The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California on February 4, 1967 · 2
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Saturday, February 4, 1967
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nahfeim - ANAHEIM The City Council faces the decision again Tuesday on how to : handle bookings for An ah elm Convention Cen- Three choices are open and the selection could ... have a bearing on home playing dates for the American Basketball League franchise. The franchise hnlders nav thpv j rlan to tilav in the arena which seats 7,800 for basketball. Mayor Fred Krein says no commitments have been made with the team owners. A , V': "i ; sv 3- - ' . ' ' i NARCOTICS SEIZED H. E. Springetr, field supervisor of State Bureau of Narcotics, inspects narcotics seized Friday morning in raids throughout the county. Thirty-nine persons were arrested. Times Photo NEWS IN BRIEF Gl to Stand Trial EL PASO, Tex., (ffl The Ft. Bliss com-manding general, Maj. Gen. George T. Powers III, referred to general court-martial the case of an An- . u : : 4. -i i ' a ax c i in. pivaic uiaigcu with failure to obey an order to wear his uniform, the Army said Friday. Pvt. Stanley Quast, 22, is charged under article 90 of the uniform code of milita-- ry justice with willful disobedience of the lawful or- der of a superior officer. Seeking Re-election SANTA ANA Incumbents Charlotte Reiter and Wilber Hartman will be candidates for new terms on the Board of Educa-tion. Mrs. Reiter, vice chairman, has filed her nomination papers. Hart-, man plans to return his papers before the deadline i Thursday. :. Million Dollar Error - SANTA ANA County ; Tax Collector Don Mozley ? announced a million dollar error in his report of taxes t paid by Union Oil Co. Moz-1 ley said the firm paid $1,- 787,821 not $3,017,657 as previously reported. C y. Fire in Restaurant ; FULLERTON Fire which originated in the t charcoal broiler caused SSOfl rtaTnaofo at tVio T?nrcroi r Chef, 2721 W. Orange-X thorp Ave., at 10:30 a.m. Friday, according to Pres-y ton Pyeatte, fire marshaL i Stamp of Walt Disney i? Rep. Richard T. Hanna . (D-Huntington Harbour) i-says the Post Office Advi-r; sory Committee in Con- gress will consider a com-I memorative 6tamp honor-V ing Walt Disney. Hanna requested the stamp to '; honor "a man who devoted - his life to providing enjoy-ment for others." Store, Dairy Robbed j; Three youths threatened clerk Betty Stein-Chooser, 745 Hillsboro llt . r-ft '( '-AliliSJ I Uncommitted on "A lot will depend on what the council does Tuesday," Krein said. "If it decides to award an exclusive contract to either Madison Square Garden Corp. or Major Attractions, Inc., the local group, then the basketball bookings might get complicated. "However, if the city decides to do its own bookings we would be more flexible and in better position to take care of basketball." City Manager Keith Murdoch also stressed no commitments have been made with the basketball III II il IlllllWIIIIimi i ' llillllMOTMi' itfnrT'WiiilOTTTttl Place, Fullerton, during a holdup Friday afternoon of Bob's Liquor Store, 7871 Commonwealth Ave., Buena Park, and escaped in a car with about $50. Later, three young bandits frightened a 16-year-old clerk with guns at the Fullerton Dairy, 333 V. Oran-gethorpe Ave., and escaped on foot with an unknown amount of cash. Mater Dei Adds Foe SANTA ANA Lake-wood, Moore League champion, will play Mater Dei' s football team at Lakewood next season. Other Mater Dei non-league foes are Santa Ana, Loyola and Long Beach Wilson. Breakfast Reset COSTA MESA The Cops and Cowboys break-fast for the March of Dimes has been rescheduled for Sunday at the Orange County Fairgrounds. ACCOUNTS INSURE0V . w by an agency of the) Federal Government AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Komald W. KEYSTONE SQUARE ANAHEIM HomtOffici: 555 N. Eoclid-oppositt Brotdwty-Robi moil's PR 2-7440 COMPLETE FUNERALS From $120 INCLUDES CASKET and ALL MORTUARY SERVICES Mortnarv iNMinbi TiMtlir h Dm 14801 BEACH ELVO, WESXMINSTXB GEmt 1-W77 TWtaoeis S-242 club owners for use of the arena. Murdoch said he has talked with Irving Mitchell Felt, chairman of the MSG board, and found a "cooperative attitude." ' Murdoch said Felt told him if MSG gets the arena contract he would welcome the basketball games despite the fact MSG