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July 6, 1988
Former St. Louis Cardinals quarterback Jim Hart has been named athletic director at Southern Illinois, University President John Guyon announced.
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April 13, 2006 | Christopher Reynolds, Times Staff Writer
TWENTY-SEVEN years ago, when he sank his first set of serious blades into a cedar log, Jim Hart knew he was doing something traditional, something his family and other native Haida had been doing for generations on their islands off the coast of British Columbia. What Hart didn't know is that his carving, from intricate jewelry to 50-foot totems, would win him an international following and set off a series of reunions with his great-great-grandfather.
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April 13, 2006 | Christopher Reynolds, Times Staff Writer
TWENTY-SEVEN years ago, when he sank his first set of serious blades into a cedar log, Jim Hart knew he was doing something traditional, something his family and other native Haida had been doing for generations on their islands off the coast of British Columbia. What Hart didn't know is that his carving, from intricate jewelry to 50-foot totems, would win him an international following and set off a series of reunions with his great-great-grandfather.
SPORTS
July 6, 1988
Former St. Louis Cardinals quarterback Jim Hart has been named athletic director at Southern Illinois, University President John Guyon announced.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 21, 1990
. . . Credit check: Last week we erred on the script for Steven Spielberg's "Hook." Turns out Jim Hart's doing the writing--based on his idea, and a story he wrote with Nick Castle.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 11, 2002 | From Times Staff Reports
The city has offered to pay Northrop Grumman $500,000 if the company brings new jobs related to the Joint Strike Fighter program to town. The City Council unanimously approved the offer this week in an attempt to lure 250 of the full-time jobs that Northrop will create over the next few years as part of the project. Northrop spokesman Jim Hart said the firm hasn't decided where to locate the jobs.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 25, 2000 | Tami Min, (949) 574-4204
Ballots for upcoming elections for two Leisure World community boards will be mailed out Sept. 6 for Third Laguna Hills Mutual condos and Sept. 11 for the United Laguna Hills Mutual co-op. Third candidates are Marvin Eisen, Clara Eley, Jim Hart, Noel Hatch, Val Lavrouhin, Tom McCauley, Marty Rhodes, Jerry Ryman and George Ratner. Third ballots are due Sept. 26 and will be counted Oct. 2.
SPORTS
September 5, 2001
When Darrell Green and Bruce Matthews were drafted in the spring of 1983, Ronald Reagan was midway through his first term as the President of the United States.This Sunday, Green and Matthews will join a select group of players to play in 19 seasons with one team. *--* Player Position Team Seasons Years Jackie Slater Tackle Rams 20 1976-1995 Jim Marshall Def. end Minnesota 19 1961-1979 Darrell Green Cornerback Washington 19 1983-present Bruce Matthews Guard Houston/Tenn.
SPORTS
September 16, 1993 | DAVE DISTEL
One of the more remarkable records within Mike Piazza's reach is the Los Angeles Dodger season home run record. The record, 33, was set by Steve Garvey in 1977 and tied by Pedro Guerrero in 1985. Piazza is in the company of five other National League players who have hit 30 home runs in their rookie seasons: Frank Robinson, 38 in 1956; Wally Berger, 38 in 1930; Earl Williams, 33 in 1971; Jim Hart, 31 in 1964 , and Willie Montanez, 30 in 1971.
NEWS
February 12, 1995 | Associated Press
Talk about a bonus. The owner of a machine and tool shop made good on a 20-year promise by giving $1 million of his $6.9 million Super Lotto jackpot to an employee. "We both said if one wins more than $8 million, we'd share," Bill Martin said last week. "I've won, so I did it." He said he lowered the $8 million threshold because of inflation. Martin won the jackpot in Wednesday night's drawing.
NEWS
September 1, 1994
Northrop Grumman Corp. has a new tactic to get top dollar for its 34-acre site here: The company has hired an auctioneer to sell the property. The Century City-based aerospace company "wanted to get more offers," said Jim Hart, Northrop Grumman spokesman. The auction firm of Kennedy-Wilson will take offers through sealed bids. The Crest Road property has been vacant since 1991, when Northrop closed a research and technology center there.
BUSINESS
July 15, 1998 | Elizabeth Douglass
Northrop Grumman Corp. said it is combining its Torrance-based Logicon Inc. subsidiary with its Data Systems and Services Division in Herndon, Va., in a consolidation effective immediately. The new unit will be called Logicon Inc. and will be based in Herndon, leaving the fate of the Torrance office and its estimated 60 employees unclear.
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