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July 29, 1990 | GREG BRAXTON
It was just after 7 a.m., and King News was looking anything but royal. The strain of producing several newscasts while most people were still sleeping was evident as King sipped coffee in a small, spare studio at KDAY-AM, the voice of rap in Southern California. Suddenly, with a flick of a switch on the console in front of him, King's face and eyes brightened. He turned to the microphone and declared in a deep, authoritative tone that demands your attention: "I'm KING NEWS . . .
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BUSINESS
July 10, 2005
So, if the sale of Unocal to the Chinese government-controlled CNOOC is not permitted, "Chinese companies will despise the Western game rules" ("Chinese CEO Defends Oil Bid as U.S.-Style," July 4). Oh, please. They already despise the game rules: from stealing intellectual property created by our country to manipulating their currency to maintain a huge imbalance of trade. Only the most naive could believe otherwise. Lee Marshall Arcadia
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BUSINESS
July 10, 2005
So, if the sale of Unocal to the Chinese government-controlled CNOOC is not permitted, "Chinese companies will despise the Western game rules" ("Chinese CEO Defends Oil Bid as U.S.-Style," July 4). Oh, please. They already despise the game rules: from stealing intellectual property created by our country to manipulating their currency to maintain a huge imbalance of trade. Only the most naive could believe otherwise. Lee Marshall Arcadia
ENTERTAINMENT
July 29, 1990 | GREG BRAXTON
It was just after 7 a.m., and King News was looking anything but royal. The strain of producing several newscasts while most people were still sleeping was evident as King sipped coffee in a small, spare studio at KDAY-AM, the voice of rap in Southern California. Suddenly, with a flick of a switch on the console in front of him, King's face and eyes brightened. He turned to the microphone and declared in a deep, authoritative tone that demands your attention: "I'm KING NEWS . . .
BUSINESS
October 15, 1985 | Associated Press
The richest of the rich in America is worth $2.8 billion, while the poorest of the rich checks in at a mere $150 million. But who's counting? Forbes magazine, that's who, and its 1985 list of the nation's 400 richest people is topped by Sam Moore Walton of Bentonville, Ark., who has made $2.8 billion through his Wal-Mart discount stores. Walton, who danced a hula on Wall Street last year when profit goals were met, replaced Gordon Getty, the front-runner for the past two years.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 9, 1986
Whitney Houston is obviously beautiful and talented. She may also be principled and well-intentioned. However, it struck me as somewhat inappropriate when she thanked God for a hit song ("Saving All My Love for You") about adultery. LEE MARSHALL Los Angeles Martin Bernheimer slaps around the Grammys on Page 57.
SPORTS
March 29, 1986
I love the Dodgers, but with Tommy Hawkins gone, I no longer intend to listen to "Sportstalk." Bud Furillo comes across as petty, mean and rude. Lee Marshall really grates on my nerves. The Hawk is a warm, caring person. I will follow him to whatever radio station is less stupid than KABC. ELOISE PINNELL Van Nuys
SPORTS
May 20, 1988
The first four seeded players advanced in the fourth round of the Men's 45 National Hard Court Tennis Championships Thursday at the Lindborg Racquet Club in Huntington Beach. Jim Perely of Coronado, the top-seeded player, defeated Gus Villaneuva of Canada, 6-4, 6-4. Billy Higgins of Arcadia, the second-seeded player, defeated Lynn Lindborg of Laguna Niguel, 6-4, 6-3; No. 3-seeded Lynn Saputo of Walnut Creek defeated Ed Rosa of Calabasas, 6-2, 7-5, and No.
SPORTS
March 18, 1986 | LARRY STEWART
After 15 years, sportscaster Tommy Hawkins and radio station KABC ended their association Monday. George Green, KABC's general manager, said that Hawkins' departure was by mutual agreement. He said there were irreconcilable differences. A station spokeswoman said that Hawkins will not be replaced. Lee Marshall's role on "Sportstalk" will be expanded to fill the void there and Dodger pregame host Eric Tracy will take over Hawkins' morning spot on the "Ken and Bob Co." show.
NEWS
June 21, 1990
Amy Horng of Polytechnic School and Benjamin Lee of Marshall Fundamental Secondary School have been chosen to represent the city of Pasadena and Plaza Pasadena at the American Academy of Achievement. The program will be held June 28-30 in Chicago.
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