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April 11, 1995 | TINA DAUNT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
You've seen all the Simpson experts, haven't you? Wrong. You've only seen the American ones. Here's the European O.J. authority: a Pepperdine University law professor who, while spending a year at the college's London campus, inadvertently became a hit with Brits and the Continent by offering his expertise on the trial. Jim McGoldrick, 51, does five-minute TV spots on Sky News, the CNN of Europe, five or six mornings each week.
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April 11, 1995 | TINA DAUNT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
You've seen all the Simpson experts, haven't you? Wrong. You've only seen the American ones. Here's the European O.J. authority: a Pepperdine University law professor who, while spending a year at the college's London campus, inadvertently became a hit with Brits and the Continent by offering his expertise on the trial. Jim McGoldrick, 51, does five-minute TV spots on Sky News, the CNN of Europe, five or six mornings each week.
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November 22, 1986 | United Press International
Cleburne Price, director of the Texas Relays and longtime track coach at Texas, died Friday from the effects of a stroke suffered last weekend. He was 57. Price served as track coach for 15 years until he resigned last year and assumed the limited duties of assistant to the athletic director and director of the relays, Texas athletic officials said.
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February 6, 1992
The residents of El Segundo recently scored a significant partial victory in a long-running war between those who want to preserve the residential "quality of life" and those who want more real estate development. When it appeared that the major corporate employers and developers, which I call the "business clan" collectively, had succeeded in imposing a new high-growth general plan on the city, the residents struck back. Willard Krick delivered an alternative low-growth general plan outline to a Planning Commission meeting organized for general plan public input on Jan. 15. The significance of the low-growth general plan is that it seeks to overturn a high-growth general plan proposal known as the Lightfoot draft.
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April 19, 1992 | MICHELE FUETSCH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
El Segundo's proposed General Plan appears headed for a major overhaul, if not certain death, at the hands of newly elected council members who won their seats by campaigning for slow growth. The City Council is scheduled to vote on the General Plan at Tuesday's meeting, after which the three winners in last week's election will be sworn in.
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June 23, 1990 | BLAKE FONTENAY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A San Diego man killed by police Wednesday while smashing car windows with a baseball bat had worked on the county's legal staff until May of last year, according to county records. Walter Andrew Welch, 41, was gunned down by a San Diego police officer Wednesday morning in Mission Beach after he reportedly confronted the officer and his partner with a wooden baseball bat and a pair of scissors during a rampage through the beachfront neighborhood.
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