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Santa Ana Register (Newspaper) - September 24, 1972, Santa Ana, California
Quot the Luton that Yon glorify in your mind the Ideal that Yon a throne in year heart a Thia Yon Anil build your Ufa by Thlu you will a Jame Allen be in metropolitan Orange county s watchful newspaper 17 sections�?302 Paget Orange county California sunday september 24, 1972 daily 10c�?sunday 25e 67th year number 300 of cities asked to merge ideas countywide Council eyed Honor guard awaits Cue for 21-gun Salute As last respects paid saturday at services in Cypress As manhunt goes on throngs mourn slain detective re lev of n by Ygnacio Nanette Hain Polick officer s widow embraces Tou Noest son at graveside services an psf Imoto 1,600 friends Kek shoes and Folk officers attended funeral bacterial agent May prove to be cancer breakthrough Oak Ridge Tenn. Up a scientists any they have found a bacterial agent that is a Aioo per cent effective against cancer in animals and will soon begin full fledged testing on humans. Or. Michael Hanna jr., head of immunology at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory said some limited preliminary testing on humans has been dope with the agent called bog in California and France. He said scientists May begin treating cancer patients with big within the next few months. A it has been too per cent effective in animals. And in humans in the cases done it is Good enough to say that it is the most encouraging thing to come along in a Long time a Hanna said. A we need about five years vib Register to begin daily sweepstakes if you be got our number you can win up to Sim next week in the first week of the registers 13-week to Magazine sweepstakes. Total weekly prize Money is $1,500. Its Hie easiest Way we know of to win Money All Hie has to do is Check a number which will be printed on the to Magazine cover each sunday beginning oct i. Beginning monday oct 2, a list of to winning numbers will be published each Day in the Register. One of the numbers will be Worth Sim of the nine other numbers one will be Worth 150, two will to Worth $20 each and six will be Worth Sio each. All that is necessary is to Check the numbers printed each Day and compare those with the number which is printed on the cover of the to Magazine in the previous sunday Register. If the number on your sunday to Magazine matches any of the numbers published during the following week the Winner need Only bring the Magazine into the Register office within 24 hours to claim his prize. In other words a winning number published monday must be claimed before 5 . Tuesday. Winning numbers published Friday or saturday May be claimed Tho following monday by 5 . We even make it easier for those unable to claim their prize in person. A Winner May Send ids to Magazine cover to the Register by registered mail. Send it to the Register promotion department 625 n. Grand to drawer 11626, Santa Ana. Calif. S2711. Claims sent by mail must be postmarked the Day following publication of the winning numbers. Be sure to Check the list of winning numbers each Day in the Register and save that cover on the sunday to Magazine. It May be your ticket to Hoo. Copies of the to Magazine cover also May be picked up at the registers main office at 625 n. Grand Santa Ana and a daily list of Lucky numbers also Nill to posted in Tho Register lobby. Of study and research on humans has Only been made in the last two years. We really cannot Tell what degree of Success it will have until it is done on a broader scale a Hanna said. Following the announcement callers from around the world besieged the Oak Ridge research facility saturday seeking More information on what could be a breakthrough in the fight against cancer. Scientists began charting the lengthy course of study and tests required to see whether a bacterial agent proven effective against the disease in animals would work just As Well on humans. Although bacterial agent bog has been used on humans in limited experiments Only scientists Hope to step up that program in the near future. A we have been flooded with Calls from All Over the world a David Sundberg head of Public information at Oak turn to Page a12 column i by con Bliss Register staff writer Anaheim a a Good dedicated copy was buried saturday. To was 45-Yoar-old Buena Park detective Darrel c. A a buds Cato gunned Dows thursday la Anaheim a i questioning a sexual assault suspect. The slain officers attractive widow and five children stood proudly beside caters Flag draped casket shaking hands with hundreds of friends relatives and Law enforcement officers who paid final tribute to their fallen Comrade. A thank you so much for coming a mrs. Cate repeated As the throngs marched inside the Church of Jesus Christ of latter Day saints 4000 w. Orange ave., where the funeral services were held saturday afternoon. The 1,000-capacity Church overflowed with people most of them police officers representing 50 different Law enforcement agencies in Orange county and Southern California. Officers came to mourn from As far North As Santa Barbara and As far South As Coronado. At the funeral in their red and White football jerseys were tearful members of the Junior All