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February 22, 1990 | PAUL DEAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Joe Salerno's first enemy was his imagination. The second was Nicky Scarfo. "He told me one time he'd like to take a guy and cut his guts out and fry them in a pan," Salerno says. The words are quite flat. But then Salerno has imagined his disembowelment almost daily and even full horror wears thin after 10 years. "I felt the knife in my dreams many times. That's stuff you don't forget. "Yeah, I think if Nicky ever had a chance to get a hold of me himself, he would make me die a slow death.
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February 22, 1990 | PAUL DEAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Joe Salerno's first enemy was his imagination. The second was Nicky Scarfo. "He told me one time he'd like to take a guy and cut his guts out and fry them in a pan," Salerno says. The words are quite flat. But then Salerno has imagined his disembowelment almost daily and even full horror wears thin after 10 years. "I felt the knife in my dreams many times. That's stuff you don't forget. "Yeah, I think if Nicky ever had a chance to get a hold of me himself, he would make me die a slow death.
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January 29, 1993 | TED JOHNSON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Wynn's International Inc. said Thursday that it posted a $7.3-million profit for 1992 after the company cut costs and trimmed the size of its automotive air-conditioning manufacturing subsidiary. The parent company, which also makes petrochemical and rubber sealing products for the automotive industry, said the profit was equal to $2.02 a share. For the previous year, during which the company took a onetime restructuring charge, it posted a loss of $11.2 million, or $3.02 a share.
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