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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 27, 1999 | BARBARA MURPHY
Zebra Technologies in Camarillo has been chosen to manufacture digital driver's licenses and various identification cards for the state of Arkansas. Zebra was selected by Viisage Technology of Littleton, Mass., which is the system integrator for the project. The estimated value of the contract is in excess of $1.4 million over five years. The project calls for the installation of 178 of Zebra's Eltron-brand printers and related products in July and August.
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BUSINESS
October 6, 1998 | BARBARA MURPHY
The Securities and Exchange Commission has approved the registration statement of Eltron International in Simi Valley, and a special meeting of shareholders to vote on its merger with Zebra Technologies will be held at 9 a.m. Oct. 26 at the Radisson Hotel in Simi Valley. The Eltron board of directors has selected Sept. 4 as the record date for eligibility to vote at the shareholder meeting. Both Eltron and Zebra plan to announce third-quarter earnings before the meeting date.
NEWS
August 30, 1998 | PAUL HARRIS, ASSOCIATED PRESS
Cresting a rise on the bumpy game park road, the Land Rover momentarily startled a herd of seven odd-looking zebras. "There they are! Wonderful, wonderful!" exclaimed park ranger Theresa Huber, cutting the engine so as not to scare off the skittish creatures munching on grass and leaves in the semi-desert Karoo National Park.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 16, 1996
Celebrities and their pets are slated to appear in "Aardvarks to Zebras," the fifth annual musical tribute to animals benefiting PAWS/LA, at the Pasadena Playhouse on Oct. 7. Jo Anne Worley, Dale Kristien, Charlotte Rae, Kirby Tepper and Gretchen Wyler are among the performers. PAWS/LA is a nonprofit organization that helps people with HIV and AIDS with the care and feeding of their pets. Tickets are $40. Reservations: (310) 657-2929.
NEWS
June 9, 1996 | PAUL RAEBURN, ASSOCIATED PRESS
Once or twice a week, in a country where hunting is banned and poachers are harshly punished, Philip Tilley and a team of trained marksmen load their rifles and climb quietly into a truck. They ride off into the night in pursuit of ostrich, zebra, wildebeest, impala, oryx and giraffe. "We shoot at night, between 7 p.m. and midnight. It doesn't scare the other animals, so you can still get close enough to shoot them," Tilley says.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 21, 1996 | LARRY GERBER, ASSOCIATED PRESS
A new breed of steed has arrived in horse country. White Cloud, stocking-legged foal of a quarter horse, sports racing stripes. Sired with the sperm of a Grant's zebra and foaled by a registered mare, White Cloud and others like him promise to be "the horses of the future," said owner Diane Richards. Make that the zorses of the future.
NEWS
August 20, 1995 | PATRICK McDOWELL, ASSOCIATED PRESS
Bigger than cars and rare as Picassos, 70 white and black rhinos were on the auction block--some destined to be killed by foreign hunters who pay for the privilege. Auctioneer Dallas Kemp wore a cowboy hat as he called out prices in South African rands under the crowded circus tent. Around him, tense buyers punched calculators. "Seventy thousand, I got 70,000, 70,000 now," Kemp chanted, his eye fixed on a bidder in the 12th row. "I'm bringing the hammer down on 70,000. The hammer's going down .
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 3, 1995 | PHUONG NGUYEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Patsy Bauman fought tears Wednesday afternoon while she watched her two children stand before the faded red circus train, waving handmade welcome signs and American flags as the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus pulled into town. * "I'm such a baby," said Bauman, 32, of Anaheim, lowering Ray-Bans to reveal watery eyes. "This is so emotional for me. I just love it."
NEWS
July 15, 1995
Alfonso Zirpoli, 90, a U.S. district judge in San Francisco known for his ruling halting wholesale questioning of African Americans in the 1974 "Zebra Killer" racial slayings. In that series of murders, 14 white people were killed and five black men were eventually convicted. But San Francisco police had indiscriminately stopped about 600 African Americans in a search for the killers. In a case brought by the National Assn.
BUSINESS
November 10, 1994 | JERRY NACHTIGAL, ASSOCIATED PRESS
You say you just can't find a restaurant that whips up a black bear dinner like Mom used to make? The menu at your favorite bistro lacks that thick, juicy elk steak you've been craving? From A to Z--alligator to zebra--if it's wild, it's on the menu at Cecil Pritchett's, an improbable restaurant in an unlikely setting near Truman Lake, about 100 miles south of Kansas City. If you don't see it on the menu, just ask. Owner-chef Cecil Pritchett will try to track it down and cook it.
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