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May 12, 1991 | ERIC BAILEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Taking sides in an increasingly heated debate, two county supervisors emerged from the wings Saturday to take center stage in a rally against Measure J, a proposal on Tuesday's ballot calling for a half-cent sales tax hike to build a new jail. Supervisor Don R. Roth and Board Chairman Gaddi H.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 12, 1991 | ERIC BAILEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Taking sides in an increasingly heated debate, two county supervisors emerged from the wings Saturday to take center stage in a rally against Measure J, a proposal on Tuesday's ballot calling for a half-cent sales tax hike to build a new jail. Supervisor Don R. Roth and Board Chairman Gaddi H.
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October 28, 1988
Reputed organized crime figure Michael Anthony Rizzitello appeared in court Thursday for arraignment on attempted murder, mayhem and other charges but did not enter a plea because he had no attorney present. Rizzitello, 61, of Los Angeles is accused of shooting a principal investor in the Mustang Bar in Santa Ana in a bid to control alleged illegal activity there. He is expected to be arraigned today before Orange County Municipal Judge Richard W. Stanford Jr.
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August 27, 1991 | KEITH O. BOYUM, Keith Boyum teaches political science at Cal State Fullerton and is editor-in-chief of the Justice System Journal, which publishes research on judicial administration
In ancient Greek mythology, sailors traversing the Straits of Messina between Sicily and Italy had to avoid terrible monsters on either side. Scylla threatened to devour sailors who strayed too near her, and on the other side was Charybdis, a dreadful whirlpool that sucked in and spewed out seawater (and any hapless sailors). Pity the sailor whose route took him through there! It seems that in our times, a similar pity might be offered Sheriff Brad Gates.
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