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Anaheim Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 9, 1991, Anaheim, California 9, 1991 23 0 clouds and warm temperatures are in the forecast for today High 88 Low 61 postpones Thomas confirmation L. York Times News After a day of emotional debate over one of the most politically charged issues before it in recent the Senate on Tuesday night agreed to postpone until next Tuesday the vote on the confirmation of Judge Clarence Thomas to the Supreme White House to the delay to allow time for the Judiciary Committee to hold hearings into accusations of sexual harassment that have set off a storm of outrage against the and caused many to demand closer scrutiny of highly unusual delay in the confirmation process resulted from the dramatic and carefully presented public accusation on Monday by Anita F. a law professor at the of Oklahoma and a former Thomas decision to delay came more than two hours after the original 6 p.m. deadline for the vote had George J. the majority stepped onto the Senate floor and said that there were too many lingering questions about allegations against Thomas to call a vote Tuesday delay important to the integrity of the the integrity of the confirmation the integrity of the Supreme Court and the integrity of the individuals Bob the Republican also called for a but only until He that Republicans were He said Republicans did not hold the Senate to a vote Tuesday night on because the tide was running so strongly against Thomas that he might have been rejected the the charges of sexual harassment against who has vehemently denied will be examined in hearings during the next week under ground rules that were being negotiated Tuesday explaining the Dole said that some of his Republican colleagues have rolled the dice at 6 But he in a candid couldn't put together 60 votes at 6 seemed to be that it was a gamble that should not he adding that questions probably should be Gangwer Anaheim pedestrian walks by the end of Anaheim Museum's wall an Art in Public Places the benefactors receive group's already eager for Stephen Quartararo doesn't have any doubts that there's a demand for affordable housing in the a day after his 208-unit project was approved by the planning he had already started to receive calls from people who want to live in the city's first modern tenement housing project for the working the waiting list could be quickly filled by thousands of Anaheim residents and tourist industry employees who earn minimum wage and need affordable said vice president of and property owners Linvest Partners have formed a Stadium Park West to develop the project in a vacant two-story office building at 1360 S. Anaheim hopes the development will be as successful as a similar the Peachtree Inn in San which drew a waiting list of more than 5,000 people within three months of its Diego has pioneered occupancy hotels that feature small living units with basic But his partnership can pioneer the county's first occupancy hotel project for minimum wage and low income Quartararo Park West's plans to convert two-story office buildings into three-story residential complexes have drawn the best aspects out of four similar San Diego Planning commissioners unanimously approved the project Monday after touring the occupancy hotel in San project will transform the 2.39-acre former office site into a complex with a large recreational area and 208 small The 160- to 220-square-foot units will feature a twin or double built-in clothes countertop and ceiling fan and complex can be a benefit to developers because they can build more units than apartment owners while greatly reduced rents are offered to half of the units will be Please see About two years restaurant owner Rufino Chammas commissioned a Las Vegas artist to paint a mural the ruins of the fountains of Trevi and the last days of Pompeii on his restaurant artist Mario mural has won praise from nearly every walked into the restaurant at 938 S. Euclid Chammas was astonished when he heard that the city's Art in Public Places committee had nominated his business for one of the group's annual was among six business leaders who were honored Tuesday by the Anaheim Arts Council for their contributions to providing art in public Commerce National Anaheim's Holiday Station Post Carl Karcher Wells Fargo Bank and Anaheim Museum also were lauded for private artworks they have contributed to or awards are given annually by the Anaheim Arts based largely on nominations from the A 10-member committee investigated the art work and honor each of the said Julie Art in Public Places business community recognizes the value of installing art in their Mayer Commerce National Bank continuously displays lithographs and sculptures in the bank's lobby at 3800 E. La Palma Ave. Artists who have work on displease see drowns in backyard challenge school's schedule M. Francis Scott Key Elementary School teachers and parents Tuesday voiced concern over the proposed of their school to a year-round City School District trustees and administrators discussed the possibility of transforming Patrick Henry and John Marshall schools to schedules to relieve overcrowding and projected growth for the nekt five six elementary schools originally were considered for year-round Superintendent Meliton three would suffice for the 1992-93 school a Key doesn't want her school switched to a year-round see When Phu Vu returned home from work Monday and didn't find his infant daughter in her he was five minutes of frantically searching the house he found her face down at the bottom of the unfenced backyard jumped right in and picked her I tried to resuscitate She didn't have a I pumped her stomach and chest I thought she was going to make said the 27-year-old Anaheim man as he fought back Cindy Vu couldn't be revived and she died at Anaheim Memorial just a block away from her said his elder who routinely babysits his daughter while he and his wife had put the child to sleep around 3 p.m. and gone outside to do But the child got up and wandered out of her parent's bedroom and into the pool area apparently looking for Vu members don't know how long the girl was in the Vu found a blanket in which Cindy was wrapped which she usually tagged along after she woke up floating on the pool believe the girl may have tripped on her blanket and fallen into the pool as she walked near its she walked very She knew to stay away from the pool and was learning how to said Vu's who lives with the time of the drowning there were two other relatives in the Chieu Vu's 11-year-old daughter was watching television and a 20-year-old cousin was studying in a back he feels terrible I Please see Freedom High's girls tennis team narrowly defeats 11 in an important Empire League news 69, No. 43; 2 20 No. 1 on Garlock Fault ANGELES A fault that stretches from California's agricultural heartland to Death Valley could produce a damaging earthquake measuring 7.8 on the Richter a new study study deals with the 154-mile-long Garlock which passes near Edwards Air Force the China Lake Naval Weapons the Fort Irwin Military Barstow and Garlock southwestern end intersects the San Andreas Fault at Tejon where the artist Christo is deploying 1,760 giant yellow umbrellas as part of his international art The pass is about 35 miles south of Bakersfield at the south end of the San Joaquin the center of California's farm the entire fault ruptured at a the resulting quake would in said the study by Sally F. of California State San and Kerry of the California Institute of Technology in would not be surprised if that earthquake generated some loss of life and considerable damage to said whose study will be published in an upcoming issue of the Journal of Geophysical worst damage probably would occur in where would expect some as many as 2,500 injuries and the collapse of brick buildings and some structures built during the 1960s and 1970s, said Deputy Fire Chief Michael the city's emergency services planners in Ridgecrest and Barstow said they expect few deaths and only minor to moderate damage because their cities have few vulnerable buildings made of taller than two levels or built before modern construction previously believed the Garlock could produce big but the study of geological traces left by prehistoric quakes reveals the of future By showing the fault produced big quakes during the past 1,000 the study the fault in the same category as most of the state's historically destructive Sieh Garlock Fault consists of three The study found that if each segment ruptured western from Tejon Pass to would produce a Besides McGill said damage would be likely in Mojave and central from Cantil to the China Irwin would generate a McGill said Ridgecrest probably would sustain some building eastern from China Irwin to Death would generate a quake measuring 6.6 to 6.9, probably not enough to produce heavy damage in Barstow and McGill don't know how soon the western and eastern segments might produce big But there is a 5 percent to 10 percent chance of a major jolt on the central segment within 30
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