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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 May 2012

MAY 2012 9 This In ARTS/ CULTURE 30 MAY 1806: Andrew Jackson kills a lawyer named Charles Dickinson in a duel over a personal insult. This event will become a political liability when Jackson runs for president. 27 MAY 1830: President Andrew Jackson vetoes the Maysville Road Bill which would add federal support to build a 60-mile road within Kentucky. He argues against federal subsidies for roads and canals limited to individual States and not part of larger improvement. 11 MAY 1901: Members of the Automobile Club of America are arrested in Morristown, New Jersey, for breaking the speed limit. The drivers violated the posted eight-miles-per-hour ordinance during a cross-State race. Three drivers and one mechanic pay the lump fine of $ 10. 05 MAY 1904: Cy Young , of Boston Americans , pitches major league’s first perfect game . 05 MAY 1908: Circuit Court places moving pictures under copyright laws; royalties to be paid. 10 MAY 1886: The Supreme Court in Santa Clara County v. Southern...

Publication Title: Antelope Valley Political Observer
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 May 2012

10 The Antelope Valley Political Observer Officer Regina Tasca Goes ‘ Rogue’ . Continued From Page was very drunk, and the officer who had picked her up had just dropped her off at the apartment of somebody who was described as a ` male friend’ – but practically nothing was known about this guy. He just left her there without finding out anything about the situation at that apartment; she could have been assaulted, raped, or killed. Whoever it was, he just threw her back out on the street – which actually might have been the best outcome. So she was crying hysterically and very distraught when I found her. I radioed HQ that I would be assisting her, and the officer who had picked her up arrived, and we went to the hospital with me carrying her in the back seat of my police car.” make sure everything was OK. There were about a half-dozen hospital security personnel on the scene, as well as about four or five EMTs and nurses there. The girl walked over to the nurse’s station, then dec...

Publication Title: Antelope Valley Political Observer
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 May 2012

MAY 2012 11 The Hunt for Sacramento . Continued From Page a City Council member who works to confront and overcome economic challenges at the local level, I understand that most of our problems begin in the State Legislature. lutions that will protect the hardworking taxpayers of this State: and that falls to the kind of effective legislative oversight I will bring to the job. danger to society, deserving to be arrested, prosecuted, and sentenced to time in a cage for the non-government-authorized use of marijuana? ( This question is specific to private, peaceful, in-home use by adults only, in the absence of children.) Priority One is restoring California’s business climate and getting our citizens back to work. That’s not only my first priority, but also the toughest because State government has destroyed our economy and jobs on so many levels over so many years that correcting the mistakes will take enormous effort. The third priority is working to restore authority to local comm...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 May 2012

12 The Antelope Valley Political Observer . Officer Regina Tasca Goes ‘ Rogue’ Continued From Page Page 10 commitment to his beliefs – beginning with that perennially unpopular tenet called the Golden Rule – produces an“ impairment” of his ability to absorb new facts, to communicate with his superiors, and to deal with“ feedback.” dirt. I see them as people, and insist on treating them like I’d want to be treated.” In contemporary law enforcement, commitment to the Golden Rule is a firing offense. Just ask Ramon Perez, whose experience is strikingly similar to that of Regina Tasca. I didn’t fail to aid another officer; I acted to stop a beat down. Perez, a probationary officer who had won the top leadership award at his police academy, was cashiered by the Austin, Texas, Police Department as a result of his refusal to use a Taser on an elderly, non-violent man during a domestic disturbance in January 2005. As was the case with Regina Tasca, Ramon Perez’s detractors dredged up a seco...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 May 2012

■ MAY 2012 13 13 AE911TRUTH. ORG DAILYPAUL. COM ANTIWAR. COM SHADOWSTATS. COM MILITARYTIMES. COM/ VALOR VIRTUALWALL. ORG LEWROCKWELL. COM WWW. GUIDES. LIB. VIRGINIA. EDU/ TJ 818.378.6360 Tile & Grout Cleaning . Portable Tile / Grout Cleaner Restaurant Grout . Sealing . Pressure Washing All Major Stones . Licensed, Bonded & Insured Certified Cleaners . We Use Eco-Friendly Products George Games wizechoice@ att. net r I LOCATED EAST OF SIERRA HIGHWAY, IN THE POST OFFICE SHOPPING CENTER i'* WE Vr\( CASrJj VJa buy -iJJ Ci'JV ntuiarhikK Aluminum, fliiiiJc, GliiJi Natural Balance Wellness Center Heal, Beautify and Rejuvenate Lisa Nectoux, RN Owner I-ACT & GPACT Certified Colon Hydrotherapist Reiki Healer 661.755.8497 44130 Division St. Lancaster www. CreateNaturalBalance. com 4085 West Avi Lancaster, CA D AVHpools.com Established 1981 Your Complete Pool & Spa Repair Compart" MMWmlfo I Lie. #C53 879962 Health Lie.# T4064 MOFFATT FOR STASTATE S...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 May 2012

