Anaheim Bulletin, November 12, 1992

Anaheim Bulletin

November 12, 1992

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Issue date: Thursday, November 12, 1992

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Anaheim Bulletin (Newspaper) - November 12, 1992, Anaheim, California SNAPSHOT M. Loren Hernandez/North County News Joey Mark and Kristen Ashley Lewis, center, students from Betsy Ross Elementary School, enjoy the antics of two clowns after marching in the Special Olympics parade at Glover Stadium last week. ___ THURSDAY. NOV. 12. 1992 GOVERNMENTNOVA laments ban's liftFears vendors will litter streets By Dave Heitz North County News After losing yet another battle with the street vendors, members of Neighbors Opposed to Vendors in Anaheim say there is little they can do now to keep their neighborhoods clean. "I just hope we get something done about this before all the NOVA members move to another state," said Mike Kowalski, NOVA spokesman. An appellate court on Friday_ extended its order blocking en-~ forcement of a city law that prohibits vendors from selling in residential neighborhoods. The ordinance was passed in late August after NOVA members and other neighborhood groups asked city officials to keep the vendors out of residen- Please see VENDORS/7 ■a-«'""«3 Mayor in the making?Daly has long eyed Anaheim's top post By Dave Heitz North County News People have said that, on paper, President Bush • has outstanding qualifications for his job at the White House. Perhaps the same could be said about Tom Daly when it comes to being mayor of Anaheim. Theoretically, Bush has done all the right stuff, from being a war hero to director of the Central Intelligence Agency to vice president. His supporters argue that he has all the makings of a president. Here's Daly's resume: Har-. vard educated, lifelong Anaheim resident, an executive with Building Industry Association of America, which is a powerful Washington lobbying group. Here's the best part — when Mickey Mouse and friends decided to locate in Anaheim when Disneyland was completed in July 1955, little Tom was there in a stroller. "That's what my mom tells me, anyway. I don't remember it," Daly admits. Almost 40 years later, he has become Anaheim's top elected official, topping incumbent may- Please see DALY/2 TOM DALY Birthdate: July 26, 1954 Occupation: Director of Government Affairs with the Building Industry Association Education: Bachelor's degree in American Government, Harvard University Previous office: City Councilman, mayor pro-tem since '88 Marital status: Married to Debra Family: A daughter, Anna, 5; a son, Ryan, 2 (named after Angels pitcher Nolan Ryan) How long have you lived in Anaheim? Lifelong resident SPORTS Wfty-QÒt 1« ï*Jf*: STEPPING OUT Note meisters Barbershop quartet «sbaetiesstriye to . : reprise tunés, join j. friehdsïri sorig/29 : BUSINESSUndernew management Leadership-change at . AnaheirrijWarketplace seems to bode well -' for'vëhdors/6 ! RESCUE Stork sighting Luck played into scene of man who helped delver a breach baby/10 Doggy begone Orange County Animal Shelter hits airwaves,to find homes for pets/11 ÍNDEX Around town ...A16 Automotion B1 Classifieds ...A48 Legal ads....... A35 Milestones ...A20 Obituaries A4 Police report ... A4 Real Estate . .. .....C1 Viewpoints... ...A12 ;

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