6-10-INMPENDENT (AM) PKES5-TEIEGRAM (PM) UM BÂ«Â«IÂ», cÂ»ii Pool table taking up too much room? A Classified Ad will find a buyer fast. HE 2-5959 Summaries of Secret Witness cases Tlic I n d e p e n d e n t , Press-Telegram's Secret Witness program has resulted in the arrest of 65 criminal suspects and fugitives f r o m justice since the program was inaugurated on June 10, 1072, with rewards totaling $-13,000 paid or committed on conviction of suspects wailing trial. A d d i t i o n a l r e w a r d money available for informants is specified in the case list below, one of the v a r y i n g summaries of Secret Witness Sofa Super Markets LONG BEACH ; 2900 E. Anaheim 438-1137 N. HOllYWOOD 5252 LanlKf-diim 7664338 HAWTHOUNt 13927 HowlHorwBI. 679-9221 LOS ANGELES 2720 E. Olympic Blvd. 261 -51 26 SOUTH GATE 3948 Tweedy Bl. . 567-1483 ALHAMB8A 117 E. Main 282-9179 7,137110: Please c a l l Secret Witness in connection with the information contained in your letter on dealer. cases printed in the Inde- peiKient and Press- Teleyrnin each Sunday and Thursday. Kewanls also will be p a i d f o r information leading to the arrest ami conviction of suspects in any other major criminal cases, w h e t h e r covered in these snm- mai'ics or not, and for the apprehension of fugitives from justice. These rewards w i l l v a r y in a m o u n t , deluding on tho seriousness of the offense. Rewards in all cases. whether or not prcvious- ly published, will remain in effect until such cases are closed or until notification in these pages that the reward has been withdrawn. To ensure eligibility for rewards, informants m u s t channel all inform a t i o n D I R E C T L Y through Secret Witness -- that is, to notify Secret Witness FIRST cither by calling the special Secret Witness number or by writing in care of the special Secret Witness post-office box. T o d a y ' s summaries follow: -- R e w a r d s totaling $7,000, including $2,000 guaranteed by Secret Witness and $5,000 pledged by the Long Beach Police Association, arc offered for information leading tn the arrest and murder conviction of the killer of Long Beach no tic-e officer Franke Ncal l-ewis, shot to death at 2:30 a.m. on Dec. M, 1975, when he approached a car parked in the (1300 block on Cantel Street to investigate a disturbance. -- R e w a r d s totaling $2.500, including $2,000 guaranteed by Secret Witness and $500 pledged by the Hcllflower Education Association, will be paid for information leading to (he arrest and murder conviction of the slayer of Joseph Clark Boll, 11-year-old Bell- f l o w e r H i g h School teacher, who was shot to death as he was returning to his home at fiOSI Whitewood Ave. in l,akc- wood at 5:30 p.m. on Nov. 31, 1S75. -- A $2,000 reward will Iw paid for information leading to the arrest and murder conviction of the k i l l e r of I G - y c a r - o t d W e n d y B l a n e h a r d of Santa Monica, whose partly nude and bludgeoned body was found on the morning of Jan. 7, 1976, on a sidewalk near 172 W. Coldcn Ave. in South Us Angeles. She was last seen alive at 11:25 p.m. on Jan. fi at the Greyhound bus stat i o n in Long B e a c h , where she was talking wilh a tall, thinly built young black man. -- A $2,000 reward is offered for information leading lo the arrest and murder conviction of I he street robber who fatally i n j u r e d 87-year-old U'lura McCiill of Long iicacli when he knocked her down and fled with her purse at Cedar Ave- Of all filter kings: lower nuc and Seventh Street at 0:45 p.m. on Jan. ID, 197G. --A $2,000 reward is offered for information leading to the arrest and murder conviction of the slayer of John Miner, 57, who died Nov. 13, 1915, of injuries suffered when he was struck on the head by a holdup man who forced his way into the victim's apartment at 1121 E. Third St. at 2:20 a.m. on Oct. 19, 1975. ' - A $-2,000 reward will he paid for information leading to the arrest and murder conviction of the killer of Robert George Zciger, 18^'car-old clerk who was shot down and killed w i t h a shotgun blast during a holdup at the Red Carpet Liquor Store, 5 Alamitos Ave., late oh Oct. 13, 1975. --A $2,000 reward will be paid for information leading to the arrest and murder conviction of the k i l l e r of 30-year-old Bernadine Ix?wis of Anaheim, last seen