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Corona Daily Independent (Newspaper) - June 8, 1976, Corona, California thief you off last week your citizen's band and now a guy you don't know wants to sell you what appears to be an excellent set for a very take a close look advises Corona Asst. Police Chief He may be the guy who ripped off your CB set to sell it to the fellow who lost the the guy is now offering to says Heckert and Chief Jack that the theft and resale of citizen's band radios a highly profitable and sophisticated purchased will range in cost from to can put over in a If you go said the costly sets can be taken from a parked motor vehicle just as as a cheap set and can be a lot more And the thief is hard to particularly if car is parked in 9 public It only takes a minute or two for thief to get inside the average car and the an effort to break up the business in city radio starts working special night hours on stakeout at likely places where such thefts could officers are guided in their choice by police will review records and mark the sections where the greatest activity is at the long and lonely work and the payoff is but detectives are doing police detectives captured two groups of persons who making a business out of CB About a half a dozen persons were in each of them were young males and That is true of most of the CB thieves operating in the past three vehicle have reported the theft of 66 CB an average of 22 That is nearly a a month With that kind of the thief can pop a number of pills or feed other police the thief doesn't get all that He has to share the profit with a fence has to be an declared tells of a trucker who has been offering to install a set in a He's the cut rate fence that picks up a set from a group of thieves in one city and takes them to another perhaps out of the and Install says that the theft of the sets has the number of and stereo units being stolen a few months the car from which the set is stolen is the theft a a If the car is not the theft is a grand also a No. 255 June 8,1976 a YORK UPI - The Houston Rockets kicked off the 1976 NBA college draft today by selecting Maryland All-American John a 674guard who averaged 19.9 points a game last story on Page 7),_ STEVE WAL Ohio - Two persons were killed and 17 two when a bus carrying students to a school for the mentally retarded collided with a hit a steel pole and overturned today on the city's west victims as Evelyn the driver and Glen 10, a Pa. - A federal grand jury five meh in a nationwide million inr fraud at leasts indictment charged the two of them already in with 3t4 counts of mail fraud and two counts of conspiracy to participate in - Prime Minister Fidel Castro has denied any link between the Cuban government and the assassination of President Havana sewer maintenance charge for build in the if approved by the have been proposed Jim Wheaton to balance Wheaton said he has red ink in the the prepare the city general fund fiscal year 1976-77., says using those rather than hiking the general property tax will be in keeping with the city council's desire for no increase in that The new on which would amount to about on a would that allows owner of a new home in some cases to avoid paying taxes on iit for over a although the is providing Wheaton 1 The sewer fee hike would the new tax in the but that it went in this year because of a and the impact of city council has limited lo 900 the number of building permits available in 1976 and 1977'. Beaton estimates that about 500 would have the tax imposed on at the time they are taken this year would be tax would be paid by whoever takes out the whether it is the builder of a large or small or an individual meeting federal requirements expected to become effective under grant being sought tq expand Revenue generated would be requirements say that the full cost of operating the improvement be imposed on has presented year's budget the detailed breakdown of each division's cost that went along with past he new descriptions outlining each department's have been The change will make it easier Neb. - Carli Ann ago for her part in a rampage in which she says she had no today granted a by the Nebraska Parole Board can become ordinary dumpy was a 14-year-old junior high school student when she Charles Starkweather on a 1958 killing spree through Nebraska and Wyoming that 10 person nine in the Lincoln area one in CHIEF HERB SAMMIS MAKES A TEST On one of 46 vote counters to be officials se f for HENRY 3,000 election throughout Riverside County were poised early today for their biggest election day job in two years as they readied for the 1976 California 200 workers are preparing to start counting the ballots just as soon as the polls close at 8 Herbert head of - A young dragged kicking and screaming from a Woolworth's Department Store on a downtown mall 15 hours after he armed himself in the sporting goods department and man was apparently unhurt and no one else was hit by the shots fired from inside the store during the nightlong siege by The mall had been cleared of shoppers when the shooting began late Wis. - David S. Fine today pleaded guilty to reduced federal in connection 1970 of Wisconsin bombing in which a researcher was 24, guilty pleas to charges of conspiracy and to avoid He could receive up to 10 yearS in prison and a election workers will be up most of the night ground out computers the He expects the count to be complete by about 3 a.m. and computer printouts to be ready for distribution to vote counting machines have been set up in three locations in ' the Twenty-four are in Twelve are at Hemet and 10 are at election department is expecting a 72 to 75 per cent turnout of the registered voters in the county by the time the polls close estimated there are approximately 208,000 registered voters in Riverside began here and elsewhere in the county at 7 a.m. said that special printouts will to the Unified