Independent from Long Beach, California on March 24, 1976 · Page 27
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 27

Long Beach, California
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Wednesday, March 24, 1976
Page 27
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l)OM\ELL CULPEPPER Sportsmen's Show opens next week After a succession of winter sports, recreational vehicles and boats in various shows, one would think lhat the limit had been reached. But (hat's just not so with H. Werner Buck's 31st Los AngeJes Sportsmen's Vacation, Travel and RV Show which opens for a 10-day run at the Los Angeles Convention Center on Friday, April 11. This is (he granddaddy of all the shows. Coming at a time when men, women and kids are thinking of fishing, camping, boating, backpacking and other participating outdoor sports, the Sportsmen's Show, as we prefer to call it, always packs 'em in for one final look af what to do and where to go this spring, (he summer and then the fall. For the first lime, Buck's show Is overflowing the Convention Center. The Parade of Outdoor Champions will be held this year is the patio section of the Convention Center. That Is outside the building in the northeast lot of Ihe enormous grounds. Parking, as usual, will be beneath the building. Holding the event outdoors will be like old times at the Pan-Pacific Auditorium on Beverly Boulevard where the show was staged for many years. The Sportsmen's Show falls roughly into five categories: 1--travel and vacation resorts, 2--recreational vehicles of all kinds, 3--recreational vehicle accessories 4--camping and outdoor equipment and 5--fishing gear. Tackle Row will be (he center ring with most major manufacturers exhibiting their products. SPEAKING OF PLACES TO GO, the 1976 Rand McNally Road Atlas coveting the U.S., Canada and Mexico is on sale at book stores now at $3.95 in paper cover and it is updated to show the thousands of highway, town and other changes that occur each year. This oversize Road Atlas has become a bible for travelers, particularly in modern times when service station maps are difficult to find. The Rand McNqlly Atlas, edited by Paul Tiddens, also is available in a deluxe edition with simulated leather cover and in a gilt edition with a vinyl cover that folds over and snaps for convenient carrying in an automobile. There arc special map and text sections with helpful travel Information on both the U.S. Bicentennial and the summer Olympics in Montreal. There Is one pictorial map of the original colonies and an index of the Bicentennial points of. interest, all keyed to the state maps, plus helpful planning hints for trips of highway travelers to the East Coast. There is a history of the Olympic Games, a schedule of the games and a Montreal district map pinpointing the location of Olympic facilities and the events taking place at each one. There are 188 city-metro area maps, 28 National Park areas, inter-city mileages, driving times and even telephone area codes. We have studied the map thoroughly and it's the best way to gel around. " PLACES WED LIKE TO GO: Stu Apte, a young angler whom I like lo list as a friend and who rose from a kid fishing the flats off Florida to a world-renowned big-game fisherman and guide, has finally done what he said that'he hoped to do--write a book. It's a small paperback, but Stu's Fishing in the Florida Keys and Flamingo ($2.99, just released by Windward Publishing, Inc., P.O. Box 370233, Miami, Fla. 33137, is a little gem about great fishing in Florida waters. Slu holds more than 20 world records so he should know something about where and how lo catch Ihe big ones. The book is well illustrated with photographs taken by Stu and his wife, Bernice. S. Kip Farrington Jr. is certainly no newcomer in the book field. His newest-I believe that it's his 25lh-ls Labrtdtr Retriever, Frietd and Worker (Hastings House, $12.50). It's also one of his greatest, at least for any dog lover, owner, handler or even a watcrfowler who may not own a dog. The first and one of the most remarkable chapters in (he book concerns John M. Olin's King Buck, without a doubt the greatest all-round, all-time Labrador, who defeated sipp distemper before earning that (itle. King Buck, incidentally, is the only dog ever used on a federal duck stamp. For people who love dogs of any breed, Farrington's book should be one of the most interesting and entertaining of any on the mai ket today. HARSHMAN ^ know I'm capable,' but . . . TOP COACH Arlene's career over tem a«eh, dm.. Wed., M^h », iw INDEPENDENT (AM) JRESS-TEL6GRAM (PMJ-C? SEATTLE (APV-The U n i v e r s i t y ot Washington's Marv Harshman has been selected District 8 coach of the year by the N a t i o n a l Association of Basketball Coaches. Harshman, who guided the unbeaten United States team to a Gold Medal in the 1975 Pan American G a m e s , coached the Huskies to a 22-6 season. Washington finished fourth in the Pacific-* Conference and made its first appearance in the National Coll e g i a t e Athletic Association t o u r n a m e n t in 23 years. The e i g h t h district includes the W e s t Coast, Alaska and Hawaii. Arlone Hiss, the (irsl woman to drive in a USAC race, said Tuesday she made the mistakes of a rookie in the competition and then said her team was withdrawing from future competition. M r s . H i s s s a i d she hoped to get a license to drive in stock car races in the future, and said her withdrawal f r o m c h a m - pionship r a c i n g was because of a lack of funds. « STA-CTS QUERN'S WHARF- M pai.wiRcrs m I S-ul caurfil i lwrrf\Ma. V rock fish, 3 S3 ad bus BKLMONT PIER- U and PR on I ^5EAL BKAClf- C M ' ar^lors · « 1 "We m a d e some mistakes," she said. "Show me a rookie who hasn't. I made the first error by asking my crew not to show me my lap times. "As a result, I was not aware how my speed was slipping. I had a feeling I was pacing at one speed and I wasn't. "1 know I'm capable of competitive needs, I've done it. I had a lot of things on my mind and 1 wanted to stay out of trouble." Mrs. Hiss, 35, a dance teacher at Fullerton High, made her comments at the regular meeting of the Southern California Sports Broadcasters Association. Pancho Carter, who finished second to Bobby Unser, appeared on the same program with Mrs. Hiss and said he though! her driving bothered him at two limes during the Phoenix race. GRAND PRIX -- REPORTS -5:45 P.M. KFOX 1280 "Your Country" PSA flies to San Francisco 3 times a day (from Long Beach). __ PUBLIC NOTICE lUSl nCTTTTOUS BUSINESS SAME STATEMENT H-1 It* Tb* foHovtoE ptr»cc ii i "STAR FLEET ENTERPRISES, INC." landl -THE STAR TRFK ST08B 11 2% TV SurilefL Command Corponlxxij i CilL'txTiit corpora boo. 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