 44 . 2 STOltY · shat crpts . $38.500. Rm & grass yard. Sony, no

$20,950 Full price, 2 for add ' l units. Agt. pet s or childr e n . bedrm

1 2 bath, bltns

1 54&-8642 ~e:~":;!i::sf:"~th.

3-4 BR. FUrnisbed cleaning depoe. No pets. 1l well - Call NOW, ........ 3144 t'Tpl, patio. 30' deck. wtr. ••••••••••••••••••• SUMMto;R RENTALS 548-1392. Avail 7/16175 642·5678. •••••••••••••••••••• • •• view. 675·6359

raoae 1e oven. ovetllzeo 2 I~ 1---clOHtt, plnty d atoraie, • ••~ 4 BR, 3 BA Condo. Nr. RAISOR'S FA heal, alr condiUon· Here are 2 It.ores " 2 Back Bay S39S mo No in11, your select1oo of aptl . with oU·1treet pets 642·577t . REALTORS carpel• • d,,,. . Pay- parking. Mon&bly renla1 ...;;.. _ _ . -------• ments 1e11 than rent. are low. Taite this op· NPT H1hts $225. 2 br, 1 4533 Campus Dr., Irvine Call J'rank, nt 8»832l portunity now to in· ba, frplc, laundry, patio, Campua Valley Shop Ctr. ... ... c ... ue renta fl earn a 1ara11e, red~.~ CAU. IJJ.1600

"'•... 21'l{, return, cn Balboa ----"""-------1----------i Acnep fw.. 1200 Island. Cloe• to So. Cal Plua, 3 r, 2ba, Condo. Avail Ju· ....................... R.EALONOMICS BR. 2 BA, bltna, DW, ly 12. Pool/Park. s:ns

1500 ACRES Broker• 675-6700 4335 . rno . 983 · '589 mo. To lnqu.l re Ph :

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f1E£ • ca.ran llOURS A"VIS Willow•. Avail July ht. • ""' Hunt Beech.. Your tax MESA VERDE • mo. JBr, 2ba, coun·

TRADE.sa.1· 1heltel'ff pl'OP'fty ln ep.. ~ BlroQm 2 atoq, avall tty ldtcb, Clean. No peta. L ~..a p re c I a tl n I are as • J u 11 1 5 . i u 5 . + .ss2·31S'l Ii UWl'IO.

BtauUful trae cov..-cv &ag.1519 11tCMDer. Nr New 48r 2~ Ba 2

!:P:b· :s::~:r.::: C. M. Eaat.slde 4-pla. All 1., McC.• saMy. Next to p.i ~rte P•rlect ror amall 3 br, Iba. aooo. IA· ...... llllMI ...... r / swim1!' ~· ~ atrH&• • ree,..aLion come tlO ,toO. Jtkr . COSTA MESAMl-frJt t11e. .1 ••• ,0 wora , 1uMlvi11o&. 1 hn from m..-1 or-..r5 _.11.._1,_.-_ 1_. _ _ __ _ O.C •• • bra from Laa .,_., N•e. ~BR J 8A. tm I* IL\UT. ne• 2 t.lt, 2~ ba, Vt.al, la m~nee ....... ll00 mo. UO 'a.mard, CM. llamclao SH JOlQUID eoulMl'D Utah. ln•-.l ....,.- Twall••• Overlook• developmen&I nearby . ............. "........ - · .,at erst ;. laltt. .. . CloH to Ctclar CltJ, ,mUSTIPCAO~.!~n 2 Flrtplae.1 lo Lhla ..- Jn.TOM. Navia.to La"•· Brtana - •r-•...., Sharp, J BR, 2 BA + dea. ------- - • Heedaklr..-t.Alldna YUCAIPA UU Mo H3·UHTH£ TSRRAC& In ••••· per ure· Wlll WUlcouWtradluae; • ·178' • Univeralt~ Part. 3 BR dlvldt, traM for inc. ~k ll elelll'. C1mbri.S.ttnodel, )Ot 10. prop., T.D.'tor..Uwtlh CALLllNO&aroa IMAU.lBrcha>lex, fllCCI Upa.radtd carpet•. areat ternu. klell DSTA.ILS rard.1tov1,rtlfit.'"5. eaatom dr•P••· AWer.ue. Rtu,tn..- ea .... wta-iau s. - 21s1u.•11

-;:::;:::~=====-=====l======-==:====:=~LO VE LY 2 br Condo - -..,..,------SEEK & ffNN' Clothlat( Mac.rial w/ terr. $325 mo, incl 's. Blk to beach-New Condo.

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II wtl' .• rec. fac 's. 1st & last Jacuul/volleyball. Sips req'd. + $100 damage 6. $125-wk. 968-5700.

30 RETAILSHO Prime reasonable available large ae s Old world charm French windows, ga ae trees . Adjacent. Festival of A

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I N I T A S C A L I I P I I G B T ROrC•THMUP £ aLaB8ATI 1008HINORKHAK IOA NHD 8AXEB8SER~UCKBRTDfM

IBHTOLCDAORBANOGYUR

dep. le $25. cleanup fee. MODERN 3 b Avail 6/30. r , r e ar

m -0138/213·330-3979 house on ocean. Comp!. furnished . $250. wk. West

L11111 a.-h 1141 Newport. 646-7971 for re· • •••••••••••••••••••••• servatlon . White Water view, blc to -. - B- E_A_ C_H_T_O_ WN_ H_O_M_ ES_ bch. Lease 2 Bd, 2 ba , IN SUNSET BEACH. $280. 49'·3383. CALL (714) 840·1648/

Grounds. 580 BROADWAY LAGUNA BEA

494-791 Hewporl leech Jl6t _838_-50_ 13 ____ _

••••••••••••••••••••••• BALBOA Weekly, modern I~~~~~~~~~ PAii MIWPORT 3 br. $225.,. Bach. $100. DELUXE ff ..._.

APAIT.-crs 675·6712 an 6PM o ice, '"" Bachelor lor2 & !ndustrial spaees1 Bedroorma.nd Newpor t , l BR, Furn. mani warehouyu Towohouees Mobile Home, $225 mo. Laauna Nltuel •

Fr. SZ21UOOpellM Avall. July l . 645-1747. Viejo areH. Had)' Dall San D .. JO FWy, 200

S Pooll~ 8AL Penln. 3 br, 2 ba 2000 sq ti. >.. tow

Aero:· fro..; ra1hlon j~1~ . A:is.!:a~· :~": peuq n. tsl-1400 l&lucl at JIUllbcww oa wlcncl SHOPS. Ideal Saa Joaqu1a Hllll Roed. fbr bookstore. ca

C71416~1fll NEAR beach, H.B. a br shop or art 1aU1 .

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961-6611

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houH. Au • • only. All Located In the Mal tum. '500. 5M-OSZ1 The f' a c tor1,

PARK NEWPORT Jr. 11_67_ >-_tee_M ____ --:.

bf. Avl. J\al)' • AUC\11\. NEW Rel&ll &«e or ._ mo. iDt.ra. Ttmlb. lface. Baker SL L pool , 1pa , etc. Cell : "alnl•• · N . Co N4 eta Sve. ..... Ml-U5l

Monday,Junt30. 1915

I snhlfs by bain& ob n 'a C • r pet It P.H.G r,-ick•Soa PAln t&P Experienced HouH· Prof Painter, honeat .,. E • u n-ee est he WalL 1tl!IQ cootractor, r,... at. u~. DrtlhalJU)OO Add/ •em«l#BH1.m.L LI ed UBd.I · cloaoer. By thect.Q. Own work, reu. lnl/ext.. r,. All Typo . .. ree 1 · neu, · · Uc pJ'OI. conal&lt&DL cal < 1011 r et ardanu >. 613-eCMr ~1'70 pi!et': Sc'r!e. ~cou& trans. Reta. 542-0188 est . Refs . 5•1·27'1, Umatea. Call~ 830·S020anylime. us . 962~ Oeareuers & all color Clea .. ~ .. ,_, tca-•13 N.... T PATCH

_..;,._..c.;__ _ _;._ ___ _,. brlthtoeo & 10 min Nooe Belter! Dia JhafC· DUj). - __.mum. I.MK.,.. VERY ~A ...,........ bleach for your white man" Son. Add , leanaps , Treework , Pb: OC·U49. 9 to ooon ••••••••••••••••••••••• JOBS,. RESTUCCO. ROOFSCHECKED! ..._••••••••••••••• ••••• carpe&.a. Save lnODe)' by !!~~li~·Pboa~ ~7~· Gardenint , Mloor wkdys. ROTOTILUNGS25 •WaJlpaperHaQ&loa• Freeest . 893·1439. orr:~~~~s!~e 8MlSIT- MYHOME wavlnf me xtr& tri • u.n:-. Cl ..-..V9'9· ,_, Lndscp'a. l()yn in area. BUSINESS.MEN Laodscapi~·SodS&les. ByFormerlnstrucLor ......... Lken.acC»l*96

TA M~~EA Clun Ivins room. ~ 6"·21U3. INCREASE PROFITS Frneut., M~~;·e Carl Rtbkd · s.8-3"9 ••••••• •••••••••••• ••• • PH: Mi-2961 - --*-

55_7_-6189 __ *- - -4 rm " ball $15. AAY rm •••• ••••••••••• •••••••• MIKE'SGARDf..'NlNG KtrrSK0842-l7M aya eves 1 lnt/Ext. Free Est. l BR L.R . OTIS Plumbing

$'UO, coucb $10, cbalr is. Dreasmaking in the Euro- Quality Yard Maint. GMt Ford'• Landaca_pe Apt. $79. We do AcouaUc. water hlr11, all sizes, dis· w'f.g/ Alt• atioM . Bat6'1it.tin1 . my home. Eastside CM and NH. In· raru referred. 645-9663

15 yu. •xp. ia what pun Manner . June NB, CdY,CM•S48-0030 1 Sod/ Lawns/Sprinklera Gred, 960·2766 / Pete '"'"al•, s toppaires, re- • ••••••••••.• • • ••••••••• eouot.s. not. tDetbo4. 1 do special FR~E swlm suit •••• • •••••••• •••••••••• "' .,,.... " ft •· d t • pat o. · Lie/Insured. 002-7817 536-1943 paira, remodeling and e t • u JUS you. -work myactr. Gd. refs. w/any $SO. pants suit. Japaoeae Qard~ner . WINDOW TINTING ropiplne. New Construe· tern. You se~ ~t. Pant,

. ...... Senke ~l-0101. Designed & made just tor Complete ~a 1 n t .. St,ops beat, gllll'C, lading Mof ... ••c• Reasonable. Prof. Paint· tion. 24 Hr:i. lie & bond too! Patte rn f.1tting & ad· •••••••••••••• •••••• ••• you by Corday Fashions. Cleanup. 1'' ree es t . Free est. Reas. 646-4871 •••••• ••••••••••••••••• ing. Int-Ext. Also apt.a. 642•6283 Justing svs.646-0485.

NANCY BARNE.5 C ....t/C ... By Mpptonly .~ 979·3628 H...U.n AJI Types General Mainl Beach area. 751-()684 / ng Service. Reas. OKI ...... :................ QUALITY WORK Paint, 636-5706 MARV 'S PLUMBING op Soll

by the page or ••••••••••••••••-••••• Electric .a TOKYO TOM •HAULING• WIN DOW WASHING , QUALITY Painting al a •&4i·981Y7• •••• ••••••••••• •• •••••• , 640·5885or640-S92l. LEONl'fECONCRETE ••••• • ••••••••••••••••• Weed EP"lCl °'NT,,_ ... AST clean-up garde. ning, etc. re as

00 ab le prl ce . NOJ08 TOO SMALL J11Top Sr il•Compost•

~-------1 S T AMP l NG , Cob · ELECTRICIAN. Sml y! Care of every· c c. utc .Exper refs Jam&l6-3629 •Mulch*Redwood• 11ter bl es tone , bri ck , tile, jobs/ maint/ repairs. 22 tbina (or you. 642-1 ** 556.0347 ** . . 644-6510 Repair , repipe, water Call 586-0030 •• • ••• •••••••••- patios, etc. ~349. yrs exp. li e 233108. C.M. GENERAL HAULING Ma109rY PAPERHANGING heaters. Service lines . & Profit. CustoM 548-5203 J C I _RE. t>ONABLE* •••• • • •• • •• • ••••••••••• . Honest work. &42·93Ui od dd Pallos Driveways Con- · apanese omp ete - no> Professional, reas. Free ----------1

~mJ t~ rep~r. a ·t'°'&; crete work . Tr'actor Gw- DoorODe•n G arde~ing Ser':' i ce . CALL&l6-SIW8 ~}aLsoLnlryA. MB~ict1ii~~s/ Est. aft. 5PM. 673--5829 Proplr'ty M-:11-•t ins~ a ion. ee es · k Fr t 837 ........, ~ r- P I a n t 1 n g I cult 1 n g I m • • •• • • •••••••••• •••••• • Des1&ns. &\5-3<U9. wor · eees · ...,.._, ••••••••• •••••••••••••• clea·n up . Free e s t . M 0 VJ NG, h a uq n g, Stone. Call58l-7829 •CUSTOM PAINTING~ PROFESSIONAL

Custom Carpen•...... College Students seeking •GENIE OPENE~• 642-3102. gara'ge c!eanup. Reliable Mo I lst Class Workmanship PROPERTY .. , k c l Summer Specials . fastservice. 963-64.52 • llCJ & Mat Int/ Ext All or

ftamangorfinish. Re- w ~ r o n c. re e. lns• · tled •- Guar Gold Landscape M-'ntenance ••••••• • •••••••••••• • • • . . . MANAGEMENT od I dd · Dnveways, patios. Exp. .... °' · • cu • part. Lyle, 548-9743. • m e /A iUoo549-4159 Jack 548 . 0433.Ron Coast Elec. 551·6275 & Sprklrs. Cleanup, HAULJNG&MOVING Mo vi ng, Hauling,

581-1122 •TREE Work 542 2773. Yd & Garage cleanup. Cleanup. 2 College Stu· Remdl Rm Add Patios, 557-6545 · · · Reas. rates. S42-79t4 dents . Exp. & Reas . Patios Ca.pinels, ca r ports , MEXICAN MIKE'S 640.1749. ••••••••• •••••••••••••• g $r a~ es• Mr · Lee · GwdeRlllCJ Lawn cleanups/ pruning. Housecleaning . . Sunshade, covers, decks, 835·3562 Child Can ••••••••••••••••••••••• Apls & com mercial. •••••••••••••••• •••• ••• Movm~/Hauhng. Student fire ring, benches, wood,

••••••••••••••••••• •• •• BOB'S GARDENING Free est. Call 548-2049 HOUSECLEANING is our w / large truck. Reas. brk, cone. Quali~y. Fair

3% otGross

Apts · Commercial 15 yrs. Experience

Zink Dcvelopmenl 131 Tustin Ave

ree Removal, limbing & Shrub clearing. IWtotill· ing. 642·2624.

Ford's Tree Service Experienced Crew.

Lie/ insured. 962-7817

Upltol1tety ••••••••••••••••••••••• VINYL REPAIRSERV. Cuts, tears, bums. re­color. Free est. 639-1250 CorpetService SUMMER DAY CAMPS CleanUps&NewLawns • Bus iness. Call Janice's Barry. 548-9723&839-5779 price.Creativedesigns.

i••••• •• •• ••••••••••••• are back ! ! Grades K-8. Bel 1·30 or aft S 646-2056 Getteral Services Raggedy Anos. 675-6553 p f-A.t / P . Remodeling lge/sm jobs. :;arp e t & Uphol s tery $15wk,inc.all activities. · ' ..... .................. OnnllCJ OperMCJ Ken,eves642-1770. Ray,

__ T_us_ ti_n_· _54_7_·<XM>9---1Wbtdow 'Clecming

Cleanin g . Steam & Mon thru Fri, 9to4. Xtra Tree Trimming, Cleanup, HANDYMAN - Homes & College student will clean •••• ••••••••••••••••••• days 675·9184. We care. Shampoo! Free es l. hrs. avail. Central Bible Haulin g, Sprinklers. Apts. Conscientious your home. Mon -f'ri. * THEHAMGMEM*

Classified ads sell big ••••••••••••••••••••••• items. s mall items or 8J\Y Re1ide11ce/ Comm

646-7811 Church. 645-5050. Free est. 545-2943. Craftsman. 645-6558. CM-NB area . 646-4941 o. Schwart1Sr. 558-1301 CLASSIFIED will sell it. , item. Just call 642-5678. Free est. 640-8073

~:~~!!.~~~~ ... !~.~~ ~e;.i"'st '7'°..Ja,."':t! ~-~~·:t ..... ?!~ ~~!.:-!~•:.~ ..... ?L~~ ~~!.:-!~:-:! ..... !!.~~ ~:-!~':! ..... ?!.~~ ~~~ ..... ?!.~~ ~~~ ..... ?!~~ •roP LOCATION Lost & FcM.d ••••••••••••• ••••••• ••• I. NURSES AIDES Real Estat. Sales

~ , MESA VERDE ···••••••••;.;••••5ioo Scltools & IAIYSITTER Caterer/Cook J NIOR. SALESMEN Exper'd Bayview Con Exper., mature, depen· DRIVE PLAZA ;.'!'!'!~~~-~:!........ htstruction 7005 To CM.re for 2 littlt: girls Experienced U . valesce~t. Costa M~a: dable, com'patible real

for s tore or office. Ample •••• • • ••••••••••••••••• ages 2\.2 & 5 wks lJl our Hours approx. 8AM-2PM · 642.3505 estate salesperson for parking. Town&country MAGI'S MAGIC ArtLessons: Paint, draw, San Clemente ~me. We daily, 5 day week. Must Ages 12-16. Earn $20-$40 per week sales & rentals; full or atmosphere. ceramic s, c r a rt s. need a responsa.ble adult have abili ty to prepare getting new subscribers to the DAIL y Nurses Aides 7am-3pm. part time or open hou.se .152.5 MesaVerde Dr. E . Porceloia Adults/Children. 645·9557 who truly en~oys the light lun c h for 120 PILOT after school and Saturdays. llpm-7am. Experpref'd. only. Costa Mesa. S45-4L23 Moil = coi:npany of. bnght w~ll employees. Co. soon to be Mesa Verde Conv. Hosp,

• _..__ sa.---~ • HAS MOV D TENNIS DAYCAWMeksP adJusted c.hildren. Will- located in Orange Co. Must be out of school f?y 3:00 PM. No 661 Center St, C.M. -o ~ ,.....-_... For Juniors. 2 e . ing lo consider live-in ar· Phont! 213/869-0512 d e I j v e r i e s o r c o 11 e c t i n g . ~alt!1lntr!f PrjJne Balboa Blvd Loe. To A New Location Pr i v~ t e Club .. Top rangement. 498-1079. Equal Oppor. Employer Trans portation furnished. Huntington Orange Co. Studio is seek-

38lt20' Punky & perf. for 18941/z H..w II Teaching Professionals. . . . ing a retired or semi re- ' • t -

c rafts / c lothes/ records CostaMesa Transp avail. $75 . Babys1tter •. 5 rughtsmmy Beach-Fountain Valley areas, call tired B / W portrait BALROAIS LAll'D etc. Lots of foot. traffic. Call 642-624.S 545-5893 home. 1 child. Hunt. Bch. CLERK typist. statistical 847-4360 printer w/cus tomquallty * 673·6900 * 631.10048 CHAMPAGNE Call 960·372 t. typing exp. on IBM Ex- exper. Also, f/time "Girl!~~~~~~~~~~ Piano ins truction. USC t ' 80 2 Equal Opportunity Employer , , 1~

Grand Operun· gJune30 ecu ive. w.p.m., yrs Frid a y w I so me . . l r docto ftdustrial Rental 4500 Grad . Children/Adults. ofc exp .. dictaphone. fil . Reeeptioms or rs •••••••• ••••••••••••••• $10 off Oft services Alice Jarman. 494-3157. BANKING ing. clerical , xerox . New k no~ le~ge d of photo- ofc. Must type SO wpm. NEW BUILDINGS at Ju1te30- L-'vl5 JobsWanted, 7075 DowneySavings Fashion Is land Offices . ... -'pW .. •ted 710QM.a..W•ted 7100 glraP . >'.·dend resume 21-30yrsold. Willtrain. _, & L new - • ...,. c ass1f1e a no. 433 C/ aA'> 4532 O.C. Airport. 2'100to8000 •••••••••••••••••••• • • • oan X•lnt fringes. Salary ••••••• ••• ••••••••• •••• ••••••••••••••••••••••• Daily Pilot, P . O. Box _"'"'_ ._ ;;.;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;.; &q• ft. ample parking. • . Has openings forofc soon open . Send resume to • Janitorial, Local. Days. 1560, Cos ta Mesa, Ca • SO.ME UN lTS Jo'OR .. ost&Found 5300 College g irl needs SUf!l· tobelocatedinOrange Hos p i tal fo' inancial ESCROW F / time . Adults only. 92626 t;:AIE AT lO~io' DOWN. •••••••••••••••••••• •• • mer employment .. Will C , . I 359 S ----------i ~ 1 b o. se.rv1ces, nc: ' t ., a

2n SECRETARY $2.SOhr. 979-39'l3.

Xoll/ l r vine Center. Call LOST / FOUND.A PET? housec ean, aby~1t, etc. Loan Serv Cieri< M ague I Dr, Sui .~ , o . Tempo Temporary llelp R.E.SALES

HELP! 3

.Dan.Curtis. (714) 979.9205 ~-~~~~1~~~~en; ~: Call Jeanne 979

·962

I Ex per. in S&L. banking Newport Heah, 9".!660 _ , 17802 Sky Park, Irvine L~~~u~~: h~~usshl~t~hf::~ P AIMTEAS/ l tsoo• M· l <.:M / l 7lh & • Bkkper. Exp. in Acct'g. orrclatedfieldpref'd. COCl<TAJL ' Ca ll 540-4455 Verde Conv. Hosp, 661 IOATIUILDERS

We are closing out the Harbor View Homes TracL and have more leads than we can han· die.

p J a c e n ti a . 2 2 o LOST: Sm. Teacup Poo· Payroll. taxes. ck. Will Pe r sonnel Cleric Ce S CM Westsail Corp. needs a p\vr/ prkg texhst a ir. 12' dl_e. fem ale , dark. grey. set up ~ooks & .keep th~~ Min. 2 yrs personnel ex· WA1TRESS nler t, · · r e liable man or woman 0 ; '4G-l2S2/ 644-222S Tips of ears blk. Vic 16th on pt. Ume basis. 545-1306 per. Good typingabihty. Leading N.B. hotel. Call .Flo.ral Designer/ Mgr . Leather working appren- to finis h, sand, paint. oil

PL., btwn Santa Ana Av E . . . n Sam after 6pm, 644· 1700. Exp d . Top P~y. Neat ap- lice w a n{ed for new & varnish high quality FOR INTERVIEW !500 ~q ft s hop in Orange &Orange in CM. Reward ~erget.ic . versa 1 e mgr. Call P ersonneJ Ofc EOE pcarance. Friendly. Ask Lag u 0 a Bch s tore. teak wood parts. XJnt co. w / ofc & fncd s torage 646-9839 or 673-4447 Ex pe r an adver., mktg & 213 / 869-0512 for Mrs. Allen. 645-0093 S hou Id be fa mi Ii a r benefits. Please apply at

CALL 673-7601

yrd. Wired for machine · ----------i mail order. UCLA grad, Col students, p /l sis, de· ----------• w/ lealher work but hand guard gate: Missing-Bike. Mono shock 33, w / family. 2 13 / EqualOppor.Employer liv. Eves/Sat.Car, phone GEMERALOFC 275 McCorrru'ck,CM s hop. 545-0760 M L 004 crafting talent most im---'---------1 Beach Cruiser. 3 speed. 923·0122 nee. r yons848·1 f' / l i me , 5 d a Y s. portant. Should like mak- --------........ -

:.ease 1ooosq. It. w/office. from Newport Pier. Mon· . I 'dW__.._~ Con s tru c tion back· · 1 t t Parking Attendants 110·220voltage.Heat,hot day,Junel6.Reward,no Co~paruon. Gd. cook & armat unRV Cook / Housekeeper, ex- ground helpful. Various ~2f1~rsooa con ac · Male / Female. N . B . water. New bldg. Good question s. 968 ·4293 . dn~er. By hr or week. Ca ll548-9949 per. live-in. Small rest duties. Good typing --·--·------ area, p / time weekends. l 645 2244 642·8912 Drive. lo doctor or do home for elderly in Cosla s kills. Reply lo Classified MACHINIST Good Sum mer oppor. oc. · · shopping. Free lo travel. IARTEMDER Mesa . 5 day wk. Call afl d 434 / D .1 Call Now. 2131863-6530. or'-.-------ll.-

l200 Sq. t ' t. M-l w/front LOST: Ulack Lab . 673-1586. Male/ fe m . LeadingN.B. GPM.968-3130. a no. • c 0 aay GEM'LMACHIME 2131832.9961 i •

office, lge rear door . 220 1''emale, 6 mos? Vic . H-• W d hotel. Call Sam after Pilot, P . O. Box 1560· SHOP ASSISTANT 3-Phase. UnJt16, S18.S. 629 Beach & Bolsa , Midway ~P ante 7100 6pm. 644 -1700 EOE CO 0 K . H 0 u se k e e Pe r · Costa M csa, ca 92626 Setup, light machining, PIX Ans werillg Sen Termin al Way. Costa city. 892-4169 ••••••••• •:·~~·.•••••••• a11:•uTICl"' ..... S permanent, 2 Adults, 5 GEMERAL OFRCE light machine repair, Aftn & eves. Wlcnds in-

R. E: SALESPEOPLE needed. Congenial R. E .' office. Individual attcn· ti on

Mesa. Da ys 540-5710, APPRAISE~ S se<:y. Ac· ~ Ari day . wk . $500 . Writ e self starter w/aptitude eluded . EOE. 540-1962 cves. 646.0681 LO!:iT : J.'a mily pel. Lg. curate typ10g, H..E. or Nowintervaewingfor : Classified Ad No. 244 , Credit In ves ti gator , for hand tool work who ----------

$95. 400 Sq. FT.

grey male cat. Wht. spot Mort gate bkground MewporterlMSalon Daily Pilot. P .O. Box pe rmanent / part-time. c an w o rk w / min h L 1560 C t M '"'6"'' lite typing, exper . pre· ---------on c est. ast seen nr. helpful. Self starter . Min. Call : 644-0661or540-8582 • os a esa, "' &IQ . supervis ion. No trainees.

