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August 22, 1989 | HARRY BERNSTEIN
From the looks of things, organized labor isn't going to kick around the National Labor Relations Board quite so frequently or hard anymore. In fact, an intriguing switch is taking place among the agency's opponents. Unions are becoming less critical, especially of appointments made to the NLRB by President Bush. At the same time, conservatives and management people are increasingly antagonistic toward the board and Bush's appointees.
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August 22, 1989 | HARRY BERNSTEIN
From the looks of things, organized labor isn't going to kick around the National Labor Relations Board quite so frequently or hard anymore. In fact, an intriguing switch is taking place among the agency's opponents. Unions are becoming less critical, especially of appointments made to the NLRB by President Bush. At the same time, conservatives and management people are increasingly antagonistic toward the board and Bush's appointees.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 12, 1998
A 39-year-old woman who police described as a transient was charged Friday in the stabbing death of a man outside a Mid-City cafe. Pamela Blount was arrested in the 5400 block of West Adams Boulevard, a few blocks from where Floyd Jerry Hunter, 55, was fatally stabbed with a kitchen knife on Monday night, said Los Angeles Police Det. Chris Barling of the LAPD South Bureau.
NEWS
May 15, 1990 | Associated Press
The drivers' union striking Greyhound Lines Inc. scored a victory Monday when a federal investigator said that the company engaged in unfair labor practices in the walkout. That finding, if upheld by the National Labor Relations Board, could result in the company being forced to give the striking drivers their jobs back.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 10, 1998
Police are seeking a suspect in the stabbing death of a 55-year-old man outside a Mid-City cafe, police said Wednesday. Floyd Jerry Hunter was attacked about 10:30 p.m. Monday near the Club Fais Do-Do Cafe in the 5200 block of West Adams Boulevard, said Los Angeles police Det. Rudy Lemos of the South Bureau homicide department. Hunter was having an argument with a woman outside the restaurant when she stabbed him with what appeared to be a kitchen knife, Lemos said.
NEWS
July 2, 1991 | PAMELA MARIN
Music filled the air Sunday at Gustaf Anders restaurant during an afternoon fund-raising party for the Orange County Black Actors Theatre. While singers entertained with pop tunes and selections from "Eubie," "Ain't Misbehavin' " and "Sophisticated Ladies," an overbooked crowd of 200 dug into an all-star buffet and chitchatted like long-lost friends. This party was one from the heart. The Show This is a restaurant, right? A plates-clanking, blender-churning, waiters-circling kind of environment.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 16, 2000 | CAROL CHAMBERS and MICHAEL KRIKORIAN, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Paula's Kitchen in Lancaster is out of business. Authorities said Friday that they have closed down one of the largest methamphetamine operations in the Antelope Valley, seizing drugs and drug-making chemicals with a street value of $30 million and arresting three people. The yearlong investigation, named "Operation Paula's Kitchen" after one of the alleged leaders of the enterprise, uncovered what authorities said was a one-stop shopping center for an illegal drug.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 24, 2008 | Tim Reiterman, Times Staff Writer
Here in the birthplace of Cesar Chavez's nonviolent farm labor movement, a 14-year-old who aspired to become a policeman is cut down by gunfire on his front porch. In the farm town of Merced, billed as the gateway to Yosemite, an armed gang member shoots an officer after a vehicle stop -- the first police slaying in the city's 118-year history.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 20, 1993 | WILLSON CUMMER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Councilman William H. Horton, who won election in November, died early Tuesday of an aorta failure. Horton, who was 59, was pronounced dead at 5:38 a.m. at the Humana Hospital-West Anaheim, according to a coroner's report. An autopsy showed that Horton's aorta burst because the blood vessel's wall had weakened. The problem, called an aneurysm, is not easily detectable, a coroner's investigator said. Horton's wife, Joanne, said: "I heard him fall out of bed, and I went to him.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 3, 1987
U.S. District Judge Earl B. Gilliam denied a request Thursday by Nancy Hoover Hunter for a pretrial hearing so her attorneys could argue for a change of venue. Gilliam said he will wait until he questions potential jurors about their knowledge of the case before deciding whether Hunter's trial should be moved. She is expected to go to trial early next year on multiple fraud and conspiracy charges stemming from the 1984 bankruptcy of a La Jolla investment firm headed by her former boyfriend, J.
NEWS
January 12, 1989 | ERIC MALNIC and LOUIS SAHAGUN, Times Staff Writers
Hurricane-force winds battered Southern California this morning, shredding a blimp, ripping part of the roof from a building and closing the runways at Ontario Airport, knocking over trucks, toppling trees and fanning a brush fire started by arcing power lines. At least 29,000 customers lost power before dawn as the cool, dry, winds blasted through areas below mountain canyons and passes at speeds as high as 100 m.p.h.
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