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September 24, 1998 | HOWARD ROSENBERG
Although from the same creative team, "Jesse" is not as amiable as its hit NBC lead-in, "Friends." Premiering tonight, this is one of those well-maybe sitcoms that finds appealing Christina Applegate, for years the sluttish duh daughter on Fox's "Married . . . With Children," playing a bright young single mother who waits tables in the Buffalo, N.Y., restaurant-bar of her crusty father, John Sr. (George Dzundza), while dreaming of becoming a nurse.
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September 24, 1998 | HOWARD ROSENBERG
Although from the same creative team, "Jesse" is not as amiable as its hit NBC lead-in, "Friends." Premiering tonight, this is one of those well-maybe sitcoms that finds appealing Christina Applegate, for years the sluttish duh daughter on Fox's "Married . . . With Children," playing a bright young single mother who waits tables in the Buffalo, N.Y., restaurant-bar of her crusty father, John Sr. (George Dzundza), while dreaming of becoming a nurse.
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November 8, 1991 | PATRICK MOTT, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
It's mid-September in Moscow, and you've just seen a man standing on a square throw a bayonet at a lighthouse on the edge of the moon. Who's crazy? Not John Lehr. He knows a well-turned relay when he sees it: an outfielder on the diamond making a hard peg to the cutoff man at the edge of the infield dirt. That's beizbol, comrade.
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November 8, 1991 | PATRICK MOTT, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
It's mid-September in Moscow, and you've just seen a man standing on a square throw a bayonet at a lighthouse on the edge of the moon. Who's crazy? Not John Lehr. He knows a well-turned relay when he sees it: an outfielder on the diamond making a hard peg to the cutoff man at the edge of the infield dirt. That's beizbol, comrade.
BUSINESS
February 27, 2001
Investment Development Services of Los Angeles and Commerce-based Xebec said they will co-develop a $21-million hotel, office and retail project on a 40-acre site at Central Avenue and Fairfield Ranch Road in Chino Hills.
NEWS
April 21, 1987 | Associated Press
A power failure that plunged the downtown area into darkness brought out window-smashing vandals and prompted New Haven police to bring in reinforcements. A spokesman for United Illuminating Co. said three transformers at a power substation malfunctioned shortly after 8 p.m. Sunday, cutting power to about 7,700 customers in a 15-block square area. Police Sgt. John Lehr said looters appeared soon after the blackout and large groups roamed the affected areas. No arrests were reported.
BUSINESS
June 19, 2001 | Bob Howard
Xebec began work on a $17-million, 240,000-square-foot industrial project at the former Ingersoll-Dresser property on Bickett Street in Vernon and Huntington Park. The development, due to be finished in early 2002, will consist of three buildings that will be offered for sale, said Scott Heaton of Colliers Seeley International, which is marketing the project on behalf of Xebec.
SPORTS
November 3, 1995 | ARA NAJARIAN
Six days after trading top player Hubie McDonough, the Ice Dogs look as if they are going to lose top scorer Dwayne Norris. Norris, a right winger who leads the Ice Dogs with 23 points, is expected to sign with the Mighty Ducks within the next two days. "He has an out in his contract," said John Van Boxmeer, the Ice Dogs' coach and general manager. "It's disappointing. But he, like everyone, wants to play in the NHL.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 26, 1985
Two men were arrested Thursday and booked into the Anaheim City Jail on suspicion of murder in the stabbing death of an Anaheim man last week, police said. An Anaheim police spokesman said that John Michael Lehr, 21, of Anaheim was arrested by detectives near the Arizona border Thursday afternoon. Shortly before that arrest, police apprehended Michael Lee Autry, 24, of Anaheim at a store in the city, the spokesman said.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 10, 1995 | SCOTT COLLINS
ED is the name of a young comedy troupe that hails from Chicago, the town that practically invented comic improvisation with such groups as The Second City and The Compass. The producers have labeled ED's approach "radical" because, unlike many improv groups that ad-lib from rehearsed routines, this cast totally improvises every performance.
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