CALL 968-4405

dl '-'t • · ht E 1 fcrred. Conlacl Marilyn, !:ipyglass Hill s M . $175. wk. 536-0687H. ll. va.eage. wc1g • mp . SJCarea.Forappt.call d B 0 d h be & Ua y Arca finance , PERSONNEL

ASSISTANT • • H o m cs. R e w a r ! • eauty perator, exp., recor . P one num r M r . A n d e r 5 0 n ,

644-1497 ARE You Looking f'or pd vac , gd loc. Costa address. 979-4730or979-4733. 7141496_8152. LCICJUllG tilCJUel

831-1600 JOB SECU~ITY '! The Mesa,557·2066;557-6918 GetAHEADlnThe

LOST: Male cal. blk & ARMY has at-and pays Cook , lun ch/dtnner. ex· whte. long fur . Very well. Call 549-2929, ask BEAUTY Salon space p ' d , hr s 12· 8 . Blu e ARMY. Call 549-2929 * MAIDS *

k>.000 Sq. Ct. Sheet Metal Bldg. 2 Acre sidcyard . 9112• sq ft . Nr. Beach & Warner. Pran. only. (714) 842·0433 or (213) 567-0581.

friendly , ans. to George. tor 105. avail for rent Lido Isle Dolphin , 3355 Via Lido. As k_f_o_r _l06 __ _ Full tim e. Apply in person 8 A.M . To3 P.M.

You wlll be the clericall _________ _ Vic. SOth & River NB. area . 675·4100or673·4820 N. 8 . 548-0129. ' Assembl y & Facto r y ---------- Girl f'riday full time, Laguna Hills Hilton s upport for the Person·

nel Department , arrange interviews and assist in pre-scree ning appli · cants. Administe r the g roup ins urance pro· gram and maintain all personnel records and

FOUND : Medium-large white puppy. Vic. Na· tional & Wil son, CM . 645-6641

2000SQ. FT. W/3ofc's Orange <.; ty. A.lrporl

963-7878 FOUN D: Male Samoyed. "9tals Wanted 460 Lincol n & Walker in .,. •••• ••• •• •••••••••••• Cypress 596-6615 Need 3 ~R. Mesa del Mar Found : Male silky te rrie r , hm, w~ll pay up to $350 vie. Gold enwesl , HB. Adult Fam. 546-6599. 536·1367.

----- - -Business/ln•est/ FOUN D: Siamese kitten,

Finance young, vie. of 17Tll & • ••• • • •••• • • •••••••••• Monrovia . 64G- li 75. Business

Opportunity 500 Los l. Light gray male, •••••••••••••••••••••• miniature poodle, has Vending

CANDY ROUTE r ed coll ar, vie. M.V . 545·7246.

E xcellent rout.e or candy Lost: REW ARD! Eng. & s nacks available i S h e c p d o g. Vi c : your a rea. Ideal way t Ca pist rano Palisades

•!11.tpplement salary o area . on 6/23. Nwpt tags. pen s ion. Loca tions 496·0382or 1-556-9189. J nstallalions & Training p al 5350 furni s hed . Fina ncin ~ s . , bl c be ••••• • • • • • • ••••• ••••••• avaa a e. an ex- ., panded to lull time in· .PREGN~. . come. 1''or information Caring. confadentaal ph. 714-879-1284 couns~Jmg & re~erral.

- Abortion , adoption & HARDWARE STORE. keeping. Bj?ach . . Must cash o u1 APCARE547- 2563

' due to prior commit 1----------

menL Will sell for inven· Drinking problem? lot)' & fixtures. Approx Call Alcohol Helpline

_J ~ O • s 3 5 , o O o. N e t __ 2_4_h_rs_a_ d_ay'--8.15-__ 38JO __ ~$15,000 . Growing bus SPIRITUAL READER ~at potential. Owner, Open lOAM tolOPM 411.7283 or 494·825.1. Advice on all matters. l>allet Mfg SSOOM gross 312 N. El Camino Real Retail J ewelry Sa n Clemente, For appt., Ouard Service$000M gr. Call :492·9034 49'l·9136 Pizza. Money maker PROBLEMS? WE CARE Liquor store . ONE w A y HELP

; )tOLLA ND IUSIME.SS CENTER • .,.,,...170 SAL~5'0-0608 24 hr Hot Line 645-8800

.,.......,,IAfl•I, Trwt • Deedi 5035 ~········· ·············

•*All New Abraxu•• ALL NEW CitRLS $10 Special 1 W k

1733 Fullerton Ave, CM 631·1184 i LOANS u, to 80%

: h tTD L1-81/J°/• •,--,..- .-1 _____ 5_4_5_0

: J ttd TD 1..- •• •••• •• ••• ••• ••••• •• •• · t.ow=~~eo. SEEEUROPE 1•.n11 ~11 BY CAR fk a1 Harbor area J Purrhaae aoy Europeao J'Mn Car (or delivery in JM LOAMS WAMTm £uroc>t •let us plan your

• WB llAVP!CASlll lnd1v1dual tour. From - Buy 2nd T. 0 '• Lake-oil lO bome-landlng,

Lolloon2ndT.0 .'J you 11 be ln ~ l\anda d

t New t.o•nt·fmlT D.'1 expttrlJl."Alsolea.~ Ir ren· Equlty lnvamt.. Dav. tal cars. EURAUTO.

I .BARN£tTMRTO. CO. L ido Vlll•Re, N . B . MS-Zl.16 111"'5.SO

Helpers. Apply. SAM. 6~ Be Of Service To Terminal Ave,~~ 6, ~~ Your Community

And ge t paid for it welcoming newcomers. Flexible hrs. Need car , typewrite r & happy dis­

ASSEMBLERS Soldering , mcch. a s­sembly or drill press ex· per. req 'd . C.M. 642-8080 position. 547-3095.

Cook Supenisor must be acc.urate with 25205 La Pa~ Rd.

di t S f 70 figures & typmg.~ary Laguna Hills e ary upv. or ope n. Phillips ine ----------

bed conv. hosp. Sal. Storcs673·4080 MAINTENANCE man. $ 3 $4 hr -- • Must be exper'd in e lec·

rallCJe • per . GIRL FtUDAY trical. plumbing, heat-Must hav! c~eted Large multi million s ing, etc. $3.751lr. lmmed. course In di etary corp. has a secretarial position . Ca ll Jerry ~"· at 2 yr col" opening in il.S Irvine ofc. 545·4855

files.

RN-CCU Nights. full or p/ time. Different ial pay. Xlnt benefits . Contact Mrs. Balestre ri , 642-2734, Costa Mem o rial Hospital,· 301 Victoria , C.M. EOE.

AUTO CARRIER Regi s ter newspaper Newport Beach & Costa Mesa. Weekdays 2 to 4PM wee kends ear ly AM . Need re liabale car. 540-3006· Woody.

B & G•rl Call Bayv iew Conv.I Only people posses~i.ng -M-a-le_ &_ F_e_m_ n_eed_ ed __ fu-ll

oys I S Hosp for a pp t .. you1ngk. brig~~ & posl a50u~~ & p / time .Apply Ken-

Must be people oriented.,._ ________ _ we ll orga niied , aod•• possess above average typing skills. Requires 1 year r elated clerical ex· per ience. Contact .

•AUTO.

10 Lo 14 years of age. Dai· 642·3505. ?ul ?<> s neeu-app Y; '" Lucky Jo' rie'd Chicken, 693 ly Pilot delivery routes----- fypi~g . A few g~~ 1 ofc s . Coast Hwy , Lag. may be available in your Delivery men ovr 21 perm s kill s & the ability ~o Beach

---- area . Earn profit for de- p/ t early morn LA Times work well w (peop~e will --------­liveries & cash. trips or deli v to NB homes & qualify yo~ . Start $4SC;>· 40 MAN I CU R l ST. ~ x · merchandise for selling misc duties. $2SO mo. llr -:Vk . ~ ree pa!kmg, perienced. Bu5y Salon. FIAT new s ubscriptions. For 642·4800 . pleasant s urroundings. & Laguna Bch. 494-30.'H information please call --- othe~ benefits. For an- .

Mechanic 64 2- 432 1. From Sa n Dental/Assist . ~crv a~w call Mr. Roll· Mas~euse Needed. Wall C l e m e nt e - Sa n Juan Ortho ass ist, chr :.ide, mger , 833-8095. train , gd pa y. Call

Experienced ONLY . Capistrano area c1>:1 i'"'ull / Partlime.552·7800. G' I L ' 'd f Bo· t · Ph ysical Therapy, Musl have own tools & • d M '. _. • v · tr .. ra ay or a 10g 645.0860 class " A" license. We 495-~:ro an .'ssaon ae· DENTAL ASSISTANT. Clb. Personable. attrac,1---..-------are a ·· n ew car de · JO 1-:I T oro area, call ' d · h · · ~ · d . likesbout.lnA?675·8866 MASSEUSE, Help Want· ale r ship" & offer ex· 58l ·63l0. ex p . ~ a i rs i e. en -- ed Will Train. Call for cellent working condi · Equal Oppor. Employer thus iastic. Call S48·S844. GIRLS-GIR1.S appl. 631-1184. lions, frin ge benefits, ---------- i Disc J ockey Easy fun job, day or etc . Contact Service Yo1,1ng allrac. female. mght. No exp nee., we Manager for interview. Apply between 1 &4pm. tratn you . You must like

M• z-y:-· BOATS 5 .. _ at ......__... people & be at least 18. ISStvn ._.90 mrr on lr'llll;' .. r-w' Apply any aft. or eve.

Mechanic needed ; M azda ex ­perience n~cessary .

T. Knighl (714 ) 540.8340

PERTEC 17112 Armstrong Ave

Sa nta Ana, Calif. lrvme Indus. Complex

Turn Eas t on Alt.on, at Red Hill, 3 blocks No. ol MacArthur & Red Hill in­te rsection, turn right at Armstrong.

RN EMERGENCY

P / ti me 11·7 : 30 shift. Xlnt. benefits & working con· ds. EOE. Cont.act Donna Roache, RN, Costa Mesa Memoria l Hospital, 642-2734.

RN'S & LYN'S Exper ' d acute care hospital only. P /time. Contact Mrs. Ciolli, Costa Mesa Memorial Hospital, 301 Victoria , CM. 642·2734. EOE

l111porh 4545 MscArthur. N.B. 2112 Harbor, Costa Mesa. 28701 Marguerite Pky. Mii W orkers

M 1ss1on Viejo Carpe,.ers

Rotary-engine overhaul An Equal Opportunity preferred. Conta<.'t Buck Employer M/ F SALES, Art interested

DISPATCHER HotfDayMic:ePay Falkner, Service ~~~~~~~~~I male/ fem. 22 & over. 831 -1740 • 495·1700 &giM/MKh1 Graveyard Shirt. Apply Manager

In person . 9AM ·1PM or 1PM-5PM Mirac. I• ...... _..._ Person 21 -40, trn for Sharp, energetic, resp. or 5PM-9PM. Earn $100 .....uua mgmt. $150 wk guarn. extrovert to work eves in Finish Carpenlcn *Auto YElLOWCAI ++ per week doing en- 645-5700 Coll. pref. Mr. Levi rug making shop in So.

186 E. l6th . Costa Mesa JOY able work in our ---------- 848-100. Coast Village. Must Uke Meehan.IC Must be cxper'd & capa- NO PHONECALJ..S brand new ofc opening MEDICAL retail selling. Fun at·

for used car dept. Salairy work. near . . arport. nt FrontOfc $600St. luntHtr r mospbere . Call Rug hie of doi ng top quality PLEASE O C A. XI p • /'!1n': and all benefits. Opp. for Pocif ic Trawter uOISTRIBUTOR want- opportuoily lor positive Trans, dlctaph,\nsur. F / lime. 5 Yr n exper. Crafters, 546-6340. advancement. Pleasant Cor ---.:- ed, maturc. lntcrestedin mind e d lndiv . f" o r pegbrd,billing. Resreq'd. 536-1452 ----'-------working conditions. See po..--- earning up to $800 per mo personal interview. Ca ll Exper'd Only Please Seles Cllrt&s Service Mgr., Howardl~~~1~7~23~S~·~l~Ui~tch~le~·~S~A~~I p/ t. Call 639-6123 833--8095. Newport Center We have a spanking new Ch D •-Qu ·is•D ..:-.---------1 Employment PURCH'~ING Jr, Market opening in

ev., ove °' ai ..... . DOCTORS "'SSIST liouseclcaning Svs. needs Consult.ants Agency "'1 HunUn,.."n &b. in Mld· NewportBeach. "" • matur e, bondable &""

AVON THlll'SA

WORLD WAITING FOl YOU-

Youn.g llady (l!J.28) to as- w 0 m e 0 N 0 W 1 Ca 11 567 San Nicholas Dr CLERK July . Looking fOf' really slst 10 Health Spa. No 645.5123. Newport Beach 640·6150 sharp full time & part. exp. req . we trrun. Apply ---~. --- --- 1 Ume help. U you havo any af\. or eve. 2930 w. Housekeeper. Live in . M.dical Assist.It lmmedl•te ()flening for hMd lfrocery or liquor

Opportunity ror lnd1v. Coast. Hwy., Newport Must drive, cook & lgt. BACKOFFICEti&OO \ndlv. w/1-2 yrs general sales experienc:.,e, we w/ l year related work Beach. housekeeping. Somo lgt EKO 's , lnjectlons ortlco work, prete.rrably would like the oooortuni-e xperi e n ce, pleasant nursiogexp. Salaryfiexi- Venlpunctures in purchasing or ac· t.y t.o meet. you and dis· Person a 11 t Y & a P.· Oroftuimt ble. 830-811 I . Newport Center countin.c. MUl!.t.. be good cuaa the pauiblllty of a pearance. Excellent co. Map work , s hould have Employment communloatoY. T)'ping future with our com·

CASHIER ·

benefits. eKper. freehand, rupido Hou~ekeeper, Cook ex· Con.1ultants A&ency 50 w.p.m . FIUng & heavy pan)'. Please call ('110 A s u n A V 0 N Call SIAM·Noon graph , contourinlt, part- per d lor mar. couple. 567 Sen Nlcbolu Dr phooct. m -3030 lor an apPOinl-REPR ESENTATlV E . 64~)Jl9 UmeOK. 644-44U. 1 t.lve· in . Pvt rm / ba . Newport Beach fM0.6150 C .. 644-"'9 ment. You meet new people & THllAVl .. CO. 642·9606 ,..o•el Mana•ers, exper 9AM Noon s·~ ,..ti:! F ._......_ Ca havoxlntoamlnp. Bet- 150New,.tCtr Dr _...,.,.....,...._..,, .... _....,..1nJtcllon mold1n1.1o~od ,aia:y ~1ood drrHBlalVINEOO. N:daw=~ ter than satllnf at home? 1 10 ... _ __.. ,..._ "- l CaU : $40-7041 «zeroth Mewportt.ocll Engineers to$30K machlne opr. Sharp apart . 2878 N port --•r-·---- Mtmt, ·~ maned. 7•13S9dayB EqvalOppor. Employtt Dtcta.Phone /Seey toSGSO person w / leadmao Blvd. CM. S48-'75S. . Ne.,......_. Big SU, llS· hSJ or ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~! Reccpt/GcnOlc toss:iO potenUal needed. ~JC NURSESAJDES EquaJOppor. Empioyer 846·'7.sl

C._ ... _ •--t-&-& Typlst. /GtmOfc toS.:-.00 lo c ation . Call r . Allahlf\s. Conv. lbp --------- Sales. Unuaual c1._'tn NOTICI -..-. ~ IRVINE PERSONNEL McOonouah for appt. Calll42-«i83

how Dally Pilot. Class· sNteowcpok rBt rCot~~r~rcc.!_.1 C'cmnrr.c.,Aro...tCY 7l4/496.Sl52 lec••MHltt !e~n~~~ Uied ads dul>L\Y tbelT _. .x;l\..v•'-LJ ~1:.1.,. You don 't need a gun to For Leaslna Office In 1. Ovucome ftar. t . meu1gt>s with lelibllil1 Wendy, &44-2"2 ~ E . l7lb <Al lrvlne) Selllni 1nylhlng with a ''draw last" wbcn you Laauna Hll~. UaJtt typ- Time elemen&.a 1. Self and Imp-rt ? Olrids, we · CA&Kl£R. pert·Ume Suite224 Coc>Si. Met1u Oa•ly Pilot Claaslned Ad place an ad ln lhe Daily tng. J5 hrs per w~k. dlstlpUne. Youneedtbl .. are proud to •1. ttall.1 Weekends Only Cal 64.Z.1 470 11 u almplo matter ••. Pilot Want AdlJl Call now $2. per hr. lndus\rlal Pleaae•oo dllehuto. ~sa~: • u

1 u · Ph 0

n ° -~C!•!!U.!~~~1000~·~.~c~.~M~.--l'•~-~~----!!-~~-!!~-r-~-!!~~~----~-~~---~-!'I Just call Bt2·S67'8. - 642·5618. B mt .. Call 83MSS1. 11t-tu•lt03.

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!!~t.~~ ...... ?~ •. tter,w..w 71 u...w...., ' '" ....................... ;~ ................. . Salesmen: Colteae 841· Servic• StaUoa Allen· TELEPHONING Hr• dent. here la your cba_nc dant , ••Ptr'd. D•r It xtra S$ at borne ~al.Una to earn bl comml•lau eves. FuU & p/ tlme. Al>P· lor retarded eblldrH aUauinmer&conUnue ly SheU Stat.ioo, 17th 41 ::::iram. K.8. area.

11MtM*-'._ ... . ,..,, ...... A.KC 56"1 ·IRI

earn when school re . Irvine~ N.8 . 101 sumea. lnWretted? Call ---- ---- ---

AIC•AWMIOXB ~ 'J'luby llaJ.epupta-DSI

Mond11y 6 /30 or -ru,.day 111, btwQ &am 4' 3pm tor SH A RP CMIYSl a p p t • H A N D Y lntere1ted in a Fashion PRODUCTS CO. Costa Merchand ising career. Mesa 714·5'8·S8l6. Must hhe sales cxper.

1"ul~ & p /Urne positions SALES avail. C1lll forlntervw.

51a_, . ,.,......._ W THI LOOI( ·

THE NEW BROADWAY

To mua1e very active 64.._6100 women's boutique. Must.1-----------1 have totaal retailexper. & STOCK CLMI(

t AGUNA HILLS

•PIT WOii De l;lua·Apao, Cbibuahua, Poodlu, co*cker. Sblb· tau, co*cker, Doxle , Doblt, Ph Bulla, co*ckapoo. Pom. 10 mleted pupplell. sew •va mo.t brffdl. 2525 W. 1Ttb at Fairview. SA. Open ev•. 511·502'7.

be able to talce rte.ht o 2.3 Yrs exper. in elec· responsibilities. Xlnt OP· tronics filUng kits, bandl· por. for right person wh ln" inven. control, ""e· is interested in a perm • ,,. f/Ume position. Salary+ pare MR's , receiving & ereat prof. sharing Plan. s he I ving stock, move

mat ' l in house. Hrs U you qualify, call Co 7:30-4. Xlnt co. benefits appt. include 1 wks vac after 8

THI LOOK mo's, 11 paid holidays 644-6500 group ins. starts day ol

-SAL- -E-5- - - ----1• hire & many more.

SHARP GALS! DoclllMHlor lntereste.a in a F""hlon <Div Addressograph/ .... .... Multigraph) Merchandising career . 2921 s. Daimler, SA MusL have sales exper. 714/546-3551 Full & p / time positions Equal Oppor. Employer avail. Call for intervw.

THELOOk 6 4 4-6500

Scltool l us Driven Now a ccepting applica· tions for coming school year. Capis t rano/ San Clem area . Must be 21, good drivihg r ecord . Training provided. Xlnt job for housewives. Com· munity Bus, 492·3&73

STOCK ROOM CLERK

For s mall electronic manuf. Exper'd in ship· ping & receiving also de· s irable. Req's good hand writing & some math.

STACOSWITCH IMC. '\

1139 Baker, Costa Mesa 549-3041

Equal Oppor. Employer

SECRETARY. Fast grow ing N.B. mgt. consultin firm, nds, e xp . sec . w / Xlnt typing & ofc . sk.iUs. Gd. starting s'al. frng. benefits . Call Betty SUPERVISOR

o,... ..... ...... lntenle w ... hr:

• DIPAITMIMT MANAGIU

Carpets le Beauty Salon

• SALIS Full & Part·Time

Day / Eve ablft.s avail.

• HOUSIKllPIHG

• RESTAURANT

For• appolrtlcm .. Call516-1901

Or Apply In Person

THE BROADWAY

LA&UMA HILLS MALL

<Located at San Diego Free way & El Toro Rd)

Interviewing Hours 9:30·11 :30AM

&: 2: 30.4: 30PM Monday tbru Saturday

Equal Oppor. Employer

ltl .. AKC, • mo's. Sa· ble le wht. ll• " fern . $100 ea. 213/ WM636

BASENJI Rare. Blk/Wht. Fem, barkJeta, odorless, amal~. aw. 631-2238

....... y.. 1045

··········· ····'······· German Shep mixed pups. Look like Shep. Really grea t dogs . ~

LONG HAIRED Blk Wht. Male Kittens I wks. Box trained. can 546-5392.

PUPPJES. co*ck·A·PO Blk cur ly, 7 wks, plyfl, "93·0789. Females.

FREE: A few chickens al 2201 Pacific Ave. If n one bm, see next. dr. (2209)

KI'M'ENS Weaned &Trained

Need bome-6484615

2 Orange/ Wht Kittens. 1 wks. Box trained- Need gd home. 644-2999.

8050 ••••••••••••••••••••••• Moving: 8 ' stereo . 833·9721. Telephone room.. P / time

--- -------1 hrs w /definite advance- ----------

Secretary/ lkkpr ment oppor. in na · Noritake china~ freezer, refrig & lots more. All in

1 Girl Ofc. F/time posi · lionwide corp. Nice ofc & tion open tor ncat.i. order· x I n t w o r k i n g al · ly girl in small design mosphere. Exper pref'd. orien ted manuf. co . For intervw call833-8098.

TECHNICIAN

xlnt cond. 545-4757 Waltr••es .

Experienced waitresses Moving : Like nu qual. over 21 . Day shifts & furn . 8'h' couch & lov­weekends. Mission Viejo es ea t. w I matching Inn. Call 831·1550 tables. Beaut. oak 8 pc Knowledge of bkkpng

important. Must be ex­per'd in gen'} ore duties, payroll , invoicing etc. Exper. in ofc mgmt & s al es h e lpful. Appl y Walton Corkwood 934 W. 17th St, Costa Mesa .

din. set. 7 pc dinette. 963-6465. To ass is t in irrigation W AITIESS P/T

valve R&D. Must have mech'l & electrical ap- Dinner house exper. p.re· •SOFA &LOV~EAT lilude & knowledge of f'd. Must be 21. Apply in See to Appreciate. Gd. basic m ac hine , tool s. cpe?.0~· 843 w. 19th , Qual / moving968·8822 Want that special wide os a · esa . . ranging person who can $lOO _ .,.,50 kl tuf· Moving Sale: Beaut. Uke l k r k t h . - wee Y. 5 . nu large din. table, SECRETARY, full time. a e over . ro~ s e c ~ fmg envelopes, 1 hr dat· chairs $675 673-7381

SH & typing skills. Cail & verbal darection ~ / rrun ly. Rush stamped sell ad· · · · 714·631·1111 superv. No tr_ain ees dressed enve l ope AttractiveSofa. Gd. cond. ---------~• please. SJC location. For McGannon & Associates, Grn . plaid. Approx 7'.

SECRETARY appt c all Mr. Karbo, 305S.StateCollege Blvd. Asking$100. 642·8.S59. lmm e d . ope nin g in 714 /496-8152 or 548-3202 Anaheim, Ca . 92806(DP> - . ---=--------1 educ ation dept. Mus t aft 7pm. Like New Couch & lov· ha ve xlnt sec'y skills , WHO WANTS TO WORK? eseat. Grn / blue noral, 2 m edical terminol ogy Telepltone Wes DRIVE A CAB! maple end tablesw/mar· req 'd. Salary & benefits P/ lime eves &SatAM. 16 CHOOSE your hours, ble tops. $115 takes all. competitive. & over · Apply . 15056 work for yourself be 536-9863 ask for Todd.

Contact P ersonnel Ofc Jackson, Midway City. your own boss. Me~ or ----------! Fountain Valley After 4pm. See Dave. Women. Can be s lightly Garage Sale 8055

CommunityHospital handicapped. N e at · •••••••••• ••••••••••• •• 17100EuclidatWarner *UTOTEM* Clea n Appearance. VELVET Couch, Marble

979-1211 Vet.s., retired. Age 25 to coff. tbl ., Beautyre~t Wiii Train You 70. Supplement your in· Matt. & Spmgs. Movie

SECRETARY FORA come. Drive a cab 6 hrs cam!!ra , la~ps, end tbls AD AGENCY Rewardllll) CCll"'fff' or more a day. Apply in & misc. Daily : Anytime.

Newport Be ach. Fas t In CORYetHnce · person, Yellow Cab Co., :tl~20~bbot Dr. , HB, Typist . Learn all phases St ·

1._1 186 E . 16th St., Costa __ . ______ __ 1

5409373 ' Of'e -••· Mesa. Hon 1060 .,,. . · Go to the Nearest Tic Toe H . Ser vice Station Attendan Market for AppUcations MerclMlndltt •••••••?'6••••••••••••• full t ime , exper. pre · & Info Or CALL (714) •• .. •• • •••••••••••••••• Appy geld. 9 yrs. 14 hands, fe rreclt Chevron Station 642-7702 Antl .. 1 8005 West. & En~. xlnt 3000 Fairview, CM Tic Toe Systems, Inc. •••••••••••••••it•n•••• gymkhana & )Um per.

