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September 7, 1991
Authorities raided a storage warehouse Friday and found truckloads of stolen goods that included baby strollers, cases of champagne and boxes of cereal, totaling about $500,000. Los Angeles County Sheriff's Lt. Jim Harris said many of the goods were cargoes hijacked from shipping trucks or stolen from various distribution warehouses in Los Angeles County. Deputies served a search warrant at the warehouse at 1914 E. Edinger Ave.
January 16, 1999 | REGINA HONG
Calvary Chapel in Costa Mesa is sponsoring "Thank God for Babies Day" on Jan. 23, the day after the anniversary of the 1973 Supreme Court ruling legalizing abortion. Lisa Burroughs, the organizer for the event, said there will be games for babies and parents, and free baby clothing, strollers and baby furniture will be given out to mothers in need. She said the event, which runs from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 3800 S.
November 11, 1992 | JULIE TAMAKI
A stolen car, 40 tires and a couple of pay telephones were among the items that a crew of workers discovered Tuesday in the third annual cleanup of La Tuna Canyon in Tujunga. The upper canyon is the site of a two-week cleanup by minimum-wage Los Angeles Conservation Corps employees and volunteers from the California Environmental Project, said Scott Mathes, executive director of the project. The second phase of the cleanup, in the lower canyon, will be launched in mid-December, he said.
November 27, 1992 | From a Times Staff Writer
Joey Gomez won the 15th annual Turkey Trot in 31 minutes, 11 seconds, then about 20 minutes later, people at the 10-kilometer race heard sleigh bells: Santa Claus and his reindeer had crossed the finish line. More than 2,700 runners took part in the Dana Point Chamber of Commerce event, making it the largest Thanksgiving race on the West Coast, according to organizers. Some people reveled in the spirit of the holidays and dressed up as Kris Kringle, Rudolph and other reindeer.
May 13, 1999
Antiques are big business in Old Towne Orange, but don't expect this neighborhood of Victorian and Craftsman-style homes to turn into a commercial carnival any time soon. Here, time seems to move at a slower pace as out-of-towners pushing baby strollers through the rows of quaint antique stores mingle with dog-walking locals in a sociable parade of window-shopping, polite bargaining and people-watching. Calendar Live!
Melvyn Hayward is a touchstone in Venice, the man locals call when they need work, a place to live, help with their homework or simply the motivation to keep going when the odds against them feel overwhelming. The 51-year-old Hayward, who heads the Vera Davis McClendon Youth and Family Community Center, welcomes the homeless, elderly, poor and young mothers pushing baby strollers--as well as local gang members.
January 14, 2004 | From Reuters
Dorel Industries Inc. sprinted to the front of the U.S. bicycle industry Tuesday with a $310-million deal to buy Pacific Cycle, makers of the well-known Schwinn brand. The Montreal-based maker of furniture and children's products including car seats and baby strollers said it would buy Wisconsin-based Pacific Cycle, the biggest seller of bicycles in the U.S., in an all-cash deal. Dorel said its agreement with Wind Point Partners, a private U.S.
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