american football league team that Cate had coached in Stanton. Aud there were representatives of at least two motorcycle clubs there too. While the assemblage stood outside waiting to single file inside a Angel i a the Anaheim police helicopter circled overhead. A Bud Cate loved Law a said Tim Smith a Friend of caters who spoke at the ceremonies. A the loved it with All his heart. He also loved people and he was a great great Haws Marble another Friend of the slain officer spoke at the services. A Bud Cate taught his children Well. If every child on Earth had a father like Bud there to much need for Tho Law enforcement the motorcade that led to Forest Lawn memorial Park in Cypress where the 16-year Veteran police officer was buried included at least too police motorcycles and probably a like number of police cars. At the graveside services Cate was Given a 21-gun Salute by fellow police officers. The sound of taps ended the ceremony which was attended by an estimated 1,600. The Man suspected of killing the Buena Park detective is 37-year-old Herman Lee Clouston of 939 s. Emerald St., Anaheim where Cate was shot in the head and Chest. Clouston object of one of the most intensive manhunt in Orange county a history fled the scene after the shooting and slipped through police dragnet in Orange and los Angeles counties at least a half dozen times since the thursday slaying. Weary Law officers Friday checked out More than 150 a a tips As to the fugitives whereabouts in the Buena Park area after conducting numerous House to House turn to Page a2, column 6 by Stan Oftelie Register staff write Newport Beach in a precedent shattering decision Orange county a mayors and supervisors saturday called for the first Ever general Assembly of City councils to study a proposed countywide intergovernmental coordinating Council. The oct. 30 general Assembly at Costa Mesa City Hall will be what supervisor Ronald Caspers called a the last orientation before cities decide if they will join the regional problem solving Agency. The coordinating Council approved in principle by a unanimous voice vote of the supervisors and mayors conference Samco a saturday is billed As a voluntary Agency designed to provide a forum for planning discussion and study of regional problems. The immediate thrust of the inc would be studies of transportation. Housing open space and other problems that transcend City limits lines. If City councils and supervisors approve the Agency Orange county a 97 special districts and 33 school districts May be invited to participate in the Council. Caspers a savings and loan executive As Well As a county supervisor labelled the Ioc As a business merger. A this is really the Businesslike approach to government that the Public has been clamouring for a Caspers said. A it is in the truest sense a merger a a merger of thoughts and ideas on problems we in government Are trying to Orange mayor Jess Perez suggested a twofold goal for the merger delivering better services to taxpayers at a lower Cost and producing problem solving methods that avoid duplication of Effort and services. Perez specific goals were not included in a joint Powers funding contract for the inc because Orange councilman Don Smiths regional government committee thought it would be better to state tip inc purpose in general terms. A it was the feeling of the committee that the Council itself should develop the purpose in depth a Smith said. A this should be elaborated on in the bylaws which would be adopted immediately after the Council has been the role the inc will play in the county mice it is created sparked debate among Sam co officials but the bulk of the hassle was postponed until the bylaws showdown scheduled for some time in december. County administrative officer Robert Thomas warned Samco officials not to make the Ioc a a dumping ground for every problem somebody wants to he warned the Ioc a could be paralysed by hot potatoes if every City Council refers its knot Tiest problems to the coordinating Council simply to get the pressure of Public opinion out of City Council Chambers. Yorba Linda mayor Rudy Castro raised another fundamental question facing the inc when he focused on the advisory rather than mandatory aspects of the joint Power agreement. By making the initial inc simply an advisory Agency Castro said its non binding recommendations could be discarded or ignored by a recalcitrant City Council. The inc would be helpless to Force the Issue. Rather than an advisory turn the Page a12 column i 900 feet from top Al Capitan fall strands climber where to find it Bridges aia Jean dixon�?c8 building amp real military beat�?b5 estate Section i miss service�?a5 business names in news�?a8 science focus finance focus sports�?di-12 classified�?e3 temperatures�?b3 Cracker to Heaters crumbs Al 8 Leisure time crossword�?a5 to travel Date-line�?a7 Leisure time dear abby�?a7 trouble shooter Al editorial focus women s funeral notices�?e3 news Section j Garden Section i worry clinic�?b2 Yosemite National Park up a team of Veteran Rock climbers inched their Way Down the sheer face of Al Capitan Mountain saturday in an attempt to reach a climber stranded 900 feet from the top after he broke his leg in a fall. The