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Santa Ana Orange County Register (Newspaper) - April 29, 1992, Santa Ana, California Sports show accent Kings skate out of playoff but clippers still contenders/c1 Haw bout Howie on of stage hot comic comes calling/f4 r-t-3-,a. Few quote k a a if Ipi a. 1 what away to work Outwater exercise less stressfui/e1a find i Bie from Truno charge to see credit report/d1 the county wed Ispay evening april 29, 1992 front runners win handily in Pennsylvania the associated press Bill Clinton Waves to supporters tuesday in Boston. His win in the Pennsylvania primary was attributed partly to his ignoring Jerry Brown. Clinton turns to work of nominee by John King the associated press Washington a Bill Clinton carried momentum from a Pennsylvania landslide into meetings with congressional democrats today asking them to Reform Campaign and budget Laws and promising a White House partnership with legislators if he beats president Bush. Quot what they want is a Leader quot the All but certain democratic nominee said after his meeting with democratic lawmakers part of Clinton s efforts to rally the party around his candidacy. Quot they be had three years now of a president with no plan who governs by veto and blames everyone else for the problems of the Clinton came to Capitol Hill fresh from a rout of Jerry Brown in Pennsylvania that cemented his grip on the nomination. House democratic leaders said Clinton s session with them was overwhelmingly positive and predicted he would gain a string of new endorsements. Quot i think hell pick up a sizeable number of people today quot said House majority Leader Richard Gephardt. Quot i heard in that room a tremendous amount of excitement about his candidacy about serving with him As a the session came a Day after Clinton beat Brown 57 percent to 26 percent in Pennsylvania. Bush won an even bigger landslide in the gop primary getting 77 percent to 23 percent for Pat Rick Buchanan. Brown and Buchanan gamely pledged today to fight on although the Republican challenger acknowledged that quot it looks like George Bush is going to be the nominee no doubt about Buchanan said he hoped for a prime time Slot to address the Republican National convention. Brown blasted a $9 million Republican fund raising dinner tuesday night As an quot obscene spectacle quot and said his was please see primary/4 gala president s dinner gives critics lie Artburn Bush unrepentant about fund Raiser by Michael wines the new York times Washington a president Bush waxed effusive about quot a Miracle called America quot and deftly separated 4,300 Republican loyalists from about $9 million of their Money tuesday night. But he might pay a political Price for his performance at a fund raising event for Republican congressional candidates called the quot president s the dinner once proudly billed As the largest fund Raiser in history emerged this week As a political and Public relations problem for Bush who is seeking to portray himself As the opponent of entrenched political interests. To critics that image did not Square with tuesday night s dinner at which individuals Trade breakdown what contributors received for their Money/12 groups political action committees and companies paid $1,500 to $400,000 to mingle and Dine with Bush s senior staff and nearly the entire Republican membership of the House and Senate sprinkled throughout the Washington convention Center. In an apparent Effort to distance Bush from the event a huge sign Reading quot Bush Quayle 92," which had been Hung prominently in the dinner Hall monday next to an enormous Model of the White House had been removed from Public View tuesday night. One official said it had been taken Down for fear that it might drop on someone. But other participants said the sign was removed because the dinner was not actually raising Money for Bush s Campaign. Please see Bush/12 la t the associated pres president Bush is toasted by Carol vender Jagt wife of rep. Guy Vander Jagt r-mich., at president s dinner on tuesday night. Of gop chiefs did t answer dinner belly Danielle Herubin the Orange county Register Washington a the president s dinner billed As the biggest fund Raiser in us history included 4,300 of the nation s elite republicans a virtual gop who s who list. Missing however were the stalwarts who make up the who s who of Orange county Republican party faithful. You would to for example have caught a glimpse of Costa Mesa businessmen George a gyros or Gavin Herbert who recently met privately with presi please see l0cau12 23 cents freeway work poses deadly peril in of Drivers Call narrower 1-5 lanes Hazard by Kathryn Cave the Orange county Register on a daily basis traffic flows Down the Santa Ana freeway like a country Stream. But some motorists say cruising the intersection where the 1-5 meets the Garden Grove freeway is More like White water rapids a hazardous. Construction to Widen the area leading up to the quot Orange crush quot where the 1-5 and 22 meet the Orange 57 freeway a rated among the nation s top 10 busiest traffic Sites a has forced Crews to narrow lanes by As much As 2 feet. Before construction the lanes each measured 12 feet. Two months ago Crews tightened the two inside lanes to 10 feet each. The slow Lane one of two in which trucks Are required to drive is 11 feet wide. Dale Eugene Reese 71, was driving his motor Home in the slow Lane monday when his vehicle bounced off the crash Wall and please see 1-5/12 worker Dies after being struck on 57by Erin Kelly the Orange county Register Fullerton a a 36-year-old freeway construction worker on his first night on the Job was struck and killed by a suspected Drunken Driver late tuesday. Hugo Milton Sandoval of los Angeles