owns the New York Knickerbockers, a National Basketball League team. The city's chief administrative officer met with arena manager Thomas Liegler and arena opera-tions manager Edward Stotereau Friday after- 39 Arrested in Counfywide Dope Roundup SANTA ANA Federal, state and local narcotics officers swooped down on more than a scpre of Orange County homes early Friday and arrested 39 persons in the county's biggest raid in history. The suspects were charged with selling or using narcotics and dangerous drugs in grand jury indictments and court warrants, according to Capt. James Broadbelt of the sheriff's department, who coordinated the roundup. He said a considerable quantity of marijuana and drugs was confiscated. Included in the charges were sales of marijuana, peyote and dangerous drugs, including LSD. Broadbelt and Disk At-ty. Cecil Hicks said the raids climaxed a one-year investigation. Secret Indictments Forty-one persons were named in secret grand jury indictments Wednesday and Thursday. Nine others were sought on court warrants. Broadbelt said officers arrested several other suspects during the raids. The raids were carried out at 5 a.m. throughout the county after the 75 officers finished a briefing session in Superior Court. Suspects netted through grand jury indictments were arraigned before Superior Court Judge Byron McMillan at 3 p.m. Friday and were ordered to appear in court next Friday. Broadbelt said those arrested by court warrants will be arraigned in Municipal Court Monday. Hold Your Ground, GOP Urges Reagan A resolution urging Gov. Reagan to "exhibit unyielding determination in executing his plan of fiscal sanity" for the University of California has been adopted by county Young Republicans. tj u TO $15,000.00 Caifm, President WESTMINSTER Brtnch Office; 14QU Beach Boulevtrd st Westminster TW 3 2491 THUS? luiffi IIM WEfferto 1-2TSS il Arena Basketball noon to draft a presentation for the council Tuesday. Councilmen have called on the staff to come up with figures on how much the city could expect to make on bookings if no ex-clusivc contract was granted. MSG has agreed to give the city 10 of the gross receipts from events it stages. It also has agreed to guarantee the city an annual return and provide an escape clause. Officials of Major Attractions have not disclosed terms of their pro Urange OFFICE 1 134 E 17th St., Santa Ana TELEPHONES News, Classified and Display Adv.-K!mber!y 7-5941 CLASSIFIED ONLYi Corona del Mar, 3516 E. Coast Hy., Kl 7-5941 10 Pt. IH-R SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1967 Harvey Mayo r in Santa Ana Primary Reasons for Not Seeking Second Term Are Business and Family, He Says SANTA ANA Mayor Harry H. Harvey will not seek re-election to the City Council. Vice Mayor James Gil-more earlier indicated he does not plan to seek another term. J. Ogden Markel Is the only councilman of the three whose terms are expiring who will be a candidate in the April 4 municipal election. He represents Ward 6. Charles D. Holcombe has filed nomination papers for the Ward 2 seat presently held by Gilmore. Papers also have been taken out for that seat by Russell J. Schoenke but have not yet been returned. Ward 4 Seat Lorin Griset has filed for the Ward 4 seat now held by Harvey. Three others have taken out papers for that position but have not yet filed them with the clerk's office. They are Robert Allen, Joe A. O'Campo and Louis Dell. Harvey said his primary reasons for not seeking a second term are the need FOR THE INDIVIDUALIST WHO CAN APPRECIATE A IIOf.lE THAT IS DIFFERENT - FOR A CHANGE! (AWARD-WINNING ARCHITECTURE MAKES THE DIFFERENCE) This custom-designed executive home features a 17 foot dining room overlooking a two story high living room, a split-level 30 foot family room with a mezzanine library. y2 acr zoning provides privacy on a view lot adjoining Laguna Lake Park in Fullerton. A private dub provides 2 pools, a tennis court and a stable area. '48,950 NOTE FOLLOW 1AKESJDE HOMES SIGNS TO FURNISHED MODEL, EUCLID AVE. LAKEVIEW DRIVE IN FULLERTON (1 MILE S. IMPERIAL HWY, 5 MILES N. RIVERSIDE FWY.) posal but have .indicated they will give the city the safeguards it wants. Liegler and Murdoch have told the council that time is of the essence. Bookings for the arena have been suspended pending council action. Murdoch