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   Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - July 31, 1968, Oakland, California                                V, 40 E iBiMrttl t Wed., July 51, 1968 HUMS t YR-4A, WU, BRG, wlrt wheels, IRS, Plrtllis. 1969 -PREVIEW-For complete Information on the all new 8 foot wide 1969 AIR5TREAM call, write or visit us The first major changes in 35 years 1969 AIRSTREAM CLOSE OUT SALE 1968's 24 root twin and 30 foot twin International still available at close out prices EL CERRITO TRAVEL CENTER 11909 San Pablo Avenue, El Cernto 235-34S2-CALL COLLECT TR 3, 1957 Roadster Sacrifice FULL PRICE FRANCHISE MOTORS TRIUMPH, mi roadster, good mechanical offer. LAndscape TR SPITFIRE-4 Convertible, 1966, excellent condition, or best offer, TR-3 1957, excellent mechanical conditon, rollbar, overdrive, needs paint, VW Over 100 Used VW's In Stock All Models Including Squarebacks Buses 2 Used Car Lots Open for Business During Strike Deal Direct with Management ELYVW 3851 E 14ih St. Oakland YOU A QUALITY BUYER? you seen America's Quality leader? if you haven't seen the all new Oasis you haven't seen the finest 1969 OASIS Truly the only travel trailer, so new we sell them as next year's model. Full fiber-glass roof, front and back; yet prices competitivs with other quality trailers 1320-22-24-26-23 FT Plus tip-out room models. EXCLUSIVE WITH AIRSTREAM AND FIREBALL EL CERRITO TRAVEL CENTER 11909 San Pablo Avenue, El Cernto 235-3482-CALL COLLECT 1960 10X45 San Leandro Will finance. 357-0694, 357-2618. 196? Lo-liner, 15 foot; used twice. Like new 235-0944. Trailers Campers No 1 in for best deal see MOSURE'S DIABLO TRAVEL CENTER 1705 Kirker Pass Rd 639 3232 1965 10x57, 2 bedrooms, 0x40 awning, cooler, low equity, San Pa-b'o. Park, 235 9386 evenings SEE SENSATIONAL Sportsmaster kit travel trailer 14-23 foot TRAILER CITY SALES 2998 No Main Street, Walnut Creek 2500 Springs Road, Vallejo VOLKSWAGEN, 1943, sunroof, radio, very qood condition, VOLKSWAGEN, 1965, cetuxe, sunroof, miles, one owner, 8x35 foot, 2 bedroom partly rurnished S1500 2336S65 VOLKSWAGEN, 1967, beige, radio, sunroof One owner, OL CERRITO SHOPPERS PARADISE DAN'S TRAILER SALES 11020 San Paolo Avenue 325-2783 B B TRAILER SALES 10636 San Pablo Avenue 526-5641 MANY NEW VAGABONDS THIRTY V.'IDE CORNELL ROYAL LANCER LANCER CRUSADER-GOLD MEDAL BRAND NEW NEWPORTS LARGE SELECTION USED TRAILERS SPACES AVAILABLE in LIVERMORE, HAYWARD. PENINSULA, and new De Luxe Tara Hills Mobile Manoi. VOLKSWAGEN, 19SS, new paint, very good condition, interior clean, SssO. VOLKSWAGEN, 1966, sunroof, immaculate. Ru.is perfect. Good tires Extras, 582 VOLKSWAGEN, 1968, transferred ovei-seas, must sell. Best otfer. Low mileage, ladio, VW DUNE BUGGY metal flake, many extras. Like new S995 6823577, VOLKSWAGEN, 1963 9 passenger bus, 1500 engine. All vinyl interior, radio, heater, white side walls, S1999 FREEWAY CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH, 682-5581, 1770 Diamond Blyd Concord Across from SUNVALLEii SHOPPING VOLKSWAGEN, 19S8 Must sell 797-3777 or VOLKSWAGEN 1965 Deluxe 2 door sedan. 