The Antelope Antelope Valley Political Observer EZ FIN ANCIN G 87 th St. Ea s t 138138138138138 VEHICLE LIQUIDATION Charlie Brown Farms 89 th St. Ea s t ALL PRICES ARE CASH. MUST PRESENT THIS AD TO PURCHASE AT ADVERTISED PRICE. TRAD ES WELC OM E Ea 8719 PEARBLOSSOM HWY in LITTLEROCK 2001 COROLLA $ 5995.00 5 SPD MANUAL GAS SAVER $ 6995 2001 ACURA CL V-TECH MOTOR FULLY LOADED 95 Mercury Grand Marquis A/ C, Cruise, Tilt $ 3500 99 FORD F-350 TURBO DIESEL 7.3 MOTOR $ 10,995 95 Corvette A/ C, Cruise, $ 9500 $ 3995 77 Mercedes 240D 2003 GRAND AM $ 4995.00 $ 5995 98 RANGER 4.0 MOTOR VERY CLEAN CAR 2005 HYUNDIA SONATA $ 6995.00 FULLY LOADED 66 VW Custom Pick-up Call Now 2007 DODGE CALIBER $ 7995.00 GAS SAVER 07 Dodge Charger ABS, Pwr, Navigation System Call Now 2007 HONDA FIT $ 8995.00 LOW MILES 88 Fourwinns Trades Welcome Call Now 03 Dodge Stratus $ 7995 $ 18,500.00 1963 CHEVY SS NOVA REAL SS RARE CARE 1968 CHRYSLER NEWPORT $ 6995.00 1963 FORD FALCON CONVERTABLE ORIGINAL STRAIGHT 6 $ 11995....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 June 2012

Since 2005 Published in The Spirit of 1776 © 2012 The Antelope Valley Political Observer All Rights Reserved To Subscribe: 661.942.1996 Volume VII Number 10 Classified Ads On-line @ www. tavpo. com JUNE 2012 What We Should Have Remembered on Memorial Day Top-Two Election Format Leaves Assembly Race Too Close to Call . . WILLIAM NORMAN GRIGG WillGrigg. com Unofficial Results: Smith - Fox - Lackey “W hat you are proposing is murder,” Lt. Joseph Cramer told his commanding officer, Colonel John Chivington of the Third Colorado Cavalry, shortly before daybreak on the morning of the planned assault. Law Provides 28 Days to Tally Absentee, Provisional Ballots . Smith Wins Tri-County Trifecta; Squeaks by Fox in L. A. County, Lackey in Kern, Dominates San Bernardino Cramer and several other members of Chivington’s command staff had severe misgivings about the prospect of a sneak attack against a band of defenseless of Cheyenne Indians who had been promised protection. « V Chief Black Kettle ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 June 2012

2 2 The Antelope The Antelope Antelope Valley Political Observer Antelope Valley Political Observer r State Senate Candidate Clarifies Comments on School Administrators Deserving Pay Cut State Senate Candidate Clarifies Comments on School Administrators Deserving Pay Cut . . The Antelope Valley The Antelope Valley Law Enforcement Against Prohibition Seeking Professional, Articulate Volunteers to Book Speaking Engag. ements Law Enforcement Against Prohibition Seeking Professional, Articulate Volunteers to Book Speaking Engag. ements POLITICAL OBSERVER POLITICAL OBSERVER In our interview with State Senate candidate Star Moffatt, published in the May Political Observer , Moffatt cited education and the economy as two areas where California is facIn our interview with State Senate candidate Star Moffatt, published in the May Political Observer , Moffatt cited education and the economy as two areas where California is fac- and schools are taking cuts, why can’t administrators take a cut?...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 June 2012