UNUSUAL Oriental Ant· _M4_ -0_ 9_37 _ _ ___ _ ....... ,.............................. qs. Dynasty Imports. 240 Reg. 20 mo. old Quarter

Newport Ctr . Dr., Design horse mare, black, xlnl

A CONVENIENT SHOPPINC AN SEWING GUIDE FOR THE CAL ON THE GO.

For• A.d In WOfM'll•t Wortcl Cal Sue 642-5678, bt. 330

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Plaza. 640·5664 potential. Will lease lo AppliancH 801 0 tra iner or xlnt rid~r ; or • •••••••••• •••••••••••• sell . 979-7422 Mrs. King. KENMORE Dishwasher Reg. Appaloosa, 2 yrs old, 6 mos. old . $100 less than I very gentle, has been un· coal. 675·0702 der prof'l training for 3

Kenmore Washer & Gas mos. $650. &32·7560· Dryer $75 ea. Maytag Jewelry , 8070 Washer $65, 546·8672 ... •••••••••••••••••••• guar/del.

l icycles 1020 ••••••••••••••••••••••• CONSUMER GUIDES

l Newes t, Best Buy

ls Now Here! The Super Le Mans

By Centurion Corona del Mar Bikes

3323 E . Coast Hwy. Call 67S.7fi66

2 Schwinn bikes, 10 spd Continental $75. Boy's Motox Stingray $35. 646·3680

WANTED TOP CASH DOLLAR P A ID FOR YOUR JEWELRY, WATCH~. ART OBJECTS, GOLD, SILVER SERVICE . FINE FURN & AN· TIQUES. 645-2200

GRAND OP ENING SALE Jewelry wholesale & re· tall to public. Indian jewelry, Heishe, coral & parts . Costume jewelry . 1000 of necklaces to choose from. Start your own bu s in ess , whl s

Cmneras & prices, min 2 doz. Equip.....t 1030 Jewel Street, #2.

••••••••••••••••• •••••• 17941 Magnolia Ave., New Mamlya DSXlOOO Fountain Valley , ca mera, full warranty,

· $339. retail, now $175. MitcehMou1 8080 552-5897 •••••• ••• ••••• •••• •••••

Beaeler 23C, extended base color enlarger w / lens es & carriers . $407. retail, now $200. Other dark room equip. for sale. 552·5897

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Legion -Tacky­Belle - Beaver -

COLLATERAL

Fmltit Blltill• .

333 E. 17th St" Costa Mesa

' ...................... H-e of P-.callffl

NEW SHIPMENT

OF TANK 1TOPS & SHORTS All Cotton

or 100% Polyester

s3, s4, s5

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FANTASTIC BARGAINS

PANTS, BLOUSES, SHORTS,

TOPS, PANT SUITS,

DRESSES

$2,$4, $5 &$10

Be One Of The 1st To Wear

EVE'S BIKINI

PANTIES

.... ••••••······· ........... .... ,.. to10 ~-I W-'"' t W ~ .................... ,.. .. • n I liilM' ct 1 1 .... 9110 ..... ..... , ...... .. TOP CASH DOLLAR .,.P_.ut Tbert sr.~aa • .11~ ••••••••• • ••••••••••••• WE PAY TOP~ PAID POR YOUR _.pe Poi ....... ._ ,_. FORTOPUSEDC~ JEWELRY. WATCHF.S, laiUn• Oil )'OUI' fiber· HUSKY 250. U'la. Perfect FOR!lJGN. 00 ART OBJECTS. OOLD aJau boa\. Let UI c&ean 6 cond. saoo. 400 Suzuki or CL~lCS SJLVER SERVIC£. paint your en1lo• & TM. Look• brand new lfyour cn lscxt.rac.:M). FINE FURN • AN· bilr. lnlhewat«otout. $650. 545·7418 • &eeU${irat ~;,y· 11QUES. 645-m> ~:k 10-:~:u.1~ ~~r. '72 too MAICO. ll.S. pipe. IA.Ua IUICI •. .

M .._nRESS Mikuni. Ported. Xlnt 2925HarborBtv~i;.,;1 A BOY SCOUTS need boats, cond. 6'2·3824, Costa Meaa 979_:25Qll

cilrs & airplaoes. Tax ad· · . Mat :. *MADNESS* vantaaes. 64M980. 1974 Yamaha~ Street. TOP DOI I 4-: Show room cond. •

*ALL SIZES• loah, M•tau-.ce~ mi. $750. 751.sM6Jim PAID a-ftced to Mo•e!· •• ~~~ .......... !-_~ ~ H•••s. IMM_!D11~'!'L ~ ,_,n 833·9625"~ _ , .... 9160 l'"W - 'l

Electrical· Woodworking •••••0 •••••••••••••H• FOlllGN CA.IS * * I IUY * * Plumblnt·lnstallation '73 Explorer Motor Home, CA.LL 01 COMI ... ~ Good used furniture & & Repair. Jnbd Eng re- fully aelt cont. 11,000 mi . TO SEE US • ~ • appUancea, or 1 will Sell palr. Fire syatem instaU Xlnt cond. Extras! $8695. for You. & maint. Scorpio Marine 968-1292, 89'7·2&17 MA.STllS A.UcnOM 548·970C . Near New 19 fl. motor 646-1616 & 133-9625 Exper. Boat Clean·up & home. Mint condition .

Or SUNDAY839-0874 Maint. neat & dependa· Small down. Take ove FISllER 4x7 Slate, Coin· ble, Refs. Jim. 846-3629. t:.~:Se n t s. 0 w n er . op. Pool tbl. Best offer. looh, Power 9040 ------- --• 642-2156 ••• • •••• • • • •••••••••••• ' 73 24 ' Pace Arrow .

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31M W.c..t llwJ.~ /-842·9405 . I J '73 CARAVELLE 15..,... Genera tor, root air, tape

Pr. new custom drapes 95 . • 7~ deck 13 000 · $13 2501---------""• x 220•& 1 panel 95 x i44 t>c?wrider. SSHP Mere. new,' take ov!':·py~ts. llghl green & beautiful L!ke new· xtras. $2900 496-5105 $100)make offer. 549-lOtO Farm. St>S43S. ----· - - ----1

· ' 75 Skipjack 24' Fl br Trailers, Trovel 9170 Irvine <:=oast CC. Mem· Used 3 hrs Twin ~70 ••••••••••••••• ••••••• • bersh1p . $1000. No Volvos. $1':ooo Firm. 15' Travel Trailer , new transfer fee . Call673~5 846-3575 glass tires, elec brks ,

CUSTOM SIZ~ sips 6. $995. 552-5897

WE BUY IMPORT$ ,·,,

Top Doll ar For ~n~ Make or Model. •1l

JIM PANOS : MAZDA COLORS GALORE! ' 30 C.hrit Coiaa~ Trailers, Utility 9180

AIEA R~S 1967. W1lh Fly bndge. ••• • • •••••••••••••••••• 2001 s. M anchestei:. .: Nds paint. or I will paint. Anaheim 636-QIQJ

with or 'w / o color Othe rwise Xlnt. c213) NR. N~W Heavy duty car c oor din a t.ed hand · 781·4292. (714)549-238l or equapmt. trlr . $1 ,200or Orange Co.tty'$ ·., knolled fringe - BU make ofr. 546-6906 Highest$ luyer ·• . direct from Manufac· 26' Gabin Cruiser. T .S. _._..._ fo s.-1- on

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lurer- Tremendous Sav Reblt eng. New paint & _ , r - r-•• ' g ·' I ... $2500 of 67·"'1995 ••••••• •••••••••••••••• 1111 Maxey t--- ~ · m s. e e... or r. ~ • ...&:-s/ -w-'* 549-8181 • _._,__ Call Roger or Bill ----------1 16' Glasspar Avalon, 75 C lassics 9520 847-85.55 , .. ..,1\ TV 23" Color Consol HP Johnson, trailer, xlnl •••••••••••••••••••••••i----------$250.968·1486 Hot.point 22' cond. $1495. 64().6668 CORD- 1936 Westcl'lester FREE APPRAISAL Side by side, white, ice in , 810 Sedan. Ivory w/ Plum We buy used cars " dr., new , warr ' ty . 15 1f.i new fibe r g lass Int . Mint cond. R / H, truc k s. Call GROTH transfer'd. $575.646-0324 walkth ru, n.ew 85HP, 79,000 act mi. $16,000. CHEVROLET for a fr~

Mere. & trailer. $3895. CaJl 832_9655 appraisal ~ •. , Wurl.itz~r Console Piano. Make offer. 645-1745. . GROTH CHEVROL1£1'• 2 F1shmg rods & reels, M t 11 th" . k ' 24, Recreational 18211 Beach Blvd.•"'4 l?1f cl~bs, c~~· 7x35 R~lne~! •72 ~a~~ruiser Vellict.s 9530 Huntington Beach '

mocu ai:s. trailer fully eqpt '. • •••••••••••••••••••••• 847·6087 549-a:J;U SURFBOARD. " Jacks". "7800/ ff p t ... a .. , . ~ reas 0

• rv P Y SELLING YOUR C""7, 6 7 , Beage. F1at rails, 546·5986 D • hardly used. Excellent free Show TOP PRICES PAI • cond. Must sell this Glass par 15' OB Boal, For Jmports week. $90/ make offer. J_ohnson 50HP motor, Rec r e ationa l Vehi c l<: P a id for or Nol , • Call 675-8624 evenings till-awa~ trlr, all new, Show now at Huntington De an Lewis lntPOl'h. -and weekends. won on game show, full Center Mall, thru Sun. 1966 Ha rbor, C.M.

warranty $2600. 556~0707. July 6. More than 40 new 646-9303 .. • ... Handmade brass coffee ~ , table. White Provincial 197a R e nnell 2~ Sport models at special dis· TOP CA.SH! bedrm Sul.le. Lamps . Sedan, fully eqwpt. New. counts . Be ach & Ed·

r · ge t s D. g For clean used cars• ft Fine piano, original pain· $14000 or $10000. 19751~ tn r ' a an ie o tr u c k s ! H o w a r ·d tings . Lennox china . Skiboat V·hu_ll. 3404 Via ·Fr~W~Y~-~~~~~~~I Chevrolet . Dove & QuAil Cash only. 536-2335. Pri v. Oporto NB 67;)-8866 = Streets. nr. MacArt.Jaa.-; Pty Boats. R.nt/ VW DUNE Buggy w/ trlr. Jamboree and Brii.~

Charter 9050 1750cc eng. Xlnt cond. Newport Beach. 833 -0SS5~ Miscellaneous •••••••• ••••••••••••••• $900or bst ofr. 675-0372.

W•ted 8081 New Ski Boats for river or Autos Imported ••••••••• ••••••••• ••••• oce_an 19' or 21 '. day Trucks 9560 •••••.'••••••••••••••'!••

crwsers . Now avail rent Na $$CA.SH$$ FOR a day or wk. 67!>-8866 • • ••••••• •••••••••••••• General 97v1. i~s~:~:v':s~/fs~{;fg~ 3404 Via Oporto Lido TOYOTA SALE ••••••••••••••••••••'! •-:

Vig. LAMBORGHINI W~nl to buy 26" bike. Newport Yacht Charters, NSeTwlLL' 7A4V.A.IPit!!S AU T.AO~-Noc·u-LNA-C IS.NSG·, ·c· s· single s peed. 968-4293 01 Spoclfi s hers , Deis el 642-8912 Cruisers & Sailboats. For

OfflceF'Unihre& info & r eservations , HUGE SpTlusOCK Of Equip••"* 8085 673-3000. 75's l TQ.

•••• • • •• • • • • •• •••• •• ••• loats. Sail 9060 .0 r a n g e c.; o u n t y "~ Exe svl chrs $15/~. scy •••••••••••• ••••••••••• luy or L.ase MOW! newest, mos t modert1·

s tls I d ks , ex c d k s . · SPEOlALIZING IN· Pierce -867 W. 19th, CM. Herreshoff American 'sales ~. Servi~

ch rs $12/24, desks, dftE Sailboat fieGJl lewtA. • ·authorized dealer !

645.7411 Eagle, 22 ft . WLW, 26 ft. T. QYQT~ · Leasing overall . Built by Nowak ,.

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EXEC. desk & chair s,50. & Williams. 714/546-7172; r . " r , Used I BM ex ec. Aft 5 PM & Wknd s 1966Hor~"!r,~CM. 64_6 · 930J l!Ji.'iL :UI BOHGHI~f . typewriter & stand neeru 714/675-2644. URRACQ . work, both for $10. 19531 . '58 Dodge Carry All. ( "65 i'iOW ON DISPLA y · Airport Way So. S:WLe 1E 33 COAST ~~OD~ No. rblt eng, runs gd) New or 191 (at O.C. Airport) 32. 2 sets of sruls. Wall ac· brakes $800/ bs t ofr between 12 and 5 PM. cept best , reas. offer. 536·9444• days 000·203S Taking Orders On 556·2711 . Aft. 5, 675·0924 ev. ' The New Esoada' s -

Pets 8087 Brand New Laser. Racing •••••••••••• •••••• ••••• gear. $850. 546-0078 eves 2 WHT. F'em. Poodles, l _a_f_t8_. ______ _ yr. old. $30 ea. 16 wk. old Lido 14 + trtr. Siamese kitten $25. J wht . male turkey $10. $1250 89'l·3644 S49·4282 26' ALL aluminum Proa.

BABY PARAKEETS 8 ' beam, built in W. $4.50 Germ. 3 unstayed unsup-

Call S75-6586 ported curved revolving Masts all connected lo

Pianos & Or'CJMI 8090 single mainsheet. Ex· •• • ••••••••• •••• • •••••• tremely fast! Sand Dolly UPRIGHT Piano, gd . Trailer w / VW engine . cond. Nice finish. $395 or $3500. for both. Days

ARRIVING SOON" • Open Mon-Sa t. 9 to 8

Closed Sun . · AUTO CLASSICS. L'I:IJ". 10591 Bec hler Ri \'.~r'.

71 FORD RANCHERO

Automatic transmission, power steering, m ag wheels , very low miles & in garage kept condition . . · For the fastidious buyer !

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Fountain Valley, Ca . .. 'il4 r :>57·3345, 714./963·8381

.. lfa Romeo · 97ot

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Demo SALE best offer . 960-llS.5 ( 714) 64 2 · 2025, e ves · 3100 W.Cent ltwy.N.B. ·

(714 )646-6625 ... 2•94·05 P riced from SewlftCJ Machines 8093 U"f $6 799

' . • • • • •• • • •• •••••••• • •••• KITE-For Summer Joun

Class Winner '74 F ORD Courier . Near ( ~7502> BABY Overlock. $225. or 548 8794 new, deluxe . bestoffer. · · 536-7616 leach Imports ·

847-2619 CORONADO 25 New sails, . 848 Dove c.-.4i Goods 8094 $6 800 . 64 2- 2793 or Truck · 2 ton , ult cab,18~t. a tMa cArthur • ~· • ng 213' 592 1969 box, Tuk away hydraulic & J mbor ..... N B. •••••••••• • •••••••• ••• • · · lift gate, 4 s pd trans. 2 a ~. 1

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Poo1Table, 4~a :-c9. HOBIE C AT. 16 ft , spd re a r e nd , r e blt 752-0900 _ Murray Professional w / tra iler. Xlnt cond . engine. Cab & body in BMW 971.z

Offer 548·8794 Priced right. 499-1{)9d. good cond. $1500. 443 W. •••••••••. • •••• • •• • •-· SU RFBOARD. "Jack~"· HOBIE 14 w/ trlr .. sting & Bay St . ciisst.~:.esa . O RANGE COU~ 6'7". Beige. Flat riuls, licenses. Gd. cond. $995. O LDEST hardly used, excellent 675-3587 Vons 9 5 70 & condition. Must sell this ••••••••••• • •• ••••••••• week . $90 / make offer. '74 HOBIE 16. Wh.lte DODGE VAN 67, xlnt ' Call 675·8624 evening! w / Yellow tarp . Lik~ cond . $930. Auto, heater , Sales -Service-Leasing and weekends. new· $1.850. 49'-3414 V-8. 548· 1831 Roy Ca" ... • ~ !

TV, Radio , Racing Sabot. Sail #4015. ·12 CHAT EAU wagon, 8 Rolls lloycc B~W

Cats 103 1 •••••••••••••••••••••••

The other day I had t borrow· a cup of sugar

The brief est & sexiest

Bikini panty 3 Prs

for $7.50 24"

Bandanas $1 .00 Heh

HIFi, Stereo 8098 Gd. Cond . $300 or bst ofr. pass., auto power , air. 234 E . 17th SL ' • ••••••••• •••••••• • •••• Must Sell. 673-&185. 644.1668 Costa Mesa 546~4

Cariole Ste reo AM· FM 7, Fbgls Sailing Dinghy . ... . ..._ W t-..a 9590 radio, phono, 8 track Co l t ii' t1 ui "'""'' aft wv tape deck 2 s peakers i>mp e e sa mo eq p. • •••••••• • • ••••• ••••••• • • Good cond. $000. 548-6611 y headphones. Aux. outlet or 673.~929 I BU ,

1 llnd ant e nna hookup. JUNK CARS .. Team thl• loa1"r v.-t with PERSIAN kittens, CFA Plants 25c up. Trailer Head cleaning tape Kite + Trailer 847-'7243 $ 'ST & llOA-.'(

L. 1ffMj .... , 11f~- 'o:!c~~vo,~:1:1i:~':i 11u regisiered, top quallty, hitch $25. Trailer weight cartridge inc lude d . •..050 640-1749 C SAN TA ~M• i

""I 11.ullt• t>uu•Jq tor 4011bt• s how prospect.I, allo•lud hitch slHve. ~lb. t.ow· Pefect condition . Sac . .,. Have a Junk Car? all us. 839

'3 I 'Pl' I•~'· OrocMt or wol'9tcrt service . tlOO and up. Ina t40. 2 Pinto mag $l""' cash. Also record .__._ Spe-..a & Top $$ paid. 839·2819 .

OMl!l MAIN PAnT- ·-·· la fWO colota ID 'lln ... ,. pa l• 892 ""'70 h-1 •. ,.: ea-.. Lathe - - --· ... .. ...... s TICUUIMATIOIWINOMAd4ilNE 11p. •IP up 1wiru- •lllamtr tent iUtcl\. l'llltN·n 11eo: ·- • w ~ 5

_.. \;D. albums ta.50 and 8 track Sid 9010 , ... 7

.. ~r=.;;~~=~=::==~~=:==::~:::5;=:=~'~' [I ta mloulft• I tn crlao. no.Iron .wi .... • 8 111ff 11-JS 111ctud~ $25. Books, magazines. artrldoes $4 e a c h cotton blt>tul' It'• tdaat tor &end st.oo tcw e~h pattmi. Beaut.. Himalayan Kll· 17 ft. CC boat with 1 or c • · h••••••••••••••n••H• t ~ home, re-ort 111111 •ho1>i>tnf· Add ar rcw each pattl'l"ll for ten s. Marked llke •nt1ines $650. flus many 642·46S3aft. 5pm 18' CLASSIC Chris Craft T A R GAZER:"" ...

'Prln tlld Pattora 91 t : ftral•elan mall •nd 1~111 $ ' l t1 hai d 0 M h t1 Speedbo t ..,_ _ _.........., ___ B•. CL.\Y '- POLI.Al\ ,.,, .. ,. sit .. ti, so. u , J4, u. tiandllnf. 1, 114 to Alie• 1amese, on.· re odd• and ends. 207 GRUNDIG a o.ony a . at" n (bull ao tak• 1" JJrool•, tN, tllt Delly Pilol. like peralan. ACF Rea. Thurin St. ( rear) Near MAJESTICSTEREO $2,500. includes full cvr. Jdii, '~·Incl\ fabric. Ntedleeralt Dtle .. IOI ta, Champ atodt. $150. -Ph: Bav St.- 1 bl)t west ot AM/ FM ra:n:0 • - r"""ord 6'7-5·0702

Send 11.00 for H eh ~tt.frJI. C - ITT 1 *' tloo 1'1•• u" ' w• "' "'" 1---- - -----::n::,~~~. ~~·.(.:d'!*.=i~i ~tt . "~ .".: . i:.u.'Pt1n\ 5.\2·9- ~~~~rt behind Dally clayer. Old but play1 l4' Fbill. Dual HUU, wide, <ti1M11111ft: otherwlH third· N•m~. IAcldrtN. &p, PatlMll fflM ALA YAN IO'l'TENS eaullfully · Make offer. 1table

1 J ohnaon '75HP.

den de v~r)' Wiii tab Ulr- ~u:..~· dotl•nl 'c,, .. te P4tdl'reed llReptered Btaut a lmost nu CUit 72" $4&·9933 runa ad.,$700. 548-6181 • .._111orm~e. SendtoM1r1ln "'·' ... _ •--'"-N Stud vs 175-0181 l t b t · d Mll'Ull. 4'2, lbe Delly Pilot. .... ..... t .... P-· - - - OV•H• • 'I op • · Dual 1219 turnt.nble $135.

t lf7tN••"'•"Clilakll' orator Bl"t/ "'OP tr K ood r t 1i ,. ... P•Utfll O.pt., m w .. 1•11 Hnllus:ll\td~ ... 1P "'-- 1040 c . .. ... enw am· m uner. rw'e ~ Ht .. New vortt. N.v. aoo11. N .. i NI -•w ..... ..,00 ...,. •-'n&ed velvet. Ori• Fm~ BlltiqUI 1001 •fl.,.. Advent Dolb" ••••••• •••••• •••••••••• Print NAf!fll: ADORF..$8 If, r " " ....- ~ • ••••••• ••• eet e • ••I••• • !°!:1 MCA, •~• ......... - ~ AlZI'! I nd if vu NUMtlJl'. Nt'WI lUn•• Cr«Mt .. . . I UI - - .. - lOOA tl95. 8'73·0822 W.twcclet/ HJ ~ + l(Nt flook 11.a p .... Au1traUan cr .. .-.....rd ..;.;;;..;.;.;,_ _____ -I =::,~~?!":;;~':t~ ;;...,..8oc*:::::;::H''° &shepberd ;;pp; 9 S.an Air c:oncl. !000 btu, AM/ FM Sl•reo Rcvr Soee 4"1 91 10 tlf'lll lnsld• NEW UJUNO· 1'-•Cr«Mt9Doll . ... •00r wttks. 111..eNf Uke new t7S. SchwtM turntable. •PNktt'I, ad"'•••••••••••••••••• .. • ~~~E.I •u .. Mt:R J>ATT&RN IWJ9btet.llift8otillt . . .. ·• blk•.... ............ 333 m 17th St '1• HONDA tS> Wl ...... CATA1.oo. aoo1t1 .... •I•••-. 1....,..c,.1attM1111 .... 11.• mena - ·-· !.&Ml'• 5e • coad, •110.••ntS. ' ·-· tne pauem <'OllPOft ettMI Tk' tMU•t MaeniM~ .. sa.• S~Jc Terrter, QW)e, 3 mo. ,._1_._pot Re'""'• ....... id Jammv Palr'1. laHUC: - · HW • KNIT IOOii with 1-..n\ MONt9o* ·"·! ·• c tlal ~.. l.U-·- c t M ..... & M.... cond. IOOO ml. Odd Oou' '*'t&IAutpat~nl ...... 1us ·=~~)".:!'ta •. "ii': C, bamp Pot.a ' sa6 (lot new one> 01 G ••• ......... Setv. Sll•A'll s-..;=~ tneu.nt P•tll""' "°'* .... Sl.00 .Jr-""!' t ~ td .. w Sacrifice M2"'377 CALL -.ma ...,_ •••• •• •• •• • • ••••• • .. •• • 0 0 1-.nt111w•111 ... .. .. 1100. , ....... ,A~- ..... .... ut1IQ1 s ........ to I 0 'TJ N RT N 9000 ml, -

t*..:..!~ .. "i.::ati' '.:: :w A!CrnaRedl ·Pu8!!, , mo!· Pr. cont•mp7' aola1, ollvo ••••••••h ••••••••••••• or offu. Alk tor se.v.: uQlll1t1totT~" ~ .. ···• - r FF# ' • upbol. 1d cond. iioo e~ a..e 1582 ld.tau\rtrl-. ...... Ml '150. 8Jl4pm. MW41•. Antq Cberl'y • drwr CltMIMI lttterRetlOftll lAl ua soil your boll\, 1ny __ • ____ __ .... ""~~-•

· Yorkablrt Terr1er Pup· chMt, Serputlne top " tte..of P9K9knl alae ; for fast results calJ ,_ Ya.maha • Blldwo, plea. lwH.lsa. AKCAes. top drwr . uoo. Ph : Meu Boat Cenle r , Xlnt. cond. a.• ml.

................................... •CaUID-teOT• 678..a'71Lldo. ~...--..- 846-0638 · tobtUeve. $'745.416 •

PERSIAN KITTENS from my neighbor an CFA Reg- TopQualll..y h n d t o l e a v e

$751$100 546·9965 _c ..... o ..... L_L_A_T_E_ R_ AL_ . ___ , CREVIER

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1$aVOLKSWAGEN P .. FOR OR NOT. w I L L p A y T 0 p TOYOTA ~-..nR. CALL KENT . EN,~ ' SportC ...

1 ' DAT SUN 510 Automatic , power A ma tic radio s teering , air cond .• b r . 42 ,oOo miles '. AM-FM radio, vinyl 811• <SlSCOQ) 2026 .~No. 11478. HDl>or Blvd .. c. M. U1Cer Expares 8-30-75 SS&-1673 10 p.m .

MM'' 9725 '73 Toyota MK II

;;;;.;~·~·;,;;;;;:;· 6 cyl., i:::r· s teering, ... -EST :.. 1 .6'•'--T radio. healer. air cond .• nsw • -~ new radial tires, auto.

