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November 17, 1994 | JEFF SCHNAUFER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Call it Star Trek: The Generation Gap. From Germany to Granada Hills, "Star Trek" fans are jamming the phone lines to reach Joyce Mason, president of an international William Shatner fan club, protesting what the rumor mill says is the death of their hero, starship Capt. James T. Kirk, in the new "Trek" movie.
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November 17, 1994 | JEFF SCHNAUFER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Call it Star Trek: The Generation Gap. From Germany to Granada Hills, "Star Trek" fans are jamming the phone lines to reach Joyce Mason, president of an international William Shatner fan club, protesting what the rumor mill says is the death of their hero, starship Capt. James T. Kirk, in the new "Trek" movie.
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November 23, 1988
Ten Fullerton eighth-graders have received recognition from the Fullerton branch of the American Assn. of University Women for essays they wrote on American "Heroines of Struggle." The awards were presented to the Ladera Vista and Parks junior high school students by County Supervisor Gaddi H. Vasquez at a ceremony at the Fullerton Public Library. First- through fifth-place winners from Ladera Vista were Mikerra Lynn Holtzman, Ryan Knouf, Tracie Davis, Cathy Collier and Cindy Fletcher.
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February 27, 1988
Six members of the Donald Mason family plus a family friend entered guilty pleas Friday to various drug charges and agreed to forfeit property, cash and automobiles worth $1 million. Donald Mason, 47, of San Marcos, pleaded guilty to being an accessory after the fact to a conspiracy to possess methamphetamine with the intent to distribute. Mason faces a maximum 7 1/2-year federal prison term and a fine of $62,500. During a two-hour hearing, Mason told U.S.
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June 5, 1987 | GENE YASUDA, Times Staff Writer
An alleged multimillion-dollar, family-run methamphetamine drug ring based in North County was broken Thursday with the arrest of 11 people by the FBI, culminating what authorities said was a six-year investigation. Among those apprehended was Don Mason, 49, of San Marcos, who the FBI described as the "senior leader" of the family. Taken into custody were several members of his family--including his wife and three sons--and others related by marriage, FBI spokesman Jim Bolenbach said.
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December 19, 2010 | By Mike Anton, Los Angeles Times
It was a party sponsored by an organization you pray you should never need, a party where the sign-in sheet was full of names of the dead. Frank, shot dead by a drug dealer over a debt that wasn't his. Jamiel, shot dead while talking on his mobile phone by a suspect who chose him at random. Danny, shot dead walking home from work. "He was shot 12 feet from his front door three years ago," said Donna Arviso, who is Danny Arviso's aunt. He was 19 and wearing his uniform from his shipping-and-receiving job at the Port of Los Angeles.
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May 1, 1992 | MICHAEL ARKUSH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
"Star Trek" has traveled to a new civilization. It's called radio. Each Wednesday at midnight, the crew of the USS Enterprise is hijacked by a North Hollywood improv group that dubs its own dialogue on Glendale's KIEV (870 AM) as the one-hour series airs on KCOP Channel 13. Kirk, Spock, Bones and Scotty go where they've never gone before. One week, Kirk and Spock became land developers throwing hippies off a planet. On another, members of a rock band tried to persuade Spock to rejoin them.
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June 6, 1987 | TOM GORMAN, Times Staff Writer
The FBI and county narcotics officers continued their investigation Friday into the inner workings and money trail of an alleged Escondido-based, family-run drug ring that may have been the county's largest manufacturer and supplier of methamphetamine. Officers searched dozens of automobiles and 12 safe deposit boxes that were yielding cash and information on still more bank accounts and investments apparently used to hide the drug money, FBI spokesman Jim Bolenbach said.
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May 1, 1992 | R. DANIEL FOSTER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES; Foster writes regularly for The Times.
Hailing frequencies are open every Friday night for a new generation of "Star Trek" fans eager to discuss the popular TV series and films. "Talk Trek" on KIEV radio (870 AM) features a five-member panel of fans who interview actors and production staff from the original TV series, which aired from 1966 to 1969, and the new series, "Star Trek: The Next Generation," which airs Wednesday nights on KCOP-TV Channel 13.
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January 31, 1993 | RICK HOLGUIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It is 6:45 a.m. when Dave Simon clocks in at the Commerce Casino and readies the tools of his trade--$100 bills. Simon begins his shift slowly, calling and raising $5 and $10 bets at a poker table where the all-nighters wear fatigue on their faces and dollar signs in their eyes. The stakes go up as Simon moves to a different area of the card room, where the pots hold $500, $1,000 and sometimes more. Simon has lost about $400, but his workday is not over yet.
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