JUNE 2012 3 . What We Should Have Remembered on Memorial Day With Black Kettle’s people still mired in slumber, and dawn’s tentative fingers peeling away the blanket of darkness, Chivington dismissed the complaints of his underlings as an offense to his exquisitely refined sense of honor:“ I believe it right and honorable to use any means under God’s heaven to kill Indians who kill and torture women and children. Damn any man who is in sympathy with them.” Chivington gave the order, and 750 troops opened fire on the undefended village. The pitiless rifle onslaught was intermittently punctuated by the throaty report of four twelve-pound howitzers. Emboldened by the sight of an unarmed and helpless opponent, Chivington’s troops swarmed the camp and surrendered themselves unconditionally to their most depraved Continued From Page over“ Indian” affairs, and that he was powerless to negotiate a Peace treaty. “Where Members Matter Most” FREE Gifts & Daily Specials! Curtis wasn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 June 2012

4 The Antelope Antelope Valley Political Observer Promote Life, Life, Liberty Liberty & The Pursuit . Pursuit of Happiness by Circulating $ 2 Bills Happiness Continued From Page these States; for that Purpose obstructing the Laws for Naturalization of Foreigners; refusing to pass others to encourage their Migrations hither, and raising the Conditions of new Appropriations of Lands. Colonies, solemnly Publish and Declare, That these United Colonies are, and of Right ought to be, FREE AND INDEPENDENT STATES; that they are absolved from all Allegiance to the British Crown, and that all political Connexion between them and the State of Great-Britain, is, and ought to be, totally dissolved; and that as FREE AND INDEPENDENT STATES, they have full Power to levy War, conclude Peace, contract Alliances, establish Commerce, and to do all other Acts and Things which INDEPENDENT STATES may of Right do. And for the Support of this Declaration, with a firm Reliance on the Protection o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 June 2012

JUNE 2012 5 m Top-Two Election Format Leaves Assembly Race Too Close to Call . TOBACCO ONE SPECIALIZING IN FINE CIGARS & CIGARETTES PIPES & ACCESSORIES . GIFT SHOP Republicans turned-out in greater numbers than Democrats by more than 2,000 voters; 5,778 Lancaster Republicans cast a ballot compared to 3,666 Lancaster Democrats. Continued From Page MARLBORO WINSTON CAMEL $ 43 .99 Carton + Tax LIMIT 2 CARTONS Expires 07/ 06/ 12 BUGLER CAN 1 BAG ( 16 oz.) ROLLING TOBACCO CAMEL 99 FILTER & BLUES PALL MALL FILTERS GOLDEN DEER LIMIT 2 CARTONS Expires 07/ 06/ 12 $ 39 .99 Carton + Tax LIMIT 2 CARTONS Expires 07/ 06/ 12 SAVE $ 7 $ 16 .99 + Tax $ 36 .99 Carton + Tax SAVE $ 5 SAVE $ 7 Reg $ 43.99 Carton $ 29 .99 $ 28 .99 + Tax Expires 07/ 06/ 12 Expires 07/ 06/ 12 counted, results are not official. Statistically, district-wide, the vote breaks down as Smith with 12,890 ( 35.1%), Fox 12,032 ( 32.7%), and Lackey, at onehalf of one percent behind at 11,827 ( 32....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 June 2012

6 The Antelope Antelope Valley Political Observer p Tom & Be. rt’s Cabin Fed Up With L. A. County? www. FixCountyGov. com E-mail: chris@ FixCountyGov. com children. Should Tom die without a will, Bert is left out in the cold. They may have been together for 50 years, but poor Bert can be kicked out of his home so it can be sold by Tom’s dis- LIBBY DONOVAN Contributing Writer “Is this the little woman who made this great war?” So said Abraham Lincoln, supposedly, when he greeted Harriet Beecher Stowe at the White House during the Civil War. tant cousin. Tom cannot make medical decisions for Bert if Bert is too ill to make a decision for himself. They can’t hold joint policies for home, auto or health insurance. They cannot file joint tax returns. The list goes on and on and on. The publication of Stowe’s novel, Uncle Tom’s Cabin , changed how people felt about slavery. Criticized at the time - and ever since - for being overly emotional, the book showed slaves as human be...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 June 2012

