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April 23, 1991 | MIKE WARD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ralph Nader probably envisioned such a sight: an acre of Chevrolet Corvairs with dented hoods, shattered windows and busted engines. Nader's book, "Unsafe at Any Speed," labeled the Corvair as accident-prone, but the Corvairs in this lot near Montclair are not victims of car wrecks. They've just fallen apart while waiting to be restored by Jim Phillips, 56, a data systems technician at General Dynamics in Pomona who has spent years amassing his collection.
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August 15, 1991 | ALAN ABRAHAMSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A horse is a horse, of course. Of course? Not quite, says Yucca Valley breeder James K. Walker Jr. He owns three horses, which he says the breeding industry defines precisely as male animals at least five years old and 58 inches high at the base of the neck. The rest of the 29-animal herd at Clover J Arabians, he insists, consists of equines called mares, colts, fillies, geldings and foals. Horsefeathers, say San Bernardino County officials.
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BUSINESS
August 15, 1991 | ALAN ABRAHAMSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A horse is a horse, of course. Of course? Not quite, says Yucca Valley breeder James K. Walker Jr. He owns three horses, which he says the breeding industry defines precisely as male animals at least five years old and 58 inches high at the base of the neck. The rest of the 29-animal herd at Clover J Arabians, he insists, consists of equines called mares, colts, fillies, geldings and foals. Horsefeathers, say San Bernardino County officials.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 23, 1991 | MIKE WARD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ralph Nader probably envisioned such a sight: an acre of Chevrolet Corvairs with dented hoods, shattered windows and busted engines. Nader's book, "Unsafe at Any Speed," labeled the Corvair as accident-prone, but the Corvairs in this lot near Montclair are not victims of car wrecks. They've just fallen apart while waiting to be restored by Jim Phillips, 56, a data systems technician at General Dynamics in Pomona who has spent years amassing his collection.
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