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September 1, 1996 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
A protest featuring several militia groups drew a light turnout for the first of two days of music and speeches decrying what organizers see as an increasingly powerful and intrusive federal government. "I just got a call, and people are stuck in traffic," organizer Joseph Corey told about 100 people scattered on the Mall near the Capitol about an hour after the two-day demonstration began. In an interview, Corey had predicted 15,000 people would show up.
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September 1, 1996 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
A protest featuring several militia groups drew a light turnout for the first of two days of music and speeches decrying what organizers see as an increasingly powerful and intrusive federal government. "I just got a call, and people are stuck in traffic," organizer Joseph Corey told about 100 people scattered on the Mall near the Capitol about an hour after the two-day demonstration began. In an interview, Corey had predicted 15,000 people would show up.
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March 1, 1987 | John Rothchild, Rothchild's lighthearted look at investing, "A Fool and His Money," will be published in 1987 by Viking Press
These ESOPS have nothing to do with the fox and the grapes. They're Employee Stock Ownership Plans. Dull topic, I would have agreed, but the Kelsos' book delivers a lot more than it promises. Under their ESOP banner, the authors take on Keynesians, Calvinists, Marxists, Republicans, Democrats, the union movement, standard loan applications, bankers, Friedmanites and conventional bookkeeping.
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March 1, 1987 | John Rothchild, Rothchild's lighthearted look at investing, "A Fool and His Money," will be published in 1987 by Viking Press
These ESOPS have nothing to do with the fox and the grapes. They're Employee Stock Ownership Plans. Dull topic, I would have agreed, but the Kelsos' book delivers a lot more than it promises. Under their ESOP banner, the authors take on Keynesians, Calvinists, Marxists, Republicans, Democrats, the union movement, standard loan applications, bankers, Friedmanites and conventional bookkeeping.
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February 15, 2002 | From Times Wire Reports
A man accused of planting the equivalent of a quarter stick of dynamite in a bathroom at the Hall of Justice was arrested, and police say he is a suspect in a similar incident in the same building last week. David Joseph Corey, 22, of San Francisco was caught Wednesday after allegedly placing the explosive in a paper dispenser in a first-floor bathroom, Deputy Police Chief Mindy Pengel said. The device did not explode. Corey also is a suspect in an explosion at the Hall of Justice on Feb. 6.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 5, 1989 | SHAWN MAREE SMITH, Times Staff Writer
Charges have been filed against a nurse who practiced without a license for as long as four years at Tri-City Medical Center in Oceanside and allegedly stole narcotics from the hospital, the district attorney's office said this week. Alan Joseph Corey was charged Tuesday with two felony counts of illegal use of narcotics, two counts of maintaining a false record related to the narcotics, one misdemeanor count of improper use of the term registered nurse and one misdemeanor count of practicing without being a registered nurse, said Linda Miller, a spokeswoman for the district attorney.
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