calls it "a confused situation. MSG has negotiated in good faith, And now a local group has come up with what I understand is basically the same approach as MSG. "The primary reason for considering the MSG agreement is to gain the prestige and reputation of that group." Mr 2 to Bow Out as to devote more time to his own public relations and advertising firm and to his family. Harvey listed council accomplishments during his tenure as a continued lowering of the tax rate, adoption of the general plan and retention of Santa Ana as the county's governmental center. See the new Jaguar 420 Sports Sedan The 420 is powered by Bit large Jaguar 4.2 litre engine, uit Eke our XK-E. It how diie brakes on all (out wheels, dual braking systems, all around independent suspension and VaramaBc power steering. And, of course, the same luxurious interiors all Jaguars hare. Jaguar: a diiferent breed of cat. i rA;-fi2r NO INCREASE IN PRICESI THRALL MOTORS INC. 722 W. COMMONWEALTH AVE., FULLERTON QUALITY MODERN FURNITURE FROM MODEL HOME FOR SALE AT LESS THAN WHOLESALE! 5a"liago.High uetenseMops Garden Grove BY AL CARR TlmM Stiff Wrlttr - . GARDEN GROVE League leading Santiago High's basketball team allowed Garden Grove only six field goals in the second half to score a 56-45 victory and extend its Garden Grove League winning streak to five straight Friday night. Both teams had poor shooting nights, but the Santiago defense in the second half kept the Argonauts out of- shooting range, allowing only two field goals in the third quarter and four in the fourth. Half-Time Deficit The Cavaliers overcame a 24-25 halftime deficit with a six-point cluster early in the third period. Tom Bennett scored two field goals and John Barn-hart one to give Santiago a 30-25 lead. The Cavaliers led 40-31 at the three-quarter mark and maintained that bulge. High point men were Rod Sweet for Santiago and Bill O'Brien for Garden Grove, each with 14. Santiago made only 7 of 15 three throws and Garden Grove 7 of 19 in the poor shooting night. Garden Grove (45) Lance (12) P VDLinde (6) V Miller (5) C Morgan (6) G O'Brien (14) G Santiago (36) Bennett (13) Sweet (14) Williams (6) Mitchell (11) Barnhart (8) Scoring Berjr 2. Mutz 2. tubs: Garden Grove Santiago Wilson 2. www run S26-6634 J J) .Ml Lb o tKHOUSCEMEMTl ' LEGAL Sties Color TV 'a Mwlrii T iitlsfy creditors. RCA, ZENITH .In certons. Hackeo WI-M61 BUY BONDS Diamonds It Jiwtlry 12 IT TiflV NEEDS CAW. Will sell ditmond cufflinks (WOO value) 542-639S S250L Orlvlni iJnstruetiBir JI2IS California Driving School World's tersest. Cell tor FREE JBooklet I, Set WHYI 485-6530 JWAY CO. Dept. Store. Learn Now! Pay laierl Call tny May Co. store Si JI&JqLftH. tKfl?l?t5--JJ-lE'" MM Incomi Tax 1230 X HOME SERVICE OR OFFICE "Z Cdn. 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Apply Mr. Simpson, 547-4282 URSEWs 3-11 SHIFT Medical-surgical & intense care. XInt salary & working conditions. Call for appt. Director of Nurses, Woodruff Community Hospital, 3800 Woodruff Ave., Long Beach. (213) HA. 1-8241. "NURSE, LICENSED VOCATIONAL Parkview Convalescent Hospital 1514 E. Lincoln Anaheim 774-2222 PERSONNEL SECRETARY Mater retail store, Orange Court, ty. Career type position requiring experience in all phases of personnel work. Will work for per sonnel mgr. Neat appearance & ability to meet public essential. Excell. benefits. For prompt in. terview send complete resume & salary requirements to BOX W-143, L.A. TIMES PHOTO printers exp. Eastman auto, printers. City Photo Service, 1719 E. ,Anaheim,J.ono, Beach 591-5631 SALES exp. Better Ladies wear. MARY MILLERICK , 35 Fashion Square. S.A. SECRETARY, heavy diet. S.H. 120, IBM Exec. 80. Flex. (30-40) hrs. Pvt. off. LA. 5-8777. 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Experience required In 4 phases APPLY PERSONNEL OFFICS Bullock's Santa Ana No. 1 Fashion Square Eaual Opportunity Employer CAREER OPPORTUNITIES MONTGOMERY WARD a 1331 S. HARBOR. FUUERTOtt Medical" " Inhalation Therapist Registered or eligible for reglsfrs. tion for new dept. Xlnt. opportunity. Xs Mirada Community Hospital LA. 1-0717 r L TEACHERS & PARENTS Wantlns to supplement Income M part time or full time career basis in sales of the finest educational materials with income guarantee for those who qualify. Call 525-1407 for interview Pt. SHOE FITTER'TEXPER'lENCED Full time. Excellent opportunity 535-3387 VSHOE SALES: Exprd. Childrens Shoes litter. Full or part time. Call (714) 533-5510 Jc-raV "Technician. Registered. Liberal fringe benefits. Immediate opening. Sal. Open. 40 nr. wk. Grove View Medical Group. 