The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California on July 29, 1971 · Page 208
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MODERN HOME of a Bob' Big Boy restaurant. Compare it to ons of tha chain's original diners at pictured at bottom of next page. Progress, yes? Fishing: Fun for Everyone dious, demanding, perfec- Fishing can be difficult or simple, it can lie exciting or ordinary. It can be easy or rigorous and it can bs cheap or expensive. For tha inquisitive, stu- tionist-type angler there is fly fishing for hard-to-catch brown trout in swift flowing, crystal clear streams. Wiei care meaqs so mucti Care means so much at Rose Hills. It has inspired the beaut of the world's most naturally beautiful memorial park... created the convenience of every needed service at one place. ..and provided the comfort of sympathetic, experienced counselors. At time of need, care means so much at Rose Hills. ROSE HILLS MORTUARY.. .CEMETERY 3900 Workman Mill Road. ..Conveniently Just South of the Intersection of the Pomona & 605 Freeways Whittier, California OXford 9-0921. So much morejcosts no more HOtrWIir- OtUTBKY-PWWEHi shops CHAPELS UMJiOUUMS qoluuba rwu Such fishing demands not only that the fisherman be a skilled caster, but he must be at least an a ni a t e u r entomologist knowledgeable of the in-sects trout feed on, otherwise his selection of artificial flies will be wrong. For thg angler who wants his fishing to be utterly relaxing, requiring little if any application, there's fishing for panfish such as bluegills and crap-pies or, still better, bank fishing for carp or catfish. Such fishing does not take much skill and about all the fisherman need do is dunk his bait in the water. The fish will come and chances are they'll take the hook. The fisherman who wants exciting angling lots of action, with high-jumping, 1 o n g - running, tough-fighting fish can find it with tarpon or snook, sailfish or marlin, bonefish or bass. J HONDA us Sal tSt off M MeteMtft i now naif tot jMmftfjMt tVlvtry AN3 sei us in lit link tew W MenM Dutrt r'iity tj nuehmK " froS.?t RICfi MOTOR CO. Vm Garvey S fl MonM In MrtjBhW', lf ! Hondfl PwUr 10001 Gam El Mont K or cal443ML Bob's Home of 'Big Boy7 Burger Bob's is the home of "Big Boy," the original double-deck hamburger. The company's founder, Robert C. Vian, decided to make a career of the restaurant business while still in high school. I'pon graduation he went to work in a restaurant to get experience. In 1936 Bob Wian's dream materialized in the form of an old diner on the main street of his home town, Glendale. The price was $300 and, in order to raise it, Bob sold his most prized possession his car. Along with this sacrifice went a 16 hour, seven-day work week. It was in those early days that Bob's philosophy of operating a restaurant crystallized, he says. Serve the best quality food, at moderate prices, in spotless surroundings, with courtesy and hospitality. This philosophy has never varied and is greatly responsible for the multi-million dollar enterprise that is Bob's today, according to Wian. One evening members of an orchestra stopped in and asked for something different than just a plain hamburger. Thinking for a moment, Bob sliced a bun twice to accommodate two patties of beef. He applied his special relish and fresh mayonnaise, added crisp lettuce, a slice of cheese and presented his innovation for approval. The response was immediate and, as now known, enduring. At present there are ; more than 600 franchlsed Big Boy restaurants locat- j ed in 40 states and Canada. In addition there are over j 50 Bob's Big Boy Family j Restaurants in Southern California. Bob's also has a retail food division which makes i some of the same quality : food served in Bob's res- ; taurants available for ' home use. Lose Weight Without Willpower Without Tortuous Diets Without Pills Without Upset Nerves Without Gyms or Mechanical Devices M A newly paved road to weight reduc- ; tion through the technique of Sub-: conscious Un-learning. You have)! learned to overeat and now you can retrain your subconscious not to over . respond to food. ; FREE LECTURE THURSDAY. JULY 29, 10 A.M. and 7 P.M. Conducted by Howard Ft. Loy. Nationally Known Pioneer in Subconscious Teaching Security Building, Suite 400 102 N. BRAND BLVD., GLENDALE WEEKEND "FUN SALE" "GAY 90 s" SWIMSUITS So iilftrent. Si attractive. Ttese novelty riter costumes an sure to add ta the excitement and lesthri air at pool and beacB parties. Brilliantly striped knit materials . . . small, median and laije sires. Send lor complete list af iviilibli styles lor men, women and childrea. " '11 " INFLATABLE POOL TOYS MANY GIANT SIZE also POOL GAMES DUNE IN STOCK NOW ' CABT More Fun in The Sun! ftiynC Charmglow BAR-B-QUES 'Chef's Choke" Post, Pali Bast or PotiabU Modclj -Choict of 12 BS7 wr GAS OUTDOOR Appliances Master Charge BanlcAmericard OPEN FRIDAY NITES 'TIL 9:00 San Gabriel Volley LOS ANOELES TIMES rhmtdoy, w ii; 1971 PAOI EIGHTffN

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