Independent from Long Beach, California on January 24, 1975 · Page 20
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Long Beach, California
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Friday, January 24, 1975
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ITJAM) thiand Events Palm Springs rodeo tops list by American Indian artists; 10 s.m.-4:30 p.m., through Saturday, a nd 12:3M:30 p.m., Sunday* at the Fine Arts Gallery, T h e P a l m S p r i n g s Mounted Police Rodeo of Sijjrs and Pasadena's Baj-bershopper S p e c t a c u- · laptop this list of activities.!; as compiled by the |lit(jmobile Club of South- err; California. ·jSNAHEIM: Foto West '^including new camera displays, lectures, l i v e models, photo exhibition, a free camera check-up Clinic and a photography learning center; 5 to 11 g.m. today and 11 a.m. to 1-1 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Convention Center. - BALDWIN PARK: 19th annual Anniversary Festival, includes a carnival, soccer g a m e , Mexican fiesta (and parade, at 10 a.m. Saturday, south on Main Avenue from Los Angeles Street); various times, at Morgan Park, Baldwin Park and Ramona Blvds., through Sunday. BUENA PARK: Winter Holiday Magic Show; 2, 5 and 8 p.m. Saturday and 3, 5 and 7 p.m. Sunday, K n o t t ' s B e r r y F a r m , through Feb. 0. COMMERCE (Los Angeles County): Vocational Education Show, with authorized business representatives a v a i l a b l e to counsel students in pros p e c t i v e job opportunities; 9 a.m.-lfl p . m . M o n d a y through F r i d a y , n o o n - 1 0 p . m . SALE SALE IBMs RECONDITION! 139 SOLD NEW $450 FULLY GUARANTEED STANDARDS OR EXECUTIVES NEW MARCHANT rename cue. %, MEMORY, ADD MODE MUCH, MUCH MORE LOCAL SERVICE 169 BUmUCMCUtD . MASTER CHARGE EVEN LESS WITH TRADE-IN · EASY TERMS · "TYPEWRITER CITY" 219 East Broadway · HE 7-0586 FREE MJWWfi M REAR - V. BLOCK WEST OF LI. BLVD. Saturday and Sunday except Feb. 9 when hours arc noon through 7 p.m. u a t the Great Western Exhibit Center, 2120 Eastern Ave. Jan. 31-Feb. 9. H O L T V I L L E : 28th a n n u a l Imperial Valley Carrot Festival, including a carnival, horse show/ gymkhana, carrot recipe contest, treasure h u n t , tractor pull, animal exhibit (and a parade at 1 p.m., t h r o u g h downtosvn Holtville, Feb. 1); various times/places, S a t u r d a y through Feb. 2. L A K E W O O D : 30th annual Long Beach Barbershop Harmony Show; 8 p.m., in the Lakewood High School auditorium, 4400 B r i e r c r e s t A v e . , Saturday. LOS ANGELES: 28th annual International Folk Dance Festival, featuring dances, ceremonials and r i t u a l s f r o m f i v e c o n t i - nents; 8 p . m . , at the M u s i c Center, Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Saturday. 52nd annual Auto Show of S o u t h e r n California, featuring 1975 models of domestic and imported p a s s e n g e r a n d sports cars, trucks, campers and commercial vehicles at the Sports Arena, Saturday to Feb. 2. "The Orion Star Factory," a planetarium show, a t t h e G r i f f i t h P a r k P l a n e t a r i u m , t h r o u g h Feb. 16. PSI Search, featuring scientific findings fr'om p a r a p s y c h o l o g i c a l research; 10 a.m.-5 p.m., at the California Museum of Science and Industry, Exposition P a r k , J a n . 