the father of four children was killed when a 33-year-old Pomona Man crashed through barriers along the northbound Orange 57 freeway at 10 45 . Tuesday. Driver Jeffrey Charles Mon Nette 33, remained hospitalized in serious condition today at Uci medical Center s intensive care unit. He was arrested on suspicion of Drunken driving and vehicular manslaughter the California Highway patrol said. Sandoval the third Southern California freeway worker to die in two Days was a newly hired employee of Ball Ball Brosamer construction of Danville which please see worker/12 m couple pair in Accident in t sure what happened/12 a death Man s apparent suicide ties up 1-5 traffic for an hour/12 state farm agrees to record settlement $157 million to be paid to 814 women in discrimination suit More than 800 women who claimed they were denied jobs As agents with state farm insurance cos. Because of their sex will share $157 million in the biggest sex discrimination settlement in us history. Quot i think this sends a pretty powerful message. This is substantial Money quot said Guy Saperstein the lawyer who headed the 13-year fight against the nation s largest Carrier of Auto and Homeowner insurance. The court supervised settlement announced tuesday ends a Case that began with a lawsuit filed by Muriel Kraszewski who said eight state farm offices rejected her As an agent despite her 12 years of experience in insurance sales. In 1985, a Federal judge found that state farm discriminated against women in the hiring of agents in California. In 1988, the company settled with Kraszewski and two other women for $1.2 million. That agreement also set up a system to allow other California women to file claims and forced state farm to hire women for 50 percent of its agent jobs for 10 years. The latest settlement will be shared by 814 California women. Each will get at least $150,000, and the average will be about $193,000, Saperstein said. The amount is the largest sex discrimination settlement in us history according to Saperstein and Tanya Brown a spokeswoman for the equal employment Opportunity commission in Washington. State farm settled because quot More Money was going to the system and the Legal process than the claimants. We were interested in getting this Over with and getting the Money to the truly injured quot spokesman Jim Stahly said. A state regulation bars state farm from raising its rates to pay the full Story see Page d1 composer Messiaen artist Bacon die Olivier Messiaen who Drew inspiration from Oriental music Bir Calls and deep religious Faith in becoming one of the most important and influential French composers of the 20th Century died in his sleep at his Paris Home. He was 83. And Francis Bacon whose disturbing paintings of humanity in despair ranked him among Britain s greatest 20th-Century artists died of a heart attack while vacationing in details see Page b7 a news today/2 state/3 a metro obituaries/7 edltorlals/8-9 a sports a business also Foode accent comics crossword amp horoscope/4-5f/show show times/6-9 televlslon/10-12g/hometech classlfied/2 crossword/8 phone number follows you anywhere in us at amp to offering portable 700 service for travelling purposes�1992, the Orange county Register 13 sections 140 pages classified 558-3311 circulation 972-9800infollne 550-info info line dlrectory/b5 other phone numbers/a2_ weather/details/b4 Low Clouds and fog along the coast. Elsewhere partly Cloudy and cooler. Coast 70/63 Inland 80/55from Register news services new York american Telephone amp Telegraph co. On tuesday introduced permanent portable Long distance Telephone numbers for people who want to be reached easily whether at Home in the office on the Highway or out of town. Called easy reach 700, the new service will allow customers to use a single Telephone number As they travel. The service which works within the Mainland United states differs from Standard Call forwarding because subscribers May choose which Calls will follow them. Under the plan subscribers would be assigned a permanent Long distance number that begins with "700." unlike most traditional area codes the 700 does not identify a location and the numbers would remain with the subscribers As Long As they live or until they grow dissatisfied with the service. The "700 code allows for 6 million possible phone numbers nearly 10 million Are mathematically possible but some numbers Are reserved for other uses. The easy reach program will Cost $7 a month plus a one time charge of $25 for the personal phone number which can be adapted like vanity automobile License plates to contain messages such As 700-Callmom. It does not require a separate line or an extra phone but subscribers to Sci and sprint must first dial into the at amp to network to use the service. Callers will be billed at fixed rates rather than according to distance. State to state rates will be 25 cents a minute from 8 . To 5 . Monday through Friday and 15 cents a minute at other times comparable to or slightly More expensive than regular toll Calls. Prices for in state Calls will vary and will be set by local Telephone companies. The new service available june 15, allows subscribers to program any phone to receive a redirected Call from a residence or business phone. The easy reach subscriber dials "0-700," then the personal number then a four digit personal identification number then "1," then the quot Pound sign quot and finally the number to which Calls Are to go. Unlike Call forwarding the new service permits Call forwarding at the subscribers discretion As Many times As they wish. The new service can be programmed from any touch tone phone which is far More Cove please see phones/12 y i i

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