JUNE 2012 7 p ONE MONTH 5 LINES = $ 25 + FREE PICTURE 661.942.1996 COMMUNITY CLASSIFIEDS ~ ONE MONTH 5 LINES = $ 25 + FREE PICTURE 661.942.1996 POLITICAL OBSERVER ON-LINE CLASSIFIED ADS ON-LINE @ www. tavpo. com ROBERT L. PLUNKETT Brandwashed Is Palmdale Library Featured Book of the Month for June 3BD 2BA COMFY HOME Fireplace, 2 Car Garage Includes Stove Nice Yards & Neighborhood $ 1,300/ Month 661.724.1724 or 661.406.1158 FOR SALE BY OWNER 5 Acres In Agua Dulce Off Red Rover Mine Rd. Near Country Breeze Lane Lovely View Of Hills $ 35,000 OBO Call Jean 323.292.6465 Or e-mail: jeangordon6@ yahoo. com ATTORNEY AT LAW SINCE 1977 IN THE AV SINCE 1997 PALMDALE – The Palmdale City Library has selected Brandwashed: tricks companies use to manipulate our minds and persuade us to buy, by Martin Lidstrom as the Featured Book of the Month for June. WILLS-TRUSTS AVOIDING PROBATE LIVING WILLS POWERS OF ATTORNEY AMERICAN JURISPRUDENCE Brandwashed is a fascinating look at just how far ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 June 2012

8 The Antelope Antelope Valley Political Observer What We . Should Have Remembered on Memorial Day the Congressional Medal of Honor. The monument to the“ heroes of Wounded Knee Creek” still exists at Ft. Riley, Kansas Continued From Page Page 3 and generous epitaph for that people: structed those under his command. “The exodus of this whole people from the land of their fathers is a touching sight. They have fought us gallantly for years on years; they have defended their mountains and their stupendous canyons with heroism, but at length, they found it was their destiny, too, to give way to the insatiable progress of our This didn’t mean waging war against the battle-hardened warriors who had defeated Fetterman in a fair fight, of course. Notes historian Heather Cox Richardson in her recent book Wounded Knee ,“ Sherman told the commander of the Department of the Platte to consider all Sioux in the Power River region hostile.” The object was to“ punish them to the extent of utter ext...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 June 2012

JUNE 2012 9 This In IDEAS/ BELIEFS Crook will lead the southern prong. The second column will be led by Colonel John Gibbon marching east from Fort Ellis, Montana , and the third prong will be under the command of Brigadier General Alfred H. Terry moving west from Fort Lincoln in Dakota Territory . Among his men is Lieutenant Colonel George A. Custer and the doomed Seventh Calvary . On June 17, Crook unexpectedly encounters the opposing force; 1,500 Native American allies under Crazy Horse ’s command engage Crook on Rosebud Creek . The Natives are forced from the field, but Crook withdraws to re-supply and re-group. Terry and Gibbon are unaware of the fateful engagement. The two columns meet on Yellowstone River near Rosebud Creek. Terry then sends the Seventh Cavalry under the command of George Custer to ride down Rosebud Creek, cross the headwaters of the Little Bighorn River, then return downstream. Meanwhile Gibbon will march upstream and between them they plan to catch the Nati...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 June 2012

10 The Antelope Valley Political Observer . Many Lawmakers Personally Invested in JPMorgan Chase Continued From Page The single biggest congressional shareholder in the company at that point was Sen. Frank Lautenberg ( D-N. J.), who reported owning at least $ 1,000,001 in JPMorgan Chase stock. Of course, for Lautenberg, who is listed as the fifth-richest Senator with an estimated personal net worth of between $ 55 million and $ 116 million, the bank was just one of 190 assets he listed. $ 17,003 $ 80,000 Rep. Kurt Schrader ( D)-Oregon $ 15,001 $ 50,000 Rep. David McKinley ( R)-West Virginia $ 15,001 $ 50,000 Rep. Rick Berg ( R)-North Dakota $ 5,472 $ 5,472 Rep. Tom Price ( R)-Georgia $ 3,690 $ 3,690 Rep. Vernon Buchanan ( R)-Florida $ 2,002 $ 30,000 Rep. Michael McCaul ( R)-Texas $ 2,002 $ 30,000 Rep. Xavier Becerra ( D)-California $ 2,002 $ 30,000 Rep. Fred Upton ( R)-Michigan $ 2,002 $ 30,000 Rep. Ben Chandler ( D)-Kentucky $ 1,001 $ 15,000 Rep. Charles W. Boustany Jr ( R)-Louisia...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 June 2012

JUNE 2012 11 11 . The War on Drugs in The AV m “It is often said there have been shining examples of men of great abilities, in all businesses, without any other science than what they had gathered from conversation and intercourse with the world.” --Thomas Jefferson 1819 As with drug arrests, more men were arrested for DUI than women – 20 Hispanic men to seven women, and, 12 black men to three black Prohibition-related arrests by day of week by Palmdale lawmen: Monday 10; Tuesday 16; Wednesday 29; Thursday 21; Friday 10; Saturday 15; and, Sunday 16. Continued From Page those liquored-up on booze, or high on an illicit drug. The crime is the disorderly conduct, not the alcohol or other intoxicant in the alleged violator’s system women. Lancaster deputies affected drug arrests most often on Tuesdays through Friday, with Monday being the slowest Prohibition arrest day of the week. Total drug arrests by day of week for Lancaster deputies over the period examined are: Monday 6; Tuesday ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 June 2012

