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November 14, 1998 | From Associated Press
O.J. Simpson said Friday that he wouldn't object to sharing custody of his children with their maternal grandparents "as long as I have physical custody." Such an arrangement would not change the family situation that now exists, Simpson told Associated Press in a telephone interview. Simpson said his daughter, Sydney, 13, and his son, Justin, 10, already spend time with their grandparents, Juditha and Lou Brown, who live in Dana Point.
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January 25, 2004 | James Traub, James Traub has lived and worked in India as a teacher and is the author of "India: The Challenge of Change."
When I first visited India, in 1976, political conversation was full of the linguistic conventions of Jawaharlal Nehru, who had died 12 years earlier. One bowed in ritual regard before "the steel frame of the bureaucracy"; one warned against the "fissiparous tendencies" posed by religious or regional chauvinism; one professed faith in "the socialistic pattern of society," even without quite knowing what it meant.
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August 22, 1998 | DAVID REYES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A lawyer for O.J. Simpson's former in-laws told an appeals court Friday that the Orange County judge who granted Simpson custody of his two younger children should have considered civil evidence against the football Hall of Famer. Simpson was acquitted of the 1994 slayings of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald L. Goldman, but a civil jury later found him responsible for the deaths of his ex-wife and her friend.
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November 14, 1998 | From Associated Press
O.J. Simpson said Friday that he wouldn't object to sharing custody of his children with their maternal grandparents "as long as I have physical custody." Such an arrangement would not change the family situation that now exists, Simpson told Associated Press in a telephone interview. Simpson said his daughter, Sydney, 13, and his son, Justin, 10, already spend time with their grandparents, Juditha and Lou Brown, who live in Dana Point.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 14, 1998 | From Associated Press
O.J. Simpson said Friday he wouldn't object to sharing custody of his children with their maternal grandparents "as long as I have physical custody." Such an arrangement would not change the family situation that now exists, Simpson told the Associated Press in a telephone interview. Simpson said his daughter, Sydney, 13, and his son, Justin, 10, already spend time with their grandparents, Juditha and Lou Brown, who live in Dana Point.
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January 25, 2004 | James Traub, James Traub has lived and worked in India as a teacher and is the author of "India: The Challenge of Change."
When I first visited India, in 1976, political conversation was full of the linguistic conventions of Jawaharlal Nehru, who had died 12 years earlier. One bowed in ritual regard before "the steel frame of the bureaucracy"; one warned against the "fissiparous tendencies" posed by religious or regional chauvinism; one professed faith in "the socialistic pattern of society," even without quite knowing what it meant.
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December 11, 1989 | From Times Wire Services
Thirteen U.S. track and field athletes, including 110-meter hurdles world-record-holder Roger Kingdom, tested negative for drugs in the fifth week of a new random testing program by The Athletics Congress. Another athlete, who was not identified, did not report for testing and is being investigated by a committee of TAC, the national governing body for track and field. The latest group was tested during the week of Oct. 30. Besides Kingdom, of Monroeville, Pa.
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October 5, 1996 | JOHN CANALIS
Blessed are the hamsters. So are the dogs and cats, the chameleons and chickens, all of whom were represented at St. Joachim Catholic School on Friday for a special "blessing of the animals" in honor of St. Francis of Assisi, founder of the Franciscan Order and known as a friend to all creatures. Fifth-grader Jeffrey Standel, 10, came with his hamster, George, and Lhasa apso, Murphy. "This hamster hasn't been blessed yet, but my dog was last year," Jeffrey said.
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November 14, 1998 | From Associated Press
O.J. Simpson said Friday he wouldn't object to sharing custody of his children with their maternal grandparents "as long as I have physical custody." Such an arrangement would not change the family situation that now exists, Simpson told the Associated Press in a telephone interview. Simpson said his daughter, Sydney, 13, and his son, Justin, 10, already spend time with their grandparents, Juditha and Lou Brown, who live in Dana Point.
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August 22, 1998 | DAVID REYES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A lawyer for O.J. Simpson's former in-laws told an appeals court Friday that the Orange County judge who granted Simpson custody of his two younger children should have considered civil evidence against the football Hall of Famer. Simpson was acquitted of the 1994 slayings of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald L. Goldman, but a civil jury later found him responsible for the deaths of his ex-wife and her friend.
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February 19, 1989 | PEG BYRON, United Press International
Millions of older adults suffer adverse drug reactions each year as a result of misprescribed drugs, and many people mistakenly believe drug-related woes are just part of old age, a consumer health advocate says. The advocate, Dr. Sidney Wolfe, has written a new consumer guide aimed at changing doctor-patient relations and deflecting the marketing of drugs to doctors for the elderly, who make up a big share of the drug-consuming market.
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March 24, 1988 | MARY LOU LOPER, Times Staff Writer
There's a new benefit on the horizon--the Imagination Ball June 11. Alyce Williamson, president of the Art Center One Hundred, is chairing. The party, catered by Rococo and with mimes, acrobats and Wayne Foster's Orchestra for dancing, promises to be a happening. The outdoor sculpture garden will be tented. It's the center's first fund-raiser ever. The ball calls for "creative black-tie or costume." Already, imagination brims. Kathleen Allen has begun work on her elaborate butterfly regalia.
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