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November 22, 1987

Clyde L. Cronkhite, a former Los Angeles deputy police chief, is expected to assume his new post as chief of the troubled Santa Ana Police Department on Monday. He was chosen late last month from among 60 applicants to fill the $85,000-a-year post vacated by Raymond C. Davis, who retired in April. A lingering contract dispute has led in recent months to a work slowdown among the department's 370 officers and 200 civilian employees.

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