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The Register from Santa Ana, California • Page 18

The Registeri
Santa Ana, California
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B6 AGISTER Wednesday, March 24, 1976 Big A To Be Set For Angels Despite Who Concert Damage playing field turf at Anaheim Stadium will be ready for the baseball first home game April 4, despite damage from a capacity crowd of rock fans at the of the concert. Sunday. Though stadium director Tom Liegler admitted the playing field would not as perfect as we he said it would not hamper play in any manner. City crews were already at work this week, tearing up and resodding turf and repairing general damage caused by the crowd of 55,000 young persons who jammed the stadium to see the British rock group The main damage to the field, Liegler said, came from a bonfire one of the fans started on the outfield grass and damage from fans to the sprinkler system. In addition, the youths knocked down a portion of the outfield fence, damaged a water pump vault and vandalized signs both in the parking lot and the stadium, Liegler said.

Even the artists themselves were involved in a backstage washroom, Liegler said. Damage, however, was not expected to exceed more than couple of thousand he said. The city is expected to Pacf To Permit Whale Study, Then Release SEATTLE two sides that have been battling over the destiny of two killer whales captured in Puget Sound reached a stipulated agreement Tuesday afternoon, Sea World Inc. officials said. The agreement, negotiated under the guidance of U.S.

District Court Judge Morell Sharp, provides for the release of the whales into University of Washington custody for no more than 60 days for research purposes. When UW researches have completed their studies, the whales must be released, the agreement stipulates. And Sea World, which captured the whales March 7 in southern Puget Sound's Budd Inlet, has agreed not to hunt whales any more within the State of Washington. State Atty. Gen.

Slade Gorton who initiated court action against Sea World seeking the release, said he is very happy with the agreement. The state contended that the whales were caught under conditions that violated a federal permit allowing Sea World Inc. of San Diego to capture four of the animals for display. Sea World's party capture six whales, but three escaped and one was released. Of the two left, was earmarked for University of Washington research, the other for Sea World shows.

Sea World had said it would continue trying to capture more whales. UW scientists had said earlier their studies would include implanting a radio transmitting device in the dorsal fin so they could track the whale once it is released. As two weeks of court battles ground to a close, Sea World handlers at the Seattle aquarium holding tank were trying to get the whales to eat on their cwn. Servant Suspect In Slipping Man Dose Of Arsenic FALM SPRINGS (AP) A domestic servant has been booked for investigation of at tempted murder in the arsenic poisoning of a wealthy employer, police said. Heinz Alfred Eberhardt, 46, a German immigrant, was booked last Friday after the noriatal poisoning of Wendell Martin, in his 70s, a Beverly Hills resident, according to detective Mike McMullen.

hands and legs were temporarily paralyzed from the posioning, McMullen said. McMullen said Eberhardt is also being questioned about the 1965 poisoning of George Morgan, in his 80s, who at the time lived in Pacific Palisades, although the statute of limitations has expired in that case. The detective said Morgan, who now lives in Beverly Hills, was paralyzed by the poisoning. His niece, sister and two female nurses were also hospitalized from arsenic. Eberhardt at the time was employed as a male nurse by Morgan, according to the Los Angeles Police Department.

net more than $100,000 from the show after expenses. was mostly injury to our Leiger said. were hoping the kids would respect public equipment more than they Liegler noted that different groups attract different crowds. It was a Who concert in 1970 numerous and a five-year ban on rock concerts in the city-owned facility. Police arrested 112 young persons during concert and cited numerous others under the new liberalized marijuana law.

One officer was seriously injured during a parking lot fray that erupted after dark between police and gate crashers. Committee 'Corks' i Bottle, Can Proposal SACRAMENTO (AP) A bill banning use of no-deposit, no-return soft drink and beer containers in California ran into a roadblock Tuesday in a state Senate committee. The measure by Sen. Omei Rains, D-Ventura, stalled on a 4-4 vote in the Senate Natural Resources and Wildlife Committee. At least five aye votes were needed to approve the proposal.

Committee members then voted 5-3 to reconsider the bill at a later date. Blast Fatal To 4 Laid To Pollution Control System REDDING (AP) An explosion and fire that killed four workers and injured 11 others in a particle board factory near here Tuesday was blamed by a company spokesman on a new air pollution control system. we just had the old system, this have happened in my opinion. This have happened three or four years said Ed Shaw, operations manager for U.S. Plywood Corp.

The blaze destroyed most of the Novoply particle board plant, but an adjacent lumber mill and plywood plant were not damaged. Shaw said the sparks from a fire in a drier were sucked into the air pollution control system, designed to suck dust through pneumatic tubes into air bags like a giant vacuum cleaner. An explosion in the air bag house was so powerful, he said, it pushed burning material back down the vacuum tubes to the where boards are formed from wood chips and glue. All four bodies were found near the forming line, Shaw said. Dale Watson, Shasta County sanitarian who oversees air pollution control, declined comment.

I know anything about how the fire started, I really comment on it at Watson said. Shaw said the blast will idle a force of 120 hourly workers and 23 supervisors. Ir addition to the 11 injured workmen, Rudy Zoellmer, 40. assistant chief of the Cascade Fire District, was hospitalized with a leg injury from falling debris. Some of the injured were taken to burn centers in'San Francisco and Chico.

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