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NEWS
October 11, 1992
I applaud the efforts of health care workers to make children's hospital stays more positive ("It's Super Mario to the Rescue," Sept. 22). However, I was absolutely stunned by the irony of the statement made by Oswaldo Espinoza, coordinator of the Starlight Express program at County-USC, that his hospital "eliminated the Duck Hunt game, the one with the gun (as) we didn't want to promote a lack of respect for living species." Just what are the Nicaraguan soldiers that pediatric patient Kevin Murray blew away "with the touch of a button"--non-living species?
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NEWS
March 12, 1995
A local social service coordinator and lifelong area resident has been chosen as the new Watts field deputy for Los Angeles City Councilman Rudy Svorinich Jr. Symone Starr-Parker, former director for social services and youth development at the Watts-based Westminster Neighborhood Assn., will begin work Monday as Svorinich's chief community liaison in the northernmost portion of his district. She will help coordinate city services and work with residents to address local concerns.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 29, 1997
In light of the tragedy last week in Upland when two toddlers were killed by a Metrolink commuter train, a community forum will be held today in South-Central Los Angeles urging that the freight train tracks that run along Slauson Avenue be fenced off to prevent similar incidents, organizers said. "We need to do something about this before something serious happens," said Brenda Marsh of the Brotherhood Crusade. "We have had young people hurt here, too. This is ridiculous.
NEWS
May 22, 1994
Five Southwest-area community groups are sponsoring a public forum Thursday for candidates running for state and local offices. The forum will begin at 6:30 p.m. at Frank Parent Elementary School Auditorium, 5354 W. 64th St. The Baldwin Hills Estates Homeowners Assn., United Homeowners Assn., Ladera Heights Civic Assn., View Park Community Council and Crenshaw Neighbors Inc. are sponsoring the forum.
NEWS
May 15, 1994
Trinity Baptist Church is hosting a public forum for candidates running for state offices today that will feature panel discussions with candidates for the 47th state Assembly District. The forum will be held at 1 p.m. in the church's J.L. Caston Fellowship Center, 2040 W. Jefferson Blvd. Gubernatorial candidates Tom Hayden and John Garamendi are scheduled to attend, as well as secretary of state candidate Gwen Moore, Supt.
OPINION
August 12, 2002
Re "Billboard Fight May Change State Landscape," Aug. 6 and "Senate Tables Billboard Plan," Aug. 7: Under the smokescreen that the plan would give cities more control over billboards, it would actually allow hundreds of these visual polluters on our freeways and highways statewide, where they are not allowed at present. Assembly Bill 2087, carried by Assemblywoman Jenny Oropeza (D-Long Beach), which actually passed the Assembly, is the work of the same billboard lobbyist who tried to put billboards on L.A.'s freeways last year but, fortunately, failed.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 2, 1994 | CARROLL LACHNIT, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
"The Lion King's" animation dazzles. It has the golden G rating. But most important for parents seeking wholesome entertainment, "The Lion King" carries the ultimate blessing: the Disney name. So why would parents hesitate?
SPORTS
September 10, 1988
The National Collegiate Athletic Assn. placed Texas A&M on probation for two years and declared it ineligible for bowl competition this season, and the Southwest Conference said that the Aggies could not compete for the league football championship because of major recruiting violations. According to the NCAA Friday, Texas A&M committed 16 violations and failed to "exercise appropriate institutional control" over its athletic department.
SPORTS
April 5, 1988
National Collegiate Athletic Assn. investigators have accused the Texas A&M football program of 31 rules infractions and 7 procedural violations, including a coach who lied to the investigators, the school said in a letter released Monday. The letter listed no names of players or coaches who were found at fault. No punishment will be determined until hearings are held and A&M officials present their side of the story.
SPORTS
January 2, 1986 | RICHARD HOFFER, Times Staff Writer
Texas A&M was not exactly Bo-ed over by Auburn and its Heisman Trophy winner Wednesday, scoring a 36-16 victory over the Tigers and just generally roughing up the man who had been generous enough to lend his name to this year's Cotton Bo. What had been Bo this and Bo that the week before the Cotton Bowl (its name in the previous 49 games) became Bo flat.
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