- 11\IMEDlATE trans., 402MFV. DELIVERY $1499 ·

!All Models &Colors '67 Toyotc. Fick• D,1.,.1. Mihr Motors 4 cyl., 4 s peed , beater. \,~ pi pe rack. Handyman mama special. 4r,7;~-:1 1 120 W. Warne r •_; at So. Main ~a Ana 557·2132

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1973 RAT 124 Sport Coupe

Mint Cond 646-8202

'74 Hornet Std. trans .. 6 cyl., r adio, heater. economy plus, 286KEM.

$2499

'69 Pont Le Mans 4 s peed. radio, heater, YHC063, m ec h anics special.

$399

'69 Dodge Dart Aut o mati c, pow e r steerin g, air cond., vinyl top. YEN928.

SI 199

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"14'"128 Fiat 4 dr. s edan. 2 1966 Hor~r; c M,. 646 .930.J 111oc. old . 494-7846 or 4n.3717. - - '71CORONAMkU , lomi.,

'73 850 Spider. 16.000 mi , AM / FM Stereo. Rads. ~AM/FM, Xlnt cond. &l. Auto. Xlnl. cond. 831-1.537 C>ffe r . 644-2160.

9727 '71 LANOCRUISER 36M mi .. AM /F'M , Warn

.......... •••••••••••• • hubs. Gd. cond. $3,500. ll'H HON DA (;ivic car. 752-0476 aft 6

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in Shade I~ Attack WASHINGTON (UPl)-In a .

Sharp retreat from past em­phasis on the atom, federal

· energy officials today formally abandoned the nuclear breeder reactor as a m~jol' power source for this centl4ry al\(I raised ~ar J)ower research to unprecedented prominence.

New Rail Crossi-ng Debated

Whether pedestrians should walk over or under the Sant.a Fe railroad tracks when going to the San Clemente Pier is the ques­tion being debated today before a state Public Utilities Com­mission hearing officer.

The City of San Clemente is seeking a new at-grade cro5sing rather than the existing un­

: derpass as a means of improving "Pier access, especially for-senior

citizens. But railroad officials want to

maintain the undel'p8ss and have wen· tbe l\lppOrt of tbe Public Utilities Commission staff.

Willlam Jennings, attorney for tbe PubDe Utilities commission, said that it was the staff's opinion

. that aecee1 can be lmJll"OYed by inumng a ramp in the existin& underpass and that this could of­fer greater protection to the pab~.

Aaotber at-1rade crouing wo•ld expose the pubUe to irater daqer, especiaHy -children and older and infirm persons, when crossin1 the track, according to the PUC 'staff. ·

Today's hearing at the San Clemente Community Center in San Clemente was attended by about 10 residents. Private citizens will have the opportunity to testify for or against the new crossing at 2 p.m. Tuesday.

The b.earina,i.s upeded to.take. two or three days, after which testimony will~ forwarded to~ commission for review. ·

A decision on the city's request wWDOtbereached untilfourtosix. moathl from now, according to w PUC aide.

·Heroin Dose ·

Kills Addict In Laguna

• A Lakewood man died in Laguna Beach early Saturday or an apparent heroin overdose.

Officers were summoned at 1 :52 a .m ." to an apartment in the 400 block of Cypress Drive. They found Larry Edward Calvert, 22. sprawled on the bathroom floor, said Sgt. Victor Sagan.

Occupants of the apartment, where Calvert had been visiting, said he was In the bathroom when they heard bim fall. The two forced open the Cloor and dis· covered Calvert on the floor, Sagan said.

· Evidence at the scene indicat­ed that Calvert bad administered heroin to blmaeJf, Sagan satd.

Calvert was transported to South Coast Community Holpital, South Laeuna. by am­bulance. He was dead on arrival, policesald.

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Delivering a 25-year research blueprint to Congress and Presi· dent Ford, offlciels hastened to note that the baajc enero costs in the United States are likely to double by the year 2000 no matter what technology is develDped for the future.

And Ford also cautioned that eoercy sufficiency is still a long way off.

The research plan prepared by the En~rgy Research and Development Administration asked for a $71.4 million reduc­tion in f uncling next year for the controversial breedtr.

Dr. Robert C. Seamans Jr., head of ERDA, said the funding reduction was requested because the breeder program is being slowed down to allow a manage­ment reorganization and a new assessment of environmental im­pact.

In part, he said, more informa­tion is needed about potential medical effect or plut<>nium -the d~Jldly fuel the breeder uses and prOduces.

Seamans noted ERDA also was asking for a $63 million increase in its original $1 . 7 billion budget for fiscal year 1976, with the addi­tional money going to expanded research in solar energy, coal," improved oil production, con­servation and advanced energy system.

The new blueprint said the breeder, once targeted for com­mercial use no later than 1887, now probably will not become. a major commercial elW!l"IY ~ ducer unW the early 21.st century - if ever.

It stressed instead the need for (See ENERGY, Pace A!) .

· Grove Youth May Be Freed · Within Week

DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania (UPp - The U.S. ambassador to

· Tamanir·1nrys he· -expecta··teft­wing guerrillas in neighboriDC Zaire to free the- last of four kid­naped f oreieners within a week.

The release of Kenneth Steven Smith, 22, of Garden Grove, would end more than a month ol behind-the-scenes negotiations with- the · guerrillas of Zaire's Popular Revolutionary Party.

RACING THRILLER - Dennis Vittori , left and Ollie Vaughan battle for first place i~ Mission Viejo during ~e ~nnual ~ville

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Homeowners Soap Box Grand Prix Sunday. Vaughan won. The homeowners fund raising event was watched by an estimated 2,000.

Three Cit,ed Over Nudity

Orange County Sheriff's of­ficers cited three peoplefornudi­ty on a South Laguna beach dur­ing the weekend after the trio al­legedly refused to comply with a county ordinance banning beach nudity.

Deputies identified the three penam u EDa lbe .BUrpn, 22,

. Cyptess; Dan Clayton KeturaJds, •• I I I Bftdt, and-~Dell Traphagen, 24, Brea.

Officers said beachaoers on the sands at a beach 'near 32081 S. Coast Highway complained to sheriff's deputies after the three cited persons strolled along the beach in the nude.

Thieves Hit Locked Cars

Locked cars in the Niguel Beach ·Park, l.aguna Niguel, were the targets ol thieves dur­ing the weekend with CanacJian visitors reportin·g to Oranee County Sheriff's officers the loss al camera equipment valued at more than $500. .

Approval ~xpected For Scho()l Boosts

Agreements granting a 6.S per­cent salary increase to all Laguna Beach Unified School District employes are expected to be ratified Tuesd~ night by tbe- Laguna .Beadl Jloard of EducaUoa.·

, ~i•tions betwe~p tlfe school board's representatives and employe groups have~ in progress since spring.

Teachers were demanding a 12 percent salary hike. Non: teaching employes sought a cost of living increase roughly equal to 12.5 percent while ad ­ministrators and counselors wanted 6.5 percent.

The tentative settlements with teachers and classified (non­teaching) employes, includes a pr_ovision that they will receive another salary adjustment if the

district closes the books on the current fiscal year with more money than is expected. The f15. cal year ends today, although a final accounting of the · ending ..,...._ will Ml be availal!W fOf several weeks.

Tbe provlsion Is that the employes will receive a one-hall of one percent increase for each $40,000 the district collects above the first $150,000 over the project· ed money available for the dis­trict to spend. That amount is estimatedtobe$5,371,377: .

District administrators were attending a principals ' meeting today and could not be reached for. comment on the salary in·. creases. .

The board will consider the re-_. commended settlements at 7:30 ·p.m. in the Education Center, 550 · Biumont. · --

Nation's Gas Prices Climb 3 to 5 Cents " I am confident he will be re­

leased within a week," Am­bassador Beverly Carter said SUnday after the kidnapers freed Carrie Jane Hunter, 22, of Atherton , Calif., and Emilie Bergmann, 25, a Dutch woman, for an undisclosed ransom.

Deputies said J obn Charles Fredlund, 21, of Calgary, Alberta

· was swimming in the ocean off the park when burglars smashed a side window of bis car and re­moved a camera and accessories valued at $500.

'From Wire Services CHICAGO - U.S. Gasoline

prices will jump three to five cents per ga lion Tuesday, making the.last time in the 20th century that a gallon of regular gasoline will sell at an average of less than 60 cents in Illinois, an oil and gas authority predicts.

follow the one he expects to go in­to effe.ct Tuesday. He said he saw nothing ahead in 1975 that could bring a price cut. The guerrillas freed Barbara

Smuts, 24, of Ann Arbor, Mich., six days after seizing the hostages May 19 in a raid against a 'Fanzanian wildlife reserve run by primatologist Jane Goodall.

Miss Smuts carried guerrilla ransom demands for $500l000, an assortment of weapons 8nd the release of imprisoned comman­dos from Tanzanian jails.

Tanzania rejected the de· mands but friends and relatives of the captured students set out to raise money for a ransom.

Miss Hunter and Miss Bergman were set free from the guerrillas' stronghold in eastern Zaire Saturday morning, traveled by boat to Kigoma on ' the Tanzanian side of Lake Tanganyika and then Oew to Dar es Salaam.

" I'm in eood health;• tbey each told reportena Sund.,.

Both were suntanned and looked fit.

Norman Hunter, came Jane's father, said that "ne1ot1aUoos i-eadine 11p to the releaM of Emilie and Carrie have been in eood faith as between honorable men.'' J

Hunter and the &irll-6tcllne4 to live detalla ol tbe •bchlction or the ne1oUaUOD1 for le• al pro­lonliq Smith's capUYit.J.

"We-are not taklnf any rlab at tble time," llunter said. " W• are DdW IDOlt anxloua Md~ Ulat Stephen Smlth WW be re;. ...... U I008 U poaltile.. ''

llUilter and Carter ref\INd to diicula the ramom 1Mlid to tlle "*1'lllu, who an cfedlclltecl to tb• overthrow of Pre1ldent Mobutu Sette Seko ol Zaire.

In the ocean nearby was Ran­dy Blood, 22, also of Calgary who 106t a camera valued at $40 when the same method was used to gain entry to hi~ car.

Thousands Rally BUENOS AIRES, Argentina

(AP> - Thousands of workers demonstrated peacefully at the" headquarters or the powerful General Labor Confederation to­day, many demanding that leaders break with the Peronist government.

The prediction was made by Herbert Hugo, senior editor of Platt's Oilgram . Hugo said part or the increase - l lh cents - is directly due to the $1 pt?(. barrel oil import tax imposed June 1 by President Ford. He said big.her costs of Mideast crude oil are a second factor contributing to the bike.

The editor predicted small~r monthly price increases would

Jilted Girl Halts Wedding ORLANDO, F1a. (UPI) - '.John Gatewood was

about to say " I do" to his bride when a jilted ex­girlfrlettd ca'me running down the aisle yelllni, ''Oh, no you don't!"

The unidentified woman voiced her objlctions Saturday when the Rev. J .W. Toomer routinely asked if any person in the Shiloh Baptist Church objected to Gatewood 's marriage to Carolyn Justice.

· A shoving match ensued and the flowers were knocked orr the altar. Someone finally summoned police who took the girl aside for questioning.

11Sbe just said she didn't reel the girl (Gatewood wu marrying) loved him. SM ~anted to make her objections known 10 she 1to()d llP.:when the minister uked," 1ald police officer Jim UMt.

The woman left When aued to dO so. The weddin& then continued wit.bout furtlaei ~.

"June 30 may be a historic day," he predicted. " If a con­sumer doesn 't have a tank or gas by midnight, he 's missed the party.''

The cost spiral probably will begin before the Fourth of July weekend i s mos t major petroleum companies plan to an­nounce the price increase, said Hugo.

Hugo said in an interview that drivers have foregone fears of gasoline• shortages and the de­mand has dealers hoping to hike profit margins, which have suf· fered during recent months because of sagging sales.

Although many petroleum companies increased product;ion last week , the additional supplies won't offset the recent import tax or $1 a barrel and desires to reap profits from the additional de· mand, Hugo said.

" The national spotlight forced the companies to boost their out­puts and has probably averted

. spot shortages during the sum· mer-months, .. Hugo said. ,

Major refiners had been operating at about 80 percent capacity, partly in protest of complex of Federal Enerty Ad­ministration guidelines, which: petroleum companies complain

. hamper profits. Hueo ntlmated that gaeollne

would jump from its pres•t averaie of about IO ~ti a 1aUon to between 70 cents to '1S centl by 1976.

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SEOUL <UPI) - More than a dozen North Korean guards and newsmen attacked two American military men at the truce village of Panmunjom today while the military armistice commission was meeting, eyewitnesses re­ported.

The fist fight came a few hour9 after the South Korean Defense Ministry announced the killing of. a North Korean armed infiltrator and a search for another re­portedly on a mission to as­sassinate South Korean leaden.

The incident at Panmun­jom stemmed from an argument between a U.S. Army major and a North Koreaq newsman which de­veloped into a fist fight, witnesses said.

More North Korean newsmen and guards joined in the brief fight and an American military policeman on guard duty rushed totbe aid of the officer.

1be major and the military policeman were knocked un· conscious and bad to be carried away on stretchers, the witnesses said.

When they came out of the room, however, they were on their feet and the major rode on the front seat of an ambulance called in by the Americans.

The extent of their injuries was ootknown.

At one point, the witnesses said, there were more than 100 North. Korean guards at the~.

During the me.etib1, North Korea clmqed the SoUta Koreans and Americans with various vttftatf ons of tbe Korean armistice agreement, indudine alleged fortifications in the de­militarized zone and sea and air intrusions. .

Coast Driver Stri~ken in ·Auto~ ·Killed

An unidentified motorist ap­parently stricken by a heart at., tack died early today at San Clemente General Hospital after he lost control of his car and it rammed a telephone pole in Dana Point.

A California Highway Patrol spokesman said the victim ot ~ 8 a.m. crash at the corner of Selva Road and Diana Drive car­ried no identification. ·

Witnesses told officers the car was northbound on Selva near the intersection and suddenly began swerving wildly. It hit the pole at low speed, the CHP spokesman said.

The spokesman noted that the crash was not severe enough to cause fatal injuries to the driver leading investigators to conclude be may have died of a heart at­tack . Tbe death is under in· vestigation by the coroner's of. fiee.

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ing section for Dave Romo of La~una Niguel. From left to right are Joey Sims, Stacey Sims, 10, and Diane Romo, 8.

Anne Morey Services Held In Laguna

Private funeral services have been held for Anne Morey, a longtime Laguna Be ach resident who died June 17 at the ageof 77.

Mrs. Morey and her late hus band, James, moved to Laguna Beach, in 1937. In later years the couple resided in Bakersfield. Mrs. Morey re­turned to Laguna Beach follow- . ing the death of Mr. Morey in March.

She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Thomas R. Judy of Laguna Beach and Mrs. Vin­~ent J erome of Washington, D.C. and five grandchildren.

Following the services, the body was shipped to Canastota, N.Y., for burial. Arrangements

. were made by Emerson-Bartlett : Mortuary, Redlands. • A paid obituary that appeared · in Friday 's Daily Pilot contained : erroneous information about the : death.

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ENERGY ... an expanded range or research, including more vigorous efforts to produce synthetic natural gas and crude oil from coal and oil shaJe by 1985 and to increase em­phasis on sunlight as a source of electricity by 2000.

Even the most optimistic of six scenarios presented in the plan showed the United States conti­nuing to import oil until 1995, a decade beyond the goal set by Ford. But officials said that did not necessarily discredit Project Independence because actual im­port levels would depend on future domestic oil and gas dis­coveries and possible changes in U.S. lifestyles . '

The potential of solar electric power production has bee n virtually ignored in the past. But the plan said it should rank equal­ly with the breeder and nuclear fusion as one of three unproven but potentially " inexhaustible" sources of energy in the 21st cen· tury.

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GAS ••• he predicted that others will follow.

" There will be a real deluge of price hike announcements in the next few days," he said. " Maybe a consumer should get a can or a thimble full or gasoline, just for posterity 's sake. It's not gol.ng to be any cheaper in this century."

Officer Slain By Fellow Cop

NEW YORK (UPI) - An off. duty Transit policeman was shot and killed by a fellow officer dur­in« an argument while both were drinking and smoking marijuana in a parked car, Transit police aaid.

A Transit police spokesman said officer Stanley Curt.ii, 28, waa shot by officer Clilre>fd Day, 28, Saturday while the two were sittin& In Day•a car in the Bronx.

The officers, both due to be laJd otf today H a result ol budget cull, were •'under the tnlluence ol marijuana, H1rvey'1 Britto& Cream and beer" at the tJme, ac· cordin~ lo the spokesman . .

Girl Feared Carrying Old Booby Trap

GLENDALE. Wis. (UPI) Police are searching for an 8- or 9·year-old girl who they believe is carrying a watch containing a World War II Nazi booby trap.

The watch , with a one-foot-long gold chain, contains an explosive equivalent to that or a dynamite cap and if triggered could cause death or serious injury, police said.

The watch is owned by a North Sid e Milwaukee man whom police would not identify.

The owner of the watch at­tended a picnic at a park in this Milwaukee suburb where the girl was seen playing with the watch Sunday afternoon.

The man ordered the girl to re· turn the watch. She told him . she'd put it in bis basket but when he searched the basket, the watch wasn't there.

The stem, which activates the explosive device, must be " im­properly wound" in order to ac­tivate the bomb, but police wouJd not specify what constitutes im­proper winding.

Man Buried With Cycle

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) -George William Holyfield told his f amJly and friends recently that

•if anythln1 ever happened to him he wanted to be buried with b1a motorcycle.

Holyfield's wish wu carried out when be and lda c1cle1 a customlled Harley Davld1on " chopper,' ' were placed in the same 1rave at Forest Lawn Cemetery.

'Tbe 23·year-old Richmond native wa~ electrocuted wben be apparently touched IOIDe bare wires while worldn1 on a uWltJ pole in the city, pollce said.

Prieonen Hunted LISBON (U Pl) -'11111 mWtaQ

today threw bell~. troops and " civUlan vl1Umee .,._..., into a nationwide .......,. for the rest ot • ex·MCM DOIC91De

· wbo eaceped S1111cfl'y from . Portuaal '1 new maximum aecurll)' prtton.

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U.S. Supreme Court indicated to­day tlaat loeal ordlnw• baa· ntna taplea danelq In all pubUe pla_. probably are \llCOUWu­tlonal.

But the Justices stopped short ot permanenU1 atrikinl down IUCb a law ID North lleqJ9tead, N.Y., boldlDf lut.d tbllt two tavwn ownen were not barred from 111tdnc to bave tbe law declared uacouUtuUoul in the federal COUr1a IO Ian& M state crlmlaal cbaraea were not pend­IDI aaainlt them.

c Tbe unanlmoua d~ m~­ly auatainecl a preliminary ln­Cloa which prevents tbe town

etlforcln1 the topl .. or­dinance unW the lower cow:ta de­ddt whether to atrike down the law permanenUy.

JuaUce William H. Rehnqulat 1ald tor tbe court that a diatrict court wa1 correct in ftndinl that the North Hempttead law ban· nlnl topl~a femal• from " all public places" probably 1a un­conaUtutional.

But be 1ald such a nalinl was 1uata1Ded onl)' for purpoee1 of a pnllmlnary injunction, and that the Supreme Court was not rul­inS OD the ulUmate meritl.

The declllon means that North Hempetead can atUl attempt to arpe the law ii constitutional. althoulb the blth court indicated lt mltbt later atrike down such a law permanently.

Rehnquist said states and locaUUea could have the power to ban nude dancin1 ln bars under

.their obligation to re,Wate the 1ale of liquor undrer the 21st Amendment.

Laguna Unit Eyes Charter

A citizens committee studying transfer of Laguna Beach from a general law,to a charter city will meet at 7: 30 tonight at City Hall.

Members of the committee are Phil May, Woody Dike, Sally Bellerue. Hayden Ringer and Jeannette Meri lees.

Aa a charter city, Laguna Beach would draft its own " charter" thereby increasing local control. As it at.ands now, La1una Beach must follow state statutes governing general law cities.

PREMIER cva.11T Plene K.,amakw•

Log.Helps Motocross Endurance

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Barbell salesman, don't bother to rinl the doorbell when yqu come to the home of Pierre Kanmakera.

He mi1bt consider you a dumb-bell. .

Karamakers already owns what he believes is the finest piece of body buildin1 equipment made. It bas been publicized in numerous magazine articles and Karsmakers considers it so valuable that be hides it. in a forest behind Aegean llllla.

Its effectiveness has been pro­ven by making the 28-year-old Mission Viejo motocross star one of the world's best-paid athletes.

The secret? It 's a 101 about eight yards long with a girth of about 10 inches. Karsmakers works out with it twice a week, lifting, tossing and turning it.

.. I have to keep it kind of hid­den because somebody stole the last one, " smiled Karsmakers, a native of Holland who setUed in Mission Viejo two-and-a -half 'years a10. '' I guess somebody cut it up for firewood.''

The exercises Karsmakers has developed around the log have ·attracted international attention, primarily among his competitors who want to discover the secret of bis stamina on the rough-and­tumble motocross circuits.

Karsmakers ' fierceness and endurance in motocross racing is legendary . Although he has never been world champion. he ranks among the very best.

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ed.acate eYerybodJ.'• 1811 lobn Porter, mana1er ol the aew Crossroads program for tbe Capistrapo Unified Scbool Db· trict. '

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Ideally, Potter aays, tbere si.&cl lie allenaaUve ldndl ol schools within a acbc)Gl diatrtct 80 that stqdents, parenta and teachers .mi1bt cbooM among metboda ud empbucs to meet individual needs. .

Crossroads is an alternative high school program available tor the first time this f.U to Capistrano Unified atvt•• in the lotb tbrou1b the l2tb ,rades. The thrust of the procram ii public service, with students workin& as interns in the fleldl of medicine, education. law and ecolQly.

Nearly 200 students from Dana m1rs and San Clemente blah schools are enrolled ln the p~ aram. They will meet for part of each school day in portable classrooms on the· Dana Hll1a campus. In addition, they wlU do field work off campus and take elective courses either at the high school, in the district's adult education program or at Sad­dleback College.

" We intend for Crossroads stu­dents to be prepared at leut as wen. academically fOC' colleae as

. students ln the tradiUonal pro­gram," Porter says. " At the same time we want to offer them choices. so t.fiat they feel their high school work is relevant."

.Refugee Girl~ 12, Raped

PHILADELPHIA (AP) -Police have char1ed a Philadelphia man with rai>lnl a 12-year-old v•etnamese retuaee girl on her way home from church.

Robert Woodson, 24. wu ar­rested Sunday after he was seen running from a Jara1e where the unidentified lifl was I found unconscious, police 1aid. The girl was treated for a mild concussion and was released from Philadelphia General Hospital.

Woodson was char1~ with 1

rape, aggravated assault, lncle­cent assault, corruptiOD ot the morals of a minor and re&ilting arrest •.

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"YOUR HANDWRITING CAN GIVE YOU INSIGHT INTO THE REAL YOU"

These are the words of noted Graphology expert C. E. Bower. He will be at Mariners Savings to give you a Free Handwriting Analysis. You could find the "Real You" just by writing a simple sentence. It's a pleasant experience and could be helpful.

Professor Bower has worked on . a consulting basis for Government and I nduatry, and now will give you his personal attention.

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ByS~VIAPO&TEll 1 I . ' Do you know bow to \ISe the tu adv...Utea Of th• 6 per.

ceet U .s. eavlDaa bonds to ere ate a Lo-hW ettucatioo fund for your cbUdren? • . -1 ' ..,

Or bow to use the tax benefit. of these r · iliar " E" bonds to create a tax· break reUrenrent fund • I · foryouraelf? M 1 ·• ,

Or how to " freeze" 0~8 you.rsel! into "' regular W ' ~ savings program and rp1 ~, .• thus torce yoursell to ' : build a nest egg? ,,,,

To the surprise of·U.S. Treasury officials ~ ~sales this yeaf'are at their highest since World waiti:.. And at lhe same time, casb·int; ol the bonds are down s P.reent !tom a year ago. The explanations aren't difficult to tinct.

. Backed by the U.S. government, savings bQ~ rank am~ng the safest investments in existence. As'the rate of in· nstt.on .rec~es, the attractiveness of a 6 perc'ent. return on so high quality a security increases.

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BUT ARE YOU U'81.NG the bonds you b~y to your ut,. most advantage? Quite possibly you are not. •

The fact that you need not report the interest you re· c~ive on E bon~s until you cash in the bonds is .. 1he key and Vltal tax benefit for you - and you can increase these tax savings when you buy the bonds as gifts for yo~ children.

. Let's say you're saving for your child's educlation. Buy the E bonds in your child's name and designate yourself as the beneficiary, not the co-owner. · '

~t. the end 9f the first year, file a federai income tax re· tum an your child's name.and, on the return, state that )'~r child elects to ,report the mterest annually. Then ·list the ln· crease in the value of the1>oods as bis or her income. This establishes your child's " intent" and you need file no further returns as long as the interest on the bonds plus your child's other investment income is less than $750 a year. (Be sure you keep a copy ot the tax return to prove ''intent.")

THUS, WHEN YOUR child cashes the bonds to meet the costs of college, ,11 accrued interest on the bonds will be free from federal income tax. And the interest also is ex· em_pt from all state and local income taxes· and personal property taxes.

Or you might buy the bonds in the child's name with yourself as beneficiary, and not file a federal income t~ re· tum until your child starts college and begins to cash in the bonds fpr educationa) expenses. Your.child theiJ would file a lax return each year and report the full amount-of interest on the redeemed bonds as income.

No income tax would be due if your child 's investment income was less than $750 a year. lf your child ha,d addi· tional "earned income," your child 's tax-free iotome could rise to $2,050.

Or let's say you're buying E bonds regularly during four current working years to cash in at retirement. Instead, at retirement, exchange your E bonds for H bonds , which pay you interest semi·annually by Tre~sury .check. The accumulated interest on your E bonds can be applied to purchase of your H bonds and you have the privilege of de· ferring your tax liability on your E bond intere,st until you cash in your H bonds, or they reach maturity.

