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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 29, 1990
This letter is from an irate reader regarding the article on John Bradshaw's four-day seminars in Orange County. I attended all four sessions with the result being increased understanding that enables me to be a more relaxed, efficient and happy person. I find the biased and erroneous reporting in The Times offensive and demeaning. At the very beginning, the uninformed reader would assume many people were there with stuffed animals. There were only two during the entire four days.
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February 12, 1995
I was so happy to see the article about L.A. Shanti in your Westside Section ("AIDS Patients Learn Hope Is a Key to Handling Virus," Jan. 19). I have enjoyed a close association with that organization for the past five years. I have assisted in each of Shanti's programs from both the Women's Plus and Co-Ed Plus to fund-raising events. I facilitated a support group for "significant others" for two years and before that I had two one-on-one clients. Though my own HIV status is negative, I have gained so much from my involvement with this organization that I truly feel I owe them my life.
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NEWS
February 12, 1995
I was so happy to see the article about L.A. Shanti in your Westside Section ("AIDS Patients Learn Hope Is a Key to Handling Virus," Jan. 19). I have enjoyed a close association with that organization for the past five years. I have assisted in each of Shanti's programs from both the Women's Plus and Co-Ed Plus to fund-raising events. I facilitated a support group for "significant others" for two years and before that I had two one-on-one clients. Though my own HIV status is negative, I have gained so much from my involvement with this organization that I truly feel I owe them my life.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 16, 1992 | TERRY PRISTIN
Greta Garbo was a follower of Krishnamurti, the late Indian philosopher who spent part of his time in Ojai, and it may have been his influence that caused her to abandon her movie career. Eastern mysticism also held a fascination for Aldous Huxley and Christopher Isherwood. After meeting a psychic who predicted the attack on Pearl Harbor, Mae West developed a deep interest in metaphysics and would invite friends to her house for demonstrations of ESP. Jayne Mansfield and Sammy Davis Jr.
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February 16, 1992 | TERRY PRISTIN
Greta Garbo was a follower of Krishnamurti, the late Indian philosopher who spent part of his time in Ojai, and it may have been his influence that caused her to abandon her movie career. Eastern mysticism also held a fascination for Aldous Huxley and Christopher Isherwood. After meeting a psychic who predicted the attack on Pearl Harbor, Mae West developed a deep interest in metaphysics and would invite friends to her house for demonstrations of ESP. Jayne Mansfield and Sammy Davis Jr.
NEWS
August 3, 1991
For a guy from Brooklyn who saw only one Dodgers game back then (and thought it was boring), well, I'm just not into sports. But Jim Murray, now that's different. He writes about something I couldn't care less about and brings me to tears. It's not sportswriting, it's art. He's Damon Runyon, he's Howard Fast, he's John Bradshaw. He tells you about someone and you're reading about yourself and your deepest feelings. He talks about the Palace, Broadway, Hollywood, and yeah, the little guys, too.
NEWS
June 10, 2004 | From Associated Press
CNBC has dumped wrestler John "Bradshaw" Layfield as a financial analyst after he was observed making Nazi gestures during a World Wrestling Entertainment match in Munich, Germany. Layfield, who has written a book on personal finance, had been a CNBC contributor for only three weeks. While in the ring over the weekend, Layfield reportedly imitated a Nazi march and raised his arm in a Nazi salute.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 8, 1991 | STEVE WEINSTEIN
For those who can't get enough of high-flying stealth bombers, high-tech tanks or the high-profile girth of Gen. H. Norman Schwarzkopf, C-SPAN will televise live the nation's official Persian Gulf War homecoming parade in Washington today at 11 a.m. About 8,800 of the troops that participated in the war will march down a 2.5-mile parade route alongside tanks, artillery pieces, fighter jets and missiles.
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February 2, 2007 | From the Associated Press
A Roman Catholic priest accused of beating, groping and choking a woman at his Las Vegas church was arrested Thursday in Arizona, authorities said. Father George Chaanine, 52, was taken into custody in Apache Junction, east of Phoenix, said Deb McCarley, a spokeswoman for the Phoenix office of the FBI. Chaanine has been a fugitive since the alleged assault Jan. 26 at the Our Lady of Las Vegas parish office.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 29, 1990
I enjoyed your article ("Menninger Dies: Changed U.S. View of Mental Illness," July 20) reviewing the contributions made to our society by Karl Menninger. I am so sorry you didn't send this reporter to listen to John Bradshaw last week. Who knows? Bradshaw may be today's Karl Menninger. Bradshaw also is "delving into his patients' early life experiences . . . " and involving "the patient's family . . . " believing that problems are preventable and treatable. DELLA J. CARROLL Fullerton
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