710 Euclid. Anaheim. (714) KEJ-3113 Agey. ef inUratt Mm 2450 Industrial , . . , Chief Industrial Engineer. Vernon res. To SU.000 yr. Candid Employ ment Agency, u So. Bradford. Employer pays fee, PIMenKa. R4-JC0 Jobs 01 imprest "Mm 2650 ACCOUNTANTS Experienced Income taxes. Foil f part time. High earnings. McAndrew. 839-1133. Santa Ana, APPLIANCE MANAGERS and SALESMEN. Exper. chain ha openings f An. aheim ft Long Bch. Perm. Salary s. Co. benefits. Xlnt. apply. 774-XUS Sat. or Men. Jell if !atirist-4f IZZi Automatic Chucker Opr. Acme Grtdley exp. preferredj Set-up experience required. , SARGENT FLETCHER llll S. Harbor, Ls HbTS AUTOMOBILE AUTO IMPORT DEALERSHIP1 Office Manager. Exp. Necessary Xlnt. opportunsy Santa Ana area STTfTT Office or Business Manager Experience required In G.M. book, keeping. Salary open, all benefits. Replies confidential, Box 0-25, LA. Times. AUTOMOBILE SALESMEN, ATTENTION Experienced or not, we need 1 real hustlers not afraid to make 81000 ft up per mo. We train you benefit. Contact Sales Mgr. Coast Ponliac 825 S. Euclid, Fullerton. AUTO SALESMEN Mew or used, foreign car experience preferred. Good benefits. JIM SLEM0NS IMPORTS 120 W. Warner, S.A. (714) 546-4114) CHIEF DRAFTSMAN Position available for in dividual with at least 4 years experience in component mechanical design & checking and a 'mini mum of 1 yr. as a chief draftsman desired. Requires comprehension of Mil Std. 8, Mil Std.-1000 & a working knowledge of machine shop ca pabilities and tolerances. Submit resume and sal ary required in confidence to: BOX W-164 IPS ANGELES TIMES " EDWARD LABORATORIES tu Over Rd. Santa An ELECTRONICS Prototype Supervisor CECO'S fast trowing welded pad aging organization has an opening for a Prototype Shop Supervisor. BSEE or BSME required. Expert, ence in Q. A. test procedures and welded electronic packaging desired. Material Coordinator Young man, 21 to 3J, to coordinafa material and production control activities of a nigh volume product. Cood opportunity for a sharp person with 2 to 3 years recent material expediting experience. ELECTRONIC TECHNICIAN Young man fa tfo functional feslfnf end troubleshooting of transistorized digital electronic modules. Integral ed circuit experience , desirable Must c high school gradual. Silk Screen Printers Af feasf two years cxparTene aulred In silk screening ef printed circuit boards. Must work with close tolerance applications First and Second Shifts. Excellent company benefits Interviewing hours -3, Mon. thru Frb ENGINEERED ELECTRONICS CO. 1441 E. Chestnut, Santa Ana An equal opportunity employer ELECTRONIC TECH -77 Excelled lob opportunity In navigation 8. communication svs terns. Must be free to travel 8, have 2nd class radio license. Rapid advancement for persons who qualify. Phone for Appt. (213) 425-5981 An Equal Opportunity Employer Engineers EECO Orange County based tJtffrgnlt manufacturer needs: DIGITAL ENGINEER Excellent opportunity t expand technical and administrative exper. lence as prefect engineer on small custom systems. BSEE, I years ex. perlence in logic design, knowledge ef digital circuit theory required. APPLICATIONS ENGINEER Unloue opportunity for digital tn ineer Interested In a career In marketing to provide product sun port to customers and field reprs sentatives in our digital module pro duct line. BSEE or equivalent digital experience required, with a sincere interest in the field of marketing. Send resume Including salary hHf ty t ENGINEERED ELECTRONICS CO. P.O. Box 659. Santa Ana m An equal opportunity employer ENGINEER DIGITAL ENGINEER Excellent opportunity fe expend technical and administrative exper. lence as proiect engineer en smaS, . custom systems. Requirements! BSEE, I years experience in logic design, knowledge at digital circuit theory. Send resume fncmdlnf salary history to ENGINEERED ELECTRONICS CO. P.O. Box 659, Santa Ana An soual opportunity employer ITngRsT Sat. Interviews AERONUTRONIC Pord Road. Newport Beset a a a -v a .ss wv mm v at v a. j, wv . xu4 a pv v a a

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