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NEWS
June 7, 1990
In an effort to boost conservation, the Monrovia Water Department has brought back an advertising gimmick made famous by the old Burma Shave road signs. A series of signs placed along city streets remind motorists to "Save H20," "P.D.Q.," "Or We're Dry," "Be Waterwise." Robert K. Sandwick, director of public works, said the signs are part of a citywide voluntary conservation effort that includes distribution of water-saving kits and a display at the Monrovia Community Center.
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NEWS
September 22, 1992
On the road to capitalism and democracy, the 23 million people of Romania are proving to be Eastern Europe's laggards. Nearly three years into the transition away from decades of communism, political instability is still delaying progress on reform. Elections scheduled Sunday for president and Parliament hold out little hope of quickening the pace. On the contrary, many fear an outcome so fractured that it could take months for the rival parties to agree on a ruling coalition.
SPORTS
January 28, 1999 | CHRIS FOSTER
Are the Ducks road warriors or road worriers? It depends on whom you talk to. "We've played some great games on the road and haven't been rewarded," Coach Craig Hartsburg said. "I'm not concerned. I think we feel very comfortable on the road. I'm confident that we can get the job done." The Ducks are 5-11-5 away from the Pond--only two teams in the NHL have fewer road victories--and they are 0-3-2 in their last five road games, which includes a 2-1 loss at Nashville.
SPORTS
May 5, 2004 | From Associated Press
While Mike Bibby had another big postseason performance, Kevin Garnett played below his most-valuable-player standard. Bibby scored 33 points as the Sacramento Kings started the second round with an impressive victory and took the home-court advantage away from the Minnesota Timberwolves with a 104-98 victory Tuesday night. Game 2 is Saturday. "K.G. is an animal," Bibby said. "We know he's going to come out next time and try not to let this happen to his team again. There's no time to relax."
SPORTS
April 29, 1990 | JAY MATHEWS, WASHINGTON POST
Perhaps the best of all schemes to find a home for the Raiders of the National Football League came recently from a Los Angeles architect, Herb McLaughlin, who suggested that team owner Al Davis build a floating stadium and take it up and down the Pacific Coast, collecting tribute from dozens of cities instead of the mere three or four he has been negotiating with lately.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 28, 1997 | SCOTT STEEPLETON
The Ventura Fire Department is hosting Fire Sprinkler Road Show '97, a home safety demonstration that starts today and continues through Friday in east Ventura. Equipped with a special home fire-sprinkler trailer, firefighters will travel to 10 neighborhoods and perform a live fire demonstration to show residents how to stay safe at home, said Fire Chief Dennis J. Downs. In addition, an engine company and city paramedics will be on hand to display a new firetruck and new rescue ambulances.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 14, 1992 | GEOFF BOUCHER
There were some construction delays and a few unexpected detours, but the Orange County Fair's Old-Fashioned Road Show succeeded in debuting Monday afternoon in front of about 1,500 people. The ostrich race didn't fly as scheduled because the race course wasn't ready. The long-awaited races didn't go off until 5 p.m. The motorcycle high-wire act was grounded by equipment troubles.
NEWS
February 23, 1992 | MARTIN ZIMMERMAN
If you're a gearhead who just can't get enough of all things automotive, or if you're an art connoisseur interested in a niche within the increasingly specialized world of collecting, then a trip to the Automobile in Art Gallery may be just the thing. Owner Ricardo Rodriguez, 33, a magazine photographer specializing in automobiles and a correspondent for a Spanish automotive magazine, got the idea while exhibiting his work at other galleries.
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