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SPORTS
July 28, 1989
The South Bay Stars from Carson Park play their third game of the Summer Classic baseball tournament Saturday at 10 a.m. at Salazar Park in East Los Angeles against an opponent to be named later. The single-elimination tournament is sponsored by the Los Angeles Parks and Recreation Department. The Stars compete in the Tiny Division for boys born in 1979 or 1980. The team is coached by Joe Triana. His assistants are Johnny Walter, Jim Veit and Manny Carrasco.
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NEWS
February 19, 1997 | From Associated Press
The leader of the Aryan Nations in Pennsylvania pleaded guilty Tuesday to plotting seven Midwest bank robberies and using the cash to further the white supremacist group's cause. Mark Thomas had pleaded not guilty Feb. 4, after he was indicted with four other men, all members or associates of the Aryan Republican Army. But his lawyer, David Maynard, said Tuesday that Thomas decided to change his plea.
REAL ESTATE
July 19, 1987
Warren H. Neville, owner of Neville Associates, Riverside, has been installed as the new president of Inland Southern California Chapter 79 of the Society of Real Estate Appraisers. John C. Couturier, owner of Inland Area Appraisal Service, Riverside, is the first vice president, and Kenny G. Adams owner of Kenny G. Adams & Associates, Chino, is second vice president. Kevin McCarthy, chief appraiser at Pomona First Federal Savings & Loan is the secretary, and Robert L.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 22, 2003 | Richard Fausset, Times Staff Writer
Friends and relatives of the husband-and-wife filmmaking team killed in last week's crash at the Santa Monica Farmers' Market gathered Monday to remember the couple with laughter and tears, screening a few of the quirky, funny movies they left behind.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 6, 2011 | By Joel Rubin, Los Angeles Times
A jury has awarded three veteran Los Angeles police detectives $2.5 million in a gender discrimination and retaliation lawsuit against their supervisors. The verdict, delivered Friday after only a few hours of deliberation, is the latest in a long string of costly lawsuits brought by LAPD officers against fellow cops and supervisors for retaliation, harassment and other workplace abuses. Police Chief Charlie Beck has identified the internal strife — and the Los Angeles Police Department's inability to address it quickly — as one of the most pressing issues facing the agency.
NATIONAL
May 21, 2011 | By Lisa Mascaro, Washington Bureau
Congress is expected to vote next week to extend expiring provisions of the Patriot Act, which would allow the controversial anti-terrorism law to continue four more years despite opposition from an unusual coalition of Democrats and Republicans. An earlier attempt to continue parts of the surveillance law suffered a surprise setback this year as "tea party" freshmen and veteran conservatives joined with Democrats to defeat the bill before passing a temporary extension. The law, enacted after the Sept.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 11, 1990 | Don Shirley
A San Diego branch of A. R. Gurney's "Love Letters" will open Oct. 22 in the Old Globe Theatre. It will follow the pattern established elsewhere: rotating casts that change weekly, using well-recognized stars. First up are Elizabeth Montgomery and Robert Foxworth, Oct. 22-28, to be followed by Beth Howland and Charles Kimbrough (Oct. 30-Nov. 4) and Sada Thompson and Kevin McCarthy (Nov. 6-11). The run may extend into January. Old Globe subscribers may buy discounted tickets to "Love Letters."
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