Thus, the tax money you still owe on yoJr E bond in· terest enables you to earn more money in H bodd interest.

Oft LET' S SAY YOV want to " freeze" YOJlrself into a regular savings program. The easiest, sounde't way is to authorize your employer to make regular small deductions from your paycheck. This systematic, automatic method of saving freezes you in, re!lloves the money ,from xour paycheck before you get your hands on it, is UJe ." magic" which builds savings of hundreds of dollars a year out of a {ew dollars put aside regularly every week. ·

And as.Gabriel Hauge, chairman of the Manufacturers Hanover Trust Co. of New York and chairman of l!nS's com· mittee of 61 business leaders working to enroll :t4oo,ooo of us in the payroll savings plan this year, so wisely observes:

" No matter how competitive other rates become at times , 6 percent of something is clearly better than 8 per· cent of nothing. And the regularity of payroll saviqgs is the 'heart' of the program." ...

T omato Crops Hit N~w High

C,.pitol News Service and vegetable tbrmers. ~AC RAMENTO - If a

st~tewide copsumer sur· vey were. to be taken to ap· proximate the relative popularity of California vegetables among food buyers, the processed tomato probably would rank near the top. ,

Processing tomato pro­duction bas increased from 2.5 million tons in 1960 to 16 million last year. ··Farm vaJue spiraled from slight· ly more than $50 million in 1960 to more than $375 · million in 1974, .according to the California Council of Growers.

PROCESSING tomatoes . are distinguished from fresh market tomatoes because they are grown solely to be converted into sauces, pastes and other processed products. This definition is provided by Tri / Valley Growers, a ttate ~ooperative of fruit

Microdata Reports Microdata Corp. of

h'vine has reported re· venues ol $3,820,338 foe lbe tblrd quarter and Sl0.619,575 for tho nine .montb.9 compaud w1'b $3,848,)67 and $9-,566,49..Cor the like perlocb lasl )'ear.

Net income was '31~1 COC' the third quar&er llDd '38~tJ50 tor lhe nine l'DCJIUU versus $287 ,065 and '711.0'f• for the pulods tn. the Prior year.

Net Income per share wu 20 cent.I for lbe lblrd quarter and is cenu for u.e olne moot.bl. Tblt com·

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The processin1 tomato industry has stiown growth since it began in the 1920s. Bill Allew-elt, Jr.,, presi· dent of ·the ' growers. cooperative, ,Qoles that ''processing 't'q111atoes have virtually 4'oubled in volume eveey d~ade.. And it seems .that as consthners find new ways to use tomatoes in v arlolts forms, pr.oducilon pnd sales trends abow evho more ~amalic increases. . .

" ACC .£ IJElliiTED growth has been due to the increasing pol)ularity of 1talian · foods . 'It started with pizza, but there pre a variety: oC stauce~ used for Italia'.:Jdishb'.J~& well as for Mc:-~icani al\U ~art>ecue recipes. · ' .• .

" Processing. tomatoes are used in salad'tlressings and soups, and because of the trend toward' prepara· lion of more· ~conomical meals, consu~rs 1are us· ing more tomato products with meatf1 and in c a s s e r o l e 1, ' • l be spokesman sal .•

Californ14l l torqato (tn>WeT8 bava. fractlcally captured th• .. omestic market. ln 19'74! lb.e at.ale producecl 82 Ptr~nl of the pnceaial crop.

TBE&E Alli~ aeyerll re­ason• for Califor•l• 1

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CalUornla alsc> bu a lar1er aeoa~Mc 1re1, c1pable of 1ro~ln1 tomatoes . H also bu auperlor proceuln• c:apablliUn.

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HE'S CAR~YING­HIS BABY BROTHER

IN HIS ARMS

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. OEMMIS THE MENACE

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·N. Korea· ClftS}l: ~mericans Mauled at Ta-lks .

• . SEOUL (UPI) - More than a1

dozen North Korean guards aod newsmen attacked two American military men at tbe truce villqe ot Panmunjom today while tbe military armlatiee eommiseiM wu meeting , eyewitnesses re­ported.

The Ci.st fight came a few hours , alter the South Korean Def~ Ministry announced the kiWlie ol a North Korean armed infiltrator and a search for another re· portedly on a mission to a1-1usinate South Korean leaders.

The incident at Panmun­jom stemmed from an (ll'.gument between a U .S. Armymajorapda North Korean newsman which de­veloped into a fist fight, witnesses said.

More North Korean newsmen and guards joined in the brief fiCht and an American military

' policeman on guard duty rushed to the aid of the officer.

RACING THRILLER - Dennis Vittori, left • and Ollie Vaughan battle for first place u;

Mission Viejo during ~e a_nnu!ll Seville

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Homeowners Soap Box Grand Prix Sunday. Vaughan won . The homeowners fund raising event was watched byan estimate.d2,00<L

. The mljor and the military policeman were knOC'ked un­eonscious and had to be carried away oo stretcbers,_tb4fwitnesses said.

27 Viejo Drivers Coinpete

Twenty-seven amateur drivers squeezed- into their homebuilt soap box cars Sunday ~ kept a crowd of 2,000 cheering as the cars screeched down a curvy course in Mission Viejo.

It was the fourth annual Seville Homeowners Soap Box Grand

_Prix - the homeowners associa­tion 'a big annual fund raiser.

Under a scorching swi, Seville homeowner Ollie Vaughan won tbe race for the second ,._. iD a row .WWI a linl•., .. tilPe • Ul8 three-tenths.. of a mile track of 37.3 seconds.

Second place winner was'1>erJ. nis Vittori of Seville, followed by Tom Blair and Don Bachus; Dave R o m o ; 'and Jer ry Breskovich of Lake Forest.

In the slower Class B, first place winner was John Vittori, followed by Walt Eggerti Bill Tbeemling; Don Robinson ; Geniece Steed ; and Charles McDermott.

Carmen Cerciello took what may have been the audience's favorite trophy: best crash. Cerelello, who la movtnc to Mis­sion Viejo from San Francisco, "took out seven bey bales," ac­cording to John Noble, Seville homeowners president.

Don Robinson of Cypress won kudos for best design and Chuck Jones of Lpke Forest toot tbp benors for best engineering.

"We don't know bow much money we made yet," Noble said. "But everybody had a good time."

Homeowners u1e the money raised from selling refreshments at t~1e annual competition for scholarships for Seville Homes students.

A portion of the tract's interior streets were blocked off for the event.

Riley to Head Laguna Hills

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Fourth Parade Ftftb Distrlct Supervisor

TbcSmu Riley will be the cra.nd marshal ot the South Lapna Hills ninth ann\lal July 4 parade anclpic:nJe Friday.

The event kick• off at 10 a .m., wb4'n the parade beatns forming at Pike Road and Mackenzie Street. The proces1ion will pro­ceed alOf'I Pike to La Suen, tum left on Califla, hit Mackenzie and then proceed left oo Coetuu to eo.teau Park.

A na1-raialn1 ceremony will . be followed by an afternoon of r11ees and 1aaaea, includinl a IOftbe11 mat.ell. a treuurt bUDt, Ndl ncea. •II io.., and a wat.melon eaUn1 ~

>.-.a dlnlier b....t; l'tidd 11tt wlU bave a 1lre« daDce trem 7'\o lOp.m.

Gerry Saunders ll 1eneral daalnnan of Ute eva. Hell .. llMd bf ~ Collld, per8de c.........._. Merthanta fJ'08I Wlld Wnt Cent• will Juda• tbe ....... tn~

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D~SPITE THtS THRILLER, DRIVER DIDN'T WIN THE B~ST CRASH TROPHY Harold Mc:Curdy Hit• the H-y et Left; Car et Right Drtven by Fred Aahley

Grove. Youth May Be Freed Within Week

DAit ES SALAAM, Tanzania (UPI) ~The U.S. ambassador to Tanzania says be expects left· wing guerrillas in neighboring Zaire to free the last ol four kid· naped £9reigners wjthin a week.

The release of Kenneth Steven Smith, 22, of Garden Grove. woUld end more than a month of behind·the·scenes negotiations with · the guerrillas of Zaire's Popular Revolutionary Party. '

"l am confident he will be re· leased within a week," Am­bassador Beverly Carter said Sunday atlet the kidnapers freed Carrie Jane Hunter, 22 , of Atherton, Calif. , and Emilie Bergmann, 2S, a Dutch woman, for an undisclosed ransom.

The guerrillas freed Barbara Smuts, 24, of Ann Arbor, Mich., six days after seizing the hostages May 19 in a raid against a Tanzanian wildlife reserve run by primatolo1lat Jane Goodall.

Miss Smut.a carried guerrilla ranaoi;n demands for '500,000, an asaortment of weapons end tbe release ot hnprlaoned comman­dos from Tanzanian jails.

Tanunla rejected tbe de­mands but f(iends and relativea ol the captured students set out to rabe money for a ransom.

Mila Hunter and Nil• Bergman were set free from the guerrillas• stron1hold in eastern Zaire Saturday morning , traveled by beat to Kiaoma on tbe Taosanlan 1tde of Lake Tancanylka and- then new to Dar •Salum. ' Ul'm in lood health,'° they eKh told reporten Sunday.

Both wen suntanned and lookedftt.

Norman Hunter, Carrie Jane'• ,...._,, •aJcl that .. ~ leadlnf up to the releue or BmW• and Came have biea In saod f alth &1 between bci*'able in..''

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Star's Secret Log Gives Viejo Ace Lift

By &VOi Nlf:DZIELSKJ °' .. ..,Pl ....... Barbell salesman, don't bother

to ring the doorbell when you come to the home of Pierre Kanmakers.

He might coasider you a dumb-bell. .

Karsmakers already owns what he believes is the finest piece of body building equipment made. It has been publicized /in numerous magazine articles and Karsmakers considers it so valuable that he bides it in a forest behind Aegean Hills.

Its effectiveness has been pro· ven by making the 28-year·old Mission Viejo motocross star one ol the world 's best-paid athletes.

The secret? It 's a log about ei1bt yards long with a girth of about 10 inches. Karsmakers worb out with it twice a week, liftilla. tossing and turning it.

"l have to keep it kind of hid· den because somebody stole the !alt me," smiled Karsmakers, a naUve ol Holland who settled in

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lllaaion . Viejo two-and·a ·half world champion Roger DeCoster years AIO. "I su.-s somebody of.Belgium. cuUt up for firewood." "{have never competed in the

The exerciles Karsmakers has world championship series developed around the log have because I am married and have attracted international attenUon, two cbUdren. It doesn't pay much primarily amon1 his competitors money at all and I couldn't afford who want to diacover the secret it," Karsmakers says. ol b.la atambaa OD' the rough-and· However, be still has hopes of tumble motocroas circuits. someday attalnln1 the title. ''I'm

"ft'• very demandini. I don't only 28 and I am 1ettlng stronger rest iD between 1.be exercises. I and strooier aJl the time. I stiJl once took a Japanese rider with haveacbancetodoit." me - bia name la ll.ideakiSmoJrl Karamakers . wbo recently -wbo iaaiat.d OD doiQf them ex- clinched a deal w~th lloGcla. which actl)rthewayldld. HewureaJly reportedly makes him the lick af'telirard. My body ii more world's hi1heat paid IQOtoeroa uaedtoit. " rider, muat for the immediate ~ken• flerceneaa and tqture be content wttb wilmlnl

....... la. motocroee r•clna ii races in tbe United States. 1.,ead..-,. Attbouab be bas The Japaaeae factory 's ID· nevw beia world cbamp&on. he terwt ii clearly focUMd OD au.k· rma dlODI tbe vw, bialt, Inc it.a mark on U .s. turf wtaere He proved It l'ttentl..1 . ,,~ ~rej!.'=;;;• w taldU Wrd at UM u.~ ~ 1te - ~ Prix'ln Carllb-4 blMlld o.n. tM ~ 19 ~,a.t W0Utnt al KoUaacl _. •dg , I ,

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room, however, they were on their feet and the major rode on the front seat of an ambulance called ln by the Americana.

The extent of their injuries was DOtlmown.

At one point, the witnesaes said, there were more than 100 North

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. Korean guards at the scene. :

During the meeting, Nortl Korea charged the South K91'9d and Americans with variout violaU-ons of tbe Koreaa armistice agreement, includina alleged fortifications in the de, militarized zone and sea and aq intrusions.

Nuclear Power Put • m WASHINGTON <UPl)- ln a

sharp retreat from past em­phasis on the atom, federal energy officials today formally abandoned the nuclear breeder reactor aa a major power aource for this century and rmaed .IOlar power l'eHardt toun111ecedated prominence.

Delivering a 25-year .n9eU'Ch blueprint to Congress _. Presi· dent Ford, officials haste.ed to note that the basic energy COits: in the United States are likely to double by the year 2000 no matter what technology is developed for the future. .

Viejo Boy Arrested In Fires

Orange County Sheriff's of­ficers arrested a 13-year~d Mis­

··~---ay tW1dler ~~1 admitted Sittint at 1eaR Ulwah n..... in the a Toro and Mission Viejo areas during the past week.

Deputies, who lodged the boy in the mental health division of the Orange County Medical Center. said he further admitted attempting to derail a tcain in the Mission Viejo area six months ago.

" He told us that be did these things because he wanted to see people die,' 1 an investigator said. " He had absolutely no remorse for the damage he caused or the deaths that could have resulted from his actions."

The investigator said only minor damage was caused by the approximately 12 acts of arson, among them an attempt to set fire to a Mission Viejo home.

He said the train continued on its way undamaged despite a number of railroad ties placed on the lines at various points by the arrested youth.

The investigator said the boy's appearance in Juvenile Hall can· not be arranged until he has been submitted to psychiatric testing.

Orange County Fire Depart· ment spokesmen said the 13· year·old youth set the fires begin· ning June 19. Th~ largest was a three·acre blaze, though no pro­perty damage or injuries result· ed from any oHhe incidents.

Firemen said the youth was ap­prehended at the scene of the second fire Sunday night in Laguna Hills near Aliso Creek off Avenida de la Carlota.

Witnesses had reported seeing a young boy at the scene of several previous grass fires , firemen said. All the fires ap­parently were set with matches, firemen said.

Most of the incidents occurred along Aliso Creek from Los Alisos Intermediate School to the San Diego Freeway, acconling to ~officials. .

Capt. Bruce Turbevill~ fire in­formation officer, reminded

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Shade And Ford also caUtioned that

energy sufficiency is still a lonC way off.

The research plan prepared by the Energy Research and Development Administration asked for a $71.4 million redue> lion in funding-n-ext year for the controversial breeder.

Dr. Robert C. Seamans Jr .• head of ERDA, said the fundini reduction was·requested because the breeder program is belnC slowed down to aJlow a manaae­ment reorganization and a new assessment of environmental ia... pact.

In part, be said, more inform .. tion is needed about potential medical effect of plutonium -the deadly fuel the breeder uses and produces. · ... .

Seamans noted ERDA alsowaa askdg for a $63 million increase in its original $1. 7 billion budget for fiscal year 1976, with the add). tional money going to ex~ research in solar energy, coal, improved oil production, cono servation and advanced energ1 system.

The new blueprint said tilt breedet", 0..ce targeted for com­mercial use no later than 1987. now probabb' wW not become a major commercial energy pro­ducer until the early 21st century - if ever.

It stressed instead the need fOC' an expanded range of research. including more vigorous efforta to produce synthetic natural gas and crude oil from coal and oil shale by 1985 and to increase em· phasis on sunlight as a source ol electricity by 2000.

Even the most optimistic of six scenarios presented in the plaa showed . the .United.. States ..conti­nuing to import oil Wltil 1995,' a

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. . Refugee Girl, 12, Raped

PHILADELPHIA (AP ) -P o lice have charged a Philadelphia man with rapinf a 12·year-old Vietnamese refugee giri on her way home from church.

Robert Woodson, 24, was ar• rested Sunday after he was seen running from· a garage where the unidentified girl wu found unconscious , police said. The girl was treated for a mild concussion and was released from Philadelphia General Hospital.

Woodson was charged witb rape, aggravated assault, inde­cent assault, corruption of the morals of a minor and resistina arrest.

Weadler Mostly sunny Tuesday

but low clouds and fog late night and morning hours. High in middle 70s, low near60.

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: Three Cited Over Nudity

Orange County Sheriff 's of­ficers cited three people for nudi­ty on a South Laguna beach dur­ing the weekend after the trio al­legedly refused to comply with a. county ordinance banning beach nudity.

Deputies identified the three persons as Ena Mae Burgan, 22, Cypress; Dan Clayton Keturakis, 25, Long Beach, and Robert Dell Traphagen, 24 , Brea.

Officers said beachgoers on the sands at a beach near 32081 S. Coast Higbway complained to sheriff's deputies after the three cited persons s trolled along the beach in the nude.

Thai Greeted TOKYO ( AP ) - Several

thousand Chinese and many of · the nation's leaders turned out at ; Peking airport today to greet · Prime Minis ter Kukrit Pramoj of : Thailand, the official Hsinhua : news agency said.

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LOG .•• they might need· exposure on the European scene.

An international celebrity long before be ever raced in the Unit­ed States, Karsmakers was three time.s crown motocross cham­pion of Holland.

When be settled permanenUy in the United States he chose Mis­sion Viejo because ol the " very clean air" and because a friend, motocross rider Mark Blackwell, also lived in Mission Viejo.

" I don't like dirty air. I just couldn 't live in the smog. I 'd rather travel a hundred miles a day than do that,'' he explained.

Although bis appearance in motorcycle journals, posters, na­tional ads and even comic strips baa &iven KarJimakers a great aeal of no,toriety, he still manages to run a private life despite the publicity.

• ' ln the beginning when l moved to Mission Viejo, nobody knew. Now everybody does. AH the kids say, 'Hey, there's Pierre Karsmakers .'

" E ver y young kid likes motorcycles . They hav e minibikes and do wheelies and jump with them. But I try not to eet too friendly with them. I like to keep some of my privacy," he says.

Five C01.a . Mutilated

COUNCIL, Idaho (UPI) Adams County Sheriff J im Hileman is searching for the ·" weirdo or nut" who killed altd mutilated five cows by severing their sexual organs, Udders and tonguea.

Deputies from Adams and Valley counties closed an elcht· mile area 40 mllea north of bere during the weekend in "order to check everyone comine and ao­ing."

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ARSON ••• . parenta that they are liable for fire aupprualon cosu r.ulUng from lncl4-nta caUHd by their children.

~'Thlrty percent ot the wlld Janel ftret In Orance Q>unty are caused by children &W•1'DC wtth matcbet." &e 11ld.

ENERGY •• ·· • decade beyond the. go~ set by Ford. But officials said that did not necessarily discredit frc?ject Independence because actual im­port levels would depend on future domestic oil and gas dis­coveries a nd possible changes in U,S. lirestyles .

The potential of 5olar electric power production has been virtually ignored in the past. But the plan said it should rank equal· ly with the breeder and nuclear fusion as one of three unproven but potentially "inexhaustible" sources of energy in the 21st cen­tury.

Girl Feared Carrying Old Booby Trap

GLENDALE, Wis. <UPI) Police are searching for an 8- or 9-year-old girl who they believe is carrying a watch containin1 a World War II Nazi booby trap.

The watch, with a one-foot-long gold chain, contains an explosive equivalent to that of a dynamite cap and lf triggered could cause death or serious injury, police said.

The watch is owned by a North Side Milwaukee man whom police would not identify.

The owner of the watch at­tended a picnic at a park in this Milwaukee suburb where the girl was seen playing with the watch Sunday afternoon.

The man ordered the s\rl to re­turn the watch. She told him she 'd put it in his basket but when he aearched the basket, the watch wasn 't there .

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ZAiRE ••• to rive details of the abduct.Ion or the ne1otlation1 I or fear ot pro­lon1in1 Smith '• capUrity.

·•we are not taktn1 any ritkl at thls Ume," Hunter taid. "We are now m01t au.tom and caoeerned that Stephea SmlUa wW be re­JeaMd M eoon H J)Ol8lble. ''

Hater aad Carter Nft...s t.o d1lnu tbe rantom paid to the l\Mfl"lllu, who are '9dlea**9 to ille · o•ertbrow of President Mobutu Sete Selro of .zau.e.

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mlu..d ....... to tbe dlreeMn of llle8lldaleback \'.U., YllCA tor ........ y , .......... which be ..uma&e1 would eo.t '1 mnUon to lbUUd.

Wilcox, ~ho de1l1n•d the Anaheim Y, volunteered Ida time to draw UM plam. Tbe '1 mlWon eltlmate ll ba1ed on •t.artina COD· ltnaCUoQ immediately ancf put. U. UM complete 1tructure \IP in GDepbue.

Wi,laoD GUintky, Y direetor, laY9 bullclln1 will •tart when tbe Pl'OJed bu IOl.ld community sup.­part. " It ii likely," be 1ays, "that tM Saddlebaclt Y will be bui)t In 1everal pbasa, as we can raise the fund1. Tbe arcblt.ect bu de-~· ~e bulldinl with this In

The Saddle back Valley Y , located 1t 21131 Oranie Ave. in El Toro 1erve1 the commuftlties ol El Toro, Laauna Hills, Mission Viejo and most of Irvine. It is now ~eel ln three temporary portable buildin1s. The

Berniece Gray Servioos Set For Tuesday

Funeral services will be held at noon Tuesday for Laguna Hills resident Berniece Gray, who died SUnday at Saddleback Com­munity Hospital.

Mrs. Gray Uved for six years at 2263-C Via Puerta in Leisure World. She w~s active in the Orange County Weavers' Guild and the Aliso Club of Leisure World. She bad served as secretary of the Occidental College alumni association and was an active member of the United Methodis t Church of Laguna Hilla.

A native of Fargo, N.D., she moved to California 52 years ago.

Mn. Gray ls survived by a son, Robert Gray of Costa Mesa; by a brother, John Kenneth Savage of San Fernando, and by two grandchildren.

Dr. Lawrence Hawley will of- • ficiate at Tuesday 's services, to be held at Pacific View Chapel in Newport Beach.

The family has suggested memorial contributions to the · American Cancer Society.

Funeral arrangements are be­ing handled by Pacific View Mortuary, Newport Beach.

portabl .. , like tbe land on which they stand, were ....._. to the Y.

"We bave 6ad 1llcceutul fund. ralllnf drtYN two ,... ta •· ceu&on," aaya Steve v._. Y pro1ra• d&Netor. "Thi• ~­atca• • aood bue of eomlDUIU· ty lupport. We want to be NHY with plant for permanent quarten. but tbe ~mmunlty mutt •ant tbe f actllty tor lt to to up. \

''Tbe money wW bave to .,. railed locally," he eQlalN ... We recetve no bulldin1 l\IDdt from the naUonal Y or1anl•atlClll. ''

PHllmlnary drawtnca ol the prapc>9ed facillt)' lnclUd& plans for an lndoor-outdoar pool, a amnulum and locker rooma, tmDl8 courta, a ..........,_. ·room, budball · eolll'U,1 a ln­door·/ outdoor ~raOk, wel1ht rooma ud mffdil reomt. as well .. omee 1pace.

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u0verall, the Y niall to help people learn to live tolether bet­ter, '"be S8)'1.

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Sad~eback Valley Sales Reach Peak Saddleback Valley retailers re·

ported to the local Chamber or Commerce that sales ln M41y and June showed the best gains this year and indicate a solid upturn from1974.

According to a chamber of comme'rce survey, the highest gains were•reported by the Mis­sion Viejo. Tbriftimart,where a 4"> percent jump in sales since Christmas was tallied. 1

The upturn includes luxury items such a s gourmet meals, Thriftimart manager Keith Hun­nell said. He's predicting an ad­ditional 20 to 25 percent jump when school s tarts.

Sales at the Laguna Hills Sears were up from May 1974, accord­ing to manager Lee Writer. Na­tionwide, Sears sales are up 2.2 percent, he noted.

Writer said apparel lines are strengthening a nd appliance sales are up.

Wayne Saddix of El Toro Li­quor reported that though he had feared new com petition would cul into his sales, his store is holding its own, indicating to him that there is increased buyer de­mand.

James Mansfield , manager of the Harris and Frank '8t Laguna Hills Mall, quoted a 24 percent in­crease in sales in 1975 so far com­pared to 1974.

The May and June sales fig ures, described by som e merchants as " a d ramatic turnabout, " were attributed in part to the tax cuts and rebates and improved job outlook.

While some merchants con­tacted by chamber newsletter editor Bill McClain hesitated to call the upturn a recovery, most agreed that June sales at least

were above average. " Some days are juat like

before Christmas," said Louise Hebert of the Hobbie Houae . "This time of year sales should be dead. Hobbies are bne of the first things you give up when things are bad."

Grass Fire Ignited by Firecrackers

The first fireworks-triggered grass fire of Uie 1975 Fourth of July season blackened part of a fi~ld in the Mesa Verde area of Costa Mesa Sunday morning.

Investigators said three youths were implicated in the blaze which occurred adjacent to an apartment complex at Harbor Boulevard and Nutmeg Place.

Michael Dunnagen of 1600 Iowa St., an employe of the fireworks stand, one of dozens peddling pyrotechnics for worthy causes, reported the rapidly spreading grass fire.

He told authorities it occurred at 10: 10 a. m ., a bout 10 minutes after he sold some flI'eworks to three boys who immediately began setting them off in the roadway adjacent to the grassy field.

One of the boys was contacted at home by police and admitted he tossed a smoke bomb into the air, saying wind carried it into the field . Scared when they couldn ' t stamp out spreading flames, the boys fled.

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"YOUR HANDWRIT.ING CAN GIVE YOU INSIGHT INTO THE REAL YOU"

These are the words of noted Graphology expert C. E. Bower. He will be at Mariners Savings to give you a Free Handwriting Analysis. You could find the "Real You" just by writing a simple sentence. It's a pleasant experience and could be helpful.

Professor Bower has worked-on a consulting basis for Government · and Industry, and now wlll give you his personal attention.