School District Board of Education from time to time to aware of the trend of voting on a million school bond r bulletins will be sent to national wire service computers in New York from time to and the wire services will use the information to compile their projections of the will be no counting of votes in Corona Marked ballots from the city's 25 precincts will be delivered to Corona Plaza parking lot for transportation to the department in Riverside immediately after the polls county supervisor's race has particular interest for Corona voters Jra cilman and former is one of four candidates for the district one seat to be vacated by Jones at the first of the new is locked in a major batUe with Walt an Arlington businessman and a member of Riverside City to win Also contending for the spot Dave an Arlington furniture store and Henry a title company executive in elections department office at 4175-Main Riversider will have facilities available to the raising them from to for the average Wheaton proposed m a streamlined form - stands an increase of or per over year's adopted The budget size will change if ongoing negotiations in pay majority of the expenses in the proposed general fund budget are in totaling or 72.1 per cent of the reason for the relatively anall increase in this year's budget is that a federal employment program which added 42^ workers mainly to city and wastewater will only be in effect for three months of the next fiscal severe reductions in city services are although the ending of the CETA ( Comprehensive Employment program will have influence on the ability of service to be sustained at Wheaton said in his budget message to the budget has been sent to the council for but date has been set for formal consideration at a major increase over last year's budget is in the cost of collection and treatment of because of the growing lead being placed on the city's sewage treatment plant with increased effluent That item has risen from last year to in the proposed the new building permit tax and the sewer charge hike would kill two birds with one Wheaton Besides helping to balance the Wheaton the permit tax would undo the ill effects for the city resulting from 'a tax assessment method that homes to stand for months before increase in the sewer maintenance fee would be spent in the area of wastewater where the large increase has taken Such an increase would be in with the council's decision that wastewater handling should be paid for by not property Wheaton doing its part to the if the council feels cuts are Wheaton intention is to focus on the important aspects of the Wheaton said he also wants in years to a category to the to show whether the goals are being high pri a I ELAINE H school officials are seeking a person to fill the newly created position of principal of a vocational high school scheduled to begin operation here in Unified School District has approved the job classification for the school to be located on the current site of Kimbell Continuation High behind the Education Center on Buena Vista Austin assistant superintendent of told the school board that the program to be offered at the new school will be designed for the general education student Who in program he can identify outlined current programs available for high school students with vocational he noted that they are all aimed at specific students with of what the district officials choose to call an high according tb Dr. is based on studies conducted by a task force created for high school to participate in competitive sports for another said that if the students at the continuation school who are there for behavioral are moved to another the vocational school could accommodate about 300 high school estimate of the Kimbell students are there for the opportunity it presently Supt. Charles Terrell said that a questions still have to be in particular how to divide the students at how to select the with the two comprehensive high schools in the board members agreed that H be to move ahead without a and so the was approved to seek out a principal to develop and coordinate the salary will be restricted to thp level of a senior high school vice principal because of the relative figures will be posted the night as long as the counting of ballots to heavy trends varied this - ' - 3t four widely separated places reports ranging At Junior High W. - 5-6 said voting was heavy from the Good opening hour at 7 a.m. until about 10, when the trend About 20 cent of the had their ballots by Television At Parkridge Elementary on assessments are made in March each Although an owner would be paying on hiis if his home was after March 1, he won't be assessed until the next year for the and his actual obligation to won't arise until Wheaton result is that the new during that time is putting a strain on city but ntit helping to pay for Wheaton this an tax ' The tax be r each and 'the rhome would only be for 75 cent of its fair market One the land has all morning with a sudden heavy spurt about 11 at Corona Junior at and the tempo reported as usually get our heaviest during the polling place ' Lemon at Chase and the pace was night and low otherwise variable high and ler through noon temperature was 79, after an overnight low of 47; Yesterday's high was 76. in the precinct had cast to alternative that combines individualized instruction with the opportunity to Work for either pay or school to Dr. concept is to be to provide a higher level of counseling than is now available to students and of career he is not a for students with but for said Dr. te orn told the that he sees no reason why students at the vocational participate in band of athletic activities atthe other arrangements Corona Hm would have to be has short CIF only far rules to be altered to variances from allow for students enrolled at the boord to meet Planning tonight at 7:30 p.m. in the
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