4 speed transmission, radio, heater Extra sharp' Full Price S1199 down. S37 pei month. Bank Financing available. LAFAYETTE FORD 3483 Mt. Diablo Blvd Lafayette TE 6-0252 283-6296 Open Evenings 'til ViLLE LAYTON JOURNEYS TRAILER SALES 15772 HESPERIAN BLVD., San Lorenzo 276-2400 VOLKSWAGEN 19o4, 19oa 1300 engine, red. Asking SI ,100 1 7 ft. thru 23 ft. SAVE NOW On all '68 Models NELSON TRAILER SALES 14829 East 14th, San Leandro, 433-4934 VOLKSWAGEN 1959, black, good condition, firm. Evenings, 5335365 or 374-451 VOLKSWAGEN, 1963, ciean Reliable. New clutch, brakes, 531-0428. VOLKSWAGEN 1963 Sedan, excellent condition, one owner, S950 VOLKSWAGEN, 1962, convertible, red, aood condition VW BUS, 19e2; good condition. Radio, VOLKSWAGEN, 1965, Excellent condition, low mileage. Black S990 531 CLEARANCE SALE MOBILE HOMES TRAVEL TRAILERS Choose From: if UNIVERSAL if NATIONAL if GENERAL if BROADMOOR if FLEETWOOD 1, 10, 12, 20 and 24 wides New 12 Wides New Shasta Travel Trailer S895 GENERAL TRAILER SALES 15850 East 14th St., San Leandro, EL 1-6540 525 Monument Blvd., Concord. 487-7040 VOLKSWAGEN 1959 sedan, good shape, except engine needs repairs Best ofter 444-3088 VOLKSWAGEN, 1964, clean, convertible, radio, After 3, 521 VOLKSWAGEN, 1967, beige-black interior, sunroof, miles S1645 VOLKSWAGEN 1965; Porsche rims, close pattern shift, EMPI exhaust Best Offei. 783-7408 after VOLKSWAGEN 1964 KARMANN GHIA Excellent condition VOLKSWAGEN 1966 Deluxe Sedan and three other new car trade-ins to choose from WALNUT CREEK DAT5UN 1890 N Mam 939-2622 Open 'til 9 p m. i Sunday VOLKSWAGENS NEW '68s DOWN Cash or Trade plus tax and license Berkey-Lee Volkswagen 618-718 San Pablo, Albany LA VW DUNEBUGGIES and accessories Priced from S125. Open evenings from to and Saturdays. 16846 Meekland Avenue, Hayward. TRAILER, 13V4 Ft 12V Elec and Wtr. Sleeps 4, like new. Ph. 483-2943 eves VW DUNEBUGGIES THE MITE BY MATTOS COMPANY A. Kits from S120 to S250 B Kits from to Complete line of accessories This week's special, windshield frames, Limited supply. 471-4226, 31266 Veasy Street, Union Mobile Homes For Rent TRAILER RENTALS STORAGE AVAILABLE" 483-9133 TRAILERS New and used 12-17 foot, RESERVE NOW 471-1464; 582-5654. Beautiful vacation trailers. 16 and 13 foot. 537-2870. VW DUNE BUGGY BUILDER SCHOOL Do-lt-yourself Parts, assistance available. Dune Buggy bodies for sale. Nights 6-10 p m Sat 10 a m. 1 p m 2815 DEPOT RD Mobilehome Space for Rent for CAMPER, small Trailer; 1422 163th Avenue, 276-8455, 234-7573 VOLKSWAGEN, 1967 Excellent condition, new tires, going overseas S1550. Atier p m 685-8347; AVIATIOITJ VOLKSWAGEN, 1964 Sunroof Radio, heatei. Beautiful conoinon 1 year mile warranty Need reliable party to make small monthly payments. ly no cash required on credit approval. Ramsey Motors, 1900 Park St Alameda, 523-5625. Open Sundays 17 to Airplane Farts and Service VOLKSWAGEN CAMPER, Extra clean, actual miles, big r3dio 7744 East 14th, Oakland TEE HANGAR space available, sin sle and twin engine aircraft. Hayward Air Terminal, 783-3555. VW DUNEBUGGY BODIES, Also pickup bodies, S293 WcSTERN FIBERGLASS, 861 McGImcey, Campbell FOUNO VOLKSWAGEN, 1964 sedan, Lost VOLKSWAGEN 1957. Very sood condition, __ VOLKSWAGEN 1966, Green, stereo tape, take over payments 537 Hayward Reward, 254-4539 VOLKSWAGEN 1C60 black sedan Good enoine, tires, radio 3600 cash black and tan. 17 months between Bancroft, East Kth 562-0735. VOLKSWAGEN 1966, nood condition, Evenings, BROWN, year old. VOLKSWAGEN 1956, excellent condition, very clean, reasonable, Reward 536-1364 SHEPHERD part Boxer, dark red, Pev.ard, 654-1395 VOLKSWAGEN, 1965, sood tires, excellent condition. Must sell S1150. 