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81 DOt1GLA8 PaU8 Bit ... .....,,.... .... After 1ettln1 aside fundl for a

loa1 li1t of pet projec:U, the Irviae City Council approved a U,19Z,34t bud1et for fiscal 1975-76 at a 1pecial lel8ioa SalW'· day. •

The record bud1et. which calla for expenditures and reeerves ol $575.850 in exceu of city iMome, will mean no iacreue ln IrviDe's

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tax rate of 33 centl pir '100 ••· seued valuation.

In setUn1 the bud1et. I.be COUil· cil effeellvely biked the city's available 1957 -76 income $150,000. Proposed Improve· mentl of Bonita Canyon Road were stripped of $100,000 with the support of homeowners.

Additionally , Councilman Henry Quigley spurred other members to add $50,000 to pro-

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The Irvine City Cowlcil set a1ide $25 , 000 Saturday to establish a city-sponsored IOC'ial services referral 1ervice. '

Mayor Art Anthony and Coun· cilman Henry Quigley voted

Rites Set In Irvine

A combined ceremony to raise Irvine's official bicen­tennial flag and welcome reaidentl to the city's new police facility will be held July12.

Residents are urged to wear Am~rican Revolution era costumes for the ceremony at the police facility , near the comer of Campus Drive and Verano Wa1, alHa.Dt.

The ..,eeial bicentennial 11., designates Irvine an official bicentennial com· amity.

North Korean Cuards Attack 2 Americans

SEOUL (UPI) - More than a dozen North Korean guards and pews men attacked two Ameri~8Jl military men at the truce village of Panmunjom today while the military armistice commission .was meeting, eyewitnesses re· S>orted. · The fist fight came a few hours after the South Korean Defense Ministry announced the killinl of a North Korean armed infiltrator and a search for another re­portedly on a m ission to as· sassinate South Korean leaders.

The incident at Panmun• jom stemmed from an argument between a U.S. Army major and a North Korean newsman wbicbde· veloped into a fist fight, witnesses said.

More North Korean newsmen and guards joined in the brief fight and an American military policeman on au-.rd duty rushed to the aid of the officer.

The major and the military policeman were knocked un­<:onscious and bad to be carried

. 'away on stretchers, the witnesses : said.

When they cam~ out of the . room. however, they were on their feet and the major rode on

· lhe front seat of an ambulance : called in by the Americans: ' The extent of their injuries was : notknown.

At one point, the witnesses said, , there were more than 100 'North

, : Koreanguardsattheacene. . During the meeting, North · Korea charged the South Koreans

and Americans with various . violations of the Korean

armistice agreement, including

against the proposal by Coun· cilmen John Burton a nd Gabrielle Pryor. '

Headed by what Mrs. Pryor termed " a h a rd-nosed' pro­fessional administrator," the service would be aimed at help­ing distressed Irvine residents find their way through the maze of-available social services to the one that meets their needs.

A proposal for such a service is to be drafted by City Manager William Woollett, Police Chief Leo E. Peart and Community Services DU-ector Paul Brady.

Although the money was set aside in the budget, it will take a subsequent vote pf the city coun­cil ta spend any funds on a ref er­r al service.

Explaining bis vote, Anthony said, " I support tt~e idea. But I don't like the idea of someone C0111ing before us with ideas that are not well thought out. U so­meone from the outlide came in with an idea like this, we would tum them down.''

Admitting that the prrposal was sketchy, Burton supported the ptogram as a boolt to·public safety. Alt.ta.same ttme, be aald. it would give the cometl 11 • 1 • ol fendjng off requests for city support for social service pilot programs.

Because of the publidty Irvine receives as a " model communi­ty" and a " new town," Burton maintained, " We can expect an onrush of the same groups that came before us. in the l&St year and it will be increasingly dif­ficult to refuse them."

Private efforts, Burton and .Mn. Pryor saidJ are "not easily integrated into the city's public safety program and fllrther do not off er an opportunity for Irvine residents tQ take advan­tage of the available county services for which they already pay taxes."

Councilman Robert West, who proved the swing vote on the mat­ter, termed the action "a straw vote. The money is alloc:ated, but it will not 'be spent unW after further research."

Refugee Girl, 12, Raped

PHILADELPHIA (AP) Police have charged a Philadelphia man with raping a 12-year-old Vietnamese refugee girl on her way home from church .

Robert Woodson, 24, was ar­rested Sunday. after he was seen running ffom a garage where tbe unidentified girl was found unconscious, police said. 'The girl was trea~ed for a mild concussion and was released from Philadelphia General Hospital,

Woodson was charged with rape, a1graveted assault, inde­cent assault, col'rupUon ol the morals of a minor and resisting arrest.

jected revenuea. Tbe iDeoGle In· crease woWd come from an un­defined new proceu far iaauinl bulldina permits.

Other projects put back In tbe budfet were:

- A $5,000 youtb l8'Viees pro­gram aimed at providin& recrea· tioo activities to teem ia North Irvine, where about 10 percent al the teena1ers live. The Irvine Teen Center and m05t youth~

Jet TalMolf Switch Irks Bay Residents

By ALAN DlaKIN CM .. Deity .........

A switch in takeoff pattern for commercial jets flying out of Orange County Airport is upset­tin& westbluff residents of upper Newport Bay.

Both the airport adminiltratioll and Supervisor Thomas F. Riley's office have received com­plainta in the la.st two weeks over tbe night cbang,e, designed to move the planes 500 feet farther west.

The move was made because protests from eastbluff residents led to a study which showed that the jets were drifting to the east side of the bay on takeolf, and were not beading down the center of the bay.

" Orange County is playing one part of Newport Beach against another in this, .. swa westbluft resident Stuart Williams ... we are getting the feeling we don't matter over here. We don't have a strong homeowners association like Eastbluff's."

Airport officials deny that the change was introduced to ap­pease Eastbluff residents, and note that complaints from the east bank hav e s carcely slackened since the switch was made, while westside protests bave increased. . Both Aviation Director Robert Bresnahan and Robert Jones, ex-

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WASHINGTON (UPl)- ln a 1harp retreat from past em­pba1i1 on the atom, federal .,..IY 0-.clals tbd'O' fonully abandoned the nueLear breeder reactor u a major fOW9I' IOUtte few Uti1 century and ,..... IOlar pcnter research to unprec.eedented prominence.

Dellverinl a 25·1ear reeearda blueprint to eonsr-.. PNll· mat Font, offidall . ...._... to ... that tH buk ....., CCl9tll ID the United Statea are Ukel1 to doubl= year IOOO no matter Wllat oa i1 developed for tblru&we.

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And Ford also cautioned that enero 1ufftc1ency ii still a long w•yoff.

'l1M reseucb plan prepared by the Ener1y Research and Development AdmiDJatratlon aired for • f71.4 mtlllarn l'ed\ac· tloD in fundln1 next yur for the coqtrovenial breeder. 1 ·Dr. 8obnt C. Seemam Jr., Mad ol &RDA, Hid tbe f\mdinc r.ducUae WU nquested becaUle tM breeder procnm I.I tM!lnS llowed down to alloW a man-..: ment reorpnlsatlon liliil a MW ..... mentofeov.......,lllm· peel.

~·pNMaUy .,.. located in bu.rilaries in the city and a $3,500 -..utJa. . diversion pro1ram to keep first

- Contialled use of city offeadenoutofthecourtsystem. facWtlea ad telephones by the --420.000 for a study to de-Yomta Employment Service and tenniae bow the city can afford JrvtDe Excuniou. Facilitiea will lbe projects outlined in the CODtinae to be available until a general plan. potic1 on 1uch mlllten is de- · - $12,000 for s idewalks in veloped. University Park.

- A $19,128 police ckpartment - $17 ,000 for a special city crime prevention program census. aimed at cutting the number of Heretofore, Irvine building

permits have been i.asued by Orange County. Fees in excess ot the cost of the operation were te .. turned to cities, amounting w about $50,000 a year for l.cvine. The county bas notified the clty that there will ~ no excess in thia or coming years.

The council directed city ad­ministrators to look into the mat­ter and come up with a way for

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Assessor Case \

Witness Admits Overtime By TOM BARLEY

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Orange County· Asaessor's aide Jack Vaughn admitted today from the witness stand that he W&Jt paid vacation time and over­time in 1912 when be was actually working on former assessor An­drew Hinshaw's congressional .campaign.

Vauahn, .. the third prosecUUon witness called in the Orange County Superior Court o{ trial as­sessor's aide . James Bertolino, 52, of 24116 Via Madrugada, Mis­sion Viejo, told the j~ that one ol bis tasks was to check polling stations in the Tustin and Orange areas.

. Vaughn said he then reported to supervisors in the assessor's office which of the registered Republicans in those precincts had or bad.not voted.

1be witness did not identify Bertolino among those supervisors.

Vauchn testified under Deputy District Attorney WiBiam Evans• qaest•mc that be- was 1111er Mid lb Mar9 eYttttme in tadcfi. tion to eitbt boars vzatiae time for a date when he was at home

The new Village of Woodbridge signs that sprouted in Irvine last week are illegal, according to ci­ty planner Claudette Donatella.

A letter is going out today to the Irvine Company informing the firm that the s igns are too big and too wordy, she told city coun­cil members at a meeting Satur­day.

The new crop of signs drew an unmixed negative reaction from council members.

" They sure are big," com­mented Mayor Art Anthony. " All they are doing out there is trying to advertise."

The city 's s ign ordinance al· lows signs for identification of an area, but the copy on the signs in· eludes too much information to fall into the identification category, Miss Donatella said.

Meanwhile, the Irvine Com· pany has appe aled s everal stipulations in its city permission to develop Woodbridge. Among them are requirements for a bicycle trail and a transit cor­ridor as well as requirements that the Irvine Company pay for some traffic signals.

The appeal , City Manager William Woollett said, means the company's permit to remove trees la invalid and that no con· struction work can be done. Grading may continue.

The village is bounded by Moulton Parkway, Culver Drive. Jeff'rey Road and the San Diego Freeway.

and did not report for duty to his olfice.

He told Evans that be accepted the overtime payment but could not explain the reasoning that led to it.

Bertolino is being tried on. charges of conspiracy and grand theft that were returned by the Grand Jury against him and five other employes of the assessor's office on charges r elated to criminal actions allegedly com­mitted when Cong ress ma n Hinshaw was county assessor.

Bertolino's five codelendants have pleaded guilty to lesser

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charges. They will be sentenced on various dates during July by Judge Walter Smith.

Hinshaw ,and courity Assessor Jack Vallerga also face trial on charges contained in Grand Jury indictments.

Each man faces a separate trial before they go on trial together in September.

It was a lle ged throughout testimony that led to three Grand Jury indictments that the county was defrauded of at least $10,008 in overtime and mileage ex•

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Polleing Starts "New badR•• are Mt ~

for a new lrvlne Police Department. lnlne begins provid­ing It• own police

- •enrice . -at nMdnlght tonight, ending con­tract service with

- eo.. ............. nlng at mldnl.ltt, Irwin••• pollce • .....,.ncynvmberls 752-IOOO. The polce business phone i• 752-8123 . A brief changing of the guard ceremony wlll be held at midnight at the ste­t1on near the corner of Campus Drive and Verano Way, as Costa Mesa Chief Roger

Neth officially turns over command to Irvine Chief Leo E. Peart.

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Kidnaped Countian May Be Free Soon

DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania (U Pl) - The U.S. ambassador to Tanzania says he expects left. wing guerrillas in neighboring Zaire to free the last of four kid­naped foreigners within a week.

The release of KenneUt Steven Smith, 22 , of Garden Grove , would end more than a month of behind-the-scenes negotiations with the guer rillas of Zaire's Popular Revolutionary Party.

" I am confident he will be re­leased within a week," Am­bassador Beverly Carter s aid Sunday after the kidJ\apers freed Carrie Jane Hunter, 22, of Atherton , Calif. , and Emilie Bergmann, 2S, a Dutch woman, for an undisclosed ransom.

The guerrillas freed Barbara Smuts, 24 , of Ann Arbor, Mich., six days after seizing the hostages May 19 in a raid against a Tamanian wlldlif e reserve run by primatologist J ane Goodall.

Miss Smuts carried guerrilla ransom demands for $500,000, an assortment of weapons and the release of imprisoned comman­dos from Tanzanian jails.

Tanunia rejected the de­mands but friends and relatives ol the captured students set out to raise money for a ransom.

Emilie and Carrie have been in good faith as between honorable men."

Hunter and the girls declined to give details of the abduction or the negotiations for fear of pro. longing Smith 's captivity.

" We are not t aking any risks at this time," Hunter said. " We are now most a nxious and concerned that Stephen Smith will be re· leased as soon as possible." .

Hunter and Carter refused to discuss the ransom paid to the guerrillas, wbo are dedicated to the overthrow of President Mobutu Sese Seko of Zaire.

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J*icee will Jump three to ftve ~ta per gallon Tuesday. making tile last time in the 20t.b century. tUt • fall on or reaular 1aaoline will ael at an avera1eoflessthan eo eenta in Illinois, an oU and gu authority predicts.

The prediction was made by Herbert Hugo, senior edit.or of PlaU's Oilgram. Huco said part ol the increase - l lr'I cenb - is

direetl)' due to the $1 per barn! oU import tax imJ>()Md Jwae 1 by

. J>Neident Ford. He said higher costs of Mideast crude oil are a second factor contributina to the bike.

The editor predicted smaller monthly price increases would follow the one he expects to 10 in· to effect Tuesday. He laid he saw nothin& ahead in 1975 that could bring a f)rice cut.

" June 30 may be a historic

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Log Gives Viejo Ace Lift By RUDI NIEDZIELSKI

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Barbell salesman, don't bother to ring the door bell when you c ome to the home of Pierre Karsmakers .

He m ight consider you a dumb-1>ell. : Karsmakers a lready owns ~at be believes is the finest piece of body building equipment aade. lt bas been RUblicized in amerous m aguine articles and llarsmakers considers it so valuable that he hides it in a forest behind Aegean Hills .

Its effectiveness has been pro­ven by making the ZS.year-old Mission Viejo motocross star one {){the world 's best.paid a thletes.

Tbe secret? It 's a log about eight yards long with a girth of about 10 inches. Karsmakers works out with it twice a week , lifting, tossing and turning it.

··1 have lo keep il kind or hid­d en because somebody stole the Jasl one, " s miled Karsmak~rs. a native or HoJland who settled in .Mission Viejo two·and-a-half ~ears ago. •·1 guess somebody cul it up for firewood."

T he exer cises Karamakers has developed a round the log have attracted international att,entioo, primarily among his competitors who want to discover the secret or his stamina on the rough-and· tumble motocross circuits.

.. It's very demanding. I don't i-est in between the exercises. I once look a Japanese rider"With me - his name is Hideaki Suzuki - who insisted on doing lbem ex-

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ENERGY ••• Jnercial use no late r than 1987. .itow probably will not become a major commercial energy pro­ducer until t he early 21st century -if ever.

It stressed instead the need for an expanded range of research, including more vigorous efforts to produce synthetic natural gas -and crude oil from coal and oil liha le by 1985 and to increase em· phasis on sunlight as a source of electricity by 2000.

Even the most optimistic of six scenarios presented in the plan &bowed the United States conti· ouing to import oil until 1995, a decade beyond the goal set by Ford. But officials said that did not necessarily discredit Project Independence because actual im· port levels · would depend on future domestic oil and gas dis­coveries and possible changes in U .S. lifestyles. .

The potential or solar electric ')>ower production has bee n virtually ignored in the past. But -the plan said it s hould rank equal· ~Y with the breeder and nuclear tuaion as one of three unproven ~ut potentially " inexhaustible" ~ces of energy in the 21st cen· • ury. ..

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actly the way I did . He was really sick afterward. My body fa more used to it.''

Karsmakers' fierceness and endurance in motocross racing is legendary . Alth ough he has never been world champion , he ranks among the very best.

He proved it recently by taking third at the U.S. Grand Prix in Carlsbad behind Gerritt WolsinJc of Holland and reigning world champion Roger DeCosler ol Belgium.

·· 1 have never competed in the world champions hip series because I am married and have two children. ll doesn't pay much money at a ll and I couJdn 't afford it," Kars m akers says.

However, he still has hopes of someday attaining the title. " I'm on'ty 28 and I a m getting stronger and stronger all the time. I s till have a chance to do it.''

Karsmakers , who recently clinched a deal with Honda which reportedly makes him the world's highest paid motocross rider, must for the immediate future be content with winning races in the United States.

The Japanese factory 's in· teresl is clearly focused on mak· ing its mark on U.S. turf where there are many motorcycles to be sold. Btft Karsmakers says the chance is always there that they might need exposure on the European scene.

An international celebrity long before be ever raced in the Unit· ed States. Karsmakers was three times crown m otocross cham­pion of Holland.

When he settled permanently in the United States he chose Mis· sion Viejo because of the " very clean air• ' and bee awse a friend, motocross rider Mark Blackwell, also lived in Mission Viejo.

" l don 't like dirty air. l just couldn't live in the smo1. I 'd rather travel a hundred miles a day than do that, '• he explained.

Althouch bis appearance in motorcycle journals, ppsten, na· tionaJ ads and even comic strips has given Karsmaken a great Cleal of notoriety, h e still manages to run a private life despite the publicity.

'· In the be sinning when I moved to Mission Viejo. nobody knew. Now everybody does. AU the kids say, ' Hey , there's Piette Kanmakers.'

•'Every younc kid Hkes motorcycles . They hav e minlbllces and do wheef'es and jump with them. But I try not to aet loo friendly with them. I like to keep some of my privacy," be says.

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ASSESSOR. • pensea paid to men who wen ac· tually workln1 on H101baw•1 primary umpaip in early tm.

No cb1rges have been fled a11lnat Vaushn. And he made It clear from the wltnea It.and to­day that be did not volunteer for the BHtrnmenta hended htm dur· lne t.be primary campaip.

day." M predlctM. "If a coo­sumer doen 't bave a tank el 1u by mldnl1ht, be'• mt•1ed the party."

T he cost spiral probably will beain before the Fourth ol July weekend as moat major petroleum companies plan to an­nounce the price increue, aaid Hu,o.

Huto aaid in an intervlew that drivers have f oreaone tears ot gasoline• shortages and the d .. mand has dealers hopin1 to hike profit marains, which have aul­f ered during recent months because of sagging sales.

Although many petroleum companies increased productio- 1 last week, the additional supplies• 1 \.'1-!Pi:i/~ won't offset the recent import lax ol $1 a barrel and desires to reap profits from the additional de-mand, Hugo said . .,_· Slid ·

" The nauona1 spotli1ht forced e, Kelly, Slide the companies to boost their out­puts and has probably averted spot shortages during the sum­mer months," Hugo said.

Major refiners h ad been operating at about 80 percent capacity, partly in protest of complex of Federal Energy Ad· ministration guidelines, which: petroleum companies complaln hamper profits.

Hugo estimated that easoline would j ump from its present averaae of about 60 cenb a gallon to between 70 cents to 75 cents by 1976.

One private company already has informed Hugo officially of its intention to raise prices and he predicted that others will follow.

''There will be a real deluge of price hike announcements in the next few days," he satid. " Maybe a consumer should get a can or a thimble full of gasoline, just for posterity's sake. It's nqt going to be any cheaper in this century."

BUDGET ••• the city to earn $50,000 from the issuance of building permits over the coming year.

After the budget shuffling, the city has a $26,727 capital im· provements contingency. fund and a $105,855 contingency fund for city government operations.

lo the recommended bud1et, City Jrfanaier William Wolletl slubed a number ol programs. Several were put back into the list of expenditures by the city council Saturday.

The larges t item put back in was improvements for the ill· designed Ranch Park. Rather than cut funds and spread re· grading, in stallailion of an irriga­tion system , new sidewalks and other improvements out over two years as proposed, the council funded the entire $118,500 pro­gram for the coming year.

- $12,500 for a charter election. - $24,000 for a social services

referral program. A massive city financial

headache is expected to develop later this year over the cost of m aintaining Irvine's parks.

By the end of the year, the amount of parkland under cit)' responsibility will increase from 32 to 123 acres. A total of $70,400 has been set aside for maintain· ing the parks , a figureCommuni· ty Services Director Paul Brady considers far too low for satlafac· tory maintenance.

Park maintenance costs ranJ(e from $1,800 to $4,500 an acre per year in Irvine parks.

.. We have budgeted less than · $2,000 an acre, '' said Councilman Henry Quigley , " and lt seems to me that this year we slll see a dramatic change in the quallly of our parks."

However, the council held out some funds which oould beef. up the maintenance budaet later lhll year.

Girl Feared Carrying Old Booby Trap

GLEN DALE, Wis. <UPI) Police are searching for an 8- or 9-year·old girl who they believe · 11 carryin1 a watch containina a World War It Nazi booby trap.

The watch , with a one·foot·long gold chain , contains an e~osJve equivalent to that of a dynamite cap and if tr1f 1ered could CIUM death or serious inJ\11'1. police said.

The watch ii own.ct by a North Side Milwaukee man whom Police would not idenWy .

The owner of the watch at· . tended a plcnlc at a park la th1I Milwaukee 1uburb wtMn U. lirl w11 1een playln1 with t.bl • atch SUnday aftemoon.

The man ordered tbe airl to re· tum the watch. Sha told blm 1he-1d put it ~ bia bullet bul when he 11arched the balret, the watch wHn't there .

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These t hree Harbor Area baseball players know a slide when they see one. From left are Darren Thurman, 6, Newport Beach ; · Mark Fitzgerald , 8, Costa Mesa, and Dana

D~net, 6, Costa Mesa . They took a break from baseba ll recently to enjoy t he play

·equipment al Ma1iner~ Park in Newport Beach. 1

Three Cited Over Nud:ity

Orange County Sheriff's of· ficers cited three people for nudi· ty on a South Laguna beach dur­ing the weekend after the trio al­legedly refused to comply with a. county ordinance banning beach nudity.

Deputies identified the three persons as Ena Mae Burgan, 22, Cypress ; Dan Clayton ~turakis, 25, Long Beach , and Robert Dell Traphagen , 24, Brea.

Officers said beachgoers on the' sands al a beach ·near 32081 S. Coast Highway complained to s heriff's deputies after the three cited persons s trolled along the beach in the nude .

Hikes Proposed WA SHINGTON (AP )

Congress should consider provid· ing cost-of·livinJ increases in Social Security benefits whenever the consumer price in· dex rises by 3 percent or m ore, the Senate Committee on Aging says. The proposal was con­tained in a majority report is­s ued by the panel Sunday.

TAKEOFF. • • eculive assistant to Supe visor Riley. who has followed u on complaints, emphasize that e goal is to get the planes flyin down the center oflhe bay. ·

" Psychologically it's a heck of a lot better to have them flying <1own there t han over somebody 's head," Jones said.

"It's appropriate to fly down the middle but because it mean· ders it's difficult lo sto with effi· ciency ," was the way Bresnahan put it.

To whlc h retorts west bank resi. dent Williams,' "They say. they are trying to thread the eye of the needle but to us it seems like they couldn't hit the broadside of a barn. ••

Williams. who lives on BayPort Way, said the jets now fly over I rvine Avenue, a residential area.

Westside complaints have not been found invalid. Jones said that Riley, who lives on the west bank, · has twice spotted planes flying west of his home. This means that instead of making a 15-degree bank tum on the radial beam from Seal Beach Naval Air Station t he aircraft kept flying straieht ahead. · Both Jones and Bresnahan

said that because of such devia­tions the radial beam is being checked to determine whether it is accurate. ll also appears to be a matter getting the pilots condition

to · · volves making the turn about 1,500 feet later than they used lo - on Radial 118 rather than Radial 116.

"Some are not turning, and some are turning too late," .Jones said. " We are trying lo get them to hitthattum a little earlier."

Jones said that on paper the .noise dispersion appears equally: distributed between both banks " but that's not the point; the point is that we are trying- to get

. them down the center of the bay."

Mrs. Reba Williams insisted, however, that the planes have been missing the bay by at least 2 ,000 feet on the westside, and said that s he and her neighbors would be satisfied only if the s tate carried out any monitoring.

Pound Plunges LONDON CAP) - The British

pound plunged more than five cents today to an all·time low against the U.S. dollar.

Daily July 1st thru July 10th. 12:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m . Westcllff Office only.

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"YOUR HANDWRITING CAN GIVE YOU INSIGHT INTO THE REAL YOU"

These are the words of noted Graphology expert C. E. Bower. He will be at Mariners Savings to give you a Free Handwriting Analrsls. You could find the " Real You ' just by writing a simple sentence. It's a pleasant experience and oould be helpful.

Professor Bower has worked on a consulting basis for Government and Industry, and now will give you his personal attention.

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Freedom Predicted. fOr Grove Hostage DAR ES SALAAM, TJDZania

lUPI> - Tbe U.S. ambassador to Tanzania uys he expects left. wlni 1uerrtllas in neighboring Zaire to free the last ol four kid· naped foreigners within a week.

The releaae of Kenneth Steven Smitb. 22. of Garden Grove, would end more than a month of beblnd·the.scenes negotiations with tbe guerrillas of Zaire's

Popular Revolutionary Party. " I am confident he will be re­

leased within a week," Am· bassador Beverly Carter said SUnday after the kidnapen freed Carrie Jane Hunter, 22, of Atherton. Calif., and Emilie Bergmann, 25, a Dutch woman. for an undisclosed ransom.

The guerrillas freed Barbara S~uts, 24, of Ann Arbor, Mich.,

•ix aays after seizing the bostagea May•l9 in a .. aid aaainst a Tanzanian wildlife reserve run by primatologist Jane Goodall.

Mlss Smuts carried ,uerrilla ranst>m demands fop $500,000, an assortment of weapons and the release of imprisoned comman­dos from Tanzanian jails.

Tanzania rejected the de­mands but friends and relatives

of the captured students set out. to raise money for a ransom.

Miss Hunter and Mi ss Bergman were set free from the guerrillas' stronghold in eastern Zaire Saturday morning, traveled by boat to Kigoma on the Tanianian aide of Lake Tanganyika and then flew to Dar es Salaam. 1 " I'm in good health," they

each told reporters Slmday. Both were suntanned and

looked fit.

Norman Hunter, Carrie Jane's fatbeT, aaid that "nefotiations leadinl' up to the release of Emilie and Carrie have been in good faith as between honorable men.''

