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June 7, 2002
Can it be that among Democratic policymakers there are none bold enough to actively present an alternative to President Bush's simplistic world problem-solver, the military invasion? We breed enemies to do even more appalling atrocities. John Parker Atascadero
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 2, 2010 | By Roger Vincent, Los Angeles Times
John B. Parker, a leader in the postwar transformation of Orange County real estate, has died. He was 83. Parker, who opened the first Orange County office of real estate brokerage giant CB Richard Ellis in 1962, died of a stroke Nov. 24 at Mission Hospital in Mission Viejo. Over the course of his 60-year career, Parker was responsible for the development of more than 10 million square feet of office space in Orange, Los Angeles and San Diego counties. Among his notable projects was the 60-acre Summit Office Campus in Aliso Viejo.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 29, 1987 | CLAUDIA PUIG, Times Staff Writer
Ellen Meloeny was searching for her missing calico cat in a vacant lot near her Woodland Hills home Tuesday when she stumbled across something that stopped her cold. Protruding about five inches from the ground was a moss-covered tombstone, with the crudely lettered inscription, "Mom T." Meloeny, a self-described California history buff, was intrigued by the find. So much so that she forgot about her cat, Maggie, who had been missing for three days.
OPINION
June 7, 2002
Can it be that among Democratic policymakers there are none bold enough to actively present an alternative to President Bush's simplistic world problem-solver, the military invasion? We breed enemies to do even more appalling atrocities. John Parker Atascadero
NEWS
November 23, 1989 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Clement F. Haynsworth Jr., whose 1969 nomination to the Supreme Court by President Richard M. Nixon was rejected by the Senate because of questions about his judicial ethics and views on minorities, died of a heart attack Wednesday. He was 77. The semi-retired federal judge died at home. His wife, Dorothy, said her husband had suffered from a heart ailment in the last year but had continued to hear cases part-time.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 2, 2010 | By Roger Vincent, Los Angeles Times
John B. Parker, a leader in the postwar transformation of Orange County real estate, has died. He was 83. Parker, who opened the first Orange County office of real estate brokerage giant CB Richard Ellis in 1962, died of a stroke Nov. 24 at Mission Hospital in Mission Viejo. Over the course of his 60-year career, Parker was responsible for the development of more than 10 million square feet of office space in Orange, Los Angeles and San Diego counties. Among his notable projects was the 60-acre Summit Office Campus in Aliso Viejo.
NEWS
August 13, 1992 | MIKE WARD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
If you were to call the Pomona Fire Department with a medical emergency today, the department would send a rescue truck and firefighters, but the sort of help that is often needed--paramedics--might not be along for a while. Any delay, Fire Chief G. John Parker said, can be the difference between life and death. And the absence of paramedics in the department is a major deficiency, he said, because more than 60% of calls--more than 6,000 a year--involve medical emergencies.
BOOKS
January 21, 1990 | Alejandro Morales, Morales' most recent novel is "The Brick People" (Arte Publico Press)
Born in a small dusty town in the state of Bahia, in northeastern Brazil, Antonio Torres made the voyage--as did millions of his countrymen--from rural agricultural disaster to the pandemonium of the industrial south. The migration of the Brazilian poor has been a principal theme of the Brazilian novel.
NEWS
June 2, 1987 | Associated Press
President Reagan has nominated Rear Adm. John T. Parker Jr. to become director of the Defense Nuclear Agency, the Pentagon said Monday.
NEWS
January 9, 1986
A Pasadena priest was killed when his boat overturned off Encinitas. Father John Parker was struck in the head by the boat's propeller and died a short time later at Scripps Hospital in La Jolla. He was a priest at St. Philip's Catholic Church.
NEWS
August 13, 1992 | MIKE WARD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
If you were to call the Pomona Fire Department with a medical emergency today, the department would send a rescue truck and firefighters, but the sort of help that is often needed--paramedics--might not be along for a while. Any delay, Fire Chief G. John Parker said, can be the difference between life and death. And the absence of paramedics in the department is a major deficiency, he said, because more than 60% of calls--more than 6,000 a year--involve medical emergencies.
BOOKS
January 21, 1990 | Alejandro Morales, Morales' most recent novel is "The Brick People" (Arte Publico Press)
Born in a small dusty town in the state of Bahia, in northeastern Brazil, Antonio Torres made the voyage--as did millions of his countrymen--from rural agricultural disaster to the pandemonium of the industrial south. The migration of the Brazilian poor has been a principal theme of the Brazilian novel.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 29, 1987 | CLAUDIA PUIG, Times Staff Writer
Ellen Meloeny was searching for her missing calico cat in a vacant lot near her Woodland Hills home Tuesday when she stumbled across something that stopped her cold. Protruding about five inches from the ground was a moss-covered tombstone, with the crudely lettered inscription, "Mom T." Meloeny, a self-described California history buff, was intrigued by the find. So much so that she forgot about her cat, Maggie, who had been missing for three days.
NEWS
January 2, 1996 | Associated Press
Amtrak's Desert Wind passenger train struck a car at a suburban crossing, killing three teenagers. The three were traveling in a caravan of three cars that attempted to cross the tracks late Sunday in this suburb 19 miles southwest of Salt Lake City, said Police Chief John Parker.
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