31 through March 2. MARINA DEL R E Y : 3rd Biennial Del Key to 19-INOH SOLID STATE TRINITRON COLOR TV · One Gun/One Lens · 19-Inch Diagonal Measure « One Button Control for Automatic Fine Tuning · Earphone included for Personal Viewing · 100% All Solid State mim DIGITAL SONY CLOCK RADIO Rich , C M and AM Sound DOOUY'S COMPLETE LINE OF SONY RADIOS TV'SI GOtce of w-oking 'o rodio or buzzer Snooze Bar a'lows on extra inooze before olorm goe* off o second lime S'erp Timer turns set off automatically Alarm love' volume control IN OUR MAJOR APPLIANCE BUILDING P u c r t a Vallarta Y a c h t Race, (1,125 miles), noon, Del Rey Yacht Club, 13900 Palawan Way, Feb. 1. OCEANSIDE: S q u a r e Dance Jamboree, JO a.m.- 11 ' p . m . , at the C o n v e n t i o n - C o m m u n i t y Center, 400 N. The Strand, Feb. 1 and 2. PALM SPRINGS: 35th a n n u a l P a l m S p r i n g s Mounted Police Rodeo of S t a r s , including d a i l y r o d e o s , a Lions C l u b breakfast (Saturday) and a parade (10 a.m. Saturday along Palm Canyon Dr.; 2 p.m., at P a l m Springs High School football field, Saturday and Sunday). '-'Home A w a y f r o m Home," s e c o n d in the "America" series by Alistair Cooke, showing English settlements in various areas; 8 p.m., Tuesday at the Palm Springs Desert Museum auditorium. PASADENA: Barbers h o p p e r s Spectacular, featuring a Far Western d i s t r i c t championship quartet, three out-of-state g r o u p s and a 250-man chorus; 8 p.m., at the Civic Auditorium, 300 E. Green St., today. POMONA: 14th annual Whittier Lions Club Horse Show,, an a l l - A r a b i a n show featuring h a l t e r , b r e e d i n g and performance classes; the'County F a i r g r o u n d s , today through Saturday. - SAN BERNARDINO. 20th annual San Bernardino Custom Car, Rod and Motorcycle Show, including dragsters, hot rods, custom and sports cars plus motorcycles; 6 p.m.- midnight, Jan. 31 to Feb. 1 and noon to 8 p.m., Feb. 2, at the National Orange Show Grounds, Mill and "E;sts. ' . SAN DIEGO: "Indian Art of the Americas," a national traveling exhibit Collision with E SANTA AN A ·..·Decorat- ive Arts , of West Africa, including baskets, containers, textiles, costumes and jewelry; various times, at the Bowers Mu- seum, 2002 N, ; through Feb. 2. ti SANTA BARBARA: ;· Carpinteria Riding Club Horse Show;,9 J a.m.-Tuesday at Parks Foundation Equestrian Park Arena. 4400 Calle Real. , SANTA MONICA: American .Indian Show, including Indian a r t , * crafts, jewelry, nigs and Main St., 'authentic ceremonial dances; various times, at:, the Civic Auditorium, today through Jan. 26. ;; WESTWOOD: "Making' 1 If Alone," a weekend^ course for single parents;., 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m| .ati- Dpdd Hall, Room1147,* University of California'at; Los Angeles, Jan. 25-26. djiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiii'1"" 11111111 ^ IN LONG BEACH SAVINGS ARE NOW . FEDERALLY INSURED UP TO $40,000 INTEREST COMPOUNDED DAILY NEW CERTIFICATE RATES 61/2% 73/4% ONE YEAR SIX YEAR $1,000 Minimum $1,000 Minimum And Other Savings Plans ·Call our office for details I EARNINGS PAID 4 TIMES A YEAR hydrofoil kills gray whale SAN DIEGO (AP) - A g r a y whale killed in a collision w i t h a Coast Guard hydrofoil boat with 10 men aboard was found floating inside San Diego Bay Thursday. The tail of the 30-foot migrating whale w a s : a l most severed, and a fin was cut badly. Its body was l a t e r towed 40 miles to sea by a Coast Guard cutter. · Funds received by the 10th of any month earn from the first of the month. Funds ·received after the )0th earn from the date of receipt. Funds e.arn from day of ·deposit to day of withdrawal on passbook accounts. = FREE Safe Deposit Box Travelers'Checks/Notary Public Service = E Money Orders and Note Collection Service with $1000 Minimum Balance = FIRST SAVINGS '.-.... pf.lpNG BEACH ' ' ' ' ,;·"··' "' ':";'.' 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