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May 19, 1991 | LAURIE K. SCHENDEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A picture of Army Specialist 4th Class Arthur P. Roberson stands out just inside the front door--the only door--of the Malki Museum, a one-room building in the wide-open spaces of Morongo Indian Reservation in Riverside County. A special delivery wire, dated June 19, 1971, is pinned next to the young soldier's likeness, explaining that he was killed in the line of duty in Vietnam.
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May 19, 1991 | LAURIE K. SCHENDEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A picture of Army Specialist 4th Class Arthur P. Roberson stands out just inside the front door--the only door--of the Malki Museum, a one-room building in the wide-open spaces of Morongo Indian Reservation in Riverside County. A special delivery wire, dated June 19, 1971, is pinned next to the young soldier's likeness, explaining that he was killed in the line of duty in Vietnam.
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March 26, 1988 | STEVE HARVEY, Times Staff Writer
"Novel Sights Each Mile and Each Turn of the Road!" boasted the rapid transit ads of a half-century ago, almost as though traveling on the streets of Los Angeles could be . . . well, fun. Back then, no one used the stuffy, technical term "light rail" for the electric vehicles that jolted and rocked along tracks on runs like the Venice Short Line. They were trolleys.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 26, 1988 | STEVE HARVEY, Times Staff Writer
"Novel Sights Each Mile and Each Turn of the Road!" boasted the rapid transit ads of a half-century ago, almost as though traveling on the streets of Los Angeles could be . . . well, fun. Back then, no one used the stuffy, technical term "light rail" for the electric vehicles that jolted and rocked along tracks on runs like the Venice Short Line. They were trolleys.
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