Hunter and the girls declined to give details of the abduction or

the negotiations for fear of pro.­longing Smith 's captivity.

" We are not taking any risks at this time," Hunter said. " We are now most anxious and concerned that Stephen Smith will be re­leased as soon as possible."

Hunter and Carter refused to discuss the ransom paid to the guerrillas, who are dedicated to the overthrow of President Mobutu Sese Seko of Zaire.

Police Strike Showdown Nearing 3.5 Cents

Gasoline Price J11mps Forecast

From Wire Services ClUCAGO - U.S.· gasoline

prices will jump three to five cents per gallon Tuesday, making the last time in the 20t.h century that a gallon of regular gasoline will sell at an average of less than 60 cents in Illinois, an oil and gas authority . predicts. Gas com­panies had no immediate com­ment.

Reno Bank Fugitive Captured

• Fugitive Floyd C. Forsberg, charged with helping pull the largest bank robbery in U.S. his­tory along witb. two--fot n1eT Newport. Beach men, was cap. tured in Bend, Ore., SUnday by FBl agents. He had escaped jail two months ago in Reno, Nev. where he awaited trial.

Forsberg, 33, and his 54-year· old wife DeElta, were taken into custody when a t eam of FBI men smashed through the door of their room at the Bend Riverside Motel early Sunday.

A third person, Clark Gable Timmons, .lO, was arrested with the Forsbergs on a San Diego ar­rest warrant charging unlawful flight to avoid prosecution on a -dangerous drug charge.

Forsberg will be returned im· mediately to Reno, where he broke out of the Washoe County Jail just over two months ago.

He is accused of participation in the Sept. 27 holdup with two other bandits or the First Na· tional Bank of Nevada, in which $1.44 million was s tolen.

A large portion of the huge haul spirited away during noise of the annual Sbriners' Parade through Reno streets has since been re­covered.

Curtis R. Michelsen, 36, who occupied a home on Bruce Cres· cent Circle in West Newport where most of the recovered loot was found pleaded guilty June 2 on a federal armed robbery charge.

The suspect arrested with him, Edward T. Malone, 50, who lived in an apartment on Seashore Drive in West Newport, pleaded innocent and was acquitted June 10 of bank robbery charges by a jury that said the prosecution

Malone and Michelsen were ar­rested outside a friend 's Newport Beach apartment about two months after the big Reno heist.

The prediction was made by Herbert Hugo, senior editor of Platt's Oilgram. Hugo said part of the increase - 1 'h cents - is directly due to the $1 J)er barrel oil impprt tax imposed June 1 by President Ford. He said higher costs of Mideast crude oil are a second factor contributing to the

•hike. The editor predicted smaller

monthly price increases would follow t he one he expects to go in­to effect Tuesday. He said he saw nothing ahead in 1975 that could bring a price cut.

" June 30 may be a historic day, " he predicted. " If a con­sumer doesn ' t have a tank of gas by midnight, he's missed the party."

The cost spiral probably will begin before the Fourth of July weekend as mos t major petroleum companies plan to an-

. nounce the price increase, said Hugo.

1tU10 said in an interview that drivers have foregone fears or gasoline• shortages and the de­mand has dealers hoping to rule profit margins, which have suf· fered during recent mont hs because of sagging sales.

Although m.any petroleum cQmpanies increased production 1&1t week, the.additional supplies won'toffset the recent import tax of $1 a bar rel and desires to reap profits f roin.· the additional de·

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Motorcyclist Dies After Window Crash

A young WesJminster motorcyclist who slammed through a storefront window in Huntington Beach June 24, died Sunday night at Orange County Medical Center.

A spokesman for the Orange County Coroner said Russell Leroy Ellis, 22, of 14861 Stengal St., died at 8 p .m., apparently from injuries suffered in the earlier crash. An autopsy wilt be performed to determine the exact cause of death.

Police said Ellis drove his motorcycle through an eight by 10.foot plate g)ass window June 24 at a small shopping center near Springdale Street and Warner Avenue. _

He was found 15 feet inside the store, with bis jugular vein and an artery severed, but stilt alive. Fun~ral arrangements are

pending at Peek Family Colonial Funeral Home in Westminster.

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U,S. MILITARY POLICEMEN CLASH WITH NORTH KOREAN GUARDS AT PANMUNJOM Tension Mounts Along 38th Par•llel as Military Armist ice Unit Meets

Hinshaw Aide 'J;ook --Pay for Campaign'

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Orange County Assessor's aide Jack Vaughn admitted today from the witness stand that he was paid vacation time and over · time in 1972 wben he was actually working on former assessor An· drew Hinshaw's congressional campaign.

Vaughn, .. the third prosecution witness called in the Orange County Superior Court of trial as· sessor's aide James Bertolino, 52, of 24116 Via Madrugada, Mis­sion Viejo, told the jury that one of hls tasks was to check polling stations in the Tustin and Orange areas.

Vaughn said be then reported to supervisors in the assessor's oCfice which of the registered Republicans in those precincts had or bad not voted.

The witness did not identify Bertolino among tho se supervisors.

Vaughn testified under Deputy District Attorney William Evans' questioning that he was later paid six hours overtime in addi· tion to eight hours vacation time for a date when he was at home and did not report for duty to his office.

He told Evans that he accepted the overtime payment but could not explain the reasoning that led toil.

Bertolino is being' tried on charges of conspiracy and grand theft that were returned by the Grand Jury against him and five other employes of the assessor's office on charges related to

criminal actions allegedly com· milted when Congressman Hinshaw was county assessor.

Bertolino's five codefendants have pleaded guilty to lesser charges. They will be sentenced on various dates ~ring July by Judge Walter Smith.

Hinshaw and county Assessor .Tack Vallerga also face trial on charges contained in Grand Jury indictments.

Each man faces a separate tria l before they go on trial . together in September.

It was alleged throughout testimony that led to three Grand Jury indictments that the county

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Credit Card Theft Charged

A membership discount store cashier from Westminster was arrested Sunday in Costa Mesa when she allegedly tried to purchase a fur coat with a credit card reported stolen earlier in the day.

Diane M. Causer, 18, of 14151 Cedarwood Ave., was booked on suspicion of fraudulent use or a credit card after being arrested at Judy's, a womens wear shop in South Coast Plaza.

Miss Causer, an employe of f*cko Inc. , remained in custody at Orange County Jail today in lieu of $5,000 bail on the felony charge.

North Korean Guards Attack 2 Americans

SEOUL (UPI) - More than a dozen North Korean guards and newsmen attacked two American military men .at the truce village of Panmunjom today while the military armistice commiss ion was meeting, eyewitnesses re­ported.

The fi st fight came a few hours after the South Korean Defense Ministry announced the killing of a North Korean armed infiltrator and a search for another re· portedly on a mission to as· sassinate South Korean leaders.

The incident at Panmun­jom stemmed from an argument between a U.S. Army major and a North Korean newsman which de· veloped into a fist fight , witnesses said.

More North Korean newsmen and guards joined in the brief fight and an American military policeman on guard duty rushed to the aid of the officer.

The major a nd the military police man were knocked un ­conscious and had to be carried away on stretchers, the witnesses said. •

When they came out of the room, however, they were on their feet and the major rode on the front seat or an ambulance called in by the Americans.

The extent of their injuries was not known.

At one point, the witnesses said, there were more than 100 North Korean guards at the scene.

. The raid on the motel suite oc· cupied by the Forsbergs and. Timmons occurred during pre­dawn hours Sunday, aft.er others 1n nearby rooms had been evacuated in c?ase of a gunfight.

Nuelear. Retreat

During the m eeting, North Korea charged the South Koreans and Americans with various violations of the Korean armistice agreement, including alleged fortifications in the de· militarized zone and sea and air intrusions.

Authorities said Mrs. (See CAPTURE, P•leAJ)

FIRST BIDDER

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chair all sold to the f1nt penon who called."

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· Solarr PoWer Advocated WASHJNGTON (UPl)- ln a

sharp retreat from put em· phasis on the atom, tederal enertY offieiaa. today formally abandooed the nuclear breeder reactor u a major poweraoutte for Ulil eentul'.)' and raiMd solar ))OW*' raearcb to unprectldalted promiDence.

DeU.erin1 • 25-year resurch blueprlnt to Conp-eu and Prai­dent Ford, officiala baltened to note tbat the batlc eMl'IY eoaa in tbe United Slat.el are Ukeb' to double by tbe year 2000 no matter what tecbnolo1y it developed Cor the future.

Ancl J'ord also caudaDed that

energy sufficiency is still a long way off.

Tbe research plan prepared by the Eneray Research and DeveJopmeDt AdmJnlstration uked for a $71.4 miWoo reduc· t.lon in IYDdinC next year ror the controveraial breeder. Dr~ &obert C. &e.mans Jr ..

bead of ERDA, said the fundJnc reductioD was requested because the breeder prosram Is beina llow .. clowll to allow a manage­ment reoraanllaUon and a new MMNmeDt ol environmental Im· pact.

la-pert, be 1ald, man hlforma· Uoa la needed aboUt ~al mecllcal effect of piulGillhun -

the deadly fuel the breeder uses and produces.

seamans noted ERDA also was asking for a $63 million.increase in its original $1. 7 bU.Uoo budget tor flacal year 1978, with the addi· Uonal money goinf to expanded reeearch in solar energy, coal, improved oil production, con­aervaUon and advanced energy l)'ltem.

nae new bluepdnt said ~ · bteeder, ooee tareetect fot ~­merctal use no later than llr1. now jr'OMbty ,.m oat. bee01M a m• ~mercial tOttl1 pso­duttr undl tbe earb 2Jlt ~

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LOS ANGELES (UPI) -Supervisor Baxt~r Ward has de­manded that acting District At· tomey John Howard leave his post because of a dn.wum driv· ing C<IDViclioo three weeks qo.

" Your penonal record dls­qualifia you from bOldinc the of· lice for even a 1in1te ct.yt w-.t'd told Howar• . 'Boward ..-.att~ally .-a&Md .. po9t ypm Ute deataa el~ Ali t«MJ Jose~ Buadl last~.

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Council Meeting Crucial

Tonight's special city council session may play a kt!y roJe in whether or not Huntington Beach policemen wil~trike after Thursday.

Thomas Roberts, an outside arbitrator, will deliver his re­commendation for a salary set­tlement between the city and the 178-member police officers as­sociation.

He met all day f'iiday and Saturday with negotiators for the police and the city after ordering police spokesmen to appear at the fact finding sessions.

Mark Reid, a union spokes mun for the police, had first refused the arbitration process, contend­ing the city council , not city mayagement , should be in­volved . But Thomas overruled Reid and order ed the closed bearings at city hall.

Thomas has not revealed his recommendation and will not re· veal it until he meets with the ci­ty council during tonight 's .special 7 o 'clock session.

A strike vote is scheduled Thursday if policemen <;ton 't re­ach a settlement. Officers re­portedly have begun a work slow down already.

Detective Ray Hattebaugh, a director of the police association and one of the contract negotiators, said off-duty officers have been urged to attend tonight's meeting at city council chambers.

"The council will be calling shots," he said. '·Depending on what action the council takes, you might see some spontaneous action by the officers. It could be inleresting. ' ·

Roberts' services in arbitra­tion were provided through the American Arbitration Associa· tion. though his ree is paid by both sides involved.

Staff in Laos Down w22

VIENTIANE, Laos (AP) Only 22 U.S. government officials remained in Laos today as Com­munist-led demonstrators con­tinued to harass Americans and lo occupy U.S. facilities.

About 20 embassy staff mem­bers were flown out quietly over the weekend after youths and police of the Communist Pathet Lao took over the compound of the U.S. Embassy 's support facility, a vacant American hous· ing area and the U.S. lnformu· tion Service Ubrary and offices.

Or:~k~··· Weatller

Mostly sunny Tuesday but low clouds and fog late night and morning hours. High in middle 70s. low near 60.

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1.~. Supreme Court l.ndicated to­tay that local ordlnanceJ ban­llhg topless dancing in all public >laces probably are Wleonatitu· ion al.

But the justices stopped short 'll permanently s trikinl down 1ucb a law in North Hempstead, "l.Y .• holding instead that two .avern owners were not barred · :rom seeking to have the law Jeclared unconstitutional in the !ederal courts so long as state :dminal charges were not pend· ~against them .

The unanimous decision mere­ly sustained a preliminary in· junction which prevents the town riom enforcing the topless or­dl.nance until the lower courts de· :ide whether to strike down the law permanently .

Justice William H. Rehnquist 1aid for the court that a district eourt was correct in finding that the North Hempstead law ban· Ding topless females from " all public pla ces '' probably is un· ~nstilution al.

But he said s uch a ruling was 1115tained only for purposes of a preliminary injunction, and that tff Supreme Court was not rul· ing on t he ultimate merits. ,

The decision means that North Hempstead can s till a ttempt to argue the law is constitutional, although the high court indicated It might later s trike down such a law permanently .

Rehnquist said states and localities could have the power to ban nude dancing in bars under their obligation to regulate the sale of liquor undrer the 21s t Amendment.

Girl Feared Carrying Old Booby Trap

GLENDALE, Wis. (UPU Police are searching for an 8· or 9-year-old girl who they believe is carrying a watch containing a World Wa r U Nazi booby trap.

The watch, with a one-fool·long gold chain , contains an explosive equivalent to that of a dynamite cap and JI triggered could cause death or serious Injury, police .said.

The watch is owned by a North Side Mil wauk ee ma n whom police would not identify.

The owner of the watch at ­t ended a picnic at a park in this Milwaukee suburb where the girl was seen playing with lhe watch Sunday afternoon.

The man ordered the girl to re­turn the watch. She told him she'd put it in his basket but when he se a rched the basket , the watch wasn' t there.

The stem , which activates the explosive device, must be " im· properly wound '' in order to ac­t.i vate the bomb, but police would not specify what constitutes im· proper winding.

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ASSESSOR. • was defrauded of at least $10,000 in overtime and mileage ex­penses paid to men who were ac­tually working on Hinshaw's primary campaign in early 1972.

No charges have been filed against Va ughn. And he made it clear from the witness stand to­

, day that he did not vohmteer for . the assignments handed him dur­

ing the primary campaign.

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Kore than 180,008 '"" _.....,..... •urfen Md••· men ftoeked to Welt Oraqe County beacbea over the wMllend, and moat ol tbem were able to •o bome with no more pain than a bad S\4nbum, tbQb toall•btaurf.

Uf91varcl1 at state and city ltrandl tn Huntlntton Beach and in Seal Beach reported Uaht necue actlvity as the surf stayed under four feet.

Elibt ambulances were called out at vartoua U~es &lnday for Huntlqton and BOlsa Oilca state beaches, but lifeguards there said none of the injuries were critical. They involved mostly

· roadside crashes and aurf'mg in· juriea.

Life,uards at the city beach in Huntington Beach reported crowda ol 29,000 on Saturday ancl "5,000 on Sunday, with 16 rescues "Saturday and 30 on Sunday.

In Seal Beach, visitors num­bered 10,000 Saturday and 11,000 Sunday with five- rescues each day. The surf there was only one loot.

State lifeguards said they bad 18,000 people at HWJUnatoo on Saturday and 22,000 at Bolsa Chica. On Sunday they bad 3>,000 at Huntington and 25,000 at Bolsa Chica. There were 37 total rescues Saturday and 43 on SUn­day.

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to rina tbe doorbell when you come to Uae home of Pierro Kanmuen.

He mlabt qpn1lder you a dumb­bell.

Kar1makers already owns what be believes ii the flnest piece ol body bulldln1 ~"pment made. It bu been pu.bllclzed in numerous maaaline atUclea ancl Kar1maker1 con1h,er1 it. 10 valuable tbat be bldel it in a f«eat beJUnd Aeeean IWls.

lta effectiveness baa been pro­ven by maldn1 t.be 28-year-old M111loo Viejo mot-Ocl'06l ltar one ol tbe world '• best-paid athletes.

1be 1ecHt! It's a lot about eitbt yards lon1 with a &irth of about 10 inches. Kanmakers works out with it twice a week, J.iftiu, tossing and turning it.

" I have to keep it kind of hid­den because somebody stole the last one," smiled Kanmakers, a nat,Jve of Holland who settled in Mission vrejo two-and-a -half )tears aao. ~·1 guess somebody cut it up for firewood." ·

The exercises Karsmakers has developed around the log have ·attracted international attention, primarily among his competitors who want to discover the secret of bis stamina on the rough-and· tumble motocross circuits.

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ing its mar k o·n U.S. turf where there are m any motorcycles to be sold. But Karsmakers says the chance ls always there that they might need exposure on the European scene.

An interpational celebrity long before be ever raced in the Unit­ed States, Karsmakers was three limes crown motocross cham· pion of Holland .

J ohn Pike and J ennifer F airfax-Ross show newsmen the rubber raft in which they lived for three days after Pike's yacht sank off the coast of Haiti. The pair were rescued and returned to Port Everglades, Fla. Miss Fairfax-Ross says the raft will be pa rt. of their living room furniture after their marriage.

Cycles Abandoned In Forest Stolen

Three Cited ~ Over Nudity

· " It's very demanding. I don' t rest in between the exercises. I once took a Japanese rider with me - his name is Hideald Suzuki -who insilted on doing them ex· actly the way I did. He wu really sick afterward. My body is more used toil."

Karamakers' fierceness and endurance in motocrolS racing is legendary . Although he bas never been world champion, he ranks adiong the very best.

When he settled permanently in the United States be chose Mis­sion Viejo because of the " very clean air" and because a friend , motocross rider Mark Blackwell , also lived in Mission Viejo. ·

" I don' t like dirty air. I just couldn' t live in the smog. I'd rather travel a hundred miles a day than do that, " he explained.

By AUTHUR R . VINSEL Of the O.lty Piiot St•ff

A pair of Orange Coast off-trail motorcycling enthusiasts whose bikes beca me stranded in rugged Cleveland National Forest ter· rain 16 days ago no longer need to worry about getting them out.

Someone appa rently us ing a helicopter stole t he two vehicles worth about $2,000 from a deep ravine at the base of a cliff near Los P in os Pea k o v e r t h e weekend.

James Stovall , 30, of 2507 Lehigh Place, Costa Mesa, and

• AJan Vega, J I. of 2S771 Padua Drive, Mission Viejo, bJJced into the treacherous a rea Sunday and found their cyc les gone.

Stovall said today after Orange County Sheriff 's deputies took the stolen vehic le reports that he and Vega could find no evidence · the bikes were whee.led out or

Grass Fire·

Ignited by

Firecrackers The firs t fireworks-triggered

grass frre of the 1975 Fourth of July season blackened part of a field in the Mesa Verde area of Costa Mesa Sunday morning.

Investigators said three youths were implic ated in the blaze which occurred adjacent to an apartment complex at Harbor Boulevard and Nutmeg Place.

Michael Dunnagen of 1600 Iowa St., an employe or the fireworks stand, one of dozens peddling pyrotechnics for worthy causes, reported the r apidly spreading grass fire.

He .told authori ties it occurred at 10: 10 a .m ., about 10 minutes after be sold some fireworks to th ree boys who immediately began setting the m off in the roadway adjacent to the grassy field. ·

One of the boys was contacted at home by police and admitted he tossed a s moke bomb into the air , saying wind carried it into the field . Scar ed when they couldn ' t stamp out spreading flames. the boys fled. .. .

New Welfare Rules Begin

WASHJNGTON CAP> - More than 11 million welfare recipients a ' e required to fumi1h their Social Security numben to state agencies beginnlng Tue.Id~ in lhe newest federal crackdown on welfare fraud.

New appliunt1 for Aid to Fa m i li e s with De pende nt Children <AFDC), runninf at better than 90 ,000 persona a month recently, muat provide their Social Security numben as a condition of ellatbUtty. •

U.S. Wellare Commil1lonu Robert B. Carlte:n 18'd the re­quirement will make it mon dJI· ficuJt tor welfare motben to •l>S>­ly for publi c a11l1tance for children who don 't exltt and at· 1l1t state •«•net• in keeping track of the fatbers ot weflare children.

dismantled and carried out by backpack. .

Stovall and his ridini compa­nion took a wrong trail on an out­ing 16 days ago and became trapped deep in the rocky, brush­choked area , r equiring rescue by a sheriff 's sea rch and rescue ., team.

Despite the fact it ls only four or five miles from the nearest road, it took StovaJI and Vega lS hours to hike back out of the mounta inous wilderness area.

The men had tried to hire a helicopter to airlift the gasoline­Jaden bikes out ol the region, which is a hJgb fire-risk are~ but were frustrated by high rental costs and U.S. Forest Service dis­approval.

A story about their difficulties in r etri e ving. Stovall's Hus­qvarna 250 c c machine and Vega 's Honda 175, a brand-new. bike with only 400 miles on it, could have- inspired the apparent aerial heist, Stovall said today. He was still philosophical.

.. It was just a nightmare," he said of the entire episode. " I'm glad it's over."

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GAS ••• mand, Hugo said.

" The national spotlight forced the companies to boost their out· puts and has probably averted

· spot shortages during the sum­mer months,• • Hugo said.

Majo r refin e r s had been operating at about m pereent capacity, partly in protest of complex of Federal Energy Ad· minis tration guidelines, which· petroleum companies complain hamper profits.

Hugo estimated that gasoline would jump from its present average of about 60 cents a gallon t o between 70 cents to 75 cents by 1976.

One private company already has informed Hugo officially of its intention to raise prices and he predicted that otben will follow.

" There will be a real deluge ol price hike announcementa in the next few day1," he said. " MaJbe a consumer sbould a« a can or a thimble full or gasoline, Just for posterity's sake. It's not aoi.ng to be any cheaper in thie ~tury."

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CAPTURE. • Forsberg, who already !aced cbar1e1 or harboring • f\aa,ltlve aa a result of her buaband'• cap­ture in Ore ion after the bank rob­be ry , now faces addltlooal count.I. . She was cbar«ed uPOD arrest with a new count ol harborioa • !u,it.tve , plu. perjury • ...-v1q and concealln1 stolen blllk boDdl and bood delault.

lnve1U1atora said t.be lut charee atemmed rrom ber al­lqedly Jumpln1 bail......_ await.. Ina trial !ollowlna Ml' eartMr ar· nit.

For1bera la held ln Multnomah, Ore., COUllt1 Jail pencUnc t.ran1f•r to a- Md t.rlat that could HDd Nm bad to f ederaJ prison f Of' 20 ,nra, the tentence given Mlcbellen.

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Orange County Sheriff's of­ficers cited three people for nudi­ty on a South Laguna beach dur­ing the weekend after the trio al· leeedly refused to comply with a . county ordinance banning beach nudity.

Deputies identified the three persons as·.Ena Mae Burean, 22, Cypreu; Dan Clayton Keturakls, 25, Lone Beach, and Robert Dell Trapl1a1en, 24, Brea.

Officers said beacbgoers on the sands at a beach near 32081 S. Coast Hlgbwa~ complained to sheriff's deputies after the three cited persons strolled along the beach in the nude.

Pound Pl1D1ge8 · LONDON CAP> - The British pound plunted more than five cents today to an all-time low against the U .S. dollar.

He proved it recently by taking third at the U.S. Grand Prix in Cai-lsbad behind Gerritt Wolsink of Holland and reigning world champion Roger DeCoster of Belgium.

" I have never competed in the world championship series because I am married and have two children. It doesn't pay much money at all and I couldn't afford it," Karsmakers says.

However, he still has hopes of someday attaining the liUe. " I'm only 28 and I am getting stronger and stroneer all the time. I s till have a chance to do it.'.

Karsmakers , who recently clinched a deal with Honda which reportedly mak es him t he world's highest paid motocross rider, must for the immediate future be content wttb winning races in the United States.

The Japanese factory 's in· terest is clearly focused on male-

· Altbouah his appearance in motorcycle journals, posters, na­tional ads and even comic slriP6 has given Karsmakers a great aeal or notoriety, he still manages to run a private life despite the publicity.

" In the beginning when I moved to Mission Viejo, nobody knew. Now everybody does. All the kids say, 'Hey, there's Pierre Karsmakers . '

" E ve ry y oung kid likes m o to rc ycl es . They ha ve minibikes and do wheelies and jump with them . But I try not to get too friendly with them. l lik.e to keep some of my privacy," he says.

Woman Drowns AVALON ( UPI) - Terry

Stacy-ltaryded, 40, of Hollywood was killed Saturday when she fell ore a pleasure boat .

Dally July 1st thru July 10th. 12:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Westcllff Office only.

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D;Jnet, 6, Costa Mesa. They took a break from baseball recently to enjoy the play equipment at Madners Park in Newport Be<.1ch.

Ga Prices to Jump? Inc ease of 3 to 5 Cents Predicted

F rom Wire Servi es CHICAGO - U.S.· . soline

prices will jump three five cents per gallon Tuesday, m ing the last time in the 20th cent ry that a gallon of regular gasoli e · will seU at an average or less th 60 cents in Illinois, an oil and ga authority predicts. Gas com panies ha.Q no immediate com­ment.

Hugo said in an interview that drivers have foregone fears of gasoline• s hort.ages and the de­mand l\as dealera hoping to hike profit m argins, which have suf­fered during recent months because o( sagging ~ales.

Although many petroleum companies inci;eased production last week, the additional s upplies won't offset the recent import tax of $1 a barrel and desires to reap profits trom t.be additiooal de-

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mand , Hugo said. " The nationa l s pqtlight forced

the companies to boost their out­puts and h as probably averted spot shortages during the sum­mer months," Hugo said.

Ma jor r efiners had been operating a t about 80 percent capacit y, partly in protest or complex of Federal Energy Ad­ministration g uidelines, which· petroleum companies complain bamper profits .

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Assessor ·Case Witness Admits Overtime

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Orange County Assessor's aide Jack Vaughn admitted today from the witness s tand that be was paid vacation time and over· time in 1972 when he was actually working on former assessor An­drew Hins haw 's congressional campaign.

Vaughn , lhe third prosecution wi}ness called in the Orange Co'unty Superior Court or trial as­sessor's aide J ames Bertolino, 52, of 24116 Via Madrugada, Mis­sion Viejo, told the jury that one of his tasks was to check polling stations in the Tustin and Orange areas.

