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May 24, 1989 | KEITH LOVE, Times Political Writer
The California Republican Party is ready to hang out a help-wanted sign for the 1990 attorney general's race. With a crucial fund-raising phase about to end, top Republicans are wondering why no one in the party has announced for a job they consider a natural for the law-and-order GOP, a job that over the years has propelled several Californians into the governor's office. "It is puzzling, isn't it? Where's our candidate?" said GOP consultant Ron Smith of Los Angeles. For Democrats, by contrast, it is not a matter of no one knocking on the door of the office--but how hard they are knocking.
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May 24, 1989 | KEITH LOVE, Times Political Writer
The California Republican Party is ready to hang out a help-wanted sign for the 1990 attorney general's race. With a crucial fund-raising phase about to end, top Republicans are wondering why no one in the party has announced for a job they consider a natural for the law-and-order GOP, a job that over the years has propelled several Californians into the governor's office. "It is puzzling, isn't it? Where's our candidate?" said GOP consultant Ron Smith of Los Angeles. For Democrats, by contrast, it is not a matter of no one knocking on the door of the office--but how hard they are knocking.
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June 4, 1985 | DAN MORAIN and MARK STEIN, Times Staff Writers
The FBI arrested a retired Navy communications specialist Monday, charging that he is a fourth member of a spy ring that authorities fear has supplied the Soviet Union with U.S. Navy secrets for 20 years. Jerry Alfred Whitworth, 45, of Davis, Calif., turned himself in and was ordered held without bail by U.S. Magistrate Frederick J. Woelflen.
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August 12, 1992 | CHRIS DUFRESNE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It was a professional team. It wasn't supposed to end with grown men throwing appetizers at each other in a hotel room. It wasn't supposed to end with the quarterback telling the center: "Just snap the ball over my head and let's see what happens." It wasn't supposed to end with a 39-year-old truck driver going knuckles down at left tackle for $100 per game, sending a $40-million quarterback scrambling toward the sanctuary of the sideline.
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