223-6713 after BRACELET WITH COIN, Sunday, London Square Sentimental value. Substantial REWARD No questions 658-6874 VOLKSWAGEN. 19i5. white, origins! own-e: sicis maie, Oakland High Piease call 444-5967. VOLKSWAGEN 1963 Secan, sun roof, push-out wmdo.vs, Lotus white. VOLKSWAGEN, convertible, 1956, body and engine excellent Ihrouohoot, station Reward. 531-3412 tcy-mimafure; black; female; "Missy." Vicinity Mon'clair, High Iinds No collar Reward Contact Mrs Hoifman, 536-ES50 or 531-0256 VOLVO IN McKEVITT 2611 TH white, short legs, spayed. June Came home Gyosy. huqe reward1 No suestions asksd. 2C25239. VOLVO, 1545 13S, fcur dc-cr. c, radio, rsaier, condition, S1475. trais OsatE" 526-5212. t msitibs, black t-3'-, t js coi ar. vie Sist Streef-EROUS" "REWARD" LA j-VWuntif's p m LA 3-0306 evenings. Top Prices For Your VW paid for or not Cash Within 5 Minutes ElyVW Eas! '.Sf, South Shore Shoppirc Ce-'er 521-0250 RE.VARD Cat, ai'o-ed mase. Fiea cc-'lar O3na aid Reward 452 5325 J-.c '..V ov.a REWARD Jead.rg ta -etam cf 'say's emera cut diarncnd f.igsr In; Jjlj 2iK> A-.y i-fsrcnaSien TtaS- CAT, bye co'.ar, Cal State B-sa. oewari cc ma'e, "Ru- WE WILL. FAY TOP DOLLAR FOR YOUR CLEAN USED CAR. FOR OR fcOT. RICHMOND BRITISH AUTOS Szn Patio Averue El Cernfv, 527-133 VYXAK SiRO, REWARD 533 5C39. rowxJ face ero-c'ec: C.arocwJs BrawJ r-s-rve East' 1 MOBILE HOMES trsm; cr E'A'ARO. aSJ (sffal Br ARISTOCRAT TRAILERS CAWPERS fRAVELEZE TRAILERS STUTLER-S TRAILER: SALES TC2C San PaWo, El Cerrits. S25-TX2 Pn REWARD. WATCH AND RING, m Sergey sta- f OR. JuV g.fts freer, nrcth- iyt NeJscn Trailer Safes 14329 E San Leandro A-LASGE, SEtECTIOS KenskHf-Tenry-Sanfa Fe 321-Ftiii CAT, mate, biadc wrrn 55S-U13, wfiift rfiiricir.gs FOUND CAT, blacfc, ir.ai ktr.gs, chest, face, legs; probably lost for e, weftW or LAKE AREA; 452-2S4S, 354-3775 ___ TrsPsr Ss'es, San LeansJro 15910 East Kin EL l-S425MALTESc Dog, female. Found. 655-9411 Oakland Municipal Band ro Give Summer Concert A varied program of march, Edoff Memorial Bandstand in Patricia Torres, who has MANTECA FUTURE FARMER GARY POWELL GROOMS ANTIOCH FAIR PIG Yorkshire boar is junior livestock entry at Contra Cosla County Fair County Fair Opens For Five-Day Run ANTIOCH Contra Costa County's Fair Maid of 1968 will be crowned here tonight. An 8 p m beauty pageant will highlight today's opening of the County Fair for a five-day run. Seeking to succeed last year's Fair Maid, Shelly JQoepfer of Bethel Island, are these 16 contenders: Antioch Debbie Banks, 18; Domonie Books, 19; Car- lyrm Carvalho, 19; Debbie Ed- wards, 17; Sharon Looney, 17; Joan Marshall, 19: Jams Rios, 18; Sylvia Spohn, 17 (queen of the 1968 Delta and RocheUe Steele. 