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July 10, 2005 | Kurt Streeter, Times Staff Writer
About This Story Quotations in this story are designated in two ways: Those heard by the writer are enclosed in quotation marks. Those recalled by others in interviews are designated by italics. In this archived version, all italics are designated by single quotation marks. Only a page view can actually reproduce the italics as they were originally published. * 'Do girls box?' she asked, turning to her father one evening. 'Is it OK for girls to box?' 'Well, yeah, mija, they do,' he answered.
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July 10, 2005 | Kurt Streeter, Times Staff Writer
About This Story Quotations in this story are designated in two ways: Those heard by the writer are enclosed in quotation marks. Those recalled by others in interviews are designated by italics. In this archived version, all italics are designated by single quotation marks. Only a page view can actually reproduce the italics as they were originally published. * 'Do girls box?' she asked, turning to her father one evening. 'Is it OK for girls to box?' 'Well, yeah, mija, they do,' he answered.
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July 1, 1998 | JULIE CART, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Arizona Department of Economic Security on Tuesday announced it would temporarily extend the operating license of the Arizona Boys Ranch pending the completion of at least two inquiries into the March 2 death there of a 16-year-old Sacramento boy, as well as investigations of new child abuse allegations.
BUSINESS
July 19, 2000
These companies and/or individuals recently filed for liquidation (Chapter 7) or reorganization (Chapter 11 or 13) in federal Bankruptcy Court in Santa Ana. Petitioner: Judith Rose Somers Location: Newport Beach Listed business affiliation: f.d.b.a.
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August 30, 1997 | ANN W. O'NEILL and JOSE CARDENAS and ANDREW BLANKSTEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Prosecutors filed murder charges Friday against boys, ages 16 and 17, who allegedly admitted beating 12-year-old Rodney Haynes to death just days after he'd moved into a group home for troubled teens in Calabasas. The starkly cruel killing, which authorities said involved blows with a stick and large rock, raised questions about whether the Los Angeles County Probation Department's placement of Haynes with the older offenders was appropriate.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 30, 1997 | BETH SHUSTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Rodney Haynes was devoted to "Mama," his foster mother who had raised the boy since he came into her life, a small, wiggly 8-month-old whose father was dead and whose birth mother couldn't care for him. They were together until January, when Doris Cross--the only mother Rodney ever knew--died at 75. He was 11. It was then, say Linda Smith and Diedra Lampley, his guardians, that Rodney changed. He got into trouble. He skipped school.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 12, 2002 | BOB POOL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The critical care unit had an outbreak of frowns. So the Whittier hospital sent in the clowns. "Oh, so you need your B-12 shot?" bellowed the red-nosed Dr. Strawbelly as he bounded into patient Jim Walker's room waving a foot-long "syringe" that looked more like a contractor's caulking gun than a medical instrument. "No!" replied Walker, mustering a grin. The 64-year-old Bell Gardens truck driver was laughing as Nurse Beacuz and Nurse SoSo squeezed in next to Strawbelly.
BOOKS
December 6, 1992 | CHARLES CHAMPLIN
The 12 years Joe Gores spent as a private eye in San Francisco enrich his fictions novels wonderfully. In 32 Cadillacs (Mysterious Press: $18.95; 337 pp.) Gores has written one of any year's funniest crime novels. A group of Gypsies gathers in the Bay Area to work a massive and ingenious one-day scam, buying 32 Cadillacs, all with bad checks.
SPORTS
December 5, 1995 | LONNIE WHITE
Over the last 65 years, Long Beach City College has produced many outstanding football teams and players, but last Saturday night, the Vikings might have had their proudest moment. Before an estimated crowd of 9,000 at Cerritos College, Long Beach defeated Valley College, 59-49, in the Strawberry Bowl and won this season's junior college national championship with an 11-0 record.
NEWS
October 31, 1996 | JAMES RAINEY and JOSE CARDENAS, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Los Angeles County officials have removed 68 troubled teenagers from a group home, saying the emotionally disturbed clientele was poorly supervised and that counseling, recreation and other services were lacking. County probation and child-welfare authorities removed the teens from Pride House group home on Saticoy Street, completing the transfers last Friday after repeated reports that the 85-member staff could not control the youths.
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July 11, 2005 | Kurt Streeter, Times Staff Writer
About This Story Quotations in this story are designated in two ways: Those heard by the writer are enclosed in quotation marks. Those recalled by others in interviews are designated by italics. In this archived version, all italics are designated by single quotation marks. Only a page view can actually reproduce the italics as they were originally published. * She looked formidable, even against a boy named Frankie. Seniesa was 10, long-limbed and lithe.
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