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May 14, 1992 | NANCY HILL-HOLTZMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When 41st Assembly candidate Stu Stitch said crime was a key issue in the district, he wasn't talking about the riot-torn streets of Los Angeles, but about what happened a few days ago at his family's Malibu home. Stitch told an audience of Santa Monica Republicans this week about a burglar who confronted his mother at the bedroom table where she keeps her jewelry. "Luckily, she didn't put (her jewels) out that night," Stitch said. "This stranger was trying to violate our privacy by taking our stuff."
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May 30, 1992 | NANCY HILL-HOLTZMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The 41st Assembly District Republican primary is winding down in much the way it began: as a party credentials battle in which four men are attempting to portray front-runner Christine Reed of Santa Monica as too far removed from the conservative wing to be a "real Republican." She has even taken a few dollars from the enemy--registered Democrats or those who have donated money to other Democratic candidates.
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May 30, 1992 | NANCY HILL-HOLTZMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The 41st Assembly District Republican primary is winding down in much the way it began: as a party credentials battle in which four men are attempting to portray front-runner Christine Reed of Santa Monica as too far removed from the conservative wing to be a "real Republican." She has even taken a few dollars from the enemy--registered Democrats or those who have donated money to other Democratic candidates.
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May 14, 1992 | NANCY HILL-HOLTZMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When 41st Assembly candidate Stu Stitch said crime was a key issue in the district, he wasn't talking about the riot-torn streets of Los Angeles, but about what happened a few days ago at his family's Malibu home. Stitch told an audience of Santa Monica Republicans this week about a burglar who confronted his mother at the bedroom table where she keeps her jewelry. "Luckily, she didn't put (her jewels) out that night," Stitch said. "This stranger was trying to violate our privacy by taking our stuff."
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April 12, 1992
Fred Beteta, 62, of Santa Monica is a retired aircraft-industry engineer. A Republican, he has served as a Santa Monica city trustee and as a board member of the Santa Monica/Malibu Unified School District. In 1990, he was the unsuccessful Republican candidate for the 41st Assembly District seat. Paul Foote, 45, of Agoura Hills is a professor of accounting at Cal State Fullerton. A Republican, he was elected to the Republican Central Committee in Los Angeles County in June, 1990.
NEWS
August 21, 1986
Seven candidates have filed to compete in the Nov. 4 election for the Santa Monica College Board of Trustees. Incumbents James Bambrick, an attorney; Carole Currey, a secretary; Fred Beteta, a retired engineer, and Colin Petrie, a retired administrator, are seeking reelection. They will be challenged by Carole E. Hetrick, a university administrator; Pat Nichelsen, a university professor, and Robert Neff, who describes himself as an educational advocate.
NEWS
November 21, 1985
The Santa Monica College Board of Trustees voted 6 to 0 Monday to name James Bambrick as its new chairman, replacing Fred Beteta whose one-year term expired. The trustees also voted to appoint Carole Currey vice chairman. Trustee Anne Peters was absent. Trustees Beteta and Colin Petrie were also appointed to serve on a committee to work with the City Council. Bambrick, 46, has served two terms on the board since his election in 1979. He served as chairman in 1981.
NEWS
October 19, 1989
Fred Beteta, a 15-year-incumbent on the Santa Monica College District board, said he will not seek reelection to a fifth term next year, but instead will attempt to unseat Assemblyman Tom Hayden (D-Santa Monica) in the race for the 44th Assembly District. Beteta, a Santa Monica Republican, will first have to win the June GOP primary. Gloria Stout of Pacific Palisades is among those to express interest in seeking the Republican nomination.
NEWS
June 20, 1985
The Santa Monica College Board of Trustees has voted to ask the county Board of Supervisors to either establish a divestiture policy or set aside an investment pool for school and community college districts that do not wish their funds invested in institutions doing business in South Africa. The Santa Monica College District invests about $2 million in a pool of funds operated by the county treasury. The measure was approved by a vote of 4 to 1 with two abstentions.
NEWS
December 11, 1986
Carole L. Currey has been elected chairman of the Santa Monica College Board of Trustees, and Colin C. Petrie has been named vice chairman. Currey and Petrie were reelected to the board Nov. 4 along with fellow incumbents James M. Bambrick and Fred L. Beteta. Beteta is serving a fourth term, and Currey, Petrie and Bambrick are serving their third terms.
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April 12, 1992
Fred Beteta, 62, of Santa Monica is a retired aircraft-industry engineer. A Republican, he has served as a Santa Monica city trustee and as a board member of the Santa Monica/Malibu Unified School District. In 1990, he was the unsuccessful Republican candidate for the 41st Assembly District seat. Paul Foote, 45, of Agoura Hills is a professor of accounting at Cal State Fullerton. A Republican, he was elected to the Republican Central Committee in Los Angeles County in June, 1990.
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March 9, 1989
The Santa Monica College Board of Trustees voted 5 to 2 against a proposal to pay each trustee a $400-a-month salary for service to the college district. The state Education Code permits a college the size of Santa Monica to pay its trustees up to $400 a month. However, trustee Colin Petrie, who voted with the majority, said he was "philosophically opposed to the idea of being paid for service to the community."
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January 18, 1992 | JACK CHEEVERS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Santa Monica lawyer and environmental activist Scott A. Meehan said Friday he will seek the Republican nomination for state Assembly in a proposed new district that is to cover portions of the southwestern San Fernando Valley. Meehan, 31, who is making his first run for public office, is the first to formally announce his candidacy in the 41st Assembly District, which stretches from Canoga Park to Malibu and south to Santa Monica.
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