18. Bethel Island Peggy Monroe, 18. Brentwood Claudia Thomas, 18. Concord Michelle Ro- mine, 18 (M i s Concord o? Danville Christine Dian- da, 17 (Miss Dublin-San Ra- mon of Walnut Creek Christine Forry, 20; Suzanne Horace, 19, and Carol Soutuworth, 20 The winner will be eligible for this year's Fair Maid of California competition. She and her court of runners-up will officiate at special events during the remainder of the fair, including S u n d a y 's 1 p.m. parade, A 10 p.m. fireworks display closes t o n i g h t's program. Gates open at 6 p.m. today and tomorrow. Tomorrow's activities i n- DEEP TRAGEDY Grief May Have Killed Lady Whale REDWOOD the killer whale that gave birth to a stillborn calf July 14, died Monday night at ABC Marine WorM. She may have died of a bro- ken heart over the death of her infant, because she re- fused all food after its birth. Bradford G. Baruh, vice president and general manag- er of Marine World, said an autopsy will be performed here on the 20-foot mammal. Baruh said Michael Staf- ford, curator of mammals at the aquatic complex, and a team of veterinarians experi- enced with marine mammals din "everything possible" to induce Bonnie to eat but to no avail. Apparently it is not unusual for captive underwater mam- mals, such as dolphins, to re- fuse food after giving birth. But to the best of the experts' knowledge, no killer whale be- fore Bonnie had ever deliv- ered m captivity. Results of the autopsy prob- ably will not be known for several weeks, because of the extensive laboratory tests to be undertaken on the huge an- imal. Bonnie was captured off Bntisn Columbia last May and air-lifted to Marine World in June. Her age was not known. Matine World's other kiiler whaie, Clyde, continues to en- joy apparent good neaiili, Ba- ruh said. Mail Strike Goes On OTTAWA (AP) Negotia- tions to end Canada's 13- day-old nationwide postal strike are continuing with no break in sight. Two national business organizations called yesterday for government in- tervention if necessary to get the strikers back to work. elude the first of four horse shows and the first of three rodeos, a Mexican da" m keeping with the fair's "South or the Boiaer" theme. Daily stage shows feature Latin American entertainers. Judging of record numbers of exhibits begins tonight and continues through Saturday. Schedule ANTIOCH Here's tomor- row's schedule of events for the second day of the Contra Costa Fair: 6 p.m. Gates ope; horse show (grandstand juding of 4-H Club and Future Fanners' swine. 7 p.m '-South of the Bor- der" stage show: Art-in-Aclion demonstrations 8pm. "Charread a" (Mexican judging of 4-H C-ub dairy cattle. classical and Latin music will highlight the Oakland Munici- pal Band summer concert Sunday, p.m., at the Lakeside Park. Featured star ior the after- noon will be Mexican dancer made frequent appearances on television and other Bay Area special events. BANKAMERICARO MASTER CHARGi WELCOME BEER SPECIALS AT JAY VEE CASCADE BEER 6PK CANS CASE OF 24 CANS.................3.49 FRYDENLUND BEER Imported from Norway. 5 PK. 11 02. Ho deposit bottles HOF BRAD BEER No deposit quarts AMBER BRAU DRAFT 70 No deposit bottles noz. W R m m 11 OZ. 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