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1974 San Diego guide to movers and shakers

The heavy 35

  • 1. Pete Wilson
  • 2. Mark Wenzel— official mime, Expo '74, USIU grad, Don McLeod protege
  • 3. Salvador Torres— leader of the Chicano Park moralists
  • 4. Ed Eveleigh— English auto mechanic, auto designer
  • 5. Bob Woodford— long-time manager of Academy, Fine Arts, and Guild Theatres
  • 6. Bob Cowan— Owner of Blue Ridge Music
  • 7. Jim Bates— recalitrant liberal city councilman
  • 8. Al Couppee— former Channel 10 employee, now columnist for Navy Dispatch
  • 9. Larry Thomas— Pete Wilson's press secretary
  • 10. Tom Waits— former bouncer at The Heritage, now Columbia recording artist
  • 11. Jack Tempchin— shy writer-singer; wrote "Peaceful, Easy Feeling"
  • 12. Colleen O'Connor— a good Irish kid gone political
  • 13. Neil Morgan— the literatus at the Copley Press
  • 14. Ray Hoobler— the chief of police
  • 15. Ed Scott- ex-Marine, fighter against downtown re-development
  • 16. Marc E. Lugo— Ed Scott's artistic ally
  • 17. Christopher R— video visionary, head of Indian Magique
  • 18. Jim Hubbel— designer and sculptor of house a la Goudi
  • 19. Mr. Murphy— of the mad, mean, menacing Mariners
  • 20. Robert Helland- ex-mayor of La Mesa
  • 21. Strickman and Sons- the official paper re-cyclers
  • 22. Manny Farber— renowned artist; Duncan Shepherd mentor
  • 23. Larry Urrutia— managing director of Jack Glenn Gallery; founder of Center for Photographic Arts
  • 24. Rick Shipps- director of East County Medical Clinic; steady humanitarian
  • 25. Abraham Braude— prominent educator and researcher in infectious diseases
  • 26. Sam Chatmon— singer of urban blues, S.D. Folk Festival favorite
  • 27. Scott Washburn— the U.F.W. man in San Diego
  • 28. Evelyn Herrmann— chief of Senior Citizens Service
  • 29. Betty Wilson— real estate saleswoman and wife of Pete Wilson
  • 30. Mrs. Copley— publisher of the Union-Tribune
  • 31. Dr. Bronner- the health food and medicine man
  • 32. Robert Hays— most recent lead actor in Old Globe's traveling "Taming of the Shrew"
  • 33. L. Schwartz— city college prof, leader of Impeach Ford group in San Diego
  • 34. Robert Jeffrey— another local blues singer. Folk Arts regular
  • 35. Charly— of KFMB's Charly and Harrigan
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  • 1. Pete Wilson
  • 2. Mark Wenzel— official mime, Expo '74, USIU grad, Don McLeod protege
  • 3. Salvador Torres— leader of the Chicano Park moralists
  • 4. Ed Eveleigh— English auto mechanic, auto designer
  • 5. Bob Woodford— long-time manager of Academy, Fine Arts, and Guild Theatres
  • 6. Bob Cowan— Owner of Blue Ridge Music
  • 7. Jim Bates— recalitrant liberal city councilman
  • 8. Al Couppee— former Channel 10 employee, now columnist for Navy Dispatch
  • 9. Larry Thomas— Pete Wilson's press secretary
  • 10. Tom Waits— former bouncer at The Heritage, now Columbia recording artist
  • 11. Jack Tempchin— shy writer-singer; wrote "Peaceful, Easy Feeling"
  • 12. Colleen O'Connor— a good Irish kid gone political
  • 13. Neil Morgan— the literatus at the Copley Press
  • 14. Ray Hoobler— the chief of police
  • 15. Ed Scott- ex-Marine, fighter against downtown re-development
  • 16. Marc E. Lugo— Ed Scott's artistic ally
  • 17. Christopher R— video visionary, head of Indian Magique
  • 18. Jim Hubbel— designer and sculptor of house a la Goudi
  • 19. Mr. Murphy— of the mad, mean, menacing Mariners
  • 20. Robert Helland- ex-mayor of La Mesa
  • 21. Strickman and Sons- the official paper re-cyclers
  • 22. Manny Farber— renowned artist; Duncan Shepherd mentor
  • 23. Larry Urrutia— managing director of Jack Glenn Gallery; founder of Center for Photographic Arts
  • 24. Rick Shipps- director of East County Medical Clinic; steady humanitarian
  • 25. Abraham Braude— prominent educator and researcher in infectious diseases
  • 26. Sam Chatmon— singer of urban blues, S.D. Folk Festival favorite
  • 27. Scott Washburn— the U.F.W. man in San Diego
  • 28. Evelyn Herrmann— chief of Senior Citizens Service
  • 29. Betty Wilson— real estate saleswoman and wife of Pete Wilson
  • 30. Mrs. Copley— publisher of the Union-Tribune
  • 31. Dr. Bronner- the health food and medicine man
  • 32. Robert Hays— most recent lead actor in Old Globe's traveling "Taming of the Shrew"
  • 33. L. Schwartz— city college prof, leader of Impeach Ford group in San Diego
  • 34. Robert Jeffrey— another local blues singer. Folk Arts regular
  • 35. Charly— of KFMB's Charly and Harrigan
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