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REAL ESTATE
July 16, 2006
After reading the July 2 article "What's Really So Bad About Rental Units in a Condo Complex?" I can not help but relate. I presently own rental condos in Marina del Rey. The homeowner boards have been a nightmare to deal with, as many are trying to amend their CC&Rs to limit rentals. The boards tell homeowners financing will be difficult, and renters will bring down the quality of life and value of property. It will not be renters who take down the property values, it will be extremely strict rules set by the boards.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 11, 2007 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Nicholas Worth, 69, an imposing character actor who often played the darkest of villains in such B movies as "Don't Answer the Phone!" (1980), died of heart failure Monday at Valley Presbyterian Hospital in Van Nuys, said his friend Jack Stern. Worth debuted in "For Pete's Sake" (1966) and appeared in almost 90 films and television productions. He was in "Swamp Thing" (1982), "The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad!" (1988) and "Darkman" (1990).
NEWS
April 8, 1987 | United Press International
The leaders of religious Judaism's three major rabbinical bodies called Tuesday for an end to the theological wars being waged in the American Jewish community and for cooperation on matters of mutual concern.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 23, 1985 | PATRICIA WARD BIEDERMAN, Times Staff Writer
The Rev. Robert L. Hymers, a crusader against abortion, pointed Friday morning at two women emerging from a North Hollywood abortion clinic. "There they are--the murderers," he called, as the two walked silently by a group of about 35 protesters, several marching with babies in their arms. No, the minister said, he was not concerned about causing the accused women any discomfort.
NEWS
September 26, 1991 | ROBYN LOEWENTHAL, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
As more senior citizens in Ventura County discover the fun of motorcycle riding, I might agree with G.B. Shaw: Youth is indeed wasted on the young. Consider Camarillo's septuagenarian "Leisure Village Road Runners," six guys who were born to be wild. "It started as a moped club in 1980," Earl Mettler, 79, said. "Club membership was at one time up to 25. Then about 10 years ago, Irv Weiss came in with a big one."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 5, 1986 | JOHN DART, Times Religion Writer
With a show of hands, an overwhelming majority of the 550 Reform rabbis convening in the Biltmore Hotel on March 15, 1983, adopted officially their decades-old practice of presuming the offspring of a mixed marriage to be Jewish regardless of which parent is a Jew. Time-honored Judaic tradition says that one is Jewish only if one's mother is Jewish.
SPORTS
March 31, 1989 | BILL PLASCHKE, Times Staff Writer
It is four days before the opening of the 1989 major league baseball season. The National League Western Division teams have called an emergency meeting in New York, at the home of Barbara Walters. The subject is the Padres. Dodgers: Order, order. You, Reds, turn off those 17 college basketball games. This will be quick meeting. Reds: We bet. Dodgers: We have gathered here to request a full report from our brother Padres.
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