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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 3, 1992
Public relations and marketing consultant Helen Hernandez said Monday she will enter the June 2 Democratic primary in the 30th Congressional District in an effort to succeed longtime Rep. Edward R. Roybal, who is retiring. Hernandez, 44, said she is running to offer Los Angeles voters an alternative to others seeking the seat, including Los Angeles school board member Leticia Quezada and Assemblyman Xavier Becerra (D-Monterey Park). "It is time for a change," she said.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 10, 1998
I read with great interest your Sept. 1 article regarding David Tokofsky representing a Latino district on the Los Angeles Board of Education. Tokofsky has shown dedication, compassion and provided access to his office. I have had the opportunity to work with him and can honestly say that he has done more to help the educational needs for all students than previous board members. HELEN HERNANDEZ Tarzana
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 10, 1998
I read with great interest your Sept. 1 article regarding David Tokofsky representing a Latino district on the Los Angeles Board of Education. Tokofsky has shown dedication, compassion and provided access to his office. I have had the opportunity to work with him and can honestly say that he has done more to help the educational needs for all students than previous board members. HELEN HERNANDEZ Tarzana
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 10, 1992 | GEORGE RAMOS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Public relations and marketing consultant Helen Hernandez filed Monday for the June Democratic primary in the 30th Congressional District after a judge extended last Friday's filing deadline for her. Earlier, she had been ruled ineligible to file because she had been dropped from voter rolls in January. Hernandez, 44, became the 17th candidate on the primary ballot, including nine other Democrats, to fill the seat of longtime Democratic Rep. Edward R. Roybal of Los Angeles, who is retiring.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 10, 1992 | GEORGE RAMOS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Public relations and marketing consultant Helen Hernandez filed Monday for the June Democratic primary in the 30th Congressional District after a judge extended last Friday's filing deadline for her. Earlier, she had been ruled ineligible to file because she had been dropped from voter rolls in January. Hernandez, 44, became the 17th candidate on the primary ballot, including nine other Democrats, to fill the seat of longtime Democratic Rep. Edward R. Roybal of Los Angeles, who is retiring.
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January 18, 1987 | From Associated Press
Fourteen spinners won a total of $515,000 in the California Lottery's "Big Spin" Saturday. The top winners were Janet Runnels, 28, of Riverside and Mike Scott, 40, of Morongo Valley, who won $100,000 each. Monica Kropf, 42, of Seal Beach, a homemaker and mother of two teen-age sons, was one of three spinners to win $50,000. "We're going to pay off some bills," she said, "and we're going to Australia in a couple of weeks. . . . It'll pay for the trip."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 19, 1999 | PATRICK McGREEVY
A day after Alex Padilla criticized 7th Council District rival Corinne Sanchez for hiring a campaign manager who also works for Pacific Pipeline, Sanchez accused Padilla of hypocrisy Tuesday, noting he accepted a campaign contribution from an attorney for the company.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 18, 1999
Alex Padilla blasted 7th District City Council rival Corinne Sanchez on Monday for hiring a campaign manager who was paid to help win city approval of a controversial oil pipeline through the northeast San Fernando Valley. Helen Hernandez said Monday that she is still a paid consultant for Pacific Pipeline, but denied any link between that work and her role as Sanchez's campaign manager for the June 8 runoff election. "I see that as very separate," Hernandez said.
BUSINESS
March 10, 1985
Robert C. Byrd has been named president of IMODCO, a Los Angeles-based marine terminal company. He will have overall operating responsibilities, the company said. He replaces Bernard Frankel, who becomes chairman. Sandy Climan, president and chief operating officer of Wescom Productions, Hollywood, is leaving to become a production consultant and producer. No successor has been named. Wescom is the film production unit of the San Francisco Chronicle.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 2, 1997
I am writing to respond to Bill Boyarsky's column ("In the Big School Play, the Board's the Heavy," April 24). The members of the Board of Education are elected by their constituents. Each of us represents a large number of people with varying opinions on issues. To assume that all board members would think alike or be clones of one another is very foolish. Yes, it would be good to have the Board of Education work together on issues of great importance; the majority of times we do exactly that.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 3, 1992
Public relations and marketing consultant Helen Hernandez said Monday she will enter the June 2 Democratic primary in the 30th Congressional District in an effort to succeed longtime Rep. Edward R. Roybal, who is retiring. Hernandez, 44, said she is running to offer Los Angeles voters an alternative to others seeking the seat, including Los Angeles school board member Leticia Quezada and Assemblyman Xavier Becerra (D-Monterey Park). "It is time for a change," she said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 14, 1992
March 6 was the deadline for candidates seeking congressional, state legislative and county offices to file for the June 2 primary, and The Times on Saturday published a list of those candidates. The deadline was extended to Wednesday in some races in which the incumbent did not file for reelection. Here is a list of those who filed papers in races in which the March 6 deadline was extended, as well as those who were omitted from or listed erroneously in the previous list.
NEWS
May 21, 1992 | ANDRES CHAVEZ, SPECIAL TO NUESTRO TIEMPO
Ten Democratic candidates are facing off in the 30th Congressional District primary, but only five are given a shot at winning the hotly contested race. The front-runners are Assemblyman Xavier Becerra and Los Angeles school board member Leticia Quezada, with attorney Al Lum, businessman Jeff Penichet and marketing consultant Helen Hernandez rounding out the top five Democrats. Also running in the June 2 primary is a lone Republican, Morry Waksberg.
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