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March 8, 1992 | LESLIE KNOWLTON HERZOG, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Every Saturday morning, hundreds of paper plates and jagged pieces of cardboard sprout on trees and telephone poles in towns from La Habra to Laguna Niguel. The hand-lettered signs send people down alleys and up side streets in strange neighborhoods in pursuit of one of the county's weekend passions--the garage sale.
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March 8, 1992 | LESLIE KNOWLTON HERZOG, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Every Saturday morning, hundreds of paper plates and jagged pieces of cardboard sprout on trees and telephone poles in towns from La Habra to Laguna Niguel. The hand-lettered signs send people down alleys and up side streets in strange neighborhoods in pursuit of one of the county's weekend passions--the garage sale.
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March 3, 1992 | LESLIE KNOWLTON HERZOG, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Every Saturday morning, hundreds of paper plates and jagged pieces of cardboard sprout on trees and telephone poles in towns from La Habra to Laguna Niguel. The hand-lettered signs send people down alleys and up side streets in strange neighborhoods in pursuit of one of the county's weekend passions--the garage sale.
NEWS
March 3, 1992 | LESLIE KNOWLTON HERZOG, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Every Saturday morning, hundreds of paper plates and jagged pieces of cardboard sprout on trees and telephone poles in towns from La Habra to Laguna Niguel. The hand-lettered signs send people down alleys and up side streets in strange neighborhoods in pursuit of one of the county's weekend passions--the garage sale.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 8, 1990
Can Tustin believe anything Councilman John Kelly says? Kelly told the American Assn. of University Women that he would attend a candidates forum on March 27. He canceled at the last minute. He also confirmed his attendance for the April 3 forum sponsored by the Tustin Meadows Community Assn. The confirmation was made to their management company. On April 2, at the Tustin City Council Meeting when Kelly was confronted with some alleged actions involving misuse of his position, he struck back with a comment that he would be at the Tustin Meadows forum the following night and he could be asked those questions there.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 24, 1993 | BERT ELJERA
People who know Robert Pluimer say he is one heck of a racquetball player. But to members of the Colonial Bible Church here, he is simply Pastor Butch--a teacher, counselor, friend. Since January, however, Pluimer, 52, has been in and out of hospitals. His illness has been diagnosed as advanced multiple myeloma leukemia, a form of bone cancer, and it is ravaging his body.
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