12 The Antelope Valley Political Observer Lancaster Offers Residents Cool Way to Beat the H. eat This Summer . The Return of Student Activism cause we won’t forget about you.” Imagine that. After the State Chancellor, Jack Scott, urged a reconsideration of the RALPH S. BRAX Viewpoint Legislators responded to these young voters by rejecting $ 300 million of cuts in financial aid proposed by Governor Brown. Continued From Page plan, the Board voted to postpone the twotier system. The center is free and open to all residents of Lancaster; children must be accompanied by an adult. I came of age, so to speak, during the 1960’ s and 1970’ s. I went to UCLA for my B. A., then to UC Santa Barbara for my M. A. and Ph. D. I married my wonderful wife, Sue, and we had our two sons. I also started teaching at Antelope Valley College in the late 1970’ s, a much different place than it is today. Assembly Speaker, John Perez ( D-Los Angeles) met with the protestors and promised to find new scholars...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 June 2012

■ MAY 2012 13 13 AE911TRUTH. ORG DAILYPAUL. COM ANTIWAR. COM SHADOWSTATS. COM MILITARYTIMES. COM/ VALOR VIRTUALWALL. ORG LEWROCKWELL. COM WWW. GUIDES. LIB. VIRGINIA. EDU/ TJ 818.378.6360 Tile & Grout Cleaning . Portable Tile / Grout Cleaner Restaurant Grout . Sealing . Pressure Washing All Major Stones . Licensed, Bonded & Insured Certified Cleaners . We Use Eco-Friendly Products George Games wizechoice@ att. net r I LOCATED EAST OF SIERRA HIGHWAY, IN THE POST OFFICE SHOPPING CENTER i'* WE Vr\( CASrJj VJa buy -iJJ Ci'JV ntuiarhikK Aluminum, fliiiiJc, GliiJi Natural Balance Wellness Center Heal, Beautify and Rejuvenate Lisa Nectoux, RN Owner I-ACT & GPACT Certified Colon Hydrotherapist Reiki Healer 661.755.8497 43535 17th St West # 303 Lancaster, CA 93534 www. CreateNaturalBalance. com 4085 West Avi Lancaster, CA D AVHpools.com Established 1981 Your Complete Pool & Spa Repair Compart" MMWmlfo I Lie. #C53 879962 Health Lie.# T4064 MOFFAT...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 June 2012

The Antelope Antelope Valley Political Observer EZ FIN ANCIN G 87 th St. Ea s t 138138138138138 VEHICLE LIQUIDATION Charlie Brown Farms 89 th St. Ea s t ALL PRICES ARE CASH. MUST PRESENT THIS AD TO PURCHASE AT ADVERTISED PRICE. TRAD ES WELC OM E Ea 8719 PEARBLOSSOM HWY in LITTLEROCK 2001 COROLLA $ 5995.00 5 SPD MANUAL GAS SAVER $ 6995 2001 ACURA CL V-TECH MOTOR FULLY LOADED 95 Mercury Grand Marquis A/ C, Cruise, Tilt $ 3500 99 FORD F-350 TURBO DIESEL 7.3 MOTOR $ 10,995 95 Corvette A/ C, Cruise, $ 9500 $ 3995 77 Mercedes 240D 2003 GRAND AM $ 4995.00 $ 5995 98 RANGER 4.0 MOTOR VERY CLEAN CAR 2005 HYUNDIA SONATA $ 6995.00 FULLY LOADED 66 VW Custom Pick-up Call Now 2007 DODGE CALIBER $ 7995.00 GAS SAVER 07 Dodge Charger ABS, Pwr, Navigation System Call Now 2007 HONDA FIT $ 8995.00 LOW MILES 88 Fourwinns Trades Welcome Call Now 03 Dodge Stratus $ 7995 $ 18,500.00 1963 CHEVY SS NOVA REAL SS RARE CARE 1968 CHRYSLER NEWPORT $ 6995.00 1963 FORD FALCON CONVERTABLE ORIGINAL STRAIGHT 6 $ 11995....

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