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April 2, 1990 | BERKLEY HUDSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Let the record show that on April Fool's Eve, four-dozen adults at a South Pasadena party cheered as they witnessed the willful and gleeful destruction, by sledge-hammer and otherwise, of the following malfunctioning products of the technological age: A color television that reportedly conked out during the NCAA Final Four basketball playoffs, a clock radio whose alarm worked only half the time, an answering machine that hasn't worked in 25 years and a cassette player whose cord was replaced
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October 20, 1996
South Pasadena this month will dust off its boa and shake off its feathered headdress to celebrate the gawky, mean-spirited creatures that put the city's name on the map: ostriches. The South Pasadena Chamber of Commerce said the funny-looking, seven-foot critters focused international attention on the city when the now-defunct Cawston Ostrich Farm served as the leading provider of plumage to royalty and dancers throughout the world. And on what would have been the farm's 100th anniversary, Oct.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 20, 1996
South Pasadena this month will dust off its boa and shake off its feathered headdress to celebrate the gawky, mean-spirited creatures that put the city's name on the map: ostriches. The South Pasadena Chamber of Commerce said the funny-looking, seven-foot critters focused international attention on the city when the now-defunct Cawston Ostrich Farm served as the leading provider of plumage to royalty and dancers throughout the world. And on what would have been the farm's 100th anniversary, Oct.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 2, 1990 | BERKLEY HUDSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Let the record show that on April Fool's Eve, four-dozen adults at a South Pasadena party cheered as they witnessed the willful and gleeful destruction, by sledge-hammer and otherwise, of the following malfunctioning products of the technological age: A color television that reportedly conked out during the NCAA Final Four basketball playoffs, a clock radio whose alarm worked only half the time, an answering machine that hasn't worked in 25 years and a cassette player whose cord was replaced
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