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May 4, 1990 | JEFF MEYERS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jack Young waits for Mickey Rooney to arrive for lunch at a popular Westlake Village restaurant. Young, 61, wants to take a trip down memory lane with the former child star. Back in 1948, when Rooney played a kid boxer in the movie "Killer McCoy," Young was a kid boxer, an 18-year-old featherweight in Portland, Me. To promote the film, "Killer McCoy Boxing Tournaments" were held all over the country. At a tournament in his hometown, Young was voted outstanding boxer.
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May 4, 1990 | JEFF MEYERS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jack Young waits for Mickey Rooney to arrive for lunch at a popular Westlake Village restaurant. Young, 61, wants to take a trip down memory lane with the former child star. Back in 1948, when Rooney played a kid boxer in the movie "Killer McCoy," Young was a kid boxer, an 18-year-old featherweight in Portland, Me. To promote the film, "Killer McCoy Boxing Tournaments" were held all over the country. At a tournament in his hometown, Young was voted outstanding boxer.
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October 28, 1994
A 4-month-old Rialto infant was thrown out of a car in an accident on the Golden State Freeway and killed, authorities said Thursday. Yvonne Villanueva died after her unsecured infant seat was ejected from a car that was rear-ended by a truck, spun out of control and smashed into the freeway guardrail, according to CHP Officer Wendy Moore. The accident occurred after the driver of the car in which the child was a passenger tried to change lanes on the southbound freeway about 11 p.m.
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July 27, 1989 | JESSE KATZ, Times Staff Writer
Everything about life in San Marino taught David Young that the world was good. The dangers of the big city seemed far away from the elegant, palm-lined street where his devout Mormon parents had raised four children in a stately, Spanish-style home. At San Marino High School, where nearly 99% of students go on to college and test scores exceed those of 99% of the state's schools, Young summed up his four years as a varsity tennis player by choosing "I did it my way" as his yearbook quote.
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April 28, 1986 | JAMES BATES, Times Staff Writer
As many as 75 elderly East Los Angeles residents may have been bilked through a "Jamaican Switch" scheme operated by three con artists who persuade their victims to withdraw savings from banks to show how a withdrawal is done, sheriff's investigators said. Investigators said they suspect two men and one woman are operating the scam. One of the men was recently photographed by a hidden camera in a Pico Rivera bank after a teller became suspicious. Detective Sgt.
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March 13, 1990 | SAM ENRIQUEZ and MICHAEL CONNELLY, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
The head of the Los Angeles school district's police force said Monday that two off-duty officers--who were involved in a knife and gun melee at a Northridge party at which one of the officers and two other men were wounded--did nothing improper. Herbert Graham, administrative officer in charge of the 300-member Los Angeles Unified School District police force, said the weekend incident was being investigated jointly by school police and the Los Angeles Police Department.
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May 6, 1988 | KEVIN ALLMAN, Allman is a Santa Monica free -- lance writer. and
They meet at Elaine's of California seven nights a week. Dressed in sissypants, ruffles and bolo ties, they curlicue, pass thru, spin the top, and "Dixie style to an ocean wave." They are square dancers, and Elaine's is a mecca for Southern Californians who like to do-si-do.
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January 23, 1997 | HOPE HAMASHIGE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Several times a day, Pam Speak takes a break from her sales job at Another Time N Place, grabs a portable phone and heads a couple of doors north on Main Street. Her destination is C.P. McGinnis & Co., where owner Sandy Stinson often can be found sipping coffee at the sidewalk table in front of her antique shop.
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November 13, 1993 | STEPHANIE SIMON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Weighing a plan to give citizens more control over their water bills, the Thousand Oaks City Council on Tuesday will debate whether to charge guzzlers more per gallon. Under the proposed billing system, homeowners would pay more for each gallon they use above a specified level. Residential customers now pay a flat rate of $1.54 for each unit of water. One unit equals 748 gallons. If approved during Tuesday's public hearing, the tiered rate structure would take effect Feb. 1.
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September 13, 1992 | BERKLEY HUDSON and MARC YABLONKA, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
This conservative suburb has retained its status as one of California's driest communities as the City Council--faced with an intense campaign of public pressure--last week voted against loosening its longstanding prohibition of the sale of beer and wine in restaurants.
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July 21, 1989 | JESSE KATZ, Times Staff Writer
On the tennis court, David Young never believed he could lose--even against a superior player. And when he did lose, he always flashed an incredulous grin. His friends say he saw himself as invincible, immortal. Although his ranking--999th in the world--was so low that few beyond family and friends would notice, his coaches say he showed great promise.
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