CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 9, 1986 |
A body found in an orange grove in Corona was identified Wednesday as that of Debbie Ann Lee, the Garden Grove woman allegedly killed two months ago by a stereo shop owner who was once her boyfriend, police said. The Riverside County coroner's office was able to identify the body through dental records, Garden Grove Police Lt. John Woods said. An autopsy to determine the cause of death was scheduled for Wednesday night, he said.
March 2, 2003 |
And now the life of Otto Frank.
April 7, 1998 |
Anne Lee, a Notre Dame High junior, squandered a six-shot lead with a final-round 82 on Monday at Wilson Golf Course and finished in third place in the girls' championship flight of the Los Angeles City junior golf tournament. Lee led after two rounds, but Yoon Cho of California Country Club in Whittier was the winner, shooting 73 in the final round and a three-day total of 226, three shots ahead of Lee.
April 18, 1992
An April 4 letter ("Edwards Broke Barriers First") alleged that the teaming of James Edwards and Lloyd Bridges in "Home of the Brave" (1949) was the first time a black actor shared equal billing with a white star and, furthermore, that it was "the first time a black actor played a role (in a motion picture) other than that of a servant." Sixteen years before "Home of the Brave," Paul Robeson played the title role in the motion-picture adaptation of Eugene O'Neill's "The Emperor Jones," and, as the title suggests, he did not play a servant.
August 7, 1998
Candie Kung of Fountain Valley won twice Thursday to advance to the third round of the U.S. Girls' Junior Championship at Merion Golf Club in Ardmore, Pa. Kung beat Anne Lee of Northridge, 1 up, then beat Sandy Kim of West Linn, Ore., 4 and 2 Kung is the only Orange County player left in the tournament. Leigh Anne Hardin of Martinsville, Ind., beat Fullerton's Angela Rho, 5 and 4, and Celeste Troche of Paraguay beat Carla Legaspi of San Clemente, 8 and 6.
November 24, 1998 |
Krystal Shearer of Alemany High missed her first hole-in-one by inches and narrowly lost in her first Southern Section girls' individual golf championship Monday at Mission Lakes Country Club. Shearer shot two-under 70 on the 5,390-yard course, but she finished tied with Cerritos Gahr's Young Pak and Long Beach Millikan's Vivan Phosomran for medalist honors. Pak won the championship with a birdie on the third playoff hole. Pak, Shearer and Phosomran each parred the first two playoff holes.