alive at -1 p.m. Jan. 30, 1975, when she left a bar at 2299 E. Anaheim SI. in Long Beach with a neatly dressed man about 35. Her nude and battered body was found in a frash can in Venice three weeks later. The man sought for questioning is described as about 5 feet 10 inches, 180 pounds, with dark, curly hair. He speaks French as a second language and is believed to be from Canada. -A $1,000 reward is offered for information leading to the arrest and manslaughter conviction of the hit-run driver who struck and killed Marie Martha Gucrra, 80, at H a w t h o r n e Boulevard nnd 178th Street in Tor- nmce at 2:50 a.m. on Oct. 2, 1075. The driver Look at the latest U.S. Government figures for other top brands that call themselves "low "in tar. tar, mg/cig. Brand D (Fitter) Brand V (filter) 1J__ Brand T( Menthol fl1 _ " B rand V ( Men thoinj" Brand! (Filter)""" 11 _ Carlton Filter *2 Carlton Menthol *2 Carlton 70's (lowest of all brands)-^1 mg. tar, 0.1 mg. nicotine Â·Av. per cigarette by FTC method nicotine, mg/cig. T.O""' 1.0 "'6.7' 0.6 ""0.7 "_ ""0.6" 0.2 0.2 Carlton Filter 2mg. Carlton Menthol 2mg. No wonder Carlton is fastest growing of the top 25. Warning: The Surgeon General Has Determined That Cigarette Smoking Is Dangerous to Your Health of the sports car, a Triumph with a yellow body and black convertible tnp, was described as a white man about 30, 5 feet 8, about 160 pounds, with short brown curly h a i r , bushy mustache and wire-frame glasses. -A $2,000 reward will be paid lor information leading lo the arrest and murder conviction of the killer of 37-year-old Tom Littlcbear, of Carson, found shot to death in his car parked in the 22400 block on S. Avalon Boulevard in Carson on the afternoon of June 4, 1975. --A $500 reward will be paid for information leading lo the arrest and robbery conviction of any of the youths responsible (or two robbery at- t a c k s on Independent, Press-Telegram distributor Richard F. Broderick, both occurring at a newspaper rack at 20th Street and Atlantic Avenue, the first al 1:10 a.m. on May 29, 1975, and the second at 5:25 a.m. on June 11, How to become a Secret Witness li!iÂ£-r.=r.d Vcrit-ci 2 mr. ' \j". 0 ? HI Secret Witness seeks information from the public leading lo the capture of fugitives and the arrest and conviction of c r i m i - nals. For this purpose a guaranteed fund of $100.000 has been established by the Independent, Press-Telegram lo be used for rewards of varying amounts. Thl* it bow tb* toil pay* jf your "S*erÂ»t WlhiMi" 1*1- tor ihoold look cdt*r you bar* or pctatvd roar Information about a crlm*. BO MOT SIGH YOOR HAKE. Imuod. Â·!Â·* a cod. lor f , am LODQ as It'* Dot four awn . . . .and plac* It and a code numbvr at to* boHoax ol youi l*tt*r. TaÂ« cod* numb*r houjd combln* lbi*Â« l*tt*ft ind tbr*Â« numb*fÂ« La any combination. TÂ«ar ott and k*Â«p a com*] of tb* laÂ«t pag*. w11 ** *** iam* cod* nam* and numb*i in It. Kail rout l*tt*r lo "S*- crÂ»l Wllnxi." P.O. Bon Â»7 Long B*ach. 90801 GÂ«org* A1W-C3 Identities of informants will be kept secret. You \rill be paid a re"-ward if the information^ you give Secret WitnesS* results in the arrest arid'! conviction of a criminal 6r- Ihe capture of a fugitive in^ cases publicized in t h i s ' column. Rewards also w.HT' be paid for information ~ given to Secret Witness resulting in arrests and convictions, or the capture of . fugitives, in cases nol pub-" lished in Secret Witness. To contact Secret Witness, telephone 436-2526 from 8 a.m. to midnight on Â· weekdays, or from 3 p m . - ' to It p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Do NOT gjve us Â· ' your name. Or write lo: Secret Witness, P.O. Box 67, Long Beach, Calif.' Â· 90801. Place a Classified Ad to sell no-longer-needed, sporting equipment! HE 25959 SAVE $1.20 ON SMIRNOFF HALF- GALLONS Knr ,1 limited lime rnly, SlitiO half gallons of 80-proolSrairnoffarc M - l i i n i j f o r S l l . ' i a A s.nini;s of $1.20 per bnt'lr- Wbh you i'3n Â»iicly invest in orange juice, vermouth, tom.iio j u i f o . soft drinks, l e m n n juice. Snap r^Tnm.' hcef rxiuillon tir a n v of t h e o t h e r ^nod thintpÂ» Smirnoff mivs SM ilchriousiv w i i h . 80 proof half-gallons only$lL40 during March and April 4^ S | | leaves you breathless.
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