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March 22, 1989
Regarding the opposition to Peggy Ann Buckey's new position--teaching a class for handicapped children in Orange County: Howard Garber, director of the Citizen's Anti-Crime Task Force is quoted: "We're not saying she's guilty. We're not saying she's innocent. We're saying she's suspect." "Are you now or have you ever been a member" of the Buckey family? I thought Sen. Joseph McCarthy was dead, but apparently not. He must be alive and well and living somewhere in Orange County.
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April 2, 1996 | MICHAEL G. WAGNER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A retired Anaheim optometrist and longtime political gadfly said Monday that Dist. Atty. Michael R. Capizzi told him 24 years ago that he could sign election petitions that someone else had circulated, a charge similar to one that has tainted the election of Assemblyman Scott Baugh. Dr. Howard Garber, who worked with Capizzi in 1972 to pass an initiative to restore the death penalty, said, "I didn't feel at the time [that] this minor technicality was that important."
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May 16, 1992 | HELAINE OLEN
A challenger in the 72nd Assembly District race charged Friday that incumbent Ross Johnson (R-Brea) does not maintain his primary residence in the district, a charge Johnson angrily denied. Candidate Howard Garber, an Anaheim Hills resident, filed a complaint with the Orange County district attorney's office this week saying that the Brea address Johnson lists as a primary residence is really the home of Johnson's administrative aide, Phil Miller.
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May 23, 1992 | ERIC BAILEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Assemblyman Ross Johnson has always been the consummate Sacramento insider. This, after all, is the erstwhile Republican leader of the Assembly, the man who went nose to nose last year with Speaker Willie Brown and Gov. Pete Wilson over the state budget. He's a stalwart anti-tax crusader, a devoted associate of conservative state legislators dubbed the "cavemen."
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April 2, 1996 | MICHAEL G. WAGNER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A retired Anaheim optometrist and longtime political gadfly said Monday that Dist. Atty. Michael R. Capizzi told him 24 years ago that he could sign election petitions that someone else had circulated, a charge similar to one that has tainted the election of Assemblyman Scott Baugh. Dr. Howard Garber, who worked with Capizzi in 1972 to pass an initiative to restore the death penalty, said, "I didn't feel at the time [that] this minor technicality was that important."
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May 23, 1992 | ERIC BAILEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Assemblyman Ross Johnson has always been the consummate Sacramento insider. This, after all, is the erstwhile Republican leader of the Assembly, the man who went nose to nose last year with Speaker Willie Brown and Gov. Pete Wilson over the state budget. He's a stalwart anti-tax crusader, a devoted associate of conservative state legislators dubbed the "cavemen."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 15, 1988
About 25 protesters gathered outside the county Hall of Administration Tuesday morning, ready to tell the Board of Supervisors not to build a jail near Anaheim Hills. But after parading outside for nearly half an hour, the Taxpayers for a Centralized Jail group went into the board chambers--to find that the meeting was over. But the supervisors decided to listen. Dr.
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December 22, 1996
Julie L. Garber, 28, who preserved her embryos to produce future children after she learned she was dying of leukemia. Brought up in the Peralta Hills area of Orange County, Garber was educated at San Diego State University and went into real estate with her mother, Jean, in Garber Prop. Inc. She became the subject of various feature articles because of her valiant struggle with the rare blood cancer known as acute lymphoblastic leukemia. After she was blinded by radiation and chemotherapy treatments and was no longer able to walk, Garber studied at the Braille Institute and had regular workouts at a gym. Also active in Toastmasters, Garber gave inspirational speeches about overcoming handicaps.
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March 1, 1989 | LOIS TIMNICK, Times Staff Writer
Former McMartin Pre-School defendant Peggy Ann Buckey was greeted by protesters today as she arrived at her new job at the Anaheim Union High School District's Trident Center, where she is to teach two students. About a dozen protesters from an Orange County coalition of victims' rights and child advocacy groups waved placards reading "Crime Victims Say No to Buckey" and other slogans as teachers and students arrived at the alternative school in Anaheim.
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May 24, 1997 | KIMBERLY SANCHEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Before Jean and Howard Garber had even buried their daughter, the letters began to arrive. Now, after an international plea that generated more than 80 responses, Jean and Howard Garber have found a surrogate mother to carry the fertilized eggs of their daughter, who died from leukemia in December. If the pregnancy is successful, experts say, it will be the first time a surrogate child has been born to a mother after her death.
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May 16, 1992 | HELAINE OLEN
A challenger in the 72nd Assembly District race charged Friday that incumbent Ross Johnson (R-Brea) does not maintain his primary residence in the district, a charge Johnson angrily denied. Candidate Howard Garber, an Anaheim Hills resident, filed a complaint with the Orange County district attorney's office this week saying that the Brea address Johnson lists as a primary residence is really the home of Johnson's administrative aide, Phil Miller.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 22, 1989
Regarding the opposition to Peggy Ann Buckey's new position--teaching a class for handicapped children in Orange County: Howard Garber, director of the Citizen's Anti-Crime Task Force is quoted: "We're not saying she's guilty. We're not saying she's innocent. We're saying she's suspect." "Are you now or have you ever been a member" of the Buckey family? I thought Sen. Joseph McCarthy was dead, but apparently not. He must be alive and well and living somewhere in Orange County.
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December 20, 1996
Julie L. Garber, who preserved her embryos to produce future children after she learned she was dying of leukemia, has died at age 28. Brought up in the Peralta Hills area of Orange County, Garber was educated at San Diego State University and went into real estate with her mother. She became the subject of various feature articles because of her valiant struggle with a rare blood cancer known as acute lymphoblastic leukemia.
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