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October 28, 1989 | ROBERT W. STEWART and DAVE LESHER, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Leaders of the nation's largest and oldest Latino civil rights organization wrested control of its charitable foundation from the foundation's board of directors Friday in a continuing dispute over the failure to account for up to $88,000 in donations. "This should be a lesson to all of us that we shouldn't be so loose with public money and the public trust," said Ruben Sandoval, special legal counsel to the president of the 140,000-member League of United Latin American Citizens.
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October 28, 1989 | ROBERT W. STEWART and DAVE LESHER, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Leaders of the nation's largest and oldest Latino civil rights organization wrested control of its charitable foundation from the foundation's board of directors Friday in a continuing dispute over the failure to account for up to $88,000 in donations. "This should be a lesson to all of us that we shouldn't be so loose with public money and the public trust," said Ruben Sandoval, special legal counsel to the president of the 140,000-member League of United Latin American Citizens.
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October 28, 1989 | ROBERT W. STEWART and DAVE LESHER, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Leaders of the nation's largest and oldest Latino civil rights organization wrested control of its charitable foundation from the foundation's board of directors Friday in a continuing dispute over a failure to account for as much as $88,000 in donations.
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October 28, 1989 | ROBERT W. STEWART and DAVE LESHER, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Leaders of the nation's largest and oldest Latino civil rights organization wrested control of its charitable foundation from the foundation's board of directors Friday in a continuing dispute over a failure to account for as much as $88,000 in donations.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 22, 2000
As a former Watts resident, I read with interest "Medley of a Lifetime" (by Emory Holmes II, Oct. 15). It was a fine article, except when Holmes refers to Watts as a "hick town." Harlem it wasn't, to be sure, but it was close to it. If anything, Watts was hip, not hick. Performers such as Ellington, Basie, Lunceford, Eckstine, etc., I believe drew their audiences from there when performing at local nightclubs or G-rated venues such as the Orpheum, Paramount and Million Dollar theaters.
MAGAZINE
September 3, 2000
It would be unrealistically generous and unthinking of old swing and jazz fans like me to accept music critic Terry Teachout's pronouncement about Artie Shaw: that it's true he is the finest and most innovative of all jazz clarinetists ("Artie Shaw Talking," by Aram Saroyan, Aug. 6). I believe that a greater number reserve that niche for Benny Goodman. Goodman's musicality is much more memorable and swinging. Mere longevity over a deceased colleague should not rearrange the musical hierarchy in favor of the survivor.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 20, 1996
Dan Schnur's attempt to use the pending election of Assembly member Cruz Bustamante as speaker to justify Props. 187 and 209 falls flat (Commentary, Nov. 12). He avoids a number of factors that helped create the scenario to elect California's first Latino speaker. Bustamante's election in 1992 occurred after the vigorous application of the federal Voting Rights Act during the 1991 redistricting in California, which helped create the Assembly district in the Central Valley that Bustamante now represents.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 23, 1999
I read with interest "Renewing Jewish Heritage" (Sept. 20). We have just returned from a trip to Portugal and Spain with a study group on Jewish heritage and were fortunate to have been invited to a Sabbath service in Belmonte, Portugal, of Jews who now practice their Judaism openly after surviving nearly 500 years as secret Jews. We also visited Girona, Spain, where the local government is discovering archives about the Jewish population before what they refer to as "the expulsion."
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