Vaughn said he then reported to supervisors in the assessor's office which of the reg!s'-.ted Republicans in those precincts had or had not voted.

The witness did not identify Bertolino a mon g tho se supervisors.

Vaughn tes tified under Deputy District Attorney William Evans ' questioning that he was later paid six hours overtime in addi­tion to eight hours vacation time for a date when he was at home and did not report for duty to bis office.

He told Evans that he accepted the overtime payment but could not explain the reasoning that led to it.

Bertolino is being tried on charges of conspiracy and grand theft that were re turned by the Grand Jury against him and five other employes or the assessor 's office on charges rela ted to criminal actions a llegedly com­mitted wh e n Congress m a n Hinshaw was county assessor .

Bertolino 's five codefendants have pleaded guilty to lesser charges. They will be sentenced on various dates during July by Judge Walter Smith.

Hinshaw a nd county Assessor Jack Vallerga also face trial on charges contained in Grand Jury

indictments. Each man faces a

trial before they go together in September.

It was a lleged throu out testimony that led to three Gr d Jury indictments that the c was defrauded or a t least $10, in overtime and mileage ex-

EAST.SIDE, Wi;ST.ltDE Noise AH Around Bay

penses paid to m en who were ac· t ua lly working on Hins haw's primary campaign in early 1972.

No charges have been filed against Vaughn. And he m ade ii clear from the witness stand to­day that be did not volunteer for the assignments banded him dur· ing the primary campaign.

Americans Attacked By Koreans

SEOUL <UPI ) - More than a dozen North Korean guards and newsmen attacked two AmeriCMa military m en at the truce village of Panmunjom today while the military armistice commission was meeting, eyewitnesses re- · ported.

The fist fight came a few hourS after the South Korean Defense Ministry announced the killing of a North Korean armed infiltrator and a searth for another re· portedly on a mission to as· sassinate South Korean leaders.

The incident at Panmun­jom stemmed from an argument between a U.S. Army major and a North Korean newsman which de· veloped into a fist fight , witnesses said.

More North Korean newsm en and , guards joined in the brief fight and an American military policeman on guard duty rushed to the aid or the officer. . The major and the military policeman were knocked un­conscious and ha d to be carried. away on stretchers, the witnesses said.

Whetr' they came out or the room, however, they were on their feet and the major rode on tbe front seat of an ambulance caUed ip by tbe Americans.

The extent of their injuries was not known.

- The prediction was made ' by Herbert Hugo, aenkr editor of Platt's Oilgram. Huao said part of the increase - l lh cents - is directly due to the $1 pet" barrel oil import tax imposed June 1 by President Ford. He said higher costs of Mideas t crude oil are a second f actor contributing lo the

' hike. . The editor predicted sm alle r

monthly price increases would follow the one he expects to go in­to effect Tuesday. He said he saw nothing ahead in 19'.75 Uiat could bring a price cut.

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At one point, the witnesses said , there were more than 100 North Korean guards at the scene.

During the m eeting, North Korea charged the South Koreans and Americans with various violations of the Korean armistice agreement, including alleged fortifications in the de· militarized zone and sea and air intrusions . " June 30 m ay be a historic

day," he predict ed. " If a con­sumer doesn ' t have a tank or gas by m idnight, he's missed the

·party." The cost spiral probably will

begin before the Fourth of July week e nd as m os t m ajor petroleum companies plan to an­nounce the price increase, said Hugo.

Fugit e Floyd C. Fors berg, charged ith helping pull the la rgest ban obbery in U.S. his ­tory along w two former Newport Beach m was cap­tured in Bend, Ore., SU.--.......__,..,­FBI agents. He bad escaped 1ail two months ago in Reno, Nev. where he awaited trial.

Forsberg, 23, and bis 54-year­old wife DeEtta, were taken into custody when a t eam of FBI men smashed through the door or their room at the Bend Riverside

Kidnaped Countian May Be Free Soon

DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania (UPl) - The U.S . ambassador lo Tanzania says h e expects left­wing guerrillas in neighboring Zaire to free the last of four kid­naped foreigners within a week.

The re lease of Kenneth Steven Smith, 22, or Garden Grove, would end more than a month or behind-the-scenes negotia tions with the guerrillas of Zaire's Popular Revolutionary Party.

' ' I am confident be will be re­leased within a week,•' Am· bassador Beverly Carter said Sunday after the kidnapers Creed Carrie Jane Hunter, 22, of Atberion-. Calif. , and Emilie Bergmann, 25, a Dutch woman, for an undisclosed ransom.

The guerrillas freed Barbara Smull, 24, of Ann Arbor, Mich., slx days afte r seizing t h e hostages May 19 in a raid against a Tamanian wildlife reserve run by primatologlst Jane Goodall.

Miss Sm uts carried guerrUla ransom demands for $500,000, an assortment ol weapons and the release or lmprlaoned comman­dos from Tan.zanien jails.

Tanzania rejected the de · muds but frienda and relaUves ol lbe captured students .et out to nise money for a ransom.

each told reporters Sunday. Both were s untanned and

looked fit. Norman Hunter, Carrie Jane's

father, said that " negotiations leading up to the release or Emilie and Carrie have been in good faith as between honorable men.''

Hunter and the girls declined to give details of the abduction or the negotiations for rear or pro­longing Smith 's captivity.

" We are not taking any risks at this time," Hunter said. " We are now most anxiollS and concerned that Stephen Sm lth will be re· leased as soon as possible."

Hunter and Carter refused to discuss the r ansom paid to the guerrillas, who are dedicated to the overthrow or Presid ent ,Mobutu Sese Seko of Zaire.

FIRST BIDDER

C<Tr IT ALL " The couch, love seat and

chair all sold to the first person wbocalled."

That's the success story told by the Santa Ana woman who placed t.b1a ad in the Dally Pilot :

Motel early Sunday. A t hfrd person, Clark Gable

Timmons, 30 , was arrested with the F abergs~n Diego ar ­

warrant charging-uMa'WW flight lo avoid prosecution on a dangerous drug <;barge.

Forsberg will be returned im­mediately to Reno, where he broke out of the WO;\Sboe County Jail just over two months ago. . ..

He is accused of participation in the Sept. 27 holdup with two other bandits of the First Na­tional Bank of Nevada, in which $1.44 million was stol~n.

A large porti6n of the huge haul spirited away during noise of the annual Shriners ' Parade through Reno streets has since been r e­covered.

Curtis R . Michelsen, 36, who occupied a hom e on Bruce Cres­cent Cir c le in West Newport

• where most of the recovered loot was found pleaded guilty June 2 on a federal armed robbery charge.

The sus pect arrested with him,

Grass Fire Ignited by Firecrackers

The first fireworks-triggered grass tire of the 1975 Fourth of July season b lackened part of a field ln the Mesa Verde area of Costa Mesa Sunday morning.

Jnvestieators said three youths were implicated in the blaze which occurred adjacent to an apartment complex at Harbor Boulevard and Nutmeg Place.

Michael Dunnagen of 1600 Iowa St. , an employe of the fireworks stand, one of dozens peddling pyrotechnics for worthy causes, reported tbe rapidlY spreading arassfire.

He told authorities it occurred at 10:10 a .m ., about 10 minutes after be sold some fireworks to three boys who immediately began sen.in& them off in the roadway adjacent to the rrassy field.

Mila Hunter and Mi ss Bttam• were set fr. from the 1uerrillal' stronghold In eastern Zaire Saturday mornin, , traveled by boat to Kllorn. on the Tanaanian side of Lake TancanYlk• a nd then flew-to Dar •Salaam.

Matchlna coucb, love teat•chair, blue-p-een. 1100. or offer. xxx-xxxx. - One of the boys was contacted

at home by police and admitted he~ a smoke bomb into the a.1r\ aayinf wlod carried it into the field. Scared when they coutdn•t stamp out 1preadlnf names. the bo~ fled. · "I'm la •ood health." Lbey

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U you have furnltureYoU would like to convert to cub, call SU_.,.. It '1 easy to put a few worcll to wOl'k for you, in the Dal· b' Pilot.

d T . Malone, 50, who Jived in · a partment on Seashore D · e in West Newport, pleaded · · nocent and was acquitted June 10 or bank robbery charges by a jury that said the prosecution failed to support its a llegations.

Malone and Michelsen were ar­rested outside a friend 's Newport Beach apartm e nt about two m onths after the big R eno heist.

The raid on the motel suite OC·

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Staff in Laos

DOUJnto22 VIENTIANE, Laos (AP)

Only 22 U.S. government officials remained in Laos today as Com­munist-led de monstrators con­tinued to harass Americans and to occupy U.S. facillties.

About 20 embassy staff mem· bers were flown out quietly over the weekend after youths and police or the Communist Pathet Lao took over the compound of t he U.S. Embassy's support facility, a vacant American hous­ing area and the U.S. Informa­tion Service libra ry and offices.

Strong Quakes BERKELEY (UPl) - Aseries

of fairly stron g earthquakes somewhere in Yellowstone Na­tiona1 Park were recorded today at the UC seismographic station. Scientists said they recorded the strongest quake at 11 :56 a.m. and that it had a magnitude or 6.2 on the Richter scale . The · quakes triggered several landslides.

.DOW UP AGAIN,

NEA.RING BOO NEW YORK (UPI) - The

stock market, finishing a solid s~ond quarter, closed higher to-

. day in modera te tradint Oft. the New York Stoc:k Exdaange. Tbe Dow Jones lndustrial aYerase. a 17-poiDt fainer lut. week, added $.87 Poinls to 878.te. Advances led decun .. by about a nine--to­five marfin. <Tables. 87).

Prices were hither in active tradln1 on lh• Ameri~an ~ Excl'U1e.

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A switch in takeoff pattern for commercia l je ts flying out or Orange County Airport is upset­ting westbluff r esidents or upper Newport Bay.

Both the airport administration a nd Supervisor Thomas F. Riley 's office have received com­plaints in the last two weeks over the flight change, designed lo move the planes 500 feet farther west .

The m ove was made because protests from eastbluff residents led to a study which showed that the jets were drifting lo the east side of the bay on takeoff, and were not heading down the cente r ofthebay. · "Orange County is playing one part of Newport Beach against another in this, .. srua westbluff resident Stuart Williams. " We are getting the feeling we don't matteroverhere. Wedon'thavea strong homeowners association like Eastbluff's ."

Airport officials deny that t~ change was introduced to al" pease Eastbluff residents, and note that complaints from the east bank h a v e scarcel y slackened since the switch was made, while westside protests have increased.

Both Aviation Director Robert Bresnahan and Robert Jones, ex­ecutive assistant to Supervisor Riley, who bas followed up on complaints, emphasize that the goal is to get the planes flying down the center of the bay.

" Psychologically it's a heck of a lot better to have them flying aown tnere than over somebody's head," Jones said.

'' It 's appropriate to fly down the middle but because it mean­ders it's dilflcuJt to do with effi · ciency.'' was the way Bresnahan putit.

To whlcb reton. welt bank resi· dent William~. ''They say tbey are tryinc to thtHCJ tbe eye ol the needle but to ue tt Meml like they C.'OUldn 't hit the bi'oedlkle ol a bam!'

Williams, who lives~ Bayport Way, saJc;I the jet.I now fly over . Irvine Avenue, a tt!t ldeaU&J area.

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Ward Lashes Busch's Aide

LOS ANGELES CU PI> Supervisor Baxter Ward bas de­m anded that acting District Al· torney J ohn Howard leave his post because of a drunken driv· ing conviction three weeks ago.

" Your personal record dis· qualifies you from holding the of. !ice for even a single day," Ward told Howard . Howard automatically assumed the post upon the death of District Al· tomey Joseph Busch last Friday.

The acting district attorney ex­pressed s hock at Ward's request.

2 Men Executed MAZATENAGO, Guatemala

(UPI ) - Before a crowd of thousands, two m en were execut­ed by a firin g squad in the cemetery or this city, 124 miles south of Guatemala City.

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TAKEOFF. • • been found invalid. Jones said that Riley , who lives on the west ~. has twice spotted planes l'lying west of his home. This means that instead o( making a $-degree bank tum Oil the radial ~m from Seal Beach Naval Air station the aircraft kept flying straight ahead.

Both J ones and Bresnahan said that because of such devia· tions the radial beam is being checked to determine whether it b accurate.

It aJso appears to be a matter of getting the pilots conditioned to the new procedure, which in­volves making the tum about 1,500 feet later than they used to - on Radial 118 rather than Radial 116.

' 'Some are not turning, and some are turning too late," J ones said. " We are trying to get them.1 t o hit that turn a UtUe earlier."

Jones said that on paper the noise dispersion appears equally distributed between both banks ' 'but that's not the point ; the point is that we are trying- to eet them down the center of the bay."

Mrs. Reba Williams insisted , however, that the planes have been missing the bay by at least 2 ,000 feet on t he westside, and said that she and her neighbors would be satisfied only if the state carried out any monitoring.

" We believe Mr. Bresnahan bas lost his credibility, .. she added.

And her husband said, .. Tbe1 draw one picture of the takeoffs but fly another. I 'm thinking of putting up a balloon from our house - if they object. then we'll know they are not going down the center of the bay."

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CAPTURE ••• cupied by the Forsbergs and Timmons occurred during pre­dawn hours Sunday, after others in nearby rooms had bee n evacuated in case of a gunfight .

Aut h orities sai d Mrs. Forsberg, who already faced charges of harboring a fugitive as a r esult of her husband's cap­ture in Oregon aner the bank rot>. bery, now faces additional counts. ·

She was charged upon arrest With a new count of harboring a fugitive, plus perjury, receiving and concealing stolen bank bonds and bond def a ult. • · Investigator s said the last

targe stemmed from her al­gedly jumping bail while await­g trial following her earlier ar­

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U.S. Drops N-p~wer,

Eyes Sun WASHINGTON (UPl) - l n a

sharp r etreat from past em· phasis on the atom, federal energy oCficials today formally abandoned the J!Uclear breeder· rea~tor as a major power source for this century and raised solar power research to unprecede.nted prominence.

Delivering a 25-year research blueprint to Congress and Presi­dent Ford, officials hastened to note that the basic energy costs in the United States are likely to double by the year 2000 no matter what technology.is developed for the future.

And Ford also cautioned that energy sufficiency is still a long way off.

The research plan prepared by the Energy R esearc h and Developme nt Adminis tration asked for a $71.4 million reduc­tion in funding next year for the controvers ial breeder.

Dr. Robert C. Seamans Jr., head of ERDA, said the fundine reduction was requested because

· the breeder program is being slowed down to allow a manage­ment reoreanization and a new aaseament of environmental im­pact.

In part, he said , more informa­tion is needed about potential medical effect of plutonium -the deadly fuel the breeder uses and produces. ·

.. Seamans noted ERDA also was

ai;king for a $63 million increase in its original $1. 7 billion budget for fiscal year 1976, with the addi­tional money going to expanded research in solar energy, coal; improved oil production, con­servation and advanced energy system.

The 11ew blueprint said the breeder, once targeted for com­mercial use no later than 1987, now probably will not become a major commercial energy pro­ducer until the early 21st century - if ever.

1t streased instead the need for an expanded range of research, including more vigorous efforts to "produce synthetic natural gas and crude oil from coal and oil shale by 1985 and to increase em­phasis on sunlight as a source of electricity by 2000.

Even the most optimistic of 1lx scenarios presented in the plan showed the United States cooti· nuing to import oil until 1995, a dehde beyond the goal set by Forci. But officials said that did not necessarily discredit Project Independence because actual lm· port levels would depend on future domestic oil and 1as dis­coveries and possible changes in U.S. lifestyles. .

The potential of solar eltttric power production has been virtually ignored in the puL But the plan said it should rank equal­ly with the breeder and nuclear fusion as one of three unproven but potentially " inexbausUble" IOUrces of enerty in the 21Jt c~n­tury.

Beach'Dmu. Huge Throngs

Nearly 150,000 people b~ in the sun on Newport Beach strands durlns A WHkend ol warm wtaUler, 1mall IUl'f and no em•lftc)' Incident.a.

Newport Beach We~ taid about •.ooo people werw at th• beach on Saturday, wi&b uotber 11,000 OD Sunday. Water t.m· peratur• roee to a .,..._ both days and the a.tr leml*'atu.re peaked lD tbe bJ,:b IOI, wtUt brtpt and 1unn>' an.noan..

Ule1uarda made N routlo• n1cuH durlnl tH two·day ,.nod. 9.arf WU oel,y about two fe.t.

WASHlNGTON (UPI) - The U.S. SUpreme Court lndlcated to­day that local ordlnancel ban­ninl topl•a dancJnt In all public plac• probably are unconstitu­Uonal.

But the justices stopped abort of pea·manently st.rildne down such a law in North Hempstead , N.Y .. boldinl inatead that two tavem ownert were not barred from aeekina to have the law declared uncoasUtulional in the federal courts so laoc as state criminal char1es were not pend· ini against them.

The unanimous decision mere­ly austained a preliminary in­junction which prevents the town from enforcing the topless or­dinance until the lower courts de­cide whether to strike down the law permanently. · Justice Wllliam H. Rehnquist

said for the couri that a disirict court was correct in finding that the North Hempstead law ban­ning topless females from " all public places" probably is un­constitutional .

But he said s uc'h a ruling was sustained only for purposes of a preliminary injunction, and that the Supreme Court was not rul­ing on the ultimate merits.

The decision means that North Hempstead can still attempt to argue the law is coostitutionaJ, although the hi&h court indicated it might later s trike down such a law permanently.

Police Verify New Seizure ·Of Sex Flicks

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Newport Beach Police today confirmed a report that the Balboa puss*cat Theater was raided again over the weekend, with vice officers taking copies ot " Deep Throat" and "The Devil in Miss Jones" for the second time.

And, police said, raids will con­tinue regularly at the theater, 709 E. Balboa Blvd. , as long as the two movies a re shown there.

Although puss*cat Tht"aters President Vincent Miranda re­ported Saturday that the raid had occurred the previous night, no one at the police station would ve rify th e claim over the weekend.

Sgt. Robert Gatewood said to­day that since he did not tile his l"eport with the watch com­mander after the 8:10 p.m. Fri­day raid , no one at the station knew about it. He said he filed the report wiih t he District At­torney 's office this morning.

Gatewood has raided the theater each lime a new X-rated bill bas been screened. He first seized copies of the current adult movies iast Monday, after view­in& them the previous Saturday and obtaining a search warrant.

Gatewood said he viewed the 'films again last Wednesday and obtained another search warrant before returning to the theater on Friday night and taking them again.

Miranda called the multiple seizures "illegal" and termed the police action "an arrogant display of lawlessness."

However, Gatewood said the multiple seizures are legal and will continue as long as the mov­ies continue. He obtained his most recent search warrant from . Superior Court Judge Byron McMillan, the judge who ruled " Deep Throat " obscene in a Buena Park case. · Miranda said his attorneys are looking into the possibility of a lawsuit to atop f urtber raids on the theater.

Suspect Held In Newport Tire Thefts

An int.ensllied Newport Beach Police patrol near the Oakwood Garden.a Apartments resulted ln the arrest of a Fresno man on char1ea of 1rand theft, police Hid today.

John Dou1l•1 Eberhart, 31, was arrested Frid1y and booked in the city jail. Police said they discovered four Porsche tlree ind wheel rl ms i n the rear of Eberhart '1 car at the Um• oft.ho arrest outside the ap1rtment complex.

Polle• p atro la n ear th• Oakwood aputmenla, at 17th Street and Irvine Aven.ue, have been ltepped up tn r~ montba due to Iara• numben of buralariff and theftl, aCCClr'dlq to police. Porsche Una ha\te h· quent.Jy been the tar-otUllnee.

Tbe lJret found wt.th tbe IUS• · pect are valued 1t "7Q. Police uJd they taa.r found a PcrMht car ln t.he parldns lot ~ up cm cinder bloeka wll.b no thw.

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Thieves Get 2Abandoned Motorcycles

A pair of Orange Coast off-trail motorcycling enthusiasts whose bikes became s tranded in rugged Cleveland National Forest ter­rain 16 days ago no longer net!d lo worry about getting them out.

Soioeone apparently using a helicopter s tole the two vehicles worth about $2,000 from a deep ravine at the base of a cliff near Los Pino s P eak ove r the weekend.

James Stov a 11 , 30, of 2507 Lehigh Place, Costa Mesa, and Alan Vega, 31, of 25771 Padua Drive, Mission Viejo, hiked into the treacherous area Sunday and found their cycles gone.

Stovall said today after Orange County Sheriff's deputies took the stolen vehicle reports that he and Vega could find no evidence the bikes were wheeled out or dismantled and carried out by backpack.

Stovall and his riding compu· nion took a wrong trail on an oul· ing 16 days ago and became trapped deep in the rocky, brush· choked area , requiring rescue by a sheri ff's team .

Two Fires in a Row Strike Mesa Garage

A second suspicious fire within three· hours struck a Costa Mesa home shortly before midnight Sunday, causing an estimated $11,000 damage to an attached garage and contents.

Fire Department Battalion Chief Robert McClelland said the blaze whi c h was vi s ible throughout the downtown area is extremely s us pic ious since it followed the first one.

No cause.was immediately de­termined for the fire which gutted the garage portion of the home occupied by Jill Shapiro, 27, of 1593 Santa Ana Ave., ac· cording to firemen .

The attached residence, owned by her father, Solomon Shapiro, sustained no damage but only because of quick response by the Costa Mesa Fire Department.

A neighbor, Sonney Mergen­thaler , of 309 E . 16th Place, was first to notice the fire and call in an alarm.

" They pol.lid see the fl ames when they left the station on Ro c h e ster Street ," Chi ef McClelland said of firemen who responded to the blaze.

He said firemen had been to the same address about three hou.n; earlier in response to a fire in the back ya rd and ext­inguished that before it caused any appreciable damage.

Gasoline had been sprinkled in a trail between trees ln the yard and then ignited, according to Chief McClelland.

Tbe two fires remained under investigation today.

Man Buried With Cycle

RICHMOND , Va. (AP) George William Holyfield told his family and friends recently that if anything ever happened to him he wanted to be buried with his motorcycle.

Holyfield 's wish was carried out when he and his cycle, a customized Harley Davidson .. chopper," were placed in the same grave at.· Forest Lawn Cemetery. He was electrocuted last week.

Daily July 1st thru July 10th. 12:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Westcliff Office only.

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These are the words of noted Graphology expert C. E. Bower. He will be at Mariners Savings to give you a Free Handwriting Analysis. You could find the "Real You" just by writing a simple sentence. It 's a pleasant experience and could be helpful.

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Do you know bow to UM UM tax advaatafea of the I per­cent U.S. sav.ln11 boads to et1eate 1 lu·fnMi educaUoa fund for 10W' children! ·

Or how to ute Uie tax benefits Of these fM mlUar "E'' bonds to create a tax· --.--------break reUrement fund ror YOW"lelf?

Or how to ·• freeze" yourtelt into a rel'Ular savings program tnd thUJ force yourseJI to build a nest egg?

To the surprise of U.S. Treasury officlala. E bond sales this year are al their highest sin~ World War JI. And at the aame time, cHh·lns olthe bonds are downs percttnl from a year ago. The explanaUoos aren't difficult to find.

Backed by the U.S. iovemment, savings bonds rank amooe the safest investments iJ\ existence. As the rate of in­Oation recedes , the attractiveness or a 6 percent return on so high quality a security increases.

BUT ARE YOU US.ING the bonds you buy to your Ut· m08t advantage? Quite possibly you are not.

The tact that you need not report the interest you re· ceive on E bonds until you cash in the bonds is the key and vital lax benefit lot you - and you can increase these tax savings when you buy the bonds as gifts for your children.

Let's say you're saving for y,0ur child 's education. Buy the E bonds in your child's name and designate yourself as the beneficiary, not the cO.owner. '

At the end o! the (ll'St year, file a federal income tax re· tum iri your child's name and, on the return, state that your child elects to report the interest annually. Then list the in· crease ln the value of the bonds as bis or her income. This establishes your child's " latent" and you need rue no Curt.her returns as long as the interest on the bonds plus your child's other investment income is less than $1-50 a year. (Be sure you keep a copy of the tax return to prove '1intent, '')

THVS, WHEN YOUR child cashes the bonds to meet the costs bf college, all accrued interest orYthe bonds will be free from federal income tax. And the interest also is ex· empt from all state ~ local income taxes and personal ltfoperty taxes . · · Or you might buy the bonds in the child's name, with yourself as beneficiary, and not file a federal incdme tax re· tum until your child starts college and begins to cash in the bonds for educart<*lal expenses. Your child then would file a lax return each year and report the full amount of interest OD the redeemed bonds as income.

No income tax would be due if your child 's investment. income was less than $750 a year. If your child had addi· tional " earned income," your child 's lax-free income could rise to $2,050.

1 Or let's say you're buying E bonds "regularly during yb'ur current working years to cash in at retirement. lostead, at retirement, exchange your E bonds for H bonds, which pay you interest semi-annually by Treasury check. The accumulated interest on your E bonds can be applied to purchase of your H bonds a~ you have the privilege of de· fening your tax liability on your E bond interest until you ca,sh in your H bonds, or they reach maturity. ~ Thus, the tax money you still owe on your E bond in·

i.-est enables you to earn more money in H bond interest.

OR LET'S SAY YOV want to " freeze'.' yourself into a regular Silvings program. The easiest, soundest way is to atthorize your employer to make regular small deductions Ctpm your paycheck. This systematic, automatic method ol

alving freezes you in, removes the money from your ycheck before you gel your hands on.it, is the " magic"

w 'ch builds savings of hundreds of doUars a year out of a r~ dollars pul aside regularly every week.

And as Gabriel Hauge, chairman of the Manufacturers 1'anover Trust Co. or New York and chairman of 1975's com· rQittee of 61 business leaders working to enroll 2,400,000 of us in.the payroll savings plan this year, so wisely observes :

"No matter how competitive other rates become at times, 6 percent of something is clearly better than 8 per· cent of nothing. And the regularity of payroll savings is the 'heart' of the program."

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