Buttercup Milk Truck


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Bruce Savage recalls the chaos that occurred at Tower 16 on Memorial Day, 1960 in Malibu. Smoke bombs, moonings, alcohol induced vomiting, and more caused lifeguard Kemp Aaberg to call for backup very early in the morning. It all has something to do with Red Pushinger’s 1928 Buttercup milk truck.