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July 12, 1993 | Susan Christian., Times staff writer
Ellen Shaw last week became the second president of the Orange County Black Chamber of Commerce, succeeding one of its founders, Aaron Lovejoy. The 3-year-old chamber, which has 80 members, faces a special challenge in a county where blacks make up less than 2% of the population. Shaw, 47, moved to the West Coast from Louisiana five years ago. She is an administrative assistant in the legal department of Carl Karcher Enterprises Inc., based in Anaheim.
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July 12, 1993 | Susan Christian., Times staff writer
Ellen Shaw last week became the second president of the Orange County Black Chamber of Commerce, succeeding one of its founders, Aaron Lovejoy. The 3-year-old chamber, which has 80 members, faces a special challenge in a county where blacks make up less than 2% of the population. Shaw, 47, moved to the West Coast from Louisiana five years ago. She is an administrative assistant in the legal department of Carl Karcher Enterprises Inc., based in Anaheim.
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June 4, 2002 | MYRNA OLIVER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Lois Gould, whose prolific writing ranged from newspaper articles and columns to her best-selling first novel, "Such Good Friends," and a recent memoir about her fashion designer mother, "Mommy Dressing," has died. She was 70. Gould died Wednesday of cancer in Manhattan's Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Whether writing nonfiction or fiction, Gould demonstrated keen insight and adeptness in describing the complexities of women's attitudes about marriage, adultery, sexuality and divorce.
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January 17, 1994 | JODI WILGOREN and BRIAN RAY BALLOU, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
More than a decade after Congress declared a federal holiday in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., most people in Orange County still don't get the day off. Schools and courts are closed, as mandated by state law. Local branches of most banks are also shuttered, largely because their state and national offices will not be operating. But trash will be picked up. Buses will run on regular schedules.
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