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Chula Vista Star-News from Chula Vista, California • Page 9

Chula Vista, California
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From Poundmaster toClownMnThreeM Chula Vista, California, Thursday, September 20. 1 962 ft I HlilMinTp" 1 t.X4Wi .7 p- I if if if 1 1 1,1 0 'iff tni- EMERGING as Noil, the clown, Spice presents the face that's made him famous both in circuses and in South Bay performances. He loves to enter-, tain children and adults with his antics, and will be featured in Chula Vista's Fiesta de la Luna Parade Sunday and other Fiesta activities. CHULA VISTA'S friendly Poundmaster Jim Spice, draws on a big, down-turned mouth in the first step toward becoming Noil, the sad-faced clown. He gave the demonstration for children at Chula Vista Library.

WHITE GREASE PAINT comes next in the transformation. He's added black paint for whiskers and eye makeup. Next comes a big red nose, tosseled hair and a hat. He's facing a portable makeup kit. Kiwanis to Start Travel Film Series the Grand Canyon," Nov.

10; Capt. Irving Johnson, "The Yankee Sails Across Europe," Dec. Stan Midgley, "Jeep Trails Through Utah," Jan. 12; Curtis Nagel, "Road to Manda-lay," Feb. 9, and- Carl H.

Thomsen, "Austria Waltzes The Chula Vista Kiwanis Club will present its third season of travel and adventure films in the Hilltop High Kiwanis member. Films and their narrators are Don Cooper, "Alaskan in Guatemala," Oct. 13; Bill Beer, "Dangerous Journey Through Oct. 13 at 7:30 p.m. Six films will be shown, one each month, through March.

Season tickets or information may be obtained from any The controversial "24-hour dise if 'they remain south of the border fewer than 24 U.S.-Mexican relations. With lifting of the restriC' rule" restricting imports from Baia California will be dead Again," March 9. School Auditorium beginning hours. tion, Americans will be able to import $100 worth of mer 30 days from now. The regulation was intended to protect U.S.

businesses from lower prices in the Baja California "free zone." However, its opponents argued that it is no longer needed, and asserted that it damaged U.S.-Mexican relations, particularly since statistics show that Baja Californians The Chula Vista and San Diego Chambers of Commerce and other county business1 groups had sought lifting of That appeared certain this week as the Treasury Dept. in chandise duty-free from Baja California within any 30-day period the same regulation applying to imports from oth Washington took its first of the trade barrier to improve er countries. ficial step to eliminate the 23-year-old prohibition, against Americans bringing back more The Treasury first I ifl i ii a if if) I than $10 irt duty-free merchan- spend more money in the U.S. than Americans do in Baja International Night Set at Plaza Bowl The Sun Harbor Toastmas- step consisted of directing the Customs Service to publish a legal notice of intent to drop California. Lifting of the restriction, it Scouts Launching the 24-hour regulation; This gives objectors a chance to is hoped, will increase spend protest.

Then, within 30 days, ters Club will hold International Night Tuesday at 6:30 p.m., in the VIP room of Plaza Bowl, National City. itinq Drive unless the Treasury Dept. ing by American tourists in Baja California and consequently give, Baja Californians changes its mind, the restriction will be automatically re Seventeen guests represent more money to spend in the A call for Scouts and leaders ing nine foreign nations will voked. U.S. went out this, week from Gar ence J.

Foster scoutmaster of attend. H. D. McCrorey of 50 E. I Chula Vista, will be tabletopies master and J.

S. Moniz of Chula Vista and K.i Chula Vista Boy Scout Troop 897. Foster said the scouts are M. Miller of National City will be speakers. conducting a fall roundup to Sewage Tour F.

James Bear of National Citv will tour the Metropoli iii enlist new, boys and girls and reactivate those who; have dropped out or moved. He said adults also axe needed for supervision. Foster said more information can be obtained from scout headquarters in San Diego or Neighborhood Scout Commissioner Don Emory. 'IV tan sewerage system Satur BROADWAY AT ST. day with other members of the San Dieeo Regional Water Pol II BROADWAY UHIViliVXXiW II AT ST.

lution Control Board to see construction progress. WHAT'S BETTER This Wekk Celebrating Our 1st ANNIVERSARY During our FIRST ANNIVERSARY Celebration Week is an excellent time to familiarize yourself with the advantages of Saving or borrowing from FIRST FEDERAL'S conveniently located Chula Vista Office which now has nearly 1500 Savings Accounts and is serving in excess of four million dollars worth of Loans in the South Bay Area Your patronage will be appreciated and you are assured efficient, friendly and "personalized" service. HOM OANS IMPROVEMEN LOA than having What should you expect from your TV Service Man -WHEN HE CALLS AT YOUR HOME acow of your own? FIRST FEDERAL pays the highest i Lr 1 V7 -y yy rate that is heing paid in the area on Insured Savings. 777 46 1. He should find the cause of your complaint and correct it so long as It is not of an electrical nature.

If the trouble Is electrical, the set needs a trip to the shop. 2. He should spend up to 30 minutes of time without charging you anything over his regular service call charge. 3. He should clean the tuner, picture tube face, and lens, if needed.

Exceptions to tills rule' are that some types of tuners require disassembly in order to repair. These are shop jobs. 4. He should inspect for other set troubles, which could cause breakdown later on. He should recommend their repair as a wise preventive measure.

WE OF THE SOUTH BAY TV ASSOCIATION BELIEVE THAT AN ETHICAL TV SERVICEMAN SHOULD PERFORM ALL OF THE ABOVE SERVICES AS A REGULAR PROCEDURE ON EVERY CALL. EARNINGS 4-TIMES-A-YEAR Atiinlit liVou InrLltll i ami Drive-up Service Window. Letting Us Take Care of "YOUR" Cow. We give her the bust of care, and milk her twice a day. Thfl milk she gives consistently wins more GOLD MEDALS than any other dairy in San Dicjro County.

No "chores" for you to do. Just drive in, order, and drive out. Yes, keeping your own cow Is a pretty good Idea. You KNOW what you are getting. Just make sure YOUR COW is at the Golden Arrow Dairy.

i 1 2 I HAROLD B. STARKEY President FRANK A. MORTON Executive Vice. President CRAIG A STARKEY Manager, tiiuia Vista Oftiee FIRST FEDERAL runi KicTA OFFICE GOLD MEDAL MILK I 'I 'H" STREET FIRST TOWN TALK WATCH THIS AD NEXT WEEK! IT'LL CONTAIN A CODE OF ETHICS SUBSCRIBED TO BY MEMBERS OF THE SOUTH BAY TV ASS N. 2 BREADS- 6 ROADWAY HAIE SHOPPING CENTER SPECIALS EFFECTIVE SEVEN FULL DAYS Golden Arrow Dairy Drive In Other FIRST FEDERAL Offices: Downtown San Diego, Fourth Avenue at Street On El C.ijon Boulevrtrd at 12nd Street In Hillcrest at Fifth and University Avenues Mission Volley Center on the M.ill.

SOUTH BAY TV ASSOCIATION CHULA VISTA, CALIF. BOX 604 3460 Highland Ave. Broadway at Jjt. I..

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