stranded climber and his companion set out to climb the 3,000-foot Granite Monolith sept. 7 and hoped to reach the top about sept. 25. At Camp five on what climbers refer to As the a nose route a he fell and fractured a leg. The Rescue team was ferried to the top of Al Capitan in a helicopter from Hamilton air Force base. The Veteran Park service climbers lowered themselves Over the Edge and began their descent 3 pos Hanoi release stalled Vientiane up a so Viet Airliner arrived in Vientiane from Hanoi saturday but the three . Prisoners of War released by North Vietnam to an american Antiwar activist group were not on Board As expected. There was no definite word on when they would come out. Two Antiwar activists who flew out on the Aeroflot plane said the released pos had remained behind in Hanoi with their escorts although a it h e y or e very anxious to come one said the pos were told Friday night that they would not be leaving saturday As they expected. But the two were unclear about the reasons for the delay. The . Mission Here made elaborate arrangements for the expected return of air Force maj. Edward k. Elias of Valdosta ga., and Navy its. . Markham l. Gart Ley of Dunedin Fla. And Norris a. Charles of san Diego turn to Page a2, column 7 to the injured climber Al mid afternoon. Once the nature of the free Ture was determined the rotate team was to make a decision whether to lower the injured climber t the Bottom or carry him to the top either of which could take up to two Days. A a it a quite a task a said Ranger Don Shooly. Al Capitan was first climbed in 1958 by a team led by Veteran climber a ire Harding. The a nose route on which the unidentified climber was stranded is one of the More popular climbing routes on the Mountain which rises vertically from the floor of Yosemite Valley. A cd another Day of hazy Sunshine is forecast for Orange county today. Highs Are expected to Range from 75 at the beaches where morning Low Clouds will prevail to about 83 in Inland areas. Overnight lows will be about 63. For late reports on Orange county weather and Highway conditions Call 547-0501. Temperatures the following temperatures were recorded during the last 24 hours by the registers recording thermometer to. 76. 76 .73. 7? .49 �6. The6s High 78 Low 61 i . Yesterday. 61 i . 2 . 62 2 . 3 . 62 3 . 4 . .61 4 . 5 . 61 j . 4 . 7 . 61 6 . 61 7 . A . A . 62 . 9 . To . To . Ii . 73 noon 70 customers Lead fight to keep Small store open health officials revoke Anaheim grocer s permit by Jerry Ralya Register staff writer Anaheim Marvin Liles and his family have been Selling meat and groceries making friends at their Little neighbourhood Market for nearly 25 years. Now the friends Are rallying to Block a health department attempt to put the store out of business. A i was ready to quit a Ules said after he got the four Page certified letter from the Orange county health department revoking his food vending permit. A my customers let me so i decided to fight a said the 49-year-old grocer who has supported his wife Shirley and their four children with the family business the m and m Market at 500 s. Citron St. Scores of customers ranging from diaper Clad infants to senior citizens paraded at the store Friday with signs protesting the attempted closure. More than a Hundred children joined the protest after school was out. Fresh meat Cut to order was Liless specially. It Drew the business. Liles closed his meat department wednesday in an Effort to keep the rest of the store open. He said his doors will remain open a until they come and arrest Liles is no stranger to what he Calls the fight against bureaucracy. Six years ago he fought Anaheim City officials because he wanted to build a modern new grocery store on his Citron and Santa Ana Street Corner. He lost the Battle because of zoning restrictions and it Cost him $2,000 in designs and plans. Liles figures it also Cost him a heart attack. Son Greg now 25, ran the store for two years after Liles became ill. He still works part time As does daughter 23. A a in be worked Here since i was old enough to walk a said the pretty blonde. Currently in partnership with his father in operating the Market is Jeffrey 21, a the one with the Long hair a said his Mother who also works there part time. Son Scott 13, Hasni to yet broken in to the grocery business. A i warned him about it a said . The family lives at 1417 Birchmont drive in Anaheim. A a we be lived in California a Long while a said mrs. Liles. A a in a from Minnesota he a from Mississippi maybe Yufu noticed the Liles also owns but leases out two other grocery stores. One is in Anaheim. A the health department is starting to harass them now a he said. His other property is in another City. A i wont say where or be after that the original store building on the Corner was opened in 1923, and there Are customer who have traded at the grocery since then. Several charge accounts go Back 20 to 30 years. Above the stucco covered Brick store is an apartment. Next door is an old House which Liles converted to expand his store after his new building plans were killed. Railroad tracks run Down the Center of Santa Ane turn to Page a2, column i
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